Oshkosh Satellite

Oshkosh Satellite

Building the Oshkosh Community

Third Wednesday of the month

5:30 p.m.: Catered Meal

6:15-7:30 p.m.: Chalice Lighting and Program

B’nai Israel Congregation Social Hall – 1121 Algoma Blvd.

Children’s Program will also be offered

The cost will be $7 for adults and $4 for children

Sign up online or in the lobby of the Fellowship.

If you have any questions or comments about this event, please contact Kristin Bock.

 

If you would like to attend, you can sign-up at the Appleton Fellowship, or you can respond by e-mail to Cyndi Polakowski. The sign-up deadline is the Monday before each event. If you are interested in attending but are financially unable, please contact Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg for discreet financial assistance.

For each event, we need volunteers for the “Sweet Service” crew.  If you would like to help make these events a success, please contact Melanie Hunt.

The Fellowship has over 70 members and friends who live in the Oshkosh area!  Over the years, members have expressed an interest in getting together in Oshkosh and to eventually offer a service in Oshkosh.  This process started in the spring of 2009, but we realize that it will take some time to fulfill our vision of one congregation at two sites.  Building community is essential to success, so our first step is to offer a regular time for the Oshkosh folks to get together.

 

This initiative is being led by four volunteers (the Oshkosh Leadership Team) and most of the work will be done by volunteers…so if you would like to get involved or have questions, please contact one of the Team members:

Michelle Kuhl          kuhlm@uwosh.edu         920-230-3858

Kristin Bock             kjkbock@gmail.com         920-235-8696

Jan Arveson            arveson@vbe.com

Melanie Hunt          melbanie23@hotmail.com 920-232-1343
To be added to our Oshkosh e-mail list, please contact the Fellowship secretary at cyndi@fvuuf.org or by calling 920-731-0849. 

For more information on the history and recommendations for the Oshkosh Satellite, see the May 8-9, 2009 sermon called “A Satellite?  In Oshkosh?  Now?” by the Rev. Roger Bertschausen that can be found here and read the more in depth Oshkosh Satellite Strategic Planning Recommendations.