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April 26 Bulletin, Transcript, Playlist

click here for video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWJe_BGI_rnKIVJF_YgC66bpltwXEYi1h

click here for blog: https://philipbschmidt.wordpress.com

click here to visit the Tabor website for all worship playlists: https://tabormennonite.org/

In the Bulletin:
-Order of Worship
-Prayer Requests
-Tabor Church Announcements
-Conference Announcements
-New Resources
-MCC: A Century of Service

Also attached:
Children’s Worship Bulletins

April 26.pdf

MCC Celebration Sunday.pdf

Children’s bulletin Ap. 26.pdf

April 19 Bulletin, Sermon Transcript and additional attachments

Today is Holy Humor Sunday! Our Joy is in the Risen Christ!!

Pastor Phil’s Sabbatical: The deacon team has affirmed a request from Pastor Phil to postpone his sabbatical (scheduled to begin on April 20) due to the coronavirus situation. This is a time of uncertainty, and we appreciate the leadership of Pastors Phil, Katherine and Rosie in new and different ways as we journey through this together. Pastor Phil’s sabbatical plans will be determined at a later date.

click here for video playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWJe_BGI_rnKLEUToerX0ZkjgL8mkVJaB

click here for blog: https://philipbschmidt.wordpress.com

In the Bulletin:
-Order of Worship
-Prayer Requests
-Tabor Church Announcements
-Conference Announcements
-Opportunities to Give
-Some things to make you smile

New on the Resource Page:
-Webinar resources in a time of COVID19

Also attached:
Children’s Worship Bulletins

Scripture place mats to color (for children and adults!)

April 19.pdf

Holy Humor Sunday.pdf

April 19 Resources.pdf

Children’s bulletin. 4-19-20.pdf

Scripture_Placemats_for_Kids_English.pdf

Scripture_Placemats_for_Adults_English.pdf

Easter Sunday Bulletin, Transcript, and additonal items



Christ is Risen!
Christ is Risen, Indeed!

On Easter morning, we invite you to get outside for a walk or run, praying a prayer of hope and resurrection, and take a picture of the sunrise. Share that picture with others, perhaps even posting it on the church Facebook Page. As we journey through the darkness of coronavirus and Holy Week, may we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus and the hope we have in our God of life!

click here for video playlist, which will be ready Friday afternoon:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWJe_BGI_rnIjZFwo4jp3YxcxumuKHvpQ

click here for blog: https://philipbschmidt.wordpress.com

In the Bulletin:
-Order of Worship
-Additional Scriptures
-Prayer Requests
-Tabor Church Announcements
-Conference Announcements
-Opportunities to Give
-Easter Lilies in Memory of Loved Ones

New on the Resource Page:
-Western District Conference Hope Fund
Reflecting on Faith and Fear: “Time Such As This” is a FREE edition of the Rejoice devotional i
Dove’s Nest has resources

Also attached:
Hymns for Easter Worship
Children’s Worship Bulletins

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April 12.pdf

April 12 Resources.pdf

Images of the Cross – Victory.pdf

Easter songs.pdf

childrens bulletin 4-12-16.pdf

Easter age 3-6.pdf

Easter age 7+.pdf

April 5 Worship and Holy Weekk Booklet

Tabor Church Family:

Attached are the bulletin for April 5, the worship transcript, a children’s bulletin, and a Holy Week booklet for you to use each day of Holy Week.

click here for video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWJe_BGI_rnLOy1OO921vfoO4sXo1X9Cf
click here for blog: https://philipbschmidt.wordpress.com
Lent at Home resource for families with children (see especially the resources for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday):
http://mennoniteusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Lent-at-Home-2020-single-pages.pdf

Attachments area

April 5.pdf

Holy Week booklet.pdf

Images of the Cross Upside Down King.pdf

April 5 Children’s bulletin.pdf

March 29 bulletin, sermon transcript, children’s worship bulletin and worship link

In light of concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), all in-person meetings and events at Tabor are cancelled/postponed until further notice. In addition, beginning March 30, to help prevent the spread of germs, Tabor Church will remain locked at all times. If you have a need to enter the church building, please call the church at 367-2318. If the need is urgent, you may contact a Trustee as well. Please care for yourself and reach out to a pastor or deacon if you have any concerns or needs for yourself or others.

Click here for the worship video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWJe_BGI_rnJOyOT6uvKiz2clrkDsTHDg

Click here for the worship blog: https://philipbschmidt.wordpress.com

March 29.pdf

Children’s Worship Bulletin32920.pdf

Images of the Cross – Forgiveness.pdf

March 15 Announcements

Congregational Announcements

100 for 100! Throughout Lent, in celebration of 100 years of the work of MCC, our goal is to collect 100 of each item in Relief Kits. The numbers so far:

Soap: 126 Shampoo: 31 Laundry Soap: 26

Toothbrushes: 16 Box Bandages: 4 Pkg. Sanitary Pads: 3

Bath Towels: 13 Combs: 10 Nail Clipper: 2

Please see the shopping lists which were in your mailboxes and continue to bring these items! Celebrate MCC by giving in the name of Christ.

Men’s Bible Study Update: We selected to do a 12 week bible study on Romans. Books are on order and they will be here very soon. The Study is Max Lucado’s Life Lessons from Romans. If you are still interested in attending and didn’t make the first meeting, please let us know and we will order up another group of books. We will still plan on meeting Monday, March 16th at 7 pm. We will start the Romans book study on Monday, March 23rd. Thanks – Nate Ashley & John Unruh

Tabor Church’s week at New Hope Shelter is coming up March 25 through March 31. We are responsible to fill the evening shifts each of those days and the night shifts on March 27 and 28. If you can help, please let Barb Abrahams know. If you have never served before but are interested, there will be a training evening on March 26 at New Hope. If you have questions, please talk to Barb.

Tabor Mennonite Women will be having their annual Salad Supper on Thursday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the Tabor Mennonite Church Hospitality Hall. The speaker is Kate Mast from the MCC Center in N Newton and she will be presenting "The Journey of an MCC Comforter". Please bring a salad to share and bring a guest. We also need two or three ladies who would be willing to work in the kitchen. If you are interested, please contact Sharon Adrian or Barb Banman.

To coincide with the theme for the salad supper, we will be tying comforters Friday and Saturday, March 27 & 28 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. both days. Anyone, including men and children, are welcome to come help tie. We also continue to need comforter tops to tie. Fabric kits are available at the MCC Center in N. Newton, or ask Sharon Adrian or Kim Funk for one. Leave finished tops with Sharon or Kim.

Life-Size Foosball! Tabor Church will be hosting the entire Goessel Community Junior High, 6th-8th graders, for this fun interactive game. Come to the Tabor Church Park on March 29 at 3 pm to see what it’s all about.

Share an Easter Lily in honor/memory of a loved one on Easter Sunday. Names of those to be honored along with names of those sharing the lilies need to be turned in to the church office by Wednesday evening, April 8 to be listed in the bulletin. Lilies need to be brought to the church, clearly marked on the bottom with the name of the donor, and left in the foyer by noon on Saturday, April 11.

Coming up: In lieu of an Easter breakfast, the fellowship team has planned a time of food and fellowship on April 19, which will replace faith formation.

Opportunities to learn about the Doctrine of Discovery: Good Friday, April 10 at 7:00 p.m. at Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church in the Fellowship Hall. The Loss of Turtle Island is a participatory learning experience that depicts the historic relationship between European settlers (including Mennonites) and the Indigenous nations of the land we now call North America. Blankets represent the land and participants represent distinct Indigenous nations who experience colonization, genocide, broken treaties, forced removal, assimilation and termination – in the spirit of the Doctrine of Discovery. We offer this on Good Friday evening as a time to reflect on the suffering of Jesus and how he stood in solidarity with all who have suffered under the weight of occupation and colonization. This experience is profound and thought-provoking and can be done inter-generationally; recommended for Middle School and older. Call Pastor Lois Harder with questions (316) 617.3497

Have you missed a worship service? Sermons can be found on our church website soon after the worship service. The entire service video is kept as an unlisted link. If you would like to watch an entire worship service, simply send an email to Kim Funk (kfunk) and she will email you the link for the service you request. You may also request to be placed on the group email list to receive the worship link weekly.

Support Mennonite Mission Network (MMN): Mission Network is grateful for your financial and prayer support of Dan and Katherine Smith Derksen’s ministry with SADRA during their terms in South Africa. Thank you for helping them to work for peace. God is moving in exciting ways in South Africa. We are grateful to God for the way that Dan and Kathryn have given a lifetime of service to God’s mission in Africa. MMN has received $20,000 for a total of $40,000 after MMN matching dollars, but Mission Network is still short $40,000. MMN will match donations until the end of April, while praying for God to provide the rest of what is needed. Thank you for your past support and for your continued partnership in God’s mission. ~MMN support team

Conference Announcements

Prayer Requests:

« Western District Conference: Pray for WDC congregations in Dallas, TX, as they gather this coming Saturday for a joint worship service and fellowship.

« Mennonite Mission Network: The first professors and administrative personnel to serve Benin Bible Institute when it opened its doors in 1994 are nearing retirement age. MMN requests prayer for the next generation of teachers and administrators to respond to God’s call, and the resources to train them.

« Mennonite Education Agency: Lezha (Albania) Academic Center–Our school has been helping the Roma people who are living in shelters after the November 26 earthquake. Recently, we heard that 29 people from this community, including children and the elderly, are living on the streets. Please pray for our school and community.

Responding to Coronavirus:

“To WDC congregations and leaders,

As the church responds to concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), here are some resources to help address the uncertainties and fears that we face:

Christianity Today is offering a free booklet, “A Concise Coronavirus Guide for Churches” with scriptural and theological reflections, as well as practical guidelines for church activities and planning. The booklet can be downloaded at

https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2020/march-web-only/coronavirus-churches-christians-news-advice-covid-19.html.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides up-to-date information on COVID-19:

– English – https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

– Factsheet – English: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/2019-ncov-factsheet.pdf

In particular, see the CDC’s Resources for Community- and Faith-Based Leaders

at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/organizations/index.html

-Heidi Regier Kreider, WDC Conference Minister

Please join Mennonite Central Committee Central States in our first Young Adult Immigration Learning Tour. May 25-29th, MCC invites young adults to South Texas to raise awareness about the increasing migrant deaths, militarization, environment degradation, effects on habitat and effects on sister communities near the border wall along the Mexico/U.S. border. Participants will increase their understanding and knowledge of the social, economic, political and biblical/theological significance of migration in border communities, including advocacy tools and capacity building to engage others on borderlands and migration issues. Some grants may be available to interested participants with financial need.

For registration or to inquire about a grant, please contact Abby Endashaw,

720-500-3413, abbyendashaw. Final Registration Deadline April 1, 2020.

Camp Mennoscah:

— Dam installation at Camp Mennoscah! March 22, approximately 2pm, we will be putting the dam back in. You are invited to watch the process or to help. Wear appropriate clothes for how you plan to participate and for whatever weather may occur. Watch the Camp Mennoscah Facebook page for any changes.

—The BETTER youth camp discount ends April 1! Get those registrations completed online for Camp Mennoscah’s summer youth camps and save $10. Our theme this summer is This Is Our Prayer. You’ll explore the different ways Christians have prayed throughout history and have grown into the beloved community of God.

—Refresh and Renew! Camp Mennoscah’s Retirees Retreat is April 20-22. We will hear about experiences with Mennonite Disaster Service, travel to the Mennonite Museum in Khiva, Uzbekistan, and enjoy Bible Study, singing, and fellowship over coffee breaks.

Contact and registration for Camp Mennoscah:

Online at www.campmennoscah.org Telephone: 620-297-3290

Email: office Contact: olivia.bartel.

Hesston College Bel Canto Singers will perform their spring break concert, "Lift Our Voices Together," on Tuesday, March 24, at 7 p.m., at Hesston Mennonite Church on the Hesston College campus. The concert features a cappella and accompanied works from Renaissance through contemporary composers with special music by soloists and small ensembles. The concert is free and open to the public, with an offering to be collected for tour expenses.

Bethel College: Sun., March 15 – Last day to view “City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign,” a Smithsonian traveling exhibit, 1:30-4:30 p.m., Kauffman Museum.

Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale

April 17 & 18, 2020

www.kansas.mccsale.org

—2020 is the 100 year anniversary of the Mennonite Central Committee. The Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale would like to celebrate this milestone by gifting MCC ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The Kansas Sale was founded to support the ministry of Relief, Development, and Peace in the name of Christ. This would require 1,000 people to each give $1,000 to get to one million dollars by April 17, the first day of the 2020 Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale. Please send your check made payable to KMRS earmarked "centennial gift" to Tim Miller, Relief Sale Treasurer, 4805 S. Broadacres Rd, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501. If you have questions, please ask your church sale contact person(s) or call Jim Robb, Board Chair at 620-747-0186.

—Coins raised for March 1 and 8 totaled $103.16.

—We are still accepting pre-sale expenses. Put your check in the box of one of the contact persons.

—Be sure and look at the quilts displayed in Hospitality Hall. They will be taken to the MCC center on Monday, March 16.

—Bring any items you have made for the sale to the tables so we can see what you have created. There are already many wonderful projects to view.

—There are boxes under the tables for Quilters Corner, the children’s toy auction, cookbooks etc.

—Look online for ways you can sign up to help at the sale.

—Register for the 5K Run for Relief. Forms are under the mail boxes. Start getting donations to support your run.

—The website is up and going. Check it out. www.kansas.mccsale.org

For more information on all of the above, please see our sale contact persons: Jerry and Leann Toews, Archie and Kristin Schmidt and Eric Litwiller.

March 15 annc.pdf

March 8 Announcements

Congregational Announcements

Another 100 for 100! We’re off to a good start: We collected 102 bars of soap last Sunday. This Sunday we are receiving shampoo. Next Sunday plan to bring bars of laundry soap. Throughout Lent, we are continuing Tabor’s practice of collecting items for Mennonite Central Committee Relief Kits. This year we are adding a challenge. In celebration of 100 years of the work of MCC, let’s bring 100 of each item as designated on the shopping lists that were in your mailboxes. (and of course, you may bring these items on any Sunday) Celebrate MCC by giving in the name of Christ.

What: Men’s Bible Study Kick Off. When: Monday March 9th @ 7:00 pm

Where: Tabor Church Conference Room Why: To help men become faithful followers of Jesus Christ. We are here to walk alongside you on your faith journey if you are just starting out or have been traveling it for years.

Questions: See Nate Ashley or John Unruh

Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum: The 2020 Heritage Fundraiser Dinner will take place on Friday, March 13 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Tabor Mennonite Church Hospitality Hall. Call the museum 620-367-8200 by Monday, March 9 to reserve your ticket. Ticket price is $50 per person. First time to attend is $25 per person (Ages 12 and under $5)

Tabor Mennonite Women will be having their annual Salad Supper on Thursday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the Tabor Mennonite Church Hospitality Hall. The speaker is Kate Mast from the MCC Center in N Newton and she will be presenting "The Journey of an MCC Comforter". Please bring a salad to share and bring a guest. We also need two or three ladies who would be willing to work in the kitchen. If you are interested, please contact Sharon Adrian or Barb Banman.

To coincide with the theme for the salad supper, we will be tying comforters Friday and Saturday, March 27 & 28 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. both days. Anyone, including men and children, are welcome to come help tie. We also continue to need comforter tops to tie. Fabric kits are available at the MCC Center in N. Newton, or ask Sharon Adrian or Kim Funk for one. Leave finished tops with Sharon or Kim.

Life-Size Foosball! Tabor Church will be hosting the entire Goessel Community Junior High, 6th-8th graders, for this fun interactive game. Come to the Tabor Church Park on March 29 at 3 pm to see what it’s all about.

Have you missed a worship service? Sermons can be found on our church website soon after the worship service. The entire service video is kept as an unlisted link. If you would like to watch an entire worship service, simply send an email to Kim Funk (kfunk) and she will email you the link for the service you request. You may also request to be placed on the group email list to receive the worship link weekly.

Last chance for free hymnal: Copies of the old red hymnals are on a table in the Hospitality Hall. Pick one up if you would like one. Any remaining will be taken to MCC for recycling after March 15.

The Second Monday Family History & Genealogy Group will meet on Monday, March 9, 2020, 7:00 p.m., in the Goessel City Building Community Room. Brian Stucky will present the story of the Catlin Cemetery stone and the fascinating account of up to 17 children buried near Peabody. The meeting is free and open to the public.

Conference Announcements

Prayer Requests:

« Western District Conference: Pray for special speaker Patty Shelly and women who gather for the Western District Women in Mission Spring supper this Thursday evening at Faith Mennonite Church.

« Mennonite Mission Network: Rebekah York of MMN is serving at Mennonite Biblical Seminary of Colombia. Pray for her as she helps prepare young leaders and provides continuing education opportunities for seasoned church leaders.

Western District Conference: Leadership Launch: Celebrating and Looking Ahead! – All are invited to a free dessert reception recognizing 5 years of joint partnership of Western District Conference and South Central Conference with Kansas Leadership Center (KLC), on Monday, March 30, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at KLC, 325 E Douglas Avenue, Wichita. Refreshments will be served, with a brief program at 7:00 p.m. featuring greetings and stories from KLC, WDC and SCC about how adaptive leadership is strengthening the church and its ministry. This will also be a time to learn about training opportunities through WDC/SCC’s Leadership Transformation Grant from KLC. The 2020 grant covers full registration cost for a selected number of participants to attend one of KLC’s three primary leadership training programs. For more information, see: http://mennowdc.org/grants/. Members of the Core Team for implementing WDC/SCC’s grant are Heidi Regier Kreider, Kathy Neufeld Dunn, Phil Schmidt, Howard Keim and Isaac Landis.

Mennonite Church USA:

—Lent is a time of purposeful turning toward God. Remember God’s faithful, loving presence and connect with the Rock of our salvation using the free, downloadable Lent At-Home 2020 Worship Guide. http://mennoniteusa.org/resource/lent-at-home-2020/

—Wanted: Financial advisor to United Mission to Nepal, an interdenominational organization that exists to serve the poor and marginalized in the name and spirit of Christ. Work alongside Nepali professionals to ensure that sound financial practices are implemented to properly manage funds. Age: 21+; term: 3 months–2 years. Learn more at www.MennoniteMission.net/Serve.

—Earlier this year, Mennonite Creation Care Network held a webinar entitled, Nurturing a Culture of Creation Care in Congregations. In it, Heather Wolfe of Taftsville Chapel Mennonite Fellowship, Taftsville, Vt., shared her congregation’s inspiring journey. If you missed it, the one-hour webinar is recorded and available here: https://mennocreationcare.org/nurturing-a-culture-of-creation-care-in-congregations/ Notes are provided to guide you to the sections most relevant to your needs.

— Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) is seeking a half-time Executive Director to start between May and September 2020 who is committed to Anabaptist values and the mission of MHF, has proven skills in administration, communication, and networking, and has an intergenerationally compelling vision for MHF. Interested persons are invited to send a resume and statement of intent, including the broad strokes of your vision and thoughts about a strategic plan, to president. More information at www.mennohealth.org.

Mennonite Central Committee:

—Please join MCC Central States in our first Young Adult Immigration Learning Tour. May 25-29th, MCC invites young adults to South Texas to raise awareness about the increasing migrant deaths, militarization, environment degradation, effects on habitat and effects on sister communities near the border wall along the Mexico/U.S. border. Participants will increase their understanding and knowledge of the social, economic, political and biblical/theological significance of migration in border communities, including advocacy tools and capacity building to engage others on borderlands and migration issues. Some grants may be available to interested participants with financial need. For registration or to inquire about a grant, please contact Abby Endashaw, 720-500-3413, abbyendashaw. Final Registration Deadline April 1, 2020.

—Attention all MCC Alumni, make plans now to join MCC at an alumni weekend at Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp, August 7-9! Bring your family for a relaxing weekend at camp, lots more information and a link to the camp registration is now available at jordanpenner or 316-727-6837. We’re already looking forward to a fun weekend together this summer!

Camp Mennoscah:

—Youth Volunteer Weekend is one week away (plus a few days)! Grades 7-12 are invited to come to Camp Mennoscah for Youth Volunteer Weekend on March 13-14 for a time of worship, service, and fellowship. We’ll be singing, serving, and funning! Register online at campmennoscah.org (in the summer youth camp section of registration). Full scholarships are available.

—Kitchen staff for summer youth camps needed! Parents can receive a full camper discount for a full camp week–but you don’t need to be a parent to volunteer!

—Tee shirt contest! Camp Mennoscah is looking for three two-word phrases that represent the important parts of Camp Mennoscah to you. The best combination of phrases will become our camp tee! One (generic) example would be Sing loudly, Play hard, Love God. Send all your amazing phrases to olivia.bartel!

Contact and registration for Camp Mennoscah:

Online at www.campmennoscah.org Telephone: 620-297-3290

Email: office Contact: olivia.bartel.

Bethel College:

—Thurs., March 12, Fri., March 13, Sat., March 14 – Bethel College spring musical: The Theory of Relativity by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill, 7:30 p.m., Krehbiel Auditorium in Luyken Fine Arts Center; tickets in Thresher Shop in Schultz Student Center, weekdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m., or at the door, subject to availability. Content warning: rated PG-13 for adult themes and language.

—Final week to view “City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign,” a Smithsonian traveling exhibit at Kauffman Museum through March 15; hours Tues.-Fri., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Everence will host its popular workshop, Make Medicare an easy step, in North Newton on Tuesday, Mar. 10 and in Hutchinson on Thursday, Mar. 12. Both will begin at 6:30 p.m. Attendees will learn about the various Medicare plans and what they cover; plans that supplement Medicare; and enrollment details and deadlines. The workshop is free, but space is limited! Reserve your spot by contacting Michelle Ramer at 316-283-3800 or michelle.ramer.

Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale

April 17 & 18, 2020

www.kansas.mccsale.org

—2020 is the 100 year anniversary of the Mennonite Central Committee. The Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale would like to celebrate this milestone by gifting MCC ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The Kansas Sale was founded to support the ministry of Relief, Development, and Peace in the name of Christ. This would require 1,000 people to each give $1,000 to get to one million dollars by April 17, the first day of the 2020 Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale. Please send your check made payable to KMRS earmarked "centennial gift" to Tim Miller, Relief Sale Treasurer, 4805 S. Broadacres Rd, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501. If you have questions, please ask your church sale contact person(s) or call Jim Robb, Board Chair at 620-747-0186.

—We want to encourage MANY of you; young and old alike to take part in the 5K for the Centennial. Walking or running are both GREAT for your mind and body. Pick up a green sheet under the mailboxes or sign up on line.

—Tables for the Items you are making for the Centennial MCC Sale this year are set up in the Hospitality Hall. It is not too late to plan to make something special.

—There are boxes under the table to collect good quality items you no longer use. Material scraps bring in $20,000 each year at the sale!!! Cookbooks are always a hot item. Toys are good for the kids. What do you have to contribute?

—You woodworkers; start the sawdust flying and make something creative for the centennial.

—Quilt deadline is March 16. Forms for quilts can be found on the sale website.

—Plan to start bulbs with your children at home. Teach them how to correctly water plants and the value of helping others. Start dividing succulents such as aloevera. Start vegetable seedlings such as tomatoes, cucumbers; etc.

—Service Opportunities at KMRS: The Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale invites you to join our family. There is variety of committee openings including an Urgent Need for a Treasurer; Domestic Arts Verenike Booth Committee Members; Feeding the Multitude Sausage Baking Chair on Saturday; Verenike Frying Chair Friday; and New Year’s Cookie committee. See your Relief Sale Liaison for details on these opportunities.

—The website is being added to regularly: www.kansas.mccsale.org

For more information on all of the above, please see our sale contact persons: Jerry and Leann Toews, Archie and Kristin Schmidt and Eric Litwiller.

March 8 annc.pdf