CPC e-news for August 22, 2014

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” 
― Martin Luther King Jr.A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

Church Calendar for August 22 -30, 2014

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

8/24
9:00 am High Ground rehearsal
9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship; Baptism
11:30 am Fellowship Hour
4:30 pm Church Picnic at Deming Park
5:00 pm 7th Cents Youth Group at Deming Park

8/25
12:00 pm Family Prayer Group

8/27
10:00 am Bazaar Crafters
11:15 am Church Staff Meeting
12:30 pm Personnel Committee meets
7:00 pm Communication Commission meets

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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; Christian Studies – FH classroom B; Christian Parenting – FH Classroom C.

The Sunday School offering is money for milk at 14th and Chestnut.  Bring your coins for a little fun while giving this year!

The Annual Church Picnic is August 24 at 4:30 pm at Deming Park Lions 3 Shelter!  CLCA will provide chicken, table service and drinks.  Please bring a dish to share. (There is not a 5th Sunday lunch due to the Labor Day Weekend.)

Salt Shaker Dinners resume this fall!!  Sign up to be a part of this fun fellowship opportunity, not to mention delicious meals!  See the Sunday bulletin or Herald for details.

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

socks

The first Sunday in September is “SUPER SOCK SUNDAY”. The mission committee is collecting new socks for kindergarten through high school aged Vigo Co kids who will be getting shoes from the Shoe Bus.  

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

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HOLYPALOOZA – This year it is a two morning event.
Saturday, September 20 will be a day of service in the community.  A light breakfast at 8:30 at Central will begin the day before our volunteers head off to 3 main locations to work until noon.  Please sign up for your choice of activity so that we know how many to expect.  1. The ISU Community Garden needs produce harvested  for donation to a food pantry as well as weeding and winterizing.  2. Deming Center residents will be preparing for the move to their new location.  Friendly faces during Bingo will be needed as well as distributing home care bags for their new apartments.  (Thank you for filling those bags and returning them!).  3. The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is the same morning at Memorial Stadium.  You may choose to be a part of the Holypalooza Team by walking or running the 5K or 1-mile course or just relax by the finish line and cheer for the finishers.  There is a registration fee and you are encouraged to register online (the team will be posted today or tomorrow).  You may also make a donation to the team without participating.  There will also be the opportunity to go as a volunteer helper – those jobs are yet to be determined.  A 4th option is to assist with set-up and preparation for the United Campus Ministries Barbecue (formerly ‘Pig Roast”).
Childcare is provided at Central for infants through 5th graders.  The children will be making note holders for the Deming Center residents and will walk to the Center late in the morning to distribute the gifts.  Adult and youth c
hildcare workers are needed for that day – see Cheryl Moles.

Sunday, September 21 – Joint worship at 10 am at Central.  Following the service, all are invited to enjoy lunch at the UCM Barbecue.  Serving will be at Centenary United Methodist and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Churches.  A free will offering will be taken for the meal.

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Weatherwax 

 

This is Lance Weatherwax’s nephew, Christopher (dancing with Lance’s mother). He is 23 years old and has stage 5 kidney disease. Christopher is on the IU Health transplant list with an expected wait of 3-4 years for a kidney.
Lance tells us that if someone donates a kidney, he can be off the list in as little as 2-3 months.  Persons who want more information on kidney donation (without commitment) can call Kelly Coffey at 800-382-4602.
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Dates for your planning calendar:

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:

Cathy VanNamen 8/22; John Chironna, Lucas Rubey, Justin Woodruff 8/25; Tim Johnson 8/27; Isabelle Conner, Grant VanNahmen 8/29

Liturgist: Brad Bough
Children’s Moment: Eunice Pate
Greeters: Bough family
Ushers: Max & Carolyn Payne, Donna Wilson, Lance & Brenda Weatherwax
Hosts: Mark & Beth Ann Smith
Session Open and Close: Joyce Cook, Don Lowder


 

Revised Common Lectionary Readings for Sunday, August 24, 2014,
the Twenty-First 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

 

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