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Youth Group March News

Youth Group meets each Wednesday night from 6-7 pm. A light meal is provided and Youth are asked to bring $3 to help defray the costs.

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Attend a Showing of "THE STONES CRY OUT"

The story of the Palestinian Christians—often ignored by media accounts of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis. Discussion after the film. Sponsored by the Presbytery of the Missouri River Valley Social Justice & Peacemaking Committee “The Stones Cry Out” (56 minutes) examines the plight of the Palestinian, indigenous Christian Arab population – the direct descendants of the first followers of Jesus, often called “the forgotten faithful” in the current Middle East situation. Media coverage generally portrays Palestinians as Muslims when, in fact, they include both Muslims and Christians. Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus, is now hemmed in by the “wall,” cut off from Jerusalem and robbed of much of its agricultural land. This film is all the more important for understanding the issues currently being discussed in peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians.

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First Annual Cereality Breakfast

Are you rushed on Sunday mornings? Have you ever skipped breakfast because you’re afraid someone will steal your favorite spot to sit? Well, the Outreach, Nurturing and Evangelism Committee wants to take away your hunger pangs on March 9th with our First Annual Cereality Breakfast!

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Prayer Shawl Ministry March Update

The prayer shawl ministry continues. Meetings are the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm under the birds in the office area. Prayer shawls are knitted or crocheted by members of the congregation who purposefully pray for the recipient. If you want to participate, please contact Gay Emry at 402-697-9115 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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2014 PCM's Per Capita

2014 PCM’s Per Capita The “Per Capita” assessment is an obligation we gratefully accept to fund our Presbytery Synod, and General Assembly. This year, PCM is assessed $35.00 for each member of our congregation. Any member who does not pay their “PCM Assessment” will have their portion paid from the PCM General Fund.

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Capital Campaign Committee Formed

As Pastor Bob noted in the annual report, PCM will be launching a capital campaign this year. The Capital Campaign Committee has been formed.  The members are:

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ACE Puppets

After a brief break, we are preparing new acts for 2014. We have been I invited back for our fourth show at Skyline Manor, Friday, March 14. Festival, put on by Creative Ministry Solutions, is back in Omaha at West Hills Church Friday evening, March 28 and Saturday, March 29. There will be a choice of workshops to attend, live performances, and puppet group competitions both days.

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Presbyterian Women News

Monday evening PW Circle will be meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, March 3 at the home of Dorothy Norton, 10609 Hilltop Rd. They will be studying chapter 3 of the book, “Wounded Women of the Bible”.

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Mission Moments & Milestones

What were you doing on February 2nd? A large number of caring PCMites were enjoying a variety of soups and supporting efforts to fight hunger in our state through the Souper Bowl of Caring. The Youth Group send their heartfelt thanks to those who prepared the soups, set up &/or cleaned up the Fellowship Hall and those who donated money. The final count was $1,287.35! (I believe that’s the highest amount raised in the history of PCM.) The youth have designated Food Bank of the Heartland (the lion's share) and Crossroads Connection Prison Ministry as the mission partners who will receive the funds.

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2014 Summer Missions Camp - June 2-8, 2014 at Estes Park, CO

Calling all Middle School (current grades 6-8) & High School (current grades 9-12) youth to join your peers & an outstanding leadership team for a week of service, growth, fellowship, fun and so much more. Add this experience to your summer plans.

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Camp Calvin Crest Camperships

Camp Calvin Crest summer camperships for church members’ children are available. Get a signature on your 2014 Summer Camp Registration Form from Kathy Sutula, Kathy Koslosky or Chuck McGavren. Early-bird discount (15%) for registration is also available for registrations received before March 15th. Consider camp this summer! Information and forms are in the Communications Center.

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Signupgenius.com

The Deacons have started using the SignUpGenius site to facilitate scheduling. You may receive emails regarding volunteer opportunities that will involve going to http://SignUpGenius.com enteringa password, and filling your name into a form. The current form is scheduling visits to Rod Rodgers.

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Visits are Precious

The journey for the Rodgers family is long. One way that each of us can support them is by taking a few minutes to visit Rod. Deacons are setting up a schedule so that PCM visits Rod in a regular pattern. If you are interested in being added to the list of visitors, please contact Deb Burg 402 575.1711 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Caring Bridge

Are you familiar with Caring Bridge? It is a non-profit that is set up to share health news with friends and family in a confidential environment. Karen Rodgers set up a site on Caring Bridge to share news as Rod's health progresses. If you are interested in accessing the site, please email Deb Burg at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and she will forward the link.

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Ways You Can Help Crossroads

Pray for the Crossroads ministry and its participants.Attend worship any Sunday night (6:00 PM, usually at Underwood Hills Church) and stay for the meal and fellowship afterwards—see what Crossroads is all about! You are always welcome!Consider a financial gift, or even better, an ongoing pledge.Get your CDL and become a PCM bus driver for Crossroads.Train to be a transportation sponsor and commit to transporting at least once a month.(Crossroads often has a waiting list of 12-15 people waiting to attend Crossroads worship services and must have adequate transportation sponsors for them to attend.)Help provide a meal for the fellowship after worship.Help a former inmate find a job.Become a mentor to a former inmate.Help in facilitating a Financial Peace University class.Donate clothes for the clothes closet, food for the pantry, and paper products for meals.Look on the Giving Tree for specific items that Crossroads needs from time to time.

Please call Guy Shelton at 402-699-1950 if you are interested in helping with any of the above items or have any questions.

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Friday, 3/14/2014: Galloping Gourmet Meets 2nd Friday of March

Save the Dates: PCM's Galloping Gourmet Surprise Restaurant Tour Meets the second Fridays of each month in March, April and May. Then this fall plan on second Fridays of September, October and November. So please mark your calendars now to attend on 3/14, 4/11, 5/9, 9/12, 10/10 and 11/14.

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March Letter from Pastor Bob

Dear People of God,

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Meal Mart

Would you appreciate a donated, home-cooked meal?  Beginning on March 2, the Deacons will be sponsoring a MEAL MART on the first Sunday of the month.  On March 2 soups will be available in two-cup or one-quart containers, cooked and ready to take home for your family or for someone who you know who would appreciate the attention.  In the same spirit as the Garden Mart, you are welcome to make a free-will donation to support the ministry.  Leftover soups will be frozen at the church and will be available for pickup during the month.

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The Daniel Plan starts March 9th

The Daniel Plan starts March 9th
PCM’s 40-Day Whole Church Lenten Study—The Daniel Plan What is the Daniel Plan? A healthy lifestyle program based on Biblical principles and focused on The Essentials: Faith, Food, Fitness, Focus, and Friends.  The program offers an approach to achieving a healthy lifestyle where people get better together by optimizing their health in each of these life areas. The program benefits are accelerated when done in a supportive community of friends because God designed us to thrive in relationships. With the support of God and your group, you have far more than willpower helping you make positive changes. The overearching message of The Daniel Plan is about abundance, not deprivation. Five weeks—Small groups start the week of March 9th. “So whether you eat or drink, whatever you do, do it for the glory of God.”  - I Cor.10:31 
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