- Written by Tom Miles Tom Miles
- Created: 06 May 2014 06 May 2014
Isn’t it amazing how “stuff” accumulates? How do our homes go from cozy to cluttered in such a short amount of time? At the same time, the things that no one would consider clutter, the items we really need—tools, furniture, books, clothes, the G. Loomis NRX Trout Fly Fishing Rod—are all so bloomin’ expensive.
It’s just this conundrum that the Heseder group is hoping to help you with this spring! Yes, it’s once again time for the annual Yard Sale.
How can we help you? First of all, please bring your gently-used donations of tools, toys, technology, threads and other items to be sold to the community. You can leave donations on the stage in the Large Fellowship Hall or contact the church office to schedule a pickup the week of the sale. We’re accepting anything but CRT TVs and monitors (the large old-style screens that have been replaced by the flat-screen varieties).
Then, come on Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31, to see the smorgasbord of great items that, while they may no longer be useful to the donor, might be just the thing you’ve been looking for!
We could use some help running the sale, as well. We need cashiers and helpers the days of the sale and people to clean up and help load and haul away leftover items on Saturday afternoon. If you can lend a hand, please sign up for a shift at the Welcome Center.
Get your donations ready and mark your calendar for this fun and useful sale! It all starts Friday, May 30, at 8:00 am.
“Hesed” is a Hebrew word that means “kindness”, “mercy”, “loyalty”, “loving-kindness” or “steadfastness.” It’s the way God intends us to live together—a “love your neighbor as yourself”, active, selfless, sacrificial, caring-for-one-another brand of living contradictory to our fallen natures. The “Heseders” are continually looking to work together to share some small measure of God’s extraordinary love. Won’t you join us?