Back by popular demand! The snow is definitely behind us, so it’s time to get out and enjoy the spring weather! On Wednesday mornings at 10am (during the Easter season), you are invited to join us on as we walk and explore sections of the Harleysville Bike path. After reading a short portion of the Road to Damascus Bible story, we will walk a 2-mile section of the path. Below is a schedule of where we will meet each week. Come out and join us!
April 4 & 11 – Alvin C. Alderfer Park located at 420 Oak Drive, Harleysville
April 18 – Heckler Plains Park located at 237 Landis Rd., Harleysville
April 25 – Corner of Yoder & Kulp Roads, behind Indian Valley Middle School
May 2 – Harleysville Little League fields located on Gruber Road behind Indian Valley Faith Fellowship Church
May 9 – Charles L. Reed Memorial Park located at 155 Clemens Road, Harleysville
Senior Ministries Trip to Ott’s Exotic Plants and Greenhouse
April 24, 2018
Rain Date April 25, 2018
We will depart from St. Paul’s at 9:30AM for a tour of Ott’s Exotic Plants and Greenhouse in Schwenksville. After our tour, there will be time to just look around and absorb the delights of spring or make some purchases and take some delights of spring home with you. On the way home, we will be stopping for lunch at Moccia’s Train Stop, also in Schwenksville.
Remember, St. Paul’s Senior Events are open to everyone! Members, friends, neighbors, and people of all ages!
Please sign up on the poster on the Senior Ministry Board in the Narthex and advise if you would be willing to drive.
It’s Time to Sign Up for Bear Creek Summer Camp!
The theme for this year is “This Changes Everything.” (based on Ephesians 2:8). All youth in the congregation grades 1-12 are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to “Explore, celebrate and grow in God’s creation! “ See Janet Lincoln for an Ambassador’s Discount Coupon. There are many other discounts and scholarships available to make this opportunity available for all. Check out the display on the bulletin board between the library and Parlor, go to www.bearcreekcamp.org or see Janet Lincoln, our Bear Creek Camp Ambassador, for more information.
PS. Do you or your child get anxious about the thought of them being away from home without you? Why not try Family Camp this year! A week is too long? There are also family weekend sessions offered Memorial and Labor Day weekends! Reminder- cabins instead of tents, and no meal preparation or cleanup!