Upcoming Events –

Jan
21
Mon

Martin Luther King Day of Service

Jan 21 all-day

Office Closed

Jan 21 all-day

Rise Against Hunger Meal Packing Event @ Fiesta Center

Jan 21 @ 9:00 am

Rise Against Hunger Meal Packing Event @ Fiesta Center

2019 Rise Against Hunger Meal Packaging Event

Monday, January 21
9 am – 11:00 am

120 Volunteers are Needed!

Join us on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service as we attempt to pack 28,000 meals to be distributed around the world to countries in need.

Please sign up in the Gathering area, or sign up online here.

Childcare will be provided in the Splash Room for kids 4 and under. Please indicate if child care will be needed on the registration form.  

Eight strong volunteers are also needed to help unload the truck at 7:30 am.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the purchase of the meals!

Sunshine Memory Café @ Pit

Jan 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Sunshine Memory Café @ Pit

A Memory Café is a place where you can go to just socialize and have fun with other people who have worries about their memory. At a memory café, people can relax and just be themselves, enjoy activities, share their stories and socialize with others, knowing that no one judges them and all who are there are going through almost the same things that they go through every day. We have no real agenda except to enjoy each other’s company. There may be games, crafts, music, art, speakers, and occasional field trips to local places of interest to the group. All in formation shared at the memory cafe will be held strictly confidential. Who should come? Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment, early-stage Alzheimer’s or memory loss, and their care partners. When and where will it be held? Every Monday 10:00 a.m. to Noon, starting October 16, 2017 United Methodist Church, 129 S. High Street, West Chester    
Cost: Free

Discussion on Racism @ Sanctuary

Jan 21 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Discussion on Racism @ Sanctuary

Featuring David Billings, author of Deep Denial, The Persistence of White Supremacy in the United States History and Life.

David Billings is an anti-racist trainer and organizer with The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, a New Orleans based group led by people of color and the premier anti-racism training group in the country. A former Methodist minister, he has spent 40 years working for racial justice.

Light refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by the South District of the Eastern PA Conference of the United Methodist Church