January 2020 CalendarJanuary 2020 Serving Schedule

For additional details on events or contact information for each, call or
email the church office at (540) 347-3224 or office@oslc-warrenton.org.

Adult Sunday School ― Come learn about the winter feast days with Pastor Michael, Jan. 5–Feb. 23, 9:15am in rm. 6.

Staff Gift Update  ― A special thank you to all who contributed to this effort to give our staff a little bonus during the Christmas season. We were able to provide a check to office and cleaning staff, the musicians, and, of course, our hardworking Pastors. All recipients expressed sincere appreciation.

Pizza & Puzzles Youth Group ― This Sun., Jan. 19, 6-8pm, high school youth gather over pizza and a variety of puzzles and games. For more info., contact Pastor Terri.

Pray for OSLC! Our Thrive Renewal team has asked us all to pray the following prayer at home and at church gatherings:

“O Jesus, gather us to learn your way. Holy Spirit, fill us with your power and your joy. Together we claim your promise of new life for Our Saviour and the world. We are grateful! Amen.”

“Counting 48” Save the Date ― Jan. 30, 10am-12pm. The Quilt Ministry needs help counting sets of 48 fabric squares to make new Quilting Packets. Squares are already cut and will be laid out on tables. All we need folks to do is select 48 squares with coordinating colors and/or patterns and put them in a bag. All helping hands welcome! Refreshments provided.

Help provide “Enough for All” through 30 Hour Famine ― Youth 6th-12th grades, please go to https://oslc-warrenton.org/news/events/ to register to fast and raise funds to ensure everyone in the world has enough to eat!

Men’s Group Chili Fest ― will take place on Sat., Feb. 1 after service in lieu of the monthly Men’s breakfast and First Saturday potluck. Chili will be provided by the Men’s Group but we need a few people to bring add-ins, desserts and beverages. Contact Tamar Yager if you can help.

“We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

― The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.,
“Letter from a Birmingham Jail”