Posted on June 9, 2016 Posted By: admin
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3rd Sunday after Pentecost-
This Sunday all generations worship together and share communion as we celebrate our 2016 graduates. Our high school and college graduates will be helping to lead us in worship and we will have some special guests in the choir.
We will also send our graduates off with our prayers as they begin their next adventure.
I hope you’ll join us this Sunday at 10am for meaningful worship and community. If you cannot join us in person you can always be with us through Internet Streaming.
Reverend Matt Gough
Mark your Calendars as a Ugandan Children’s Choir is coming to First Presbyterian and giving a concert Sunday, July 17, at 6pm. We are still looking for hosts who can host 2-3 kids and 1 adult chaperone for 2 nights July 17-18. They will be with you evenings and mornings as they have daytime activities. We are also looking for any doctors/dentists who may be willing to provide care to the kids on the 18th or 19th. While the kids travel they try to address dental and medical needs before they return to Uganda.
What are Sweaty Sheep? Presbyterians who like to move! A group will be riding bikes from California to General Assembly in Portland and have invited you to join in. They and Brian Heron will be here on Thursday 16th at 5:30 pm offering stories, conversation, and thoughts, on fitness. Bring a potluck picnic item, blankets, or camping chairs for some outdoor fellowship. They will also lead a yoga worship service at 7pm. If you would like to join them for part of their ride then pick up a schedule in the gathering space.
The Conner family invites you to a graduation party for Jennifer from 1pm-4pm on Sunday, June 19 in Dennis Hall. All are welcome.
A garden tour is planned for Sat., June 25 from 10am-4pm. Tickets for the garden tour will be available for sale at the coffee hour.
Fair Trade coffee at fellowship hourâ€”By serving Fair Trade coffee, we support farmers, communities, and environmental sustainability around the world. Your contributions help cover the cost; just look for the donation basket at fellowship hour.
Just a reminder that there is no parking parallel to the yellow curb in the parking lot. Please only park in designated parking lot spaces or out on the street. On Sundays, parking is also available in the Multi-Cultural Center parking lot across 9th Street.
#worshipleader Is your child interested in being a part of worship? We’re always looking for kids to read or share their musical talents. Find Jonathan after worship or click the buttons in the left-hand sidebar to sign up!
Our church library is open every Sunday morning. You are welcome to stop by on your way to coffee hour. Pick up a good book, a cup of coffee and a cookie. The latest arrivals are located on the shelf above the movies.
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