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Vol. XX, No. 22 | OC TOBER 30, 2010

Pray

Pray First

Ladies, join us as we pray for our church, families, state, and world, November 1, 12:00–12:30 pm, Parlor. We would love to pray with and for you. For more information or to submit prayer requests, contact Carri Case, kcases@swbell.net or 214-363-0558.

Perspectives is coming to PCPC in January 2011

Men's weekly prayer breakfast

Join us Tuesdays, 6:30–7:30 am, in Fellowship Hall for the PCPC Men's Weekly Prayer Breakfast with Mark Davis and Pete Deison. The breakfast is light, and it is free! Can't make it? Watch the videos at www. pcpcmen.org. Contact lawan.glasscock@pcpc. org or 214-224-2739.

Perspectives is a 15-week discipleship course taking students five miles deep into the Bible and helps them get a clearer picture of the church’s role in God’s grand plan. Teachers include Mark Davis, Kurt Nelson, Patrick Lafferty, and Elliott Greene. Visit www.pcpcmissions.org/world to watch a video, view the full speaker list, and find out general details. Early registration is coming soon! Contact marzena.dunham@pcpc.org or 214-224-2523.

Prayer for the World

with speaker

RAY NIXON Thursday, November 11, noon Fellowship Hall • $10 RSVP at www.pcpc.org/registrations with payment by Sunday, November 7, midnight. contact lawan.glasscock@pcpc.org or 214-224-2739

Join us as we pray for our PCPC-supported missionaries, Sunday, November 7, 8:30 am–9:15 am, Parlor. Can't make it? Feel free to stop by every first Sunday at 8:30 am in the Parlor. Contact marzena.dunham@pcpc. org or 214-224-2523.

All-church, all-night Prayer Vigil Save the date for this time of prayer with your PCPC family, November 12–13, 6:00 pm–10:00 am, 7431 Caruth Blvd. Sign-up for a one-hour time slot at www.mysignup.com/boldprayer. Contact amy.tassos@pcpc.org or 214-224-2740.

Because of Christ and our faith in him, we can now come boldly and confidently into God's presence." Ephesians 3:12

Trans:parenting meeting for parents of fifth–eighth graders  2

How to teach your grandchildren about God   2

Women in the Word workshop coming soon  3

Free video downloads of the men's prayer studies  4

Park Cities Presbyterian Church exists to extend the transforming presence of the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ in Dallas and to the world.


o u r fa m i ly Marriages z Nancy Hanks Chandler and Neil Johnson West on September 4, 2010

Death z Ellen "Carolyn" Carpenter Williams (CC#02) on October 14, 2010

Sympathy z Niki Rodolico (CC#19/Veritas) on the loss of her father, Charles Rodolico, on October 9, 2010 z Dana and Bill Solomon Jr. (CC#09) on the loss of his grandmother; Bill, Florence, Austin, and Bryant Solomon (CC#09) on the loss of their greatgrandmother, Margaret Moore Solomon, on October 16, 2010 z Carolyn Marks (CC#10) on the loss of her mother; Kathryn and David Kuehn (CC#14) on the loss of her grandmother; Andrew and Christopher Kuehn (CC#14) on the loss of their great-grandmother; Ellen and Ed Verlanic on the loss of her grandmother; Karch and Call Verlanic on the loss of their greatgrandmother; Janet and Daniel Peavy (CC#18/Vineyard) on the loss of his grandmother; Mary Jean, Maggie, and Daniel Peavy (CC#18) on the loss of their great-grandmother, Carolyn Williams, on October 14, 2010

a nn o u n c e m e nts Everyone

Cans for the Kingdom food drive The Cans for the Kingdom food drive is collecting canned foods for the annual Christmas Food Baskets project, Saturday, December 11. We need 10,000 cans so we can pack 5,000 food boxes. Bring your cans to our collection bins in the main hallway and children's wing. Contact christina.spruill@pcpc.org or 214-224-2520.

PCPC adoption conference

Hear from PCPC families who have adopted children, Friday and Saturday, February 18–19. We'll have panel discussions, guest speakers, and personal testimonies. Invite your friends. Contact betty. montague@pcpc.org or 214-224-2683.

youth ministries

Students serving students

Fifth-twelfth graders will serve other students at Voice of Hope's tutoring program on Saturday, November 6. We will meet at the PCPC Hangout at 9:30 am and return by 1:00 pm. Contact lily.riemer@pcpc.org or 214-224-2762.

Middle school Pit Stop

Pit Stop will meet Wednesday, November 10, 7:008:00 pm, at the Hangout. Students are encouraged to invite their friends and bring their Bibles. Contact lily. riemer@pcpc.org or 214-224-2762.

Trans:parenting meeting

Parents of all fifth­­-eighth graders are invited to this open discussion on raising middle school students, November 11, 7:00 pm, 3528 Hanover, 75225. A panel of parents who survived the years of raising middle schoolers will share their insight by answering any questions you might have. E-mail lily.riemer@pcpc.org with any questions you would like the panel of parents to answer by November 5.

Makeover party

All sixth-grade girls are invited to our Makeover Party, Friday, November 5, 7:00–8:30 pm, Oak Lawn West. We'll have a girly time doing our hair, make up, and dress. Bring your best makeover supplies and dress up clothes. Contact miranda.murphy@pcpc.org or 214-202-5672.

“The Bible’s commands are not glum duties but surprising doorways into intimacy with God.” —Andrée Seu

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adult ministries

Retirement home worship schedule

z Sunday, October 31, 3:30 pm: White Rock Court z Thursday, November 4, 3:00 pm: Monticello z Sunday November 7, 2:00 pm: Caruth Haven; 3:30 pm: White Rock Court; 4:00 pm: The Forum z Thursday, November 11, 3:00 pm: Monticello; 3:00 pm: Edgemere

How to teach your grandchildren about God

Ben Dickerson will show us how to teach our grandchildren about God, Sunday, November 14, 9:30–10:45 am, Fellowship Hall. Contact jane. beasley@pcpc.org or 214-224-2771.

missions and church planting

Missionary Mailings

The holiday season can be difficult for missionaries serving away from home. We will have a special Missionary Mailings to write holiday notes of love and support to our missionaries, Sunday, November 7, 12:10–1:15 pm, Room 260. Children are welcome. Contact marzena.dunham@pcpc.org or 214-224-2523.

Missions and church planting volunteer

Help our missions ministry with filing, copying, labeling, mailing, and more for four hours a week. Contact marzena.dunham@pcpc.org or 214-224-2523.

urban ministries

Voice of Hope meal

Help us serve a meal to families of West Dallas on November 13. Also, we need frozen turkeys. Register at dsolis@voiceofhope.org or 214-631-0067.

Union Gospel Mission meals

Help us serve meals to the homeless November 24–26 and December 24–25. Contact Paul Galahity at 214-637-6117.

ARM and ROD meal

Join us as we serve a meal to clients at Adult Rehabilitation Ministry (ARM) and Restoration Outreach of Dallas (ROD) on November 25. Register with Cynthia Jackson at 214-417-8589.

ARM Bible study

Join other PCPC men as we walk alongside men coming out of a life controlled by addiction and into a life controlled by Christ. Contact Gil Sheehan, PCPC Ministry Coordinator for ARM, at gsheehan@ barrington-itd.com or 214-528-1519.

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Toddlers! Bring your mom to

SONG STORY

SECOND MONDAYS • 10:45-11:30 am • Room 122 Contact heather.holmes@pcpc.org, 214-224-2780

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October

10:00 am–3:30 pm  Fall Festival, Voice of Hope, 817-801-5335

November

12:00–12:30 pm  Women's Pray First, Parlor, 214-363-0558 7:00–8:30 pm  Girls' makeover party, Oak Lawn West, 202-5672

PCA Global Missions Conference, shelley.accardy@mtw.org 9:30 am–1:00 pm Student-to-student tutoring, Voice of Hope, 224-2762 8:30–9:15 am  Prayer for the world, Parlor, 224-2523 12:10–1:15 pm  Missionary Mailings, Room 260, 224-2551 Urban Holiday Expo, PCPC, 224-2520 North Texas Presbytery meeting, 224-2775 9 10 7:00–8:00 pm  Middle school Pit Stop, Hangout, 224-2762 11 10:00 am–12:30 pm 60+ Community Bible Conference, 224-2771 12:00 pm–1:30 pm  Workplace Ministry lunch, Fellowship Hall, 224-2739 7:00 pm  Trans:parenting meeting, 3528 Hanover, 75225, 224-2762 12–13 6:00 pm–10:00 am  Prayer Vigil, 7431 Caruth Blvd., 224-2740 8:00 am  Helping Hands Day, Room 263, 224-2742 13 13–21 PCPC Arts Festival, 224-2739 14 9:30–10:45 am Teach your grandchildren, Fellowship Hall, 224-2771 25-26 PCPC offices closed, 224-2500

Women in the Word: A workshop

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ave you ever wondered about a practical way to talk about scripture with your next door neighbor? Perhaps you always wanted to know how to apply the Word of God to an everyday life situation. Or maybe you’ve always want to have confidence in teaching children, leading a small group in your home, teaching a lesson from the Bible in front of a larger group, or giving a thoughtful answer to a question posed from a skeptic. If so, this conference is just the place for you. Women in the Word is an opportunity for you to grow in your understanding of practical ways to engage Christian teaching. Women in the Word is centered on helping women who love God’s word improve their ability to interpret, apply, and present Scripture to others. Through this conference, we want to grow together in communicating the Word of God to everyone around you, whether in a formal setting like a Bible study or perhaps a front yard conversation with your neighbor. God’s Word can be used in every situation. Join us Friday and Saturday, January 28-29, 2011, at PCPC in talking together about how to use it for His glory in all areas of our lives. Pick up a brochure on the Women’s Ministry table and be sure to register. Space limited. Cost is $85. Registration by Friday, December 17. Contact ann.higginbottom@pcpc.org or 214-224-2725.

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December

8:00 am  Christmas Helping Hands Day, Room 263, 224-2742 10:00 am–12:30 pm 60+ Community Bible Conference, 224-2771 9:00 am–1:00 pm Christmas Food Baskets, 6100 Cedar Springs, 224-2520 7:00 pm  Magnificat! A Christmas celebration concert, Sanctuary, 224-2635 PCPC offices closed, 224-2500 noon  PCPC offices closed, 224-2500

January

16 Adkins and Nielson concert, Cambridge Hall, 224-2633 28–29 Women in the Word: A workshop, 224-2725

February

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Alex McDonald concert, Cambridge Hall, 224-2633 PCPC adoption conference, 224-2683

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Spring break mission trip, TbarM Sports Camp, 224-2762 4:00–6:00 pm  Kara Welch and Bradley Welch concert, Sanctuary, 224-2635

March

Reserve a poinsettia

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ach Christmas season we offer PCPC members the opportunity to purchase a poinsettia ($7.50 each) in memory of or honor of a friend or family member. They will be in the Sanctuary, Sunday, December 12, and there will be a bulletin insert that morning listing the names of the donor and the recipient. Our chancel area will be wreathed in these beautiful plants for our worship services on December 12, December 19, and Christmas Eve. You may take your plant with you following the Christmas Eve evening services. Please fill out the form below (when ordering multiple plants, please write information on a separate sheet of paper and attach to the form) and mail it no later than November 30 to insure that your gift is listed in the bulletin insert. Requests received later than Thursday, December 2, will likely miss the insert printing deadline. Please reserve one plant in honor of:

Park Cities Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Church in America 4124 Oak Lawn Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 214-224-2500 www.pcpc.org www.facebook.com/parkcitiespca www.twitter.com/pcpcnews

Sunday worship 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 am

Communion Sundays, 8:00–9:00 am Wednesdays, 5:30–6:00 pm

24/7 prayer hotline or

214-224-2680 or 24/7prayer@pcpc.org

in memory of:

Given by:

General fund Phone number of donor with area code: Make checks ($7.50 per plant) payable to PCPC and mail to PCPC, attention Jayne Bjork, 4124 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219 (mail or hand-delivery to be received by Thursday, December 2!)

budget 2010/2011 operating budget Budget for July 1, 2010–October 17, 2010 G iving for July 1, 2010–October 17, 2010 Budget variance

$10,700,000 $2,452,547 $2,493,939 $41,391

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1. Do you find yourself doodling during worship service? 2. Do you snap photos weekly? 3. Do you own a beret? (Any color will do.)

If you answered yes to any of these questions, we need you! Consider sitting with the art collection for a two-hour time slot during the PCPC Arts Festival, November 13–21, 10:00 am–6:00 pm. Contact lawan.glasscock@pcpc.org or 214224-2739.

October 17, 2010 It's biography week! Stop by the Library Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–5:00 pm and Sunday, 9:00 am–1:00 pm, to learn about these interesting personalities. DVDs new to the library include a series on John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, and the Scottish Covenanters. Additional DVDs include Magic School Bus, The Lone Ranger, and Curious George. For youth, we have written biographies on Augustine of Hippo, John Calvin, and Robert Schumann.

Aubrey Jane Allison daughter of Cameron and Travis Allison

Samuel Greyson Davis son of Kristina and Mark Davis

video downloads You can download the video for each men's prayer breakfast session at:

www.pcpcmen.org

www.twitter.com/pcpcnews www.facebook/parkcitiespca

Jack Kent Nichols son of Jessica and Jason Nichols

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