Trunk or Treat!
Join us for Trunk or Treat!
Saturday, October 30th
FPCE Parking Lot
Come in Costume!
There will be games, prizes and candy.
We are looking for families to host a trunk or table too!
You can decorate your car trunk or we will provide a table. It can include a fun theme or a game.
Contact Pastor Amanda by Monday, October 25th if you are interested in hosting a trunk or table.
This Wednesday we will watch virtually Dakota 38 as well as hear from Ms. Josee Star from the Mitchell Museum of Native American History. The showing will be at 7 p.m. with the discussion to follow. If you already have a link for the class or the last movie, it is the same zoom link. But you can always reregister to get that link again.
All of the info can be found on our Film Series page at www.firstpresevanston.org/film-series.
If you cannot watch the movie on Wednesday night but would like to, the link can be found on that same webpage with the registration info. It is free and can be watched by the site on the page, or even YouTube.
Feel free to share this link with friends too! The flyer for this week’s movie is shown below and can be posted on Facebook also!
The Board of Deacons is asking for your help with a Winter Coat Drive for our Souper Saturday guests. Please donate men’s or women’s winter coats that are clean and in good repair. We’d also appreciate warm scarves, as well. The Deacons plan to purchase new hats and gloves, so those items are not needed.
Please drop off your items for donation on the coat rack set up in the courtyard entrance vestibule between October 23 and November 2.
At this time, no other clothing items are being accepted. Thank you!
Parish Nurse Book Club meets to discuss ‘I Am Malala’ on November 2
FPCE is looking for a paid hall monitor for the children’s wing during Sunday morning service from 9 am to noon. Please contact Janice at email@example.com or 847-864-1472 x503 if interested.
First Pres Film Series
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
According to Amazon. “NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From the bestselling author of Before We Were Yours comes a dramatic historical novel of three young women searching for family amid the destruction of the post–Civil War South, and of a modern-day teacher who learns of their story and its vital connection to her students’ lives.”
All are welcome to join these lively conversations led by our parish nurse, Julie Ruchniewicz! Masks are required.