Bird Watching & Identification – every Monday

Due to the COVID19 virus, the Birders are not able to meet in the observation building. The park is still open and bathrooms can be accessed from the west entrance of the new nature center.

Call Ed or Cynthia at 638-4291 with any questions.

Gallery Artist – Feb 23rd through March 29th

The current exhibit in the Langhinrichs Gallery is Black, White, Color Art by Susan Wenger, Jewelry by Sondra Solomonson from February 23-March 29th, 2020.  Given the COVID19 virus, hours for the Gallery are limited – call the office: 260-744-1867.  Contact Cathie Rowand, 580-6457, for more information.

The HUUmanists in Action Group – second & fourth Sundays, 12 PM 

We meet every second and fourth Sunday in the Choir room – grab a snack and join us around 11:45 or noon. Due to the COVID19 virus, all HUUmanist meetings and events are postponed until April or further notice.

Racial Justice Team meetings – first Sundays, 12-1:30 PM

The Racial Justice Team invites you to set aside the first Sunday of the month after church in the Choir room to participate in conversations regarding concerns about 21st century discrimination, oppression and racism. Grab your coffee and snack after service and join them in the choir room.  Our next meeting is April 5ththis may be a virtual meeting. Stay tuned.

If you would like to help with planning and projects, the group works on those on the third Sunday. To be added to the email list or for more information, contact Rebecca Reeder.   

Sisters in Good Company Book Group – April 5th, 4 PM

This will happen via Zoom – if you’d like to join in, please email Cathie Rowand at

Join Sisters in Good Company for their next book discussion and Potluck on Robin Wall Kimmerer’s book “Braiding Sweetgrass“. Description from Wikipedia: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants is a nonfiction book about plants and botany as seen both through Western scientific traditions and Native American traditions.

SOLD OUT! ArtVenture Trip – Frida Kalho, June 13th

The Langhinrichs Gallery Committee has organized a bus trip to see the largest private collection of Frida Kahlo artwork and pictures of her life at the College of DuPage in suburban Chicago on Saturday, June 13, 2020. After viewing the art and gardens, we travel to Chicago for a few hours to eat lunch or go shopping. Tickets are sold out!

Hospitality Volunteers Needed

Due to the COVID19 virus, worship services are offered via Zoom until April or further notice. Each Sunday you (as an individual or as a family) may choose from three categories: SetupFood & Beverage, and Cleanup. Please sign up by going to our link. We’re looking for people to be part of a team to organize this area of shared ministry. If you are interested, please contact Rev Misty-Dawn Shelly, 260-744-1867. Thank you.

Flower Sign Up

Due to the COVID19 virus, worship services are offered via Zoom until April or further notice. If you’d like to remember a special date or a special someone, use the link on Reminders will be sent. Thanks for adding to the beauty of our service through flowers!

Scrip Program

Scrip cards are ordered on the 15th and 30th of each month. See any of the Scrip team (Kathi Weiss, Patty Davis, or Susan Wenger) at church on Sunday mornings or email them.

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