Worship Service

Next Sunday Worship Service

June 25, 2017
10:00 a.m.

Baron Mullis, preaching 
“Living in Sin” 
Romans 6:16-11; Matthew 10:24-39

 

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News and Upcoming

SPECIAL NOTE: Don't forget!  We invite adults to come to Room 201 for an introductory reading and discussion of the lectionary text at 9:25 a.m. Worship will start at 10:00 a.m. through July 30. Coffee and Conversation continues before worship in the Welcome Center and social time after worship in the Welcome Center or patio as work begins on Fellowship Hall renovation this week. Welcome to summer Sundays!

Food Trucks CANCELLED TONIIGHT
Thursday's event rained out.  SORRY! Food trucks will return the fourth Thursday in August..

Nicholas House Play-Space Workday
Saturday, June 24, 10:45 a.m.
Families helping families is what this morning is all about. Bring gloves, spades and willing hands to clean up and refresh the play area at Nicholas House (830 Boulevard SE) which serves families and their kids who are in transition to long-term housing. After work, get together for lunch at Tin Lizzy's in Grant Park. Katye Watts is your contact. 

Like an Everflowing Stream:  Sermons of Call, Response, Vocation, and Love
Sunday, June 25, Noon

Pick up a cookie and some punch in Welcome Center after worship and help Baron celebrate the launch of his new book, a collection of his favorite sermons. He'll be signing pre-ordered copies and the book also will be for sale. All proceeds benefit outreach partners, including InTown Collaborative Ministries and the Covenant Network of Presbyterians.

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