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The WELCA Project for the Month of July is the Children's Weekend Backpack Program. Items needed include anything that can be opened and enjoyed by children such as soups, viennas, beanie weenies, chips, crackers, peanuts, cookies, cereal bars, raisins, apple sauce, fruit cups, pudding cups and juice drinks. Thank you for your participation!
Items to be donated can be left in the narthex donation box.
On Sunday, August 23, we will join together in worship and praise to celebrate Homecoming Sunday. God has blessed St. Philip's with 136 years of active ministry. Revered Clarence G. Walck will be our guest preacher. Friends and former members are invited to come and rejoice with us on this special occasion and remain for the traditional covered dish meal following worship in the Family Life Center.
Golden Agers, those members 75 years of age or older, will be honored for their faithfullnes and service.
Yellow mums, memorials and honarariums may be given to remember loved ones. Please use the envelops in the pew rack to designate your contribution so it can be acknowledged in our Homecoming bulletin. We look forward to having everyone come home!
Beginning in March, we will have a Bible Study. If you are interested in attending, please contact Jane Y Ringer or Debbie Shealy as soon as possible so they can plan.
We are looking for a volunteer to administer coordination of the use of the Family LIfe Center. If you are interested, please see Dean Lominick or Pastor Amick. In the interim, if you need to book or schedule an event for the Family Life Center, plaese call the church office or Dean Lominick. Thanks!
Children's church lesson plans are now available for use. Theere are 3 books of lesson plans that are in a labeled folder box in the ladies' choir room. There will also be a notebook in the box for leaders to write down their name, which activity they chose to do and what date it was used (so we don't use the same activities in consecutive months). Please take advantage of these materials!
The Educational Ministry Committee is continuing to offer the Nursery for those kids ages two and under during the Sunday School hour the 1st and 3rd Sundays to allow some of our new parents the opportunity to attend Sunday School each month.
If you would like to choose a Sunday to participate keeping the nursery during the Sunday School hour only, please contact Nancy Alford or Lorianne Riggin. Please take advantage of this service as we grow in our faith together.
The funds raised from the growing in God's Mission Appeal of the SC Synod will go towards Deepening Discipleship, Planting & Sustaining Mission Congregations, Equipping congregations to Engage in their Communities, Provide Discipleship Training for Rostered LEaders and Increasing Opportunities for the Lutheran Church in Tanzania.
This campaign will run for 3 years with St. Philip's goal of collecting $5000. Members are asked to contribute $11 a year for three years or a total of $33. You may place your money in the offering plate during worship marked God's Mission. Make checks payable to the church.
Click here to learn more! http://scsynod.com/index.php?page=GGM-Appeal