Church Members raised an additional $21,000 to be used to continue building The Jason School in a remote village in the jungles of this impoverished country. Prior to this gift to the village, the church had raised close to $40,000. The church also has commitments of about $20,000 to finish the block and mortar school by years end. The school will be attended by more than 250 elementary school age students. In addition to funds already spent and committed, another $10,000 is sought to make the school more girl friendly. Want to help? Send a check made out to Stockton Presbyterian Church and on the memo line write in Jason School.
This Tuesday – February 28, 2017 • 6pm – 8pm
All are invited!
Music might continue into the night.
Not only will you be treated to some of the best pancakes, bacon and sausage known to man, you will also be treated to the amazing live music of:
- Holly Montgomery
- Asher Walden
- Leslie Dawe
- Steve Knight
- El Cho
There will be other music suprises. This is no ordinary church pancake party. Because, after all it’s Fat Tuesday. When was the last time you consumed free pancakes to sensational live much?
Feel free to join us. Fee free to bring friends. Free Food. Free Music. Free Mardi Gras beads. Feel Free to wear a mask.
We are building a school in Laos in memory of long-time member Jason Fuhr, who passed away in early 2014. The school will educate some 250 elementary aged students in the village of Vieng Xay Na Laung.
This project is spearheaded by Elder Ken Hayes, president of Aqua Survey in Flemington NJ. We are partnering with church, business, educational and community contacts for this endeavor.
100% of your gift will go to the construction of the Jason School. Please write “Jason School” on the memo line of your check.
Many thanks to Holly Ziolkowski for designing a church brochure. The information used was gathered from our Summer Sunday School series “Let’s Get to Work”.
If you would like to print out a church brochure, please click on the link below.
Perhaps you can keep a brochure in your glove compartment, or at home. This is a great tool to help you share about your church community.