Jacksonville Community Church
Sunday, March 01, 2015

 
 
 
Sunday School
 and
 Nursery Care
provided during
worship

  
All Welcome
1869 Trumansburg Rd.  
607 387-6296
 

Sunday Worship Service
at 10 o'clock

 

The Ministers
The Congregation
Pastoral Staff
Nelson Reppert (607) 592-9166
nreppert35@gmail.com
Organist/Choir Director
Jean Geuder
Handbell Choir Director
Joan Reppert
Joyful Noise Children’s Choir
Eileen Jacobs & Joan Reppert
Christian Education
Sarah Brainard
Church Secretary
Emily Virkler 

              February Clipart      

Sunday, Feb. 1 10:00 am Worship and Sunday School
Sunday, Feb. 8 10:00 am Worship and Sunday School
Monday, Feb. 9 7:00 pm Ad Board Meeting in Hearth Room
Sunday, Feb. 15 10:00 am Worship and Sunday School
Monday, Feb. 16 7:00 pm Outreach Committee in Hearth Room
Sunday, Feb. 22 10:00 am Worship and Sunday School
The First Sunday of Lent  Mark 9:2-9
Wednesday, Feb. 25 7:00 pm Staff Parish Relations Committee

Adult Choir Rehearsal - 7:30 in Hearth Room
Jacksonville Jinglers Bell Choir Rehearsal - 6:30 in Bell Room
 
Schedule for Lent
February 22nd     A Right Relationship with Mother Earth
March 1st            A Right Relationship with God
March 8th           A Right Relationship with Others
March 15th          A Right Relationship with Ourselves
March 22nd          Establishing the Right Balance in Our Relationships
March 29th          A Right Relationship with Life and Death     Palm Sunday
 
 

SOCKS ARE DESPERATELY NEEDED STILL

For several years now, the Jacksonville congregation has been rallying to the call: “Warm Hearts, Warm Feet, Give Socks”. Last year’s effort resulted in more than 2,700 pairs of socks delivered to families in our greater community who are in desperate need of warm clothing. This year, we have delivered more than 700 pairs so far to the Samaritan Center and the Friendship Center in Ithaca and to the Interlaken Food Pantry, where they have been received joyfully on behalf of folks who are struggling to keep warm this winter. Our goal is 2,000 pairs, and we are in the heart of the coldest winter weather. You are invited to join in this effort with your family to help with this important local mission project. We will continue to collect socks throughout the month  of February. Together, we can make a significant difference in people’s lives. Do you agree that this is what we are called to do?

 
Beginning in September 2014 , we have been having a "Food Pantry Sunday”. We have asked eachparishioner to bring a specific item each month. We had hoped to reach 50 "extra" items per month. And as you can tell from this picture, we have not stopped bringing in regular donations to the food pantry and that's a good thing! Food Pantry Sunday is the last Sunday of each month.
February...Peanut butter and jelly...Keep your eyes open for sales and
coupons
March.....Canned tuna...or any other canned protein
April.....Baked Beans
May.....Rolls of toilet paper
June......Box of cereal
July.....Plastic bottle of juice  
The following information is from the Trumansburg Free Press
Don't Go Hungry
Friendship Donations Network provides produce, breads, desserts, dairy, deli, and groceries (if available) to the programs listed below. For a complete listing of food pantries and community meals in Tompkins County, please visit: hsctc.org/food. Updated December 15, 2014.  
 Monday - Friday:
▪ Loaves and Fishes. Free daily meals. All are welcome. No income guidelines. St. John’s Church, 210 N. Cayuga St., Ithaca; Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 12 p.m.;Tuesday, Thursday at 5:30 pm.
▪ Food is shared with Freedom Village USA and Women's Opportunity Center.
Monday,  01/12 only:
▪ Lansing Food Pantry. The Rink, 1767 E. Shore Dr. ,Lansing, 1:00 - 3:00pm. Second Monday is Mobile Food Pantry, 10-11 a.m. Fourth Monday, regular food pantry, 1-3 p.m.
Tuesdays: 
▪Immaculate Conception Church Food Pantry. 113 N. Geneva St., Ithaca, 1 - 2 p.m. 
▪ Healthy Tuesdays at Groton Public Library, 112 East Cortland St., Groton., 6 p.m.
Wednesdays: 
▪ Bread of Life Food Pantry. 1 Water St., Candor, 3 -5:30 p.m. Closed Dec. 24.
Thursdays:
▪ Halsey Valley Helping Hands Pantry. GAR Building, Hamilton Rd, Halsey Valley, 4-4:45 p.m. No Halsey Valley Pantry on the 3rd Thursday. Closed on Christmas. Open on Dec. 24 at 3 p.m.
▪ Food is shared with Community Justice Center/Alternatives to Incarceration, Ithaca Youth Bureau, and Rescue Mission.
▪ Danby Food Pantry, 3rd Thursday only. Danby residents only. Danby Federated Church, 1859 Danby Rd., Danby, 3 -6 p.m.
Fridays:
▪ Interlaken Reformed Church Pantry. 8315 Main Street, Interlaken, 3-6pm.
▪ Food is shared with non-profit programs: Bright Futures Program, Cayuga Addiction and Recovery Services; Dryden O.U.R.S and Y.O.U.R.S.; New Roots Charter School; outreach to low-wage work sites, senior housing and rural families.
Saturdays:
▪ Free hot meal served at Salvation Army. 150 N. Albany St, Ithaca. Saturday 12 p.m.;Sunday 3 p.m. (not an FDN program).
▪ 1st Saturday: Catlin First Methodist Church Pantry. 402 Chambers Rd., Horseheads,  2-4 p.m.
▪ 2nd Saturday: Grace Lee Wesleyan Church Pantry. 2075 Chambers Rd., Beaver Dams, 1 p.m.
▪ 3rd Saturday: Linderman Creek Pantry. 201 Cypress Court, Ithaca Community Room, 12-12:30 p.m.
▪ 3rd Saturday: Calvary Baptist Church Pantry. 507 N. Albany St., Ithaca, 12-3 p.m.
▪ 4th Saturday: McLean Community Church Pantry. 50 Church St, McLean, 1:30-2:15 p.m.
Sundays (Alternating Weeks):
▪ West Village Apartments Distribution. (12/14, 12/28) Chestnut St., Ithaca, 2. - 3. p.m. 
▪ Overlook Apartments. (12/14, 12/28) 1263 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca, Community Room, 12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
▪ Reach Out For Christ Church Pantry. (12/7, 12/21) 318 Johnson Road, Freeville,12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
▪ Distribution to housing communities in downtown Ithaca. (12/7, 12/21).
Eligibility:
▪ Limit: 1 pantry per week.
▪ Suggested Monthly Income: 1 person -$1,800; 2 people – $2,100; 3 people – up to $2,300; 4 people – to $2,600
For a complete listing of daily pantries, see:
 
Founded in 1988 by Sara Pines, MSW, Ph.D., Friendship Donations Network’s mission is to rescue fresh nutritious food from stores and farms that would otherwise be thrown away and redistribute it to neighbors in need. This is accomplished by an extensive network of volunteers who pick up donations of mostly perishable excess and day-old food and deliver them to pantries and programs that serve in excess of 2,100 people weekly. We divert over 500,000 lbs. of good food from the landfill each year!Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/ FriendshipDonations
 
MISSION STATEMENT
 As People Who are Open to the Call of Christ
 We Reaffirm Our Mission as a Caring Community,
  Ministering to All, Including Those Who are Sick,
 In Poverty, in Confusion and in Bondage.
 We are Dedicated to Proclaiming the Gospel
 By Word, Deed and Prayer;
 Providing Christian Education for All;
  Opportunity for Fellowship;
  Witness to the Community;
 And Outreach to the World.
  We Seek God's Strength for These Tasks of Love,
 And we are Able, through Christ, to Love
 With the Inspiration and Guidance

Of the Holy Spirit.