Worship - September 10, 2017 Sermon: “Teach Us to Pray” Rev. Kim Rodrigue

Sunday, September 10 we will begin a series of sermons on prayer. Today's sermon is about prayer and its importance in the life of Christian faith. In the next weeks, we will be exploring the different phrases in the Lord's Prayer. Our worship will be complemented by the singing and praying of some different versions of the Prayer.  If you, or someone you know, has been struggling with whether prayer is relevant in a turbulent time like our own, or how to pray in meaningful ways, or how to make a difference in the world, or what faith has to do with contemporary struggles, these sermons may speak to your concerns.

PASTOR KIM AROUND TOWN

One of my commitments in my weekly work schedule is to have some set hours at a place outside the church building. Sometimes people are more comfortable talking with a pastor outside of the walls of a church. It may be a time for you to drop by or to bring a friend to visit. You don't have to have a particular need to stop by, but it is fine if you do.

It’s a time for conversation on anything from personal matters to church concerns to world peace – or anything else.

It is also a good way for me to meet people who aren't already in the church, but who may have interest in issues of spirituality and meaning. I will be your face in the community when I do this. You can join me for coffee Tuesday mornings or drinks Wednesday evenings.

Pastor Kim’s coffee & beer hours:

  • Tuesday, September 12 – 7-9am                    Rue De La Course(S. Carrollton & Oak St.)
  • Wednesday, September 13 – 5-7pm               Oak (8118 Oak Street)

I will continue to be at the church on Wednesday afternoons from 2-4 for anyone who wants to drop by. I'm glad to meet with you at another time, either at the church or someone else. Just call or email me at kim@fpcno.org

THE PUMPKINS ARE COMING, UNLOADING DAY is Sunday, October 1 @ 12:30pm

We are gearing up for F.P.C Annual Pumpkin Patch, Which will benefit The Program of Hope Homeless Ministry and Christian Education of First Presbyterian.

We will need as many volunteers as we can get for unloading day, if you can come and help to unload those beautiful orange pumpkins we will appreciate your time. We will also need volunteers to help sell the pumpkins in the pumpkin patch the whole month of October. Next week there will be more info. on how to sign up on (signupgenius) or you will be able to fill out the paper signup sheet.

The FPCNO adult Bible study

Takes place every Sunday morning from 9:30am to 10:30am in the Session room.  Each week we read and discuss the current lesson from "The Present Word" Bible study series (published quarterly by PCUSA). Our Sunday morning gatherings are informal and typically consists of approximately 6 to 8 participants. All are welcome to attend. Coffee and refreshments are served. 

FPCNO THIS WEEK

Monday          

  •  1pm-3pm             Program of Hope Setup     Sanctuary
  •   7:30pm                 Square Dance                Fellowship Hall

Tuesday           

  •   7am-9am             Kim’s coffee hours            Rue De La Course  (S. Carrolton Ave. and Oak St)
  •   6:30pm                  Session meeting            Session room

Wednesday   

  •  9am-10:30am          Program of Hope           Sanctuary(worship, and outreach to less fortunate, all are welcome to volunteer or seek help)
  • 2pm-4pm              Kim’s office hours             First Presbyterian          
  • 5pm-7pm               Kim’s beer hours              Oak (8118 Oak Street)

Thursday       

  •  6pm-7pm        Meditation Service                  Session room

 Sunday            

  •  9:30pm               Adult Bible Study               Session room
  •   11am                  Sunday Worship               Sanctuary
  •  12:30pm           WHO DAT game day            Fellowship Hall   

 

Date: 

Friday, September 8, 2017
 

Presbyterian Fun Fact

There are about 75 million Reformed/Presbyterian Christians worldwide and about 2.5 million belong to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

 

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