This Week In Worship--10:30 a.m.
Peace for Challenging Times/World Communion Sunday
Today we join Christians all over the world in celebrating communion. We will also be receiving the Peacemaking Offering for the PC(USA). Everyone is encouraged to bring items from all over the world for display on the chancel table and to dress in any ethnic clothing you may have. We hope to have lots of countries represented in the service. The scriptures--which will be read in 3 different languages--are Jeremiah 8:8-13, Philippians 4:4-7 and John 16:25-33. The sermon title is "Peace for Challenging Times" and the choir will be singing both the prelude and an offertory.
Church school at 9:15 for pre-K-grade 12.
Thanks to all who continue to faithfully donate our monthly items to help The Caring Place. (we received over 150 rolls of toilet paper in September--thanks!!) The October request is for shampoo and conditioner. (please look at the Caring Place box on the left for an additional urgent request.)
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THIS WEEK'S WORSHIP TEAM
Liturgist: Diane Rankin
Communion Servers: Bob Rankin, Diane Rankin, Euvie Rankin
Ushers: Ted Ziedses des Plantes, Capt., Michael Hedges, Donna Ziedses des Plantes
Beadle: Allison Singleton
Parking Lot: Henry Morgan
Coffee Hour: Brenda Abrams
Church Opener/Closer: TBD
Flowers: Harry and Susan Stebbins
The Caring Place
9-2 Tuesdays/Thursdays 513-841-1499
The Caring Place is housed at KHPC and was established in 1982 by a group of area churches. There is a food pantry, a clothes closet and other assistance when possible. Want to help?
SEPTEMBER WISH LIST: This month's item is: Toilet Paper.
The Caring Place is now accepting seasonal fall clothing for men, women and children. We are in need of underwear (including bras), socks, tops, bottoms, hoodies and light jackets, and linens.
Items may be placed in the basket by the lectern in the sanctuary on Sundays, or dropped off at The Caring Place during their hours of operation.
In the name of Jesus Christ, we will in unity minister to our communities by offering assistance to those in need of spiritual, physical and emotional service.