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United Church News - September 2022



Book Study - Wednesdays at 10am in Grace Chapel. You're invited to attend our weekly book study beginning Wednesday, September 7th at 10 am in the chapel. Parish Nurse Lisa Dunbar and her friend Dana will be leading discussions using resources from The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk, MD and the Psalms to look at the hurting and healing aspects of our thoughts and feelings. Join us, invite a friend, and let’s explore together.  The study will cover how our body, brain, emotions and spirit function together. We will be referencing a book called “The Body Keeps the Score” as well as other sources to help us sort out and understand ourselves better. We are changing the location of the Study to the Meeting Room located in the same building as the chapel and my office. Please let Lisa Dunbar know if you have any questions. The sign-up sheet is in the back of the sanctuary on the table. 



Forever 55 (=/-) Ladies' Luncheon - Thursday, September 8 at 1pm, George’s Lakeview Café. Remembering National Day of Service & Remembrance Patriots’ Day. Honoring individuals who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attach on September 11, 2001. Please RSVP to the office or Hedy. 



Men's Breakfast - On the first Tuesday of every month at 8am at George's Lakeview Café. Contact Vern Peterson or the church office for more information.



Walking Group - Mondays and Wednesdays at 1 pm


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THE NATIONAL FRIENDSHIP LINE, 1-800-971-0016, is a phone number for seniors (60 years of age and older) who can call once a day, every day, if they would like social interaction or ask health questions. They can even request a volunteer to make an outgoing call directly to a loved one who might be in need but is reluctant to reach out.  Trained volunteers are available to take the calls and each year they make and/or receive 100,000 phone calls with seniors.  The Friendship Line is sponsored by the Institute of Aging (IOA).  This service is free. 



THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE, 1-800-273-8255, provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.



VALLEY VIEW FOOD BANK was founded in March 2007 by Jesse Ramirez. Jesse served at the West Side Food Bank in Surprise, Arizona for 21 years before starting Valley View Community Food Bank. From its first 500 square foot location to now, Valley View Community Food Bank currently provides nutritious food boxes at four locations.

More than a food bank, Valley View Community Food Bank is committed to doing as much as possible to serve the needs of our diverse community. Their mission is to serve those in need with compassion and respect while providing the resources for wholesome nutritious food. Valley View Community offers a safe, positive environment where those seeking help can easily find the resources they need to feed themselves and their families. Valley View Community Food Bank is a 501 (c) 3.


To donate, go to feedingaz.org/ways-to-help/. To volunteer to help pack boxes or deliver food in the Sun Cities, call Martha Ovalle, Volunteer Coordinator, at 602-486-4285. For more information, contact Jesse Ramirez at vvcfb@yahoo.com.

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