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Huntington, Indiana 46750


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Fish Fry:

The Fish Fry will be held on Saturday, November 2 in the school gym.  Tickets are $9.00 for adults and $4.00 for children 4-12.  Those 3 and under eat for free.  Tickets can be picked up in the church office or by
phoning Steve Forth or Lowell Richardson.  They will also be sold at the door the night of the supper.  Carry outs will be available at the John Street Entrance.

All those who have packets of tickets to sell, are asked to turn the money and unsold tickets in the night of the supper.  Please write your name on the packet.

All proceeds will go to refurbish the church windows.  This will be an expensive undertaking so your help and presence to make this supper a success will be greatly appreciated.

Fall Bazaar:

The Fall Bazaar will be held on Saturday, November 2nd from 9am to 7pm.  Please bring your donations to the reception room of the education building between the hours of 9-12 am on Friday, November 1st.
Items of Home-made baked goods such as Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Breads, Fudge, Jam & Jellies, any canned goods are welcome.
Rada cutlery will be available for Christmas Gifts as well.

Questions, contact Karen Smith or Sue Holtz.

Christmas Marketplace

Concordia Theological Seminary Ft. Wayne, IN

Once again we are participating in the Christmas Marketplace for the students at the seminary, by collecting gift cards for the students this Christmas season.  They will be shared along with other gifts and quilts
on December 17.  We are collecting gift cards in increments of $l0.00, $20.00 or $25.00, which may be utilized by students at local Fort Wayne merchants – i.e. national chain stores such as Wal-Mart, Target, Meijer, Old Navy,
Kohl’s,  J.C. Penney’s, Macy’s or restaurant chains such as Outback, Olive Garden, Wendy’s, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Red Robin, Texas Roadhouse, Buffalo Wild Wings, Longhorn Steakhouse, etc. 
Service/gas station cards from BP, Shell, Marathon or Speedway in increments of $25.00 to share with students.  Cash gifts to purchase dining hall lunch tickets.  Non-residential students may use these tickets to eat on
campus rather than having to bring their lunch.

Many of these cards can be purchased through our SCRIP program and left with the seller either on Sunday morning or in the church office.  We will collect the cards and cash through  Sunday,November 24. The cards will then
be taken to the seminary for distribution to the students.

Ladies’ Guild:

The next meeting will be Tuesday, November 5th at 7:00 pm in the lower level of the education building.


St. Peter Association of Retired Keenagers (SPARKS):

The lucky winner of the drawing at the October meeting was Nancy Ashbaugh. The November meetingwill be held at noon on Wednesday, November 13th with a sack lunch in the reception room of the education building.
Bring your own sack lunch from home or your favorite restaurant and desserts will be furnished.

Dorcas Circle:

Will meet on Wednesday, November 20th


Quilting has resumed 9am – noon on Wednesdays.  The quilters are always thankful for donations of cotton fabric, new or slightly used flat sheets and pillowcases.


Do you like to sing?  Please join the choir on Wednesday evenings at 7PM.  Plans are to sing at least once a month in church. Gather in the church by the piano.  If you have questions, please call
Keith Crider.


Watch the bulletin for upcoming community helping activities (Fall yard work for those that need help).  The days will be determined after people call.
Youth Activities Medical Release and Permission Form

PEP Family Night:

Friday, November 22 5:30 P.M


Monday, November 18 @ 7 PM

A tremendous THANK YOU:

to Jim and Barbara Spreen for all their dedicated work taking pictures, layout, and much much more compiling our 170th year church directory.  With their tireless dedication this wonderful directory was published.

Thank you: to Dorcas Circle and anyone

else who assisted or provided food for the funeral dinner for Sharon Cuttriss.  The meal and desserts were wonderful and we received several comments on how good everything was.  The work you put into the dinner is greatly
appreciated by all who attended as we deal with the death of our loved one.  Thanks again to everyone for such a wonderful dinner.
- Adam Cuttriss, Phillip & Penny Cutttriss Family
- Charles & Carol Lamkin Family

Thank You: to the Dorcas Circle

and all who helped with the dinner for Harold’s’ funeral.  The food was excellent and very much appreciated by his family and mine. 
- Janet Bennett.