Monday 2/4/19 @5:45PM
Church Council Meeting:
Meditation group 1st and 3rd Wednesdays 7-8PM
Narcan Training by Healthy Streets of Lynn:
Narcan is a drug that counteracts an opioid overdose. It is given by nasal spray or injection. For training to receive free Narcan, contact Healthy Streets, 100 Willow St., Lynn @ 339-440-5633 or find them on Facebook. For in-home visits, call Dawn Gaffney @ 781-485-7003. Please pass this life-saving information on to family & friends.
North Shore Separated & Divorce Support Group:
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 7-10PM in Community Hall.
3rd Thursdays of the month the Masons have use of our hall,
Sept-June, with additional dates as posted.
Stay tuned for news about singing.
Narcotics Anonymous Meetings:
Mondays, 7-8 p.m. in Community Hall.
Thursday Bible Study:
TBA future dates and times.
“Return to the Heart of Yoga”
Paul Clarke is once again offering yoga classes.
Tuesdays at 9:30AM for chair yoga.
Tuesdays at 6:30PM
This outreach to Saugus school students has been met with great enthusiasm by the town. Bags of donated groceries & supplies are filled on Thursdays by willing churches and given to students on Friday afternoons to take home for the weekend. This free program is offered to students who receive free or reduced-cost meals at school.
Steve DiChiarra & crew worked hard on rebuilding the damage sustained in the church fire last December. The shed was sided as well as the southern exterior church wall. First & second floor windows were replaced. The storage shed has been cleaned out so that all the Christmas decorations can be put away in there. Some trees in back will be removed and security cameras will be installed. We’ve been waiting almost a year for this project to be completed & we are grateful that it is almost done.
Open to all Saugus residents every Friday 9:30-11:30AM at Cliftondale Congregational Church, 50 Essex St., Saugus. Our church collects non-perishables for them every first Sunday (Communion Sunday). Please help us fill at least 2 baskets of food every month. Most needed items are: canned soups, canned tuna, canned chicken, spam-type of meats, peanut butter, jelly, American cheese(sliced), 32-oz apple or orange juice, spaghetti sauce, pasta, shelf stable milk(boxed or canned, not refrigerated), mac & cheese, cereal. There is a drop-off location at the office of Century 21, 442 Lincoln Ave, too. If you can make a monetary donation, mail it c/o Cliftondale Congregational. Hungry people are counting on us! If you know anyone in need of food, please let them know about the pantry. If they don't have a way to get there, they can designate a person to pick up for them.