A quick look at meetings and rehearsals this week.
Monday, November 11
6:30pm: Drama Ministry Rehearsal
7:00pm: MIS Dance Rehearsal
Tuesday, November 12
6:30pm: Health Ministry Meeting (Classroom #3)
7:00pm: Men of Faith Leaders Meeting (Classroom #2)
Saturday, November 16
10:30am: Missionary Meeting (Classroom #2)
The Better Way Program phone number (202) 396-4289 or (202) 396-4290 and fax number (202) 396-4877.
REMINDER FROM THE USHERS: There will be no Entry or Re-entry down the Center Aisle, once the Minister steps to the Podium in the Pulpit to deliver the Sermon. EVERYONE must use side doors please. Thank you
Attention New Members: If you have not picked up your Baptism pictures, please see Sis. LaVerne Baptist or Sis. Shereen Turner.
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, May 22, 2020 The Seniors Ministry is sponsoring a trip to see Esther at Sight & Sound Theatre, Lancaster, PA. Esther is one of the most riveting Bible stories of the Old Testament. The cost is $130.00 which includes transportation, lunch and show. $30 deposit due by November 3, 2019, Final payment is due March 31, 2020. Contacts: Mary Allen, Sandra Payne, Carol Simms. Flyers are in the vestibule. (Deposit is Non Refundable after January 5, 2020)
Higher Education Ministry All current and former recipients of a PRBC scholarship are asked to submit a picture of themselves along with the following info: their name, college(s) attended, and degree(s) received. This information should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 15, 2019.
All high school students are asked to complete the High School Students Information Form in the vestibule.
ATTENTION all Federal and DC Government Employees! The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and DC One Fund Programs are underway in your departments and agencies. Our Better Way Program has been approved as a charity so please consider making a donation this year. CFC #32934 and DC One Fund #9208.
Now – Sunday, December 8: CHARITY TREE – In the spirit of giving, members are asked to select an ornament from the tree and purchase a gift card for $25.00 from Target or Walmart. We will provide services to men, women, and children from Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church. All gift cards with the receipt attached should be returned by Sunday, December 8.
Wednesday, November 13 – Friday, November 15, 7pm Church’s 46th & Pastor’s 42nd Pre-Anniversary Revival
Sunday, November 17, Both Services Church’s 46th & Pastor’s 42nd Anniversary Service.
7:45am: Pastor John D. Chaplin, Progress for Christ Baptist Church
11:00am: Pastor Khalfani Drummer, Gethsemane Baptist Church
Wednesday, November 27, 7pm Joint Thanksgiving Service. The Abyssinia Baptist Church family will be our special guest.
Thursday, November 28 Thanksgiving Holiday, Church closed
Sunday; December 1, both Services “Let’s Go Red for Higher Ed” Scholarship Fund. “Men and Women in RED” sponsored by the Deaconess to benefit the SCHOLARSHIP FUND. Each individual is asked to contribute $10. For more information see Deaconess Bettina Ford.
Wednesday, December 25 Christmas Holiday. Church office closed.
Tuesday, December 31, 10pm Watch Night Service. All are invited.
FREE FLU SHOTS at Kaiser Permanente available to everyone at no cost . No appointment necessary. Picture ID required. For the most up-to-date information, call 703-359-7878 or go to www.kp.org/locations.
The DC Public Library wants to make reading with your child fun and easy. The Books from Birth, a program mails all enrolled kids in D.C. a free book each month from birth until they turn five. Parents must register for this program.. Enroll at www.dclibrary.org/booksfrombirth
Safe-at-Home Program: The District of Columbia Office on Aging (DCOA) and the Department of Housing and Community Development provides in-home preventative adaptations to reduce the risk of falls for qualifying seniors age 60 and above and adults with disabilities (ages 18-59). The program was expanded to provide eligible residents with a private security camera system. To apply and for information visit www.dcoa.dc.gov/safe-home or call 202-724-5626.
Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland offers Aging-in-Place services for income qualified citizens age 65 and over in Montgomery and Prince Georges’ Counties. (For additional information pick up a flyer in the vestibule.)
Department of Employment Services, DC Infrastructure Academy Free Training Program for DC residents. Initial qualifications: High School Diploma or GED, Pass Drug Test & Criminal Background Check. For information email DCIA@dc.gov or call 202-899-6040. Flyers are in the vestibule.