THIS WEEK: TUE, Nov 12 – MON, Nov 18


TUE, Nov 12

  • CLERGY LUNCH 
    12:30pm • Center Conway, NH
    Gathering of Mt Washington Valley clergy over lunch.
  • Closed Activity: DAISY SCOUTS
    Afternoon • Parish House, JCC
  • Community Event: ADULT BOOK GROUP – The Ginger Tree
    4:30pm • Jackson Public Library
  • Multi-Church Event: MAKING SENSE of the BIBLE – Study Group 
    6:30pm • North Conway Community Center (Multipurpose Room)
    Bring your copy of Adam Hamilton’s Making Sense of the Bible and your own study Bible. Facilitated by Revs Sue Davidson, Gail Doktor, Ruth Shaver.

WED, Nov 13

  • TUNE UP FITNESS with Laurie McAleer 
    9am • Parish House. Fitness class. Free; open to public.
    Stretching and fitness workouts with certified fitness coach Laurie McAleer. Exercises can be adjusted to individual needs.
  • GREENING TEAM 
    1pm • Sanctuary, JCC
    Inventory greens & make plans and schedule for decorating church next month.

THURS, Nov 14

  • YOGA with Anjali Rose
    9am • 1st Floor, Parish House / Jackson Community Church.
  • Community Service: WAY STATION HOURS
    9am & 5pm • Way Station, 15 Grove St, No Conway
    Volunteers from JCC work “adult hour” shifts at Way Station.
  • Community Event: CRAFTERNOON
    Noon • Jackson Public Library
    Bring a craft to work on.
  • Community Event: ECOFORUM – TIN MTN by the NUMBERS
    Noon • Tin Mountain Conservation Center
    How many students does Tin Mountain teach annually and how many nature programs does it host? How many birds were seen in the Rockwell Sanctuary last summer and how many thousands of feet of stream have been treated to improved trout habitat? Join the Tin Mountain staff for an overview of what happens every year. 
  • Community Event: MIKE DICKSON & WHITE MTNS HIKING HISTORY
    7pm • Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Albany, NH
    Mike Dickerman, author of the White Mountain Guide and numerous other hiking guides, chronicles the early trails, guides, and path-makers, who, over a 100-year period, helped develop the White Mountain region’s extensive trail network. The program will focus on the period between 1819 and 1925, beginning with the establishment of the historic Crawford Path up Mount Washington and concluding with the completion of the trail network as we know it today.

FRI, Nov 15

  • PASTOR’S J-TOWN HOURS
    7-9am • J-Town Deli
    Come by for a chat. Or arrange a separate time to meet and talk and walk with Rev Gail by calling/texting her cell (978.273.0308) or emailing.
  • PASTOR’S OFFICE HOURS
    10am – 11:30am • Jackson Community Church
    Come by for a chat. Or arrange a separate time to meet and talk and walk with Rev Gail by calling/texting her cell (978.273.0308) or emailing.
  • Community Event: LITTLE GNOMES for LITTLE ONES ORNAMENT-MAKING
    3:30pm • Jackson Public Library
    Ornament-making with Kathy. For 8-12 year olds. $15 materials fee. Sewing projects. $15/fee. Link: Online registration form. Other open sessions: Fri, Dec 13 for 8-12yos & Fri, Dec 17 for 5-8yos.
  • 1950s & 1960s CONCERT by Mountain Top Music Vocal Workshop Members
    7pm • Jackson Community Church
    The Mountain Top Adult Singers’ Workshop led by Mary Bastoni presents a program of classics and oldies. Suggested donation at the door = $10/p. Proceeds support Mountain Top Music.

SAT, Nov 16

  • Community Event: EYES on OWLS
    1pm & 5pm • Tin Mountain Conservation Center
    The ever popular owl program from Mark and Marsha Wilson.  They will bring six live owls for this interactive program looking at the features that make owls unique. Reservations requested; call 603-447-6991 for more information. Fee: $10/member, $12/non-member, $25/family

SUN, Nov 17

  • INTERFAITH GATHERING
    8am • Old Red Library
    Come for poetry, prayer and conversation. Guests from Trinity Church — who will be facilitating conversations to help us enter into race & white privilege at Jackson Community Church later in the morning — will join this gathering.
  • FAITH FORMATION
    Youth & family activities and lessons focused on seeds & spices in the bible, from Taste & See series. RSVP if planning to attend.
  • WORSHIP with Taste and See Series: Seeds & Spices
    10:30am • Jackson Community Church
    * Reflection: Rev Gail Pomeroy Doktor
    * Instrumentalist: Alan Labrie
    * Novembering continues as we remember those we love & mourn. Bring names, photos or mementoes to add to the Tree of Life in sanctuary.
  • Community Event: MOUNTAIN TOP MUSIC HOME CONCERT with OMAR CHEN GUAY & HANNA SHIELDS
    4pm • Private Home in Silver Lake
    Award-winning Brazilian violinist Omar Chen Guey and esteemed pianist Hannah Shields in a Home Concert overlooking Silver Lake, NH.  More info and tickets.

MON, Nov 18 

  • Community Event: DINE to DONATE
    Starts 4:30pm • Joseph’s Spaghetti Shed, Bartlett
    Proceeds from dinner to benefit Bartlett Historical Society for saving, renovation and reopening of the St. Joseph Church as Bartlett History museum. Donation of 20% of the evenings meal receipts to the historical society. Also expect a raffle.