Thursday, July 31, 2014

This Week at Old South Haven Presbyterian Church

Sunday, Aug. 3 10:00am Morning Worship/Holy Communion
Sermon: "Telling My Story:
Saying 'Yes' to The Spirit Within"
Lessons: Job 3: 1-16 Philippians 3: 1-16

Wednesday, Aug. 6 HIROSHIMA DAY
7:00pm The Walk in Remembrance
Bellport: from Cemetery to the Dock

Sunday, Aug. 10 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "Telling Our Stories:
Finding a Support Community"
Lessons: Matthew 26: 36-46
Colossians 3: 12-17

Sunday, Aug. 17 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "Telling the Biblical Story
It Speaks To Me"
Lessons: Hebrews 11: 1-3, 8-12, 32- 12:3
John 1: 1-18

Monday, Aug18 7:00pm Session meeting
at home of Nancy Best

Saturday, Aug. 23 9:00am Yard Clean-Up Day

Sunday, Aug. 24 10:00am Morning Worship
Sermon: "We've a Story To Tell:
Listening Before Speak"
Lessons: John 21: 15 – 25 Romans 12: 1-21

Should you want to listen to a sermon you may miss during this summer, recordings are available at .

Note: On July 21 Bobby Sterling had his bike stolen at the Post Morrow Marina. Many of his friends rallied to the cause and raised money to replace the bike, Newsday told the story on Thursday, Aug. 30. Bobby replied to the good gesture: "Everybody knows me and everybody cares about me. They're very kind. I appreciate them."

Note: Recent months have seen a flood of Central American unaccompanied children and mothers with children. This has been deemed a humanitarian crisis. As people of faith, we (the Presbyterian Church USA) are called to treat foreigners as God's people who are to be welcomed. Many of our churches along the border are doing just that by providing shelter, food and clothing. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, working with ecumenical partners, is working to provide financial support. If you care to contribute, mail a check to Presbyterian Church (USA) PO Box 643700, Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3700 or make a check out to Old South Haven and that amount will be forwarded. May these children and their families be treated with dignity and respect, and may their safety and protection be ensured.
Pastor Tom

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