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@ Brookside . . . Week of April 14


EASTER AT BROOKSIDE CHURCH

  • Please note, there will not be a Maundy Thursday service this year.

  • We will have a Good Friday Tenebrae Service on April 19 at 7pm featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.

  • Join us for breakfast on Easter morning in Scialla Hall at 8:30 am. Sign up here

  • One Easter Sunday service will be celebrated at 10am.

  • There will be an Easter Egg Hunt after worship.


SEDER DINNER

A group of residents from the Mendhams have organized a Community Seder dinner for Monday, April 22, at 5 pm at the Brookside Community Club. All are invited to celebrate Passover traditions -- readings, stories, eating special foods, singing and drinking wine!  You can reserve a spot via Eventbrite, and pay at the door; $18 for adults, and $36 for families. The link is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mendham-community-seder-registration-59016558114 Or, residents, can RSVP to mendhamseder@gmail.com


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

A TASTE OF TAI CHI
WEDNESDAY, April 24 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

Join us on April 24 at 6:30pm for A Taste of Tai Chi . Research from Harvard University Medical School concludes that tai chi may be one of the best exercises you can do for your life.  The ancient Chinese knew this centuries ago, as they have been using tai chi not only to correct a myriad of health problems, but also to grow their intuition, inner peace, creativity, and bestow longevity.  In the West, we mostly come across tai chi as a slow moving meditative exercise commonly practiced by older folks. What few know though, is that tai chi also can be practiced vigorously and used as a martial art.  Based not on religion, it interferes with no belief system. Instead, it is based on Taoist philosophy - the native philosophy of China that seeks to understand the ways of the universe and how mankind is part of it.  Let’s look at the deep and forgotten history of tai chi, while we also sample a few of the different types of tai chi, as well as its breathing, stretching, and meditative practices. Books and videos will be available for you to continue your exploration.

Loretta M. Wollering, MS, LMT
Shifu Loretta Wollering is the author of “Anatomy of Fitness: Tai Chi” (Hinkler, 2013) and founder of the international online school of tai chi, InternalGardens.com. She also maintains a top-shelf school in Randolph, NJ and teaches around the NJ/NYC area. Every spring, she produces and directs the Tai Chi Gala - a conference retreat that joins people to learn about and share in the art of tai chi chuan (taijiquan). Wollering used tai chi to heal her knee, and then to heal Crohn’s Disease while finishing grad school.  She has also competed in full contact fighting with tai chi. Her experiences serve as a springboard to help you understand how tai chi can enrich your life. 


YOU'RE INVITED . . .

Gaye Swanson and Mark Brumbaugh recently returned from a month of cycling in parts of Southwest China.  They will present a pictorial and verbal description of their impressions and answer questions on Thursday evening, April 25 at 7:00 PM in the Upper Room of the Anderson Wing.


THE UCC NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING

SATURDAY, MAY 18

This meeting will be held at Christ Congregation, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ. There will be a business meeting, a keynote address of the state of the Central Atlantic Conference by The Rev. Freeman Palmer, Conference Minister, and a service of covenant for our 5 most recently welcomed UCC churches. Reports will be posted on the association website as they are received. Registration starts at 9:00 AM with the meeting beginning at 9:30 AM and the day will end around 1:00. Lunch will be served. The cost will be $10.00 a person, all are welcome to attend. Please RSVP to the NJA Office by Wednesday, May 8 via FAX 973-748-7779 or njaoffice@gmail.com Go to Christ Congregation's website for directions: www.ccprinceton.org


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Marc Behnke.
For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Linda Howe’s brother.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Requests received by Tuesday of each week will be included in the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside and will remain there for a month unless otherwise requested. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of April 7


EASTER AT BROOKSIDE CHURCH

  • Please note, there will not be a Maundy Thursday service this year.

  • We will have a Good Friday Tenebrae Service on April 19 at 7pm featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.

  • Join us for breakfast on Easter morning in Scialla Hall at 8:30 am. Sign up here

  • One Easter Sunday service will be celebrated at 10am.

  • There will be an Easter Egg Hunt after worship.


EASTER FLOWERS 

If you would like to contribute towards the flowers which will decorate our sanctuary on Easter Sunday, please use the green envelopes located in the pews.   If you write in your name or a memorial dedication on the label in the lower left, it will appear in the Easter bulletin.  The envelopes can be placed in the offering plates or dropped off or mailed to the church office.  After our Easter service, please take a plant with you so you can enjoy it at home.


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

REIKI ENERGY MEDICINE & MEDITATION
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 AT 6:30PM

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

Join us on April 17 at 6:30pm for Integrated Spirituality: Reiki Energy Medicine & Meditation.

This introductory two-hour Workshop will offer experiential practices and teachings where you will :

  • Learn how to work with healing energy in everything you do.

  • Learn to use intention, connection, breath, movement and meditation to learn how to raise your energy level.

  • Learn to be more present in your body and in your life.

  • Move into a quiet meditation.

You will experience Reiki which is a Japanese system of natural healing using Universal Energy that treats the whole person -- body, emotions, mind and spirit – using the subtle Reiki energy that resides within us. Reiki is easy to learn and creates many beneficial effects, including stress reduction, relaxation and feelings of well-being.

Please wear comfortable clothes, and bring a notebook, pen and water bottle!
Janet StraightArrow is a full-time Reiki Master, Shaman, Teacher, Healer, Yogi, and Sage, and director of Be The Medicine. She has been a Reiki Master Teacher for 23 years and offers comprehensive professional training. www.bethemedicine.com


SEDER DINNER

A group of residents from the Mendhams have organized a Community Seder dinner for Monday, April 22, at 5 pm at the Brookside Community Club. All are invited to celebrate Passover traditions -- readings, stories, eating special foods, singing and drinking wine!  You can reserve a spot via Eventbrite, and pay at the door; $18 for adults, and $36 for families. The link is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mendham-community-seder-registration-59016558114 Or, residents, can RSVP to mendhamseder@gmail.com


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Requests received by Tuesday of each week will be included in the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside and will remain there for a month unless otherwise requested. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of March 31


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

WEDNESDAYS AT 6:30PM

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

We will continue Wednesday night (April 10) with a yoga and meditation class. Join us in Scialla Hall from 6:30-7:45 pm for this donation-based class. All levels of experience welcome. 


EASTER AT BROOKSIDE CHURCH

  • Please note, there will not be a Maundy Thursday service this year.

  • We will have a Good Friday Tenebrae Service on April 19 at 7pm featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.

  • Join us for breakfast on Easter morning in Scialla Hall at 8:30 am. Sign up here

  • One Easter Sunday service will be celebrated at 10am.

  • There will be an Easter Egg Hunt after worship.


EASTER FLOWERS 

If you would like to contribute towards the flowers which will decorate our sanctuary on Easter Sunday, please use the green envelopes located in the pews.   If you write in your name or a memorial dedication on the label in the lower left, it will appear in the Easter bulletin.  The envelopes can be placed in the offering plates or dropped off or mailed to the church office.  After our Easter service, please take a plant with you so you can enjoy it at home.


COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN FUNDRAISER

THURSDAY, APRIL 11 @ 6pm

The Soup Kitchen’s “Share the Bounty” fundraiser will be held on Thursday, April 11, at 6pm at the Madison Hotel.  Tickets are $75.  The Community Soup Kitchen relies on your financial support to keep their doors open, 365 days a year. Every dollar goes directly to feeding and helping your neighbors and community members. The Soup Kitchen has operated since 1984 with a small staff and a lean budget — and all donations go towards the needs of their guests. They receive NO government funding, so supporters like you keep them running. Please come to “Share The Bounty” cocktail buffet and silent auction, tickets can be purchased at cskmorristown.org  


SEDER DINNER

A group of residents from the Mendhams have organized a Community Seder dinner for Monday, April 22, at 5 pm at the Brookside Community Club. All are invited to celebrate Passover traditions -- readings, stories, eating special foods, singing and drinking wine!  You can reserve a spot via Eventbrite, and pay at the door; $18 for adults, and $36 for families. The link is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mendham-community-seder-registration-59016558114 Or, residents, can RSVP to mendhamseder@gmail.com


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Requests received by Tuesday of each week will be included in the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside and will remain there for a month unless otherwise requested. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of March 24


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

WEDNESDAYS AT 6:30PM

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

We will continue on Wednesday nights with a yoga and meditation series. Join us in Scialla Hall from 6:30-7:45 pm for these donation-based classes on 4/3 and 4/10. All levels of experience welcome. 


EASTER AT BROOKSIDE CHURCH

  • Please note, there will not be a Maundy Thursday service this year.

  • We will have a Good Friday Tenebrae Service on April 19 at 7pm featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.

  • Join us for breakfast on Easter morning in Scialla Hall at 8:30 am. Sign up here

  • One Easter Sunday service will be celebrated at 10am.

  • There will be an Easter Egg Hunt after worship.


EASTER FLOWERS 

If you would like to contribute towards the flowers which will decorate our sanctuary on Easter Sunday, please use the green envelopes located in the pews.   If you write in your name or a memorial dedication on the label in the lower left, it will appear in the Easter bulletin.  The envelopes can be placed in the offering plates or dropped off or mailed to the church office.  After our Easter service, please take a plant with you so you can enjoy it at home.


COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN FUNDRAISER

THURSDAY, APRIL 11 @ 6pm

The Soup Kitchen’s “Share the Bounty” fundraiser will be held on Thursday, April 11, at 6pm at the Madison Hotel.  Tickets are $75.  The Community Soup Kitchen relies on your financial support to keep their doors open, 365 days a year. Every dollar goes directly to feeding and helping your neighbors and community members. The Soup Kitchen has operated since 1984 with a small staff and a lean budget — and all donations go towards the needs of their guests. They receive NO government funding, so supporters like you keep them running. Please come to “Share The Bounty” cocktail buffet and silent auction, tickets can be purchased at cskmorristown.org  


KEY AMNESTY

If you required a key to our buildings at some point because you were on a committee or ran an activity or worked on the buildings, and if you are done with that task, please return your key to Nancy. We don’t feel comfortable having so many unassigned keys out there, and with new folks needing access to the building, it would be helpful to give them a set without making more copies.

Thanks for your cooperation,
The BCC Trustees


SEDER DINNER

A group of residents from the Mendhams have organized a Community Seder dinner for Monday, April 22, at 5 pm at the Brookside Community Club. All are invited to celebrate Passover traditions -- readings, stories, eating special foods, singing and drinking wine!  You can reserve a spot via Eventbrite, and pay at the door; $18 for adults, and $36 for families. The link is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mendham-community-seder-registration-59016558114 Or, residents, can RSVP to mendhamseder@gmail.com


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Requests received by Tuesday of each week will be included in the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside and will remain there for a month unless otherwise requested. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of March 17


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

WEDNESDAYS AT 6:30PM

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

We will continue on Wednesday nights with a yoga and meditation series. Join us in Scialla Hall from 6:30-7:45 pm for these donation-based classes on 3/27, 4/3 and 4/10. All levels of experience welcome. 


EASTER AT BROOKSIDE CHURCH

  • Please note, there will not be a Maundy Thursday service this year.

  • We will have a Good Friday Tenebrae Service on April 19 at 7pm featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.

  • Join us for breakfast on Easter morning in Scialla Hall at 8:30 am.

  • One Easter Sunday service will be celebrated at 10am.



EASTER FLOWERS 

If you would like to contribute towards the flowers which will decorate our sanctuary on Easter Sunday, please use the green envelopes located in the pews.   If you write in your name or a memorial dedication on the label in the lower left, it will appear in the Easter bulletin.  The envelopes can be placed in the offering plates or dropped off or mailed to the church office.  After our Easter service, please take a plant with you so you can enjoy it at home.


KEY AMNESTY

If you required a key to our buildings at some point because you were on a committee or ran an activity or worked on the buildings, and if you are done with that task, please return your key to Nancy. We don’t feel comfortable having so many unassigned keys out there, and with new folks needing access to the building, it would be helpful to give them a set without making more copies.

Thanks for your cooperation,
The BCC Trustees


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Rhoda Radtke.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  Requests received by Tuesday of each week will arrive in time for the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside. 

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of March 10


MINISTERIAL SUPPLY MINISTER

This Sunday, March 17 we will welcome Kathy Youzwak as our ministerial supply minister following Rev. Michael Howard’s departure. Kathy preached here last March as a pulpit supply minister and is currently a Member in Discernment in the UCC, approved for ordination pending a call. In addition to conducting services here, she will have office hours (Tuesdays from 10 am-noon) and be available as needed for pastoral care.

Kathy attended the University of Notre Dame where she received her Bachelor of Arts (Theology) degree as well as her Master of Divinity degree. She has served as a Pastoral Intern at Packanack Community Church in Wayne, and as the Pastoral Associate for Youth and Young Adult Ministry at The Community Church of Mountain Lakes. Before coming to the UCC and discerning a call to ordination, Kathy served in a variety of Roman Catholic ministries. 

She is originally from northern Wisconsin and has called New Jersey her home for the past eleven years. She and her husband Jason live in Boonton and are looking forward to being at Brookside Community Church for the next few months.


SETTLED SEARCH COMMITTEE REPORT

March 9, 2019

Since the beginning of the year, we have received an additional 7 Profiles, bringing the total that the Committee has reviewed since the beginning of the Search process to 49.  Subsequent to the Position Summary update in January, we have received 3 with whom we have shared our Profile and had conversations.  Of these three, we have one candidate who we have had 2 rounds of interviews and are in the process of conducting reference checks.  We have also scheduled a “face-to-face” meeting with the candidate at which time we have requested a reading and message be given.  To-date, this is only the second candidate who has made it this far in our process.  Of the two other candidates, one is very early in the process and the other one has chosen to withdraw.  In addition to these candidates, we have one other one who we are waiting for additional information so the Committee can continue our review.  

Thank you for your continued support and prayers as we continue our work.   

If you have any questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact me or any member of the Committee.

Thank you.  

W. C. Jack Miller

Gina Bruno

Edna Ierley-Byrne

Michele James

Susannah Truitt

David Sampson

Sue Vlcko


COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN - MARCH SIGN UP

Our next opportunity for BCC to serve at the Community Soup Kitchen in Morristown is Saturday, March 16.  Click below to sign up to volunteer as a server (11:15am-1:00pm) or Black Shirt (9:30am-1:00pm), or simply text Judy Schryver at 973-727-1480.


SAVE THE DATE:

Good Friday Tenebrae Service
April 19 @ 7pm

Mark your calendars now for our Good Friday Tenebrae Service featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.  


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Rhoda Radtke.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  Requests received by Tuesday of each week will arrive in time for the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside. 

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of March 3


REMINDER . . .
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS ON SUNDAY, MARCH 10

Turn clocks ahead by one hour on Saturday night!


FAREWELL BRUNCH FOR MICHAEL, ZION & JOEY HOWARD

The Diaconate will be sponsoring a brunch following our worship service this Sunday, March 10, to celebrate Pastor Michael and his family's last Sunday with us.  Please join us!


COMMUNION DAY CELEBRATION (FORMERLY FIRST COMMUNION):

This Sunday, March 10

WHAT: Communion-Day Celebration (Formerly First Communion)
WHO: 2nd and 3rd graders
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2019


MINISTERIAL SUPPLY MINISTER

On Sunday, March 17 we will welcome Kathy Youzwak as our ministerial supply minister following Rev. Michael Howard’s departure. Kathy preached here last March as a pulpit supply minister and is currently a Member in Discernment in the UCC, approved for ordination pending a call. In addition to conducting services here, she will be available as needed for pastoral care.

Kathy attended the University of Notre Dame where she received her Bachelor of Arts (Theology) degree as well as her Master of Divinity degree. She has served as a Pastoral Intern at Packanack Community Church in Wayne, and as the Pastoral Associate for Youth and Young Adult Ministry at The Community Church of Mountain Lakes. Before coming to the UCC and discerning a call to ordination, Kathy served in a variety of Roman Catholic ministries. 

She is originally from northern Wisconsin and has called New Jersey her home for the past eleven years. She and her husband Jason live in Boonton and are looking forward to being at Brookside Community Church for the next few months.


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

Wednesdays at 6:30pm

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

How do we remain present to the Sacred that we inhabit? Join us on Wednesday, March 13, for a Gong Bath with Susan Novick. The gong bath is a one hour immersion in sacred and healing sound. The gongmaster activates the full sonic potential of the gong and bathes the listener with sustained waves of primordial sound.

Gong sound can be used to rebalance and tone the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies. It is an excellent therapy for stress related issues, depression, fatigue, anger and hostility, feelings of fear, separation and loneliness, along with many other conditions related to the lack of balance and harmony in the body.

During a gong bath, all a listeners needs to do is relax and let the sound bathe the body and carry the mind.

Typically, listeners experience a sense of connectedness and peace as the sacred sound of the gong clears blockages and restores the free flow of vital energy throughout the body. With its ability to induce a meditative state, the gong offers listeners access to parts of the mind that are usually closed, resulting in a sense of expanded awareness and higher consciousness.

Please bring a yoga mat to lay on, a small blanket or two for under your head or to cover yourself with. Be sure to wear warm layers of clothing, the body can relax more deeply when it is warm. You may also wish to bring eye pillows or another small garment like a scarf to cover your eyes for a deeper experience.


COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN - MARCH SIGN UP

Our next opportunity for BCC to serve at the Community Soup Kitchen in Morristown is Saturday, March 16.  Click below to sign up to volunteer as a server (11:15am-1:00pm) or Black Shirt (9:30am-1:00pm), or simply text Judy Schryver at 973-727-1480.



SAVE THE DATE:

Good Friday Tenebrae Service
April 19 @ 7pm

Mark your calendars now for our Good Friday Tenebrae Service featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.  


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Rhoda Radtke.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  Requests received by Tuesday of each week will arrive in time for the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside. 

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch

@ Brookside . . . Week of February 24


INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY GATHERINGS

Wednesdays at 6:30pm

Come and join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore spiritual practices that can help center us and enrich our Christian faith. As people who strive for justice and seek to live a faith that is active, these spiritual practices can help us be more balanced in the health and well-being of our body, mind, and spirit.

How do we remain present to the Sacred that we inhabit? Join us on Wednesday, March 6, as Christin Scarcello-Miller presents: “Meditation Basics for Spiritual Connection.”  Christin will walk through the steps of a basic meditation using kriya. The practice will include a brief asana practice with a longer meditation.
*No prior experience in meditation is required. Please bring your own mat and comfortable clothes that you can move in.


COMMUNION DAY CELEBRATION (FORMERLY FIRST COMMUNION):

Sunday, March 10

WHAT: Communion-Day Celebration (Formerly First Communion)
WHO: 2nd and 3rd graders
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2019


COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN - MARCH SIGN UP

Our next opportunity for BCC to serve at the Community Soup Kitchen in Morristown is Saturday, March 16.  Click below to sign up to volunteer as a server (11:15am-1:00pm) or Black Shirt (9:30am-1:00pm), or simply text Judy Schryver at 973-727-1480.



SAVE THE DATE:

Good Friday Tenebrae Service
April 19 @ 7pm

Mark your calendars now for our Good Friday Tenebrae Service featuring our own Adult Choir in concert. Come experience anew the story of the crucifixion interwoven with beautiful choral anthems.  


PRAYER JOYS AND CONCERNS

For Amalia Duarte & family, upon the passing of her cousin.
For Jack Miller’s parents.
For Rhoda Radtke.
For Linda Howe’s brother.
For Jan Schurter.

Prayer Joys and Concerns will be listed weekly. Please forward your requests during the week to: office@brooksidechurch.org  Requests received by Tuesday of each week will arrive in time for the following Sunday’s bulletin and @ Brookside. 

FIND US ON FACEBOOK AT facebook.com/brooksidechurch