Events have a new look . . .
Havelock Christian Church is having Sunday morning worship in the
parking lot. Any other meetings or events require social distancing and
wearing a mask.
September Sundays: Parking
Lot Worship Services to continue – 10:30 a.m.
To enhance our listening, the service is
broadcast on 87.7 FM on your car radio. Lawn chairs in the shade are also most
welcome. Come, let us worship!
We now have
pre-packaged communion elements available for those who don’t bring your
own. The wafer and juice are
individually sealed and will be available for guests and members alike if you
choose to take advantage of them.
Wednesday, September 9 - Outdoor Clothing Giveaway (weather
September 17, 7 p.m. – Open Mic Night
is hosting an evening of music at Havelock Christian Church. All musicians who enjoy
playing and/or singing are invited to come present a short program for others
and audience members are asked to socially distance and wear face masks.
Come to this
“talent night” for the whole community!
Special music by
Kansas Walker will be scheduled for a later date.
Northeast Food Pantry
Food Pantry gifts
to be dedicated on the first Sunday of the month. –There are families
in our neighborhood for whom finding enough food for their next meal is
a real concern. The Northeast Food Pantry is an important link in our
community to provide help for families in need. Gifts are dedicated the
first Sunday of each month and taken to the Pantry at Bethany Christian
Church for distribution.
The pantry is in need of all food items. Mentioned are: pork &
beans, black beans, red beans, kidney beans, canned vegetables, canned fruit,
juices, pancake flour, Saltines, Jell-O and pudding, tomato sauce, mac and
cheese, macaroni, creamed soups, all sorts of soups, beef stew, spaghetti
noodles, syrup, tuna/salmon.
Fall Garage Sale. Watch
for information to come! Collect your treasures!
for Brock’s Boutique are still being accepted. You may bring your donations to
the church in a bag and leave them under the awning, or you may call Debbie
Boltz for further information or assistance.
we are able to work out a safe way to display clothes and abide by safe social
distancing, we will be able to resume this ministry. For now though, it is not
safe to try it. Safety comes first.
Orchard is a non-profit peer-run drop-in center for anyone
with mental health challenges or anyone who has experienced mental
health challenges, traumas, or addictions.
project now is called "Brock's Boutique."
Once a month we offer clothing to the neighborhood. Food is also
available. A free-will offering is not
requested, but is accepted.
Current needs are for donations of GOOD used clothing, clothes pins,
paper bags, and for people to sort and organize the clothing.
Other on-going projects include:
lights that no longer work.
electrical cords that don't work or are cut off from appliances before
the appliance is trashed.
cans for the youth group's recycling project (funds raised help pay for
*Food for the food
pantry. We deliver our food to Bethany Christian for use by the
Northeast Lincoln Foodbank.