Monday, July 16, 2018

Fwd: Bulletin Items for July 22 from the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society



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From: Communications Director <communications@lmhs.org>
Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 9:34 AM
Subject: Bulletin Items for July 22 from the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society
To: Joel Nofziger <communications@lmhs.org>


Message for bulletin editor:

Dear bulletin editor,


Thank you for including the following announcements in your congregation's Sunday bulletin, newsletters or e-mail groups. New events are highlighted. Also, if at all possible, please post the attached event posters on your church's bulletin boards.


Mensaje al editor del boletín dominical:

Estimado editor del boletín,


Gracias por incluir los siguientes anuncios en el boletín dominical o semanal, o en sus mensajes a grupos de su iglesia con correos electrónicos. Los nuevos anuncios están resaltados. También, si es posible, le pedimos que ponga los afiches adjuntos en algún lugar prominente en su iglesia. 


English Version

  • Music in the OrchardSummer concerts conclude at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 4, at the 1719 Herr House & Museum with Cricket Tell the Weather. Tickets are $8, children under 12 are free, no advance registration is required.
  • Bookworm FrolicThe annual Bookworm Frolic is rapidly approaching. Come out to 2215 Millstream Road, Lancaster, PA, between Wednesday, August 15 and Friday, August 17 (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and Saturday, August 18 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.), to purchase your favorite used books and support the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society. 
  • Voices of Conscience: Peace Witness in the Great War—Voices of Conscience is a traveling exhibit developed by Kauffman Museum, North Newton, Kansas, which remembers the stories of people who opposed World War I. Come to an opening reception at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 19, in  Landis Homes's Calvin G. and Janet C. High Learning and Wellness Center. The exhibit will remain on display from August 19 to September 26, 2 to 7 p.m. daily, with other hours by appointment. For more information visit lmhs.org.
  • Pa. German Dialect Classes—Wellet dihr Deitsch lanne? Butch Reigart will teach two levels of his popular ten-week Pennsylvania German dialect course this fall. Beginner classes run Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m., from September 12 to November 14. Intermediate classes are on Thursdays, from 7 to 9 p.m., September 13 to November 15. To register, visit www.lmhs.org/classes or call (717) 393-9745.

    Spanish Version
  • Música en el HuertoEl concierto final de esta serie de verano se llevará a cabo a las 6 p.m. el sábado 4 de agosto en la Casa Museo de Herr de 1719 con una presentación de "Cricket Tell the Weather."  Los boletos cuestan $8. Niños bajo 12 años entran gratis. No es necesario registrarse con anterioridad.
  • Festival de LibrosEl Festival de Libros anual se aproxima rápidamente. Ven al 2215 Millstream Road, Lancaster, PA, entre el miércoles 15 de agosto, y viernes 17 de agosto (de 9 a.m. a 7 p.m.) y sábado 18 de agosto (9 a.m. a 4 p.m.), para comprar tus libros usados favoritos y apoyar a la Sociedad Histórica Menonita de Lancaster..
  • Voces de Conciencia en la Primera Guerra Mundial—Voces de Conciencia es una exhibición viajera desarrollada por el Kauffman Museum en North Newton, Kansas, lo cual recuerda las historias de las personas quienes se opusieron a la Primera Guerra Mundial. Vengan a una recepción de apertura a las 2 p.m. el domingo 19 de agosto en Landes Homes, en el centro de bienestar Calvin G. y Janet C. High. La exhibición seguirá de 2 a 7 pm todos los días, con otras oportunidades con cita previa. Hay más información en lmhs.org.
  • Estudios del Dialecto de alemán de Pennsylvania—Wellet dihr Deitsch lanne? Butch Reigart enseñara dos cursos de diez semanas su clase popular sobre el dialecto alemán de Pennsylvania este otoño. Clases para principiantes serán de 7 a 9 p.m. los miércoles, del 12 de septiembre a 14 de noviembre. Clases para el nivel intermediario son de 7 a 9 p.m. el jueves del 13 de septiembre a 15 de noviembre. Para matricular visitewww.lmhs.org/classes o llame al (717) 393-9745.
Joel Nofziger
Director of Communications
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society
www.lmhs.org
www.facebook.com/lmhs.org
Lancaster Roots
www.lancasterroots.org
2215 Millstream Road, Lancaster PA 17602
717 393 9745

Fwd: Fruit - New Life - Encouragment



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From: Crossfire Youth Ministry <info@crossfireyouthcenter.org>
Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 2:26 PM
Subject: Fruit - New Life - Encouragment
To: <philandkelly@gmail.com>


Fruit - New Life - Encouragement

New life in Ashland as the yard turns green and first time  children show up. 

Thank You to the businesses and individuals who donated labor and  time to truck loads of dirt and blocks to complete our yard.

Teen Challenge came on a friday evening to share in song and testimony. 

Danny (red cap) attended Crossfire 20 years ago.

We are both excited and encouraged with the new life coming forth all around us. From children accepting Jesus into their lives in Ashand to encounters with Jesus among the students in Ephrata. We are greatly encouraged.

Teen Challenge shared a presentation recently. That night a young lady showed up after an absence of 2 years. God spoke to her through the song and message.

Recently I was able to reconnect with a young man who attended Crossfire back in 1992. It started with a dream, then a phone call from Canada to sharing comfort with several hurting individuals.
God is up to something amazing!

Peace and contentment are two words I think describe our current atmosphere here at Crossfire. Praise the Lord for this moment in time.

HELP NEEDED: A stone mason to repair the top cap of a stone wall in Ashland. Call 717.278.3102 for more information.

Your prayers and financial support are greatly appreciated. Without them we could not share the gospel with this many children. Thank You!

James L Horning
Executive Director

The High School crew relaxing after a fun filled water day event at Crossfire. A tub filled with water and 450 lbs of ice make for a very cold event!

We are grateful for the bonding this crew is experiencing.

 

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Saturday, July 14, 2018

Fwd: REAL Life Community Services Summer News



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From: REAL Life Community Services <rod@reallcs.org>
Date: Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 12:33 AM
Subject: REAL Life Community Services Summer News
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Summer is no time to take off!
When June and July hit, many of us want to just throttle it back and take a break!  I'm no different!  However, barriers that prevent families from overcoming poverty don't take breaks.  Sure the calls for housing seem to lessen, but the homelessness has not gone away, just hiding for a while.  Hunger has not gone away, healthcare needs have not gone away....

We recently filled the vacancy of our Transitional Home with a mom and her children.  The stories we hear make me want to cry.  "What more can we do?!"
I look at a family in poverty as being stuck in a whirlpool.  It takes more than throwing a person a life preserver.  It takes pulling out all the stops and using every resource at our disposal to get them out!


We could not do all that we do with out our Volunteers and Donors!  If you are one of these, thank you so much for your generosity!  We're not slowing down yet.  There's a lot more to do!

We have three main fundraisers every year; our Spring & Fall Banquets and the ExtraGive!  The Summer is usually very sparse time to try refilling our resources.  But we are in need!  If you see the value of what we do, please consider a small donation to keep our efforts moving forward! 
Thanks for your prayers and support!
- Rod Redcay
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Siloam Christian Fellowship Blesses Denver

During the week of June 17-22, REAL Life was able to coordinate the exceptional efforts of Siloam Christian Fellowship's youth group with various needs in the Denver Borough.  The group chose to take their summer missions trip and spend it serving REAL Life and the Borough by painting several buildings in the Denver Memorial Park and working on the landscaping of an area widow.  The group consisted of 20 individuals between the ages of 15 and 54 coming from the Goshen, Indiana area.  They were an amazing blessing to our community!  Thank you, Loren and team for your willingness to serve others!  What an example of God's love!
 
Watch WGAL 8 next week for their first interview with newly formed Northern Lancaster Hub Leaders, Rod Redcay & Penny Talbert!
The Denver House Project continues to build momentum into the Fall! 
Land Development Plans are COMPLETED and Building Permits will be next!
We have reached $2.2 Million and are still looking for Sponsorships.  If you, or someone you know, would like more inforation on how to sponsor, Click Here!

Spaghetti Dinner at Salem Evangelical & Reformed Church A Success!

The members of Salem Evangelical & Reformed Church held a fundraiser meal on June 16 and raised over $1,400 for the REAL Life Community Services' Denver House Project!.  Thank you to all who came, purchased, ate, and especially to those who prepared such a wonderful meal.  We appreciate all the support we receive from our community!

It's volunteers like Clarence Rutt that keep this ministry serving the community!
We need you! 
Volunteer needs:
  • Power Packs food distribution during school year
  • Mentors/volunteers for Mondays and Tuesdays nights starting in September
  • Lawn care at Lighthouse and Transitional Home
  • Simple repairs at both buildings
  • Volunteers for REAL Life Community Services Icy Treats booth at Denver Fair, Sept. 11-15
If you feel led to serve in any of these areas or have other giftings you would like to serve our community with, please email us at sunny@reallcs.org.  We look forward to working with you!
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