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All of you who are thirsty, come to the water!
Whoever has no money, come, buy food and eat!
Without money, at no cost, buy wine and milk!
Why spend money for what isn’t food,
and your earnings for what doesn’t satisfy?
Listen carefully to me and eat what is good;
enjoy the richest of feasts.
Listen and come to me;
listen, and you will live. (Isaiah 55:1-3a)
Some questions you might ponder as you pray with this passage from Isaiah 55:
- What might you be ‘spending money/time/energy/focus’ on that doesn’t satisfy?
- How do you (or might you) carve out space in your life for simple listening to God/Jesus/Spirit?
- What is life-giving to you right now? How might you put more energy and focus there?
SUNDAY MORNING Worship In Person & Live Stream @ 9:30am
The link for Sunday morning worship (as well as archives of past worship services) is found on our website: www.hutchfmc.org! Join at 9:25am to see the announcements!
FELLOWSHIP TIME is back with coffee/tea/juice between Worship and Sunday School!!
SUNDAY, APRIL 3: Fifth Sunday of Lent
Praising Turns to Taunting: Jesus is Condemned
John 19:1-16a; Psalm 146
Prayer of the Day: Suffering God, you were turned into a criminal – condemned despite your innocence. When people in our world face unjust systems, help us to stand against injustice, bring truth to light, and demand dignity and justice for all people. Amen.
- Preacher: Jim Unruh
- Worship Leader: Star Gipson
- Children’s Time: Nick Krehbiel
- Scripture Reader: Marlene Thode
- Organist: Pauline Buller
- Ushers: Glenda & Rick Hooper
- Nursery attendant: Kris & Joyce Lindenberger
- Sound Tech: Micah Wenger
- Live Stream Tech: Jonathan Wenger
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES MEET @ 11:00am – EXCEPT ON 5TH SUNDAYS when there is no Sunday School!!
SHARING JOYS & CONCERNS
During each worship service, you are invited to text your prayer joys and concerns – usually to Pastor Tonya. You are also welcome to send prayer joys & concerns during the week. The recording of our worship service is public, so let us know if you’d prefer your request to only be shared via email during the week.
Announcements are scrolled Sunday mornings before (beginning around 9:25) and after the worship service. There will be no spoken announcements unless there are pressing announcements that did not make it into the PowerPoint. Please send any announcements you’d like to have included by Thursday each week.
CALENDAR – LOOKING AHEAD
- March 29 – Evening visitation for Velma Ratzlaff’s family and friends (6-8pm)
- March 30 – Velma Ratzlaff Memorial Service (10:30am) with lunch following
- March 30 – Wednesday evening GAME NIGHT for all ages @ 6:30pm
- April 10 – Palm Sunday and beginning of Holy Week
- April 13-15 (Wed-Fri) Stations of the Cross open NOON-7:00pm in FMC foyer/sanctuary for prayer
- April 14 – 6:00pm Maundy Thursday meal & worship service (with communion)
- April 15 – Noon Community Good Friday Service @ Trinity UMC (hosted by area Women Clergy)
- April 17 – EASTER Breakfast (9am), WORSHIP (10am) & ALL CHURCH PHOTO (after worship) taken for the 100th anniversary … plan to attend!!
FMC CENTENNIAL . . . LightHouse Giving Opportunity
The LightHouse addresses the growing need of transitional housing for youths ages 18 to 21 in Hutchinson. The property at 1005 N. Washington Street is currently being renovated into eight one-bedroom apartments.
Interfaith Housing & Community Services is leading this community project. Progress is underway thanks to the help of volunteers renovating this building, which was built in 1887. The Centennial Committee would like for FMC to raise $22,000 by October 2022 to help with these expenses. These dollars will help with construction costs, furnishings for the apartments and ongoing maintenance expenses.
A big thank you to those of you who have already donated! You can see the progress that has already been made on our LightHouse thermometer in the foyer. Checks may be made out to FMC, with “LightHouse” on the memo line. Thank you for your support!
DEEPENING in Christ…
LENT 2022 – TURNING (Gospel of John)
“Pouring over the Lenten texts from John’s Gospel, we are dizzied by all of the turning: God turning toward humanity’s pain as Jesus weeps at raw and unbearable grief; Jesus turning the stench of Lazarus’ death into something confusingly hopeful; Jesus turning into a servant, stooping to wash feet, turning clear water brown with the disciples gathered dust, turning them toward loving and serving their neighbor. Then humanity’s turning away: Peter turning his back on his best friend; Pilate turning and twisting the truth for political gain; The fickle and riled up crowds turning from ‘hosanna’ to ‘crucify.’’ Then the turning of the earth as grave becomes garden, death turns to life, mourning to dancing. John’s Gospel invites us into a season of intentional turning. Our hearts turn with compassion for those who grieve. Our lives turn toward our neighbor in acts of solidarity and service. Our eyes turn toward the cross and we see Jesus turning the world upside down with love.” (Worship Well Lent Worship Resources)
LENT GIVING PROJECT for RENO COUNTY FOOD BANK
Each Sunday in Lent we invite you to bring a specific item for our Sunday morning worship food collection for the Reno County Food Bank. You are also welcome to drop items off during the week. Please place your donations in the laundry basket at the back of the sanctuary.
April 3 – Pasta (macaroni, etc.)
HOLY WEEK 2022 (April 11-15)
- Wednesday-Friday NOON-7:00pm: Stations of the Cross will be open in the FMC foyer/sanctuary for your praying. Invite your friends, too!
- 6:00pm Maundy Thursday worship service including communion and a meal.
- On Good Friday, plan to attend the Noon Good Friday Service at Trinity UMC. Pastor Tonya is helping to host this event with other area women clergy.
EASTER (APRIL 17) SCHEDULE
- 9:00am – Potluck Breakfast/Brunch. Bring food to share and your own table service!
- 10:00am – EASTER WORSHIP
- All Church Photo following the worship service
- A Prayer group meets Thursday mornings from 10-11am in the Prayer Room. All are welcome.
- A small ecumenical Centering Prayer group meets on Tuesdays (ZOOM) and Thursdays (in person @ FMC) from 12:30-1:30pm. If you’d like to learn more, contact Pastor Tonya.
WINTER 2021 SUNDAY SCHOOL @ 11:00am (NO SUNDAY SCHOOL on 5th SUNDAYS!)
CHILDREN & YOUTH: Becoming Disciples (SHINE Curriculum from MennoMedia)
- PreK-Kindergarten (basement, room 3 – or outside)
- 1st-5th grade (basement, rooms 1-2 – or outside)
- 6th– 7th grade (all the way upstairs in the Jr Youth room – or outside)
- 8th -12th grade (all the way upstairs in the Sr Youth room)
Younger Adults Class – meeting in the basement adult Sunday School Room
Adult Bible Study/Discussion – meeting in the basement fellowship hall. This group is using The Bible Project’s Reflections Bible Study to guide study and conversation, which includes a short video on a Biblical theme, topic, or book. Check it out here: https://bibleproject.com/bible-studies/reflections/ and feel free to watch the videos during the week if you choose in preparation for shared discussion.
Adult Bible Study using Salt & Light – meets from 11:00-11:45am in the Prayer Room (right beside the elevator in the basement).
Reminder: No Sunday School on the 5th Sundays of the month!!
UPPER ROOM and REJOICE! devotional magazines
REJOICE! and UPPER ROOM . . . new issues are available above the mailboxes. Please let us know if you would like a copy mailed to you.
STRENGTHENING Community Connections…
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS AT FIRST (WNAF) IS BACK!!
Beginning March 23, WNAF is back!!! Put these dates on your calendar and plan to attend. You are invited to bring finger foods to share at the game night on March 30. On April 6 and 20 a meal will be served between 5:45-6:30pm. If you would be willing to help provide childcare for preschool-5th grade on April 6 and/or 20 please talk to Pastor Tonya ASAP.
MARCH 30 @ 6:30PM … GAME NIGHT for all ages
Bring finger foods to share, and your favorite board or card games, or even a puzzle, to play with friends at First Mennonite!
APRIL 6: Meal served at 5:45pm & Discussion at 6:30pm… MC USA RESOLUTIONS DISCUSSION (1 of 2)
Pastor Tonya and Pauline Buller will give some overall context and background about the upcoming special delegate session of Mennonite Church USA at the end of May. We’ll also discuss 2 of the 4 resolutions: (1) Accessibility and (2) Justice in the U.S. Criminal Legal Systems (a study resolution, not for a vote). Click on the links below to read the resolutions or request a hard copy from the church office. You are also encouraged to listen to the webinar provided by MC USA to learn more about each of the resolutions. Click on the webinar link below for each resolution.
MC-USA Accessibility Resolution
Watch webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41Q4GAhszxo
The purpose of this resolution is to help all members of Mennonite Church USA (MC USA), including congregations, area conferences, agencies and constituency groups recognize and seek to remove the barriers to belonging in architecture, communications and attitudes that prevent individuals with disabilities from participating in church life; and to bring wholeness to the Body of Christ as those barriers are removed, and all people are fully integrated into the community of faith.
MC-USA For Justice Resolution
Watch webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXe79fO5V9A
As a STUDY RESOLUTION, this resolution states the following: We as a church body commit to confronting the injustice within the current U.S. criminal legal system. There are many ways individual congregations, conferences, institutions and agencies of the denomination can participate. We will call on them to report back to the delegate body at the next biennial convention.” The resolution then goes on to offer a substantial list of possible actions as “a starting place to begin this work together.”
APRIL 20: Meal @ 5:45pm & Discussion @ 6:30PM…MC USA RESOLUTIONS DISCUSSION (2 of 2)
Pastor Tonya and Pauline Buller will lead a conversation about remaining 2 resolutions coming to delegates at the special MC USA Delegate Session at the end of May: (1) Clarification on MC USA Polity and Role of Membership Guidelines in MC USA and (2) A Resolution for Repentance and Transformation regarding violence done against LGBTQI+ persons. The first one is a resolution coming for a vote. The second will first come to the delegates for a vote to determine if this resolution will be discussed and voted on at the special delegate session.
EB Resolution Membership Guidelines 2021
Watch webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0i-infwXac
This resolution provides a detailed background and history of the Membership Guidelines of MC USA formed in 2001 and concludes with this short resolution:
Therefore, we retire the Membership Guidelines as the active polity in Mennonite Church USA.
A Resolution for Repentance and Transformation
Watch webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWN8iSrD54s
This resolution (which again, will first be voted on whether to actually consider it for discussion) begins with this opening paragraph: Current policies of Mennonite Church USA do violence to LGBTQIA people by failing to affirm their full, God-given identities and by restricting their full participation in the life, ministries and rituals of the broader church. The rejection of LGBTQIA people by MC USA has silenced and denied ministry callings, torn apart families, forced parents to choose between their church and their child, and caused many LGBTQIA people to leave the church. In some cases, rejection by their faith community is a factor in LGBTQIA people self-harming or even dying by suicide.
ALL CHURCH PHOTO WILL BE TAKEN EASTER 2022
Plan to attend our Easter worship service on Sunday April 17, which will include taking an all-church photo. We plan to have a photographer join us to take this ‘snapshot’ of history in our 100th year!
PRAYERS AND SUPPORT FOR MICAH WENGER’S UPCOMING SERVICE ADVENTURE YEAR
Part of our support as a congregation for Micah’s term is to contribute $400/month (of a total of $4000) toward the cost of participation in the program. If you would like to contribute you can make a donation to the church with “Micah Wenger – SA” in the memo line, or donate at Micah’s personal fundraising page online: https://igfn.us/vf/SAColorado/MicahWenger Thank you!!!
FINAL CALL — ADDRESS, PHONE, EMAIL, BIRTHS and DEATHS . . . updates requested!!
Please send us changes to the church office this week!! A new directory will be printed.
BEAUTIFUL SALT CITY PODCAST
A future story tells us what we want (vision), why we want it (values), and how we will create it (resources). Our own Pastor Jim Unruh talks with people in our community to learn their life stories and to dream together for a future story for our beautiful salt city. Find it here: https://hutchfmc.org/beautiful-salt-city-podcast/. While new episodes are not being added right now, this is your chance to catch up on previous conversations!
CHURCH OFFICE HOURS
- Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am – 2:00pm
- Wednesday 10am-1pm
PASTOR TONYA’S HOURS/SCHEDULE
- Monday: Sabbath Day
- Tuesday-Friday: generally working 9:00am-5:30pm
- Office Hours: 9-2 Tuesday and Thursday; 10-1 on Wednesday
- Available other times by appointment.
- Available evenings and weekends (cell phone is most reliable)
REMINDER: If you are last one out of the church building, be SURE the doors lock behind you when you leave. Go out, watch the doors latch, give both door handles a tug, and make sure they are locked! Thank you.
STRETCHING to Serve as Christ Served…
SOUP KITCHEN MINISTRY – MARCH 26
Many thanks to all who donated and helped!! 86 meals were served. Mark your calendars for May 28, which is our next opportunity to serve!!
RENO COUNTY COTTONWOOD COMPLEX . . . community response
The most tangible way to help the fire victims in our community is through financial gifts. Checks and/or cash need to be directed to United Way of Reno County, note VOAD Fire Fund in the memo. Funds and/or gift cards can be dropped off or mailed to: United Way of Reno County, 924 North Main, Hutchinson, KS 67501
Donations can also be made online at: United Way of Reno County |
KANSAS MENNONITE DISASTER SERVICE (MDS) RESPONSE . . Cottonwood Complex Fire
The Kansas Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS) is currently responding to the Cottonwood Complex Fire in Reno County Kansas. Each day we need 1-2 skid steer loaders, a track machine is helpful or a tractor with loader and a grapple fork is very helpful. We can use 4-6 volunteers each day to help with a cutting torch, sifting through and picking up debris. Please contact Cleo Koop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 316-282-0797 if you are able to help.
MENNONITE DISASTER SERVICE . . . building cabinets in Goessel
The MDS Kansas Unit has purchased a Cabinet Facility in Goessel, KS. The goal of this purchase is to increase the number of volunteers helping MDS while we build the cabinets for MDS construction projects. Contact Cleo for details on how you can volunteer there. Contact: Cleo Koop – (316) 282-0797 – email@example.com
KANSAS MENNONITE RELIEF SALE (KMRS) . . .April 8 & 9 at Kansas State Fairgrounds
Volunteering on sale weekend . . . if you need help signing up, call the church office! Visit the sale website and click on VOLUNTEER: https://kansas.mccsale.org/ Lots of volunteers are needed!
Pick up pie pans and plastic bags in the foyer and sign up to bring pies, bread and zwiebach to the sale. If you would like to have someone take them to the sale for you, have them at the church by 9:00am on Friday, April 8.
Bohne berrogie bake day for the MCC sale will be on April 2 at Moundridge High. Volunteers are needed to fill the berrogie. Shifts are at 6:45 and 9:00. Please wear a head covering. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Marla Gillmore at 620-921-0428 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s make this happen for MCC.
KMRS RUN FOR RELIEF. Jean Gaeddert will again be participating in the MCC Sale Run For Relief. If you are interested in sponsoring her efforts, please send her a check made out to KMRS (Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale/memo: Run for Relief). Your generous, on-going support is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
My Coins Count! This year our coins support MCC projects that provide clean water and food. Our coin jar is in the foyer to collect coins for this project.
Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale Quilter’s Corner. Quilting donations are welcome and needed, i.e. quilting fabrics, quilting supplies, vintage linens, unfinished quilting projects, etc. Donations may be collected by Sale liaisons at their churches and brought to Sale meetings or brought directly to the MCC Center with the indication that they are for Quilters’ Corner. If you have questions contact Ann Yoder Smith, 919-604-3282, email@example.com.
Fellowship Meals . . . prepare a meal for a small group and ask for an MCC donation. Sharing food and fellowship is a great way to celebrate the work of MCC and to support the ministries around the world. Choose any date from now till sale weekend – maybe a Sunday after church or an evening with friends you haven’t seen for a while. Direct questions to Barb at 620-543-6863. Mail your donations as follows:
MCC Fellowship Meals
Barb BJ Reeves
121 East 7th
Buhler, KS 67522
KMRS’s purpose is to raise funds for Mennonite Central Committee. It takes a whole host of individuals playing their part in order that we might carry out the Lord’s bidding to care for the “least of these” found in Matt. 25. We call upon our supporting churches to donate toward the sale budget so that every dollar raised at the sale is donated to MCC. We call upon quilters to complete their quilts and to gather extra supplies to donate to Quilters’ Corner. Consider donating items to the General, Silent and even our Kid’s Auction. During the cool winter months, divide house plants and start vegetable plants to sell at Plants &Things and tea towel sets completed for Kansas Crafts. Challenge yourself to participate in the Run for Relief, a 5K run/walk the Saturday of the sale and spend the winter months gathering your pledges. Go to: https://kansas.mccsale.org/ or like us on Facebook at Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale.
Cash gifts cover event expenses prior to the sale. Each year, it is the sale board and supporting committees’ goal to raise funds to cover the budget leading up to the sale. The purchasing committee needs cash gifts for 45 items ranging in cost from $350 for butter to $8,800 for building rentals. By meeting the budget prior to the sale, all proceeds sale weekend can be donated to MCC. If you or your Sunday School class can support the sale budget in this way, get in touch with Julie or Todd Esau, your relief sale contact persons, or send contributions to sale treasurer, Jo Kasitz, treasurer, 1715 Casey, Newton, KS 67114.
KANSAS MENNONITE MEN’S CHORUS . . . mark your calendar for these concerts
- April 24 @ 7:00pm – Bethel College Memorial Hall, North Newton
- May 1 @7:00pm – Bethany College Presser Hall, Lindsborg
Contribute generously in the freewill offerings to support MCC!
WESTERN DISTRICT CONFERENCE announcements
The WDC Israel-Palestine Task Force is sponsoring a Zoom book discussion of Jonathan Kuttab’s book, Beyond the Two-State Solution (download flyer here). This event will take place on Tuesday April 5, 2022 from 7-8 pm CT. The first 20 registrants will receive a free copy of the book. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (316) 283-6300 and provide your name, mailing address, and email address.
BETHEL COLLEGE announcements
“Painterly Aesthetics: An Expressive Duet,” by Susan and David Harmon, now in the Regier Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center at Bethel College, through April 7 (closing reception April 7). Gallery hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
Sun., April 3 – Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum program, John M. Janzen, “Drums or Organ: Contesting Musical Styles in African Christianity,” 3 p.m., Kauffman Museum auditorium. This program is associated with the current special exhibit marking 125 years of Kauffman Museum, and Janzen will be talking about items included in the exhibit. Due to the impracticality of social distancing, face coverings will be required indoors regardless of vaccination status.
Tues., April 5, guest artist Aaron Linscheid, trumpet, with Bethel College jazz ensembles.
Sun., April 10 – Bethel College Women’s Chorus concert, 4 p.m., Administration Building chapel (may be different from some previously printed calendars)
HESSTON COLLEGE announcements
The Hesston College Chorale under the direction of Dr. Russell Adrian and Ken Rodgers will present a music program entitled “Shine the Light” at churches in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and France May 17 to June 7, 2022. The choir will perform a send-off concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 13 at Hesston Mennonite Church. A free-will offering will be taken to help offset tour expenses.
CAMP MENNOSCAH announcements
Men and Boys Retreat is this weekend, April 1-3! No pre-registration needed. Bring a father, son, brother, mentor, or friend to Camp Mennoscah for this long-standing, guys-only retreat! Claim a place to sleep in the cabins, bunkhouses or sleep in your own tent under the stars. Meals can be purchased for Saturday night, Sunday morning and lunch. Registration and payment will take place upon arrival. For more information, contact Kevin Neufeld at 316-322-5515.
Camp needs to prepare for groups using the dining hall and other main camp buildings this spring. Help is needed to make these spaces welcoming and ready for fellowship. We can work with your schedule, including evening and weekend hours. Tasks include basic cleaning, washing cookware and dishes and moving tables. Contact us at 620-297-3290 or email@example.com
Other events and happenings at Camp Mennoscah:
- Camp needs to prepare for groups using the dining hall and other main camp buildings this spring. Help is needed to make these spaces welcoming and ready for fellowship. We can work with your schedule, including evening and weekend hours. Tasks include basic cleaning, washing cookware and dishes and moving tables. Contact us at 620-297-3290 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Youth Volunteer Weekend is April 9-10! This weekend of service and worship for grades 6-12 returns with vigor. Start your weekend of fun on Saturday at the MCC Sale in Hutchinson (on your own or with your youth group) and then bring the fun with you to Camp Mennoscah in the afternoon. Register at www.campmennoscah.org! (Registration is under Summer Camps.) Keep looking for more information available soon.
- Kitchen helpers needed for Summer Youth Camps! Your time and skill give campers a week of growing in Christian fellowship and experiencing God’s great creation. Cooks need only willing hands and the ability to follow directions. Kitchen staff is needed for June 19-23, July 3-9 and July 17-23. Contact us at 620-297-3290 or email@example.com.
- Better camp discount ends April 1! Summer Youth Camp registration is open. The theme of “What’s in a Name?” focuses on how God knows us beyond any name we may be called. Don’t fret if you miss getting your registration and full payment in by April 1. After April 1, you’ll still get a good rate for an amazing week of camp. Register at www.campmennoscah.org!
- Getting ready for outside fun! Camp Mennoscah needs to replace some outdoor sports equipment, including inner tubes, 4-square/Gaga balls, frisbees for ultimate, and inner tubes. Check out the Camp Mennoscah Wish List on amazon.com or the Wish List. Challenge your Sunday School class or youth group to help meet camp needs! We’ve got many more ideas. Contact us by replying to this email.
- New Volunteer Projects every month! This month we’ve added cleaning gutters, lubricating locks, and deep-cleaning the oven and hood–plus more! There are volunteer projects for every group size, skill set and length of project. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 620-297-3290 to volunteer. See the Wish List for other ways to support Camp Mennoscah!
- The Camp Mennoscah Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Tammy Duvanel Unruh has accepted the position of Development Director. Tammy is no stranger to Camp Mennoscah; she served as Co-Director for Pre-Junior camps from 1993-2016. At Mennoscah, and other venues, Tammy has led many youth and women’s programs including planning, organizing, curriculum writing, speaking, music, and dramatic performances, often of her own material. She has a long history of involvement with youth ministries, serving as Sunday School teacher and in various Youth Ministry/Coordinator positions. As an educator, she has taught in higher education at Hutchinson Community College and Bethel College, as well as High Schools in Moundridge, Newton and Sedgwick. Tammy clearly has a passion for youth, their faith formation, and helping them navigate today’s world. She embraces all aspects of the camping experience and will bring her gifts of communication to endorse Camp Mennoscah for all ages, backgrounds, and life situations.
MENNONITE CENTRAL COMMITTEE (MCC) announcements
Join the MCC Thrifty 50 Challenge! 50 years ago the first MCC thrift shop opened and now there are 85 shops that provide millions of dollars each year for MCC’s work at home and around the world.To celebrate, we’re inviting you to sign up for the Thrifty 50 Challenge to get one practical challenge sent to your inbox and have a chance to win a $25 MCC Thrift gift card every week. Visit thrift.mcc.org to find a shop near you and learn more about MCC Thrift!
MCC response in Ukraine: MCC continues to be in communication with our program partners, many of whom have reduced capacity because of the conflict. Currently, partners are responding in some regions as they are able with supplies they can secure. This includes distributing food, blankets, medications and fuel as well as other emergency supplies. The changing situations in the various cities and regions in Ukraine where there is conflict makes this work difficult and at times dangerous. MCC will continue to determine how it can support short-term needs. However, MCC’s strength continues to be mid and long-term disaster response and we are working to formulate these plans for Ukraine. MCC has been working in Ukraine for 100 years and we will continue to serve in Ukraine long after the crisis disappears from the news cycle. Donate today to support these efforts at mcc.org/ukraine
Make your voice heard! Join MCC in urging President Biden to pursue peaceful solutions in Ukraine. MCC asks the United States government to continue considering approaches that do not rely on military intervention or military support. Engage with your elected officials on this topic and many others through MCC today!
Mennonite Central Committee is hiring a full time Director of International Program. Seeking someone with international development experience who understand and supports MCC’s vision for relief, development and peace in the name of Christ. Come join our team. Apply online by March 28 at mcc.org/serve.
“After We’re Gone: Disabilities and Estate Planning” webinar: Caring for someone who is dependent due to a significant disability is a major responsibility. Making provisions for that person’s physical, emotional and financial well-being after the death of a parent or caregiver can be complex and confusing. Check out this webinar. “After We’re Gone: Disabilities and Estate Planning” will take place Thursday, March 31 at 1 and 7 p.m. Central Time. For more information and to register, go to: https://www.anabaptistdisabilitiesnetwork.org/Resources/Webinars/Pages/After-We’re-Gone.aspx.
Everence® will hold an informative Social Security and retirement income webinar on Tuesday, April 12, starting at 6:30 p.m. Specifics will include, Social Security strategies, including when to begin taking benefits, risks that can impact your retirement savings plus strategies to help your income last throughout retirement. There will also be plenty of time for questions. Information will be presented by staff from the Everence offices in Central Kansas. To register contact Everence at 316-283-3800, 877-467-7294 or email@example.com.