The Fifth Sunday After Pentecost-July 14, 2019, 10:00 AM

This Week in Worship

Texts:  Isaiah 65: 1-9; Psalm 42; Galatians 3:23-20; Luke 19:1-10

Message:  “The Family of God” Elder Miriam Gwin


  • Today, July 14 is Project HOPE Sunday!  The following items are needed for Project HOPE: Hygiene products (toothpaste, soap, and deodorant, and shampoo) or any other non-perishable items are welcomed.  Monetary donations are also accepted; please make checks payable to Project HOPE Food Bank, and give to our HOPE Representative:  Ruth Ann Herman.

  • DON'T FORGET! We have pledged to support our South Sudan brothers and sisters in Christ in financially supporting their goals of building and sustaining churches.  Any donations given to Missions next Sunday, July 21st will go towards their dream of permanent places to worship the Lord with trained (and paid) pastors to guide them through these times of difficult economical transitions. Coffee hour will also follow our worship service.

  • Presbyterian Women is conducting three different projects:  A Shoe Drive for Mission, Bags to Bed, and Pillowcase Project.  More information about these projects are on the bulletin board in the narthex.

  • Pastor Nathan is on Vacation until this Wednesday, July 17. He will resume his duties this Thursday, July 18-Tuesday, July 23.  In case of an emergency during the time the Pastor is on vacation, please contact Secretary, Beth Ann Nord at 724-657-4241. 

  •  Project HOPE Back to School Project collection will run for the whole month of July.  Items needed:  Erasers, Glue Sticks, Pencil Boxes, Pens, Pencils, Expo Markers, Spiral Notebooks, and Backpacks.  Monetary donations are most welcomed; please make checks payable to Project HOPE and give to Ruth Ann Herman, our HOPE representative.  All items are to be at the church by Sunday, August 4! 

  • There are still a few openings in BPP Church’s 3/4 year old preschool class for the 2019-2020 school year.  The child must be 3 years old by September 1 and living in the Mohawk area.  The 3/4 year old class meets Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9 am-12 noon.  The 4/5 year old class meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, 9 am-12 noon.  Please speak to Mary Kay Leslie if you have a child between the ages of 3/4 years old or call the preschool @ 724-667-4130 and leave a message.  Our first day of class for the 3/4 year old class is Tuesday, September 3.  The first day for the 4-5 year old class is Wednesday, September 4.   The 4/5 year old preschool class is full!    

Local Happenings

  • Enon Valley Community Blood Drive at Westfield Presbyterian’s Fellowship Hall, Friday, July 26,

    1:30 pm-7 pm.  To register please contact Westfield Church 724-667-7045 or you can either call or email Lee Ann Martin 724-667-8613 or

    F.D. Campbell

    Library News

    *Tech Time--By Appt.

    *Adult Coloring--Every Friday, 1 pm

    *Dungeons and Dragons-Every Saturday, 11 am

    *Autism Warriors-Tuesday, July 16 & 23, 5:30 pm

    *Story Time:  Thursday, July 18 & 25, 2 pm 

    *Manicure Madness-Saturday, July 20, All Day!

    *Art Therapy:  Saturday, July 27, 1 pm

  •  Autism Warriors:  Tuesday, July 16, 5:30 pm.  Let’s make fireworks paintings!  Tuesday, July 23, 5:30 pm.  LEGO Club.   This program is open to any individuals with autism and up to 2 Guests. 

  • Story Time:  Thursday, July 18:  Let’s travel to India!  Join us for a story, then make a mandala craft and try some Indian snacks.  Thursday, July 25:  Come visit Romania with us!  We’ll read “Country Bear’s Good Neighbor”, paint some traditional Romanian wooden spoons, and enjoy some Romanian food.  Story Time is open to kids of all ages!    

  • Manicure Madness:  Saturday, July 20, ALL DAY!  Tons of nail polish, every color of the rainbow!  Nail stencils, stamps, and stickers!  Come and give yourself a manicure, a great “mommy and me” activity! 

  • Art Therapy:  Saturday, July 27, 1 pm.  Come and paint this beautiful hummingbird canvas, please RSVP 724-667-7939!  This class is open to all ages, all supplies are provided, and classes are Free of charge

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