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SL Jewish Congregation Local church practices fair trade
serves Chanukah brunch
Central Christian Church joins with Trade As One Nov. 21 and 22 for a fair trade
market at the church’s Mesa and Gilbert campuses.
SanTan Sun area residents are invited to join Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation for
Senior Pastor Cal Jernigan interviews Trade As One founder Nathan George to
a Chanukah celebration brunch at 11 a.m. Sun., Dec. 13 at the Oakwood Country
learn how the community can make a difference around the world. Trade As One is
Club in Sun Lakes.
a fair trade organization connecting American churchgoers to the working poor all
The event features a $100 Chanukah gelt – Yiddish for money – tree raffl e, a
over the world. Fair trade allows people to give unique, high-quality gifts to family
roving magician, menorah table lightings, kids’ grab bags and a brunch of lox,
and friends while giving income to the poor.
bagels, scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, French toast, apple cobbler and more.
Eight thousand handmade cups were purchased from a community in India and
The cost is $22 for adults and $11 for children ages 6 to 12. Those younger than
will be sold for $2 each. All proceeds will be given back to that community in India.
age 5 are free.
In conjunction with the fair trade market, Central Christian Church will
Oakwood Country Club is located at 24218 S. Oakwood Blvd. in Sun Lakes.
participate in a rice, beans and water diet for three days leading to Thanksgiving,
For details or to make reservations, call Judy Hippner at 480-883-9393 or Shirley
with the goal of better understanding the lifestyles of the many people of the world
Gerstein at 480-802-0007.
who subsist on a diet of the same.
Central Christian Church’s is located at 965 E. Germann Rd. in Gilbert and 933
N. Lindsay Rd. in Mesa. A third campus will open on Dec. 6.
Temple offers Hanukkah
For more info, visit www.CentralChristianEV.com
or call 480-924-4946.
potluck, Shabbat service
The public is invited to Temple Havurat
Emet’s potluck Hanukkah party and
Church amasses 500 lbs
Shabbat service taking place Fri., Dec. 18 at
the E.J. Robson Library in the Lecky Center
of goods for needy
in Sun Lakes.
New St. John’s Community Fellowship of Chandler recently celebrated the
Attendees should bring a potluck dish
success of its First Fall Rally.
for six to eight people at 6 p.m. Dinner is
More than 500 pounds of canned and dry food as well as new baby clothing,
served at 6:30 p.m. followed by services at
men’s and women’s clothing and hygiene products were collected and delivered
7:30 p.m. and an Oneg.
to Chandler Salvation Army, Cabin Closet, Chandler Christian Community Center
The service also welcome the temple’s
and the New UMOM Homeless Shelter for families.
new rabbi, Sadie Reuben.
Christ’s Community Church opened its doors to facilitate the occasion.
The Lecky Center is located at 9330 E.
New St. John’s Community Fellowship AME Church is located at 900 W.
Riggs Rd. in Sun Lakes. Call Carol Sherter
Chandler Blvd., Suite A-2, in Chandler. Info: 602-237-7504.
Rabbi Sadie Reuben of Temple Havurat
Light of Hope United Methodist Church
3990 E. Riggs Road (NW corner of Riggs Rd. and Lindsay Rd.)
Because No One Should Go Hungry…
At Light of Hope we are collecting canned and
non-perishable food items during the month of
November for the Chandler Community Food Bank.
We invite you to come and worship with us on Sunday Mornings at 9:30.
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