Saturday, August 16, 2014

Announcements Through August 28, 2014

You are invited to join us for a quiet forty-five minutes of Taizé Service of Prayer, Readings and Meditation, this Tuesday, August 19th at 6:45 pm in church. This is perfect way to end a busy day.  All are welcome.
Interested in Church History? You are invited to a discussion group in Church History facilitated by Peter Schmidt. The group meets each Wednesday at 10 am in the Womble Library. Join us for videos, lively discussion, conversation and fellowship. No sign-up sheets, no cost, no committments, just show up, you'll be glad you did.

Women’s Bible Study

Begins this Wednesday, August 20th at 6:30 pm in the Parish Center.
This year we will travel thru the Psalms of Ascent, known specifically as psalms 120 ~ 134.

Once again we will explore the great festivals and key elements that help us better understand worship and a life of faith and fellowship.

Books are $15 and can be ordered ahead of time. Please contact Nancy in the office. (7 books are available now) You may also buy a book the first night of the study. Say it, work it, pray it. See You There!!!

Ενορία ζωή σας προσκαλεί να πάτε ελληνικά
Parish Life invites you to go Greek!
Join us on Thursday, August 28th at 6:30 pm
Fronimos Greek Café
3242 E. Speedway Blvd
(enter from the walgreen’s parking lot at the southeast corner of speedway and country club and follow the signs)
menu pricing ranges from $6 to $16 per entrée
please contact the church office if you need a ride!

Many thanks to all those who have generously donated to the small Central American children traveling with their mothers. The numbers of recent border crossers have declined considerably. Other ways to help these children as well as the unaccompanied minors will be featured in today’s bulletin and weeks to come.
  • Support mothers and fathers who are detained in immigration detention centers in Eloy and Florence, AZ. While separated from their children, women and men can benefit greatly from the support of community members who write and visit them while they await their immigration hearings before a judge. Spanish is helpful but not essential. Contact Marjorie King
at to learn more.