This past week the monitor for our solar panels was installed right next to the door to the church office. It runs a slideshow of the installation process, how the solar program works, and annual (or daily or weekly) savings in terms of gallons of gas not used, trees saved and the like. Very cool! You can also see this on your own computer by going on the internet to the following link: http://datareadings.com/client/moduleSystem/Kiosk/site/bin/kiosk.cfm?k=dmsx3xB0
Save These Dates!
Saturday, July 26th
Kent Harrop invites anyone who enjoys kayaking or canoeing to join him for a contemplative paddle on a local lake or river, the morning of Saturday, July 26th. The idea is to approach our time on the water as a ‘contemplative practice’, as a quiet time for meditation and reflection. We will be guided by Isaiah 55:3 “Listen and your soul will live.” R.S.V.P. to the office or Kent if you are planning on going and if you’d like to reserve a church canoe (6 available). We will meet at a local body of water (to be announced). Limited to 12 kayaks/canoes.
August 29th- September 1st
Now is the time to make plans for Labor Day Weekend! What are you doing this year? Marty Lincoln, Deb Mallon, June Sciola, the Shupps, Andrea Stackpole, the Thomsons, the Vosselers and several other FBC families invite you to join us at Geneva Point Center on Lake Winnipesaukee. The weekend, August 29th-September 1st, 2014, is for all ages, singles, families and extended family, friends, newcomers and those who have attended in the past years. It is a time of fun, learning, worship, community and recreation in a beautiful setting. Take in as much or as little as you would like. To see photos of the location and find out more about the weekend, take a look at the website ldwfc.org, contact Cindy Shupp, or ask the folks who are going, about the weekend. We hope you join us this year! If so, it’s sure to become a highlight of your year.
Please stay tuned to the Bulletin for future details on both of these upcoming events!