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Email Blast November 3, 2020


“The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world and those who live in it,” Psalm 42:1

Today is election day and I hope you have had a chance to vote. No matter the outcome I hope that we can remember that relationships are much more important than politics. We are here for one another and seek God’s will together in our lives and our communities.

Liturgist Rankin: Louise Nincehelser        UPC: Carol Johnson

Worship is at 9:00 a.m. at UPC and 11:00 a.m. at Rankin. It is also available on the website and on the two church Facebook pages.

Adult Sunday school at UPC will be at 7:45 a.m.

Adult Evening Bible Study at Rankin will be this Sunday at 7:00 p.m. We will be starting a new study on the book of Galatians by Max Lucado.

Next week the Sessions meet. Rankin at 7:00 p.m. and UPC at 5:30 p.m.

UPC has several sets of crutches, walkers and even a couple wheelchairs. They are in the basement now. If you would like to borrow a set just call the church office and let us know. Many other items that were in that closet next to the sanctuary are now in the basement.

Rising Up is again hosting the warming center for those in need of a place to spend the night. UPC will be providing the meals for Friday evening and Saturday morning. Please sign-up on the list in the fellowship hall.

Highlands will be holding their annual silent auction and are asking that we make a gift basket to be auctioned. The theme is “staying home” and we are seeking baking items and games. Please bring those by this Sunday Nov. 8.

Changing Landscapes will be holding two zoom sessions next week on Nov. 11 and 12 at 7:00 p.m. Please respond to this email or call the church if interested and I will send you an invitation on zoom.

Hanging the Greens will take place at both churches on Nov. 22nd after worship service. There will not be any meals served after the work is done. Feel free to wear your work clothes to worship that morning.

The Pastoral committee of Rankin and UPC met recently with a suggestion of a “Christmas memory” booklet. We are asking members to submit a memory of a funny or favorite Christmas which will be made into a booklet. Bob Everett has volunteered to make the cover and Louise Nincehelser and Crystal Graff will put it all together. This can be emailed to Louise at or dropped off or sent to the churches. Deadline is December 5th; booklets will be available at worship December 13th and mailed the following week. Let’s see how many memories we can gather in the booklet.


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