Monthly Archive: November 2012

Nov 29

The Newsletter Has a New Name!

The masthead for the newsletter has been different every month for the past three months to enable everyone to see the suggested designs and vote on them. As you can see, December’s masthead is ‘The Beacon’ and it has been chosen by vote during the congregation meeting. The vote was 21 for ‘The Grace Gazette’ …

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Nov 28

Poinsettias and World Hunger Donations

If you wish to place an order for a Christmas Poinsettia and/or a gift to world hunger in honor or memory of a loved one, the deadline to place an order is December 9. The cost of the poinsettias this year is $8.15 for a six inch branched pot. Please use poinsettia envelopes provided in …

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Nov 27

Gift Cards that Make a Difference

We have Giant, Weis and Jerry’s Great Value store cards in denominations of $50. They make great Christmas gifts or do your holiday food shopping. Grace Lutheran gets a portion of the card, so you will be helping our ministry by doing your normal shopping. Stop in the treasurer’s office any Sunday or call Dee …

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Nov 27

The ELW is Here!

Did you notice the color of the hymnals have changed? We have been able to order our new copies of the the Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW), and the Graceful Women have placed the dedication cards that those who donated to the project wished to memorialize or honor. Thank you ladies! The new hymnal (also known …

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Nov 26

Musical Notes

“When in our music God is glorified…” The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania Acclaimed in America and throughout the world for its unique talent, discipline and youthful enthusiasm, Singing Boys of Pennsylvania, founded as the ‘Pocono Boy Singers,’ is available throughout the year including Christmas and summers. The company consists of young artists – aged 10 …

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Nov 26

New Year’s Eve Party

Grace Lutheran is again having a New Year’s Party. Come join the fun on December 31st from 5 – 9:00 p.m. This year is going to be big, since York’s annual New Year’s Eve may not be held. [Correction: York has announced that they will have their own party after all; ed.] Our party is …

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