07-and-08.2015-NEWSL.. - First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown



07-and-08.2015-NEWSL.. - First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown
P.O. Box 127, Route 8 at Heckert Road, Bakerstown PA 15007  Phone: 724-443-1555  Website: www.fpcb.org
Connecting the people around us
to the God who loves us ...
through Reaching, Growing, and Serving!
Sunday Schedule
8:45 - 9:45 a.m. Praise Worship Service
10:00 - 10:50 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 - 12:00 p.m. Choral Worship Service
The Café is open from 9:45-10:45 a.m.
Senior Pastor - Dan Muttart
Assistant Pastor - Jeremy Collins
Parish Pastor - Gary Weston
Director of Christian Education - Sandy Floyd
Choral Director - Mia Tepper
Organist - Rich Anthony
Children’s Ministry Asst. - Danni Hackel
Youth Ministry Asst.- Lee Haney, Jr.
Business Manager - Mike Herron
Financial Assistant - Kelly Ganter
Program Assistant - Leslie Ward
Office Assistant - Linda Smith
Hospitality Coordinator- Brenda Clifford
Housekeeper - Lisa Wood
Custodian - Mike Risk
Pastor Emeritus - Richard A. Morledge
Deadline for Sept. Newsletter: Aug. 10
A Glimpse at the Calendar
July 12, Aug. 9, Flying Solo Lunch
July 13-17, Summer Blast Camp—Everest
July 19, Summer Blast Sunday—One
10 a.m. Worship Service
July 25, Youth Outcry Concert
Aug. 10-14, Middle School Mission Week
at Hosanna
Aug. 12-14, Hosanna / FPCB Work Days
Aug. 20, Pirates Game, Faith Night
Aug. 23, Sept. 27, Oct. 25, Papercrafting
Aug. 23, 6th Grade BBQ at home of the
Aug. 29, Chancel Choir Retreat
Aug. 30, BPCC Sunday, Apple Wish Tree
Sept. 13, Rally Day, Youth BBQ
Sept. 18, WOB Fall Gathering
See bulletins, call the church office, or visit
www.fpcb.org for details.
Dear Friends,
I feel led during these summer months to address a feeling that some of you
might have when you come back from that longed-for summer vacation. It is a
feeling expressed when you say something like, “You mean I waited all year for
that? Is that all there is?”
Many times we build up beyond reasonable expectation in our lives certain
events: vacation, graduation, the new job, the new boyfriend/girlfriend, the latest
purchase. I reflected on this as I was preparing a message based on one of the
things Jesus said in the Sermon on the Mount: “Do not store up for yourselves
treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and
steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do
not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal” (Matt. 6:19-20 NIV).
The treasures on earth satisfy for a time, but the reason why we come back from
a vacation and say, “Is that all there is?” and the reason that we find ourselves
thinking three weeks after the big purchase, “I’m still not happy,” is that these
things are but poor substitutes for what we as human beings truly crave: close
connection with our Creator, and the peace that comes from feeling His presence in us and from having daily communication with Him.
In a fallen world, there is always something around the bend that can take away
the temporary high we get from the “treasures on earth.” But as God inspired
the apostle Paul to say in his letter to the Romans: “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation,
will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our
Lord” (Rom. 8:38-39 NIV). His presence in your life, His peace, the ability to
commune with your Creator in prayer, and to feel His guiding and comforting
hand in your life, these are the “treasures in heaven” that He gives us hints of in
this life, and that we will experience fully when we see Him face to face.
And so, if you come back from vacation this summer a little less energized, a
little less satisfied than you thought, fear not and fret not. Instead, remember as
the writer of the Hebrews was inspired to say, “This world is not our permanent
home; we are looking forward to a home yet to come” (Heb. 13:14 NLT). True
satisfaction awaits all who place there hope in Him, no matter the dissatisfactions, disappointments or heartbreaks of the moment. Not just a summer hope,
but a lifetime hope, and an eternal certainty.
Blessings, Pastor Dan
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Adult Education (Sundays Mornings; Sundays Evenings)
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Something new . . .
Sunday Mornings at 10 a.m.
by David Platt; Jeremy Collins, facilitator
Sunday Evenings 7 – 8 p.m.
Do Christians in the contemporary church have the
courage to counter the culture?
David Platt believes that the truths of the gospel
should compel us to a contrite, compassionate, and
courageous personal response to social issues in the
culture. Using biblical foundations, practical illustrations, and personal exhortations, this study is a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow
Christ in countercultural ways.
Week 1, June 21—Culture, Jeremy Collins
Week 2, June 28—Wealth, Jeremy Collins
Week 3, July 5—Human Life, Amy Scheuring
Week 4, July 12—Sexuality, Jeremy Collins
July 19—No Class due to Summer Blast Sunday
Week 5, July 26—Paganism, Bob Klein
Week 6, August 2—Paganism, Bob Klein
Week 7, August 9—Race, Jeremy Collins
Week 8, August 16—Faith, Jeremy Collins
Sundays, August 23, 30, September 6
Co-ed Class—Parable Series
August 23—Parable of the Talents,
Al Wettach
August 30—Dower and the Seed, Bob Klein
September 6—Workers in the Vineyard,
Nelson Crooks
Kid Raisers—Your Legacy by James Dobson
Men’s Study—Men’s Fraternity
June 14 at Edward’s Ice Cream was a nice gathering—
despite the rain! Pastor Jeremy led a discussion on
Luke 9:23-25.
Join us:
July 19 (Wynn home, 11064 Babcock Blvd.,
Gibsonia), Kerrie & Joe Wynn have opened their
backyard for us to meet. Ice cream sundaes will
be provided. Just bring your lawn chair! Enjoy
time with Pastor Gary (Matthew 18:21-35).
August 9 (Narcisi Winery, 4578 Gibsonia Road,
Gibsonia). Gather at Narcisi Winery with your
lawn chairs. Small snacks will be provided.
Enjoy time with Pastor Dan (Romans 8:28-30).
Bring your lawn chair and Bible.
Enjoy lite refreshments and fellowship as we look at
some of your pastors’ favorite Bible verses!
Family & friends are encouraged to attend!
To help us plan, please RSVP the Wednesday
prior to the Sunday evening …
[email protected] or 724-443-1555.
Best 2
Weeks ran
from June
See details
on page 5.
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Church Family News / Faith Night
Church Family News
Please contact the church office with news to share!
Congratulations, 2015 High School Graduates!
Their plans for next fall:
Randall Allen Carter
Grove City College
Hannah Marie Clogan
Cosmetology License
Alexander Joseph Downing
American University
Jordan Thomas Martig
Gannon University
Kaylee Clara Perovich
Clarion University
Catriona Lee Reynolds
California University of PA
Nathan Thomas Williams
West Virginia University
Celia Mae Nunes, daughter of Meghan Swartz Nunes & Troy P.
Nunes, on June 6
FPCB’s Office Assistant Linda Smith became a grandmother for
the first time on June 5 with the birth of Colton Michael Holtz,
son of Loren Smith Holtz & Todd Holtz
Baptized on Father’s Day, June 21:
Talia Capri Sabatine, daughter of Christine Kratz Sabatine &
Vincent J. Sabatine, granddaughter of Charles & Diana Kratz,
great granddaughter of Harry & Marcella Bittle
Ava Violet Anzelone, daughter of Ashley Sasse Anzelone and
Daniel J. Anzelone, granddaughter of Judy & Drew Sundquist
Happy Anniversary:
Jack & Shirley Shields will celebrate their 70th anniversary on
July 5
Our Prayers Go Out to:
 Linda Honeywill in the death of her mother Lois M. Errington
on May 27
 Bill Ross in the death of his father Ernest J. Simmons on June 5
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An expression of thanks
In Our Mailbox
from the residents of St.
Barnabas Village: “To FPCB Volunteer Drivers,
also to the Lighthouse Foundation and volunteer
crew of drivers and the volunteers who drove their
personal vehicles to transport residents of St. Barnabas Village to the 11 a.m. services of FPCB.
Thanks to all of you. May God bless you for your
service! Sincerely, Ross & Martha Crist, Rosemarie Coleman, Pat & George Donges, Marie
Mitchell, Rheta Archer, Ruth Chambers, Dave
Hepler, Jo Henderson, Hazel Boliver, Bob &
Barbara Koebley.”
“Dear FPCB Family, We want to extend our
heartfelt thanks for the love and support of our
church family following the recent death of Bill's
father. In addition to the many cards, visits, prayers, etc., what a comfort it was to know that we
could call on FPCB without hesitation to provide
our family with a funeral luncheon when this service was not available through his father's
church. Thank you to all who helped with that
luncheon in any way. It was truly a blessing to be
welcomed with open arms after a very difficult and
emotional day, and the food was delicious,
too. Our entire family thanks you from the bottom
of our hearts. With Grateful Hearts, Lynn and Bill
Blessings to all this summer!
Youth Sunday & Senior Recognition on June 7
was a special day in the life of the church.
Through song, drama, prayer, Scripture, and
preaching, the youth led worship in both the
8:45 and 11:00 a.m. worship services.
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Discipleship & Fellowship / Vision Team / Choral News
Discipleship & Fellowship Opportunities. Here are some of
them! Watch bulletins for details.
TOPS. Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Colonial Room. Contact:
Lisa Wood. This fitness and health group for men and women
is still going strong! New folks are welcome!
Papercrafting. Usually meets the 4th Sunday of the month
from 1-4 p.m. Westminster Room. Future dates: August 23,
September 27, October 25. Contact: Lori Demas.
Flying Solo, a Ministry for Single Women. Usually
meets the 2nd Sunday of the month. Future dates: July 12
(Narcisi Winery), August 9. Contact: Linda Smith.
Water Color Classes meet Mondays, 1-3 p.m. & Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. in the Westminster Room with Shelby Hill.
Many thanks to the Chancel Choir, Joyful Noise, &
Angels in the Wings for their powerful choral ministry!
We’re already planning for Fall . . .
For Children: Angels in the Wings
A Choir for Grades 3-5
Rehearsals are Thursdays from 4:30-5:15 p.m.
For Youth: Joyful Noise
Angels in the Wings
A Choir for Grades 6-12
Rehearsals are Thursdays from 6-7 p.m.
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What's a "Vision Team", and where do YOU fit? If
you've heard the term “Vision Team”, it's not a new
secret society in our church. It is a small group
formed as an outgrowth of a meeting between our
elders and a representative from the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) a few months ago. In that
meeting, our ruling (active) elders and our college of
elders (those who have served previously), reviewed
the vitality of our church, to evaluate where we are as
disciples in our community, and where we want to
be. All agreed that God wanted us to continue moving forward and growing in Bakerstown. A Vision
Team was gathered and now meets regularly, with the
prayerful support of several dozen prayer partners. Our team consists of Dan Muttart & Jeremy
Collins, Bobbi Battista, Nelson Crooks, Rick Duncan,
Doug Kingan, Janine Kline & Amy Scheuring. Our
mission, as we listen to the Spirit of God, is to refocus or redefine the vision of our church. What do we
now wish to be in God's Kingdom in western Pennsylvania, and how do we best do that? How can we
best act as God's disciples and effectively accomplish
His mission? And now, where do you fit in? Prayer! Pray that God's word and His Holy Spirit
would infect and inspire the Vision Team, keep
our thoughts, words and ideas on track with His
path for us, and lead us to the future that God has
planned for FPCB.
For Adults: Chancel Choir
Rehearsals are Thursdays from 7:30-9 p.m.
A Note to invite YOU -current choir members
and anyone who has an interest
in singing in the choir -- to a
Choir Retreat
Saturday, August 29
8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at FPCB
It will be a glorious day of music,
fellowship & (of course!) food!
RSVP to Mia Tepper at [email protected]
Faith Night @ PNC Park—August 20th
A Great Opportunity for the entire
FPCB Church Family!
This is a fantastic evening to cheer on the Buccos
and after the game hear the gospel proclaimed.
We will have 50 tickets, and prices should be
between $20-$25. Email [email protected] if you are interested.
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Serving Day / Stewardship / SB2W
Serving Day
June 13 from 8:30 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
Reaching, Growing & Serving…
The third annual “Serving Day” was held on Saturday, June 13 from
8:30 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. with this year’s project being working around
the FPCB Campus. Due to the threat of rain, exterior painting was
deferred. This allowed all twenty-nine volunteers to spend the day
focused on the church grounds. Tasks accomplished included weeding all of the landscaped areas, trimming and pruning the bushes and
trees, removing some overgrown shrubbery, and spreading a whole
lot of mulch.
The Stewardship Team and Property Committee would like to thank
Elaine, Bob and Melinda Brown for donating a truck load of mulch;
Erich and Raylene Gumto for donating the flowers planted by the
children on Sunday morning; Dan Muttart for providing encouragement to the volunteers; and for the following volunteers who spent
much of Saturday Serving the Lord at His church in Bakerstown:
Amanda Becker; Brenda Clifford; Donna Dallatore; Beth Day; Jim
Durham; Paula and Rick Duncan; Dave Deiters; Mary Ehmann;
Karen Evans; Sandy and Ed Floyd; Danni, Bob, Mackenzie and Mia
Hackel; Mike Herron; Ed Jaicks; Brenda and Bob Joyce; Roy Millhouse; Mike Risk; Jen, Craig, Nora and Owen Russell; Kelly and
Bob Sanguigni; and Howard Utz.
Summer’s Best 2 Weeks Wrap-up!
(more pictures on page 2)
Summer’s Best 2 Weeks at the Que provided 9 days of great fun
and memories!
Serving as captains for 2015:
For the Galatians (girls): Judy Kahn
For the Romans (girls): Morgan Bittle
This year the Romans won the competition.
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Memories of my grandmother
patiently collecting dimes are
still vivid. I close my eyes, and can see her at the
kitchen table counting them. As a child, I was fascinated at the flat paper strips that transformed into
little tubes as she filled them. Those carefully
wrapped rolls of dimes were tucked safely into the
top desk drawer. She continued to gather them patiently throughout the year until December came,
when they became her means to purchase Christmas gifts. This memory has been a very genuine
lesson in how diligence in small things can add up
to something of greater impact.
What does this have to do with stewardship? Think
for a moment if as an entire church this principle
was applied. Consider what might happen if families put aside their spare change, as an additional
offering to God, over a period of time. Those coins
collected could add up and become a significant
contribution to the ministries of the church. In September, the Stewardship Committee will launch a
giving campaign named “Just Change.” Everyone
will be invited to participate. “Change” is the important word here, selected intentionally due to its
double meaning. First, the word references the
coins, or spare “change” that will be collected. Second, and more importantly, the word signifies the
“change” that can occur in our hearts as we follow
God’s direction to give back to the needs of others.
Members of the committee are hopeful that the
simple discipline of placing coins aside for God
will be a reminder of how blessed we are to be
called His children and “change” our heart’s desire
to become ever more joyful in our giving. In 2 Corinthians 8: 1-15, Paul writes of the importance of
giving generously.
“But just as you excel in everything – in faith, in
speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness and
in your love for us – see you excel in this grace of
giving.” 2 Corinthians 8:7
Serving as Counselors: Teresa Dallatore and Kaelin Clogan
Kayak Trip: winner,
Shelby Wood
Hiking Trip: runner up,
Cody Wood
Overall Camp I’m Third
Award: runner up,
Morgan Bittle
Fellowship of Christian
Athlete Award: runner
up, Judy Kahn
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Debra Schleiden
Children’s Ministry
Children’s Ministry
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Summer Blast 2015—Theme: “EVEREST”
Children planted flowers around the
Administration Building on June 14 …
July 13-17 from 9 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
Summer Blast Sunday, July 19 at 10 a.m.
Age 4 – Pre- K: Preschool climbers
K – Grade 5: Elementary climbers (completed K –
completed Grade 5)
Parents, grandparents, & friends
are invited to join us each day at
12:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary for
Summit Celebration!
Please pray for the children,
parents and volunteers participating in Summer Blast.
Pray that God will help kids believe and grow in their
… and experienced the satisfaction of a
job well done.
Below are the points kids will learn each day at camp.
God has the power to provide.
God to the power to comfort.
Wednesday: God has the power to heal.
God has the power to forgive
God has the power to love us forever.
Contact: Sandy Floyd, 724-443-1555 or [email protected]
Do you have a heart for children
to learn & grow in knowing Jesus?
Prayerfully consider how you might be a part of this
exciting ministry to children. Scheduling for the next
year (September 2015—August 2016) begins soon.
Reminder: Summer Schedule: In July and August, we will
combine these classes: K-Grade 2; and Grades 3-5.
Fall TEAM. Sunday, August 12, 12:30 p.m. Colonial Room.
A time for teachers to be encouraged, appreciated and motivated.
All teachers should plan to attend as we prepare for a new year!
Needed are:
teachers of Sunday School from 9 - 10:50 a.m. or
11 a.m. – noon (four times/quarter)
childcare givers in the stork & toddler area
from 8:30 – 10 a.m. or 10 a.m. – noon (one
childcare givers for 2 & 3’s and 4/pre-k’s during
worship (one Sunday/month)
resource room team (organize supplies and
materials for teachers and families to use)
Youth are invited to help with childcare and in the
classroom if they have finished 6th grade. Contact:
Sandy Floyd, [email protected] or 724-443-1555.
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
Mission / BPCC / Women’s Choice Network
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Mission Updates
Hosanna Industries
Hosanna Industries has completed
50 projects for needy households this
year to date, with a current project
waiting list of 92 and over 100 in the
application process!
Let’s pitch in and help to
complete even more projects!
August 12-14
Hosanna / FPCB
The job location will be determined as we
get closer to that date due to weather and
client circumstances. Please sign up trusting
that you will be doing productive work to
show Christ's love to our needy neighbors!
All ages and skill levels welcome! Hosanna
will provide the tools. Middle-schoolers will
also have the opportunity to stay on
Hosanna's campus with Jeremy that week.
Contact Amanda Becker at 412-559-7062 or
[email protected] to sign up.
Where the Choice is Life!
Thank you
First Presbyterian
Your Baby Bottle Campaign
for the
Women’s Choice Network!
BPCC had a wonderful two weeks of preschool camp with lots of
little campers learning about traveling our world, the wild wild
west, and having fun with learning about art. We played outside, made
hats, art projects, sang songs, and are grateful to the Lord for beautiful
weather for fun outside play. Also, thank you to our camp staff this
year: Mrs. Brenda Joyce, Mrs. Beth Joyce, Mrs. Bev Stone, Mrs. Leah
Prasse, Mrs. Jane Mobley. Without these very gifted teachers, we wouldn’t be able to host an amazing preschool camp!! Thank you, ladies, for your
serving hearts!
Upcoming Dates:
Saturday, August 8~Richland Community Day~ Come and visit BPCC in the Barn!
Sunday, August 30~Preschool Sunday~ meet our 2015-16 preschool staff! The
Apple Tree will be ready for blossoming!
Phone: 724-443-5330
[email protected]
Preschool Director Emily Willard
Emily Willard, Director
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
First Presbyterian Church
of Bakerstown
P.O. Box 127
Route 8 at Heckert Road
Bakerstown, PA 15007
Phone: 724-443-1555
Internet: www.fpcb.org
Sunday Schedule:
8:45 — 9:45 a.m.
Praise Worship Service
10:00 — 10:50 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 — 12:00 p.m. Choral Worship Service
The Café is open from 9:45-10:45 a.m.
The storm shall pass. Meanwhile, dance in the rain!
Upcoming Events . . .
NYC Missions Trip Meeting: July 7th, 7 p.m. in the Café. Parents
and students must attend this informational meeting as we prepare
for our trip July 26th-August 1st.
Movie Night: July 21st at 7 p.m. at Jeremy’s house
NYC Missions Trip: July 26th - August 1st
Our High School students will be spending the week in New York City
serving the community in soup kitchens, shelters and churches.
Hosanna Missions Trip: August 10th - 14th
Our Middle School students will be working alongside the Hosanna
mission workers during this entire week.
Randy Carter’s Sermon on Youth Sunday, June 7,
was “Do Not Be Anxious” based on Matthew 6:25-34.
Reaching . . . Growing . . . Serving
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Get to Know our New Members, who joined on May 31
May 31, 2015
Betty Jean Beacha
701 Laurel Oak Drive
Valencia, PA 16059
Betty lives in Butler County at St. Barnabas Woodlands Community. Betty started attending FPCB because it is closer to home and she can attend more. She attends the 11:00 a.m.
Service and is transferring from Smithfield United Church of Christ, Pittsburgh where she
used to greet.
Christopher (Chris) and Michele (Shelley) Brough
1252 Woodhill Drive
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Chris’ e-mail: [email protected]
Shelley’s e-mail: [email protected]
Chris and Shelley and their daughters Emily, grade 6, and Elizabeth, grade 2, live in
Allegheny County, Orchard Park. The girls attend Pine-Richland School District and are good friends with the
Hackel girls. Chris is a teacher of 4th grade at Deer Lakes School District. Shelley is a substitute preschool
teacher at the Deer Lakes Nursery School. Shelley first came to FPCB by accepting an invitation from Mary
Beth Pratt to attend First Things First Bible Study and the Live Nativity. The first Worship Service they attended Chris and Shelley were pleasantly surprised at the frequent reference of the Holy Spirit and felt right at
home. They usually attend the 11:00 a.m. Service but sometimes visit the 8:45 a.m. Service too. In their previous church Chris was head usher and a VBS Helper. He would like to be able serve here at FPCB wherever he
can. Shelly at their previous church helped with the Nursery (ages 3-5), Sunday School Teacher (ages 6-11)
and VBS Teacher. She is interested in the Children’s Ministry Program and maybe Bell Choir. They will be
joining FPCB by Reaffirmation of Faith.
Richard (Dick) & Rebecca (Becky) Bruce
1903 Ambassador Lane
Valencia, PA 16059
Dick’s e-mail: [email protected]
Becky’s e-mail: [email protected]
Dick and Becky reside at Adams Crossing, Butler County. Dick is a retired Geologist and Becky is retired
too. Both Dick and Becky served as a Deacon at Elfinwild U.P. Church. They have 2 children, eight grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren. They attend the 11:00 a.m. Service . They will be transferring from Allegheny
Center Alliance Church, Pittsburgh. Some responsibilities they had in other churches they attended were parking ministry, lead usher, choir, and Worship Team.
Get to Know our New Members, who joined on May 31
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Kenneth (Ken) & Megan McCrory
2022 Blackberry Lane
Valencia, PA 16059
Ken’s e-mail: [email protected]
Megan’s e-mail: [email protected]
Ken and Megan and their 2 daughters (Sarah, 6th grade and Abby, K) reside in Butler County and live in the
Blackberry Estates, Mars School District. Ken works at the VA as a Purchase Card Manager and Megan is a
stay at home mom. They usually attend the 11:00 a.m. Service, but sometimes like to visit the 8:45 a.m. Service. They had many reason why they first came to FPCB: BPCC (Abby was enrolled), the Route 8 Sign, and
Summer Blast Camp. Sarah is attending Junior High activities and events with Jeremy. Ken and Megan will
be transferring from Christ Our King Church, Bel Air, MD. Ken ushered in his previous church and would
like to continue to usher here at FPCB. Megan was active with Children’s Time, Sunday School Teacher, and
Nursery Worker.
Robert and Barbara (Barb) Koebley
5850 Meridian Road, Apt. 211C
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Robert and Barb reside in Allegheny County at St. Barnabas Retirement Village.
They attend the 11:00 a.m. Service and ride the St. Barnabas Transportation Bus to
church on Sunday mornings. They will transfer from First United Methodist Church, Warren, PA. They
started to attend FPCB because they were invited to Worship by their friends at The Village.
Connie Muttart
203 Corey Drive
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Connie is married to our Senior Pastor, Dan. They reside in Allegheny County and live on
Corey Drive in Gibsonia. She grew up in Moon Township. She has two daughters,
Danielle and Katie. She loves her job at St. Barnabas. She will be joining by Reaffirmation
of Faith and attends both services.
Abbey M. Taylor
400 Glade Mill Road
Valencia, PA 16059
[email protected]
Abbey lives in Butler County and in the Mars School District. She is employed by
Custom Marble and Granite. She is engaged to Jon Brown and they will be married here at the church on January 9, 2016. She attends the 8:45 a.m. Service and will be joining by Reaffirmation of Faith. She is interested
in water color classes and the women’s group.

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