OCTOBER 2022 Bethel Record Newsletter

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Bethel United Church of Christ3029 N Green River RoadEvansville, IN 47715812-473-0135www.bethelucc.orgOCTOBER 2022 Bethel Record/NewsletterOCTOBER 2022 Bethel Record NewsletterWorld Communion Sunday, October 2ndNEWSLETTER DEADLINE October 19thCongregational Meeting October 23rd after serviceTrunk or Treat, October 30th

Mission Focus for October – Our focus for this month is Neighbors in Need (NIN). This is a specialmission offering of the United Church of Christ that supports ministries of justice and compassionthroughout the United States. One-third of NIN funds support the Council for American Indian Ministry(CAIM). Two-thirds of this offering is used by the UCC’s Justice and Witness Ministries (JWM) to supporta variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects through grants. Neighbors inNeed grants are awarded to UCC churches and organizations doing justice work in their communities.These grants fund projects whose work ranges from direct service to community organizing and advocacyto address systemic injustice. This year, special consideration will be given to projects focusing on servingour immigrant neighbors and communities. If you would like to support this ministry, you can use theenvelopes in the pews, or send a check to Bethel UCC, with NIN in the memo line. Thank you.1

When is this year's CROP Walk?The Evansville area CROP Hunger Walk will be Saturday, October 22nd, 9:00 AM, at theDream Center, 16 W Morgan Avenue, just across the street from the new aquatic centerin Garvin Park.How long has our community hosted the CROP Hunger Walk?This will be the 50th anniversary of the Evansville CROP Walk, which makes it the oldestcontinuous CROP Walk in the state of Indiana.How can I get involved in the CROP Hunger Walk?Hunger is one of the greatest injustices facing our world, but it doesn’t have to be thisway. Ending hunger is possible in our lifetime. You can help make it happen. Gather ateam and walk together on October 22nd. It could be a church team, your family, agroup of friends, or a social group. Or come out and walk on your own. If you can't walkthat day, donations may be sent to our treasurer. Contact me for more information.Do I get a FREE T-shirt if I walk?Yes you do. Local businesses help sponsor the CROP Walk, and a portion of their supportprovides all of our walkers with a FREE T-shirt.How long is the walk?This year's walk route is less than two miles. Our route will take us south to visit StVincent Depaul's food pantry on Columbia and then return to the Dream Center.What is the time frame of the walk?Registration begins at 9:00 AM. A brief program begins at 10:00 AM, with the walkcommencing around 10:30 AM. The walk concludes at the Dream Center with a briefclosing before Noon.Are we supposed to bring money?Our goal is to raise awareness and money. We like to have walkers and we like to havedonors. Some people walk, some people donate, and most people both walk anddonate.Can I donate online?Absolutely! Please visit https://www.crophungerwalk.org/evansvillein to make yourdonation.Where does the money go?Church World Service receives our Walk funds, and a portion of those funds are grantedback to our community - to the Tristate Food Bank and to the Evansville EmergencyFood Pantry Consortium. The remainder is used by Church World Service in theirinnovative and self-sustaining work to fight hunger around the globe.Where can I find out more about the CROP Hunger Walk?Please visit our local walk website: https://www.crophungerwalk.org/evansvillein.2

Friday FriendsThe Friday Friends meet on the first and third Friday at 11 AM every month inFellowship Hall. We each bring our own sack lunch, and someone brings dessertfor all of us. Then we play cards or dominoes or “Apples to Apples.” Sometimeswe just chat, solving world problems or our own! We sure would like to makemore friends! Everyone is welcome! How about having lunch with us on October7th or 21st!Ushers & Greeters needed!If you think you might be interested in ushering or greeting on Sunday mornings,talk to Linda Hape at 812-422-6723 or ldhape68@gmail.com. We are alwayslooking for additional volunteers!3

Stockwell School Needs You!Stockwell School is hosting a combination grandparents’ night and art show called“A Grand Art Show.” All of the students will have artwork on display. There areother activities such as a photo booth and cookie decorating. This all takes placeon Tuesday, October 18 at 5:30 PM. Many volunteers are needed! Their eventsare always well organized. The staff and PTA make us feel so welcome. We have agreat time whenever we volunteer at Stockwell!If you’d like to help, please contact Barry & Doris Burleigh or Linda Hape.4

Ladies, Do you enjoy fellowship with other ladies in our church while eating atdifferent local restaurants? Let’s start Lunch Bunch back up! We will meet the 2ndWednesday of each month at 12:30pm. First meeting is October 12th at Red Lobster!If you are interested, please call Pat Stoltz at 812-401-0462 or emailpatstoltz@yahoo.com so we can get a head count of who will be attending. This is agood way to get to know everyone. Invite a friend!From the Green TeamOur farming dynamic duo of Ron and Aaron Krueger are featured in the Farm Journal. The article isPlanting Green: Drives Bold Changes. See an interview with Aaronhere: resiliency-reduce We join Ron in being proud of Aaron and very, grateful for hisleadership in feeding – and saving – our planet.Dear Friends,Greetings from ETSA leadership! We are excited to share with you a new way of staying in touchwith our sister churches in the Evansville Tri-State Association. The attached link will take you to ournew ETSA Newsletter. Unlike traditional newsletters, this is a living document! It will update withnew information as it is received by the association leadership. This same link will always take you tothe most current association information.You can have special events from your churches added to our newsletter by contacting Rev. EmilySlade (emily@bethlehemucc.org) or Rev. Stephanie Weiner (stephanieweiner4@gmail.com). Whenit comes time for your church’s own newsletter to go out, we hope that you will reference thisnewsletter and take from it (copy and paste!) what you think might be helpful for your specificcongregation to know regarding association news.5

This is a new approach to keeping the association informed, so bear with us as we grow throughhiccups along the way, and feel free to reach out and let us know if you spot an error!Copy and paste the link for up-to-date newsletters each vAa dSkRwhJnsSlIAUxhZ44oZG3Gg3DMy6Y/editA PDF copy of September’s Newsletter can be found HERE.And in other newsThe ETSA clergy, gathering for their first monthly meeting of the new program year, have decided togather a different way. Rather than our traditional 2nd Tuesday morning, we will gather from 11:30 to1:30 at a local eatery for fellowship and news and resource sharing. Our hope is to enjoy oneanother’s company and be respectful of new and changing scheduling patterns. We also hope to bemore accommodating to those who have more rigid schedules. If you are among them, please comefor whatever portion of your lunch hour you can.So, we will meet Tuesday, October 11 from 11:30 to 1:30 at Los Portales, 3339 N. Green River Road,in the “Schnuck’s” shopping center at Green River and Lynch. We have reserved their nook thatseats 30. Come early for a seat. The menu is mainly Mexican with options for the vegetarians andless spicy among us. Check them out at www.LosPortalesMex.com. They are very hospitable! Wehope we are too. Please come!But first, see you at Terry Farmer’s Ecclesiastical Council – details in the newsletter at the addressabove. This Sunday 9/18 at 3 PM at St. Paul’s UCC German Township.As a friend says, “Until soon”Onward!StephanieGood News from United Caring Services! We are now owners of Zion House, the formerparsonage of Zion Evangelical UCC (Downtown). We are rehabbing it for shared housing, a partof our commitment to moving people from homelessness to home.Want to support efforts like this? Join us for the 21st annual Cindy Klassic Golf Scramble:October 17 beginning at 8 AM at Oak Meadow Country Club. More information is onunitedcaringservices.org/golf.6

Happy October Anniversaries to:47810Debbie & Dan PattersonRuth & David WillisDeborah & Greg NeidigShirley & Bob Mangold132728Mardell & Joseph PuckettAlyssa & Carson WhiteLinda & Gregory ShekellHappy October Birthdays to:34678Nancy NolandLinda AbsherEllen BuehrerPatti ManleyGreg NeidigDebbie Wilson91718182122Joan EnglishChad WiningerLaylani GarveyJudy SchultheisKim ShaferTheodore Scales232324242829Lynne FinneyChris MatthewsKraig NanceJerry NolandJerry LangfordLuke BrownFamily and Friends Serving in the Active Military - We hold in our prayers:* Scott and Will Kirk, Air Force, grandsons of Carmen Mazick.* Jacob Swanson, Army, grandson of Ruth Willis.We mourn the loss of:* Dennis Potts, August 27th 2022 Brother of Bobby Potts, brother in law to Jamessa Potts.* Larry Appman, September 8th 2022Memorials:We would like to thank all of those who have made contributions to the Memorial Fund inmemory of Larry Appman. And to any of those not yet listed.Stephanie WeinerBruce and Joan RothRichard and Donna CondiBarbra LedfordDorothy and Daniel DierlamMary L. MaddenCarolyn StephensJames RineWilliam & Beverly OkeyPeggy BeckerHarriet AndersonLendall and Carolyn LudwigMike BurkdollLois Van MeterCharlie & Jo HallerPamela Schuck & Rosalie YeagerJames & Marianna Vogel7

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BETHEL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST STAFF(812) 473-0135www.bethelucc.orgRev. Samuel Buehrer, Senior Pastorsbuehrer@bethelucc.orgCynthia Grassman, Director of Musiccgrassman@bethelucc.orgCynthia Jones, Program Associatecjones@bethelucc.orgAbby Thomas, Youth Choir/Musical Theater Directorathomas@bethelucc.orgMelissa Conville, Office Administratoroffice@bethelucc.orgChristy Woywood, Financial Secretarycwoywood@bethelucc.orgDenise Lane Carter, Preschool Directordlane@bethelucc.orgSue Layman, Accompanist Maddie Jones & Miranda Meister, Audio-VisualRev. Donald Bernhardt, Pastor EmerituOn October 24th Bethel United Church of Christ is 118 years old!11

Bethel United Church of Christ 3029 N Green River Road Evansville, IN 47715 812-473-0135 www.bethelucc.org OCTOBER 2022 Bethel Record/Newsletter

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