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WOMEN OF THE CHURCH – December 2018

WOC Communion at the Springs–Monday, December 3rd at 9:45am

WOC Committee Meeting—Tuesday, December 4th at 10:00am in the Boswell/Library

Rachel Circle — Monday, December 10th @ 7:00pm at the home of   Patricia Watts

Sarah Circle — Tuesday, December 11th @ 12:00pm at the home of  Aristeia Sowa

We have one day circle (that meets either at 12 noon or 1:00 p.m.) and one evening circle (that meets either at 6:30 or 7:00 p.m.). This is not like a club – all women of Pasadena Presbyterian Church are invited to come to either of the circle meetings. They are open to all women. We have bible study, fellowship and light refreshments. We do have a budget for each calendar year and your offerings help us to contribute to the missions that we support, local and foreign. If you want more details regarding Women of the Church, please contact Pat Watts for further information.

The sock tree is in the Patio hallway through Sunday, December 16, 2018. New socks for men, women and children are needed. These socks will be delivered to Beth-El Farmworkers Ministry in Wimauma, FL. Thank you all for your contributions.

GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU AND MAY WE

ENCOURAGE ONE ANOTHER IN LOVE FOR JESUS CHRIST OUR SAVIOR!

CHRISTMAS BLESSINGS TO ONE AND ALL!!!

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Boxtops for Education, Postage Stamps

WOC COLLECTS USED POSTAGE STAMPS, “BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION” TO BENEFIT OTHERS
Did you know that used postage stamps can have value to others? Ultimately, they will probably get to a stamp collector (called a philatelist) by way of a charity which sells them to companies which sell to beginning collectors. Also, they won’t end up in the landfill.
The stamps which are sold for charities are called kiloware because they are dealt with in bags or packets.
If you care to donate your posted postage to the women of the church, here’s how:
1. Look at your mail carefully. Only “Forever” or stamps with value numbers on them are needed, NOT non-profit or bulk.
2. Each stamp needs to have 1/3 to one half inch of paper all around the perforation.
3. Carefully open the envelope  by lifting the flap and also the side where it is glued to leave enough paper. This can
become second nature after a little practice. Stamp collectors are picky about the condition of stamps and want a paper edge left until a dealer can correctly remove the stamp.
4. Gently tear off the stamp with paper all around it.
5. Place your stamps in one of the baskets in the hallway near the patio entrance to the church. You will see examples of correct and incorrect stamps hanging from the basket. Box Tops for Education may also be placed in this basket. (See the May church newsletter online for details on that).
6. The women of the church send the stamps to charity.

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