Service opportunity at the Utah Food Bank, we will be sorting food on Saturday, January 6. Tabor volunteers sort canned and non-perishable goods at the Utah Food Bank 3150 South 900 West, Salt Lake City. Contact Casey White for more information at (801) 678-5049. Rumor has it that Casey sometimes brings donuts!!
The Mount Tabor Endowment and Memorial committee will be gathering on Sunday, January 7, after the service to review requests for potential funding. Please email your requests and accompanying information (email or cover letter) to the church office email@example.com later than January 3. Thank you, Jenny Jensen, E & M Chair
We are in need of volunteer hosts for our January 9 YOAKS lunch at noon. If you are available, please let Pr David know. Thanks!
“Dinner at Vinny’s” service opportunity is Tuesday, January 9, 4:30-6:30pm at the St Vincent DePaul Dining Hall at the Weigan Center downtown. Come and share Tabor’s gracious and loving hospitality with our hungry neighbors living on the streets. We always have room for more volunteers! Clean-up help especially! Please see Casey White if you have any questions.
Annual committee/team reports are due January 14. Please email yours to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much for your help. The annual meeting of the congregation is Sunday February 4, 2024 after worship.
Council meets January 14.
Tabor Vision Implementation Team meets Wednesday January 17
Faith Advocacy Day at the UT State Capitol is Thursday, January 18 10am.
Tabor Pride Sunday celebration is January 28 at the 10:30am worship.
Warm Hands Thank you, Mt. Tabor, for your generous donation of over 80 pairs of gloves for this year’s Gift of the Drummer Boy program. The gloves were gratefully received by the staff at St. Vincent de Paul Center who will in turn distribute the gloves to those in need. Due to your generosity many hands will be a bit warmer and drier this winter. Once again, Tabor comes through!
Do you have an unused flat-panel monitor or TV? If so, we are interested in replacing the monitor in the east classroom with a larger monitor and would be willing to take over some unused technology. The current monitor is in the 28- to 30-inch class (measured diagonally) and moving up to the 36- to 40-inch class be helpful for both adult education and council meetings. If so, contact Harry Heightman or Dave Warren.
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Is meeting in-person and Zoom January 14 after worship.
Utah Food Bank
We will be sorting food at the Utah Food Bank January 6 from 10am-Noon.