Lobster Roll Fundraiser – Friday July 28

Haiti picA family in
Mid-Coast Church’s congregation
has roots in Haiti.  Since hurricane Matthew hit
last October,
Haiti,
including the area around their family,
is still recovering. 

The proceeds from this Lobster Roll sale will be used to help Rebuild the properties around Coteaux, Haiti. 

THE DETAILS:lobster roll

For just $12 you will enjoy:
a Lobster Roll (knuckle and claw),
coleslaw (Haitian style, a bit spicier, or Maine style),
and a Cookie.

Orders need to be placed by July 24th.

For more information call Mid-Coast Presbyterian at 207-729-3193. 
Order forms are available at church and at Mid-Coast Church’s booth at the  Brunswick Farmer’s Market on Fridays. You may also send in your order (specify number of Lobster Roll Meals & Haitian or Maine-style coleslaw) with a check for $12 per meal.  Please make the check payable to “MCPC” or “Mid-Coast Presbyterian” and send to Haiti Rebuild, c/o Mid-Coast Presbyterian Church, PO Box 211, Topsham ME 04086  

Lobster rolls may be picked up between 4pm – 7pm on Friday, July 28th at Midcoast Presbyterian Church, 84 Main Street, Topsham, METhere will be some “unreserved” meals available at the July 28 pick-up.

MCPC Is Officially an EARTH CARE CONGREGATION

In February, Mid-Coast Presbyterian Church has received its official designation from the Presbyterian Church (USA) as an Earth Care Congregation!

To become an Earth Care Congregation, MCPC affirmed the Earth Care Pledge to integrate environmental practices and thinking into all facets of our church life.  MCPC has also completed projects and activities in the fields of worship, education, facilities, and outreach. February 2017 was our inaugural certification; MCPC will continue to be intentional in our environmental impact and seek recertification every year.

The Earth Care Congregation certification is designed to recognize churches that make the commitment to take seriously God’s charge to “till and keep” the garden

Earth Care Congregations program was started in 2010 by PC(USA) Environmental Ministries. For more information check out the PC(USA) Earth Care Congregations site.