PMC Evergreen Pathfinders
Saturday, February 17, 2018
(Flyer, TV, Google search, name of person who invited you, etc.)
Help the Pioneer Evergreen Pathfinder Club by:
Kindergarten Visitation Day

Bring your child for a morning of singing, worship, stories, a craft, PE class, music class, outdoor playtime, and time to enjoy one of the 20+ learning centers. Please call (269) 471-3220 to register your child for this fun-paced day!

April 4, 8:15 to 11:30 AM
Location: Ruth Murdoch Elementary School

Kindergarten Parent Night

Come meet Mrs. Curnutt and learn about the creative, hands-on, developmental program that will help your child to grow in academic, social, physical, and spiritual ways. Tour the classroom and school, ask questions, and enjoy refreshments while you meet other parents. A $50 coupon toward tuition for the first month is available only on this night. Please come early if you need to drop off your child for child care.

April 3, 6:30 to 7:30 PM
Location: Ruth Murdoch Elementary School

Knitting Hearts Together

Please join this Spirit-led ministry as we create and deliver hand-created comfort to the seriously ill and bereaved.

March 27, 7:00 PM
Location: MacCarty Residence
Contact: Alice Williams - alicew@andrews.edu | (269) 461-6815
              Lyn MacCarty - (269) 471-9060 or (269) 208-3377

Experience the Gospel of Mark

Celebrate Easter with us by attending a live performance of the story of Jesus. Experience the good news of Mark’s gospel by attending this stage performance told by Jared Nudd. Pastor Nudd has committed to memory the entire gospel and will be sharing Mark’s words as it was originally intended - orally in its entirety. This event is free and open to the public. We hope you and your family will plan to attend!

Sabbath, March 31, 5:00 PM
Location: South Bend First SDA Church
                1936 Altgeld Street, South Bend, IN 46614

Get Your Life Back!

Depression & Anxiety Recovery Seminar by nationally acclaimed depression recovery/research specialist, Dr. Neil Nedley (via video and with locally trained presenters). Thursdays, March 29—May 17, 6:30- 8:30 PM (9 sessions). Info session will be held March 15. 

Information Session: March 15, 6:30 PM
Seminar Dates: Thursdays, March 29 - May 17, 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location: Village SDA Church
Register: (269) 471-7795

Not All Wounds Bleed 5K

The Andrews University Psychology Club is hosting a 5K run/walk fundraiser for Not All Wounds Bleed. Through this run/walk, they hope to bring awareness to PTSD, provide an outlet for the expression of physical health, and bring both the AU students and community members together. Runners will be given a free t-shirt and wristband. Click the link below to sign up.

April 15
Location: Andrews University Track Field

Adventist Community Service Disaster Relief Introduction Training

This 1-2-hour course is intended to prepare for disasters. Types of disasters are identified and basic information is presented. If individuals are prepared to survive a disaster, they may be able to assist others. The course is the first step to get your ACS Disaster Relief certification. If you are interested in attending this free training, email teela@andrews.edu or call (517) 290-1518.

March 31, 4:00 PM
Location: PMC Commons

Community Supported Agriculture

CSA is short for Community Supported Agriculture. Sower's Purse Microfarm LLC is offering full and half share memberships for the 2018 growing season. With a focus on seasonal culinary diversity and growing methods which honor the Creator and His creation, your membership helps to ensure fresh, healthy produce remains available in the area for the forseeable future. It's the best way to connect with where your food comes from without growing it yourself. Weekly deliveries will be available at Neighbor to Neighbor every Friday from early-June to late-October. For more information on this season's limited membership please e-mail: christopher.dicicco@gmail.com.

Used Adventist Book Sale

There will be a used Adventist book sale on Sunday, April 8, 10am-4pm at the Village Adventist Elementary School. There will be about 7,000 used books for sale. If you are looking for something specific, John Segar is encouraging you to call him in advance at (269)781-6379. Part of the proceeds will go to the Village Adventist Elementary School.

There will have a large assortment of used Adventist books including:

  • Doctrinal
  • Ellen G. White books
  • Story books
  • Bible Story/Uncle Arthur Bedtime Story
  • SDA Bible Commentary
  • Song Books
  • Cook Books

Sunday, April 8, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Village Adventist Elementary School Gym
               (409 W Mars St, Berrien Springs, MI 49103)

Madagascar Project

Andrews University's Community and International Development department provide an opportunity for students to attend the Madagascar Study tour each year. The goal every year is to implement a humanitarian & development project. Dr. Joel Raveloharimisy, director of the CID program, has coordinated and sponsored many projects such as Mantasoa Youth Center, Orphanage Hanitry ny Ala, and Orphanage Mampitasoa, and this years project funds a Seventh-day Adventist school, "La Chretienne" College. Students that attend this school are in need of books, computers, and resources to make their education more successful.

For more information about donating to these specific projects in Madagascar go to: https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/44185

Your tax-deductible donations can be made as one-time gifts or through several donations over time. Please visit https://vault.andrews.edu/vault/app/pages/advancement/login/development select "Madgascar Study Tour Projects". In the text box titled "My Instructions" type in "Smart Future" and this will allow you to donate to La Chretienne College.

"Ny fianarana no lova tsara indrindra"
"Education is the better heritage of all heritages"