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November 2011

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From Me to You
Session Digest
Stewardship Ministry Update
Financial Report
Evangemissions
Food Distribution Center
Pasadena Presbyterian Women
Fellowship
Calendar
Praise Kids
Family Connection
Marriage and Parenting Class
Antioch Youth
Library
Preschool
Children's Church
Christmas in Trinidad and Tobago
The Metropolitan Ministry Tent is Coming!
Fall Kairos Weekends
Christmas Caroling
Parent's Night Out
Christmas Pageant
Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child
Discipleship
Sunday Worship Attendance
What's New at PPC
Birthdays

From Me to You

"Those who offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving honor Me.”
(Psalm 50:23)

What do we give up for Thanksgiving?

Oh, you’re thinking, “he’s confused:  we usually only give up things—like chocolate—at Lent.”
No, I’m not confused:  as the Lord in Psalm 50 (above) says, we honor Him by offering to Him a “sacrifice of thanksgiving;” So, what are we sacrificing to honor God?

Usually, about the only things sacrificed on Thanksgiving are a turkey and our diets!

A “sacrifice of thanksgiving” historically and Biblically was one of the many types offered at the Temple. It looked a lot like all the other sacrifices going-on:  the difference was in the attitude of gratitude it reflected from the forgiven and restored heart of the giver.  Colossians 1 says:

“Give thanks to the Father, who has qualified us to share

in the inheritance of the saints in Light;

For He rescued us from the domain of darkness,

and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son,

in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.” (1:12-14)

The sacrifice we thank God for is the gift of His beloved and Only begotten Son! 

Jesus died on a cross to forgive and wash away all our sins—past, present and future! 

And He rose again, to bring us into life through faith in Him:  new life with and for Him now—we are new creations in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17), and life forever--as citizens of His eternal Kingdom and inheritors of eternity with God!

What then do we sacrifice to thank and honor God with?

God, of course, doesn’t need anything from us; as Pastor John Piper once noted: idols demand things—life—from their worshippers;  the true God, made known and knowable in Jesus, gives things—life—to worshippers!  Jesus is the only One who gave His life for us! 

SO, what do we give and give-up—sacrifice-- to give thanks to and honor Him?

Certainly, around PPC now, we have many ways to show and share Christ and His blessings:  we can give of ourselves, our time and resources to serve in our 2nd annual hosting of the Metropolitan Ministries Collection and Distribution Tent, or in the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes, or giving Toys for Trinidad, and helping serve-in and supply our own on-going Food Distribution Center.  The key is:  pray about it, and ask the Lord what He wants to do through you!  I’m sure He will answer, because by our giving, we thank and honor God!

“When we take your gifts to those who need them, they will break out in thanksgiving to God.  So two good things will happen—needs…will be met, and they will joyfully express their thanksgiving to God. You will be glorifying God through your generous gifts.”
(2 Corinthians 8:12-13)

Giving thanks to Jesus our Savior and Lord with and for you, His precious saints at and as PPC—thanking Him  for your generous, sacrificial giving and serving the Lord, now and always, to His greatest glory!

In Christ,

Carl

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Session Digestcolumns

September 27, 2011

The Session held its September Stated meeting on September 27th at 7 p.m. in the Boswell room.  The Moderator, Carl Crawford called the meeting to order with prayer.  A quorum was present.  Elder White shared a devotion based on how Jesus Christ gives us things to do, watch for; and the true meaning of having the Holy Spirit dwell within us.
The following items were presented and acted on:
1. Laura Woodard presented this year’s Sonrise Preschool report.
2. The Town Hall Meeting was discussed and it was suggested that we might move the early service start time to 9:00.  This idea will be discussed in the October Session Ministry meetings and comments brought back to the Session.
3.  The Session discussed developments regarding the changes in the PCUSA Book of Order,
specifically pertaining to Amendment 10-A.  Session will continue to pray and study options.

4. Session received ministry reports and approved setting November 13, 2011 as Stewardship Sunday. 
The meeting was adjourned with prayer at 10:14 p.m.
Complete Session minutes are public record and are available for review in the church office by any PPC member.

Kathie Schellhaas, Clerk pro tem

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Stewardship Ministry Update  

"Be generous and ready to share"

In Matthew 25:14-30, Jesus tells a parable about the three servants and a demanding master. Before the master departs, he gives talents to each man according to his abilities, one servant gets five talents, another servant, two, and the last servant, only one talent. When the master returned, the demanding master judged each servant. And being scared or cautious with the talents was not an excuse. Apparently, being worried or scared is not an excuse for not using the talents the master gives. The servants who used their talents were rewarded and approved. The scared one who buried his talents lost everything. It turned out that playing safe was not safe. Creatively using the talents their master gave was rewarded.

Jesus used this and other parables to teach us to generously use what He has given us, enriching others and glorifying Him in the process. As I've mentioned before, in his book, A Life God Rewards, Bruce Wilkerson wisely points out at the end of our lives the only thing that will remain is what we have given to God.

The annual pledge campaign has started; November 13 will be "Commitment Sunday". Our theme this year for the annual pledge campaign is "Give Generously", based on 1 Timothy 6:18 " "Instruct them to do good, be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share". The people at Pasadena have always responded generously and you have glorified God with your faithfulness, creatively using your talents and money for God.

Thanks to these gifts we have had another year of increasing attendance at VBS: 165 kids with 42 accepting Jesus as their Savior. Our pre-school ministry blessess 85 children and their families. Numerous men and women have been blessed by the Kairos Ministry. Every week we have groups learning about God at Sunday school, Beth Moore studies, Praise Kids Club, Family Connection, parenting classes and Bible Fellowship. The list grows and changes each year. And this year we have been able to re-open the 123 house, this time for food distribution to the needy. Already, many have been prayed for and several saved.  

As the Lord said in Luke 12:34 “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." And it's easy to see where the heart of Pasadena Church has been this year. You have glorified God and increased our faith by your faithfulness. Thanks again for all you do for God's glory here at Pasadena. Please prayerfully consider God's will for you as you fill out your pledges for the coming year. Pledging allows Pasadena to prepare a budget for its ministries and use your gifts wisely. Thanks again for all you do for God's glory here at Pasadena.

Tom Smith
Stewardship Chair

Pasadena Presbyterian Church Wishlist
Nature of Project Estimated Cost Received
Youth Sound Equipment (speakers, etc.) $1,500 0
Sanctuary Projector $4,000 0

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Financial Report

The Financials for September show actual income $19,292.06 with expenses of $24,090.01 leaving us -$4,797.95 in the red.    

Year to Date 2011
Actual Income   $ 258,543.14
Actual Expenses $ 257,168.62  
Black +$    1,374.52

 

Financial Notes

PPC Foundation 
Pasadena Foundation $27,892.37
Wahl Scholarship   $48,582.85 

Cash Available

Checking Account Balance: $52,680.01

Cash Reserves            

General Reserve MM                $29,890.13

Total Cash                    $82,570.14

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Evangemissions

Two opportunities for: “A little less talk and a lot more action”

(1)Signup to work Metropolitan Ministries Donation Tent www.SignUpGenius.com/go/donation17. Give yourself a user name and a password and pick a date where help is needed or come to the tent and let us know when you can help. 

MTWTF 3:30-5:30 or 5:30-7:30 and Saturday 10:00 – 12:00 or 12:00 – 2:00  Also, bring donations of non-perishable food and frozen turkeys – ask your neighbors, club and others to contribute too!

(2)Faith Promise and Missions Designated support needed to support our missionaries.  We are still running short.  Help turn this frown upside down – be a bigger partner.    

http://www.desiringgod.org/resource-library/conference-messages/reckless-abandon-jesus-is-worth-it  You will never know what this says unless you check it out….  Gene Hammond

Sandy Moore, Evangemission Chair

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Food Distribution Center 

Several people were waiting to get their food when it happened.  I should say, “When he spoke.”  He wasn’t at all quiet about it.  Rather somewhat loudly he said, “People, I need to tell you that a couple of the people working here came over to my apartment and prayed for the burn on my leg.  It is completely gone away and the doctors don’t know how.”  One young lady, another guest, who is questioning the actions of Christians, heard it and it affected her.  Those words did not come to her ears from us nor did we know in advance that the man was going to speak out and give a testimony to the power of God. Incidentally the two people who visited him simply prayed that God would heal him.

The Food Distribution Center was set up to minister to the needs of people who are both physically and spiritually hungry.  A young woman listened to two of our sisters share Jesus with her and she gave her heart to Him that same day.  Two men who came in only to get food and wanted no prayers are breaking down and showing gratitude and one of them said, “Thank you and God bless you.”  The spinal meningitis victim is smiling even though she can’t hear and has hope of returning to painting again.  Her husband and she minister to the team as much as we minister to them.

We have good reports friends.  But we need your help.  We need people to volunteer on the 4th Tuesday and 2nd Saturday of every month.  We have often worked with only a few people.  This is our opportunity to show the love of Christ.  We are also in need of canned goods and cereal.  We have been blessed with meat and bread.  We ask you to pray about what God is leading you to do in this ministry.  This ministry is your ministry.  Yes, there is a good core of dedicated people who are being used by God.  We’re not complete without you though.  God wants to use every one of you to reach this lost world and our culture for His Son Jesus.  People need the Lord.  No one comes to the Father except through Jesus, God’s Son, our Lord and Savior.  Jesus may send someone to the center that he has for you to reach out and to touch with his love.  Pray for those of us who are there for the food distribution that we will have a heart for the people and that they will come and receive His love and mercy.

For more information, contact Russ Cabot or Larry Hendry for details.  The food will be disturbed from the 123 House on the 2nd Saturday and the 4th Tuesday from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

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Pasadena Presbyterian WomenPresbyterian Women

WOMEN OF THE CHURCH ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF  NOVEMBER, 2011

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 @ 10:00 am           Council Meeting in Boswell
Friday, November 4, 2011 @ 10:00 am               Church Women United World Community Day
Monday, November 7, 2011 @ 10:00 am            Communion at the Springs
Monday, November 7, 2011 @ 7:00 pm             Rachel Circle at Arlene Tomin’s home
Tuesday, November 8, 2011 @ 1:00 pm             Esther Circle at Becky McLaughlin’s home
Tuesday, November 8, 2011 @ 1:00 pm             Ruth Circle at Pat Drucker’s home
Monday, November 14, 2011 @ 1:00 pm           Hannah Circle will meet at the church

In our circle meetings, we are studying the Book of James.  Please join us for a time of bible study and fellowship.  All women are invited to participate in one of the circles.  Please contact Shirley Hartsfield our Circle Coordinator for more information.

Church Women United (CWU) World Community Day will be held Friday, November 4, 2011 at Lakewood United Methodist Church, 5994 Martin Luther King Jr. Street So. At 10:00 am.  Contact me if you are interested in going.  No reservations are required but we may car pool.

Our Thank Offering Service will be Sunday, November 20, 2011 during a combined service at 10:30 a.m.  Alma & Larry Oline will be our guest speakers, just returning from their Japan mission trip.  A light luncheon will follow the service in the Fellowship Hall.  All are invited to attend.

The Sock Tree (see ad elsewhere in newsletter) will be available from Sunday, November 27th through Sunday, December 11th.  Thank you all (congregation and preschool) for your generous donations in the past.

God’s Blessings to all,

Patricia Watts, Chairperson

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Fellowship

Fellowship Ministry met October 11th  and have a couple items to bring to the October Session meeting. On December 18th we will come together for a light supper and then do some caroling. The other item is the possibility of a “Trash & Treasures Sale” the 21st of January.  Watch next month’s newsletter for both of these events.  We are furnishing snacks for “Parents Night Out” on Saturday, November12th from 6-9 p.m.  (Project headed by Leslie Hughes – open to our congregation and the preschool.) 
Just a reminder that on November 20th at 10:30 a.m. we will have the Women’s Thank Offering Service with Alma & Larry Oline (just fresh from Japan) as our speakers.  A light lunch will follow in the Fellowship Hall and all are invited to attend.
The above are set times for us all to get together and fellowship, one with another and may we all share and show Jesus in our actions and love for one another and encourage each other.

Patricia Watts, Chairperson

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Praise Kids

Praise Kids is a special club for children in pre-k through 5th grade.  The children grow closer in their relationship with Christ through Bible stories, crafts, skits, games, dress-up, and puppets.  Praise Kids meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:00 in the elementary classroom.  

The classroom Bible timeline is beginning to take shape as the children continue to “walk through the Bible” each week.  as well as how the October’s lessons include stories about Noah, Abraham, and Jacob.  October 26th is Movie Night.

Throughout the month of November the children will begin to rehearse songs in preparation for this year’s Christmas Eve pageant.  Praise Kids will end for the fall on Wed., November 16th.

If you need additional information about Praise Kids, or if you feel led to participate in this vital ministry to our children and families, please contact Leslie Hughes at

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Family Connection

*Who may Participate?
All parents and children.

*What is it?
Singing, teaching, interactive.

*When is it? 
Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:00 PM

*Where is it?
Fellowship Hall

Refreshments served. Nursery is available.

The LAST Family Connection for the fall will be Wednesday, November 16th.

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Marriage and Parenting Class

Do you want to experience “oneness” in your relationship?  Do you have a desire to be Godly mates and parents?  Then this class is for you! 

This discussion-oriented class covers marriage and child-rearing issues in a biblical manner.  The class meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00- 8:00 PM.  Each lesson is stand-alone, so you will be able to participate even if you cannot attend the class every Wednesday.  You may attend the class with, or without, your spouse.

Child care is provided for preschool children too young to attend Praise Kids.

The FINAL Marriage & Parenting class for the fall will be Wed., November 16th.

Please contact Leslie Hughes, , for additional information.

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Antioch Youth News

The Youth group will be joining K-Life St. Petersburg.  K-Life meets at Bridgepoint Church, 5901 9th Avenue N, St. Petersburg.  More information about K-Life can be found on the K-Life website, http://stpete.klife.com, or by contacting the area director, Brian Wang.

The High School Club meets on Monday evenings from 7:00 – 8:00.  Small groups meet from 8:00 – 8:45 PM.

The Middle School Club meets on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:00.  Small groups meet from 8:00 – 8:45.

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Library

KAREN KINGSBURY IS MORE OF AN OPEN BOOK THAN I THOUGHT...
Prolific was the only word I thought of when I used to think of Christian author Karen Kingsbury. The back of one of her novels said that she "is a USA Today and New York Times best-selling author, with nearly twenty million books in print..." Karen has written 45 fiction books for adults, plus, nonfiction and books for children. So, she is prolific.

But, after visiting her website http://www.karenkingsbury.com, I found there was so much more to her life than writing.

She has trademarked her "descriptor" "Life-Changing Fiction" because so many readers have written to tell her this is what happened when they read the inspirational fiction she writes.

Her heart's main mission is to love Jesus and follow him and feels her writing is a gift from God. There are certain concerns God has set upon her heart, so, in March 2010, she founded the One Chance Foundation which supports the "development of Christian Education; scholarships for students wishing to attend Christian schooling; the support of adoption ministries; and grants for families seeking to adopt," according to her website. She also has sections on the site for prayer requests and to honor military heroes.

She and her husband Don have six children, three born to them and three adopted from Haiti. 

She is also a professional song-writer, registered with BMI. Grammy-award winning songwriter Gary Baker, and Lonestar lead singer Richie McDonald and Karen have written several songs including, "Miracles Happen" and "Where Yesterday Lives." Her song, "Walls," is sung by Richie McDonald on his 2008 Christmas CD.

The library has a number of her books, including her latest two fictional works, Learning and Leaving.

Laurie Smith, Librarian

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Preschool

October has been a very busy month in the preschool ministry. We have been learning about the people who help us in our lives. The fire department and police department came to visit us. They taught the children about safety. It was a terrific experience for the children. They learned not to be afraid of the police and firefighters. The children learned that they were their friends. The children learned that they have a friend who will always be with them and keep them safe. His name is Jesus. They learned that He loves them and will always help them.

The children have learned that they need to help people also. We have been collecting toys for Pastor Anthony to send to the children in Trinidad and Tobago.

Our Fall Festival celebration was a tremendous success. Thirty parents volunteered to plan, set up, host all activities, and chaperone the children. Our families are truly a shining example of fellowship and community.

November will be another busy month as we prepare our celebrations to give thanks to God for all He has given us. I look forward to sharing our November activities with you.

Let us remember to “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”  1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18
May your Thanksgiving Celebration be blessed.  – Laura Woodard

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Children's Church

Children’s Church is a worship service designed specifically for children in pre-k through 5th grade.  The children are dismissed from the Sanctuary each Sunday, with the exception of Communion Sunday, during the 8:30 AM  service.

The children will begin rehearsing songs for the Christmas Eve pageant during Children’s Church beginning in November.

Please contact Leslie Hughes, , for additional information.

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Christmas in Trinidad and Tobego: Kids Explosion 2011

Once again PPC is collecting new toys for 1500 underprivileged children ages 3-13.

Our drive will start on October 9th and run through November 20th.  We will have donation bins located in the halls outside of the Sanctuary for your donations.

Please include a $5.00 (checks made out to All Nations Global Discipleship Ministries) or more donation to help cover the cost of shipping and other project costs along with your unwrapped toys.  Please no used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives or military figures; no breakable items such as snow globes or glass containers.

Contact Pastor Anthony Oliver if you have any questions.

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The Metropolitan Ministry Tent is Coming!

YOU can help minister directly to those in need in our community.  The PPC/MM leadership team is looking for:

3 laptops to use for registration of applicants that will receive assistance  (gift or loan of the computers)  must be internet ready and capable of running registration software

Start up money – a few dollars here and there for a new electrical pole and service and some shell for roadway and tent

Volunteers:

  • Registration: People that can operate computers to register applicants  MTWT  10:00 AM to 2:00 PM  (pick an hour or more and a day or more days that you can work.  Send your email and phone number when you volunteer.  This will be inside the 123 house on Pinellas Way  Starting October 19 through November 18.  (you do not have to work every day or the entire time – just let us know what days and what times you can work.
  • Donation Tent:  People that can receive donations, possibly have their own drives or enlist their friends to do the same.  November 1st through November 19th. And December 1st to December 17th.   Work a few days and hours or as many as you can.  MTWTF hours of 3:30PM to 7:30PM  (3:30-5:30 and 5:30-7:30 shifts preferred but will take any time you have).
  • Drives:  Contact neighbors, businesses, churches and organizations to donate specific items (we’ll give you the list)
  • Distribution Saturday: November 19 and December 17 to help with various jobs distributing food and toys to poor families in our Fellowship Hall.  You must have worked either registration or the donation tent to qualify for working this distribution.
  • Prayer partners: Praying with those at the donation tent and distribution Saturday as well as praying for this ministry outreach on a regular basis.

Other churches, businesses and individuals to partner with us.  Perhaps you know a church who would take a day and work the tent (which would be a great day for their members to bring their donations by) We want this to be a community effort not just a Pasadena Presbyterian event.

For more information, please contact Gene Hammond or Pastor Anthony Oliver

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Fall Kairos Weekends

Well we had 2 weekends filled with the Holy Spirit as the Kairos men’s and women’s teams went to Hardee CI, a maximum security prison and Hillsborough Women’s CI, a faith based institution from October 6-10.  These weekends happen twice a year, April and October and are 3 1/2 days long.  They are sponsored by The Kairos Prison Ministry and are one of PPC’s most active ministries with 9 members of our congregation currently participating. PPC member Christine Cook was the leader of the women’s team  for HCI.

The weekends focus on bringing God’s Word to men and women most hungry for the Holy Spirit.  We very often see the residents (inmates) accept or renew their faith in Christ; however, this weekend both the men’s and women’s teams saw an extraordinary readiness and desire to learn of and become a part of Christ’s family.

Barriers of both personal and faith were broken down.  Friendships were formed among the residents which is something very hard to do in prison.  Faiths were transformed as even Muslims and Buddhists accepted the Cross of Christ.  It was absolutely amazing to see the Holy Spirit work so quickly in these men and women.  This is something that you don’t see often on the outside.

If you would like to become part of this extraordinary ministry, please talk with any of the two dozen men and women of our congregation that are so blessed to be part of Kairos.

In Christ,

Bill Wyess

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Christmas Caroling

Save the Date!
CHRISTMAS CAROLING throughout the neighborhood surrounding the church.

WHEN: Sunday, December< 18th
4:00 -- Light Dinner
5:00 -- Caroling

WHERE:  Meet  in Fellowship Hall

WHO:  All are welcome!

Songbooks will be provided.

Hot chocolate, mulled cider, and cookies will be served in Fellowship Hall following the caroling.

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Parent's Night Out

"Date night," dinner, movie, shopping...together? Do these seem like distant memories?

The ministry teams of PPC are offering child care at no cost to you on the following three evenings: Saturday, October 29th, 6-9 pm; Saturday, November 12th, 6-9pm; and Saturday, December 10th, 6-9pm.

The children will be supervised by approved PPC child care providers. Age-appropriate activities will be planned. A snack will be served each evening.

Ages 1-3: drop off in classroom 5

Pre-k through Grade 5: drop off in Fellowship hall.

Please contact Leslie Hughes at for additional information.

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Christmas Pageant

Rehearsals for the Christmas Eve pageant will begin in November during Children’s Church and Praise Kids.

All children in preschool through grade 5 are welcome to participate in the pageant. Please contact Leslie Hughes, , for additional information. 

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Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child

Please bring in your filled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child throughout the month of November. For more details on what to fill your shoebox with, got to samaritanspurse.org/occ.

Shoebox Dedication on Sunday, November 20th during the combined service.

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Discipleship

Discipleship is off to a great start this year.  We are working on bringing the focus of our Ministry more closely in line with PPC’s Purpose Statement and vision. 

Any PPC member seeking to teach a class based on a book or outline they have chosen is invited to attend a Discipleship Ministry Meeting.  Call me, Kathie Schellhaas and I will be happy to give you the details.

Women in the Word is off to a great start.  Thanks to all who are working with the class.  

We are looking for volunteers to help us lighten the load of weekly Children’s Church and Kid’s Club, by teaching either for a one hour class.  If you can help by taking one, to no more than three days, teaching Children’s Church or Praise Kid’s Club by you
self or with a friend, please let Leslie Hughes or Kathie Schellhaas know. We will give you lots of help and you will truly enjoy the children. 

A huge THANK YOU to all the Elders and Deacons who have graciously volunteered to teach Children’s Church and Kid’s Club.  You will be abundantly blessed for your service by both the children and the Lord.

“There are diversities of gifts, but the same spirit.  There are differences of ministries, but the same Lord.  And there are diversities of activities, but it is the same God who works in all.  But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all.”  1 Cor. 12:4-8

Kathie Schellhaas, Discipleship Chair

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Sunday Worship Attendance

Sheep                                            
  8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m Total
October  2  74  50  124 
October  9   48 47 95 
October 16    60 45 105  
October 23   57 44 101

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What's New At PPCNews

Sock Tree

Presbyterian Women's Sock Tree will be available to hang your socks on. It will be located in the hallway to the Boswell Room from Sunday, November 29th thru Sunday, December 13th. These socks will be taken to the Beth-El Mission to by distributed among the children and adults. This has been an ongoing mission for many years and we thank you for your contributions.

Flowers

Beginning November first Sanctuary flower cost will go up from $25 to $35

Thank You

Dearest Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

Thank you for your support, prayers and encouragement last month for my oral surgery.  The process was a success.  Continue praying for healing.  It’s a long process but God is good.  A special thanks to my angel Vicki Danz.
God loves you and so do I.

Your faithful servant,

Deacon Judy Bloomfield

Thanks

The Duvall home wants to thank everyone who has been sending the stamps and soup labels and back to school coupons, in this time of great need and hardships that we still have people willing to help.

I thank you and the DH thanks you.

Sincerely,
Felicia Ragland

Attention

Due to the limited office hours and personnel,  you are asked to submit anything you need as an insert, flyer, etc. print ready 2 weeks prior to the date needed.  Sending an electronic file (MS WORD FORMAT) is preferred).

As always, Newsletter articles  are due by the 15th of the month for the upcoming month’s newsletter.         

Thank you.

PPC office

Please Help Keep Our Facilities Nice!

Please do not put paper flyers or announcements on the walls! We have billboards for our various ministries and groups to use to post items. If you need somthing posted, please check with the appropriate ministry or group or the church office. Thanks for keeping our facilities nice!

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