Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast

SAT JAN 13  ♦ 8:00 – 11:00 AM  Can you smell the sizzle of the sausage? Invite your friends and neighbors and stop by for a Roser style PANCAKE BREAKFAST in the Fellowship Hall. For $6, enjoy pancakes, sausage, syrup and/or melted butter, applesauce, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee or tea. There is no charge for children under the age of 5.

Proceeds will go toward the upgrading the kitchen equipment.

After breakfast stroll across the street and browse the bargains in the Guild Thrift Shop 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Roser Church is located near the Anna Maria City Pier at 512 Pine Avenue. For more information call the church office at 941-778-0414, email info@roserchurch.com, go to www.roserchurch.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook/roserchurch. NEXT PANCAKE BREAKFASTS: February 10, March 17

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Flippers, mixers, runners, sausage servers, syrup servers, and more needed for the Pancake Breakfast on Saturday. Have fun, meet new friends all for a good cause! We need 16 people for each shift and 5 people for the clean up crew. Shifts are 7:30-9:30, 9:30-11:30 and the 10:45 clean up crew. Sign-up below or call the church at 941-778-0414.

Proceeds from the March 25 Pancake Breakfast went towards refinishing the pews in the Roser Memorial Chapel. For over 100 years, the Roser Memorial Chapel has offered the people of Anna Maria Island a place to meditate and pray. John Roser, father of Charles Roser, one of Anna Maria Island’s early land development partners had a dream… he wanted to have a chapel open to all people of Anna Maria Island, residents and visitors alike. By the Spring of 1913, the chapel had been designed, constructed, dedicated, and open for use by anyone who wished to do so. With funds provided by Charles Roser and with Capt. Mitch Davis as builder, the John and Caroline Roser Memorial Chapel was constructed and donated to the people of Anna Maria Island, with the stipulation that it should always be the community’s church, not that of any particular religious denomination. Open to all for private prayer and meditation every Sunday through Friday, the chapel remains a treasured spiritual refuge and resource for Island residents and visitors. Now the backs, tops, center legs and sides of the pews are showing wear. Behrens Yacht Maintenance has agreed to do the restoration and the cost will be $5,225. Stop by the Chapel and see the newly refinished pews. THANKS to everyone who helped in any way to make this pancake breakfast a success—both volunteers and those that attended and invited others! $1,272 WAS RAISED!

Proceeds from the February 25 Pancake Breakfast went toward the Roser Discipleship Ministries. A big thank you goes to everyone that volunteered and attended… a total of $800 was raised! Discipleship is the building up of believers into saints (II Timothy 2:15). Discipleship Ministries are the teaching and fellowship ministries of the church. Funds raised will help provide curriculum and offset the cost of supplies for programs like Vacation Bible School, Terrific Tuesdays, or the Summer Speaker Series. Unable to attend? Go to roserchurch.com/give, or make your check out to Roser and designate it for Discipleship Ministries.

Our thanks to everyone that attended and volunteered at the Roser Pancake Breakfast on January 28! $967 was raised to help Dylan Tribble with his Eagle Scout Project. Dylan is replacing the picnic tables at Roser and he needed to raise the money for the materials.