Events

Fall Festival

October 27 from 4-6 pm. Get out your favorite western attire and enjoy a good old fashion cowboy cookout. We will be grilling hot dogs and enjoying chili. Children can ride a pony, play games, sing-a-long with Cowboy Ken. All generations will have a blast at our Cake Walk.

Entries for the Chili Cook-off should be delivered to Page Hall between 5:30 and 6:00 pm. Cakes for the cakewalk can be placed in the Page Hall kitchen refrigerator after service. All proceeds from the Fall Festival will be donated to provide scholarships for trip fees and housing for our Rocky Point Mission. Through Amore, Orangewood Volunteers have built over 50 homes. We are pleased to have the opportunity to support this work. 



SAGES

Orangewood’s SAGES fellowship group will be holding its first luncheon meeting this coming Tuesday, October 8 in Page Hall. Members and guests will arrive between 11 and 11:30, with lunch served at 11:30. We are pleased to announce that our lunch cost remains $4.00/person for the eighth consecutive year! Plan now to join us for this first meeting of our 2019-2020 program year. Our theme is “Birds of a Feather Flock Together” so this might give you an idea of the colorful table decorations! Please call the office should you need transportation.

Peace and Justice Offering

The Mission Committee determined that the October 6 Peace and Justice Offering will be shared with:  Frontera de Cristo - a Presbyterian Border Ministry - formed of: a Community Center, Mission Education - building relationship and understanding across borders, a Migrant Resource Center - addressing humanitarian needs, Family Ministry - focusing on sharing the gospel with un-churched persons, Church Development - two new churches in Agua Prieta and Hermosillo, and a Health Ministry. For more information you can check their website, fronteradecristo.org.

Family Promise

Orangewood participates in a program with Palo Cristi Presbyterian to help homeless familes get back on their feet by provide temporary shelter.  Our next opportunity will be October 16 and 18.  We need a meal hosts to providing food for dinner for 10-15 guests and to clean up. We also need an overnight host to socialize with guest after dinner and stay the night (in your own room).  For more information visit the Mission Table or see the October Plumbline.

Breakfast out Bunch

This month’s outing is Wednesday, October 16 at 9:00 am at Candy’s Kitchen, 7th St and Thunderbird.  To make reservations call Jean Lee at 602-870-8342.

Work Day at the Church

November 16  from 8 am to Noon–Followed by a fellowship lunch

We have seven projects planned for the morning and you can see signup sheets on the patio between worship services.  Each project needs a leader and some helpers.  Please help us keep our campus prepared for the many missions of the church without hiring work out. Questions on what’s involved?  Call our Facilities Chair, Brent Upson, at 602-550-9935, or email: bwupson@gmail.com 

Mission Tour

The congregation is invited to join the Mission Tour of St. Mary’s Food Bank on Wednesday, October 23.  Carpools will leave from the church parking lot at 9:15.  The tour is from 10:00—12:00.  Sign up on the patio or by phoning Marilyn Mollman at 602-992-2194.

Honduras Donations

Our Honduras Team will be leaving in January.  It is time to start collecting the essentials for their medical clinic.  We would like to be very specific in what we need.  We can only take so much and we also want it to be in the right form to make it easy for us to distribute.  So in October we are collecting Pain and Cold medicine.  There is a list in the October Plumbline.  You can bring your donations to the patio on the weekend.