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BIBLE STUDIES

Monday Night Women's Bible Study 

Starting on September 11th

7pm - 8:30PM in Churchill Hall

Book:

Seven Letters to Seven Churches

by Douglas Connelly

An Introduction to the book of Revelation; part of the LifeGuide Bible Series

Leader:

Linda Hassett

linda.hassett@comcast.net

610-858-7731

Tuesday Morning Women's Bible Study

Starting on October 17

through December 5

9:30-11:30AM in Churchill Hall

Book:

Discovering Hope in Psalms: 
A Creative Devotional Study Experience
 

by Pam Farrel, Jean E. Jones, Karla Dornacher 
Illustrated by: Karla Dornacher

Leaders:

Ling Chamberlain (in person)

lchambrln5@gmail.com

610-608-6331

Roe Murray (in person)

roepa123@yahoo.com

484-888-3136

Donna Russell (via Zoom)

druss8021@aol.com​

610-996-0762
 

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SOCIAL

55+ Events!

A series of programs for older adults in our congregation continues monthly. All events will include a light buffet lunch. Please let us know if you will be attending by calling the church office or email linda.hassett@comcast.net

Upcoming 55+ Events:

Thursday, October 12th at 10:45 am: Catherine Twitmyer, owner of Next Nest Advisors & Tricia Winton, owner of Rightsize Move Managers specializing in downsizing, moving,  decluttering and organizing for Senior living options.

Thursday, November 9th at 10:45 am: Fran Alloway - PPC member and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

Fran Alloway is a registered dietitian and nutritionist who teaches nutrition and cooking classes for Main Line School Night. She is a long time PPC member and can be found in the church garden and food cupboard where she works with Heather McConnell to organize the PPC food outreach activities each month. Her preretirement life included managing federal nutrition education grants and teaching for Penn State, teaching early microwave oven adopters, clinical work in long term care and counseling.

The MIND diet which is a blend of the Mediterranean and DASH eating patterns has been proven to support mental acuity. and positive mental health. The class will discuss what foods to include, how to make the diet work with local and seasonal foods and provide a few recipes. Come learn how to keep those brain cells functioning with good food choices.

Thursday, December 14th at 10:45 am: Carol Cei accompanying a performance by the Hershey's Mill Singers- a program to get us in the spirit of the Christmas season. Perhaps even with a Christmas carol sing-along!

Previous 55+ Events:

Thursday, September 14th at 10:45 am: Frank Fitzpatrick  - Handsome Johnny: How I Discovered My Great-Grandfather's 19th Century Baseball Career and Became a Sportswriter. (PPC member and retired Philadelphia Inquirer sportswriter and author of five sports related books).

Thursday, April 27th at 10:45 a.m.: The Last Things We Talk About. Our own Jonathan Mikesell will share his pastoral guidance on thinking through and planning a memorial service.

Thursday, November 17th: Speaker from Center for Advocacy for the Rights & Interests of Elders

-C.A.R.I.E.

Thursday, October 20th Jill Whitcomb. President & CEO Surrey Services on how Surrey brings older adults together through many activities as well as by offering helpful individual services.

Thursday, September 22nd Janet Colliton, Esq. (certified elder law attorney) practices elder law, retirement planning, life care, special needs, real estate and estate planning, and writes a weekly column for the West Chester Daily Local News.  

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