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Book Donations Needed
The church library is asking for book donations to give to our IHN families.  We can use books for all ages and gender—infant through adult.  Please place the donations in the bin outside the library.
Volunteer Leader Needed for Rummage Sale
Faith's annual rummage sale is in need of a volunteer leader to plan and coordinate the garage sale this year. The garage sale will be held this spring and the volunteer leader can set the date. Session would like to see this tradition continue but it is dependent on a volunteer willing to lead and plan the effort this year. Please consider raising your hand to help! Contact the office or a Session member if you wish to help.
All-Church Music Recital
Music Ministry is sponsoring a recital on Sunday afternoon, March 8th at 4:00. Performance is open to musicians of all levels—beginner through professional. Pieces need not be sacred. If you play an instrument, keyboard or sing, you are welcome to participate. It can be a solo, duet, or ensemble. If you need assistance finding appropriate music, Carol can help. There is a sign-up sheet in the Music Room. Please make sure you have signed up no later than February 20th if you are interested in participating. See Carol Bisanz if you have questions.
Friday Morning Bible Study

The group meets in Fellowship Hall each Friday morning for refreshments at 9 and study at 9:30AM.

Discussion Series

The final Gun Violence Prevention discussion is Sunday, Feb 9th at 6PM in FH (make a note that this is not the first Sunday of the month – we have moved it back a week due to the Superbowl Sunday). Dave Kirby will lead the discussion.

Thursday Book Group
The Thursday Book Group meets on 2nd Thursdays in FH at 2 pm. On Thursday, February 13, we’ll discuss South of Superior, by Ellen Airgood. Madeline Stone walks away from her Chicago life and moves five hundred miles north to Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Charged with caring for an aging family friend, Madeline finds herself in the middle of beautiful nowhere with Gladys and Arbutus, two octogenarian sisters. As she is drawn into the dramas of the small, tight-knit town, Madeline learns that it’s a place where times are tough and debts run deep, but where friendship, community and compassion run deeper.  If you’d like to join us, you can borrow a PPLD copy of the book in the Conference Room.

Third Monday Book Group
Looking for a small group and a way to deepen your faith as you navigate your spiritual journey? This group is for you! We meet on the third Monday of each month at 7pm on the northwest side of town (near Rockrimmon & Delmonico). On Jan 20th, we'll begin discussing An Altar in the World:  a Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor. If you are interested in joining us, contact the office.