School – Adult and Youth classes
started Sunday, September 15 at 9:30 a.m. in Lancaster Hall. The Adult
class is studying the Beatitudes, and will have different teachers throughout
the year. Please plan to come and join them. Coffee and tea are provided each
Sunday. The Youth class study is entitled “Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table” with Wendy Rainey and Susan
Vitale teaching. The first Sunday of each month the youth will have singing
with Annette Shuff.
World Communion Sunday/Peace and Global
Witness Offering –
Sun., October 6. “Peace is active,
not passive; peace is doing, not waiting.” Your gifts to the Peace and
Global Witness Offering will help more people experience the freedom and
dignity that Christ wants for everyone. 25% of this offering stays with our
congregation to support peacemaking and reconciliation in our own community.
25% goes to our mid-council, joining with other congregations in our area to
support peacemaking work in our region. 50% supports the work for peace and
reconciliation being done by Presbyterians around the globe.
Sub and Sundae Fellowship Luncheon – Sunday, October 6 at 12:15
p.m. Sub sandwiches and ice cream will be provided. The sign-up
sheet for side dishes, drinks, and toppings is in the narthex.
Session – Meets Sunday, October 13 at 12:15 p.m.
Outreach Committee – Meets Sunday, October 20 at
Reformation Sunday – Sunday, October 27. We hope you will come join
us for worship as we once again welcome InTONEnation, an active student-run
music group from Randolph-Macon College. InTONEnation is sponsored by the
Zeta-Epsilon Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, a music honors fraternity. We will also
welcome RMC student Noah Morgan to the pulpit.
Sunday Fellowship – Sunday, October
27. 4th Sunday Fellowship will be hosted by Presbyterian Women.
Daylight Saving Time Ends –
Sunday, November 3. Remember to turn
your clocks back one hour before going to bed Saturday night!
Communion and All Saint’s Sunday – Sunday, November 3. We will conclude our morning worship, weather
permitting, in the Memorial Garden with a Service for the Interment of Peter