Come see what we`re up to on Sunday mornings! FLOWER CHART
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH – 116 N 3rd STREET
Saturday, Sept 05 – Men’s Group sponsored Pancake
Breakfast – 8:30am to 11:00am
Sunday, Sept 06 – Arts Festival continues
Sunday, September 13 – First day of Sunday School
October Newsletter Deadline
Sunday, September 20 – Deacons Meeting after worship
Monday, September 21 – Session Meeting, 6:00pm
Thursdays, Sept 10 & 24 – Yarn Ministry – 10:00am
Wednesdays, Sept 9, 16, 23, 30 – Choir – 7:00pm
Sunday school begins September
13 at 9:45am with a kick-off
breakfast. Everyone ages 2 thru 18
New this year will be a class for
6-12th graders with Ben Beswick,
Ed Weidger as leaders.
Come see what we’re up to on Sunday mornings!
Sunday, September 13th is taken. The remaining
Sundays in September are open. If you would like
to remember or honor someone with fresh flowers
in the sanctuary, please call the office 537-3721).
Thank you to everyone
who prayed for Toot, sent cards
during his illness, and paid your respects
upon his death.
We know how much he loved all of you and how he
enjoyed working around the church. He was so happy on the
Sundays he was able to come back.
Our family appreciated all you did for him and us. He
was a very special person and we sure do miss him!
Bonnie, Tom, Tim, Randy and Penny
We’d like to thank our church family for all the prayers,
cards, food and support you have given us through this time of
the tragic loss of our son, Ryan.
The Newbold Family
The family of Richard D. Rasor (Dick) would like to
thank the members of the First Presbyterian Church for
keeping us in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult
Special thank yous go out to Ginny Popson for helping
arrange the church service, retired pastor Mike Bongart for
officiating the service, and to Dolores Boggs and the kitchen
crew for providing a wonderful luncheon.
Deacons and Yarn Ministry,
Thank you for the beautiful afghan and gifts. Also for
the fellowship after church.
“FRIEND OF THE MONTH”. . .
Don’t forget to be
in touch with a card, visit or phone call for our
Friend of the Month-someone who has moved from
the area or can no longer attend on a regular basis
due to physical limitations. It lets them know they
are not forgotten.
The Friend for SEPTEMBER:
Phyllis Hagy, 3774 Mill Stream Drive,
Hilliard, OH 43026-9168
A note from Dr. Shaffer’s niece:
Dr. Shaffer keeps up with the church news from
weekly bulletins and the newsletters. The church
and all members are in her thoughts and prayers.
She sends “hello” to all, and misses all her friends.
The owner of the gold ring with a pink
birthstone has been located.
Still have Northface black jacket, size
small-hanging in the Ch Ed hall. You’ll need it
Faithful Decorating Coordinators (Paul & Joann
Barnes) for the “Hanging of the Greens” will be
unavailable this year to coordinate the effort.
A volunteer(s) is needed. Call Joann Barnes
(537-2682) and she’ll give you all the details of
what was done in the past. Dates will be Friday,
November 27; Saturday, November 28 (to be
completed before the First Sunday in Advent, November 29th).
The sympathy of the congregation is extended to
Tish Rasor and family on the transition of Dick
Rasor on July 9th. Services were held on July 14th in
the church sanctuary.
We have received the following donations in his
To the church memorial fund from: Rich & Nancy Lewis, Jerry &
Carolyn Walker, John Ramer, Harry & Mary Ann Chorpenning,
Steubenville, OH; M/M Russ Mobley, Carmel, IN; Judy & Carl
Moreland, Naples, FL; The Nafzger and High Families,
Columbus, OH; Bill & Diana Warner, Atglen, PA; Gary & Cathy
McIntyre, Dr. & Mrs. Francis Sunseri, McMurray, PA; Ken &
Nancy Peterson, Jacksonville, FL; William & Mary Rhinehart,
Steubenville, OH; Sally Hunt & Family, Waxhaw, NC; Joan
Copeland, Steubenville, OH; Edward & Sandra Russell,
Richmond, OH; Jackie Strovilas, Toronto, OH; Dr. Loren
Andrews, Sun City West, AZ, Chris & Eliza Meyer, Tampa, FL
We have received the following donations in memory
of Ryan Newbold:
To the church memorial fund from: Bob Bertram, Terry &
Maureen Cattrell, Mike & Dee Dee Anderson, Bob & Kitch Lewis,
Brad & Becky Beswick, Diane & Emily Spaulding, Safety
Harbor, FL; Ron & Ellen Hughes, Middletown, DE; Pamela
Macwood, Columbus, OH; Doug Hannan, Linda Antonucci/
Dorothy Bottegal & Family, Staff of Toronto Jr Sr High School
We have received the following additional memorials
in memory of Toot Wilson from:
Bill & Diana Warner, Atglen, PA; Chris & Eliza Meyer, Tampa,
FL; Jerry & Carolyn Walker
REPORT FROM THE SESSION MEETING OF 08/17/2015:
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH –
GIVING REPORT-the months of June/July 2015
Year to Date
BUDGETED Giving-needed as of June 2015 $12,340
ACTUAL Giving-received as of June 2015
BEHIND as of June 30th
$ - 3,161
Year to Date
BUDGETED Giving-needed as of July 2015 $12,340
ACTUAL Giving-received as of July 2015
BEHIND as of July 31st
NOISY COIN COLLECTION REPORT
January – June 2015
The children have collected a total of $653.35 for the first six
months of 2015 on Noisy Coin Sundays.
Checks have been sent to the His Hands Extended Toronto
Food Bank in the amount of $326.68 and to Heifer
International in the amount of $326.67.
Our thanks to the congregation for helping the children with
these mission projects.
Sponsored by the Men’s Group
SATURDAY–SEPTEMBER 5- 8:30AM TO 11AM
COME SUPPORT US – GREAT FOOD TOO!
Richard Lewis, Mission Committee Chairperson, thanked
Connie Crawford and the VBS crew for collecting $506 which
was dedicated to our partner church in Malawi.
Joann Barnes reported Sunday School will kick-off with a
breakfast on Sunday, Sept. 13th. A new class for 6th thru 12th
grades will be formed. It will be led by Ed Weidger and Ben
Connie Crawford reported Chi Rho dates will be on
Wednesdays starting October 7 thru November 18th.
Dolores Boggs, Worship and Music Chairperson, reported
World Communion Sunday will be October 4th. Communion will
be celebrated with Rev. Laurie Armstrong.
Tom Wilson, Properties Chairperson, reported the ceiling
work in the dining room is complete.
Dolores Boggs reported 18 volunteers participated in cleaning,
All the parking lots were sealed and striped the weekend of
Fine Art exhibits will again be sponsored in the church
assembly room during the Festival of the Arts. Connie
Crawford will coordinate the exhibits, musicians and secure
church volunteers to oversee the area during festival hours.
Paul and Joann Barnes, “Hanging of the Greens”
coordinators, will be out of town during the weekend of Nov
27-28. Volunteer(s) are needed to head this up. Call Joann
(537-2682) to volunteer.
VBS – 2015
DINING ROOM REMODEL
hands . . .
work ! !