January 18, 2019

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Worship on Sunday at 10:00 a.m. 


Children are dismissed to Sunday School at 10:20 a.m.


Fellowship after the service in the Rogers Room.

 

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Pendleton, OR 97801


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This Week at First Presbyterian Church

Sun, Jan 20        10:00 am      Racial and Intercultural Justice Day Worship – Sanctuary
                            10:20 am      Sunday School – classroom
                            11:00 am      Fellowship– Rogers Room
                           DEADLINE      Circuit Rider submissions due – email to 

Alice: gahpbrn@charter.net

 

Mon, Jan 21                              Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Church Office closed


Tues, Jan 22         3:00 pm      Wired Word/Adult Ed – Prodigal Son Theater Room


Wed, Jan 23         5:30 pm      Bell Choir rehearses – Bell Room
                              7:00 pm      Chancel Choir rehearses – Sanctuary


Thurs, Jan 24            Noon      Sarah Circle PW Bible Study – Vert Room
                              2:00 pm      Home for Hope Meeting – Rogers Room
                              7:00 pm      Boy Scouts


Friday, Jan 25                           Outreach Food Pantry and Thrift Shop closed


Sun, Jan 27        10:00 am      Worship - Sanctuary

                            10:20 am      Sunday School – classroom
                            11:00 am      Fellowship– Rogers Room

                            11:20 am      Deacons meeting– Vert Room

 

Adult Ed - The Wired Word meets January 22nd, Tuesday at 3pm at Prodigal Son’s Theater Room to discuss items in the news from a faith lens.

 

Taizé meditative worship on Sunday afternoon, January 27th at 4pm. Musicians and choir will help us to experience

 

Volunteer Surveyors Needed for Point In Time (PIT) Count Homelessness is not always easy to see
in rural American communities.  Home 4 Hope knows homelessness takes on many different forms and affects all ages.  To truly and accurately know our homeless population, in Gilliam, Morrow, Umatilla and Wheeler counties, we are asking for volunteers who will actually walk/drive the streets, roads, parks, rivers of their communities to find those who are homeless and complete a survey with each one. Please consider helping us with Point In Time Count on the night of
Wed, Jan 30th, 2019. Sign up online @
tiny.cc/pitcountsurveyor.

 
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