Wednesday, June 5, 2013

[news] This Week At Old South Haven Presbyterian Church

     This Week At Old South Haven Presbyterian Church

Sunday, June 9         10:00 am           Morning Worship
                                                  Sermon: “Still More to Be Said,
                                                     and More To Be Understood

                                      Text: I Have yet many things to say to you,
                                      but you cannot bear them now” John 16:12
                                     Lessons: Proverbs 8:22-31   John 16: 12-15

Sunday, June 16          10:00am         Morning Worship
                                           Sermon:      “Water As A Human Right”

      The June issue of Presbyterians Today has as its focus the matter of rethinking our relationship with water. It features stories of several congregations where caring for their communities means caring for the water supply. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance has helped to bring water back to places like Kenya and Malawi as well as addressing problems right here in the US.  See Presbyterians Today at

Monday, June 17        7:00pm   Session and Deacons Meeting

Thank you to Kappy, Debbie and Diane for providing refreshments for last Sunday’s afternoon meeting discussing “Welcoming the Transgender Individual.” There was a good turn out and attendees felt it was a good informational meeting

Soon we hope to announce one or more music programs featuring professional vocalists and instrumentalists that Old South Haven will offer in our sanctuary for ourselves and the larger community.

Since recently several new people have been welcomed to the “News” mailing list, your “Reporter” reminds all that the Old South Haven Presbyterian Church has a web page at .  On this site we maintain several sections, including;   an extensive audio file of Pastor Tom Philipp’s sermons (see “Audio Library”), a “News Blog” containing copies of this email and occasionally other items, a “Photo Gallery” of recent events and people, the church “Calendar” (maintained by Jason Neal), copies of our “Newsletters” (editor Linda Scott), and other features.

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