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People Enjoying People (P.E.P.)
Luncheon

There is a right time for everything: …A time to plant; A time to harvest… A time to laugh…
Ecclesiastes 3:2&4



When: Tues., October 21
Time: Noon
Topic: Crock-pot Cooking
Speaker: Michelle Mattia (Dietician from ShopRite)
Potluck:
Bring a dish to share

Michelle Mattia has been with the ShopRite store for over 4 years as their dietician. She will share many ways to use a crock pot and will also bring some prepared recipes for everyone to sample. It’s a great time to learn how easy and time-saving it is to use this wonderful appliance.

If you have any questions contact Joan Lawson at (860) 745-5211.



A Crier Calling?

Are you an organized, creative person who is excited about sharing the many opportunities for worship, study, ministry, mission and fellowship that Calvary offers? Have you always wondered if you missed your calling to work for The New York Times?

The Calvary Crier is in need of a new editor. If you think you might be interested or want to find out what is involved, please contact Leslie OBrien.



October Celebrations

Birthdays


1 Nehemiah Lawson
2 Pamela Lall Brown,
Roy Marocchini
3 Bill Gardner
4 Robbie Swan
5 Eva Cushman,
Leah Cushman,
Alexander Crafts
8 Katy Lee
12 Jennifer Shew
13 Heidi Rubin
14 Charlene Armstrong
17 Angie Massetti
20 Ryan Farrell,
Trish Farrell
21 Katherine Riendeau,
Rowenna Burn
22 Karen Marocchini
Angelina Pease
23 Jill Singer
26 Hal Hall
29 Ruth Rayna,
John Hamilton
31 Chris Farrelly,
Jim Markey,
Mike Massetti,
Chris Sorel,
Mark Sorel


Anniversaries

Dick & Susan Sterling
October 1, 1966

Chris & Kathleen Farrelly
October 2, 1999

Bill & Katy Lee
October 4, 1997

Jim & Deb Woodworth
October 10, 1981

Danny & Jayne Blanchette
October 23, 1999

Ted & Cathy Perrill
October 24, 1970

John & Jennifer Hamilton
October 25, 2008

Chick & Karren Zenzick
October 25, 1986



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Enfield, CT 06082
calvarychurchenfield.org
(860) 745-5211


Save the Date:
Calvary Presbyterian Church -
Celebrating 175 Years of Our History


November 15 & 16, 2014

Join us Saturday, November 15, for a catered celebration dinner and program. Sunday, November 16, we will gather for a combined worship service as we celebrate Calvary’s 175 years of church history. It will be a time of reflection, celebration and praise.

Further details will follow with times and costs for the catered dinner. So, mark your calendars and save the date!

- Calvary’s Worship Committee




Steve’s Space: A Firm Foundation

For a couple of summers during college I worked for a company which specialized in concrete foundations. I remember one job where we were trying to dig a trench for some footings in very sandy soil. The more that we dug, more the sand would just fill in. Finally had to give up… and bring in someone who could scrape the sandy soil away so that the foundation could be poured on solid ground. continued




Deacons’ Corner

The Deacons would like to thank all who attended the Annual Pancake Breakfast and a huge thank you to the cooks. Once again it was a wonderful time of fellowship to kick off the beginning of another fun-filled, Spirit-filled year at Calvary.

The Fall Friendship Feast bring-a-guest potluck is on the calendar for October 18, 2014 at 5:30 pm. Desserts and drinks will be provided. A sign up sheet will be in the Fellowship Mall. If anyone who would like to come and needs a ride please contact Penny Farrell or any one of the Deacons.

God’s Peace and Blessing Always
The Board of Deacons





Calvary Church
Men’s Ministry
is Looking for YOU!!


Many men would like to grow in faith and service to the Lord, but are not sure how to do it. If this describes you, a new ministry to men here at Calvary may be able to help.

The Mission Statement of the ministry is:
“Calvary Men’s Ministry exists to encourage and empower men to grow together in Christian faith and service.”

This is in line with Calvary’s vision to “Love God, Love One Another, and Make Disciples.”

The Ministry is still in the planning stages, with a number of potential activities envisioned for the future: small groups (study and prayer), speakers, get togethers and ongoing active participation in the daily life of Calvary, as well as the community at large.

If this interests you, and you have questions, please talk with any of the ministry leadership team…and please pray for them!

Dan Blanchette, Butch Plude, Dick Sterling, Rick Wezowicz

God Bless!!







Reflections: Power Surge

Automotive programs are definitely not at the top of my TV viewing choices (yawn) and what I know about cars, motorcycles, etc. you could put on the head of a pin. Yet a few nights ago I was curiously drawn to watching just such a program already in progress as I returned home from a meeting. It seems a fast food drive-in corporation had contracted to have a 1968 Camaro SS convertible fashioned into a retro-mod to be used for promotional purposes. For those of you who don’t know (I didn’t.) a retro-mod is an old muscle car that has been retro-fitted. It still looks like an old ’68 Camaro SS. But everything else about it is 2014 on steroids. continued





Music News



You’re invited!
Singers, especially Altos
To Worship through Music
   with the Choir
Come, be inspired
Come, to inspire
Wednesdays,
   7:15 pm in the choir room
Sundays,
   8:15 am for the 9:00 service

- Lori Bourret


“Sorry looks back. Worry looks around. Faith looks up.”
(Montana Meanderings – Bonnie Yeo)






Successful Clothes Drive

Thank you to everyone who donated clothes to the St. Patrick’s A&P store! Thirteen huge bags were delivered to be handed out to those in need. God bless you for your generosity!
- Sheila Beaudry




Calvary’s Youth Ministry:
Ignite The Flame


Love God…Live the Gospel…
Love and Serve others through Christ


Sunday School and Wednesday night Youth Group are both in full swing…and it’s still a perfect time for newcomers to join!

Everyone is invited to join with the youth in serving at Loaves & Fishes soup kitchen at 28 Prospect Street on the first Sunday of each month. So, find us there on Sunday, October 5, from 2-5:30 pm! We prepare and serve meals and share God’s love with the customers. A permission slip is required for teens 14 and older to attend; teens under the age of 14 must attend with a parent or guardian. Contact Leslie OBrien or Corinne Brzyz with questions.




Hugs ‘n Hope:
Support & Fellowship Group for Women
who are Widowed, Divorced or Single


Our October Gathering:
An Afternoon of Autumn Delight at the Movies


Come join us as we gather for a fun time of fellowship and entertainment in an “Afternoon at the Movies”. Our movie will be a video from the Light and Sound production of “A Story of Redemption – Ruth”. Please bring movie snacks for sharing.

When: Saturday, November 18, 2014
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Where: “The Pumpkin Patch” – Calvary Church – Room UL 8

Please RSVP to Janice at (860)763-2936.




A Note from the Welcome Ministry

We in the Welcome ministry would like to thank everyone who stopped at the Ministry table we had set up during our wonderful Pancake Breakfast, thank you Deacons for all your hard work. More importantly though we would like to thank those that stepped up to the plate and signed up. We are still short Welcomers for the 2nd service if anyone is interested!

There are many of our family members who do so much for our church already, and we want to thank you all for the help. But that is what makes a church a family, when we all pitch in and make it ‘work’. Our Father see our work. As said in Hebrew 6:10 “God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them.”