A Note from Pastor Joyce Smothers:
Dear Friends in Christ,
Jonah is one of the shortest, and most exciting, books of the Bible.
Join us for Bible Study during the middle week (July 13-17) of July. You’re welcome at any (or all) of our meetings.
Jonah is a stubborn, reluctant missionary. When God gives him a job to do, he buys a one-way ticket for the other side of the world. Jonah is a narrow little man, but he becomes one of the most powerful and effective prophets of the Old Testament.
All class meetings will be held in my air-conditioned office from 6 to 8:15 p.m. Free study booklets are now available; see me for a regular or large-print copy.
Bible study will be held during Vacation Bible School classes. If you’d like to sign up your child for this year’s “Discovery Canyon” series that same week, you can pick up a registration form on Sunday morning or call Debbie Snyder at (610) 261-1584.
Don’t forget you can speak with me in my office, or on the church office phone, (610) 264-9693, on Tuesdays through Fridays. I’ll be on vacation from August 7 through 17, but for the rest of the summer, I am available for meetings without an appointment. If you work locally during the day, I can arrange to meet you during your lunch or dinner hour, here or at your workplace.
Have a wonderful summer!
Presbyterian Women Washcloth Sale
The Presbyterian Women will be selling washcloths during the month of July. The cost of the washcloths is $1.50 each and they come in blue, green, yellow, and red. Please see Lila Bowman she will have the washcloths in church on Sunday Mornings. Thank you.
Vacation Bible School
Discovery Canyon VBS program will be held the week of July 13th - 17th from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. (Preschool through 6th grade) We're looking for volunteers, please see Deb Snyder. See the bulletin board for sign-up info.
Summer Worship Schedule
June 21 until September 13
Worship time 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
A Friendly Reminder
Please remember to make sure all doors are locked and all lights are turned out when leaving the Church. Thanks!
From the Treasurer
Our year to date Actual Income compared to our budget for January thru May 2009.
Actual total Income: $45,473.72
Susan Kovalchick, Calleen Sedora; (2) Kathleen Nevins, Haley Lyle; (3) Matthew Faisetty, Jimmy Bode; (5) David Hause, Jr., Sarah Kovalchick; (6) Norma O’Connor, Amber Schray, Kylie McFetridge; (7) Autumn Schray, Tyler Linton; (8) Donald DeWalt; (9) Denise Worman; (10) Maria Schedler; (11) William Fenstermaker, Melissa Moran, Jeffrey Shuey; (13) Katrina Wasson; Evelyn Hodes, Olivia George; (16) Taylor Apgar, Taylor Stauffer; (17) Carol Clancy; Kimberly Wall, Dan McNeill, Jeff Wimmer; (20) Anthony Scheirer; (22) Donna Fink, Rita Scheirer, Stephen Sasdi; (23) Ora (Dolly) Kramlich; (24) Mary Lorah; (25) Stacy Mohr; (27) John Bowman, Jeremy Ruch :29) Marijane Lynn, Amy Steigerwalt; (30) Sean McFetridge; (31) David Micio, Nick Micio, Steven Snyder, Tracy Stauffer.
(1) Sane Fillman, (2) Michele Walters, Jay Gilbert; (4) Brock Fenstermaker, Richard Graumenz; (7) Vanessa Schlosser, Stephanie Bennett; (8) Eric Bode, Tyler Keeler; (9) Jeanne McNeill; (11) Denise Graumenz; (12) Shelly Kovalchick, John Wheeler; (13) Janet Bloszinsky, Ashley Valkert; (14) William Marks, Sr.; (15) Lindsay Wasson, Richard Bowman, Sr.; (18) Tyler Graumenz, Joseph Murphy, Barbara Quigg, Titus Ruch; (20) Chris Mondschein; (23) Raymond Bottazzi, Linda Schlosser; (26) Melissa Scheirer; (30) Eric Hien; (31) Jared Shuey Madeline Scheffer
Greeters and Ushers
We are still collecting used cell phones and empty printer cartridges for Turning Point. Please place your phones and cartridges in the box on the table in front of Fellowship Hall. Turning Point can receive up to $3.50 for each phone or cartridge. Thank you.
Session and Sunday School will be collecting non-perishable food items to go to our local Food bank. Please place any donations in the boxes in the main hallway and in the sanctuary. Thank you.
Deacons Prayer List
Armed Services Personnel
Additional Prayer Concerns:
If you have any changes or additions to the prayer lists please contact the church office (610-264-9693) or Lila Bowman.
REMEMBER ALSO THOSE MEMBERS OF OUR CONGREGATION WHO, BECAUSE OF HEALTH PROBLEMS, FIND IT DIFFICULT TO PHYSICALLY WORSHIP WITH US EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
Mr. Ray Bottazzi - Traditions of Hanover, 5300 N. Gate Dr. , Bethlehem, PA. 18017
Mr./Mrs. James DeWalt 3108 N. 3rd St., Whitehall, PA 18052
Ms. Kathryn Fogel - Phoebe Terrace, Apt. 201, 1940 Turner St., Allentown, PA. 18104
Groller - Westminster Village, Rm. 101B, 803 N. Wahneta Street
Mrs. Mary Lorah - Phoebe Home Rm. 280B, 1925 W. Turner St., Allentown, PA 18104
J. Marks, Sr. - Cedarbrook Nursing Home, B-3, 350 S. Cedarbrook Rd.,
Mr. Harry Millen - 3004 N. Third Street, Whitehall, PA 18052
Mrs. Norma O'Connor - 212 Orchard Drive #1, Whitehall, PA. 18052
Mr. Titus Ruch Sr. - 160 Oley Furnace Road, Fleetwood, PA 19522
Mrs. Catherine Woodley - Eastern Comfort III 206 Diamond Street, Slatington, PA 18080
Mr. and Mrs. Grace and Robert Young - Apt. 2204 Kirkland Village, One Kirkland Village
(Cards and prayers are some ways we can show our love for those in need within our church family.)
June 21 thru Labor Day Weekend —
July 13-17 — Vacation Bible School 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
July 13-17 — Adult Bible Study 5:45 to 8:15 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church of Hokendauqua
3005 S. Front Street, Whitehall, PA 18052 | 610-264-9693 | email@example.com
Sunday Worship Service 10:00 a.m. | Sunday School 9:00-9:45 a.m.
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