Madison Christian Community Announcements
Daytime Prayer Shawl Knitting Group - Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The Prayer Shawl Group is expanding and there is room for many more. Just ask our two prior non-knitters! For more information, call Winifred Brown at
270-0095. In May the group will meet downstairs in the Middle High Room.
Madison Veterans for Peace Invite you to Assist with the Memorial Mile
Madison VFP will be setting up the Memorial Mile at Olbrich Park on Saturday,
May 25—now with 6600 tombstones representing US service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. If you are able to come to help set, we need you! We will stat at 9:00 a. on May 25, but may need people later in the morning if the ground is hard. RSVP to John at firstname.lastname@example.org or 438-7480 if you can help. We will also need help taking it down on Sunday, June 2 at 3:00 p.
Memorial Day Observance, Monday, May 27 at 1:00 p. at James Madison Park . Keynote Speaker: Eileen Ahearn with music by Old Cool.
MCC COMMUNITY GROUP Monday, May 27 and June 1
Memorial Day hike in the woods & potluck picnic at McNatt’s cabin near Montfort. Bring your own plates & silverware, lemonade & coffee provided. Bring binoculars to watch bluebirds. Carpool from the MCC at 9:30 a.
Saturday, June 1, 10:00 a.m. Michael Feldman show at the Overture Center. Donuts at 9:00 a.m., doors open at 9:30 a.m. There may be some tickets at the door if you didn't reserve ahead of time. Lunch afterwards?
Volunteer Builders Needed! Friday June 6
Habitat for Humanity is asking the MCC to provide eight volunteers on Friday, June 6 to help with the Thrivent Build house in Fitchburg. The workday is from 8:15 am to 3:30 pm. All necessary tools and supervision are furnished by Habitat. No experience necessary! If you can help please call John Rowe. Thanks!
Meditation Monday for MCC Friends
Begin your week with balance and peace of mind. We welcome all who’d like to join us in the Covenant Room, 5:30-6:30 p. each Monday. We begin by listening to a brief “dharma talk” that explores different aspects of a meditation practice, and sit in mindfulness for about 20 minutes. Afterwards we may talk about our experiences (or not). Wear comfortable clothes and bring a pillow(s) or blanket. Namaste! Mary Schmelzer and Bob Sessions.