Apostles’ Life Group
The Apostles’ Life Group is composed of 11 members ranging from the ages of 6 to 80. They meet monthly for a study and social time, and also go on a weekend retreat every fall. This year’s retreat focused on The Beatitudes.
Apostles Book Club meets the second Tuesday of every month at 2:00 p.m. in the church library. For questions, contact Clara Kosmela at 569-9960.
Coffee and treats are served between the worship services giving people an opportunity to socialize.
Members who participate in Dining Around are randomly grouped with a handful of other members for the purpose of fun and fellowship. Each group meets monthly for four months and decides how they would like to structure their time together. Popular ways have been sharing dinners each month in each others’ homes, trying new restaurants for each get together, meeting for breakfasts, hosting wine and cheese gatherings, or attending concerts or sports activities together. At the end of the four months, new groups are formed and with the opportunity to meet another group of people and forge new friendships. For more information, call Jane Higgs at 717-392-5945.
The Annual Garage Sale is always held on the Friday and Saturday following Easter, featuring clothing, books, plants, household goods, antiques, sports equipment, toys, and much, much more. Donations are welcome. Garage Sale hours are Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Food is available to eat in or take home. For questions, donations, or offers to help, contact Joanne Shenberger at 717-397-5828.
This is a program of fun and fellowship designed to appeal to mature members of the congregation and their friends. Programs vary from speakers of interest to sharing a meal. They begin at 1 pm with a dessert social, followed by the scheduled program at 1:30. Tell your friends! Everyone is welcome. New topics are announced on our website at www.apostlesucc.org/category/get-involved.
The New Beginnings motto: “We stand for fun, fellowship, education, prayer, and mission.”
Remember the fun we had when Lisa High from Bollman’s Hat Factory in Adamstown presented the history of men’s hats? It ended with a fantastic fashion show by 14 of our men!
Share the Bounty
This is a seasonal program where church members bring produce from their gardens to share with others.