Attention All Youth and Parents. The time to celebrate our culture has arrived! Our 2018 theme for Black History is “A Night at the Museum”. Parents, please encourage all of our youth and children to participate and also bring ideas on people they would like to see showcased in the program. Rehearsals will start weekly on Tuesday, January 23rd from 630pm-8pm. Please see Sisters Kennedy Allen, Mia Washington, Connie Dallas or Brother Marcus LaGrant with any questions.
· Saturday, February 10, 2018, 11am Leadership Meeting; 1pm Church Meeting.
· Pilgrim Rest Boys Basketball Games Saturday, February 10, 2018: Game 4:00 pm Pilgrim Rest vs Mt. Pilgrim. Game is at New Testament Church, 10201 Bradley Rd.
· Tuesday, February 13@ 6pm, Fast Tuesday Service. Everyone is encouraged to attend as we enter into the Lenten Season.
· Lenten Services will begin on Wednesday, February 14 thru Wednesday, March 28, 2018 @ 12 noon and 7pm. The Theme for this year is “Who Is This Jesus”. The noon Services will be held at Bethesda Baptist Church 2909 North 20th Street. The 7pm Services will be held at Progressive Baptist Church, 8324 West Keefe Avenue.
During this time we will not have Wednesday & Thursday Bible Study here at Pilgrim Rest. We are encouraging everyone to attend the Lenten Services.
· Saturday, February 17 @ 9am Security Ministry Meeting. If you would like to become a part of this ministry, please join us.
· Parents, Please “Save the Date” Sunday, February 28 after Morning Worship to meet with Pastor and the Church School Staff re: our children ages 3-17. Meeting will be in the Fellowship Hall, (light refreshments will be served)
· Sons of Praise and Daughters of praise will rehearse 2nd & 4th Sundays after worship service. If your child is interested in being a part of either team, see Brother’s Moore, Torence or Nash or Sister’s Frost or Spencer.
· ATTENTION MEMBERS, If you would like your contribution statement please sign up in the foyer, at the parking lot door or call the office
· PLEASE BEWARE OF THIS SCAM: Strangers bringing unordered gifts! This scam originated in Houston, TX, but could be anywhere. You could receive a call from a company called “Express Couriers.” (could also be called something else) asking if you are going to be home, they have a package that requires a signature. This is the first part of the scam, finding out when you will be home. If you are home they will then come to your home, maybe with a beautiful gift basket and a bottle of wine. They will tell you they don’t know where it came from or who sent it. But because the gift contains alcohol there is a $3.50 delivery/verification charge. They will say they do not take cash only debit or credit. When you swipe your card and enter a pin they have your account information. Within hours they can clean out your account.
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· learn the construction trade, and rebuild your community! Sign up for Youth Build today! Cr-sdc.org/program/career services or call 414-906-2711. See the flyers in the foyer for more information.
· If you are a High School student with aspirations to become a doctor or enter the medical field, Check this out! Applications now open for “Apprenticeship in Medicine”. Call 414-955-8735, fax 414-955-0129 or email email@example.com. Flyers in foyer.