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Anyone is welcome to participate in any activity. You don’t have to be a member, just come and have fun with a friendly group of people.   

  No pressure, no preaching, just fun!

 

 

 

VBS


 

Aug 6-10 

 

5:30-8

 

Ages 3 through completed 5th grade

 

Games, Bible Adventures, imagination

 

Station, snacks, singing and more!

 

Meet new friends and grow in love!  

 

Call 610-374-8451 to register or vounteer!

 

 

 

Fun First Friday - Back in the Fall, 6-8pm

 

Children, ages 3-16, and their parents, grandparents

and friends will have an evening of fun: basketball,

games, parachute, relays, and your imagination in

Fellowship Hall. Healthy snack and water provided.

Join in a parental discussion with Dr. Don

Robinson.

Everyone needs to celebrate the end of a week

with friends. Volunteers are needed. Please contact

Sue Blatt nugloch@aol.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 Coffee, Crafts, & Chatter Nighttime –4th Tuesday, January through October. (no meeting during the summer).


We invite you to come out to our craft nights – once a month. We meet on the 4thTuesdays, from 7-9 pm at Nancy Dotter's house. (It's really close to church! See her for directions). You don’t have to be real “crafty”. If you have any questions, please see or email Nancy Dotter (nancy.dotter@gmail.com).

 

Every Wednesday, 5:30: T'ai Chi and Quigong in Fellowship Hall (Rain or cold weather) or at Gring's Mill (in nice weather.)

 

Book Club, usually the second Sunday at noon. See the separate tab marked book club for more info. All readers welcome.

 

 

 

From Poverty to Community…

You’ve heard the old adage: “give a man a fish and he eats for a day—teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime.” A group from local churches is looking into a ministry that will do the latter—a ministry called Open Table. The Open Table model is a comprehensive, structured process, which helps members of congregations to enter into a mutual relationship with our brothers and sisters in poverty. Through a one year process Open Table helps a brother or sister to break the cycle of poverty to gain self-sufficiency.

Want to learn more?  Visit the Open Table website at: www.theopentable.org

 

                              See you at the

 

               Wyomissing Church of the Brethren

 

               2200 State Hill Rd. Wyomissing