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Because Service Doesn't Stop on Sundays.

We are living off of the dreams and the visions of those on that day of Pentecost; off the dreams and visions of those who met to first envision Arlington Church of the Brethren.

- from Sunday's sermon

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Monday.
   
    
Tuesday.
 
      Office Hours, 3:30-5:30pm    
     • Iglesia de Restauracion Pacto Eterno, 7-9pm in Fellowship Hall


Wednesday.

     • Office Hours, 9:30-11:30am
     Brethren Voices, 11am, more details
     
Thursday.

      Breakfast Bunch, 8am
     Office Hours, 3-5pm
     Kaizen Karate, 6:30-8:30pm in Fellowship Hall
     Community Choir Practice, 7:30pm at AFUMC


Friday.

       Young Adult Conference, Camp Brethren Woods thru 5/27

Saturday.

       Shepherd's Spring Workday, 2 of 2
      CAEC Prayer Service, 11am in fellowship hall
      Iglesia de Restauracion Pacto Eterno, 5-9pm in Fellowship Hall

Sunday.
   
       Worship, 11am            
      Office Hours, 12 - 3pm
      Cambodian Alliance Evangelical Church, 1-4pm in Sanctuary + Fellowship Hall  I
      Iglesia de Restauracion Pacto Eterno, 5-9pm in Fellowship Hall
      • Brethren Voices, 6:30 pmmore details

 

Looking Ahead.

Sun., 6/3 - AFAC Volunteer Picnic, 5pm
Mon., 6/4 - Church Board Meeting, 7:30pm in library
Fri., 6/8 - 12 - Reevesland Lettuce Washing, in kitchen
Fri., 6/8 - Young Adults Gathering, 6:30pm in fellowship hall
Sun., 6/10 - Bethel Worship (2 of 2 trials), 9:30am in sanctuary
Sun., 6/10 - Children's Sunday School with Bethel, 9:45am
Sun., 6/10 - Unity Potluck, 12pm in fellowship hall
Sun., 6/17 - Father's Day
Sun., 6/17 - Worship, 10am
Thurs., 6/28 - Breakfast Bunch in Bridgewater
Wed., 7/4-8 - Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH
Sat., 7/7 - Volunteer at AFAC, 8:30am
Sat., 7/8-14 - Song + Story Fest, Inspiration Hills Camp, OH
Sun., 7/22 - Bag Lunches for ASPAN, 12pm in fellowship hall

 
* Check the online calendar: http://arlingtoncob.org/calendar/ anytime for up-to-date information on timing, event details, birthdays and building use.
 

More Details.
 
Summer Camp | Scholarships for Children + Grandchildren
The church is offering $150 scholarships for each camper going to Shepherd’s Spring for a week this summer. Contact Lisa for more information and to access the scholarship for your child or grandchild.

Unity Worship + Potluck | *Update: TBD
As it turns out, June 10 is not a good date for all three congregations. Keep an eye out for the rescheduled date once it is selected.

WaPo Letter from Patricia Roop Hollinger
Read a letter from a Westminster, MD woman, Patricia Roop Hollinger, in the Washington Post about American farmers. When Heifer Project began, the Roop farm was used as the gathering place for cows donated to go to Europe. Click here to read.


2018 Directory | In the Narthex
An updated contact directory is now available in the narthex. Pick up the stapled version to reuse your cover from last year or take one with a cover if you need a new one. If we run out of covers and more are needed, put your name on the sticky note so Suzanne can get you one. Contact her with any questions too. The online directory is now up-to-date too. Navigate to it under the ‘About Us’ tab, hovering over ‘Contact Us’ or use this url: arlingtoncob.org/member-directory. The password is case-sensitive and all one word: NewLife.
 

Advocate, Volunteer + Give.


Doorways Donation Day | TBD

Our annual Doorways donation day is coming up. This is always a very successful event, raising multiple carloads of groceries for our community partner providing shelter from domestic violence. Once the date is set (either June 9, 16 or a date in July if those dates aren't locked in soon), we will need pairs of volunteers in hour shifts to stand outside of the store offering to collect donations. 

 

Disaster Relief  | Pretzel Jar Donation Total
Last year we re-purposed a pretzel jar brought back from the 2018 Disaster Auction. We used it to collect spare change to donate at this year's auction the other week. The change was counted and we collected $271 for disaster relief! Before sending the jar off to the auction, folks guessed how much they thought we might have collected and Josh was the closest with a guess of $276! The Service Ministry Team very kindly awarded him a $10 Starbucks gift card for the very close guess. We picked up another jar this year and after we polish off the pretzels, we'll start collecting again! Contact Marcia 
 


* Do you care about ways to serve and participate in our community and through our denomination? Sign-up for and commit to reading regular updates from organizations that interest you, then notify Suzanne in the office about the events and projects you want shared on ACOB's calendar.

 

Media.
 
blessed break
 
New! #BlessedBreak | http://bit.ly/BlessedBreak97
The newest #BlessedBreak offers a glimpse into the work and mission of Doorways, just in time for our annual donation day. Click the link above and take a break to learn through video, scripture and prayer.
 

Pray. Call. Write.
 
  • Ralph, home from the hospital
  • Jacque, had successful surgery on Friday
  • Sara, celebrating a new job
  • Everett, back injury
  • Tom, Sue's boss, returning to work next week
  • Sharon, Marcia's friend + ACOB service volunteer, health issues involving rapid weight loss
  • Ron, Sue's friend, continued chemo treatments for stage IV lung cancer
  • John, Dale's brother, undergoing health assessment for an englarged heart and possible microvalve repair
  • Dale, seeking treatment for back pain
  • Karolina, positive progress transitioning between homes
  • Ruby, Lisa's student, back at school and a mostly normal routine after first of series of brain surgeries
  • Eugene, Donna's high school friend, receiving treatment for burns after a farm accident
  • Sophia, wrapping up a challenging school year
  • Abraham, Silena's dad, celebrating his 95th birthday on May 14
  • Cindy + her Parents, traveling to Roanoke to help as her stepfather, diagnosed with pre-dementia, is closing his business
  • Barb Wright, Shelley's aunt, recovering from parasite contracted on recent travels abroad
  • Carole, continuing to heal and adjust after surgery at a new rehab facility, Calls and visits are appreciated, 703-867-1952
  • Chuck Norton, Bethel UCC, undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer
  • Church of the Brethren in Nigeria (EYN), including 113 girls still captive
Keep in your ongoing prayers:  Steve Shuss, Minnie Simmons, Carolyn Studds
 

* Prayer concerns will ordinarily be listed for four weeks. If you would like one to be kept on or added back in, please let the office know. Names in bold are new to the list or updated this week.
 

Worship.


Due to technical difficulties, there is no sermon podcast this week.
 
baby in the back  announcements

 
Donna Piano   



reading scripture  search process

collecting cereal 

cereal collection  cereal

 

 
 
More Photos.
 
We had a working salad lunch after worship:
 
working

supplies  thinking

 

Meanwhile, our kids were having fun outside:
 
in the tree

deer  running

girls

glasses  mice
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Arlington Church of the Brethren
Office Hours (call ahead)
Tuesday | 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Thursday | 3 - 5 pm
Sunday | 12 - 3 pm
 
Contact
Mobile (call anytime): 571-243-5344
Fax (call ahead): 703-524-4109
ACoB@ArlingtonCoB.org
 
 
 




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