Kingdom Kidz Puppet Ministry has a variety of events scheduled for in the near future and also shares through their Facebook page often. Learn more at

Women’s Bible Study:                                                                                       Ladies, save your Tuesday mornings for studying God’s Word here at CMF.  Starting February 16, from 9:00 to 11:00 AM, fellowship with other ladies as we learn about the Beloved Disciple, The Life and Ministry of John. This 11-week study, written by Beth Moore, is enhanced by weekly video teaching and at-home workbook study. Let’s learn together about John’s legacy of love, and like John, we too can “find our way to the heart of Jesus and recline so closely that our pulse begins to throb in tandem,  loving what He loves and hating what He hates.” Please sign up at the table in the lobby or call the church office so we can order enough books! See you there!

Men’s Breakfast:                                                                                                   Men, join us for a Men’s Breakfast on Saturday, March 27, at 8:30 AM, at CMF.  We will share breakfast, along with a devotional, and then discuss and plan events for the year. Please RSVP by March 10, to Eric Ludovico 570-412-7023 or email  [email protected].

Women’s Retreat:                                                                                                 Save the Date! Ladies, mark your calendars and plan to attend our Women’s Retreat! Join us on Saturday, March 27, from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM, at The Well Coffee House, on the Christ Wesleyan Church campus. We are extremely excited to have Luminiţa Nichols as our guest speaker and Vickie Nisbet as our worship leader. Save the Date!!

Maundy Thursday:                                                                                                  Join us at Community Mennonite Fellowship for a Maundy Thursday service at 6:30 PM, on April 1, the evening before Good Friday. The service will include a simple Agape Meal of soup and bread, followed by communion. The night will conclude in worship, focusing on the suffering and death of  Jesus. This is a “family friendly” event, so bring your children so they, too, can experience this special night. The nursery will be open for parents to use.

While many activities are on hold during this time of social distancing, please stay tuned for more activities once we are able to meet together again. In the meantime, our prayers go with you.