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Feast & Fellowship **Registration**

Feast & Fellowship **Registration**

Feast & Fellowship was a success and is returning for another season!  We are taking registrations to begin in January 2018. F&F is gatherings for meeting and eating with other church members. These will be Saturday or Sunday dinner groups, hosted in homes as a chance to meet folks from a different pew, aisle, or service!   Let us know if you are interested in participating!  Once people have submitted their date preferences, we’ll sort the groups and share the individual F &F meeting dates to each member. Registration will close on November 20th. Register at https://fairfaxpresby.breezechms.com/form/87d125


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PopUp Mission!!

Help prepare a SuperMeal for our homeless friends in need. We’ll be cooking in the kitchen from 10 to 130 this Sunday, February 5th. Come before or after worship. There’s plenty to do! Coordinator is Cate Rodman.


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Restoration, Recovery and Food

Come to “Restoration,Recovery and Food”, a healthy way to keep your New Years Resolutions, on Jan 22 at 12:30pm in the Multi-Purpose Room. Deb O’Connell presents a workshop on nutrition. Ms O’Connell has a BS in Human Nutrition and Food and an MS in Human Nutrition and Public Health. Registration is $10 and includes lunch. Registration is open now. Go to Nutrition Workshop Registration.


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Feast & Fellowship

Start 2017 meeting and eating with other church members. MCM is currently organizing Season One of Feast & Fellowship. These will be Saturday or Sunday dinner groups, hosted in homes as a chance to meet folks from a different pew, aisle, or service!  More details coming soon!


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Upcoming Food drive

It has been a busy summer at our Food Pantry and we are in need of restocking, especially to prepare for the upcoming holiday seasons. There will be collection bags distributed the last two weeks of October and the youth will be collecting, sorting, and storing the received food on November 6th (although the Food Pantry takes donations year round!!). Contribution suggestions link?


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FACETS

FACETS

Mission: FACETS opens doors by helping parents, their children, and individuals who suffer the effects of poverty in Fairfax County. Vision: FACETS envisions a day when everyone in Fairfax County has access to adequate and affordable housing and nobody is homeless. We seek to engage and educate our community in providing long-term solutions and resources to break the cycle of poverty for our neighbors in need. Values: FACETS values our clients and treats them with dignity and respect regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, political belief, religion or mental or physical disability. www.facetscares.org FACETS programs at FPC: FACETS Hot Meals FACETS Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program FACETS Back to School Supplies Drive FPC Point of Contact: Becca Peterson


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