WHAT'S HAPPENING

Catsup Sunday

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Summer is a time for vacations and fun. But often we forget to give regularly especially when we are away on vacation. 


Sunday Sept 15th is "Catch-up" Day. Pray for our church as we strive to "Catch up" in our giving.   

1ST ANNUAL COMMUNITY PIG ROAST

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On SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29th we will be hosting our first ever COMMUNITY PIG ROAST!

Starting at 3:00 PM and tickets are just $12 ($15 at the door) but we strongly suggest that you buy your tickets in advance as there will be a limited number available. We will also have lots of sides such as corn and salads. 


PLEASE SIGN UP HERE!

WINTER MARKET

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Get a jump on your holiday shopping at our annual Holiday Market with Basket Raffle and Silent Auction on Saturday Nov 16th.


Vendor will be there selling local artisan goods are welcome to join us. Vendor fees are only $20


We will also have a bake sale and the ever famous Advent Cafe'!


 


End 68 Hours of Hunger

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Ending Childhood Hunger in America

One School at at Time

This program puts nourishing food in the hands of school children to carry them through the weekend. Each bag of food costs $10 each week and provides two breakfasts, two lunches, and three dinners for a child, with some left over to share!


Please help us by donating these items to this great program. 

Peanut Butter – 18 oz plastic

Saltines / Graham Crackers

Canned Beef Stew

Canned Pasta – Beefaroni, Ravioli

Canned Soup – 12-20 oz size

Hormel Complete Meals

Macaroni and Cheese

Fruit Cups – 4 pack

Granola Bars/Nutrition Bars

Instant Flavored Rice or Noodles

Instant Flavored Potatoes

Tuna or Chicken or Pulled Pork – 10 oz or smaller cans

Instant Oatmeal individual packets

Pudding Cups – 4 pack

Got Lunch

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The Mission of the Got Lunch program in the Jaffrey Rindge community is to ensure that all children always have access to a healthy meals.   

The  Got Lunch is a volunteer-run program and is funded through donations  received from individuals,  organizations and businesses in the  community.

 

Recognizing that many children in the Jaffrey-Rindge school district are dependent on the healthy lunch program  provided by the school to provide proper nutrition, but that no
such program  existed while school was in recess.