2017 June Term Class

One course will be offered on June 25 only. A sign-up sheet may be found in the hallway outside the Fellowship Room.  The courses to be offered include:

June 25 only                                                                         Laudato Si’: On Care of Our Common Home

Led by Catherine Crow

The book discussion will be about Pope Francis’s second encyclical, Laudato Si’: On Care of Our Common Home.  He draws all Christians into a dialogue with every person on the planet about our common home.  We as human beings are united by the concern for our planet, and every living thing that dwells on it, especially the poorest and most vulnerable.  Pope Francis’s letter joins the body of the Church’s social and moral teaching, draws on the best scientific research, and provides the foundation for the ethical and spiritual itinerary that follows.  Catherine Crow will lead the discussion. 


MINISTRY INFORMATION FORM

The Pastor Nominating Committee has completed a comprehensive Ministry Information Form (MIF). To view this form click here.


Enjoy Refreshments in Fellowship Hall? Then We Need You!

Consider Hosting Coffee Hour.  Open Sundays are: June 25, all of July. Copies of the guidelines for hosting are posted on the refrigerator – take a copy.  Sign up on the sheet in the fellowship hall or contact Megan Hollembaek at chefnutmeg_25@hotmail.com.


Keep Your Contact Information Up-to-Date!

Please help us maintain accurate information in our database and directories.  You may contact the office with updates or use the online form here.


Flowers for the sanctuary

The 2017 Flower Chart is posted in the Fellowship Hall. It is a wonderful way to celebrate a special occasion or honor a loved one. The cost is $45.00. For questions, contact the office. Many of our flower arrangements are done for us by The English Gardens Florist in Southborough. If you need a florist, please consider them. They are located at 1 E. Main St. in Southborough, 508-624-0163.


Equal Exchange Products at PCIS

By enjoying Equal Exchange products you join a movement to support small-scale farmers. Be sure to take a look at the table on the back wall in Fellowship Hall for a great selection of coffee, hot cocoa, tea and other goodies such as a lovely, fruity olive oil straight from Palestine. It is perfect for finishing a prepared dish or for a flavorful vinaigrette. We also have some flavors of tea and Equal Exchange is gearing up to add snack bars to their repertoire in the near future. All proceeds pay only for the products as a way of supporting Equal Exchange. It is not a fundraiser. If you have any questions, contact the office.