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Volume 30, Issue 10

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MUSIC AT PINE STREET OPENS THE 2010 – 2011 SEASON

Inside This Issue Session Notes . . . . . . . . . 3

by Thomas Clark-Jones

Stewardship . . . . . . . . . 5

DDB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 October Calendar. . . . . . 7 October Scripture. . . . . . 8

October Dates at a Glance 10/2 Mission Day (p. 3) 10/3 Bagels & Belief

(p. 2 & Sept. issue of PSL)

10/3 Peacemaking Offering

(Sept. issue of PSL)

10/8 Presbybop (p.1) 10/9 Men’s Breakfast (p.3) 10/9&10 Bears for Bread

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10/10 Women’s Book Club (p.3) 10/17 Flu Shots (p.3) 10/17 Hike (p.3)

10/23 Line Dancing (p.6)

PSL deadline

Articles, photos and items of interest for the November issue of Pine Street Life are due by October 15, 2010. Please e-mail to Sue Black at BL3COL@aol.com

Music at Pine Street is pleased to open the 2010 – 2011 season with a performance by the nationally recognized jazz quartet, Presbybop, presenting Jazz for a Sacred Space on Friday evening, October 8 at 7:30 p.m. Presbybop is a venture of Bill Carter, jazz pianist and Presbyterian minister. After years of pretending to split the life of faith from the music of jazz, Bill has been trying to find links between the two halves of his brain. Presbybop is his attempt to integrate his strong Presbyterian faith with the rhythms of bebop. In 1993 he formed the Presbybop Quartet with Al Hamme, his college music professor from Binghamton University. Beginning with original lineup of drummer Tom Whaley and bassist Tony Marino, the band has evolved into a consort of musicians who have been turning heads on the musical scene — and adding new dimensions to the faith and worship of the Christian church.

Based in northeastern Pennsylvania, this group of consummate professionals has presented concerts and jazz worship services in churches around the country. Their music has been widely acclaimed. To date, Bill’s Presbybop Quartet has recorded seven compact discs. Bill Carter spends most of his time as a busy pastor in a bustling church. Yet he keenly senses that God wants him to use his musical gifts as a means of reaching people with the good news of God’s grace, peace, and joy. His jazz ministry has received national recognition, and has served as a model for integrating the arts in Christian ministry.

The Musicians Bill Carter is the founder and leader of the Presbybop Quartet. He is a busy freelance pianist, recording artist, and clinician in northeastern Pennsylvania, (See Presbybop on page 2)

“Surviving the Holidays” Seminars By Dr. Russell Sullivan

Our pastor, Russell Sullivan, and parish associate, Heather Sigler, will host a GriefShare Surviving the Holidays seminar, to be held on Wednesday, November 10. You have the option of participating in the seminar at either 10:30 a.m. or at 6:00 p.m. that day at the church. This seminar offers practical, actionable strategies for making it through the holiday

(See Grief on page 2)


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Page 2 recorded with Phil Woods, Tom Harrell, Slam Stewart, Bucky Pizzarelli, and has where he makes his home. Bill has taught jazz piano and toured with the big bands of Les Elgart, Jimmy jazz history at Marywood Dorsey, and Sammy Kaye. University in Scranton, Al has performed with Liza Pennsylvania for the past Minelli, Natalie Cole, Clark eleven years. A graduate Terry, Marian McPartland, of Binghamton University and Bill Mays. He can be and Princeton Theological Seminary, Bill has maintained heard on various recordings a dual career as a jazz pianist on National Public Radio and a Presbyterian minister. with Slam Stewart and Frank Wess. He has served for over Tony Marino plays his eighteen years as the pastor bass around the world. He and head of staff at the began his professional career First Presbyterian Church as a house bassist in many of Clarks Summit, PA. The of the clubs and resorts in author of six books and numerous published articles, the Poconos and Catskill Mountains, providing Rev. Carter is a highly regarded speaker, teacher, and back-up to a myriad of well-known entertainers. workshop leader. Tony performs and tours Al Hamme directed internationally with the the Jazz Music program Dave Liebman Group. at Binghamton University He plays and records with (SUNY) for over 30 years Broadway’s Betty Buckley before retiring in 1997. and with jazz pianist Kenny A virtuoso performer on Werner, and is one of the saxophones, clarinet, and rising stars of the jazz world. flute, Al is well-known as a Ron Vincent is a native band leader, music educator, of Rhode Island and a and concert artist. He has

graduate of the Berklee College of Music. He began his career as a professional drummer in Boston, South Florida, and Kansas City before settling in New York City in 1982. A veteran of the New York jazz scene, his most notable credit is his tenure with Gerry Mulligan. He recorded four CDs with Mr. Mulligan. He has also recorded with jazz greats such as Phil Woods, Lee Konitz, Randy Brecker, Bob Brookmeyer, John Lewis, and Carol Sloane. Ron has received a National Endowment for the Arts grant for jazz performance. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. and a donation of $10.00 is suggested at the door. Please come and bring your friends to this new venture in Music at Pine Street. The series has always been dedicated to bringing the best great music to the Harrisburg community, and this extends that venture into the great American art form, jazz! x

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ambush you and suck you under at times. But you can choose to walk through this season in a way that honors your loved one and puts you on the path of health and healing. To register or find out more about GriefShare’s Surviving the Holidays, call the church office at 238-9304, or sign up for the Seminar at the Welcome Center in the Gathering Place. x

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season. At this two-hour seminar, you’ll view a video featuring advice from people in grief who’ve faced the holidays after their loss. You’ll hear insights from respected Christian counselors, pastors and psychologists. You’ll receive a Holiday Survival Guide with over 30 encouraging readings, helpful charts and tips to manage the holiday season during this difficult time.

At GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays, you’ll meet with other grieving people who have an understanding of what you’re going through. They won’t judge you or force you to share, but will accept you where you are and will offer comfort and support. “When I went to GriefShare,” said one participant, “I realized there are different ways to grieve.” Your holiday season won’t be easy; your emotions may

Bagels and Belief Topics & Speakers October 3, 2010 What we believe about God Rev. Russell Sullivan

November 7, 2010 What we believe about Jesus Christ Rev. Alex Lang

January 2, 2011 What we believe about the Holy Spirit Rev. Heather Sigler

February 6, 2011 What we believe about the Trinity Dr. Lee Barrett

March 6, 2011 What we believe about God’s Ultimate Purpose Rev. Russell Sullivan

April 3, 2011 What we believe about the Church Rev. Heather Sigler

May 2, 2011 What we believe about Evil Rev. Alex Lang

June 5, 2011 What we believe about Christianity and Other Religions Guest Presenter

Bagels & Belief meets in Fellowship Hall at 9:40 a.m.


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Session Notes for September Approved safe church policy for the care and protection of our children and youth. Moved to purchase a lectern Bible in memory of Wayne Ewing. Approved request for Undesignated Gift Funds.

Mission Possible Update

the day, even better way to prepare for worship on Sunday. Arrive by 7 a.m. to help with set-up and enjoy fellowship and coffee and cheer on the cooks and those brewing the coffee. Breakfast is at served at 8 a.m., conversation and fellowship will follow. End by 9 a.m. Sign up at the Welcome Center in the Gathering Place. Plan ahead: the breakfast for November 13, 2010 will once again be held to honor our military veterans. Those who have served in our nation's military are invited guests that morning.

Men’s Breakfast By Marty Gruver

Pine Street Men will meet for breakfast on Saturday, October 9, 2010. Great way to start

By Joanne Alwine

The Visiting Nurse Association will administer flu shots for Pine Street members on Sunday October 17 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Cost is $33 (cash or check, no credit cards) or bring your current insurance card. Please register at the Welcome Center or call the church office. For more information, contact Joanne Alwine.

Pine StreetWalkers by Marty Gruver

By Debbie Olson

HersheyPark volunteers earned about $275 for the Mission Possible Fund in August. We are still interested in more volunteers. A sign-up sheet is still in the Gathering Place. We are volunteering in the Food and Beverage areas and HersheyPark is open on weekends for special events in the fall and winter. And we will be able to volunteer at the GIANT Center over the winter and spring months. The Mission Committee thanks all who have volunteered and those who have signed up to participate but have not as yet been able to volunteer.

Plan Now, Stay Healthy

Mission Day

Volunteer with Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg By Debbie Olson

On Saturday, October 2, 2010 members of Pine Street, in conjunction with Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg, will be volunteering time to a homeowner in Camp Hill who needs cleaning of gutters, installation of a fluorescent light fixture in the laundry area, coating of a wall in the basement with Drylok® to alleviate moisture intrusion, installation of a handrail on the front concrete entrance stoop and steps, trimming of tree branches that are touching the house and roof, and repointing of the chimney. Sign up in the Gathering Place. For more information contact Roger Olson at 533-4548.

You are invited to join the Pine StreetWalkers for a stroll in the woods after worship on Sunday, October 17, 2010. We will “walk” along the ridge of Peters Mountain to Table Rock and back for a round trip of three miles. No elevation to negotiate, just some roots and rocks to step over. Table Rock will offer a great view of Clarks Valley and the mountain ridges to the south and west. If timing is right, the fall colors may be present. Meet at 1 p.m. at Fort Hunter parking lot (barn parking lot, first row by pavilion) in order to carpool to the trail head on top of Peters Mountain. The parking lot at the top of Peters Mt. off of PA Route 225 is small and may be full. Sign up at the Welcome Center. Hike day contact is Marty Gruver, cell phone 5803012.

Women’s Book Club Pine Street’s Women’s Book Club will meet at the home of Pam Bauer on October 10 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss Kathryn Stockett’s book The Help. The reviewer will be Barbara Neff. To RSVP or for more information contact Pam Bauer at 697-0658.

Residents Enjoy Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social by Barb Taylor

An old fashioned ice cream social was enjoyed August 18 by eight members of Pine Street’s Mission Committee and 25–30 residents of Presbyterian Apartments on 2nd Street and Pine. Although several of the churns were a bit “hesitant,” still the ice cream, like the loaves and fishes, expanded with plenty for all, and was enhanced by fresh peaches and of course pretzels. A good time was had by all. This is the third recent interaction between the two groups, the others being a Christmas party and a Bible Study, thus reinstituting a relationship of some years back. Watch for future opportunities to get together with our friends at Presbyterian Apartments.


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Fire Safety Plans Are In Place by Cheryl A. Goode

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rganized and founded in 1858, Pine Street Presbyterian Church is the second oldest church in Harrisburg. Our elegant Gothic Revival architecture was altered and enlarged in both 1875–76 and 1924–26. Other renovations have been done throughout the years. We have three levels in our building. The first floor or lower level houses ten Sunday school classrooms for adults and children. The second level of the building is the main level where we worship and gather. You will find the main office, sanctuary, Gathering Place, Fellowship Hall and the kitchen here. The third level of our building houses the choir room, library, staff offices and a few classrooms. The church provides us with a space to come together each week for worship and education. “The Old School founders of Pine Street created a worship space that would glorify God and inspire deeper personal and corporate commitment, praise and thanksgiving among participants — then and in the future.” It is our responsibility to make sure we honor the church by continuing to care for this structure and insure its future. One of the ways to do this is to educate ourselves on safety

issues, specifically fire safety. Peter Hollander, our building manager and I have been working this summer on updating the emergency evacuation plan for the church. You may notice that the evacuation plans are posted in classrooms, as well as other appropriate places in the church. The next step to insure fire safety is to educate. This fall the Deacons and Sunday school teachers will be trained in case of a fire emergency. We will implement a fire drill twice a year and the congregation will be notified when the first one is to take place. The second will be a true fire drill. I will be visiting each classroom this fall to talk about the emergency evacuation plans, the importance of attendance sheets and the serious nature of following the evacuation plans. We are called to be Disciples of Christ and good stewards. In being good stewards we must be prepared to take care of each other and our building if an emergency should arise and by doing so we insure our future. x

New Member Picnic a “Rousing Success” By Joanne Winger

On Sunday, August 22nd, the new members and shepherds that were able to attend enjoyed a wonderful picnic at Judy and Bob Hall’s home. It was a time of getting to know one another in a setting outside of church. This last year, we had 9 new members become part of the family of Pine Street. They are all special people with many and varied gifts. I’m happy to report that they all have become active in the life of the church, serving in many different capacities. We all were excited to see each other and got a special treat. . .meeting “Eli” for the first time. Needless to say, there was much joy welcoming the newest member of Pine Street. The picnic was a total success, even though we ran into problems trying to find a date that would suit everyone. But those of us who could attend, enjoyed the welcoming feeling pervading the Hall’s home. The food was wonderful and enjoyed thoroughly. This was an important time for new members to get to know shepherds they hadn’t met before. And, it was a rousing success. Another new member class started September 12th. So a date will be set soon for the next new member/shepherd picnic next May. Remember to keep our new members and their shepherds in your prayers and consider becoming involved in this vital ministry. x

New members Top: Lauren & Justin Bruce Middle: Lauren Bruce & Jean Lonie Left: Courtney Lang with Eli


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By Christine Ewing

It’s back! Yes, we are reviving the monthly Stewardship Communiqué column that began during the 2007 Stewardship and Capital Campaigns and Building Renovations Committee work. There was so much to communicate then. Although it’s now a different time in the life of our church, we’ll always have important information to communicate. This column will not be a constant reminder asking for money. Yes, we will talk about the annual Stewardship campaign, but during the year this column will include articles about the expansion of Stewardship in our lives by sharing our time and talents, not just our treasures. Next month we’ll preview titles of some upcoming articles. Also, let us hear from you about this column and what topics you would like us to include. Please leave your request, marked Stewardship Communiqué, c/o Chris Ewing, at the Welcome Center. Consecration Sunday Is Coming By John Goodrich, Stewardship Chairperson

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ongregations that approach financial stewardship from a biblical perspective do not view the money Christians give to their church merely as a way to pay its bills. Rather, such congregations see financial contributions as a way to help people grow spiritually in their relationship with God by supporting their church’s mission and ministry with a percentage of their incomes. Our congregation’s Stewardship Committee has selected once again the New Consecration Sunday Stewardship Program as a way to teach the biblical and spiritual principles of generous giving in our stewardship education emphasis this year. New Consecration Sunday is based on the biblical philosophy of the need of the giver to give for his or her own spiritual development, rather than on the need of the church to receive. Instead of treating people like members of a social club who should pay dues, we will treat people like followers of Jesus Christ who want to give unselfishly as an act of discipleship. New Consecration Sunday encourages people toward proportionate and systematic giving in response to the question, “What percentage of my income is God calling me to give?” During morning worship on Consecration Sunday, November 14, we are asking our attendees and members

to make their financial commitments to our church’s missionary, benevolent, and educational ministries in this community and around the world. Every attendee and member who “What completes an Estimate of Giving percentage of Card does so voluntarily by attending my income morning worship on Consecration is God calling Sunday. We urge people to attend who me to give?” feel strongly opposed to completing a card. The procedure is done in such a way that no one feels personal embarrassment if he or she chooses not to fill out a card. We will do no home solicitation to ask people to complete cards. During morning worship our guest leader will conduct a brief period of instruction and inspiration, climaxed by members making their commitments as a confidential act of worship. We will encourage participation in Consecration Sunday events through the Stewardship Committee and officers. Since we will make no follow-up visits to ask people to complete their cards, we will make every effort to inform, inspire, and commit everyone to attend Consecration Sunday worship, on November 14. Thanks in advance for your enthusiastic participation in Consecration Sunday events. x

What shall I return to the Lord for all of his bounty to me?

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Bears for Bread By Sue Black

Loretta Smith and some Pine Street helpers have been busy making stuffed bears to sell at East Pennsboro Township’s Pumpkin Fest at AdamsRicci Park on October 9 & 10. The bears will be available for a $10 donation and all proceeds given to Downtown Daily Bread. Loretta’s goal has been to make 200 bears, which would mean a contribution of $2000 to DDB. No two of the colorful fleece bears are exactly alike and are kid-friendly, machine washable and dryable. Come to Pumpkin Fest and support Loretta and DDB.

Loretta Smith and Margaret Mielke display bears for DDB fundraiser

Mark your calendar for FUN! KOALA Club KOALA stands for Kids On A Lifelong Adventure. Please reserve your Wednesday evenings this fall from 6:00 – 7:15 p.m. for this adventure in learning and fun at KOALA CLUB. This program includes students from 1st through 5th grades. This program will run from October through May with a suggested donation of $30.00 to help cover costs of the materials needed. Sign-ups are now in progress at the Welcome Center. You may also contact Cheryl Goode at 238-9304 x105 or e-mail cgoode@ pinestreet.org for registration information.

2010 – 2011 Program Guide Copies of A Faith for All Seasons, Pine Street’s 2010 – 2011 program guide are available in the Gathering Place. The program guide contains a comprehensive listing of opportunities for education, mission and fellowship at Pine Street.

Country Western, Line Dancing Costume party. The Congregational Life Committee invites you to come kick up your heels! Join us for the Country Western, Line Dancing Costume party. We will gather in the Boyd building gym on Saturday, October 23, 6–8 p.m. There will be light refreshments and games! Cost is $5.00 per person. Sign up at the Welcome Center or call Cheryl Goode at 238-9304 x105. Family Retreat. Save the date! LOF…..Lots of Families, following the Good Shepherd. Pine Street’s first ever families retreat with kids. Come join us at Camp Hebron in Halifax on Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6. The cost of the retreat is $70.00 per adult and $25.00 per child. This includes lodging and meals. Come join us as we connect with God, nature and each other. For more information please call the church or e-mail cgoode@pinestreet.org. Church School and Choir began September 19 for children in grades K-5. Choir meets at 9:30 a.m. and Church School follows at 9:55 a.m. Activities begin in room 108 at 9:30 sharp! Hope to see all our children at both choir and Church School throughout the year.

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Lectionary Readings for October Friday, October 1 Psalm 84 Hosea 4:11-19 Luke 6:12-26

Thursday, October 7 Psalm 97 Hosea 9:1-9 Luke 7:36-50

Wednesday, October 13 Tuesday, October 19 Monday, October 25 Friday, October 29 Psalm 15 Psalm 54 Psalm 62 Psalm 84; 148 Hosea 13:1-3 Micah 3:1Jonah 1:17–2:10 Nahum 2:13—3:7 Luke 9:1-17 Luke 10:1-16 Luke 11:14-26 Luke 12:13-31

Saturday, October 2 Friday, October 8 Psalm 63 Psalm 51 Hosea 5:1-7 Hosea 9:10-17 Luke 6:27-38 Luke 8:1-15

Thursday, October 14 Psalm 36 Hosea 13:4-8 Luke 9:18-27

Wednesday, October 20 Tuesday, October 26 Saturday, October 30 Psalm 65 Psalm 12; 146 Psalm 63 Micah 3:9–4:5 Jonah 3:1–4:11 Nahum 3:8-19 Luke 10:17-24 Luke 11:27-36 Luke 12:32-48

Sunday, October 3 Psalm 137 Lamentations 1:1-6 Luke 17:5-10 2 Timothy 1:1-14

Saturday, October 9 Psalm 104 Hosea 10:1-15 Luke 8:16-25

Friday, October 15 Psalm 130 Hosea 13:9-16 Luke 9:28-36

Thursday, October 21 Psalm 143 Micah 5:1-4,10-15 Luke 10:25-37

Monday, October 4 Psalm 5 Hosea 6:7—7:7 Luke 6:39-49

Sunday, October 10 Psalm 66:1-12 Jeremiah 29:1,4-7 Luke 17:11-19 2 Timothy 2:8-15

Saturday, October 16 Friday, October 22 Psalm 56 Psalm 88 Hosea 14:1-9 Micah 6:1-8 Luke 9:37-50 Luke 10:38-42

Tuesday, October 5 Psalm 42 Hosea 7:8-16 Luke 7:1-17

Monday, October 11 Psalm 135 Hosea 11:12–12:1 Luke 8:26-39

Sunday, October 17 Psalm 119:97-104 Jeremiah 31:27-34 Luke 18:1-8 2 Timothy 3:14–4:5

Wednesday, October 6 Tuesday, October 12 Monday, October 18 Psalm 89:1-18 Psalm 123 Psalm 57 Hosea 8:1-14 Hosea 12:2-14 Micah 2:1-13 Luke 7:18-35 Luke 8:40-56 Luke 9:51-62

Saturday, October 23 Psalm 122 Micah 7:1-7 Luke 11:1-13 Sunday, October 24 Psalm 65 Joel 2:23-32 Luke 18:9-14 2 Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18

Wednesday, October 27 Sunday, October 31 Psalm 96 Psalm 119:187-177 Nahum 1:1-14 Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4 Luke 11:37-52 Luke 19:1-10 2 Thess. 1:1-4, 11-12 Thursday,October 28 Psalm 116 Nahum 1:15–2:12 Luke 11:53–12:12

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