Join Crorey Lawton on Sunday mornings this Summer at 8:30 a.m. in Phifer Library for “Feasting on the Word” Sunday School, a deeper exploration of the biblical texts of that day’s service.
News & Announcements
Pardon our Mess! – While the 2nd floor is being renovated, many staff offices are in temporary locations elsewhere in the building. We are all doing our best to work as normally as possible, but please excuse us if we temporarily don’t have access to our phones or computers!
Carrollton Summer Camp Starts! – Beginning Monday, July 6, Carrollton Camp is off to the Theme Park! Our 50 plus campers will be experiencing a fun and adventurous journey as they travel through five Lands of Activity that will stimulate campers’ creativity, imagination, play and social-emotional skill sets; Playbuild, Imagination University, Art, PlayFEST, and an experiential learning session, Adventureland! Each day at camp will feature a different, special theme park theme to tie in the day’s activities and special guests. For our first week of camp, campers will unearth their prehistoric sides (and some fossils along the way) in Jurassic Park. Then, campers will join Mickey, Ariel, Buzz Lightyear, and Jack Sparrow as we head to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. We’ll follow that with another magical journey to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and the wacky world of Dr. Seuss. Finally, we’ll conclude the week with the happiest cruise on the seven seas as we showcase the globe on It’s A Small World Day. Stay tuned for a truly magical week! We can still use healthy snack donations, a few more craft donations (pocket folders with prongs, eye droppers, soccer and kick balls, 7 pillowcases), and volunteers to help serve lunch and hang out with the kids! If you are interested (Camp dates are July 6-10 and 13-17), contact Sean Tate, Camp Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Adults’ Jazzy July Event – Join the SCAPC Senior Adults on Thursday, July 9 for a delicious lunch at The Praline Connection followed by a music program on “The Role of African American Music in Jazz” right across the street at the U.S. Mint. Meet at 11:30 a.m. at the Praline Connection Restaurant (542 Frenchmen Street). Cost: $27.50 for lunch; music program is free. Register by sending a check (payable to SCAPC) to Emily Fleshman in the church office no later than Thursday, July 2.
PW Evening Circle Book Review – On Tuesday, July 14 we will discuss Emily and Einstein by Linda Francis Lee. It is about a woman recovering from the loss of her husband from an automobile accident while she is helping the dog (Einstein) recover from the surgeries from the same accident. Our last meeting of the summer will be Tuesday, August 11. All meetings will be at 5:45 p.m. in the Land Building. Questions? Contact Gwen Wertz, email@example.com.
Upcoming PW Book Club Meetings –August 6 – Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in its Darkest, Finest Hour by Lynne Olson. Meets at 7 p.m. in the Land Building for lively discussion and refreshments! Questions? Contact Elizabeth Artigues, firstname.lastname@example.org.