CROP Walk 2021

Dear CROP Walkers and Donors,

Thank you again for keeping CROP Walk in your thoughts and plans.  The Weybridge Church has long made this a part of our giving tradition, and after a year off, we’re very glad that we can participate.  All proceeds go to help the world’s hungry and thirsty through the work of Church World Service projects, with 25% staying right here for our Addison County food shelves.

There is an important note to walkers – Because we have a special service on Sunday, October 3, we will CROP walk at alternative times. Those who wish to walk as a group will meet at 9:00 AM on Saturday, October 2 in the bandstand on the Middlebury green. Others who plan to walk on their own can choose their own time and/or route to walk. If possible, please try to have your walk and fundraising completed by October 3.

If you wish to donate to a walker or to the Weybridge Wanderers team, simply click the link below and go to DONATE to the right.

https://events.crophungerwalk.org/2021/team/weybridge-wanderers

To register as a walker go to the link below.  You will see REGISTER in the upper right.  You can register with your email or through Facebook.  Make sure to join the Weybridge Wanderers.  https://events.crophungerwalk.org/2021

As an email connected walker, consider sending a note to your friends and contacts letting them know you are walking and asking them to make a donation online toward your efforts. The website makes it very easy to just load in your email address and push send.  Or, you can also link your Facebook account and post it for all of your friends!

In addition to all of the global efforts of Church World Services, they are often at the very front lines of global disasters, many here in the U.S..  And please remember, “we walk because they walk”.

John M.

We Are Active!

We Are Active, Worshiping, and Celebrating Under the Tent – Join Us!

Worship at 10:00am under the tent followed by fellowship hour. Please feel free to join us for any part of our Sunday celebrations.  To be placed on our weekly Sunday Service announcement and invite, please email jom@madriver.com.

Mountain Reflection – Deacon Nancy Spears

Mountains of the Bible #6 – Panorama of the Promised Land

You can read the final sermon in our Mountains of the Bible series here – Mountains of the Bible – Panorama of the Promised Land

 

Mountains of the Bible #5 – Permanence & Impermanence

“The mountains melt like wax before the Lord.” – Psalm 97: 5

You can read this week’s Mountains sermon here…Mountains of the Bible – Permanence and Impermanence

Mountains of the Bible #4 – A Climbing History of Christ

Follow along with this week’s mountain sermon – Mountains of the Bible – A Climbing History of Christ.

“Sermon on the Mount X (after Claude), David Hockney, 2010

Mountains of the Bible #3 – Moses & Mount Sinai, Nan Shepherd & the Cairngorms

Follow along with our “Mountains of the Bible” series with this week’s sermon: Mountains of the Bible- The Living Mountain of God. This week we focus on the Mountains that shaped Moses’s life, as well as the Scottish mountain writer-philosopher-poet Nan Shepherd.

Mountains of the Bible #2 – Mount Abe

This week we continue with our Mountains of the Bible summer series. You can read this week’s essay/sermon here – Mountains of the Bible – Three Rules of Mountaineering.

Watch Craig Zondag offer this week’s Mountainside Meditation on Mt. Abe here:

Mountains of the Bible #1 – Mount Ararat & Snake Mountain

“and in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, the ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat.”  Genesis 8: 4

Today we begin our “Mountains of the Bible” summer series. You can read the first sermon here:  Mountains of the Bible – Mount Ararat, Mother of the World. And below – a short “mountaintop meditation” from the top of Snake Mountain.

“Spirit in Nature” Sermon – Rev. Daniel Cooperrider – June 14, 2020