Local Church Brings Camp to Danville
Grove Presbyterian Church, 330 Bloom Street Danville, in partnership with Camp Krislund of Madisonburg, PA brings the church camp experience to our town again this year. The week of June 19 -23, 2017, 9:00am-4:00pm, children having completed the grades Kindergarten through Eighth are invited to join in the experience. For a small cost of only $50 per child for the entire week! ($40 for second child in family, $30 for third and others), children enjoy games, outdoor experiences, fellowship, and Bible study all under the guidance of trained Krislund counselors and caring Grove members (all with PA child care clearances). Lunch and snacks are provided throughout the week. From Thursday to Friday, the campers have the option to go on an overnight at Krislund and enjoy all the activities there. Spots are limited so register your child today. Scholarships are available. For more information contact the church office at 570-275-0692 or search the church website www.grovepres.org .
Horn Lake High School is bringing their fabulous
Voci Novella Elite Ensemble Choir
all the way from Mississippi to Grove Presbyterian Church (330 Bloom St., Danville PA 17821)
on Sunday, May 21st. Concert begins at 1PM.
This is something you won’t want to miss! This high school choir travels the east coast, collecting choir prizes at prestigious competitions! Questions? Phone the church office at 570-275-0692
The Rev. Dr. Bill Knudsen leads a responsive reading during the Presbytery of Northumberland’s stated meeting that also served as the executive presbyter’s retirement ceremony.
To say that the Rev. Dr. Bill Knudsen took the path he thought he would or ended up where he planned couldn’t be further from the truth. After all, he had visions of joining the Navy as a chaplain and had little interest in a job opportunity as the executive presbyter at the Presbytery of Northumberland. However, God had different plans for Bill, and 14 years after accepting the call at Northumberland, which followed a 20-year career in the Army Reserves, Bill is retiring.
“It’s the right time to do it,” Bill said when asked about retirement. “I want to retire while I’m young enough to be able to still go out and enjoy life. I’m 67 years old and it gives me a lot more opportunity to settle into a new area, make new friends and still be young enough, active enough and healthy enough to enjoy retirement.” Continue reading
To register click on the following links for a list of the workshops
and the registration form.
2017 PW Gathering Registration for Workshops
2017 PW Gathering Registration Form
DEADLINE to register is May 8, 2017