Note: This week has been a busy week in the life of Old South Haven:
1. The Capital Fund Campaign Committee got out their letter to church members and friends. You
should have received your letter by now. Thank you Committee for your work.
2. Articles for the Newsletter were received, edited by Lyn Scott, printed by John Deitz and should
be in your hands shortly. Online version is available at http://oldsouthhavenchurch.org/Newsletters/Newsletters.htm
3, Posters for the "Making Beautiful Music Together" event were distributed and should be seen at
various spots around: the two libraries, eating places, etc. and some fliers mailed to music
lovers. For downloadable flyer, click http://oldsouthhavenchurch.org/Events/15-09-12_DAmato_Lazich_Flyer2.pdf
4. Work has been done in gathering information for the printed program for this music event.
5, Your Pastor plans to have his sermon for this week done before Sunday
6. This is the legitimate excuse for this late edition of the weekly e mail!!
This Sunday 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "Grace to Live and Act'
Lessons: Job 28: 1-28 I Corinthians 1: 18-31
Tuesday, September 1 1:00pm Lunch Bunch Group
at home of Irene Stahman
Thursday, September 3 7:30am Mid Suffolk Presbyterian Clergy Breakfast
Royal Oak Diner
Sunday, September 6 10:00am Morning Worship / Holy Communion
Sermon: "Ready Or Not"
Lessons: Joshua 24: 14-18 John 6: 60-69
Saturday, September 12 3:00pm "Making Beautiful Music Together:
An Afternoon of Romance in Opera and Song"
Maria D'Amato, Soprano Dimitrie Lazich, Baritone
Sunday, September 13 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "In For The Long Haul"
Lessons: Philemon Luke 14: 24-33
5:30pm Church Supper
Speaker; Rev. Tom Goodhue
Long Island Council of Churches
Thursday, September 17 10:00am Long Island Council of Churches Planning Retreat
Prayer List: The Rev. Jeannie Baum has had back surgery and is now in rehab in Riverhead. Bob
informs us she hopes to be home in another week.