February 24, 2019
SOUPER TIME at Clifton Men’s Shelter
The children of Columbia Presbyterian Church raised over $150 for the Clifton Men’s Shelter. Church members and friends then hosted the annual Souper Bowl Party for the men of Clifton Men’s Shelter.
March 6 at 6:30 p.m.
A CHORAL PRESENTATION TO BENEFIT
DECATUR-AREA EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE MINISTRY
Sunday, March 3, 2019 4:00 p. m.
Avondale Pattillo United Methodist Church
3260 Covington Highway, Decatur, GA 30032
The Decatur Civic Chorus, in conjunction with other local choral groups is sponsoring a concert to benefit DEAM and the people of the community they serve. DEAM provides emergency help for local residents when financial difficulty prevents a person from buying food or prescription medication or paying a utility bill. Support for DEAM comes from twenty-two local churches and from individuals like you.
The following groups will be participating in the concert:
Avondale Pattillo UMC Choir
The Bubba Rays, A Gospel Ensemble, Columbia Presbyterian Church
Church Street Station, a bluegrass group Decatur Civic Chorus
Admission is free. However, attendees are encouraged to make a cash donation to DEAM. Alternatively, donations of canned food, packaged cereal and pasta, paper goods, and basic toiletry essentials to benefit DEAM.
For more information, the website for DEAM is:
DCM’s 50th Birthday Bash
In 2019, Decatur Cooperative Ministry will be celebrating 50 years of service in DeKalb County.
From our first meeting of concerned citizens and faith-based leaders in 1969,
we’ve been working hard to help our neighbors in need.
Now, it’s time to celebrate.
Join us on Friday, March 22nd, at 5 p.m.
as we fill The Solarium at Historic Scottish Rite
with good music, great friends, and some sweet treats.
Come prepared to bid on some excellent auction items–including the chance to win an international getaway!
Learn more (and see how else you can help us celebrate) here: https://www.decaturcooperativeministry.org/dcm/50years/
EVENTS COMING UP
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!
All events are at Columbia Theological Seminary
701 S. Columbia Dr., Decatur 30030
Monday, February 25th @ 12:30-1:30 pm – Lunch & Learn
Over lunch Katie Archibald-Woodward will share about her visual and voiced storytelling exhibition Our Home is the Holy Land. The group will then walk to the Harrington Center to experience the exhibit. Notes: Bring ear buds for listening to the audio stories. A limited number of sets will also be available to borrow. Bring your own lunch or see what the cafeteria is serving up! Location: Ellis Room, Richards Center
Monday, February 25th @ 7-9 pm – Film Screening Killing Gaza
“A documentary about life under siege” during the war in Gaza in 2014 created by journalists Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen. Location: Harrington Auditorium (basement level)
Tuesday, February 26th @ 4:30-7 pm – Artist’s Reception
Join Katie Archibald-Woodward for an in-depth exploration of her current visual and voiced storytelling exhibition Our Home is the Holy Land. Brief comments by the artist begin at 5:45 pm, with discussion to follow. Note: Bring ear buds for listening to the audio stories. A limited number of sets will also be available to borrow.
Location: Harrington Center (main level)
Tuesday, March 12th @ 7-9 pm – Film Screening Imprisoning A Generation
This multi-faceted event will include 30 minutes of in-depth exploration of Our Home is the Holy Land, a screening of the 50-minute documentary Imprisoning A Generation, and a discussion to follow. Location: Harrington Auditorium (basement level)
Questions? Contact Katie Archibald-Woodward – [email protected]
First Friday Fellowship
March 1 at 7 p.m.
Thursday Night, March 21 at 7 p.m.
Food . . . Fellowship . . . Plenty of Music and Worship
Join Us for a Great Series
Join us at 9:45 a.m. for coffee and study
Decatur-area Emergency Assistance Ministry provides emergency help for local residents to prevent homelessness and hunger.
Help Fill Up the DEAM Food Pantry
canned chili (with or w/out beans)
canned baked beans
canned beef ravioli
canned mandarin oranges
small pkgs of yellow rice
small boxes of corn muffin mix
I was hungry…and you gave me something to eat
If you have a prayer request, please contact the church office at 404-284-2441
or email at [email protected]
H. N. Towrey, Kay Potter, Dru Carter, Jack and Nonagene Freeman, Dot Smythe
Hospitalized in the American Hospital in Paris following ruptured appendix
Hospitalized following car accident
Hospitalized with breathing difficulties
Death of Grandmother
Broken Toe Joint
Nicole Miller’s Father
Continued treatment for cancer
David Bussie’s Nephew, Darius
Charlotte McCord’s Niece, Carol
Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal