Thanksgiving Turkey Prep Starts Now!
Each year, CTR prepares 3,000 meals for our annual Thanksgiving Meal at Monarch Gardens in Appleton. Our hope is that no one in our community spends Thanksgiving Day alone or hungry. You can be a part of this amazing effort by gathering your small group, Bible study or some friends (groups of 6-8 work best) to spend an evening deboning cooked turkeys in the CTR kitchen. Time commitment of 1-2 hours. Email Stacey & Brian Zempel or call 920.209.2075 to sign up!
Thanksgiving Meal Donations
Drop off donations in the lobby and be part of this year’s meal: Instant mashed potatoes ● Boxed stuffing ● Apple pies ● Miracle Whip ● Butter ● Jars of dill pickle spears ● Pumpkin pies ● Canned green beans ● Canned yams ● Canned cranberry sauce ● Cream of mushroom soup ● Raw baby carrots ● Cans of French-fried onions ● Pitted medium black olives ● Paper grocery bags (with handles) ● Styrofoam meal boxes
Volunteer Drivers and Meal Help
Deliver meals, provide transportation to guests, or serve at Monarch Gardens 11 am-2 pm!
Sun., Nov. 5 • 10:30 AM - 12 PM
If the next step in your spiritual life is becoming a member of Christ The Rock, we would be happy to welcome you during our next Membership Class. First, view the membership videos online. Then, register online to attend the Membership Class on Sun., Nov. 5.
Surviving the Holidays • DivorceCare: Nov. 10 • 6:30-8:30 GriefShare: Nov. 14 • 6:00-7:30 pm
The holidays can be so painful for people grieving in the aftermath of a death or a divorce. Find support and ideas for coping with loss. No registration required; $6 for each workshop.
Food Pantry Needs...
Christ The Rock’s Food Pantry serves over 600 people/200 families each year, thanks to your weekly contributions! Currently, we are running low on dry/boxed cereal and diapers. Could you add an item to your shopping cart this week? Drop off your donations on the shelves just inside the front lobby doors.
Our heartfelt condolences to...
Ken and Deb Micholic, on the loss of Deb’s sister, Jane Dashner.
Chema and Lynne Paba, on the loss of Chema’s mother, Elizabeth Paba.