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Scotland: A Journey to Discover our Sacred Heritage

Picture of a woman standing in front of a Scottish cross.

Scotland: A Journey to Discover our Sacred Heritage.

Presented by Pastor Deb

Rally Day

COME ONE, COME ALL . . .
WELCOME BACK TO A  
                    NEW PROGRAM YEAR!!!!
SEPTEMBER  8 is

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We invite EVERYONE to join us in Fellowship Hall at 9:15 am on September 8, for games, songs, and fellowship.
Let’s all come and reacquaint with old friends and maybe make some new friends.
Then we hope you’ll join us at the 10:30 worship service.

PLEASE BRING A SCHOOL SUPPLY –  
  Pkg washable markers
  2 pack glue sticks
  box of 16 or 24 crayons
  pkg 12 pencils
  children’s scissors
  ONE SUBJECT NOTEBOOKS

THANKS!!!!

Hope to see you SEPTEMBER  9, at 9:15.

From the church office…..

Have you moved, changed your email address or your phone number recently?

Add to Calendar

Did you know it is possible to add an event from the calendar on the church website to your personal calendar?  It’s simple!

Presbyterian Women

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Friendship Study Group – Will not meet in Sept. 

Our Church Mission

We say that our church’s mission is mission. Our small committee needs to know what the entire congregation thinks this means!

From the Parish Nurse

Article from the Parish Nurse

Dear Church Family,

     My mother-in-law passed away in August. Unfortunately, there was some poor communication between the facility taking care of her and our family, which has left us not feeling very good about the facility.  I plan to take the next few newsletters to give you some information that might help you navigate through certain issues.

Take Note

Make a Joyful noise to the Lord
serve the Lord with Gladness and
come before God’s presence with Singing!

THE ENSURING OUR FUTURE APPEAL AND THE FALL STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN

THE ENSURING OUR FUTURE APPEAL
AND THE FALL STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN

For over 220 years the Presbyterian Church has been a presence in Geneva, and that presence has made an importance difference in the lives of members, friends and in the local community. We can’t continue to support our vibrant programs by using the principal of our endowment, as we have done for decades.

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

Thanks to the generosity and diligence of this congregation, Boy Scout Troop 4 raised more than $270 from returnables over the summer — that’s something like 5,400 bottles and cans.