October 19 | Games after each service | outside in the back
It might be crazy, it might be new, but we knew what you might like to do! Its soccer season and we are going to play, yes, just for kicks! Wear a soccer uniform (current or former players) on Sunday, October 19 and we will head outside (in the back) to play after each service. This is for all ages! If you don’t want to play come and cheer us on. If it rains we will meet in fellowship hall.
Super Soccer Sunday, fun for the entire church family!
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Wednesday, October 22 | 4:00-8:00pm| Ronald McDonald House
Our Youth Night crew will prepare, serve and visit with guests at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, October 22. If you would like to be a part of this special evening contact Lisa Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barb Kuhlmann at email@example.com.
You can also make a donation towards the food and supplies for this event.
Look for the pumpkin in the Gathering area to drop off your donation.
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Hosted by the Youth Board, this family friendly event will feature face painting, pumpkin carving and plenty of food (hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy). Fill your trunk with Halloween candy, drive up and park. The parade of witches and Goblins are sure to show up! The Trunks will open for business at 6:15! Prizes for the best decorated trunk and best costume.
Don’t miss this awesome event and bring your friends!
Sunday, August 3, 11:00am – 2:00pm
All youth including upcoming 6th graders are invited to stay after 9:30am worship for a fun afternoon of fellowship. If you attend the 11:00am service join us after. We will paint equipment on our playground, order some pizza and then put the volleyball net for some fun! Let’s get together before the school year starts! You don’t have to sign up, just show up!
June 1 | after annual meeting | Fellowship Hall and front lawn
Join us after the Annual meeting and celebration onJune 1with your family and have a blast with the youth of Parkway who are sponsoring a carnival to benefit Family Indian Farm.TheSundayschool children have been dedicating their contributions to this project all year.
Game booths, balloons, popcorn, face painting and cotton candy will be available.Tickets will be 4 for $1 or 10 for $2.00. Join us to guess the number of jelly beans in a jar and the closest guess gets the whole jar.Also a special sponge throwing booth will spotlight our pastor, Kevin Cameron, and our Christian Education Director, Barb Kuhlman plus others. (Very wet sponges!)
The Parkway Church Council will be sponsoring a picnic lunch with hot dogs and brats with picnic salads and desserts donated by members of the congregation.Help us celebrate the end of theSundayschool year and welcome summer.The One Family Service will begin at10:00amfollowed by the Annual meeting and celebration.Children will be cared for during the annual meeting and will join their families for the carnival.
Contact Barb Kuhlmanbarbk@parkwayucc.organd Carol Cobbccjcobb@aol.com
The wildly popular youth and bell choirs from First Congregational Church of Crystal Lake, Illinois, are returning to PUCC on Sunday, April 27. These choirs last performed for us in April of 2010 and were met with such warmth, such enthusiasm, such hospitality, they have decided to return to Parkway for a repeat appearance. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Join Us for a Youth Potluck Lunch!
Sunday, April 27 | noon | Fellowship Hall
All PUCC youth and their families are invited to a potluck lunch in Fellowship Hall at noon on Sunday, April 27, as we bid adieu to the visiting youth choirs. Pasta, sandwiches, and beverages will be provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share. If your family is able to join the fun, R.S.V.P. to Jill Schatz (email@example.com) by Wednesday, April 23, so that she can order enough food for everyone.
Update 4/3/2014: See photos on Facebook!
Join Us for a “Houses of Worship” Field Trip
Saturday, March 29 | 8:45am – 1:00pm
Calling all Parkway Youth (grades 6-12)! Have you ever passed a mosque or a temple and wondered: What does it look like inside? How do people worship there? What sorts of songs do they sing and prayers do they pray? If so, this field trip is for you!
We will meet at church before heading out to the Daar-ul-Islam Mosque and the Hindu Temple of St. Louis, both conveniently located on Weidman Road. After taking guided tours at each, we will enjoy a lunch of burgers, fries, chili, and shakes at Steak ‘n’ Shake on Manchester Road before returning to PUCC. Parents (especially ones willing to help carpool!) are welcome to join us!
Wednesday, March 26 | 4:00pm • Ronald McDonald House at Mercy Hospital
Parkway’s Middle and High School youth will again prepare dinner for the families and patients staying at the West County Ronald McDonald House. This is a rewarding opportunity for team work, hospitality, and appreciation. We need adults to help the youth prepare the meal for the guests. Please plan to meet at PUCC by 4:00pm to carpool; we’ll clean up after dinner and plan to be back at PUCC between 7:30 and 8:00pm. Please RSVP to Lisa Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barb Kuhlmann at email@example.com by March 19!
Please note: we are also scheduled to prepare a meal on October 22, 2014.