WORSHIP NEWS - Sunday, May 31, 2015


This Sunday is Trinity Sunday. Phil Stagg is preaching on Romans 8:12-17 and John 3:1-17. His sermon is titled, “Born Again.”

This Sunday’s Bulletin: Sunday, May 31, 2015

Visit our Sunday School page to see what classes are being offered this Spring!

News & Announcements

Snack Donations Needed for Camp RHINO! - RHINO would really appreciate boxes of Individually Wrapped Chips, Peanut Butter + Crackers, Pretzels, Goldfish, Fruit Snacks, Cereal or Nutrigrain Bars, Nuts, and Snack Mix. Please place donations in the basket in FFH. Questions? Contact rhino@scapc.org.

Summer Sundays Snoball Kick-off - To kick off Summer Sundays, Congregational Life is sponsoring Snoball Sunday on Sunday, June 7, following the 9:30 a.m. service. Hansen’s Sno-Bliz will be on hand to cool us off with their world famous snoballs!

Children’s Summer Sundays - Starting on Sunday, June 7, we will begin our Summer Sundays. There is one worship service at 9:30 am each week through August 23. Children 3rd grade and younger are invited to begin in the worship service with their families and then are invited back to the Frampton Fellowship Hall for a group lesson. This summer the children will be studying Jesus’ Miracles. The nursery will be open from 9:15 – 10:30 each Sunday for 3 year olds and younger. Both the children’s lessons and the children’s nursery are staffed by volunteers. This is a great way to get involved with the church. Lessons are simple and all of the supplies are gathered for you. We encourage everyone to look over their summer plans and sign up to help one or more Sundays this summer. Questions? Contact Michele Murphy, michele@scapc.org. You can sign up at Volunteer Spot: http://vols.pt/N5rMMz or on the sign-up sheets in FFH.

Advent Devotional Project Needs Writers! - Plans are beginning for the 2015 SCAPC Advent Devotional booklet. If you would be willing to write a brief devotional, please contact Emily Fleshman (emily@scapc.org) to receive an assignment and full details. All submissions will be due by September 8.

Program of Hope Homeless Ministry Needs Your Help - Seven Presbyterian Churches in the metro area partner for this mission and June is SCAPC’s designated month. Donations of the following items are needed: travel size toiletries, wash cloths, tooth brushes, deodorant, razors, men’s L/XL T-shirts, briefs, denim items and ladies M/L/XL undergarments. Please place donations in the tall basket in FFH. Questions? Contact: Dale & Doug Curry: dcurry516@yahoo.com (Tuesday bag lunch prep); T.J. Jensen: chemistree@sbcglobal.net (clothing); Ann Van Horn: hvanhorn3@gmail.com (toiletries).

Upcoming PW Book Club Meetings - June 4The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman. July 2All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. August 6Citizens 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, artigues@cox.net.

PW Evening Circle Book Review - Tuesday, June 9 we will discuss The Little Way of Ruthie Leming: A Southern Girl, a Small Town, and the Secret of a Good Life by Rod Dreher. It follows Rod Dreher, a Philadelphia journalist, back to his hometown of St. Francisville, LA (pop. 1,700) in the wake of his younger sister Ruthie’s diagnosis of terminal cancer at age 40 & her strong faith & love of all people. 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, gewertz@blanchardgold.com.

Crescent City Cafe Me+Three Brunch Fundraiser - Come out and support one of SCAPC’s Community Ministries! This is a great opportunity to see how the Cafe works and taste the delicious food! Your $20 ticket covers the cost of your meal, plus three future meals for someone who is homeless or low income. Invite your friends and consider purchasing 6 tickets to host a table! Saturday, June 13, 9-11 a.m., Rayne Memorial UMC, 3900 St. Charles Avenue. Menu options include: The Marigny: Shredded Brisket over Biscuits with Hollandaise, The Black Pearl: Blueberry Cream Cheese Casserole, The CBD: A Flight of Pancakes, or The Garden District: Kielbasa Sausage, Mushroom and Spinach Casserole. Purchase your tickets online now at www.CrescentCityCafe.com and spread the word! Aren’t able to attend? Purchase a ‘no-show’ ticket and cover meals for four people in need at a future cafe! SCAPC member Lindsay Bell will also be selling tickets in FFH on Sunday, June 7, before and after worship services.