March 28 announcements

A new self-help support group for survivors of sexual abuse is beginning near the Lansdale train station. Survivors Safe Haven will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.  For exact location and more information contact Karen Zehr at zehrhead@gmail.com. Feel free to post or share the attached flier.

 

Do you have questions about Medicare? Join Everence at its “Understanding Your Medicare Options” seminars on April 4 and May 2 at the Souderton Office from 6:00 to to 7:00 pm. Come learn about Medicare, what’s covered, types of supplemental plans offered, deadlines for enrollment and more. Call Everence at 215-703-0111 or visit www.everence.com/souderton. RSVPs not required, but appreciated.

 

Quakertown Christian School will hold a 5k Mud Run to benefit their athletics program, Saturday, April 15 at 9:00 am (registration begins at 8).   The event will also include a 1/2 mile Kiddie Dash.  Register online at www.qtownchristian.org/5k or see the flyer here.

 

Dock Mennonite Academy’s Early Childhood to Grade 8 campus will host an All-school Open House on Wednesday, April 19 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.  Bring the whole family for a light dinner and free t-shirts to all prospective students! Email admissions@dock.org for more info or go to www.dock.org.

 

Ladies — are you feeling spiritually thirsty?  Need a day away to recharge your spiritual battery?  You’re invited to the Awaken Conference — a one-day women’s event being held Saturday April 22 at Leidy’s Church in Souderton.  You’ll enjoy heartfelt speakers, authentic worship music, individualized breakout sessions, drama, catered lunch and much more! Go to www.awaken2017.org to find out more information and to register for the event ($30).

 

The Mennonite Heritage Center is using the story of 18th century immigration to PA to foster informed and civil discourse about immigration. On Friday evening April 28 at 6:30 pm they will hold the Heritage Banquet as a dinner in the museum. Immigrants will share their stories, faith, and food, alongside the 18th century story told in the new exhibit, Opportunity and Conscience:  Mennonite Immigration to Pennsylvania.  Tickets are $117. Go to http://conta.cc/2msfOMP for easy online registration, email diehls@mhep.org, or call 215-256-3020.

 

MCC Material Resource Center has an opening for a Warehouse Manager, starting August 2017.  The Warehouse Manager oversees the work of volunteers involved in recycling and processing materials for shipping, works with receiving from Care and Share and selling to brokers, and oversees collection and shipment of relief items for Mennonite Central Committee.  For an application and a job description please call 267-203-8074.