July 24 - August 3
What a great week that was!
VBS 2014 is now in the books and it was a wonderful experience for all of the children . . . of all ages! The music, the crafts, the snacks, the games, the lessons all came together to provide God with an opportunity to touch the lives of all of us!
So thank you, thank you, thank you!
Now our attention turns to the golf outing! We have room for golfers! We have holes that need sponsoring! We have prizes that need collecting! And, for the first time this year, we have a "Hole-In-One" contest, thanks to our friends at Flemington Fur, with a prize of a $10,000 shopping trip! We also have a raffle, with tickets available at the Church Office or before/after worship, for a Kindle Fire and a Pandora bracelet! For more information on any of this, please contact Michelle or Neil Clover at 908-782-5114 or firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Also, if you are one of those people who enjoys the misery of your pastor, Deb and I have again pledged $1 per stroke to the Building Fund. You can co-sponsor us and gain ridicule rights for the next year, as my poor play will probably overcome Deb's great game once again!
And finally, if you have already made your "Summer Day Gift" of $185.90: Thank You! The response has been great this year and the result is that we haven't hit the traditional "Cash Flow Crunch!" And if you haven't made your gift yet, that's great, because August is lurking!
On The Calendar:
Saturday, July 26
8:00 pm Alcoholics Anonymous
Sunday, July 27
9:30 am Worship/SSSSchool/Communion
The sermon, based upon I Kings 3:5-12 and St. Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52, will be entitled
"Our Kaleidoscope Faith".
Monday, July 28
7:30 pm Skeins of Hope meeting
Wednesday, July 30
8:00 - 11:00 am Mid-week Prayers
Saturday, August 2
Golf Outing Registrations due
8:00 pm Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in church basement
Sunday, August 3
9:30 am Worship/SSSSchool
The sermon, based upon Isaiah 55:1-5 and St. Matthew 14:22-33, will be entitled "Food For The Hungry."
Quote of the Week
"It is impossible to live
without failing at something,
unless you live so cautiously
that you might as well not have lived at all
- in which case, you fail by default."
- J.K. Rowling