Webster Presbyterian Church
...that all may come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, to serve Him, and to enjoy Him forever.
 


 

Announcements - June 16, 2019


  1.   WELCOME to Webster Presbyterian Church!  We are pleased that you are worshipping with us today.  Visitors are invited to stop by the Welcome Center in the Narthex after the service to learn more about our fellowship. 

  2.   FLOWERS are given by the Kirschbaum Family in honor of Evelyn Kromm.  We love you G-G !

  3.   WE THANK the greeters & ushers Mary Ann Case and Bob Kizer, and all the musicians for their participation in this morning’s worship service.

  4.   ADULT ED. CLASS following the 9:30 service in the Social Room:

        Today  -  No class..

        Next Sunday  -  First in a six-week series on the book of Acts led by Pastor Larry in Room 9/10.

  5.   SUMMER SUNDAY CHILDCARE  - 

         Children in PreK and older will be remaining for the whole worship service.  Worship Activity Bags containing Bible work sheets, coloring pages, crayons and storybooks are on hand at the upper Narthex entrance. 

         Child care for infants to 3-year olds is being provided.  Volunteers are needed each Sunday to care for these children.  Please see Gayl Galen if you can help for a week or two during the summer.

  6.   CAMERON COMMUNITY MINISTRIES collection of new or gently-used summer clothing for men, women and children is concluding.  Please place any final donations in the collection boxes located in the lower or upper Narthex by no later than tomorrow so that the final delivery can be made to Cameron on Tuesday.  Thank you for your donations..

  7.   THE NEXT PHILLIPS VILLAGE DINNER is this Friday, June 21st, from 5-6:30 in the Phillips Village Dining Room.  Volunteers are always needed for tasks of 1 to 3 hours, or you can make a dessert and leave it in the church kitchen with a label.  You will enjoy working with our WPC team and meeting our Phillips Village friends.  Call or email Steve Gaudioso (872-6635 or sgaudios@rochester.rr.com) if you can help with this effort.

  8.   SUMMER MISSION  -  We are continuing to collect voluntary donations for the food distribution van at Eastern Service Workers Association.  This van is very old and requires lots of maintenance, but is crucial to ESWA as it delivers emergency food to about 60 low income working families each week.  Please use the small brown envelope in the chair rack to make your donation to this very worthy project.  Our minimum goal is to collect $5,000 with a stretch goal of $10,000 or more.

  9.   DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS our Chancel Choir takes a well-deserved break.  This opens the opportunity for others to share their talents during the worship services.  If you are interested in participating as a singer or instrumentalist, as a soloist or as part of a group, please see organist Pat Korenkiewicz or email her at patkoren@yahoo.com.

10.  VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL registration forms are available in the upper Narthex and on the church website for children in PreK (those who are 4 years old by January 1, 2019) through 5th grade.  Bible lessons, games, music and crafts with the theme “ROAR” will help children discover how Life is Wild...God is Good!  The deadline for registration is July 10th.  Many adult and teen volunteers are needed to make this a special time for all.  Please see Gayl Galen in the CCE office to be part of the adventure!

11.   MIRACLE FIELD (CHALLENGER BASEBALL) – Games in June will be held  the next two Saturdays at 10:00 am.  Mark your calendars and join the fun.  Contact Randy Nelson (Rnelson8@rochester.rr.com) with questions.

12.   VOLUNTEER WITH WEBSTER’S HOPE MINISTRY for a Foodlink Mobile Pantry food distribution at Holy Trinity Church, Ridge Road, on June 28th .  Volunteers are asked to arrive at 3:00 with distribution taking place from   4 – 6 p.m.  Contact Laureen (palmers4@rochester.rr.com) if you are interested in participating.

13.   A MISSION VEGETABLE GARDEN, is being co-sponsored by the Men’s Fellowship and the Heritage Christian Services Day Program which meets at the church.  Assistance is needed with the garden’s upkeep and maintenance.  If you are interested in helping, please contact Chris Downs (955-3271).

  14. CHURCH SUMMER OFFICE HOURS have begun and will continue through Labor Day.  The office will be open most weekdays from 9 a.m. to Noon.  The pastors or secretaries will be available at other times, but on a flexible schedule.  Please call ahead to ensure someone is available to help you.

15.   FLOWERS – Do you have someone special to honor or a date to remember?  There are several Sundays in July and August which are open to fund flowers for display during the worship services.  Sign up on the Flower Chart in the upper Narthex if you could help us fill this need.

                                                                   Lectionary Passages

                                   Today                              Next Sunday

Old Testament         Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31  I Kings 19:1-15

Psalm                         Psalm 8                          Psalms 42 & 43

New Testament       Romans 5:1-5                Galatians 3:23-29

Gospel                        John 16:12-15                Luke 8:26-39

 

Memory Verse

“Happy are people who show mercy;

because they will receive mercy”

Matthew 5:7 (MSG)