This Week At Old South Haven Presbyterian Church
Friday, Sept. 28 8:00pm “The Clean House”
Debbie Mayo is receiving accolades for her performance in this production at Staller Center, SUNY Stony Brook. Pastor Tom is attending with two of our members and providing transportation. Room for one more!
Saturday, Sept. 29 9-12am Church yard clean up
Sunday, Sept. 30 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: “The Best Story You’ve Never Heard”
Lessons: Esther 7: 1-6, 9-10; 9: 20-22
Mark 9: 38-50
Minute for Mission: Brian Mullahy
Our Jewish brothers and Sisters have just finished observing two very important religious holidays: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Our lectionary reading for this coming Sunday is from the Book of Esther and is celebrated as Purim (this year observed on March 7) The background is a wonderful story, probably one you never heard.
6:00pm Pot Luck Supper
Thursday, Oct. 4 6:00 – 10:00pm “Share The Harvest” Long Island Council of Churches
helping neighbors in need
Crest Hollow Country Club
8325 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury
$135 per person
Sunday, Oct. 7 10:00am World Communion Sunday
Receive the Peacemaking Offering
Theme: “A Season of Peace”
Using prayers, hymns, a communion liturgy prepared for the day.
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 11 and 12 Union Days at Union Theological Seminary,
Broadway at 120, NYC.
Pastor Tom attending
Friday, Oct. 12 5:00pm Union Theological Seminary
Conferring of the “Unitas” Awards.
Pastor Tom is one of this year’s three recipients. Ceremony followed immediately by a banquet. $75 for those attending the banquet. Linda Majowka, Shirley MacKay, and Nancy Best will be attending. If others wish to attend inform Pastor Tom so that an invitation can be sent from the Seminary.
Thursday, Oct. 18 2:00pm Presentation on the history of our area and Old South Haven Presbyterian Church by John Deitz and others to the History Club of Bellport High School at the Church.
Saturday, Oct. 20 9:00am Church Yard Sale
We are happy to announce that as a result of receiving a grant of $7,200 from The Knapp/Swezey Foundation and an additional anonymous gift of $2,000 from outside the congregation, we have been able to purchase a new baby grand piano. The delivery date will depend upon scheduling the removal of the present piano by the individual who will be the new owner.