SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 10AM
Worship Service/Nursery Care
Celebrating Our Fathers
"Would You Like Some Mustard Seed With That"
Rev. Dwight Lee Wolter
Song: "By The Mark", Gillian Welch
performed by Craig Coyle, Bryan Gutman & Sean Wisniewski
Offertory Song: "Down to the River to Pray"
"Traditional"...arr. Sheldon Curry
Church BBQ to follow the service
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
On July 19, 2018, at the site of Army Plaza on East Main Street in Patchogue, New York, during one of the four hugely-attended “Alive After Five” (aliveafterfive.com) events (20,000 – 25,000 each) we will build, dissemble and distribute the World’s Largest Toilet Paper Pyramid in four hours. This will be an attempt to officially enter Guinness World Records and to help numerous charities.
This is being done in cooperation with the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce; the Alive After Five (AA5) Committee; the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW); the American Legion; LI Against Domestic Violence (LIADV); the Congregational Church of Patchogue and others.
Toilet paper (TP) cannot be placed in any government (and many other) grant requests because it is considered a luxury. A local nine-bedroom domestic violence shelter uses approximately 3,000 rolls of toilet paper per year. United Veterans Beacon House (501c3) shelters, transition houses and low-income apartments for veterans uses many rolls as well. TP is a “hot item” at food pantries, soup kitchens and other charitable sites and organizations. All TP used to build the pyramid will be donated to the above-mentioned causes and sites. Suggestions for others are most welcome. We will use only Scotts toilet paper as it is septic-safe and uniformity of size and density is a necessity. The project will have a base of 15 feet by 15 feet; using 25,000 rolls of toilet paper.
This charitable, artistic (music & lighting) and entertaining venture will occur DURING festivities. Attendees are requested to bring Scotts TP to this event at AA5 as well as to make financial and TP contributions now. Solicitation, construction, and distribution of the TP will be in strict accordance with IRS 501(c)3 regulations and are tax-deductible.
Dwight Lee Wolter
Congregational Church of Patchogue
95 East Main Street
Dave Rogers, Commander,
VFW Post 2913
The Rev. Dwight Lee Wolter
95 East Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772