The Batavia Nursery School is now accepting registrations for the 2019-20 school year. If you have a preschool aged child, or know of a family looking for preschool, please share this information with them. All of the information you need can be found on the Batavia Nursery School website - just follow this link: http://www.batavianurseryschool.org/2019-Registration.htm
We have two UCC Summer Camps near us. Pilgrim Park is in Princeton, IL and Tower Hill in Sawyer, MI. There are a variety of camp experiences - Grandparents and me, Spirit Camp, Godstock, Women’s Retreat and more! We have a few children who went last year that can’t wait to return this summer. Contact Laura Bernabei for more info on their experiences and check out the camp opportunities at this link: http://www.il-outdoorministries.org/outdoor-ministries.html
Our Women's Retreat was a time of fellowship, information, reflection and more. We made new friends and caught up with old friends. We shared our ideas and perceptions of angels, and had the opportunity to use our imaginations and creativity.
As of January 7th, temporary office hours will be 10 am to 2pm, Monday through Friday. You can leave messages via phone 630-879-1999 or email email@example.com
Wednesday evenings are toGather evenings at the CCoB.
Dinner for all at 5:30
Children’s program for grades K to 6th grade from 6:15 to 7:30pm
Confirmation from 6:15 to 8pm.
Please register through this link:
Tuition is $50 a trimester/$150 per year.
Share the Care is forming at the church. This is a committee much like the previous
“Pastoral Care Committee”, but new and improved to help accommodate
everyone’s busy life. To get the group started, we are looking for people
who would be willing to provide a meal or transportation or send/write cards
for our church members when the need arises. Please contact Julie Crane
Knanishu at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our church has two Facebook accounts. One is a public Facebook page which can be seen by anyone. We use this account to provide information about our church services, ministries, and events for members and others.
In our second account, the content is not available for everyone in the public to view. The congregation uses it to share joys and concerns, pictures, poems, something that inspires them, etc. Members of the group can read, post, and comment, and no one outside of the group can see the posts and comments. This is known on Facebook as a closed group.
To find either the church Facebook page or the closed group, you can log into your Facebook account and in the search bar type in either Congregational Church of Batavia or Members and Friends of the CCOB. This should bring you to a list of suggestions. Click on your choice and then you should be able to “like” or “join.”