Calendar of Events
Events subject to change
Information on all church events should be submitted to the church
office so that events can be posted on
the church calendar and also publicized on slides,
bulletin announcements and in the
Cemetery Meeting: September 5 at 7:00PM
Meeting: September 10
Pierogie Party: YOU ARE INVITED! September
13th & 14. e filling
will be made on Friday morning Sept. 13 starting at 8:30AM.
Sept. 14th at 8:30AM come help make the pierogies.
Cycle Out Homelessness: September
28 at 10AM (D&L Trail) Adults & Virtual
Participants: $35; Kids $15 (Bike Race
for Kids at 9AM) T-Shirts, Lunch in Park, Bake Sale
& Basket Raffle Register or Donate:
Chicken & Waffles Dinner: Saturday,
October 5 3-6PM
Family Promise Hosting: October
6-12 Contact Karen Hayman to help or donate.
Fall Festival: October
12 10AM – 3PM
Makers/Quilters during the months of July and August.
Confirmation Class Forming:
Please contact the Church Office
by August 18.
meeting will be held on September 3 at 6:00 PM in the Confirmation
Sunday School Kickoff
8 at 9:15 AM
Penn Northeast Conference: Gwilym T. Williams Scholarship
If you are a college or graduate student who is preparing for a career either as a/an Ordained
Minister, Certified Teacher or Educator, Doctor of Medicine then you may qualify for a scholarship
grant from the Gwilym T. Williams Scholarship Fund. For more information, please visit the PNEC
website at www.pnec.org to obtain an application form.
If you would like to call the conference office the phone number is 610-826-3113.
“A Small Camp
with a Big God!”
Junior Camp – August 11-17 grades 4-6
Pastor Michelle Newton
Children’s Camp – August 2 – age 6 to
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Will resume on September 6th.
Thursday mornings at 10AM
Please consider joining
this small group as we begin
a new study on 1 Corinthians…
“Be Wise” by Warren W. Wiersbe
The Sunday School Discussion Group is beginning a new
book by Dr. David Jeremiah entitled “Angels”
who they are and how they help…what the
Join Cub Scout Pack 756
Sunday evenings at 6 PM at the Andreas Sporting Club…come and sign up! Ages Kindergarten
through 6th grade …combines fun with educational activities and lifelong values. Cub Scouting is
designed to support and encourage family and community involvement. For more info, contact Cub
Master, Hans Krause
610-476-2341 or email at email@example.com Facebook @ West Penn Cub Pack
Pictorial Directory: Changes of address, phone number, family
info., etc. should be
submitted to the church office 570-386-3870 as soon as possible so we will have
an accurate listing in the back of the directory. ___________________________________________________________________________________
PIZZA and QUESTIONS??? – Come with questions about your
faith; about the Bible…4
Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM.
Where: St. Peter’s Resource
Center, Weissport, PA….
Call Pastor McGowan for more information.
Beginners Country Line Dancing
9:30 – 11:30AM
Free will offering
Contact Dot Eberts for more information
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Thursday mornings at 10AM
Please consider joining.
Coffee Hour has resumed. Volunteers are needed.
HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT – If you are interested in finding out more about hosting a foreign
exchange student, please check out the information on the counter in the
Feel free to take
a packet along to read at home. Contact
information is included in the literature.
Ben Salem Church – Facebook Page
Members and non-members can search for and “Like” our page. The page will be kept up to date with devotions, events, concerts, fundraisers, youth group events, etc. Please take the time to view this page.
Ben Salem ChurchT-Shirts, Sweatshirts & Hooded Sweatshirts are available …stop by the Coffee Hour table between services on Sundays to purchase.
T-shirts - $10
Sweatshirts - $15
Hooded Sweatshirts - $20
Sharon Elder is in charge of this project.
Adult & Children sizes…orders can also be placed if your size is not available.
Giant Gift Cards: Anyone who shops at Giant can help with no extra cost to you. All you have to do is
buy Giant Cash Cards from us and then use them the same as cash when you purchase your groceries or gas. For
every $100 you spend at Giant using these cards instead of cash, the church gets $5. If interested, call Sue Messina