Worship followed by Stewardship Lunch
Oct
20
11:00 AM11:00

Worship followed by Stewardship Lunch

Jeremiah 31:27-34; Psalm 119:97-104; 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5; Luke 18:1-8

The annual Stewardship Luncheon, sponsored by the Commitment Committee, will be held following morning worship on Sunday, October 20. Again this year, the meal will be catered by Coletta’s and will feature their delicious lasagna, accompanied by salad and bread. Our Presbyterian Women will provide desserts, and a variety of drinks will be available. The cost of the meal is only $6 per person, with a maximum cost of $20 per family.

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Fall Festival
Oct
27
5:00 PM17:00

Fall Festival

Stop by in your costume between 5 and 8 pm to go trunk or treating, play carnival games, make a craft, have bounce house fun, and win prizes at our treat walk. Food is available for cash purchase; everything else is free!

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Presbyterian Women Night Circle Meeting
Oct
14
7:00 PM19:00

Presbyterian Women Night Circle Meeting

The Presbyterian Women Night Circle meets on the second Monday of the month.  The study book for this year is Love Carved in Stone by Eugenia Gamble.  The book is a study in the Ten Commandments “how they were understood in their earliest forms and how that understanding can unlock fresh insights for our lives today.”  The study books are available at the church for $10. 

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Presbyterian Women Day Circle Meeting
Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

Presbyterian Women Day Circle Meeting

The Presbyterian Women Night Circle meets on the second Monday of the month.  The study book for this year is Love Carved in Stone by Eugenia Gamble.  The book is a study in the Ten Commandments “how they were understood in their earliest forms and how that understanding can unlock fresh insights for our lives today.”  The study books are available at the church for $10.  The group usually goes to Fat Larry’s for lunch afterwards.

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Worship with World Communion Sunday
Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

Worship with World Communion Sunday

The first Sunday in October holds a long association with an observance called World Communion Sunday, especially for us American Protestants of the Reformed/Presbyterian family.  In the 1930s, a great Presbyterian pastor and leader of the time, Hugh Thomson Kerr, championed the idea that by taking cognizance of the worldwide or universal nature of the church as we celebrated Holy Communion, we might take strides in eliminating the tensions, suspicions, and, frankly, ignorance, that existed at the time among various Christian bodies in the United States.  The first observance of World Communion Sunday is often dated to 1933 or 1934 at the church Kerr served, Shadyside Presbyterian in Pittsburgh PA.  The movement spread among Presbyterians and in 1940 was endorsed by the Federal Council of Churches, an alliance of Protestant church bodies.  In a time when many churches celebrated the Lord’s Supper only four Sundays per year, this first Sunday in the fourth quarter of the year, seemed the best date, since the first Sunday in other quarters already had other observances attached (January – New Year; April – often Holy Week or Easter; July – Independence Day.)  So we give thanks for the universal church and the fellowship of the Lord’s table on World Communion Sunday, October 6.

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Presbyterian Women Day Circle Meeting
Sep
10
10:00 AM10:00

Presbyterian Women Day Circle Meeting

The Presbyterian Women Night Circle meets on the second Monday of the month.  The study book for this year is Love Carved in Stone by Eugenia Gamble.  The book is a study in the Ten Commandments “how they were understood in their earliest forms and how that understanding can unlock fresh insights for our lives today.”  The study books are available at the church for $10.  The group usually goes to Fat Larry’s for lunch afterwards.

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Presbyterian Women Night Circle Meeting
Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

Presbyterian Women Night Circle Meeting

The Presbyterian Women Night Circle meets on the second Monday of the month.  The study book for this year is Love Carved in Stone by Eugenia Gamble.  The book is a study in the Ten Commandments “how they were understood in their earliest forms and how that understanding can unlock fresh insights for our lives today.”  The study books are available at the church for $10. 

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Pink Palace Tour
Aug
27
1:00 PM13:00

Pink Palace Tour

The next Get Up and Go Bunch event is a trip to the Pink Palace on Tuesday, August 27, to see the exhibit about the 200th birthday of Memphis. Since Tuesdays from 1:00-5:00 are free, we will leave the church at 12:30 p.m. for those wishing to carpool.

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Presbyterian Women Horizons Bible Study Conference
Aug
24
9:30 AM09:30

Presbyterian Women Horizons Bible Study Conference

The Presbyterian Women’s Horizons Bible Study Conference meets on Saturday, August 24, beginning at 9:30 a.m., at Pinecrest Conference and Retreat Center, Highway 57, just west of LaGrange, Tennessee, to get an overview of the coming year’s study book.  The study book for the coming year is Love Carved in Stone by Eugenia Gamble.  The book is a study in the Ten Commandments “how they were understood in their earliest forms and how that understanding can unlock fresh insights for our lives today.”  The study books are available at the church for $10.  The Presbyterian Women of Grace Presbyterian will study this book, meeting each month, September 2019 through May 2020.

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