July 14, 2019

Serving:                   Today                             July 21, 2019

Greeters David & Edith Radbourne Jim and Lori Hastings
Coffee Serena Emarald
Rick Penner
David & Edith Radbourne
Counters Louise McAree
Allie Dale Johnson
Lori Hastings
Gary Weerts
Power Point Patricia Fowler Sebastian Temple


Ha Won Kim

Erin Weerts

Rebecca Zhang

Betty Siverns

Reading Don Baycroft Debbie Margueratt
Singing Betty Siverns Ella Marie Weerts
Duty Elder Bev Feick

Sunday School:

Children Aged 3 – 12 are invited to join our KidBlast program held downstairs after the “Children’s Time”. Our Nursery is located in the downstairs Hall.

Congregation News:

NEXT BIBLE STUDY is Tuesday September 10 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM in the church. If you haven’t already joined this study group, we invite you to do so.

STARTING IN JUNE, THE YOUTH GROUP AND BIBLE STUDY will have a summer break and there will be no meetings but will resume back in the fall.  Enjoy your summer!

Anna Weerts, Ella Steiro, Sung Won Kim,  Ivy Weerts, John Nordine,  Leroy Nigh, The Szamoskozis

REV. DENNIS HOWARD SUMMER VACATION for the following Sundays: July 7, 14 & 21.  Rev. Bill Gammer. If there are any pastoral emergencies while Rev. Dennis is away please contact your elder.

THE CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR Rev. Clara Choi will be on vacation from July 2 to August 3.

PCC MISSION MOMENTS – A ministry of presence
When 35cm of rain fell over 5 days in Malawi in March, the presence of PCC mission staff was invaluable. Vivian and Blair Bertrand gave us first-hand accounts of the devastation experienced by over 900,000 Malawians. They recounted the harsh realities, faced especially by subsistence farmers who lost their entire crops. They grieved together with their friends and colleagues when roofs collapsed, walls caved in, latrines were washed away, and family members died. Amid the darkness, Vivian, working with Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD), has been busy writing proposals for CARD’s relief efforts. Proposals include providing emergency items such as food, plastic sheets, cooking pots, water buckets and chlorine to treat water and agricultural support to help people reclaim their livelihoods after the loss of crops and livestock. Presbyterians Sharing supports the Bertrands whose presence opens a window into this widespread tragedy.