Emmaus will hold a special meeting of the congregation at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday in the Sunset Room. The purpose of the meeting will be to ask the congregation to authorize renegotiation of the church mortgage.
This weekend concludes the small group listening sessions that have been scheduled throughout the summer. Many of you have shared your thoughts and concerns regarding the FaithWorks North congregations worshiping together.
Monday evening, the leaders of the listening groups and one-on-one sessions will meet at St. Andrew to share information gathered. A report of what was heard at the listening sessions, as well as answers to questions raised by members in the listening sessions, will be compiled by August 8 and then shared with the congregations’ members.
Thank you to all of the listening team and to everyone who participated in this process.
We’ve contacted the City of Racine Department of Public works and succeeded in arranging a postponement of the alley construction project until sometime after the conclusion of Neighborhood Camp on July 24.
After consultation with our neighbors on Carlisle Avenue, we have agreed that it would be impractical to go ahead with plans to participate in National Night Out on August 5 if the alley construction project is underway. Instead, we and our neighbors will try to schedule a block party when the alley construction project is finished.
The alley on the east side of Emmaus is scheduled for construction work beginning this Monday. The alley is projected to be closed to traffic for a minimum of three weeks. We apologize for the inconvenience.