Community Bulletin Board
This space is for Members and Friends of Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church to sell, swap, give away, or barter items or services; and to share information about activities and organizations in which we are involved but are not necessarily related to the congregation.
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posted by Beth Hannold * Capitol Hill Group Ministry’s 2014 Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program – Every year CHGM provides Christmas gifts for homeless and underprivileged families through our Adopt-A-Family Program. Families request a few items of clothing and a toy or book for each child, as well as a household gift like pots or towels. Donors like you help bring joy to the hearts of families in crisis. Please partner with us to make this event the best ever. There are several ways to get involved:
- Sponsor a family(s) by purchasing gifts for the entire family
- Sponsor a child(ren) by purchasing gifts
- Make a cash donation towards gifts for families
- Sponsor toy drives
- Donate toys, games, gift cards.
Click here to learn more.
posted by Brenda Dunlap and Kelly DelRe * Shape Note Singing at CHPC on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7-9:30 p.m. We sing from “The Sacred Harp” and “The Shenandoah Harmony”. Shape note singing is an a cappella non-denominational community, musical, and spiritual event emphasizing participation, not performance. Loaner books will be available. All are welcome, no experience necessary! For more information, contact John or Kelly at 540-955-2660 or by email.
posted by Leslie Barbour * Gary and Leslie have listed their home in Bend, Oregon on the AirBnB website at this link. Reserve your stay in a one bedroom apartment in a gated golf course community starting June 2014.
posted by Sally Stoecker * Court Appointed Special Advocates — CASA—DC (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a really important and worthy organization that always needs support. This is where I volunteered (2007-2011) and also worked part time as staff in 2009. Volunteers are trained to represent foster care children in family court and to mentor and assist them outside of court–to make sure they are cared for properly…education, health, hygiene, etc. I often lift up Lyashaw in prayer—I represented her until she aged out of the system at 21. We are still in touch and that has been a very special relationship. Also, if you are thinking of volunteering somewhere in 2014, I highly recommend CASA (www.casadc.org)! Many blessings, Sally