October 2015 Newsletter << Click to read the October PullenNews
I am so impressed with all that the Pullen community is accomplishing together. I hope you enjoy this newsletter with its long list of worthy, upcoming events and opportunities.
The newsletter kicks off with a letter from Nancy Petty, responding to the overwhelmingly affirmative vote by the congregation to purchase the property at 112 Cox Avenue. Read: Pullen’s Big Decision, Made with Faith, Hope and Vision
Exciting announcements in the newsletter include information about our sister-church gathering with Temple Beth Or, our Sanctuary Art Project, our Wednesday evening dinners and programming, Cycle for Hope, Wiley-Pullen Tutoring Ministries, 5:05 Worship, Wisdom Circles, Pullen Festival, the Siler garden plant sale, a discussion to address the homelessness on our own doorstep, invitations to Taize retreats and services, a Mental Health First Aid course, a congregational meeting, an advent event for families, a film screening of Ferguson: A Report from Occupied Territory, Halloween festivities and much more.