This Weekend

Winter Celebration at Eagle EyrieFriday-Sunday, January 18-20, 2019. Pray for Paige Shorey, Jael Tucker, Carolyn Kiser, Chris Kiser, Danielle Ducharme, Tom Bartkiewicz and Pastor Terri as they attend the Virginia Synod’s high school retreat in Lynchburg, VA. For more information, visit

Coming Soon

Human Trafficking Prevention—On Tuesday, Jan. 22 local experts will define Human Trafficking, what it is, signs to look for and what you can do about it. To know more, attend the session offered at Auburn Middle School, 6:30-8pm. For info, contact Amelia Stansell,

Meet Our New Prayer Shawl Chest—During all three services Jan. 26-27, special thanks and appreciation will be extended to Joe Benfit and Rich Baker for the exceptional craftsmanship of this new chest in the library that houses our beautiful prayer shawls.

The Word in the Windows Resumes Jan. 27— Learn the stories behind the images in the OSLC windows. An OSLC windows coloring book is included! Sundays through February 24, 2019, 9:30-10:15am; sign up at

Get in the Super Bowl Spirit Potluck Feb. 2 —Yes, the Super Bowl is Sunday, but we’re celebrating on Saturday, Feb. 2 after the 5:30 worship service at our regular 1st Saturday potluck. Bring your favorite party food: pizza, chicken wings, guacamole, pigs-in-blankets, veggies & dips, and brownies. Bring your favorite appetizer, small plate or Super Bowl Party food to share. For extra fun wear your favorite team jersey!  Contact Tamar Yager for information, 540-631-7222.

30 Hour Famine Begins Feb. 22—Our youth will once again experience what it is like to go without food for a long period of time like many people across the globe. Their fast will end at the 5:30 service Saturday, February 23, after which they will feast on a potluck with their favorite foods: mac’n’cheese, chili, lasagna, fried chicken, pizza, meatballs, hummus/ veggies (yes, really), fruit salad and desserts. Please bring extra—these kids haven’t eaten for 30 hours! Clean-up help is especially needed to set up for the congregational meeting Feb. 24. Contact Tamar Yager at or 540-631-7222 if you can help with clean-up. Many hands make light work.

Help Somebody at Risk—The CDC encourages Americans to learn about warning signs of suicide. A resource is the website To reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

OSLC Key Holders—After attending a church event or activity, please make sure to lock the front door on your way out to ensure the security of the facility (even if people are left behind, they can get out). Thank you!

Online Giving—To donate by credit or bank card, go to our Donate page or use your QR reader to read this code.