June 20, 2018

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Keep Families Together – Powerful UCC Letter

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UCC Leaders: Keep Families Together
Condemning the unconscionable assertion that migrant children should be separated from their parents because of ‘orderly and lawful processes that protect the weak and lawful,’ – a Biblical statement used to justify U.S. immigration policies – United Church of Christ National Leadership has issued this pastoral letter, urging the people of the denomination’s almost 5,000 congregations to take action now! First, by contacting their Congressional representatives, and then by providing funds to keep families together. Money to be used to support the people sleeping in the streets at the borders of this country, or those parents and children separated upon entry!

“Still, when God saw the trouble they were in and heard their cries for help,
God remembered God’s Covenant with them, and, immense with love, took them by the hand. God poured out God’s mercy on them while their captors looked on, amazed.” Psalm 106:44-47 (The Message translation)

Friends, once again we stand at the brink of a moral precipice in our society and the question before us is will we choose to act in covenant with God on behalf of God’s people or will we sacrifice our soul. The United Church of Christ has long been a supporter of migrant families seeking refuge within our borders from intolerable and unsafe living conditions in their homelands. As people of God committed to the sacredness of all creation and the sanctity of every life, we are compelled to heed the cries of families now being violently torn apart at our borders for political expediency and profitability. Such violent acts are unnecessarily punitive and place at risk the physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual, and developmental stability of hundreds of families who now find themselves separated, caged, and commodified in a strange land.

All of our sacred texts, no matter the faith, identify the disregard of the humanity of the vulnerable as sin.

And God hears the cries of God’s people. The plight of black and brown migrant families whose children are ripped from their care cannot be the policy of a civilized land. We’ve been here before. Our nation’s history bears witness to a legacy of lost love. We separated the children of Native people from their families. We separated the children of enslaved people from their families. We separated the children of Japanese people from their families. Many of these families were never made whole again. This legacy of white supremacist ideology is idolatrous and leaves an indelible mark of evil that can only be redeemed by a conscious act of spiritual repentance and repair.

We must resist the evil of dehumanization enacted upon the vulnerable among us. The United Church of Christ strongly condemns the dismantling of families, the criminalization of the quest for freedom, and the caging of those whose only crime is to seek shelter from harm. How we treat those who seek shelter in our midst is a direct reflection of how we treat God. We call upon our 5,000 member churches to write letters to your representatives in Congress as an act of worship this month. Refugee Justice Sunday is June 17, World Refugee Day is June 20. Remind Congress there is a law that supersedes partisanship and political bantering, and that is the sanctity of all people of God.

Faithfully yours,
The National Officers of our United Church of Christ:
The Rev. Dr. John C. Dorhauer, General Minister and President
The Rev. Traci Blackmon, Executive Minister, Justice and Witness Ministries
The Rev. James Moos, Executive Minister, Wider Church Ministries

The Council of Conference Ministers of the United Church of Christ

(including Ginny Brown Daniel, our Missouri Mid-South Conference Minister)
2841 N Ballas Road | Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
314-872-9330 | www.parkwayucc.org
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Parkway UCC E-News: Enduring Relationships 6-8-18

This Upcoming Week at Parkway
Worship with us this Sunday.
Join us this Sunday morning for Traditional Worship at 9:30am or Informal Worship at 11:00am when our scriptures will be Psalm 138 (gratitude and love) and Mark 3:20-27 (connections and divisions) and a sermon entitled Enduring Relationships. The gospel lesson contains one of those lines that people often don’t realize is from scripture since a well-known politician used it in the distant past – ‘if a house is divided against itself, that house will not be able to stand’. How do our relationships stabilize, strengthen and sustain us – the one we have with ourselves, the Holy and one another?

Prayer Updates
Family and friends celebrating the life of Edith Graber. Memorial service this Saturday, June 9 at 3:00pm at the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves UCC.
Charlotte Sableman & Kris Von Ahn wed June 2 in Clarksville, MO!
Successful PUCC Annual Meeting last Sunday.
Our weekend with John Pavlovitz and The Bigger Table!
Mary Jo Canon – hospitalized at MOBAP for tests; may go home Friday
Doug Watson – transitioning to hospice care at Solstice in Fenton. ##
His friends/family have set up a Go Fund Me account

Summer/Fall Events 2018

Parkway UCC E-News: A Bigger Table Weekend 6-1-2018

This Upcoming Week at Parkway
Worship with us this Sunday.
Our Annual Meeting to elect Council and Commission members and launch our Vitality Teams will take place on Sunday in the sanctuary at 9:30am.
As you enter the front doors, Barb Kuhlmann (Director of Christian Education and Youth Ministry) will gather the children and take them on an adventure/hunt … bringing them back by the end of the meeting.
One Family Worship begins immediately following the Congregational Meeting at 10am. John Pavlovitz will be a worship leader. Our scriptures are 1Samuel 3:1-10 (God calls Samuel over and over again); Psalm 139 (God knows us and loves us no matter where we are); and Mark 3:1-6 (Jesus heals on the Sabbath) with a sermon entitled In Our Hands. We want and need you here as we celebrate the sacrament of communion at our open table, give thanks to our choir and song leaders for a year of wonderful music and imagine together how we can live further into our fresh purpose statement – to be an inclusive community embracing: spiritual nourishment, open-minded inquiry, courageous action, and interfaith partnerships to fulfill God’s calling to create a just world for all.
Stay for lunch! Our Church Council is provided an opportunity to gather around tables for a meal and further conversation with John Pavlovitz as he concludes his weekend with us.

Prayer Updates
Connie Burkhardt as she finishes up her treatments for cancer.
Charlotte Sableman & Kris Von Ahn wed June 2 in Clarksville, MO!
Helen & Bill Scheffel welcome new grandson Bennett in New York!
Annual Meeting Weekend at PUCC with John Pavlovitz Fri/Sat/Sun!
Race for the Cure in St Louis next wkend and our PUCC Pink Angels team.
Doug Watson – transitioning to hospice care at Solstice in Fenton. ##
His friends/family have set up a Go Fund Me account

Break the Fast at PUCC with our Muslim Friends during Ramadan!

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What’s an Iftaar and why is Parkway UCC hosting one?
 
“Iftaar” is a breaking of the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.** As part of Parkway’s Intertwine Program, created by Interfaith Quest, we are hosting an Iftaar in partnership with the Turkish American Society of Missouri (TASOM) to connect with our interfaith friends. During the Iftaar at Parkway UCC on
Tuesday, June 5 from 7:30pm- 9:30pm, we will engage with our neighbors of other faiths, experience an important meal in the spiritual life of our Muslim neighbors and explore our common core values as they relate to hospitality. All ages welcome! Feel free to invite your friends of other faiths (or no faith) to join us.

 
Please register so that we can be good stewards of our food and resources https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfseFNtQV44ch95weRsAwy3QV9gU-RZJhbmNAMRhS6i56srXg/viewform
 
Family Iftaar Dinners
Get to know our Muslim friends family to family by experiencing an Iftaar in a Muslim home during Ramadan. Space is filling quickly, so sign up now. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeLlicIrSQrdBn5OSsIftD3HScYRw-YOELFjA5phQIv85Pt9g/viewform
 
We look forward to seeing you and look forward to your participation in such an important event. 
Questions? Contact Pastor Kevin kevin@parkwayucc.org or 314-872-9330; 
or Beth Damsgaard-Rodriguez beth@interfaithquest.org or 314-662-2928.
** RAMADAN:
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar,and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting(Sawm) to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

The month lasts 29-30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in the hadiths.

The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramiḍa or ar-ramaḍ, which means scorching heat or dryness.

Fasting is fard (obligatory) for adult Muslims, except those who are suffering from an illness, travelling, are elderly, pregnant, breastfeedingdiabeticchronically ill or menstruating.

Fasting the month of Ramadan was made obligatory (wājib) during the month of Sha’ban, in the second year after the Muslims migrated from Mecca to Medina. 

While fasting from dawn until sunset, Muslims refrain from consuming food, drinking liquids, smoking, and engaging in sexual relations. Muslims are also instructed to refrain from sinful behavior that may negate the reward of fasting, such as false speech (insulting, backbiting, cursing, lying, etc.) and fighting except in self-defense.
Pre-fast meals before dawn are referred to as Suhoor, while the post-fast breaking feasts after sunset are called Iftar.

Spiritual rewards (thawab) for fasting are also believed to be multiplied within the month of Ramadan.

Fasting for Muslims during Ramadan typically includes the increased offering of 
salat (prayers), recitation of the Quran and an increase of doing good deeds and charity.    

2841 N Ballas Road | Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
314-872-9330 | www.parkwayucc.org
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PUCC E-News 5-25-2018 Trinity Sunday

This Upcoming Week at Parkway
Worship with us this Sunday.
Join us this Memorial Day Weekend for Worship on Sunday morning — Traditional Worship at 9:30am and/or Informal Worship at 11:00am. Our scriptures for this Trinity Sunday are Isaiah 6:1-8 (‘Here am I. Send me.’) and John 3:1-17 (Nicodemus, a Jewish leader coming to Jesus under the cover of night) with a sermon entitled Start Fresh. With Pentecost last Sunday, we begin the Pentecost Season. How will the fresh gift of the Holy Spirit, along with the presence of the Creator and Christ, launch us into Ordinary Time?
As always, please feel free to bring a relative, friend, neighbor with you!
Prayer Updates
PUCC Confirmands last Sunday PENTECOST…
Ryan Bowermaster, Iris Cameron, Nathaniel Doty, Meredith Downing, Summer Lyons, Abby Sperry, Will Stappenbeck, Tyler Wessel
Graduates of all kinds!
Charlotte Sableman & Kris Von Ahn wed June 2 in Clarksville, MO.
Doug Watson – has begun another regimen of chemotherapy. ##   
Karen and Mike Scalion – as she undergoes additional tests.
Sisters Ruth Peace, Mary Whitney, Pinky Wilcoxen – healing.
Chloe Peistrup – 18 yr old granddaughter of Eggebrechts hospitalized after ATV accident … leg from midcalf was amputated last Saturday. Graduated from Westminster this week! 11720 Middleview, StL Mo 63131
The people of Santa Fe, Texas; Hawaii; Puerto Rico; Mideast.
St Louis Association UCC Covenant Partner of Week: Hope UCC, St Louis – at Eichelberger & Tamm by Francis Park.
Announcements
Big Weekend
The first weekend of June will be a great adventure for all of us!
John Pavlovitz, prolific pastor and progressive Christian voice that has caught the attention of a wide array of people in the US and abroad, will be with us all weekend (see separate invitations—you don’t want to miss him!) at a Bigger Table.
Sunday, June 3 | 9:30am | Sanctuary
We will gather for our brief Annual Meeting at as we elect new Council and Commission members for our next program year. We will also commission the Teams that will help us live into our new purpose statement and goals via the strategies we all came up with in our Vitality Initiative. These are exciting times to be the church!
Sunday, June 3 | 10:00am | Sanctuary
Our One Family Worship service with John Pavlovitz followed by a luncheon to celebrate all that we have and will do in and through the church.
We are living the Spirit these Pentecost days. Please join us! We need you!
Would you like to have lunch with John Pavlovitz?
Saturday, June 2 | 12:00pm | Heritage Room
An open invitation to anyone who is interested in learning more about John, his book, A Bigger Table. RSVP to Carol Cobb 314 965-4147 or ccjcobb@aol.com. To help underwrite the lunch, we ask for a donation at the lunch. We will cater sandwiches, etc. from a local establishment. 
Summer Worship around the corner!
We will continue our usual Sunday schedule of Traditional Worship at 9:30am and Informal Worship at 11am on June 10, 17 and 24 then do a new thing for the rest of the summer.
As with a great number of churches across the land, we will have a different summer schedule. From July 1 – September 2 we will worship at 10:00am.
Sunday School for children of all ages (focused on Psalm 23) will take place just after the Children’s Time.
Barry will be working with a variety of singers, ringers and instrumentalists throughout the summer.
The Worship Commission looks forward to having all of us together this summer as we grow deeper in love with the Holy and one another.
Community
TWO tickets remain to sing the national anthem…at the St. Louis Football Club on Wednesday, May 30! Great European-style soccer experience right here off I-44 and 270. Anyone can come sing (or not sing). Family event for all ages. See Music Man Barry for more information.
The Christian Services Commission is launching Intertwine—an interfaith initiative to build positive relationships while learning more about other faith communities. Our next event is a community Iftar dinner on June 5.
Humor
Where do goldfish go on vacation?
Around the globe!
Inspiration
Heroism doesn’t always happen in a burst of glory. Sometimes small triumphs and large hearts change the course of history. ~Mary Roach
Video
Less than a minute and a half focus on Memorial Day…

PUCC E-News 5-17-2018 PENTECOST & CONFIRMATION

NCC Laments Opening of US Embassy in Jerusalem, Deaths of Palestinians
WASHINGTON: The National Council of Churches laments the move of the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. We have previously warned that such an unwise and prejudicial action would make a peace settlement even more difficult to achieve and would indeed lead to violence. Today’s deadly violence bears out the truth of this warning. Read more…
You are most cordially invited to
St Louis WILPF’s Annual Meeting and Dinner
Parkway United Church of Christ
2841 N Ballas Rd
Saturday, May 19, 2018
5:00-8:00pm
5:00pm: Gathering for refreshments and conversation
5:30pm: Annual Meeting, with reports from Chair and Treasurer; and the Jane Addams Award books
6:00pm: Catered vegetarian dinner ($15, call or text Lynn Sableman for reservations – 314-609-6918)
6:45pm: Dance performance by Alice Bloch
7:00pm: Member Arlene Zarembka and Zulema Tang-Martinez explain MOmentum (Missouri Moving Forward, a grass-roots, non-artisan organization that attempts to fight the right wing agenda) with opportunities for discussion.
This Upcoming Week at Parkway
Worship with us this Sunday.
Join us this Sunday for Pentecost – the day the gift of the Holy Spirit blew into town to bless people and help them belong to one another! Wear red if you like – a symbol of the fire and passion of the Holy Spirit! Traditional Worship at 9:30am and/or Informal Worship at 11:00am.
Our Hebrew Scripture Lesson is Psalm 104 and the Pentecost story is from Acts 2:1-13… Read it here…
Pentecost – the gift of the Holy Spirit – is the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise that he would not leave us alone… we will receive a reassuring comforter that will root us in love and set us free for love!
We will celebrate the Rite of Confirmation at 9:30am service with
Ryan Theodore Bowermaster
Iris Isabella Cameron
Nathaniel William Doty
Meredith Claire Downing
Summer Carissa Lyons
Abigail Marie Sperry
William Thaddeus Stappenbeck
Tyler Jacob Wessel
Emily Lillian Wilson
As always, please feel free to bring a relative, friend, neighbor with you!
This is Give-a-Meal Sunday. Please bring your non-perishable goods to share with those in need.
Prayer Updates
Wyatt Orum Watkins Baptism last Sunday at 11am.
Peggy Mohl – positive prognosis! No further treatment needed!
Molly Grisham – settling into her new home in Hazelwood.
PUCC Confirmands – this Sunday PENTECOST.
Millicent Guerri – recent diagnosis of lung cancer
Mary Maxeiner – healing from last week’s foot surgery.
Doug Watson – has begun another regimen of chemotherapy.   
Pattie Herpel – at Surrey Place for rehab after hospital stay.
John Williams – NHC Healthcare in St Charles for more rehab.
Karen and Mike Scalion – as she awaits medical tests and next steps.
Elena – 16 yr old niece of Marsha/Dave Peek -home after kidney surgery.
The Scharfs – grieving and giving thanks for Grandma Gertie (101 yrs).
Alyssa Toal & family – grieving her father (Alyssa is in PUCC Yth Grp).
Chloe – 18 yr old granddaughter of Eggebrechts hospitalized after ATV accident … toes on right foot amputated immediately, likely removal of leg below calf this Saturday. Her graduation from Westminster is Monday. She was baptized at PUCC.
The people of the Middle East, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
St Louis Association UCC Covenant Partner of Week: Hope UCC in DeSoto, MO
Announcements
The Parkway Church Orchestra resumes third Sunday rehearsals this Sunday, May 20, 6:30 to 8:00pm in the choir room. If you did not play in the orchestra at our December, 2017 concert contact the director, Roger Fagerberg, 314-878-7646, before coming to rehearsal.
Tuesday Evening Dialogue
May 22
2nd & 4th Tuesdays | 6:00-8:30pm | Heritage Room | Potluck & Discussion
Paperback copies are available in the church office.
TED will continue to discuss the John Pavlovitz book “A Bigger Table: Building Messy, Hopeful and Authentic Spiritual Community. This month, we will focus the discussion on Part 3: Under Construction. All are welcome to join in the potluck supper and discussions as we prepare for Pavlovitz’s visit to Parkway UCC on June 1-3rd! For more details contact Joan Brannigan: joanbran@mac.com
Youth Night May 23: PARTY! 
Wednesdays | Middle High 6-7pm | Sr High 7-8pm | Fellowship Hall a
Snacks | Games | Door Prizes
Contact Barb Kuhlmann: barbk@parkwayucc.org | 314-872-9330
Would you like to have lunch with John Pavlovitz?
Saturday, June 2 | 12:00pm | Heritage Room
An open invitation to anyone who is interested in learning more about John, his book, A Bigger Table. RSVP to Carol Cobb 314 965-4147 or ccjcobb@aol.com. To help underwrite the lunch, we ask for a donation at the lunch. We will cater sandwiches, etc. from a local establishment. 
Community
Sunday is the last day to sign up! PUCC Pink Angels
20th Anniversary of Komen Race for the Cure
Sat, Jun 9 | Site opens 6:30am | Downtown STL
See flyer and sign up in the Gathering Space. Komenmissouri.org/stlrace
Four tickets remain to sing the national anthem…at the St. Louis Football Club on Wednesday, May 30! Great European-style soccer experience right here off I-44 and 270. Anyone can come sing (or not sing). Family event for all ages. See Music Man Barry for more information.
The Christian Services Commission is launching Intertwine—an interfaith initiative to build positive relationships while learning more about other faith communities. Our next event is a community Iftar dinner on June 5.
Humor
I didn’t graduate with honors. I was honored just to graduate. ~Melanie White
Inspiration
I am saddened by how people treat one another and how we are so shut off from one another and how we judge one another, when the truth is, we are all one connected thing. We are all from the same exact molecules.
~Ellen DeGeneres
Video
This is Pentecost!  View the video…

Youth Night, 5-16-18, Outside Games!

Youth Night, 5-16-18!
Middle School, 6:00-7:00 pm, Senior High, 7:00-8:00 pm


Youth Night! 

 Outside Games!

 Wednesday, May 16



Weather permitting we will head outside to play some games.
Capture the Flag, Hide and Seek, Kick the Can? Whatever you desire! It should be fun, hope to see you there!

Candy Bowl, Snacks and Door Prizes!  

contact Barb Kuhlmann at barbk@parkwayucc
 
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PUCC E-News 5/11/2018: Listen Up!

This Upcoming Week at Parkway
Worship with us this Sunday.
Join us this Sunday for breakfast and worship! Our annual Mother’s Day Breakfast (free for women and girls) begins at 8:30am and continues through 11am.
Traditional Worship begins at 9:30am and our Informal Worship starts at 11:00am. Our Hebrew Scripture Lesson is Psalm 47—overflowing with praise for God. Our New Testament Lesson is the story of the Ascension from Acts 1:1-11 when Jesus wraps up his forty days of post-resurrections appearances and is carried away to be with God completely. Jesus gives us a final promise, blessing and charge. The sermon is entitled Listen Up!
We are excited to welcome the Emmaus Homes Bell Choir, share a meaningful and memorable Litany for Mother’s Day and be inspired by Faith Sharing of PUCC artist Angela Chostner. 
Please join us and bring a relative, friend, neighbor with you!
Prayer Updates
Wyatt Orum Watkins Baptism this Sunday at 11am
Doug Watson – beginning another regimen of chemotherapy.
Millicent Guerri – recent diagnosis of lung cancer
Mary Maxeiner – healing from foot surgery on Tuesday, May 8.
Peggy & Mike Mohl – for peace and healing while waiting for pathology report after endometrial cancer surgery last week.
Pattie Herpel – at Surrey Place for rehab after hospital stay.
John Williams – NHC Healthcare in St Charles for more rehab.
Karen and Mike Scalion – as she awaits medical tests and next steps.
Elena – 16 yr old niece of Marsha and David Peek – home after kidney surgery.
Alyssa Toal & family – grieving her father (Alyssa is in PUCC Yth Grp).
Bejoy Kurian (Mar Thoma) – as he grieves/gives thanks for his mom this wkend at her memorial service here at PUCC.
St Louis Association UCC Covenant Partner of Week:
Holy Trinity Community UCC – Memphis, Tennessee
Announcements
Attention All Ministry Leaders: Annual Reports are due Monday, May 14 to mona@parkwayucc.org
Prayer Corner
Tue, May 15 | 8:00-10:00am | Sanctuary
Pastor Kevin is available to pray with you during this time. The Prayer Corner–with a perpetual candle–has a current prayer list, prayer books, journal, kneeler and chairs.
Youth Night May 16: Outside Games
Snacks | Games | Door Prizes
Wednesdays | Middle High 6-7pm | Sr High 7-8pm | Fellowship Hall
Contact Barb Kuhlmann: barbk@parkwayucc.org | 314-872-9330
Would you like to have lunch with John Pavlovitz?
Saturday, June 2 | 12:00pm | Heritage Room
An open invitation to anyone who is interested in learning more about John, his book, A Bigger Table. RSVP to Carol Cobb 314 965-4147 or ccjcobb@aol.com. To help underwrite the lunch, we ask for a donation at the lunch. We will cater sandwiches, etc. from a local establishment. 
Community
Take me out to the ballgame!
Come support Miriam Academy this spring at their upcoming baseball games:
Tuesday, May 15 at 6:00pm
Wednesday, May 16 at 8:00pm
All games on Field #1 | Ballwin Athletic Association
baapark.org | 636-394-2159 (option 1 for Rainout Line)
1 Ballpark Drive, Ballwin, MO 63021
(South of Manchester Rd between Ries Rd/Seven Trails Dr & Holloway Rd)
Dear Friends of Eden’s International student community,
This year’s Masters Candidates (including PUCC friend Luke Mani from Sri Lanka) will be presenting their papers on Tuesday May 15.
You are welcome to come hear what work they have done and presented as their final project.
There are some amazing projects – with the understanding that for all of the internationals this was done in a second or third language – amazing theologians all!
Hope you can join us – especially as Luke presents at 10am in the Chapel.
Eden Seminary is located in Webster Groves at 475 E Lockwood.
The Christian Services Commission is launching Intertwine—an interfaith initiative to build positive relationships while learning more about other faith communities. Our next event is a community Iftar dinner on June 5.
Humor
What month of the year is the shortest? May (only 3 letters)
Inspiration
Big-heartedness always draws close to the other, always draws the other close. Francis of Assisi, Benedict, Dorothy Day, Jean Vanier—like Jesus himself—draw people naturally into relationship. And the hunger of the human heart that God put in us is not just for casual and recreational relationships. We long for relationships of meaning. We long to be connected, for healing, for vocation, and for mission. . . ~Richard Rohr
Video
We hope you are able to spend some time outside these May days soaking up some of the amazing gifts of Creation!

Youth Night, 518, Amazing Race!

Youth Night, 5-9-18!
Middle School, 6:00-7:00 pm, Senior High, 7:00-8:00 pm


Youth Night! 

 Amazing Race!

 Wednesday, May 9



We ended up exploring our neighborhood last week so… it’s Amazing race time!

We will travel the world with clues in hand and find challenges along the way. Get ready, get set, let’s go!

Candy Bowl, Snacks and Door Prizes!  

contact Barb Kuhlmann at barbk@parkwayucc
 
Parkway United Church of Christ, 2841 N Ballas Road, Saint Louis, MO 63131
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