Coppertop News Archives

Wednesday Night Meals

April 7, 2016

Share the joy of hands-on hospitality and master a simple recipe for a crowd (sloppy joes, spaghetti, hotdish, soup, sandwiches, whatever).  Volunteers are needed to prepare, serve and clean up simple suppers during the school year.  Every group in the church is encouraged to sign up for one or more Wednesdays.  Learn how to whip up a meal for 60 with the guidance & menu suggestions from Parish Nurse Linda Wiig and our experienced volunteers.  Get some friends together and sign up today!

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Capital Campaign & Project Update

April 7, 2016

The Trustees have reviewed funds available for the coming 2016 Summer construction season and have approved bids from Jamar Co. for the remaining roof work. They are reviewing final recommendations for the Upper Sanctuary windows. Our pledged funds and those received show that tuckpointing could proceed in 2017.

Your contributions are greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a new or additional contribution, or consider donating a portion of a tax refund this spring, it would give us a boost to finish our projects in a more timely fashion. Help us complete our campaign so we can look forward to completing the remaining projects as soon as funds are available.

Our next fundraising event is a Game Night on Friday, April 15. We hope it will be a fun community-building event we might host a few times a year. Look for a summer event or two and in the Fall a special evening on Sept. 16.

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Faith and Film: The Way

April 7, 2016

April 24 will be the night for April’s Faith and Film. We will be watching The Way, which stars Martin Sheen and was directed by his son Emilio Estevez. Sheen plays an American doctor who travels to Europe to deal with the tragic death of his son. He decides to stay and walk “The Way of St. James” (El Camino de Santiago) in honor of his deceased son. The film is rated PG-13 and will roll at 6:30 p.m. in the movie room.

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