We are thankful to Russ Merckens and Bob Strauss for leading the efforts in making our church a safe place to gather. They also met, along with Danbury Police, with our Danbury Ministerial, for the sake of security for all our peninsula congregations.
St. John and St. Paul building assessments have been done by Danbury Police and a list of possi-ble building and procedural updates has been created for each congregation. Developing and imple-menting a security plan will be a gradual process. There are simple and effective ways to begin. The first is educating ourselves for prevention, and then educating ourselves for response. There will be a first tier response training for a smaller group for each church, and then the training will be offered to any and all in the congregation. Watch for more information on “ALICE” training, to be conducted by Dan-bury Police. (We are grateful that Danbury Police already regularly monitor parking lots and grounds around all the peninsula churches when we gather for worship each Sunday.)
Sunday, January 7, 6:00 pm @ St. John
We’re not done, yet! Come and see how we might continue our journey together after the Reformation 500 year. All are welcome to come and help us continue the celebration as sisters
St. John and St. Paul Joint Worship at St. Paul, 10:30 a.m. (No 8:45 am worship at St. John)
Hospitality Lunch after worship – Thanks to Ruth Scott and extra food from our chicken dinner
Information Lunch after worship – Join others interested in knowing more about our side by side ministry. Those who are interested in membership (opt.) will be received the following Sunday, January
n. 21, 2:00 pm, Unity Sunday Worship at 1st United Church of Christ, Marblehead
Join our sisters and brothers in Christ from the Peninsula – all are invited and welcome!