CPC e-news for July 25, 2014

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

“There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

-Albert Einstein

Church Calendar for July 25 – August 2, 2014

For full church calendar, go to:  https://www.thcpc.org

7/27
9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship
11:30 am Fellowship Hour

7/28
12:00 pm Family Prayer Group

7/29
6:00 pm Summer Story Time
6:00 pm Life Skills Workshop for 6th – 12th grade students

7/30 
10:00 am Bazaar Crafters
11:15 am Church Staff Meeting

8/1
5:30 pm Parents’ Night Out

                                                                                         

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Mission Committee is going to begin collecting specific  items for various organizations on the first Sunday of the month.  The items for August 3 are classroom items for teachers.  Please bring:
Vista (dry erase) markers                  Post-it notes (various sizes) and Page markers
Sheet protectors                                    Magnetic tape
Hand Sanitizer                                        Zipper pencil pocket that fits in a binder
Sanitizing wipes
Glue sticks

Sunday School classes meet each week at 9:30 am. Preschool – room 108;  Elementary – room 202; Middle School and High School – room 201; Adults and Young Adults: Coffee and Conversation – FH classroom A; History of Christianity – FH classroom B; Christian Parenting – FH Classroom C.

The Sunday School offering is money for milk at 14th and Chestnut.  The Center is serving 100+ children plus 24 staff members.  They are using about 5 gallons a day.  Thanks for your generous giving.

Continue to bring the plastic caps and lids.  They will be given to Art Totality for a second bench and to Unity Presbyterian for a bench.

Summer Story Time is every Tuesday in July from 6:00 – 7:00 pm.  We are reading and acting out classic children’s tales (3 Little Pigs, Gingerbread Boy, etc.)  Storytime will meet for the last time on the 29th.

Life Skills Workshops will be held periodically to educate our youth on some basic skills in preparation for joining the workforce and/or living on their own.  On July 29, all youth (rising 6th – 12th grade) and anyone else that is interested are invited to come to the church from 6:00 – 7:00 pm to learn about money responsibility, counting money and giving/receiving change.   Thanks to Murray Pate for assisting with the leadership.  Please RSVP to Cheryl Moles.  This is held the same time as Story Time so the younger children and older children have activities at the same time.

Attention Crafters and those that enjoy fellowship – There is a crafting session for the Fall Bazaar every Wednesday  from 10 am to 2 pm.

Dates for your planning calendar:

August 10 – Blessing of the Backpacks (students and teachers)
August 15-16 7th Cents Fall Kickoff Overnight
August 17 – Sunday School Rally Day and Skating Party
August 24 – Church Picnic
September 20 – Holypalooza Day of Service
September 21 – Holypalooza Worship

KOINONIA PRAYER LIST:  In an effort to keep the prayer needs of our family and friends off of the website, you will be receiving a separate email with the Koinonia Prayer List.  The same distribution list is used for both mailings, so if you unsubscribe to one, you have for both.

Happy Birthday to:

Leanne Holder 7/25; Bob Horneker, Douglas Shaw, Fred Weber 7/26; Max Perry, Harrison Whitaker 7/27, Niles Newton 7/29; Evelyn Gladden 8/1; Kennyi Aouad, Darcy McCoy 8/2

Liturgist: Fred Rubey
Children’s Moment: Alex Spencer
Greeters: Jean & Chuck Shutt
Ushers: Max & Carolyn Payne, John & Eileen Whalen, Donna Wilson
Hosts: John & Susan Moulton
Session Open and Close: Chuck Shutt

Revised Common Lectionary Readings for Sunday, July 27, 2014,
the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

HOW TO REACH US: 
Staff eMails:

Presbytery of Ohio Valley website: www.povpc.org
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resbyterian Church (U.S.A.) website: www.pcusa.org

 

One response to “CPC e-news for July 25, 2014”

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