THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2016
In FELLOWSHIP HALL from
4:00 PM TO 6:00 PM
$8.00 for Adults
$3.00 Children (5 - 12)
Free ~ Children (Under 5)
ROAST TURKEY AND DRESSING
MASHED POTATOES, GRAVY
APPLESAUCE or CRANBERRY SAUCE
DESSERT / COFFEE or TEA and carry-out is also available!
Tickets will be on sale October 30 and November 6 after each Worship Service. You can call the church office.
Gather up your Glenwood Bowling Team & have fun at the Annual “Beat Michigan” Bowl-a-thon! November 26!
TEAMS ARE FORMING UP!
All proceeds to go the Westside Free Store!
Come & have fun and support a very worthy cause! Info sheets are available from the Church Office or call 614.274.8469.
Alys Horne has the DONATION ENVELOPES for anyone who would like to collect donations from family, friends and co-workers! SPARE CHANGE BUCKETS are ready for you to take home! Just toss any spare change into the bucket and bring it back! Small change makes a BIG difference! Or
SPONSOR ON-LINE! You can donate to the Glenwood Team (or an individual of the Team) on line! Go to: Columbus CROP Hunger Walk – select Donate & follow the prompts. CROP Walk Sunday is OCTOBER 9!
Are you interested in knowing more about Glenwood? Have you been considering church membership? Then you may be interested in the next New Member Orientation class which is currently being planned for this spring. If you would like to learn more about Glenwood, its history, structure, and ministry, please call the chruch office at 614.274.8469. A new class will be scheduled soon!More
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