Wednesday, August 6 HIROSHIMA DAY
On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb given the (named "Little Boy") on the City of Hiroshima, Japan. Three days later a second atomic bomb (named "Fat Man") was dropped on the City of Nagasaki. Those two bombs killed 120,000 people outright and close to a quarter of a million more over time. The dropping of those two bombs thrust our world into the nuclear age. On Wednesday, The South Country Peace Group, will mark this anniversary by holding for the 32nd year its annual World Peace Vigil, marked by a procession from the Woodland Cemetery, at 7:15pm to the Bellport Dock . There a brief program will take place including commemorative poetry and songs and remarks from Pastor Tom, Chair, and Paul Ames, Treasurer of SCPG.
Sunday, Aug. 10 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: 'Telling Our Stories:
Finding a Support Community"
Lessons: Matthew 26:36-46
Colossians 3: 12-17
Monday, Aug.11 7:30pm Property and Finance Committee
Sunday, Aug. 17 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "Telling The Biblical Story
It Speaks To Me"
Lessons: Hebrews 11: 1-3, 8-16, 32-12:3
John 1: 1-18
Monday, Aug 18 7:00pm Session meeting
at home of Nancy Best
Saturday, Aug. 23 9:00am Yard Clean-up