Dinners for Eight
Twice a year, in September and January we start a new Dinners
for Eight session. A sign sheet is available in the Narthex for
individuals and couples to sign up to participate in the 3 month
program. Those signing up are aassigned to a group of 6
people. Each time the group meets, the host has the
opportunity to invite 2 additional people to join the group for
the meal. This meal my be a brunch, lunch or dinner in the host’s
home or dinner out at a restaurant. Groups have also had picnics
and even an afternoon and a meal on a boat. So join us for a fun
time of food and fellowship. Many great friendships have started
through Meals for Eight.
The next Dinners for Eight session will begin in January of 2016
with sign up ending January 10th. For more information
contact Lloyd Tarr 480-837-5593 or CLICK HERE TO
SIGN UP ON LINE.
Women’s Fellowship Group is called WinGS – Women in God’s
WinGS is a community of women committed to serving our Lord Jesus
Christ by acting boldly on our faith,seeking to get to know other
Sisters in Christ who share a dedication to grow in faith, affirm
our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry
and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the
society, and the world. For up-to-date information click here
to access the church calendar. Using the search function at
the top of the calendar, search for “wings.”
This group meets about once a month October through May for a
variety of activities such as day trips around Arizona and
speakers from our community and church.
SOTH MEN’S FELLOWSHIP ADVENTURE EVENT, ALL MEN AND MALE FRIENDS
WELCOME. Tour Group and State Park Admission rates, $10.00
per individual. Bring cash, exact change please.
We will enjoy lunch at a local establishment near Superior. Lunch
is also on your own.
Saturday, January 16th - Depart SOTH upper lot at 7:45 am.
Expect return by 3:00 pm. Please sign up as either a
passenger or driver.
Plants of the Bible Land - Guided Walk - Saturday, January 16,
The Sinai Desert lies roughly at the same latitude as our own
Sonoran Desert; many of the same plants common in the Middle East
thrive in our Arizona climate, and can be seen at Boyce Thompson
Arboretum. Join Arboretum volunteers on a guided tour to learn
about palms, pomegranates, figs, olives, and other plants of the
Bible Land. Wear comfortable walking shoes and a hat, and don't
forget your sunscreen and water bottle. The tour, conducted at a
leisurely pace, lasts about 90 minutes and proceeds along
wheelchair-accessible paths. Using references in ancient texts,
guides will describe how people of the Bible Land used plants as
food, medicine, and shelter in ways similar to how native peoples
of Southern Arizona continue to do so in modern times.
Questions, Call Nate 480-221-4330 or Roger Miller, 480-304-1877