++ Lenten Study continues Wednesday evening at 6:00pm.
++ Share the Warmth Silent & Live Auction– March 13th, 6pm-8pm at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Hood River.
$10/person or $5/person with a canned food item for FISH Food Bank. Hors d’oeuvres from Ahi’s Catering. Proceeds go to St. Mark’s to use in their support of FISH, HRWS, Emergency Voucher Program, Free Clothes for Kids, and Athletes for Cancer.
++ Lenten Spiritual Nature Walk — March 14th, Saturday. Meet at Catherine Creek for a gentle walk with guided spiritual activities. The trail is paved and suitable for all ages–from strollers to wheel chairs. Stick around a little longer if you want to continue with a more challenging hike. All are welcome. This is a great opportunity to invite your friends.
From the Washington side of the Hood River Bridge, travel east on Hwy 14 for 5.8 miles to Old Hwy 8 at Rowland Lake. Turn left on Old Hwy 8 and drive 1.5 miles to the trailhead on the left side of the road. Look for Pastor David King. Meet at 2:00 and we’ll head out a few minutes after.
++ St. Patrick’s Potato Fundraiser for our youth—11:30 this Sunday the 15th. Potatoes will be served and you pick what you want to pile on top of them! Sour cream, cheese, butter…………come support our youth.
++ Pastor David’s Out-of-Office Hours Wednesday, March 18th, 1-3pm. Ten Speed Coffee at 13th and State St. Stop by for informal conversation.
++ Just for fun! If there was ever a year to celebrate the mathematical constant of Pi, this is it. National “Pi Day” corresponds to the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. 2015 delivers the truest Pi Day we’ll ever witness in our lives. You see, for so long, we’ve been satisfied with the approximation of Pi as 3.14, when really the value is more accurate as 3.1415. If that number looks familiar, that’s because it will be Saturday’s date: March 14, 2015. This won’t happen for another 100 years! So bake or buy a “pie”, eat a pie, have fun with the day.