Wednesday, August 4, 2010

This Week At Old South Haven Church


Friday, August 6          7:00pm        World Peace Vigil: Hiroshima Day
                     "A community dedication to peace on the 65th anniversaryof the
                       nuclear destruction of Hiroshima." Procession begins at Woodland
                       Cemetery and goes to Bellport Bay. Walkers may wish to wear white,
                       the traditional color of Japanese mourning.
Sunday, August 8     10:00am           Morning Worship
                                                             Sermon: "A Step in the Right Direction"
                                                             Lessons: Psalm 119: 89-112   Luke 5: 17-26 
                                                             Greeter:         K. Barry
                                                             Lay Leader:  J. Barry
                                                             Coffee Hour:
  P. Light

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Looking Ahead
             Monday, August 16 - Friday, August 20     Vacation Bible School
                                                                            Bellport Methodist Church
             Monday, August 16       7:00pm     Session Meeting at Linda Majowka's
             Sunday, August 29        7:30pm   Discussion of novel "Forgiving Ararat" Gallery
             Monday, August 30        7:30pm     Middle East Study Group. Patchogue
Prayer List
              Peggy Angus       Peconic Bay Medical Center, Riverhead
     On Monday, August 2, Richard Thomas, John Deitz, and Pastor Tom met with staff of Councilwoman Connie Kepert's Office, seeking to move forward on release of Caithness monies for projects OSHPC submitted.  Areas of concern appearing in the contract earlier submitted to us were addressed, adjustments made, and we trust a contract which we can sign will be in our hands shortly. We anticipate that work can begin shortly thereafter. 
      Helen Altomare reports that arrangments have been made to repair "the fish" (our weathervane) with the work to begin in three weeks.

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