Worship Time Change this Sunday 10:30am!!!!!!!10:30am!!!!!!! 10:30am!!!!!!!

Please note the time change and location!!! (you get an extra 30 minutes to sleep, read the paper, or lounge over breakfast.)

World Communion Sunday

This Sunday we will celebrate World Communion Sunday with our brothers and sisters from Snoqualmie United Methodist Church (SUMC), Mt. Si Lutheran, and Fall City United Methodist Church (FCUMC). Worship will begin at 10:30AM at Snoqualmie Methodist Church. Our offering will go to Congregations for the Homeless Shelter scheduled to open later this fall and winter. Please keep your pledge for St. Clare’s until the following week, or drop it off during the brunch. If you would like to sing in the combined choir, here is the link for that: http://www.jwpepper.com/Greater/10553459.item#.V9Lrs2jn_qA

to listen: http://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&type=audio&productID=10553459

Choir will meet at 10am for rehearsal.

Catered Brunch   Worship will be followed immediately with a catered Baked Potato brunch for everyone back at St. Clare’s! In the truest ecumenical fashion, we will share our space, but all else is being provided by the caterer!

Clothes for the Cause  LAST CHANCE!!! BRING THOSE LAST BAGS OF USED CLOTHES THIS SUNDAY! For those who can stick around for a little while this Sunday afternoon after the Brunch, we will load all the bags into the truck.

A Community Forum on Homeless Teens in Snoqualmie Valley

Will be held at the Sallal Grange 12912 432nd Ave SE, North Bend, on Monday October 10th, from 7pm to 9pm

According to OSPI’s 2014-2015 Homeless Student Report, there are over 60 homeless teens in Snoqualmie Valley – a higher percentage than either Issaquah or Bellevue School Districts. This number includes only those teens enrolled in school and who self-report; given the difficult nature of accurately identifying homeless youth, this is certainly an undercount. These transitional age youth are particularly vulnerable and underserved. Please join us and a panel of local service providers to begin to explore and better understand this issue. We need everyone who has information to share or who is interested in gaining more insight to participate. This is a complicated issue, but one that has solutions and that needs our thoughtful consideration and effort to make meaningful change. We won’t be coming up with solutions in one night, but if you have ideas or concerns we want to hear from you. This will be the first of an ongoing conversation to find community-supported solutions. Interested in joining us, but can’t attend on the 10th? Please contact Alexis at Lecturer@SallalGrange.org to share your interest, ideas, or concerns and we’ll keep you in the loop!


The Rev. Patty Baker

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