Attached is the bulletin for this coming Sunday, the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost. 002 Pentecost 05-29-2016
The new topic for Adult Sunday School, beginning this coming Sunday, is Progress of Redemption and the Unity of Scripture, taught by one of our members, Tim Sturgill. For those of you who may not know him, Tim is a retired Air Force Chaplain who served on active duty for 28 years, in assignments all over the globe. Prior to his affiliation with Christ Our Hope, and his confirmation as an Anglican Christian, he was an ordained Baptist minister. We hope many of you will be able to attend this class and be challenged by some excellent teaching. Once more, a course description from Tim:
“The awesome God of the universe has chosen to do a work on earth. He has given us His Word as a revelation of what he has done, is doing, and will do. This course of study will examine the “sayings” and “doings” of God in a way that will authenticate the unity of a book that contains individual books that are as diverse as historical narrative is from poetry, as it is from prophecy, as it is from letters written to friends. How does the Song of Solomon relate to Leviticus? Does Job have anything in common with Ephesians? How can God command the Israelites to kill men, women, children and animals and yet through Jesus instruct us to love our enemies? The unfolding of this course will pay off in a Bible that makes sense in its parts, but more importantly, make sense in its entirety. You will see afresh the awe-ful work of God!”
Beginning Sunday, May 29, Tim Sturgill will be teaching the Adult Sunday School on the topic Progress of Redemption and the Unity of Scripture. Here is Tim’s description of the course.
The awesome God of the universe has chosen to do a work on earth. He has given us His Word as a revelation of what he has done, is doing, and will do. This course of study will examine the “sayings” and “doings” of God in a way that will authenticate the unity of a book that contains individual books that are as diverse as historical narrative is from poetry, as it is from prophecy, as it is from letters written to friends. How does the Song of Solomon relate to Leviticus? Does Job have anything in common with Ephesians? How can God command the Israelites to kill men, women, children and animals and yet through Jesus instruct us to love our enemies? The unfolding of this course will payoff in a Bible that makes sense in its parts, but more importantly, make sense in its entirety. You will see afresh the awe-ful work of God!
Grace and peace….Tim
Remember, Sunday School begins at 9:30 each week, with coffee and snacks available. Hope to see many of you there!
From Fr. Matt Colvin:
Dear friends and supporters in the churches,
We have one church visit left, at St. Stephen’s REC in Flowood, MS. On June 13, we’re off to Canada and thence to Singapore. Our next newsletter will come from Singapore, Lord willing. We still have a gap to bridge to meet our budget. Pray and consider whether you can help us meet it.
Our PDF newsletter is attached.
Yours in the Lord,
REC and SAMS-USA missionary in SE Asia May 2016
Women’s Book Study – Beginning this coming Thursday (June 2), the Women’s Book Study will meet at the home of Ronda Sturgill on Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. They will be watching a DVD and studying 12 Women of the Bible. Ronda lives at 2493 Quail Run Road, Fairborn. If you have questions or need directions, you can call Ronda at 245-0258. All women of the church are invited to attend.
Just a reminder that the Home Fellowship Group will be meeting tomorrow evening, Saturday, May 21, at Greg and Susie Current’s home — 30 Simms Street in the Huffman District. We will be enjoying an Asian/Oriental theme — so please bring something Chinese, Japanese, Thai, etc. to share. The evening of good food and fellowship begins at 6:00 p.m. and everyone is invited. If you are planning to come, or have any questions, please call Greg and Susie at 228-229-5840. Hope to see many of you there!
Attached is the bulletin for this coming Sunday — The Feast of Trinity. 005-22-2016 Trinity Sunday – MP
Dr. Kris Prenger, sister of Pat Prenger and Karla Herman, will be speaking to the Adult Sunday School this coming Sunday, May 22, at 9:30. Dr. Kris works as a medical missionary in Bangladesh and will share about her work and the people there. If you have never heard her speak, you’re in for a wonderful experience. Her love for the Lord, the people of Bangladesh, and her work are inspiring. Please plan to attend!
Just a reminder that the men of the church will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30 a.m. at the church for a hearty breakfast and good fellowship. If you haven’t attended in the past, tomorrow would be a great day to start joining us. Hope to see you there! (For your planning purposes, we finish up and are on our way to the rest of our Saturday by 9:00 a.m.)
The College/Young Adults (including 2016 High School Graduates) are planning to go to lunch on Sunday 22 May 2016 following the Service. Find Emma Sum, Emma Veley, and Hunter Marks in the Green Room, if you are interested in joining, as we decide on a restaurant. See you there!
Correction to the previous post — if you have questions or need directions to the Roberts’ home, this is the phone number to use. (Sorry for any confusion!) (937) 274-0034
From Amanda Roberts:
I will be cleaning our house on Hemlock tomorrow (Wednesday, May 18) from 9 to 3:30 and could really use some help if anyone is available and willing at some point during that timeframe. I am making a list of odd jobs that need to be done and will have cleaning supplies on hand. I can do this by myself, but it would be really nice to have someone working alongside me. (More motivation!) If you need directions or have questions, please give me a call. (318)364-0064
Attached is the bulletin for this coming Sunday — the Feast of Pentecost. Feast of Pentecost 05-15-2016
Sunday, May 15 — So much to celebrate!! It’s the Feast of Pentecost, the birthday of the church. Our Bishop The Rt. Rev. Daniel Morse will be with us to teach, preach, and celebrate, and we’ll observe our parish’s own 6th Birthday! You won’t want to miss it! Bishop Morse will be at the Adult Sunday School, beginning at 9:30 to meet and talk with you and answer any questions you may have about the diocese or Anglicanism in general. He will preach at the 10:30 service and concelebrate the Eucharist with Fr. Harry. For the Pentecost Feast following the service, fried chicken, drinks, and cupcakes will be furnished. All are asked to bring a side dish, salad, or other dessert to share. We are expecting a great day of celebration and fellowship!
The children’s Sunday School classes will present a Passion Play during our regular Sunday School time tomorrow, Sunday May 8. Children – please arrive at 9:00 a.m. to get ready. Everyone else – please arrive at 9:30 to enjoy the presentation. This has been a good learning experience for our children. We hope it is meaningful to you.
A great opportunity for families to support a great ministry!! (If you would like to know more about the FISH Food Pantry, please talk to Jane Deeter Jones.)
Saturday, May 14, (rain day May 15) is “Food Truck Festival” day to benefit the Huber Heights FISH Food Pantry.
Where: Huber Heights Center at Brandt and Chambersburg
When: May 14 from 11 am to 7 pm
Cost: All day admission for $2; Kids 12 and under free; $1 if you bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to the Food Pantry.
Food Truck vendors
- Craft vendors
- Live music
- Photo bus
- Pony rides
- Hay wagon rides
- Face painting
Trinity REC in Mason is hosting the annual Ascension Day celebration this Thursday May 5, 2016 at 6:00pm. We plan to serve barbecue pulled pork, pickles, macaroni salad, cole slaw, potato salad, chips, lemonade, coffee, iced tea, water, and a variety of desserts. We have invited the folks from Christ Our Hope and Christ the King to join us for this special day. Please let Jenny Downey at Christ the King know if you are coming so that we can have adequate amounts of food for all.
We look forward to seeing you and celebrating the Ascension of our Lord together.
Dss. Michelle Caldwell