Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve a patriotic hot dog dinner for our neighbors at the Pearl Court Apartments. We'll also be playing Bingo and giving away fun prizes. Do you love hot dogs? Enjoy playing Bingo? We'd love to have you join us! Contact Leslie Barnes for more information.
Covenanting at Pearl Church is a commitment to common experience and common effort on a common ground to which one willingly belongs. Author/poet Wendell Berry calls this "Beloved Community." If you're interested in meeting with a pastor and hearing more about what it means to be part of this Pearl Church, you're invited to our next Covenant Class in the church office. Questions? Contact Pastor Mike.
Location: Ecotrust Conference Room
Attention Pearl Church Members, please put the date for our Annual Members’ Meeting on your calendars! At this meeting we’ll celebrate the past year, introduce new members, talk about the three year vision we've been working on since the fall of last year, and discuss the budget for the upcoming year. Light refreshments and childcare will be provided.
Pearl Kids is hosting a picnic/playdate in the park to celebrate our lead teachers! Our lead teachers have given their hearts and their time to our kids once a month all year, attended teacher meetings, read over curriculum and facilitated our kids’ worship. I’m so thankful for them! Come with your picnic lunch to play in the park and celebrate another year of Pearl Kids ministry! More details to come! RSVP to Pastor Becca.
Location: Lucky Lab, 1945 NW Quimby
Looking for a casual way to connect with people from Pearl? consider joining us at the Lucky Lab! Grab a drink, salad, or slice of pizza, bring a game to play, bring your kiddos, or just show up on your own and enjoy sharing in conversation. Questions? Contact Pastor Mike.
Location: Church Office
Wendell Berry's book, Jayber Crow, has been described as "An almost perfect fiction, a sublime meditation on how irrevocable loss is redeemed through a renewed sense of kinship with the land and the past." This narrative covers many issues that are important to Berry. It's a great primer for first time Berry readers, and it's a joyful return to well loved characters and concepts for those who have journeyed before with Berry to the quaint town of Port William. Interested or have questions? Contact Pastor Mike.