July Inside this Issue:

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "July Inside this Issue:"

Transcription

1 July 2015 Inside this Issue: PG 2: Toms Pen PG 3: Youth News PG 4: Our Family PG 5: Party in the Park PG 6: Other News PG 7: Calendar PG 8: Did you Know Service Times: (In the Chapel) 9:15am Children s Church 10 am Sunday School (in the Sanctuary) 11:15am Children s Church 12pm Fellowship 12:30pm Youth Group Visit Us on Facebook at: SIGN UP TO RECEIVE OUR NEWS AND UPDATES request to: Website: Office: Christy Duffus Administrative Assistant Page 1

2 Rev. Cofer s Pen God s blessings, grace, mercy and peace to you as we begin this month of July! I sure have been enjoying the summer so far, and I hope that you are also! It has been and continues to be a busy summer here at First Church. As I write this article, we are in the middle of our Expedition Everest Vacation Bible School, and it has been a wonderful experience! All of the kids are having a great deal of fun and learning and celebrating our faith, and all the adult and teen helpers are having a great time also. I am so grateful for everyone who has been helping, your energy has been wonderful and we could not have learned so much and had such a great time without all of you! Many thanks also to Alex for all of his hard work in putting VBS together! I know I have enjoyed my part in being the storyteller for the week, and I am already looking forward to next year! The Painesville Community Theater has gotten off to a great start also. There are quite a few kids in the program and it has been enjoyable for everyone. The kids are having a great deal of fun, and they are learning their parts and getting ready for the play, also. Their first production is coming up on July 10 & 11th I would encourage everyone who is able to come and enjoy King Midas and the Palace of Gold. Party in the Park is coming up later this month also please look for the article in the newsletter here to explore the various ways in which you can be involved. This is a good way for us to reach out into the wider community and make our presence known, to introduce ourselves to folks who come from all over the area into downtown Painesville. Please mark it on your calendar and join us in making this event a success! Also as I write this article, the General Synod is meeting in Cleveland for their once every-other year gathering. Please keep the wider church and the covenant we share with one another in your prayers. In more ways than one, as every part of the church, these are challenging times for us. The world is constantly changing and so is the church. While there is so much that can be perceived as negative, I am reminded each and every day that the saying God is still speaking rings true. We have been blessed with so much as a congregation, and when we share what we have, we are a conduit for God s love to reach out into the wider community and in the world. This conduit has never been more important than it is today. I think of our brothers and sisters in the Lord who were gunned down in their church just because of their race. I think of the reality that our government is overshadowed by special interests, and things are clouded because of this. People misuse our faith for their own gain, or it is dismissed by the wider world as archaic and irrelevant. The church is surrounded by too many things competing for their place in people s priority list. Yet, with all of this and more going on to discourage us, I hear the voice of the still speaking God making inroads in our lives, and continuing to light the way for us as a family of faith. Through all of our ministries, lives are being touched, changed, and empowered to live for the one who was, is and will always be. God uses all of these challenges, and more as well, to continue to speak to us and give us hope. I give thanks to God for you, and for our continued ministry together. We change our own lives, we fill up the bucket of life, one drop at a time. I give thanks that we gather our drops together, and bear witness to the full bucket filled to overflowing, which is God s kingdom come to us. We lift up all the challenges and more that I just mentioned in prayer, but we also add our witness in how we live our lives, to make a difference in the world. We are on a quest a quest to find God in our own lives, and a quest to bring the witness of Christ to the wider world. I give thanks for our journey together, and may you continue to be empowered by the blessings of God s Holy Spirit. Walking with You on His Path, Tom Page 2

3 Youth News Youth Council Youth Council will meet on Sunday July 19th at 1:30pm. Youth Council has planned some fun and exciting events for the year: July 26th-Beach Cookout 6pm- August 9th-The Fest 12pm-9pm September 27th-Zip City 12pm-4pm October- Volunteer at Metro Parks Haunted House November 22nd- Thanksgiving dinner 5pm-7pm December 20th- Christmas Party 6pm Be sure to mark your calendars for these fun events and as alway invite a friend or two to join you. VBS was a great success we had 32 kids in attendance and we could not have done it with out all of our helpers. Thank you to everyone who helped make this an amazing week. Hold on VBS To God s Mighty Power Page 3

4 Our Family Hear Our Prayer Lord, I come before you today in need of your healing hand. In you all things are possible. Hold my heart within yours, and renew my mind, body, and soul. Wallace Scott, Eva Weber, Louise Keeter, Marge Libby, John & Nita Ruple, Dave Burris, Maxine Trout, Cliff Hall, Jean Burnham, Larry and Judy Elliott, Alan Sadar, Marcia Hemphill, Ernest Delamotte, Les Naughton, and Bernard Szczepanski. THEATER CAMP Tickets on sale now for Musical Theater Camp A. Performances on July 10th at 7:30pm and July 11th at 11 am at First Church Congregational. Tickets can be purchased at the door for a $5 donation. We are currently accepting registrations for! Don t miss out on the fun! starts Monday, July 13th! Meets Monday thru Thursday from 9am-3pm.Registration Forms are available in the church office or on the Community Theater Web site : under registration Book Group The Book for Wednesday July 15th is the third book in the Clifton Chronicles by Jeffrey Archer; The Best Kept Secret. Speaker Breaking the Sugar Addiction. Dr. Misty Senz will be speaking on how to eliminate sugar from your diet. On Wednesday July 22 at 7pm. We had many request from people who came to her first program here at First Church Congregational to have her return. Join us for a fun educational evening. WITH SYMPATHY Bruce Anspach s mother Ellen McLane passed away on Saturday June 27th. Our sympathy and prayers go out the Bruce, Karen, and the Anspach family. HEIDELBERG Heidelberg does not meet in July or August. The next meeting will be in September. Toss in the Towel Hope Chest is in great need of bath towels for the clients they serve! We have collected 23 towels in our drive to date. Please donate new or gently used towels and place them in one of the collection pools in the narthex or chapel lobby. Thank you for your support. Missions Blood Drive July 27th from 12pm-6pm Page 4

5 Party in the Park We are getting excited about our involvement in Party in the Park coming up on July 17th, 18th, & 19th! In order to make our involvement a success and the best it can be, we need your help! We are still in need of the following help and items: To Borrow: 2 Roasters 2 Coolers Items to Donate: 6 Cases of Coke 3 Cases of Sprite 2 Cases of Diet Coke 3 Cases of Bottled Water Folks to Work the Information Table (Friday-Sunday, in the Park Itself): Saturday, July 18th: 1-3 PM (1 Person), 3-5 PM (1 Person), 7-9 PM (2 People). Sunday, July 19th: 6-8 PM (2 People) tear down. We will be passing out information and talking about the church and its different ministries, passing out pinwheels to the kids, and selling 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the Painesville Community Theater. Working the Church Open House itself on Saturday, July 18th Help with Set-up from 9-11 AM (need 8 people) Help with the Food (includes serving, selling, etc.; need 6 people for each two hour shift from 11 AM-8PM) Bouncy House: We need 1 Person for each two hour shift (11-1 PM, 1-3 PM, 3-5 PM, 5-7 PM, & 7-8 PM) Clean-up: 6 People, beginning at 8 PM until everything is put away, cleaned up, etc. You can sign up for as many or as few of the 2 hour shifts as you would like. We are going to have an informational meeting on Wednesday, July 8th at 7 PM in the chapel to go over everything. We will cover what each job entails, the organization, and so forth. Please put this date on your calendar, as this meeting will help to ensure that everyone is on the same page. Last year, we had a lot of fun working together, and we hope you will join us this year! Page 5

6 Other News Same-Sex Marriage Following the Supreme Court ruling regarding same-sex marriage on Friday, June 26th, Rev. Cofer sent out the following message in an to the congregation. This is simply being reprinted here in the newsletter for those who may not have received the for any number of reasons. Hi Everyone, Today, the US Supreme Court rendered a decision in a court case and the result of which is that same sex marriage is now legal in all 50 states. While we know what this means regarding the state (legal) aspect, many of you may be wondering what the position is of First Church regarding the issue, and so, I would like to take this opportunity to address it. At this time, First Church has no position regarding same-sex marriage. Given the reality that this was the most likely ruling that the Supreme Court was going to make, the church council has been having discussions about it. Both the council and myself feel that the decision to bless/celebrate same sex marriages should be one that is made by the congregation, and as such needs to come before the congregation in a special congregational meeting to vote on the issue. At the June meeting of the Church Council, the council voted to make a recommendation to the congregation. The recommendation is as follows: Council recommends that if Ohio s law permits same-sex marriage, that the Senior Pastor of First Church has the approval to perform those marriages following the current church wedding policy. This would mean that, if voted on and approved by the congregation, I would have the authority to officiate them or not, as I do now with straight couples. The wedding policy would be followed that is all the requirements that are in place now for a wedding would remain. If we bless same-sex marriages, the wedding policy in place now would not have to be rewritten, it would remain in effect regardless of the gender of the couple. This is the recommendation that will be voted on at an upcoming special congregational meeting. Let me say that I am fully aware that no matter which way the church goes regarding this issue, it will upset people. I wish it were not the case my desire is that we are able to remain a community of faith with one another, and we can continue to celebrate one another s differences and points of view. I ask that you continue to keep the church, me, and the church council in your prayers. The council is also aware that our decision as a congregation, whatever it may be, will not please everyone. I have suggested the following timeline to the council: Wednesday, August 12th at 7 PM we would have an informational meeting, where all of us will have the opportunity to share our opinions and feelings. There will be no votes taken at this meeting, however in the course of our conversation there may be things that come up regarding the issue that we can incorporate into the voting meeting itself. Then, we would have the actual voting meeting either on Sunday, August 23rd following the 11 am service or on Wednesday, August 26th at 7 PM. At present, I feel that this is the best timeline regarding our already scheduled congregational activities and will also allow us time to pray, discuss, and discern with one another before then. If this timeline changes, then we will certainly get that out in plenty of time. Let me also say the following: in the interim, I have made a decision that I will not officiate any samesex marriages until we have made a decision together as a congregation. There are some that may disagree with me, however, as pastor and teacher, I feel that this is the right position to take while we discern. I have also said that I will honor the wishes of the congregation following the actual vote. I also encourage you to share with me, the council, and the Pastoral Relations committee, and with one another your feelings between now and then. God s Blessings, Tom Page 6

7 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 28 2pm Youth go to Adventure Zone 29 Camp A 7pm Troop A 1 Camp A 2 Camp A 3 OFFICE CLOSED 4 8:30am PIYO 5 12:30 pm Youth Group 6 Camp A 7 Camp A 8 Camp A 12pm Knitting club 9 Camp A 10 Camp A 7pm PCT Performance 11 St. James: 8:30am PIYO 11 am PCT Performance 12 12:30 pm Youth Group 13 1pm Prayer Group 7pm Boards 14 11am Listening for God 15 11am Book Club 6pm Missy Norton Girl Scout All Day Party in the Park 18All Day Party in the Park 8:30am PIYO 19All Day Party in the Park 5 pm Youth Council 12:30 pm Youth Group 26 12:30 pm Youth Group 20 Project Hope - Missions 1pm Prayer Group 7pm COUNCIL pm Blood Drive am Listening for God 7pm PWC 22 12pm Knitting club 7pm Dr. Misty Senz Breaking the Sugar Addiction :30am PIYO 1 We are currently in need of Coffee hour host for the summer months. If you are able to host coffee hour any Sunday during the summer please sign up on the board outside of the Social room. Page 7

8 Published monthly by First Church, Congregational 22 Liberty ST., Painesville OH POSTMASTER First Church, Congregational 22 Liberty ST., Painesville OH NON-PROFIT US POSTAGE PD Painesville, OH Permit 195 Blessings to: Page 8 Did you know? A couple of years ago, the First Church Council of Stewards created the Pastoral Relations Committee. This Committee s mission is to act as a liaison between members of the congregation and the pastoral staff. The pastoral staff includes Tom Cofer and the paid church personnel under his administrative authority. All persons wishing to make a complaint or extend a compliment to the pastoral staff are urged to contact the committee member of his or her choice. The source and content of any comments will be kept strictly confidential in all respects. The current members of the Pastoral Relations Committee are as follows: Earle Drabenstott, Chair, Ann Marie Hamilton, George Milbourn, Cap Perts, and Jean Stevens. History Snippet Now is summer camp season around are area. Well in 1967 camps and conferences were as followed: *Jr. Camps for grades 5 and 6 - cost $ dates held at Temple Hills and 4 at Dunkirk. *Jr. High Camp for grades 7 and 8 - cost $ dates held at Temple Hill, 5 held at *Pilgrim Hills and 3 at Dunkirk. *Middle High camp for grades 9 and 10 - cost $ dates held at Pilgrim Hills and 1 held The Dunkirk. Clara Nichols Historian

Inside this Issue: October PG 2: Toms Pen PG 3: Youth News PG 4: Our Family PG 5: Join Us PG 6: Other News PG 7: Calendar PG 8: History Snippet

Inside this Issue: October PG 2: Toms Pen PG 3: Youth News PG 4: Our Family PG 5: Join Us PG 6: Other News PG 7: Calendar PG 8: History Snippet October 2014 Inside this Issue: PG 2: Toms Pen PG 3: Youth News PG 4: Our Family PG 5: Join Us PG 6: Other News PG 7: Calendar PG 8: History Snippet Service Times: (In the Chapel) 9:15am Children s Church

More information

FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL

FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL March 19, 2017 FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL * 357-7518 Rev. Tom Cofer, Pastor * tom@firstchurchcongregational.org Website: www.firstchurchcongregational.org First Church, Congregational Sanctuary * March

More information

St. James United Church A Community of Friends in Faith 330 Elizabeth Avenue, St. John s, NL A1B 1T9 August 19, 2018

St. James United Church A Community of Friends in Faith 330 Elizabeth Avenue, St. John s, NL A1B 1T9 August 19, 2018 St. James United Church A Community of Friends in Faith 330 Elizabeth Avenue, St. John s, NL A1B 1T9 August 19, 2018 Mission Statement The Church is a fellowship of believers who have responded to God

More information

July 23, 2017 Insert for Generic Bulletin. OPENING HYMN Holy Spirit, Truth Divine VU 368

July 23, 2017 Insert for Generic Bulletin. OPENING HYMN Holy Spirit, Truth Divine VU 368 July 23, 2017 Insert for Generic Bulletin PRELUDE When Morning Gilds the Skies OPENING HYMN Holy Spirit, Truth Divine VU 368 OPENING PRAYER (said by all) Holy God, we are here because we wish to make a

More information

Crystal River United Methodist Church Date: August 12th 2016

Crystal River United Methodist Church Date: August 12th 2016 Crystal River United Methodist Church Date: August 12th 2016 http://www.crumc.com In This Issue E Note From the Pastor Sunday School Needs Bethlehem Wall A Golden Opportunity Life Groups Friends, This

More information

Volume 69, Number 11, March 14, 2017 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin

Volume 69, Number 11, March 14, 2017 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin The Church Bell THE CHURCH BELL (U.S.P.S. #442-300) is published weekly for $1 per year by First Presbyterian Church, 200 Church Street, Neenah, WI 54956. Periodicals postage paid at Neenah, WI. POSTMASTER:

More information

Local Church PPR/SPR Committee Training Appointive Cabinet West Michigan Conference - UMC

Local Church PPR/SPR Committee Training Appointive Cabinet West Michigan Conference - UMC Local Church PPR/SPR Committee Training 2016 Appointive Cabinet West Michigan Conference - UMC 1 A Prayer for DS, Pastor and People Gracious and Ever-loving God, help us to remember always that ours is

More information

ORFORDVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God. 210 N. Main Street, Orfordville, WI 53576

ORFORDVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God. 210 N. Main Street, Orfordville, WI 53576 ORFORDVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God. 210 N. Main Street, Orfordville, WI 53576 Office Phone #: (608) 879-2575 Office Email: office@orfordvillelutheran.org Pastor

More information

The Daily Disciple August 2018

The Daily Disciple August 2018 The Daily Disciple August 2018 One-Minute Summary A quick review of the most important information in the newsletter. Pastor Joel invites you to pray for the church during Planning Week 2018 (August 20-23).

More information

First Church, Congregational Sanctuary * April 13, 2017 * 7 O clock Maundy Thursday

First Church, Congregational Sanctuary * April 13, 2017 * 7 O clock Maundy Thursday First Church, Congregational Sanctuary * April 13, 2017 * 7 O clock Maundy Thursday WELCOME PRELUDE Variations on a Hymn for Lent arr. D. Wood Ginny Roedig, Organist *CALL TO WORSHIP One: The Israelites

More information

Practice times for April 10, 17, 24 and May 1 will be at regular time (Sunday morning, 8:00 a.m.).

Practice times for April 10, 17, 24 and May 1 will be at regular time (Sunday morning, 8:00 a.m.). Week of April 10-16 2016 Choir Practice Time Updates Practice times for April 10, 17, 24 and May 1 will be at regular time (Sunday morning, 8:00 a.m.). NO CHOIR PRACTICES on May 8 or 15. Pastor Kirsten

More information

Ladies! Join us at 10:30 a.m. may 9 for a brunch

Ladies! Join us at 10:30 a.m. may 9 for a brunch Note From the Pastor Bartlett Chapel News may 2015 I know that change is difficult, and it is very hard for Jean and I to say goodbye. Bartlett Chapel has been our home for six and a half years. At the

More information

THUSE NEWS July 2018

THUSE NEWS July 2018 THUSE NEWS July 2018 South Parkersburg UMC TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE CHRIST KNOWN Sr. Pastor Reverend James Plyburn DCE & Youth Ministries Jennifer Plyburn Church Office: 304-428-1195 Parsonage Phone:

More information

hurchbeat The worship service schedule for SUMMER WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE BE A PART OF THE COOLEST SUMMER ADVENTURE!

hurchbeat The worship service schedule for SUMMER WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE BE A PART OF THE COOLEST SUMMER ADVENTURE! hurchbeat THE NEWSLETTER OF THE COLLEGEDALE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH vol. 31 no. 11 May 27, 2015 SUMMER WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE by Pastor Dave Smith THE MISSION of the Collegedale Seventh-day Adventist

More information

The Son Shine News. A Monthly Newsletter for the Unity United Methodist Church. Our Mission Statement is: Living, Learning, and Loving through Christ

The Son Shine News. A Monthly Newsletter for the Unity United Methodist Church. Our Mission Statement is: Living, Learning, and Loving through Christ The Son Shine News A Monthly Newsletter for the Unity United Methodist Church Our Mission Statement is: Living, Learning, and Loving through Christ August 2018 The heavens declare the glory of God; the

More information

The Good News. The Pastor s Pen JULY Dear Friends,

The Good News. The Pastor s Pen JULY Dear Friends, The Good News JULY 2018 The Pastor s Pen Dear Friends, The summer brings on some of my favorite activities. I like cooking-out, hiking, camping out, kayaking and biking. Good exercise and a chance to revel

More information

STEEPLE NEWS Women's Bible Study. 6:30am 23 - Dave Ramsey 6 pm

STEEPLE NEWS Women's Bible Study. 6:30am 23 - Dave Ramsey 6 pm STEEPLE NEWS Centennial United Methodist Church at Ivy May 2018 I am writing from Denver, where I am in my last Gathering Days for seminary. God willing, I will graduate with my Masters of Divinity on

More information

FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL

FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL February 26, 2017 FIRST CHURCH, CONGREGATIONAL * 357-7518 Rev. Tom Cofer, Pastor * tom@firstchurchcongregational.org Website: www.firstchurchcongregational.org First Church, Congregational Sanctuary *

More information

Welcome TW118 and TW119

Welcome TW118 and TW119 TWE Webmaster Congratulations TW118 & Tw119 1 message Tidewater Emmaus Reply-To: twecommunication@gmail.com To: twewebmaster@gmail.com Mon, Nov 5,

More information

FROM THE PASTOR S PEN

FROM THE PASTOR S PEN FROM THE PASTOR S PEN I am feeling refreshed! I returned on Monday evening from a wonderful vacation in Gulf Shores, Alabama I do love the beach! My sister Anne and I managed to get some sun (despite the

More information

Galilee in Transition

Galilee in Transition Galilee in Transition Galilee Lutheran Church 4652 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122 www.galileelutheranchurch.org 410-255-8236 Nov. 24 & 25, 2018 GREETINGS! This adapted newsletter will serve as Galilee

More information

Volume 69, Number 42, November 21, 2017 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin

Volume 69, Number 42, November 21, 2017 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin The Church Bell THE CHURCH BELL (U.S.P.S. #442-300) is published weekly for $1 per year by First Presbyterian Church, 200 Church Street, Neenah, WI 54956. Periodicals postage paid at Neenah, WI. POSTMASTER:

More information

Thursday, May 7, :00 pm General Assembly. Faith s Tide. The mission of Faith Lutheran Church is to know God s grace and make it known.

Thursday, May 7, :00 pm General Assembly. Faith s Tide. The mission of Faith Lutheran Church is to know God s grace and make it known. Faith s Tide Faith Lutheran Church 8200 Ellis Avenue Huntington Beach, CA 92646-1839 (Located on Ellis Ave. between Beach Blvd. and Newland Ave.) Phone - 714.962.5571 Sr. Pastor, The Reverend Dr. Richard

More information

The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) beltoncc.org The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 816-331-6440 July 14 th, 2017 beltonchristian@att.net July 23 rd, 2017 Sunday, July 23 rd 9:00 AM Sunday School Scripture:

More information

THE BELL TOWER Is a monthly publication of All Saints Church Main Street West Newbury, Ma Office hours: Monday 9-12

THE BELL TOWER Is a monthly publication of All Saints Church Main Street West Newbury, Ma Office hours: Monday 9-12 THE NEWSLETTER OF ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH WE ST NEWBURY, MASS ACHUSETTS 01 985 893 89 5 MAIN STREE T ~ (9 78 ) 46 2-4 244 www.asec wn.org info@asecwn.org Volum e 1, Issue 6 THE BELL TOWER Is a monthly

More information

The Cross Word. June. From Pastor Lisa. Lutheran Church of the Cross

The Cross Word. June. From Pastor Lisa. Lutheran Church of the Cross The Cross Word From Pastor Lisa It s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor will you be mine? Won t you be mine? Mr. Rogers I realize that I usually begin this article with

More information

St. Paul s United Church of Christ

St. Paul s United Church of Christ St. Paul s United Church of Christ We are a welcoming, Christ-centered community called to embody, nurture and share God s Loving Light both within St. Paul s and our wider community. www.stpaulsbirdsboro.org

More information

The Winstead Connection

The Winstead Connection To Know God, and to Make Him Known Our Confirmands! June / July, 2018 Adolfo Gonzalez Lizbeth Gonzalez Kaitlyn Rene Hansen Jackson David Heiniger Dilyn Wayen Jenkins Jasmine Aaliyah Wells Nasir Aquian

More information

The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) beltoncc.org The Good News Letter Belton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 816-331-6440 June 16 th, 2017 beltonchristian@att.net June 25 th, 2017 Sunday, June 25 th 9:00 AM Sunday School Scripture:

More information

This Week in the Life and Work of our Church

This Week in the Life and Work of our Church February 17, 2019 Page 1 This Week in the Life and Work of our Church KINCARDINE UNITED CHURCH 721 Princes St. N., Kincardine ON N2Z 2A3 Web site: www.kincardineunitedchurch.org E-mail: kuchurch@bmts.com

More information

BUILDING ON THE PROMISES By Doug Cruger

BUILDING ON THE PROMISES By Doug Cruger BUILDING ON THE PROMISES By Doug Cruger On a snowy Sunday morning last February - a day when most churches in Maine were closed due to weather - more than sixty of us gathered during the adult Sunday School

More information

To be the head, heart and hands of Jesus Christ, driven by God's love for our church and the world beyond. NEWS & NOTES.

To be the head, heart and hands of Jesus Christ, driven by God's love for our church and the world beyond. NEWS & NOTES. irwink@woh.rr.com From: Southminster Presbyterian Church Sent: Friday, January 11, 201912:01 PM To: irwink@woh.rr.com Subject: News & Notes for January 11, 2019 To be the head, heart

More information

CONGRUITY CONNECTION. December Volume 40 Issue 11. Cliff s Notes

CONGRUITY CONNECTION. December Volume 40 Issue 11. Cliff s Notes Volume 40 Issue 11 December 2016 CONGRUITY CONNECTION Cliff s Notes A few weeks ago I was watching TV one evening and a Walgreen s commercial came on. The commercial showed a brother chasing a sister with

More information

Church Phone (260) website: trinitychurchum.org

Church Phone (260) website: trinitychurchum.org T r inity Spire Volume 43 Issue 5 Church Phone (260) 347-0056 Email: info@trinitychurchum.org website: trinitychurchum.org OUR MISSION STATEMENT: To Be and Make Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation

More information

From the Desk of Wyoming Knights of Columbus State Deputy

From the Desk of Wyoming Knights of Columbus State Deputy August 2018 From the Desk of Wyoming Knights of Columbus State Deputy Wyoming Diocese / Bishop Hart Dear Worthy Brother Knights of Columbus All, I come to you with a heavy heart, as this is an issue I

More information

A Proposal for Unified Governance of the National Setting of the United Church of Christ:

A Proposal for Unified Governance of the National Setting of the United Church of Christ: Report of the Unified Governance Working Group to the Executive Council of the 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 A Proposal

More information

Fairfield Good News KNOWING HIM AND MAKING HIM KNOWN

Fairfield Good News KNOWING HIM AND MAKING HIM KNOWN Fairfield Good News KNOWING HIM AND MAKING HIM KNOWN December 2017 From the desk of Pastor Scott: Upcoming Events So if there is any encouragement in Christ, any comfort from love, any participation in

More information

Bethlehem Star. Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church. July Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

Bethlehem Star. Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church. July Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, Bethlehem Star Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church July 2018 Editor: Lynn Bulger 40 10 th St. W Billings, MT 59102 (406) 248 6427 bethlehembillings@gmail.com www.bethlehembillings.org Facebook: Bethlehem

More information

- OUR MONTHLY AUGUST, 2018

- OUR MONTHLY AUGUST, 2018 CPC HAPPENINGS - OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER AUGUST, 2018 Dear Cherokee Friends, I hope your summer has been relaxing and enjoyable and that you have had time to find some rest and make memories with your family.

More information

THE MARKER. Broken Cups. But this precious treasure this light and power that now shine within

THE MARKER. Broken Cups. But this precious treasure this light and power that now shine within THE MARKER St. Mark s Lutheran Church April 2016 3051 Putnam Blvd. Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 Dear St. Mark s Friends and Family, please enjoy this reading from Joni Eareckson Tada Pastor Marv Broken Cups

More information

Church Records. FROM God s House TOYour House. Deaths: Baptism: 226 West State Street Sharon, PA July 28, 2011 Edward Ulan

Church Records. FROM God s House TOYour House. Deaths: Baptism: 226 West State Street Sharon, PA July 28, 2011 Edward Ulan NONPROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID Sharon, PA PERMIT No. 102 Church Records Deaths: July 28, 2011 Edward Ulan Rest eternal grant unto him, O Lord Baptism: FROM God s House TOYour House 226 West State Street

More information

The Token Hunter. N.U.T.S. National Utah Token Society

The Token Hunter. N.U.T.S. National Utah Token Society Next Meeting Feb. 26th Columbus Community Center 2500 S. 500 E. 7:00 PM South Gym The Token Hunter N.U.T.S. National Utah Token Society Dedicated to the collecting, recording, and preserving of Utah's

More information

The Messenger. Monthly news for Emmanuel Lutheran Church - Menominee, Michigan JUNE 2018 CHANGE TO SUMMER OFFICE HOURS!!

The Messenger. Monthly news for Emmanuel Lutheran Church - Menominee, Michigan JUNE 2018 CHANGE TO SUMMER OFFICE HOURS!! The Messenger Monthly news for Emmanuel Lutheran Church - Menominee, Michigan JUNE 2018 CHANGE TO SUMMER OFFICE HOURS!! Beginning on Monday, June 4th, our church office hours will be reduced to 8:00am

More information

Welcome to Ware! Get in Touch with Ware. Staff. What s Inside?

Welcome to Ware! Get in Touch with Ware. Staff. What s Inside? Welcome to Ware! Worship Times Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist 9:30 a.m. Adult Forum (September-May) 10:10 a.m. Children s Chapel (September May) 10:25 a.m. Sunday School (September May) 10:30 a.m. Holy

More information

First News & Notes August September 2018

First News & Notes August September 2018 First News & Notes August September 2018 View From The Pulpit Alex Craig Looking Unto Jesus Hebrews 12:2 FBC August Newsletter What power just a few simple words have. Many years ago, the Grand Trunk Railroad

More information

for everyone! WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIES JULY 2018 Rev. Steve Goodier Rev. Jeremiah Harris Senior Pastor Patty Gregory Associate Pastor Ann Kessler

for everyone! WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIES JULY 2018 Rev. Steve Goodier Rev. Jeremiah Harris Senior Pastor Patty Gregory Associate Pastor Ann Kessler JULY 2018 Rev. Steve Goodier Senior Pastor Rev. Jeremiah Harris Associate Pastor Patty Gregory Office Manager Ann Kessler Family Ministries Mary Hannon Business Manager Laura Morgan Family Ministries Assistant

More information

Vision Statement Presentation. Sunday September 9 During Worship. September 2018 Newsletter

Vision Statement Presentation. Sunday September 9 During Worship. September 2018 Newsletter September 2018 Newsletter One of the pivotal moments in the book of Acts is Peter s vision where he sees a large sheet coming down from heaven with animals that good Jews were not supposed to eat, since

More information

NEWS & NOTES First Presbyterian Church, Bryan Ohio March 2014

NEWS & NOTES First Presbyterian Church, Bryan Ohio March 2014 NEWS & NOTES First Presbyterian Church, Bryan Ohio March 2014 The Mission of First Presbyterian Church: Vital Worship Dynamic Growth Faithful Service Deadline for the April 2014 Newsletter is Wednesday,

More information

Santee Baptist Association

Santee Baptist Association Santee Baptist Association EXECUTIVE MEETING March 1, 2018 WORKING TOGETHER IN CLARENDON, LEE, AND SUMTER COUNTIES SANTEE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 234 Broad Street PO Box 1773 Sumter, S.C. 29151 Moderator:

More information

SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT MARCH 4, 2012

SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT MARCH 4, 2012 WHAT S HAPPENING HCLC HS YOUTH ARE RAISING THE DOUGH! They will be having a fundraiser at Melo s Pizza and Pasta. This Thursday, March 8 from 11 am 9pm come and have some fun. Dine in or take out. Melo

More information

Construction Has Begun!

Construction Has Begun! Living Water News VOLUME 4 ISSUE 3 MAY 2009 1000 Hall Valley Drive, Bridgeport WV 26330 Church office and Prayer Line 848-2122 God is faithful, by whom ye were called unto the fellowship of his Son Jesus

More information

Volume 68, Number 55, November 15, 2016 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin

Volume 68, Number 55, November 15, 2016 First Presbyterian Church Chartered in Church Street, PO Box 100 Neenah, Wisconsin The Church Bell THE CHURCH BELL (U.S.P.S. #442-300) is published weekly for $1 per year by First Presbyterian Church, 200 Church Street, Neenah, WI 54956. Periodicals postage paid at Neenah, WI. POSTMASTER:

More information

June. newsletter PARK FOREST BAPTIST CHURCH. 12:31. Who has God placed

June. newsletter PARK FOREST BAPTIST CHURCH. 12:31. Who has God placed June newsletter PARK FOREST BAPTIST CHURCH Thoughts From Pastor Jeremy It s hard to believe that it s already June. Summer is upon us and I m sure that many of us are looking forward to a great summer

More information

Awakening Souls, Transforming Lives!

Awakening Souls, Transforming Lives! September 2012-Reflections Awakening Souls, Transforming Lives! Spiritual Tools For An Abundant Life- The 12 Powers of Man Using the Powers, One Month at a Time APRIL Strength The ability to endure, stay

More information

October Hilton United Methodist Church. Hayride. Worship Committee

October Hilton United Methodist Church. Hayride. Worship Committee Hilton United Methodist Church October 2016 Hayride Come join us for a hayride at Zarpentine's farm on Sunday, October 16, at 2 PM. We will have cider and donuts after the hayride. The cost is $3 per person.

More information

Asbury United Methodist Church

Asbury United Methodist Church Asbury United Methodist Church Volume 53, No. 2 CIRCUIT RIDER February 1, 2016 A Note from Lindsay Coming events ASH Wednesday, February 10th 7:00 pm Service of Ashes Friday, February 12th 7:00 pm Family

More information

American Legion Post 80

American Legion Post 80 American Legion Post 80 February 1, 2018 Issue 2 of 12 1019 Pennsylvania Ave., St. Cloud, FL 34769 407-892-8808 Website: AmericanLegionPost80fl.org Commander s Newsletter Greetings Everyone! The kitchen

More information

ANNUAL REPORT for 2017 PROPOSED BUDGET for 2018 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORRO BAY, CA

ANNUAL REPORT for 2017 PROPOSED BUDGET for 2018 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORRO BAY, CA ANNUAL REPORT for 2017 PROPOSED BUDGET for 2018 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORRO BAY, CA JANUARY, 2018 2017 Annual Report First Christian Church, Morro Bay, CA Mission Statement We believe God s mission and

More information

St. Paul s United Church 308 King St Midland, on L4R 3M6 Sunday November 17, 2013

St. Paul s United Church 308 King St Midland, on L4R 3M6 Sunday November 17, 2013 St. Paul s United Church 308 King St Midland, on L4R 3M6 Sunday November 17, 2013 Rev. Karen Ptolemy-Stam 308 King St, Midland, ON L4R 3M6 Office hours Mon-Fri 9-12 & 1-4pm Phone 526-6077, Fax 526-4020

More information

The Messenger. St. Mark s Evangelical Lutheran Church A Heritage of God s Grace Since 1910 July Meeting of the Congregation.

The Messenger. St. Mark s Evangelical Lutheran Church A Heritage of God s Grace Since 1910 July Meeting of the Congregation. The Messenger St. Mark s Evangelical Lutheran Church A Heritage of God s Grace Since 1910 July 2017 Meeting of the Congregation. The Church Council has decided, upon the recommendation of the Call Committee,

More information

Happy and Blessed New Year to the Tidewater Emmaus Community,

Happy and Blessed New Year to the Tidewater Emmaus Community, TIDEWATER EMMAUS/CHRYSALIS NEWSLETTER January 2019 - VOLUME 31 / ISSUE 1 Happy and Blessed New Year to the Tidewater Emmaus Community, My name is Bruce McConnaughey. I attend and serve at Baylake United

More information

State of the Conference Address SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2017 MISSOURI MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE

State of the Conference Address SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2017 MISSOURI MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE State of the Conference Address SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2017 MISSOURI MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE COLUMBIA, MISSOURI Our 2017 Conference Ministry Theme has been Living Our Change! And we have indeed had ample opportunities

More information

Rooted in God s Love Growing as Christ s Caregivers

Rooted in God s Love Growing as Christ s Caregivers The Presbyterian Church at Lakehurst, NJ Rooted in God s Love Growing as Christ s Caregivers PASTOR SEARCH UPDATE Clerk Dawn Heaney The search for a new pastor is well underway. Because the church is looking

More information

The Newsletter of the First Presbyterian Church of Carson City

The Newsletter of the First Presbyterian Church of Carson City The Newsletter of the First Presbyterian Church of Carson City From the Pastor s Workshop I saw a short video last night by Pastor Andy Stanley in which he said that we have been scaring one another and

More information

Jesus Ascended to Heaven

Jesus Ascended to Heaven UNIT 27 Session 5 Use Week of: Jesus Ascended to Heaven BIBLE PASSAGE: Acts 1:4-14 MAIN POINT: Jesus ascended to heaven in a cloud. KEY PASSAGE: 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 BIG PICTURE QUESTION: What is our mission

More information

when September comes and we get to greet one another as we start returning from our summer to claim our divinity; to honor

when September comes and we get to greet one another as we start returning from our summer to claim our divinity; to honor As I sit down to write this article, it is still raining down in Texas and the flood waters are still rising. Our prayers go out to all whose lives are being affected by this massive weather event, including

More information

July/August September Messenger Deadline August 7th. First Lutheran Church

July/August September Messenger Deadline August 7th. First Lutheran Church July/August 2018 First Lutheran Church Summer Worship Sun. 9:30 am Listen on the radio 1020am or FM 97.7 www.channel 977.com 402 South Court Street Fergus Falls, MN 56537 Phone: 218-739-3348 www.firstlutheranchurchff.org

More information

GRACE MESSENGER. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church June Lay People Serving in June. Altar Guild Nancy Eddy Donna Jackson-Hein.

GRACE MESSENGER. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church June Lay People Serving in June. Altar Guild Nancy Eddy Donna Jackson-Hein. GRACE MESSENGER Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church June 2018 Lay People Serving in June Altar Guild Nancy Eddy Donna Jackson-Hein Ushers (Yes you can sign up for just one week) Acolyte 3: Isabelle Cook

More information

Helping Others Follow Jesus

Helping Others Follow Jesus Helping Others Follow Jesus Welcome To Asbury. Here at Asbury, our purpose is clear: helping others follow Jesus. You ll see it in practice in everything we do, for every age group. There are plenty of

More information

THE BIG PICTURE. Our Vision and Mission. Well Saints it has just been over nine years that we have BRIDGING THE GAP

THE BIG PICTURE. Our Vision and Mission. Well Saints it has just been over nine years that we have BRIDGING THE GAP C A L V A R Y C O M M U N I T Y B I B L E F E L L O W S H I P BRIDGING THE GAP Quarterly Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 1 October 2016 PASTOR S PEN THE BIG PICTURE Our Vision and Mission Well Saints it has

More information

Episcopal Youth Event 17 July 10-14, 2017

Episcopal Youth Event 17 July 10-14, 2017 Episcopal Youth Event 17 July 10-14, 2017 Cost per participant will be $300 University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK Open to youth currently in 9 th 12 th grades, or equivalent Our Diocese will be sending

More information

Lifeline. Church Events. Sept 3 - Office Closed. Sept 5 Joy Group - TeamKid Registration

Lifeline. Church Events. Sept 3 - Office Closed. Sept 5 Joy Group - TeamKid Registration Lifeline MONTHLY NEWSLETTER MBC SEPTEMBER 2018 VOLUME 23 August was a really great month at Macedonia. It was filled with the Blessing of the Backpacks, the Back to School Bash, Deacon Ordination, and

More information

Newsletter of Trinity United Methodist Church July 2012

Newsletter of Trinity United Methodist Church July 2012 MESSENGER The Trinity Newsletter of Trinity United Methodist Church July 2012 On Sunday, July 1, Trinity welcomes our new pastor, Rev. Dr. Larry Parker and his wife, Brenda. Although we are sad to see

More information

newsletter June 2017 Trustees Derrick Aldrich Scott Weber Roy Meyer Dan Pulver Jeff Dohl Jake Arnold Jordan Eldridge Neal Knox Roger Jones Elders

newsletter June 2017 Trustees Derrick Aldrich Scott Weber Roy Meyer Dan Pulver Jeff Dohl Jake Arnold Jordan Eldridge Neal Knox Roger Jones Elders Love God, Love Others: It Will Change Your Life 200 Fox Lake Road Angola, IN 46703 (260) 665-2813 www.pvccangola.com Love God, Love Others: It Will Change Your Life From the Desk of Eric June 2017 newsletter

More information

Living Hope Presbyterian Church seeks to inspire and empower through the Gospel.

Living Hope Presbyterian Church seeks to inspire and empower through the Gospel. Living Hope Presbyterian Church seeks to inspire and empower through the Gospel. January 2019 Newsletter The new year is almost here and with that comes many New Year s resolutions. You know, the ones

More information

May Gathering! Saturday, May 7, 2011 at St John s UMC 321 S Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC, 29730

May Gathering! Saturday, May 7, 2011 at St John s UMC 321 S Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC, 29730 News From the Central Carolinas Emmaus Community Volume 27 Issue 5 May 2011 May Gathering! Saturday, May 7, 2011 at St John s UMC 321 S Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC, 29730 Food & Fellowship 6:00 PM Worship

More information

The North Star. The North Star. Where the Light shines on our whole community!

The North Star. The North Star. Where the Light shines on our whole community! The North Star Newsletter of the North Ontario United Methodist Church The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims his handiwork. ~Psalm 19:1 Autumn is my favorite time of year.

More information

CHILD STOP TRAFFICKING. PBA on MISSION UPDATE JUNE 28 6:30PM TO 8PM. Networking to Carry Out the Great Commission July/August 2014

CHILD STOP TRAFFICKING. PBA on MISSION UPDATE JUNE 28 6:30PM TO 8PM. Networking to Carry Out the Great Commission July/August 2014 PBA on MISSION UPDATE Networking to Carry Out the Great Commission July/August 2014 STOP CHILD TRAFFICKING JUNE 28 6:30PM TO 8PM LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR CALVIN JOHNSON 3150 MIDDLETOWN RD, WALDORF

More information

8:30 & 10:15 am Services. Preschool: 3 & 4 Yr. Olds. Who Goes Where? Kindergarten-1st Grade. Discovering God Sunday School Class Room 100

8:30 & 10:15 am Services. Preschool: 3 & 4 Yr. Olds. Who Goes Where? Kindergarten-1st Grade. Discovering God Sunday School Class Room 100 8:30 & 10:15 am Services SUNDAY Nursery: Birth-Age 2 Room 104 Worship Services: 8:30 & 10:15 am. Preschool: 3 & 4 Yr. Olds Room 102 Kindergarten-1st Grade Room 201 2nd-3rd Grade Room 202 4th-6th Grade

More information

Get ready for the Story

Get ready for the Story Our Covenant Connections September, 2017 Get ready for the Story We will be spending the next year walking through the whole story of the Bible. Watch for more info.! Pastor Kevin The year is over half

More information

Greater Dayton Walk to Emmaus

Greater Dayton Walk to Emmaus Vol. 19 No. 3 Greater Dayton Walk to Emmaus March 2007 Chairman s Corner Balancing Act After much introspection lately, I have come to the conclusion that life on Earth is a balancing act and finding a

More information

Embracing God s Future...

Embracing God s Future... Embracing God s Future... Centreville United Methodist Church Holy and Gracious God, We know that where two or more are gathered together in your name, you are there. So we give thanks for the presence

More information

United in Faith. Ministry Directors. Handbook

United in Faith. Ministry Directors. Handbook United in Faith Ministry Directors Handbook Please pass this handbook to your successor at the end of your term. 000 Cover Page.doc 8/28/2015 Topic United in Faith Ministry Directors Handbook Table of

More information

A Letter from the Pastor

A Letter from the Pastor 2017 ANNUAL REPORT A Letter from the Pastor For some time, the leaders of our church have envisioned an Annual Meeting in which the year just past could be reviewed by the congregation and the year to

More information

In this issue. Newsletter Deadline

In this issue. Newsletter Deadline Summer 1 June 1, 2016 In this issue A word from the Rector. p.2 Summer Schedule. p.2 Outdoor worship... p.2 Iftar Celebration.. p.3 Sunday School Reg. p.3 Outreach...p.3 Parish Picnic...p.4 Rectory BBQs.p.4

More information

Resurrection Catholic Primary School

Resurrection Catholic Primary School Resurrection Catholic Primary School 51 Gum Road, Kings Park 3021 Telephone: (03) 8312 6312 Fax: (03) 9366 6154 website: www.rskingspark.catholic.edu.au email: principal@rskingspark.catholic.edu.au JOHN

More information

Grace Church. Our doors are always open Ridge Road Willoughby, OH

Grace Church. Our doors are always open Ridge Road Willoughby, OH Grace Church Our doors are always open 36200 Ridge Road Willoughby, OH 44094 440-942-1915 Contents Our Current Staff... 2 Our History... 2 Grace Woods... 2 Our Worship Life... 2 Our Strengths... 3 Our

More information

Worship Arts Ministry

Worship Arts Ministry January 11-25, 2019 Pages 2 Table of Contents Sections Migration Epiphany Sunday 3 Worship Space/2020 3 Membership Care Ministry Team 4 C.O.M. Ministry Team 5 Worship Arts Ministry 6-8 Spiritual Formation

More information

Communications Plan. Version:1.2 Revision Date November18, Ellen Reynolds; Ruth Benedict Virginia Champlin Fred Schuhle Cathy Thurston

Communications Plan. Version:1.2 Revision Date November18, Ellen Reynolds; Ruth Benedict Virginia Champlin Fred Schuhle Cathy Thurston 1.2 Communications Plan The Presbyterian Church in Geneva Version:1.2 Revision Date November18, 2014 Ellen Reynolds; Art Lewis; Ruth Benedict Virginia Champlin Fred Schuhle Cathy Thurston Chair Webmaster

More information

The Winstead Connection

The Winstead Connection To Know God, and to Make Him Known July, 2017 Greetings from Pastor George Loveland Over the past two months, I have felt the breath of Holy Spirit moving through the hearts of Winstead s members and friends,

More information

Office Information Rev. Elliott Hipp, Pastor From the Pastor... Congregational Elections. Dear Friends,

Office Information Rev. Elliott Hipp, Pastor From the Pastor... Congregational Elections. Dear Friends, News at Paw Creek November 08, 2017 Office Information Rev. Elliott Hipp, Pastor deh46@columbia.edu Evie Landrau, Director of Youth Ministries evsartjewelry@gmail.com Kim Whittington, Administrative Assistant/

More information

Our Vision. Rio Rancho United Methodist Church. Can You See the Window? What s Inside?

Our Vision. Rio Rancho United Methodist Church. Can You See the Window? What s Inside? Our Vision May 27, 2018 Volume 13, Issue 11 Rio Rancho United Methodist Church Rio Rancho UMC is a body of Christ led and empowered by the Holy Spirit, meeting the needs of God s people through open hearts,

More information

JULY WORSHIP SERVICES

JULY WORSHIP SERVICES HENDERSON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PO Box 91346 Henderson, NV 89009 A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED BY THE HENDERSON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Pastor Lee Styer Parish Associate Hilda Pecoraro www.hendersonpres.org

More information

First Things First. A Word from Tom, the Stated Supply

First Things First. A Word from Tom, the Stated Supply First Things First A Word from Tom, the Stated Supply December 2018/ January 2019 And so, we ring in the Advent season a time of holiday decorating, gift buying, and special memories! For us church folks,

More information

Salem Baptist Church July 15, 2018

Salem Baptist Church July 15, 2018 Salem Baptist Church July 15, 2018 Pastor s Honor Roll Sunday Proverbs 24:14 Know also that wisdom is like honey for you: If you find it, there is a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off.

More information

Bradford Congregational Church UCC An Open & Affirming Congregation! Bradford, VT (802)

Bradford Congregational Church UCC An Open & Affirming Congregation! Bradford, VT (802) EPISTLE August, 2017 Bradford Congregational Church UCC An Open & Affirming Congregation! Bradford, VT (802) 222-4034 Our website: http://bradforducc.org email us at: bradfordvtucc@gmail.com see us on

More information

Volume 46, Issue 12 December 2017

Volume 46, Issue 12 December 2017 Volume 46, Issue 12 December 2017 The Advent Wreath helps us live out our relationship with Jesus as we prepare to celebrate his birth and anticipate the time when he will claim all the earth for his own.

More information

Pastor Mark. July, 2017

Pastor Mark. July, 2017 July, 2017 In the book of Ezra, we find Ezra making his way to Jerusalem. In order for him to do this, he needs volunteers to help him. In the eighth chapter, he has put out the request for volunteers

More information

REVEILLE NEWSLETTER. American Legion Post 179. Charleston, South Carolina. Non-Profit Orgn. U.S. Postage PAID Charleston, SC Permit No.

REVEILLE NEWSLETTER. American Legion Post 179. Charleston, South Carolina. Non-Profit Orgn. U.S. Postage PAID Charleston, SC Permit No. American Legion Post 179 P.O. Box 31476 Charleston, SC 29417-1476 ELECTRONIC SERVICE REQUESTED Non-Profit Orgn. U.S. Postage PAID Charleston, SC Permit No. 1608 American Legion Post 179 Charleston, South

More information

Northwest Georgia Walk to Emmaus

Northwest Georgia Walk to Emmaus Northwest Georgia Walk to Emmaus August 2017 Greetings Emmaus Community, It is hard to believe that the summer will soon be coming to an end already. The kids will be going back to school and back in full

More information