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mark your calendars - Fairview Presbyterian Church
Church Happenings July 27 – August 3
Today
Tues.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
8:45 am
10:00 am
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
10:00 am
1:30 pm
10:00 am
10:00 am
10:00 am
8:45 am
10:00 am
Adult Bible Study
Worship
College Age Bible Study
Tai Chi
Food Pantry Set-Up
Neuro-Restorative
Food Pantry
Clothes Closet
Tai Chi
Adult Bible Study
Worship
Adult Lounge
Sanctuary
Hall
Nursery
Hall
Hall
Hall
Basement
Nursery
Adult Lounge
Sanctuary
Sunday, July 27, 2014
“Love Grows Here”
AA Meetings – Mabel Cole Hall
Monday – Saturday
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Saturday
Saturday
AA
AA
NA
AA
AA
AA
AA
12 pm
6:30 pm
8 pm
8 pm
8 pm
9 am
8 pm
Open Mike Night
The M & N Committee is planning an Open Night Mike on Friday,
August 15. They are inviting other area churches to participate. If you
or a group would like to take part, please call the church office!!!
Annual Rummage Sale Fundraiser
Our Rummage Sale is scheduled for September 12 & 13. This is a
VERY IMPORTANT fundraiser for our church!!! We are now taking
donations!! Items must be in good condition. We do not accept
appliances or electronics. Your donations can be brought in after church
and left in the Senior High Room downstairs, or call Amy at the
office during the week to set up a time. Before bringing in large items,
please check with Amy first!
Fairview Presbyterian Church
4264 Avonia Road P.O. Box 340
Fairview, PA 16415
814-474-3914
[email protected]
www.fairviewpresbyterianchurch.com
July 27, 2014
PRELUDE
JOYS AND CONCERNS
PARISH PRAYER
CALL TO WORSHIP
LEADER: Like the Light that scatters the darkness
PEOPLE: Is our God
LEADER: We are here to seek the light
PEOPLE: Like the vine that supplies all that is needed for
good fruit
LEADER: If the branch abides in it
PEOPLE: We are here to abide in the Lord.
LEADER: That we might know
PEOPLE: And be
LEADER: The Kingdom of God
PEOPLE: Amen
WORSHIP THROUGH SONG
PRAYER OF CONFESSION
LEADER: His argument was that alcoholics are loved by
God too
PEOPLE: And so we should love him in spite of his
brokenness
LEADER: We all agree don’t we?
PEOPLE: We do.
LEADER: But though he thought God’s love should be for
him
PEOPLE: No matter what
LEADER: He had trouble with the idea that God loved
other… undesirables
PEOPLE: Like Gay people
LEADER: And immigrants
PEOPLE: And don’t forget Muslims
LEADER: And then there is his loathing of the idle rich,
PEOPLE: And of course there is…
LEADER: So, are we like him?
RESPONSE HYMN #379 “Take My Life and Let It Be”
OFFERING and OFFERTORY
GREETING TIME
CHILDREN’S TIME
PRAYER FOR FAITHFUL HEARING
SPECIAL MUSIC Shawn McNally singing
“Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson
SCRIPTURE LESSON Matthew 7:1-14
SERMON Sermon on the Mount #6 “The Golden Rule”
CLOSING HYMN #447 “Freely, Freely”
POSTLUDE
Thank You to Our Volunteers
Greeters – Fred Ralph
Coffee Cart – Wendy Case
Sound System – Eric Scandale & Rick Bryant
Nursery – The Hutchinson Family
Nursery Help Needed
Help is needed in the Nursery during the worship service. NO ONE is
signed up!!!!!! There is a chart on the bulletin board outside the
Sanctuary. Please sign up by the date you can help. THANK YOU!!
Homemade Laundry Soap
Bob O’Connell has been making homemade laundry soap for our Food
Pantry clients. He has been collecting milk jugs. However, some of
them have been leaking, so he now needs used laundry soap
containers, which are more durable. Please bring in your
containers!!!!!! Thank you!!!
Capital Campaign Update-
Capital Campaign Update-
In the fall of 2012, a three year capital campaign to reduce the debt on
the Fellowship Hall was initiated. The total amount pledged was
$135,723, to be collected beginning in January 2013.
In the fall of 2012, a three year capital campaign to reduce the debt on
the Fellowship Hall was initiated. The total amount pledged was
$135,723, to be collected beginning in January 2013.
Amount Pledged
Amount Collected in 2013
Amount Collected thru June 2014
Remainder to be Collected through 12/2015
Amount Pledged
Amount Collected in 2013
Amount Collected thru June 2014
Remainder to be Collected through 12/2015
$135,723
$ 56,832
$ 22,316
$ 56,575
$135,723
$ 56,832
$ 22,316
$ 56,575
If you are a new member of Fairview Presbyterian or have not pledged
to this Capital Campaign, we would welcome your participation.
Please see Amy in the church office for a pledge card. Green envelopes
are in the pews to collect your contributions to the capital campaign.
If you are a new member of Fairview Presbyterian or have not pledged
to this Capital Campaign, we would welcome your participation.
Please see Amy in the church office for a pledge card. Green envelopes
are in the pews to collect your contributions to the capital campaign.
If you have any questions regarding the Capital Campaign, please see
Gina Case or Jacqui Fonticella. Thank you!
If you have any questions regarding the Capital Campaign, please see
Gina Case or Jacqui Fonticella. Thank you!
Columbus Apartment Collection
Residents are in serious need of toiletries, such as toothpaste,
shampoo, deodorant, etc., that food stamps cannot buy. Most do not
have any other income. Your help would be very much appreciated!
There is a collection box in the hallway across from the Library under
the mailboxes.
Caregiving Chronicle
Columbus Apartment Collection
Residents are in serious need of toiletries, such as toothpaste,
shampoo, deodorant, etc., that food stamps cannot buy. Most do not
have any other income. Your help would be very much appreciated!
There is a collection box in the hallway across from the Library under
the mailboxes.
Caregiving Chronicle
David Durst, a member here at our church, is a writer for the
Caregiving Chronicle, powered by Presbyterian Homes. It is a
journalistic website designed to help support those experiencing the ins
and outs of senior care today. It’s a forum for sharing personal stories
online, in hopes of helping others with similar situations. You may also
use Facebook to like the Caregiving Chronicle page. If you would like
to share YOUR story, please contact David at 814-572-2902. Your
privacy is respected and only first names are used in the articles.
Below is a link to the site.
David Durst, a member here at our church, is a writer for the
Caregiving Chronicle, powered by Presbyterian Homes. It is a
journalistic website designed to help support those experiencing the ins
and outs of senior care today. It’s a forum for sharing personal stories
online, in hopes of helping others with similar situations. You may also
use Facebook to like the Caregiving Chronicle page. If you would like
to share YOUR story, please contact David at 814-572-2902. Your
privacy is respected and only first names are used in the articles.
Below is a link to the site.
http://www.presbyhomes.com/share-story-inspire-educate-support/
http://www.presbyhomes.com/share-story-inspire-educate-support/

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