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THE CALL Fairmont Presbyterian Church THOUGHTS FROM BRIAN 500 years ago this month something started that still resonates in our world today. 500 years ago this month Martin Luther, an obscure Augustinian monk and university professor, nailed 95 objections to certain church practices to the front door of his university chapel. As odd as it sounds, that was the normal way professors raised academic objections in those days. But what happened upended “normal” forever. Those objections symbolically started the great transformation of Christianity we call the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation overturned centuries of tradition by returning to the sources. Indeed, “to the sources” (ad fontes) was one of Luther’s mottos. By focusing on the Bible and the Bible alone, Luther sought to reclaim the core messages of scripture as the sole foundation for life, faith, and the church. He expressed these in his short, absolutizing mottos: We are saved by God’s grace alone; we know God’s grace alone through faith; Scripture alone is our highest authority; Jesus alone is our Lord, savior, and king; and, we live for the glory of God alone. Or if you prefer it in Luther’s Latin: Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, Solus Christus, Sola Scriptura, and Sola Dei Gloria. At their essence, Luther’s reforms sought to center human life and faith on our individual relationship with God unmediated by any other human authority. The question for us, 500 years later, is how well we live into that relationship and allow it to transform every aspect of our lives. That is the real Reformation that Luther struggled for and that Reformation is happening every day inside each of us.


October 2017 Volume 72, Issue 8

October 22 Children’s Sabbath Rev Brian Maguire will preach “ Children of the Kingdom” based on Matthew 18: 1-7.

October 29 Reformation Heritage Sunday/Single Service Rev. Brian Maguire will preach “And Now for Something Completely Different” based on Romans 3: 19-28. Join us for a special single service at 10:30am to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Special music will be provided by the St. Andrew’s Pipe and Drum Band. Come and celebrate our denomination’s distinct heritage as the offspring of the Scottish Reformation and join us for our high Scottish Tea following worship. All are invited to wear kilts and erasaids and sgian duhbs are permitted, but please check you claymores at the door. Thank You for You Generous Support! Thank you so much for your faithful financial support to Fairmont. We ended the summer in the black financially due to your generous support. Through your support we have been able to take care of many projects in the past month including refurbishing our candelabras & candlesticks so they gleam like new, and paint &refinish the front façade of the sanctuary. We also held a fun-filled kickoff cookout for our families and young people all thanks to you! Your giving makes a huge difference every single month at Fairmont! Connections: The Protestant Reformation, Wednesday Nights 6:30pm—Join us in the Chapel as we explore the Protestant Reformation, its causes, what happened, and its consequences. Our explorations continue throughout October. All are welcome.

The Circle, Leaning in to the Delicate Arts of Prayer Together in New Ways—In worship we praise God, in October 1 World Communion Rev. Brian Maguire will our Connections classes we learn about God and God’s preach “To the Last Drop” based on Philippians 2: 1-13. story, but how do we actually experience God? For two October 8 Rev. Denise Weaver will preach “Rejecting thousand years, women and men have shared together in God” based on Psalm 80: 7-15 and Matthew 21: 33-46. disciplined practices to bring us closer into the presence of God. We seek to share these practices at Fairmont, October 15 Rev. Brian Maguire will preach “Going Away not only learning about them. Methods like divine Rejoicing” based on Isaiah 25: 1-9 and Philippians 4: 1-9. reading, contemplative prayer, the Jesus Prayer,

chanting, and Christian Meditation are our common inheritance from 100 generations of seekers. We now seek to learn their methods in another ancient-new form --the circle--with a center in which no one stands, in which spoken word is still event, and in which action serves contemplation. Here we will seek to place our minds in our hearts and in doing so rest in the immediate presence of God. Come and join us as Pastor Brian and Dr. Lisa share with us on Sundays at 2:30pm in the chapel. Our amazing organist Judy Bede has been selected by the MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) to be the 2017 MTNA Foundation Fellow for the state of Ohio. This is a wonderful acknowledgement of her three decades of service in many capacities at the local and state levels, giving of her time to present at workshops, serving on numerous committees, District and State Certification Chair, District and State Chair, State Conference Planning Committees, Composition Chair. As State Certification Chair, she initiated the annual State Certified Teacher of the Year award, which she won in 2002. To honor Judy’s selection as an MTNA Foundation Fellow, we would like to raise at least $1,000 in her name. This money will be used by the MTNA Foundation for scholarships. If you would like to help, contributions can be made in the following ways: online at, or by a check made payable to “MTNA Foundation Fund” with “Judy Bede” in the memo line. Checks can be sent to MTNA Foundation, PNC Tower, 1 W 4th St #1550, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Please make all donations by December 31, 2017. Judy will also be giving a recital at Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Dayton on October 19th at 12pm. Please come out and support our fantastic organist! Meet the Choir Hey, I am Amber Voss. I sing whatever Ashley tells me to sing, these days that has been alto 2. I’m married to Stefan Voss, we have three cats (Tucker, Dante, and Luigi) and one dog (Shay). I work for Assurant, where I am a manager for technical writing. In my free time I am a fashion retailer for Lularoe. I am the webmaster for Musica (Dayton’s chamber ensemble) and I sing for VAE, a professional ensemble in Cincinnati. I was invited by another choir member, and I keep singing because I enjoy this group and the music we work on, and we laugh. My favorite Dove chocolates are the caramels. My favorite song that the choir has sung is, “I See, I Hear, I Know” by Craig Courtney, because it’s a beautiful piece of music that helped me through the struggles of my dad’s death. I would love it if you like to sing, please join us at Christmas. I appreciate when

members tell the choir they liked our music. Thank you for your continued support of the music program at Fairmont, and your willingness to participate in worship with us. Mark your Calendar!! Fairmont Chancel Choir Presents: The True Story of Cinderella by Warren Martin, Sunday November 5th at 2pm.


Trunk or Treat, Saturday, October 28, 4:00pm5:00pm Bring your little ones in costume or trick or treat from car to car in this safe spin on traditional Beggar’s Night! The event will be held in the lower parking lot of the church. There will be plenty of hot apple cider, hot chocolate, coffee and goodies. Prizes will be awarded for best costume! Sunday School 2017-2018 Infants and Toddlers (birth to 2) can go to the Nursery, Children's Wing, where care will be offered for both services.

Children's Music: Children (ages 3-5th grade) will start the day in the Children's Music room with Vicki Ramga at 9:30am for children's music time, then go to their Sunday school classes. They'll be preparing songs to sing in worship regularly this year. Young Children (ages 3-K) meet in the Children's Wing, Room A, at 10am and during the 10:30 service for Sunday school. Teachers: Julie Boden, Anne Venable, Liz Lewis. Substitutes: Cassie Shearer, Lisa Shearer. Older Elementary (grades 1-5) meet in the Children's Wing, Room B, at 10am and during the 10:30 service for Sunday school. Teachers: Carol Bussey, Candace Kurtz, Mike Rothenberger, Danielle Rhubart, Robin Stevens. Substitutes: Lisa Shearer, Sally Kaskocsak. Parent Coffee Talks: Weekly, casual conversation in the Way Cafe beginning at 9:35am for parents of children of all ages. Conversation (or quiet reflection) is self-led. Men’s Group


The Fairmont men's group will meet at Bethany Village, 6423 Far Hills Avenue on Wednesday, October 18th, at 12 noon. We will be eating in the Homestead Dining room. Park in the lot behind the village center and someone at the reception desk at the center can direct us to the elevator to the dining room. We can order off the menu or perhaps have a buffet style meal. Cost about $10-$15. Sign up on the attendance pad on

Sunday, or call the church office by Tuesday noon, October 17th. PYC PYC is 4-7pm all year for all ages. All off site PYC will ALWAYS start at Fairmont October 1- Get to know yah October 8– Toilet Day 1-6pm-off site October 14, Saturday– Dayton’s longest table-off site October 15– Kettering Scavenger Hunt-off site October 22- O.T. October 29–Corn Maze-Off site It’s Flushing Season!! On October 8th from 1-6pm the PYC will be flushing congregation members! You may be thinking, “Flushing”? The PYC will put a beautifully decorated toilet in your yard, prices vary depending on how quickly you would like that toilet removed And where you would like to put it! All money raised will go to help pay for PYC winter retreat to Kirkmont. $10- Removed by October 8th 11:59pm $15 – Removed within an hour $20 – Removed in half an hour $25 – Removed in 15 minutes $30 – Removed in 15 minutes & choice of next flushing $100 – NEVER be flushed (Paid by Friday October 6th) $125 – NEVER flushed and put all four toilets in someone’s yard (Paid by Friday October 6th)

Prayer Partner, Driver, Financially Sponsor a Student, Committee Member, Trip Chaperon. For more information please see the bulletin board or see Ashley. Young Families FAIRMONT’S FALL FESTIVAL WHO: Young Families and Preschool Families WHAT: Pumpkin picking & decorating, face painting, bouncy house, games, playing on the playground and a hot dog dinner WHEN: Sunday, October 1, 3:00-5:00pm (dinner at 4:30pm) WHERE: Fairmont Church FOR: Fun, food and fellowship Come enjoy fun and fellowship with other children and young parents as we celebrate all things autumnal! If you will attend please RSVP to Pastor Denise at or by calling the church office (299-3539) or letting your child’s Preschool teacher know (Coleen, Liz, Tracy). In the case of inclement weather it will be held indoors.


Estate and Life Planning Class—The Member and Community Wellness Team is pleased to present a class on Estate Planning. Of course we have attorneys to write and file our will and then execute it when the time comes. When we go to an attorney, we should not only PYC Spotlight know what we think we want but also have some knowledge of the different ways to protect our estate, Hey, I’m Ben Kramer, I am a junior at the kinds of estates, etc. Your estate involves major life Oakwood High school were I participate and decisions. It is important, time-saving and money saving compete in Band and Robotics. Next year I to be knowledgeable before you cross your attorney's will be the Field Commander for the threshold. We research and pre-plan a vacation. Marching Band. I was kidnaped by Charlie Shouldn't we do as much in preparation for our estate? Ross my freshman year of High School and have been Join us Sunday, October 22 at 11:45am in 109 to learn coming to PYC ever since. I enjoy PYC because I value about Estate Planning. the community of my peers and I wanted a causal way to continue to pursue my faith. My favorite Girl Scout HELP WANTED!! The Member and Community Cookie is definitely Thin Mints! My sparkle word for Wellness Team is looking for new team members who our PYC prayer is, “Shakata.” It is the syllabic are interested in joining us as we work together to care breakdown of a dotted quarter rest in band. My favorite for and serve one another, reach out to visitors and Bible story is the creation story, because it’s the kick off guests, and offer welcome and wellness opportunities for the whole world. It’s cool how suddenly everything for our community. We are responsible for sponsoring was there. Please come to PYC so we can have dinner our Quarterly Card Writing Ministry to those who together. I really would like to get to know you and/or haven’t been with us in a while and providing water and know you better. welcome for our community during the Holiday at Home festivities. We want everyone to feel a warm Volunteers for PYC are needed in many capacities reception when they join us on Sunday morning or any including: Sunday School Teacher, Table Parent, Adult other time. We also arrange for Lifeline Screening and Leader, Preparing Dinner, Confirmation Sponsor, other special events to meet the needs of our community. Contact Lisa Shearer for details. 3

OCT Sunday

Monday 1

8:30am Preschool 2:00pm Vital Signs (cr) 6:30pm WOF Coord. Team (UR) 7:00pm AA (C)


8:30am Preschool 2:00pm Vital Signs (cr) 7:00pm Circle 1 (chapel) 7:00pm AA (C)

World Communion Day 8:30am Casual Service (fh) 9:30am Fellowship (fh) 9:35am Children's Choir 10:00am Sunday School 10:30am Traditional Service 11:30am Fellowship (fh) 2:00pm Scouts (109, A) 2:30pm The Circle (chapel) 3:00pm Young Families Fall Festival 4:00pm PYC (109, fh)

WOF Box Lunch 8:30am Casual Service 9:30am Making Music (fh) 9:30am Fellowship (fh) 9:35am Children's Choir 10:00am Sunday School 10:30am Traditional Service 11:30am Fellowship (fh) 4:00pm PYC (109, fh)



8:30am Preschool 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (rc) 12:00pm AA (C) 7:00pm Christian Formation 7:00pm Worship Team 7:00pm Mission Team Meeting 7:00pm Personnel Team 7:00pm Musica Rehearsal (cr) 7:00pm Member/Community Wellness (109)


8:30am Presc 6:30pm Scout 6:30pm Praise 6:30pm Conn 7:30pm AA (0


8:30am Preschool 9:00am Dayton PVA 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm AA (C) 12:00pm OA (rc) 7:00pm Finance Team (rc) 7:00pm Musica Rehearsal (cr) 7:00pm Building and Grounds 7:30pm Board of Trustees


8:30am Presch 5:30pm GIFT 6:30pm Praise 6:30pm Conn 7:30pm AA (0


8:30am Presch 10:00am Circle 10:00am Circle 12:00pm Men's 1:00pm Circle 6:30pm Conne 6:30pm Praise 7:00pm Circle 7:30pm AA (01


8:30am Presc 10:00am Call 6:30pm Praise 6:30pm Conn 7:30pm AA (0


8:30am Preschool 12:00pm Call Deadline 2:00pm Vital Signs (cr) 7:00pm AA (C)


8:30am Preschool 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (rc) 12:00pm AA (C) 7:00pm Musica Rehearsal (cr) 7:00pm Session (109)


8:30am Preschool 2:00pm Vital Signs (cr) 7:00pm AA © 7:00pm Circle 8 (parlor)


8:30am Preschool 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm AA (C) 12:00pm OA (rc) 7:00pm Musica Rehearsal (cr)


8:30am Preschool 2:00pm Vital Signs (cr) 7:00pm AA (C)


8:30am Preschool 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (rc) 12:00pm AA (C) 7:00pm Musica Rehearsal (cr)

8:30am Casual Service 9:30am Third Sunday Mission Project 9:30am Fellowship (fh) 9:35am Children's Choir 10:00am Sunday School 10:30am Traditional Service 11:30am Fellowship (fh) 4:00pm PYC (109, fh) Children's Sabbath Thank Offering 8:30am Casual Service (fh) 9:30am Fellowship (fh) 9:35am Children's Choir 10:00am Sunday School 10:30am Traditional Service 11:30am Food and Fellowship 11:45am Estate Planning (109) 2:00pm Scouts (109, A) 4:00pm PYC (109, fh)


5th Sunday Mission 10:30am Reformation Sunday/Single Service 11:30am Fellowship Tea (fh) 4:00pm PYC (109, fh)





Thursday 4

1:00pm Craft Group (012) 7:00pm Choir Practice (cr) 7:00pm NA (012)



7:00pm Choir Practice(cr) 7:00pm NA (012)



1:00pm Craft Group (012) 7:00pm Choir Practice (cr) 7:00pm NA (012)



1:00pm Rug Hooking Group (fh) 7:00pm Choir Practice (cr) 7:00pm NA (012)


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Saturday 6




8:30am Preschool 10:30am Mom and Me 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (C) 5:00pm Theology on Tap (off site)

8:30am Preschool 10:30am Mom and Me (A) 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (C)


9:30am Circle 7 (off site)



4:00pm Trunk or Treat (building wide)


8:30am Preschool 10:30am Mom and Me 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (C) 5:00pm Theology on Tap (off site

8:30am Preschool 10:30am Mom and Me 11:00am Fit 4 You (fh) 12:00pm OA (C)


We haven’t had much luck getting unassigned greeters, so be prepared to say “YES!” and sign-up for a Sunday when asked!!

3rd Sunday Mission Project – After each worship service on October 15 we will have a special presentation by Sallie Luther about Fairmont’s sponsorship of the 4th Annual Dayton Out of the Darkness Walk. This event raises money for suicide prevention programs around the country. Join us in Fellowship Hall to learn more about how you might share God’s Love in shining a light into the darkness in our community.

MISSION BEYOND THE CONGREGATION What’s going on with Mission at Fairmont? In expressing our love of God and one another, we are called to nurture and guide people to live inspired lives. As such, the Mission and Interpretation team has recently been inspired to rename ourselves, “Mission Beyond the Congregation” with the tag line “Helping Hands; Helping Hearts.” This captures our focus on two goals.

4th Annual Dayton Out Of The Darkness Walk- The Mission Team is proud to announce that Fairmont Presbyterian Church will be a sponsor for the 4th Annual Dayton Out of the Darkness Walk which is part of American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). Fairmont already raised over $1000 during the 5th Sunday Special Collection; we will be listed on the t-shirt with other sponsors. More information will be available at the 3rd Sunday Mission Project on after each service on October 15. We would love to have Fairmont have a team to walk on Sunday, October 22 at 2pm at Oakwood High School. Pre-registration is required. There is no cost to walk but fundraising is encouraged and $150 must be raised to obtain one of our special t-shirts the day of walk. Many people make their own t-shirts to honor someone if they have formed a team or you can wear any shirt, even Fairmont shirts if you have one. The walk t-shirts are NOT available for sale the day of walk and are given as incentives to fundraising. If you would like to register or form a team, sign up at dayton. There are also volunteer opportunities. AFSP is the largest private fundraiser for suicide prevention research in the U.S., with a goal to reduce suicide 20% by 2025. The Dayton walk last year raised over $50,000 and had over 900 walkers. For questions, contact Sallie Luther.

First, to better reflect our collective passions, we have moved to supporting local organizations that benefit at-risk families, children, and youth in our community as they respond to the challenges of life. Second, we are increasing opportunities for ALL members to engage in hands-on mission work. Through direct involvement in God’s mission, we are formed as disciples, continuing the transforming work that Jesus started. Performance of service is a form of worship that can transform us as well as the recipients. We believe that we must demonstrate to the world the love, justice, belonging, welcome, and hope that God intends for all people. We are well aware that many of you take your [personal mission] community service seriously! Our recent survey showed that 55 members volunteer for 76 different organizations. Similarly, you give financial support to 152 different organizations. Clearly, the message of caring and sharing has taken hold here at Fairmont! We invite you to: Examine the bulletin board outside the parlor to see summaries of organizations receiving our financial, material, and hands-on support. Regularly review the Bulletin Board for up-coming projects and activities. Join us in Fellowship and Mission on a 3rd Sunday Mission Project. Roll up your sleeves and join others to work at House of Bread or John F. Kennedy Elementary.

JFK After-School Program – We need you one day a month! Our members have done simple crafts, played various board games, helped with homework, listened to and read books, and otherwise shared our love and care with kids in our community. These kids are great fun! We have members who go 1st or 3rd Tuesdays or 2nd or 4th Wednesdays but you could go any day. If you are interested in participating, you can easily come along to see what goes on; just ask any member of the Mission Team for details on how you might be involved and inspire our neighbor children.

This is our roadmap for ministry, to use the gifts that God has given us in community to touch the lives of others with Christ’s love. Helping Hands; Helping Hearts…together.

House of Bread - Sign up for Thursday November 16. We are sending a team to slice, dice, mix and serve lunch for more than 200 hungry folks. Join us from 9:00 - 2:00 for this valuable service. Sign up on the Mission Team bulletin board. 6

5th Sunday Special Giving –Fairmont will be inviting the Multifaith Campus Alliance, which is housed at Sinclair Community College, for the Fifth Sunday Offering on October 29th.

Circle 1, Monday, October 9, 7pm, Parlor Circle 2, Wednesday, October 18, 10am Circle 3, Wednesday, October 18, 10am Circle 6, Wednesday, October 18, 7pm Circle 7, Saturday, October 21, 9:30am at the home of Peggy Van Deursen Circle 8, Monday, September 25, 7:00pm

What do you know about The Artemis Center? Artemis Center – Breaking the Cycle Benefit Breakfast, an annual benefit breakfast, is Thursday October 17 from 8:00-9:00 a.m. at Sinclair College. Your Fairmont Church pledge already helps support Artemis in their work to support those dealing with domestic violence in our community, so no further contribution is expected. We are sponsoring a table so interested members may learn more about Artemis’s work. To attend this enlightening event, contact any Mission Team member or the church office.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Where’s Brian? Brian and Lisa will be away October 6-9 in Nova Scotia, officiating at the marriage of Susan Brasier and Thomas Goud.

Making Music Together – We continue our monthly gathering to play and sing at 9:30 on Sunday October How Else Can You Serve as a Disciple? – We 8. On every 2nd Sunday, join us in Fellowship Hall to continue to collect assorted items in the Black & White play your acoustic instrument, sing along, or simply Narthex: Soda Can Pull-tabs (Ronald McDonald listen in as we make fun music together. Song/chord House), BoxTops for Education (J.F. Kennedy sheets are provided. All skill levels are welcome. Elementary), and men’s belts (House of Bread). There’s always room for you! Remember to bring non-perishable food for the FISH/ Lads and Lassies, Please join us for a Scottish High South Dayton Food Pantry! Tea following the 10:30am single service on Reformation Sunday, October 29. All are welcome! Want to go to Israel? Every January, Pastor Brian leads a group of United Seminary students on a ten-day study trip to Israel. This year there is room for some extra participants. We depart from JFK on January 2 on a non-stop flight to Tel Aviv and return on January 11. We visit Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Tel Aviv, Caesarea, Capernaum, Masada, Qumran, Jericho, the Jordan, and the Dead Sea. Pastor Brad Hirschfield will also be guiding the trip. The cost for the program including air fare from JFK, hotels, meals (except lunches), ground transport, & all admissions is $2,748. If you are interested , contact Pastor Brian. Because this program is a United Seminary required class it will definitely be going regardless of enrollment. Art, Antique and Craft Show—November 18 from 9:00am-3:00pm. 100% of proceeds go to local food missions! Park Avenue Antiques will be available for appraisals. A live auction will be held at noon. Come and enjoy raffles, bake sale, home cooked lunch, hospitality and a huge vintage boutique. To donate items for the auction, please contact Kerri Miles.

WOMEN OF FAIRMONT The Coordinating Team meeting will be Monday, October 2, at 6:30 in the Upper Room. Circles will continue this year's study at their October meetings. Many groups made plans at the late September Fall Gathering after the Call deadline; information available at the time of printing is listed.


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Pastor/Head of Staff: Brian Maguire Preschool Director: Coleen Petrello Associate Pastor: Denise Weaver Preschool Teacher: Tracy Landgren Director of Youth & Music Ministries: Ashley Ross Preschool Aide: Liz Lewis Director of Children’s Ministry & Outreach: Rachel Boden Bookkeeper: Martha Keil Organist: Judy Bede Administrative Assistant: Donna Schoonmaker Praise & Worship Leader: Jerry Mahn Custodians: Glenn Stevens and Louis Weyrauch

October Birthdays *Lynne Hibbs 10/01 *Raymond Johnson 10/02 Barbara Shinn 10/02 Becky Ross 10/04 Althea Harper 10/05 Brad Weaner 10/06 Joseph Bausman 10/07 Laura Peterson 10/07 Christina Harper 10/08 Charles Ross 10/08 Donald Specht 10/08 Ashley Bowden 10/10 Pat Goss 10/10 *Sue Wildasinn 10/11 Samuel Boden 10/12 Allison Ross 10/12 Dawson Sennet 10/12 *Jean D. Webster 10/13 *Harry Bradbury 10/14 Caroline Buchheit 10/14 Katherine Gonzalez 10/14 M. Elaine Harris 10/14 *Lucille Helker 10/14

Melinda King Richard Prichard *Jean Bartlett Pam Ridings Lynell Root *Mark Anderson Russell Mantia Mindy Ellis Daniel Flanders Oliver W. Newton *Doris Williamson Robert Wunder Lauren Grieco Anna Jane Warner *Lois Hines Alan Cone Jerry Mahn Sarah Bugden *Esther Kremer Coleen Petrello Emily Bruzzese *Judy Dunlope *Donna Wentzel

10/14 10/14 10/16 10/16 10/16 10/18 10/18 10/19 10/19 10/21 10/21 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/25 10/26 10/28 10/29 10/29 10/29 10/30 10/30 10/30

*Those celebrating birthdays of 80+ years.

DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT CALL The deadline for next month is Monday, October 16, 2017. Please submit articles to:


The Call - Volume 72, Issue 8  

The newsletter of Fairmont Presbyterian Church

The Call - Volume 72, Issue 8  

The newsletter of Fairmont Presbyterian Church