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Martha Circle Bible study meets on Thursday, October 10th at 1pm at Tabor.
OAKS (Older Adults Knowing Strength) meet for a catered lunch and informal conversation Wednesday, October 16th at noon. Please RSVP to Brenda in the office if you can come.
Tabor's Faith, Ethics, and Science Roundtable at the University of Utah meets Monday, October 28, from 11:30am to 1pm in the conference room at the Research Building on the campus. Parking is available in the structure just northeast of the building. All are invited!
Tabor Hike Sunday October 20 after church. Trail will be selected depending on weather conditions. Bring water and sack lunch, and we’ll carpool from Tabor. Pierre Pearson is leading.
Tabor’s Solar Energy: Our carbon off-set for August was 1,397 lbs (the equivalent of 16 Trees). In 2018 our 23 solar panels produced 7.94 MWh!
Adult Self-Compassion Retreat October 25-27, for members of Mt. Tabor, led by Pr. DanaLee Simon. Retreat activities will include learning about the three doorways into the practice of Self-Compassion, building community, expressing yourself in body, mind, and spirit, taking in Nature, and being immersed in the gift of loving yourself in the way God has intended for you since the very beginning! Registration is now full. Pastor DanaLee is happy to receive any questions you may have. Her e-mail address is D_Lo777@hotmail.com.
Tabor Yard Sale (It takes a congregation to host a successful church yard sale!)
Huge thanks from the organizers to everyone who donated, help spread the word, and came to shop, and especially to all those who volunteered hours of hard labor to pull it all together and clean up afterward. The sale netted $2,448, which will be split among Pastor DanaLee’s upcoming retreat, the Mt. Tabor scholarship fund, and the church music program. As for the things left unsold at the end of the day, volunteers from Mosaic Interfaith Ministries came and picked them up for distribution to low-income immigrant families and refugees. All in all--just, wow!
Update: Narthex Roof and HVAC
The rooftop heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) unit that controls temperatures in the narthex has been replaced, and contractors will arrive in October to install new insulation and liner on the narthex roof. They will be able to perform the work without removing the solar panels, and new rooftop will be white in color to reduce summertime energy usage.
Both the HVAC and the roof are original installations from when the addition was built in the mid-1990s. The $25,000 cost of the two projects has been fully covered by Mt. Tabor’s Endowments and Memorials (E&M) funds. Thanks go to the E&M Committee and to Ron Stone, Harry Heightman, Dan Wall, Duane Lee, Rodger Cochran, Dean Hansen, and Bruce Palenske for soliciting and reviewing bids and for supervising the work.
---David Warren, Council President
4 Shelley Thompson
10 Jenny Jensen
11 Kylie Jones-Greenwood
19 Cassi Wyasket
22 Roseanne Warren
23 Steve Lindeman
29 Harry Heightman
30 Sharon Kessinger
31 Hendrix Hansen
Council met on Sunday, October 20th following worship.
Utah Food Bank
We will be sorting food on Saturday, October 5th from 10 a.m. to noon. Please join us at the Utah Food Bank, 3150 South 900 West, at 10 a.m. All are invited.
The Tabor Trumpet deadline is the 20th of the month. Weekly bulletin information and announcements need to be in the office by Wednesday.
Choir Rehearsal (Sept-May)
Every Sunday, 9:15 am
2nd Thursday, 1 pm