9:30 & 11 a.m. Worship 9:30 The Ark, UpStreet, true: faith 11 a.m. The Ark, UpStreet, Confirmation Class 12:15 Classic Movie Afternoon, FMC 6 p.m. true: High School Ministry, Student Activity Center
9:30 a.m. Disciple 2, library 7 p.m. Disciple 1, library
10 a.m. Icing on the Cake, A
Announcements week of March 11th Classic Movie Afternoon— TODAY Join PrimeTime for another classic movie afternoon. We will show The Philadelphia Story in the Family Ministry Center after the 11 a.m. service, beginning with a light lunch served “drafthouse” style at about 12:15 p.m.
The Philadelphia Story is a romantic comedy from 1940. Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart star in the tale of a faultfinding, bride-to-be socialite who gets her comeuppance.
5:30 p.m. Dinner @ Wednesday Night Live 6 p.m. true: tween / true: middle school, Student Activity Center 6:30 p.m. Kids’ Choice, FMC :: Foundations, 7
9:30 a.m. Mothers of Young Children Devotional, FMC 10 a.m. ARCM, B 7 p.m. Worship Choir, sanctuary
9:30 & 11 a.m. Worship 9:30 The Ark, UpStreet, true: faith 11 a.m. The Ark, UpStreet, Confirmation Class 6 p.m. true: High School Ministry, Student Activity Center
No reservations are required. CAYA — our college and young adult group — wants YOU to join them at Panera Sundays 11-ish (after 9:30 worship) for Bible study and conversation. See ya! Today is Girl Scout Sunday. The beginning of Girl Scout Week, which includes the organization’s founding day, March 12th, we recognize the Girl Scouts in our congregation. (We recognize our Boy Scouts on their Sunday, which in 2012 was February 5th.) This is an extra-special year, as the Girl Scouts are celebrating their centennial. Congratulations!
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Hear ye! Hear ye! Help for the hearing impaired Did you know that SHPC has hearing assist devices that will make the service sound crystal clear? Now you will be able to hear every word as if it was spoken directly to you. Please see our sound techs in the Sound Room. Cell phone etiquette Please remember to silence your cell phone during the worship service. And rememberâ€”unless you are texting God, those text messages can probably wait till the service is over.
Please check the area by the basket in the narthex as well as in the kitchen for your belongings... both areas are overflowing! Current contents will be donated to Goodwill in two weeks. 2
Please take a moment to fill a name tag out (or bring yours from home). This is a great way for you to meet someone new and make people feel welcome.
Children’s Ministry Nursery care is provided in Room 3 for children from birth to 24 months of age during the 9:30 & 11 a.m. worship services. The Ark Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. – noon 9:30 2 yr. olds — Room 1 3 yr. olds — Room 6 4 yr. olds & pre-K— Room 8 11 2 yr. olds — Room 1 3 yr. olds - pre-K — Room 6 UpStreet Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. - noon 9:30 Kindergarten through 4th grade — Family Ministry Center 5th grade — Portable B 11 Kindergarten through 5th grade — Family Ministry Center
— standing for what is right, even when others don’t
San Antonio Mission Trail Bus Trip, March 21st
Interested in becoming part of SHPC?
Join our chartered bus trip to San Antonio to explore centuries of the history and culture of four missions on the Mission Trail in San Antonio. Visit Mission Concepción, Mission San José, Mission San Juan Capistrano and Mission San Francisco de la Espada with a professional tour guide. Learn about mission life in the 18th century and its place in Texas heritage.
The next SHPC Inquirers' Classes will be held at church on March 18th & 25th, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Visitors wishing to join the congregation or considering membership should sign up now. The Session will receive class participants wishing to join into church membership later in the year. Childcare is available, but reservations must be made in advance. To learn more, please contact the church office at 8923580.
WE’LL LEAVE FROM SHPC on Wednesday, March 21st at 8 a.m. via chartered bus (handicap accessible). Visit 4 missions and enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the mission’s grounds. Return to SHPC at about 5 p.m. THIS TRIP IS OPEN to ALL SHPC adults. The $35 price includes the bus, professional guide, box lunch, gratuities and entrance fees. Payment of by check or cash in the narthex TODAY will hold your seat. 3
true high school To my fellow parents of high school students, I’m Derek Fisher. Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing with you some of the reasons why I am so thankful my daughter attends true High School on Sunday evenings and why I hope you’ll encourage your child to attend as well. No matter where they are in their spiritual journey, attending true High School gives your child an opportunity to explore and grow in their faith through programs like the Student Alpha course — which they are currently working through. It’s a time where they can learn, talk and ask questions that will them help solidify their foundation of faith in an open, safe, and fun environment.
SHPC Mops is going strong! All moms of pre-school aged children are invited to join. We meet from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 most 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month. Meetings include a brunchstyle breakfast, discussion and the following:
true High School meets Sunday evenings from 6 – 7:30 p.m. in the Student Activity Center (portables C&D).
Ÿ March 22nd – Spring Tea with a guest speaker from Joy Pottery
Ÿ April 12th – Craft Day Ÿ April 26th – Nutrition information from a licensed dietician Ÿ May 10th - Spa Day Invite a friend to join, too! You will be welcomed, accepted and inspired to reach your full potential. Contact Summer Whitten (512) 496-5439 firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim Schafer (512) 699-9199 email@example.com for more information regarding membership and fees.
The Gift of Years PrimeTime Spring Retreat April 10-12, 2012
· ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED CHRISTIAN MEN will gather Thursday at 10 a.m. in portable B. Men, mark your calendars and come!
Michelle Hendrix will be our featured speaker. She retired from Grace Presbyterian in Houston where she coordinated activities for senior adults.
· FELLOWSHIP LUNCH BUNCH gathers at the BJ’s in Sunset Valley on Saturday, March 17th at 11:30 a.m. for another meal filled with friendship and laughter. To join in, contact Richard or Margaret Nakamura, 301-2602, before March 13th.
Camp Buckner (near Kingsland) is flat and easily accessible. It has motel-style rooms and five meals are included. Cost will be $195 per person, single occupancy or $145 per person, double occupancy. Carpools can be arranged. Payment is due by Mar 25th.
· GROAN-UPS GAME DAY gathers Tuesday, March 13th at 10 a.m. in Room 7. Join us for Spinner Dominoes or a game of your choice. Questions? Contact Stefan Haag at 288-3479
Come enjoy the discussions, games, vespers and fellowship. We always have a wonderful time. You're guaranteed to make new friends.
All young adults are welcome to come join FILO for our March activities. Today, March 11th, we'll be going to Westcave Cellars to hear the band "Strong Willed Pig" play. They'll be performing from 2 to 5 p.m. at Westcave's outdoor venue. You should recognize a few faces (okay, maybe all of them) in the band!
Contact Gay Langston (6076516), Norma Burchard (394-0131) or make reservations in the narthex Mar 11th or 18th.
Thank You for Caring!
Our monthly study group is sliding by one week due to our social event. We'll be continuing with the Rob Bell Nooma series. Meet us at 5:30 – 7 p.m. in the church library Sunday March 18th.
We rejoice in these recent contributions to the Caring Forever Endowment : ·
(50± Adult Ministry)
In honor of Stella & Tommy Warner: LaNelle McBee
Look for more info on Facebook and in your e-mail on upcoming events! Questions? Contact us:firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Caring Forever Endowment Fund is a permanent fund that is used to spread Christ's love in mission and ministry.
att, the special-needs bus driver Barbara Guerrero works with—Judy—Sherry Smith, recovering from a bad fall—Sally Schilstra, quite a lot of pain in her left hip—Sally Schilstra’s uncle, James Howell, undergoing experimental treatment for a blood disorder—Pat Franzolino, receiving hospice care—Pattie Lawrence, recovering from abdominal problems— Jessie Domicoli’s friend, Meghan Prehn, recovering from back surgery—Elizabeth Fisher’s friend, Josh Angeli, undergoing cancer treatments—Michelle Cooper, co-worker of Caren Zysk, double mastectomy—Sharon Cline, mother of Curtis Cline, suffering from dementia—Eddie Godina, friend of Kim & Curtis Cline, in ICU with complications of an intestinal infection—Denise Berry’s mother, Shirley Blum, recovering from surgery—family and friends of Bailey Crisp, 19, former student of Pattie Lawrence; Bailey and a friend were killed February 18th in a car accident—Steve & Jane Thompson’s friends who have recently been diagnosed with cancer: Sue Cervenka, Susan Parker, Richie Ross, Liz Barber, Theresa Eller, Chris Farris, and Jim Davis—Austin, the city where we’re planted—Pastor Kenneth Muyira and the congregation of Manyamula Presbyterian
Sorrows—Ruth Davis passed away quite unexpectedly June 28, 2011—Modena Daily's sister, Betty O’Hair, passed away on Sunday, February 26th—the father of Cecil Moss passed away very recently
Please pray for—Julian Dixon, 10-yr-old son of Gloria Drake’s daughter’s best friend, extremely ill with meningitis—Gracie, Gloria Drake’s granddaughter, allergic reaction to penicillin—Beth Armitage, pneumonia—Donna Gruver, the Gilchrists’ friend, battling cancer with only a short time to live— Father Oliver, brain surgery—Catie & Kyle Hall and their family, following the death of their 9-year-old son Christian—Susan Bright, friend of Connie Trevillion, recovering from severe rotator cuff surgery—Nancy Crane, friend of Connie Trevillion, recently-diagnosed breast cancer—Lisa Arbo, friend of Carol Gilchrist’s daughter, double mastectomy— lung-cancer sufferer Nicole Thibert, friend of the Ponts—Jane Hatfield, mother of Stacey Reynolds, undergoing breast cancer treatment— health improvement for Sherry & Robert Rasmus’ friend Elizabeth Eckstein, suffering with MS—Wy-
Please pray for our leaders and our loved ones in the military… Members of the Armed Forces and all world leaders involved in war zone crises including: John White, Susan’s husband... Mitch Guile, friend of Eddie & Stacey Reynolds... Teddy Sweredoski, friend of Stan & Jessica Wade... Lynda & Robert Wade’s niece’s husband Dan Ireland... David Lee Stowbridge, son of Oscar Erlanson's co-worker Robert Stowbridge... Rebekah Frost, neighbor of the Lawrence family... Pattie Lawrence's cousin, Mark Hollahan… Tyler Moser, son of a friend of Dee & Greg Merrell... Temple & Janet Ingram’s daughter Kate Ingram... Christopher Lehmann, son of Mark Lehmann... Larry Roberman, brother of Lori Whitmire... Derek & Kristi Fisher's nephew, John Fisher...
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Published on Mar 7, 2012
Published on Mar 7, 2012
"Yellow pages" insert for Sunday, March 11, 2012. Updates on the congregational life and ministry at Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Chur...