The Community United Presbyterian Church

 Theme for 2017-2018


The Goals:

  1. To share more about mission
  2. To support missionaries, local & abroad
  3. TO DO more mission work    



Thanks to everyone who supported the January SOUP & MORE SALE. A special THANK YOU to the ladies who made all the delicious items that were sold. We cleared about $750 which helped us to replace the profit we would have earned at the Salad Luncheon.

Our next visit to Crest Personal Care Home will be on Wednesday, February 13th . We will meet at 9:45 at the church.  We will be playing BINGO and visiting with the residents.

The next PW Gathering will be Thursday, March 14th from 1-3pm. We will be viewing a video about Julian of Norwich. It is a drama about a real woman who lived in the 14th century. It is amazing how her message and insights still have relevance today. Everyone is welcome to see the video and enjoy light refreshments.




    Throughout the year, both silk and live flowers are placed in the Chancel weekly.  Most of the silk flowers have been donated by one person while the live flowers (such as potted chrysanthemums) have mainly been provided by two individuals.  These are in addition to the Christmas and Easter flowers that members of the congregation purchase.  Some of the silk flower arrangements are getting tired and need to be either replaced or refreshed; and we always enjoy live ones as well.  

If you would like to help with this expense, please consider doing one of the following:  

  1. Make a donation to the Flower Fund of Presbyterian Women so that Lee can purchase (and create) silk arrangements that can be kept and used periodically.  Make checks payable to Presbyterian Women and note that it is for the Flower Fund.
  2. Sign up on the Flower Chart on the bulletin board in the hall to provide floral arrangements for a specific date that you purchase and then take home with you.  

    If you have questions, please talk with Lee Washlaski.  Her phone number is 724-668-7032. 




    The Presbyterian Women of CUP have decided that it's time for a new cookbook of our favorite recipes.  Some of us are lucky enough to have a copy of one or both of the "old" cookbooks, but we would like to have a new collection to enjoy.  If you have a recipe (or many recipes) that you would be willing to share, please put them in the envelope on the table in the Narthex, mail them to the Church, e-mail them to Lee Washlaski at, or give them to one of the ladies.  Be sure to give your recipe a title, and make sure to place your name on the recipe.  We will begin gathering them immediately and continue to collect them until March 31.  A publication date and other information such as cost will be announced later.  We always have the most delicious foods at our covered dish dinners, so our cookbook will be a treasure!  Questions?  Ask Marsha Stallings or Lee Washlaski.






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