SUNSET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
103 Hanes, Wells, Kansas 67467
Board Members: President – Karen Lyons 620-663-2988, email@example.com; Vice-President – Sherry
Scheffer; Secretary – Linda Lundberg firstname.lastname@example.org , 620-727-4329; Treasurer – Crystal Shipman,
email@example.com . Trustees: Leslie Hargis, Jeffrey Harrington, Chris Lichtenfelt, Stephanie Russell, Deb
SUNDAY MORNING SCHEDULE First Sunday of the month: 10:00 a.m. Board meeting 11:00 class or healing
service, potluck lunch. The rest of the month, 10:00 a.m. class, 11:00 a.m. church.
RETURN OF MONTHLY POTLUCK DINNERS PLUS SATURDAY NIGHT SEANCE
We have resumed our monthly potlucks. Please join us on the first Sunday of each month for food and fellowship
following our morning service. Feel free to use the kitchen as needed to refrigerate, heat up, or cook your potluck
dish. On the night before at 7pm we will have a Development Circle/Seance. Cabins are available for anyone
wishing to stay overnight. Please let Linda know if you plan to attend; 620-727-4329, firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 6-7 EVENT CHANGED
Our presenter has had a conflict arise and is not available as originally planned. We will, however, have our
regular monthly Séance/Development Circle on Saturday, May 6 at 7pm. Sunday is the Board meeting at 10am
followed by church and potluck lunch.
CAMP 2023, JUNE 10-18
Our Camp Book is posted on our website www.sunsetcamp.org. If you’d like a hard copy mailed to you, please
Camp shirts may be pre-ordered now. They are navy blue with white stars and a red heart and lettering
“Be The Heart of the Universe”. T-shirts are $10, Long-sleeved T-shirts $15, Sweatshirts $20, Hoodies $25.
Please contact Linda ASAP if you wish to order. Regular short-sleeved T-shirts will also be available at Camp.
AUGUST 12-13 – HEALING WEEKEND
This has become a favorite event where healers with a variety of modalities offer their services free of charge. If
you’d like to participate as a healer, please contact Linda. Cabins are available and meals will be provided. The
weekend will be offered on a free-will donation basis.
SEPTEMBER 9-10 – SPIRIT TALKS
Presenters will give 1-hour talks on a variety of subjects. If you’d like to participate as one of our presenters,
please contact Linda. As always, cabins are available, meals will be provided, and the weekend will be offered on
a free-will donation basis.
OCTOBER 21-22—CHARLES COX WORKSHOP
JOURNEYS OF THE SOUL
Discover past, parallel, and in-between lives and how they influence our present. More information at
https://www.meetup.com/denver-psychic/events/292452354/ Please contact Linda to reserve your spot. Cabins
and meals are provided. The weekend will be offered on a free-will donation basis.
All prayer requests are shared with the congregation each Sunday morning at Sunset Church. When requested,
they are forwarded via e-mail as well. If you have a prayer concern, please call any Board member or e-mail
email@example.com If you have e-mail and are not getting the Newsletter online, contact Linda 620-
7274329, or firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have e-mail but are still getting the hard copy in the mail and
would be willing to be taken off of the snail mail list, please let Linda know about this also.
KEEPING UP WITH THE BOARD by President Karen Lyons
The Board of Trustees will meet on April 2nd at 10:00 AM. A service will follow the Board meeting. A potluck
dinner will be served in the dining room before we all go our separate ways. These activities and meetings are
open to all and the Board welcomes your participation. On Saturday evening April 1st at 7:00 PM there will be a
circle in the séance building. You are likewise invited to join us.
I am pleased to report that the new trees are in and look beautiful. The trees are a variety of Maple that has no
helicopters. We will have plenty of shade from these trees for many years to come.
The new doors for the church building are here. I have spoken to the contractor who assured me the work to
replace the old worn-out wooden ramp will begin in the next two weeks. This project is the most expensive work
we have undertaken. The fact is our ramp has served us well, but is in a dangerous condition, is nonrepairable, and
is no longer ADA-compliant by several inches. We are planning several events to help with the costs. When we
got initial bids on this project, it was about eight thousand dollars. Our contractor became ill before the work
could begin. Our contractor never bounced back and developed permanent lung problems forcing his
retirement. We have a new contractor, but after everything is said and done, the cost has doubled. This project
is not optional. Replacing the doors which are also in bad condition is part of this project. Because of the manner
of installation, the logical time for the new doors is in conjunction with pouring the new stoop. You’ll see. I know
you will be pleased with the result.
Some of you may recall that last year the Board instructed me to do away with the raffle at Camp. I wasn’t very
successful. This year with your help, we will eliminate the raffle. We would like to replace the raffle with a book
mart. If you have books that you have read as many times as you care to, bring them. We will put the books on
the raffle shelves for others to browse. You get to make room in your bookcases for new books. If you find a
book that you would like to read, make a donation to the Church and enjoy your new used book. If you have
already collected items for the raffle, bring them. The same rule will apply to whatever ends up on the shelves.
Make a donation and take it home. Everybody wins.