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After church; lunch and trip to Sportsfusion.
Please bring $6 .00 for entry; return to PUCC by 3:00.
The next Middle High and Senior High combined outing will be Friday Night April 27 to the City Museum. Cost is $12 (the church will cover half for any who go). There is a nice discount for all if 15 or more reserve in advance so please let Pastor Todd know if you are going. We’ll gather at Parkway UCC and leave at 6:45pm.
Parkway youth and adults recently enjoyed playing Volleyball.
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Sunday, February 19 | 11:00am – 9:00pm | Noodles & Company | 13307 Manchester Road
Due to its success last year, we are once again holding a fundraiser at Noodles & Company in Des Peres (next to St. Louis Bread Co. and Trader Joe’s) on Sunday, February 19, between the hours of 11am and 9pm. 25% of total sales will go to Parkway UCC to support campers who would like to go to Camp MoVal in the spring but may need help with funding. Dine in or carry out. Look in upcoming weeks for fliers that you can take to Noodles & Company when you participate.
Sunday, February 12 | 10:45am-1:00pm | Fellowship Hall
So you think that you make the best chili and/or brownies? Think again. How does your dish stand up to our past champions: Jill Schatz, Brad Lyons or Cindy Wessel? Make them work to defend their crowns! Bring a crock pot of chili or a pan of brownies to church on Sunday, February 12 for our 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off/Brownie Bake-Off sponsored by the Middle and Senior High Youth. Proceeds from this event will fund their summer mission trips. Enjoy the fab food and vote for your favorite in the Fellowship Hall between 10:45am – 1:00pm. Costs: Adults $5; children ages 5-12 $3; kids under 4 free. Take-outs offered as well. Thanks you for helping us raise funds to go on our summer mission trips. Questions? Please contact us.
2011 Chili Brownie Cookoff
Conference Youth Event Just Around The Corner! [Grades 9-12]
February 18-20 | Camp Mo-Val | Registration Deadline: 1-22-12
In a world of voices, texts, email, movies, etc…Who do you listen to?
Spend an exciting weekend with speaker Marcus Engel. His life was changed in an instant by a drunk driver at the age of 19. Marcus shares his story of recovering after being blinded and catastrophically injured by a drunk driver. Come explore ideas around overcoming adversity in your life. See Pastor Todd for registration and more information.
We’ll you might notbe, but your Sunday School/Youth Room definitely is! Make plans to help prepare the room on Friday, January 20 5:00-9:00pm, and paint and remodel the room on Saturday, January 21 10:00am -3pm. Food will be provided at both times; all that is needed is you! Please contact Steffanie Rauscher email@example.com or 314-994-9577 if you want to help out.
On Sunday, November 6, Mrs. Scherrer came to my middle high Sunday School class and talked to us about an organization called “G4U.” This is a Missouri organization dedicated to sending food, letters, and personal items to our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. My classmates and I wrote letters to the troops during class time. We thanked the troops for their service and protection. We also encouraged them to stay safe and come home to us. Our hope is to give comfort to the men and women of the armed forces. Winston Churchill once said, “We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.” Personally, I feel grateful for the safety provided by our troops. We should reward them with care packages from home. Are you interested in this worthwhile organization? Could you give comfort to our troops? If so, please visit the G4U website (www.g4ufromheretothere.org). I feel really good about this opportunity to help others. You will, too. -Will Schatz