June 21 - July 18, 2008 A+31
Plan for Rally Day at CUMC EV Chabad works to bring
An old-fashioned indoor church carnival is being planned for church members and
Israeli children to AZ
the community for Rally Day Sun., Aug. 3 at Chandler United Methodist Church.
Spokesperson Gwen Chandler Rusk says Rally Day is the Sunday at CUMC when new
Donations are needed for a local effort to bring 10 children from the war-torn town
fall Sunday school programming and curriculum begins.
of Sderot, Israel, to the SanTan Sun area for the summer.
“It is an exciting day, as all the children of the church are rallied together to move
Chabad Center of the East Valley is participating in a national campaign to help 100
to their new grade in Sunday school,” Chandler Rusk explains. “Some of the children
receive Bibles, children meet their new Sunday school teachers, and all greet new and
The children will be airlifted out of Sderot and brought to the Valley, where they will
old friends after summer vacation.”
be housed, fed and participate in camp with other children, enjoying art, computers,
CUMC’s education team is sponsoring a church indoor carnival and festival, with
sports, swimming and more.
activities that include games, prizes, a cake walk, hot dogs, cotton candy and more. All
Beds, furniture, funds, game tickets and more are still needed. The total cost of the
activities are open to the public.
project is $400,000.
In addition to the activities, many of the church’s groups and committees will have
Most importantly, the children will be given a summer without fear.
booths at an Information Fair, detailing each group’s focus. It will be an opportunity
“We want to give these children the gift of childhood,” says Rabbi Mendy Lipskier,
for members and newcomers to learn more about the organization of CUMC’s
director of CGI.
To fi nd out how to help, or for more info, call Rabbi Lipskier at 480-855-4333, email
Sunday worship will be at 9 a.m. on Aug. 3, with fellowship time at 10 a.m. The indoor
or visit www.sderotkids.org
church carnival, festival and information fair will be from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Chandler’s fi rst church, celebrating 95 years in Chandler, is a full service church,
with ministry, services, programs and small groups for every age group and interest.
Sunday worship is at 9 a.m., with fellowship time at 10. A nursery is available during
Worship. This summer, Sunday school will begin at 9:15, during Worship time.
The church is located at 450 E. Chandler Heights Rd., east of Arizona Avenue,
in S. Chandler. More information can be found at the church’s website at
or by calling 480-963-3360.
SL Sisterhood plans fall events
Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sisterhood has begun planning a roster of “exciting”
events for the upcoming year.
Meetings will now be held at 7 p.m. in the Oakwood Ballroom; the fi rst fall meeting
will be held Mon., Sept. 8 and will feature a documentary about a famous New York
City bra store.
The annual Dames and Games card party is scheduled for Tue., Oct. 28 in the
Oakwood Clubhouse, featuring raffl e and door prizes and a silent auction of Madame
Alexander dolls. All money raised from the silent auction will benefi t St. Jude’s Children’s
Hospital, while all other profi ts from the card party will benefi t local charities.
Cost is $20 per person; list table attendees and send with checks in one envelope,
payable to SLJC Sisterhood, 25803 Eastlake Dr., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248.
Annual dues payments of $25, payable to SLJC Sisterhood, can be sent to 3495 E.
County Down Dr., Chandler, AZ 85248.
More events will be announced at a later date. For more info, call 480-664-6355 or
| Page 2
| Page 3
| Page 4
| Page 5
| Page 6
| Page 7
| Page 8
| Page 9
| Page 10
| Page 11
| Page 12
| Page 13
| Page 14
| Page 15
| Page 16
| Page 17
| Page 18
| Page 19
| Page 20
| Page 21
| Page 22
| Page 23
| Page 24
| Page 25
| Page 26
| Page 27
| Page 28
| Page 29
| Page 30
| Page 31
| Page 32
| Page 33
| Page 34
| Page 35
| Page 36
| Page 37
| Page 38
| Page 39
| Page 40
| Page 41
| Page 42
| Page 43
| Page 44
| Page 45
| Page 46
| Page 47
| Page 48
| Page 49
| Page 50
| Page 51
| Page 52
| Page 53
| Page 54
| Page 55
| Page 56
| Page 57
| Page 58
| Page 59
| Page 60
| Page 61
| Page 62
| Page 63
| Page 64
| Page 65
| Page 66
| Page 67
| Page 68
| Page 69
| Page 70
| Page 71
| Page 72
| Page 73
| Page 74
| Page 75