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Rooms are at our William Cannon campus (W) or our Brodie campus (B).

SUNDAY

7th

9 a.m. Worship Choir, 8-W 9:30 & 11 a.m. Worship The Ark, UpStreet 9:30 a.m. true Faith 11 a.m. RE:form confirmation class, student activity center-W :: Authentic Christianity, lib-W 6 p.m. Alpha, narthex-W :: true high school, s.a.c.-W

MONDAY

8th

9:30 a.m. Disciple 3, library-W 7 p.m. true Parent Gathering, s.a.c :: Disciple 1, library-W :: Disciple 2, 9-W

TUESDAY

9th

9:30 a.m. Disciple 1, FMC-W :: Women’s Bible Study, 9-W 7 p.m. Prayer Shawl Ministry, B-W

WEDNESDAY

10th

9:30 a.m. Disciple 4, library-W 6 p.m. true tween & middle school, student activity center-W 6:30 p.m. KidStuf, FMC-W

THURSDAY

11th

week of April 7th VBS Is COMING! Please join us Monday, June 17th through Friday, June 21st from 9 a.m. – noon for EVERYWHERE FUN FAIR VBS! During this weeklong "World's Fair"-themed celebration, we will visit neighbors from around the globe, while hearing amazing stories about God's love. We'll learn that God's love can be found everywhere, including our own neighborhoods. Don't miss this fun week of global games, rockin' music, super science, cool crafts, and incredibly interactive Bible storytelling. VBS is available to all: ● Preschool children who have turned 3 and are potty-trained by the beginning of VBS

9:30 a.m. MOPS, FMC-W 10 a.m. ARCM, library-W 6 p.m. Handbell Choir, 8-W

SUNDAY

Announcements

14th

9 a.m. Worship Choir, 8-W 9:30 & 11 a.m. Worship The Ark, UpStreet 9:30 a.m. true Faith 11 a.m. RE:form confirmation class, student activity center-W :: Authentic Christianity, lib-W 6 p.m. Alpha, narthex-W :: true high school, s.a.c.-W

● Elementary children who have completed Kinder through 3rd grades Early Registration Pricing (Monday, April 1 – Monday, May 27): $40/child; $80/2 children; $100/3+ children 5-day volunteers receive FREE registration! Registration will be web-based, and can be done here: vbs.event.shpc.org If you have any questions, or are interested in volunteering, please contact our Director of Children's Ministries, Chris Gordon: chris@shpc.org

calendar.shpc.org office phone 892.3580 office email church@shpc.org

"Love the Lord your God…and love your neighbor as yourself." - Luke 10:27 1


Turn It Up! With Club H2O Everyone loves a good story… from a great book, to an awesome TV show, to the summer's latest flick! Why not explore the best story of all: God's loving pursuit of us through time. All graduating 3rd*, 4th & 5th graders are invited to join us Monday, July 29th – Friday, August 2nd for Club H2O: the wildest, craziest week of summer fun you'll have! Each day, we'll gather for a Bible story that shows us God's love and devotion to us; we'll take some time to dive deep and discuss how to Turn Up His love for us in our lives; and then, we'll take off for an adventure to a famous Austin watering hole to cool off and have some fun! *Club H2O is open to all 4th and 5th graders for priority registration; 3rd graders may sign up as space allows. Club H2O is limited to 50 campers. Pricing for Club H2O is $100 and includes materials, transportation and venue entry fees. Gathering times are 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. daily. Stay tuned for registration dates and details! For more information, please contact Director of Children's Ministries, Chris Gordon: chris@shpc.org

Our Queen of Caffeine, Gina Bogitch, needs your help! We need to build a regular team to help with the making and serving of coffee before both services. Can you help? Email Gina at gina_strebeck@yahoo .com 2

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 remember—unless you are texting God, those text messages can probably wait till the service is over. 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. Thanks!


it’s PrimeTime!

(50± Adult Ministry)

● FELLOWSHIP LUNCH BUNCH, Saturday, April 20th at 11:30 a.m. Join us this month at a classic Austin restaurant: Matt's El Rancho, 2613 S Lamar Blvd. Lunch selections will be from a menu specially set for our group, and your hosts would most appreciate it if you could bring cash for your lunch this time (although the restaurant will accept credit cards as well). Join us for good Tex- Mex food and great company! To reserve your spot, call Lynn Wright at 288-0188 by April 16th. ● ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED CHRISTIAN MEN meet every Thursday at 10 a.m. in the library at William Cannon. Join us!

— Spending time with someone you trust and enjoy

Children’s Ministry Nursery care for children from 6 weeks to 24 months of age William Cannon campus 9:30 & 11 Room 7

Brodie campus 9:30 portable

The Ark Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. – noon William Cannon campus 9:30 2 yr. olds — Room 2 3 yr. olds — Room 1 4 yr. olds & pre-K— Room 6 11 2 yr. olds — Room 2 3 yr. olds — Room 1 4 yr. olds & pre-K— Room 6 Brodie campus 9:30 3 yr. olds through pre-K— portable UpStreet Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. - noon William Cannon campus 9:30 Kinder thru 3rd grade — Family Ministry Center 4th & 5th grade — Portable A&B 11 Kinder thru 5th grade — Portable B Brodie campus 9:30 Kinder thru 5th grade — large classroom 3


Caring Forever Endowment Fund

Want To Give Someone $1,500? The Search Is On! Do you know a person or organization that could use $1,500 for a special mission or education project? If so, act fast because now is the time to nominate them for the $1,500 Caring Forever 2013 Endowment Fund Award. It's easy - just use the nomination form below. Put your completed form in the box on the table next to the Caring Forever Endowment Fund tree in the narthex, or in the Endowment Fund mail box in the church office. Just be sure to do it by Sunday, April 21st. so the Task Force appointed by the Session will be able to consider your nomination. Caring Forever awards come only from the earnings of the Endowment Fund or from special "angel gifts" when the earnings need a little lift. The principal of the Fund - your contributions - are never spent. They stay in the Fund, continuing to earn even more to be used for awards in years to come. Have questions? Just ask an Endowment Committee member (Gaston Broyles, Beaman Floyd, Marilyn Wade, or Doug Wilkins,).

CARING FOREVER 2013 AWARD NOMINATION FORM I nominate the following for the Caring Forever 2013 award:

I believe the award is deserved for the following reasons:

Submitted by: _____________________________ Telephone Number _________________ Nominees cannot be a member of SHPC and must use the award for mission or education for a near-term project or an on-going project that needs additional funding. The award is not to be used as a reward for past projects or actions. A Task Force appointed by the Session will review nominations and make a recommendation to the Session which will then make the final decision. 4


What's at The Attic Film Festival this year?   Enjoy winning films from last year   Watch a record 37 films entered into TAFF 2013   Ask questions of the TAFF 2013 Award Winning Directors   "Sneak Peek" and Director Q&A Christian Western "The Redemption of Henry Myers"   Attend seminars (TAFF TALKS) about the Christian Film Industry   Learn about ways to help those in need by visiting the World Vision table   Enjoy food provided by El Chato (since 1958)   Attend the awards ceremony hosted by Steve & Amy from Spirit 105.9's Morning Show   Worship together with Daniel Darnell and the South Campus Austin Stone Worship Band Friday, April 19th, 5:30PM-10 p.m. Saturday, April 20th, 10 am.-10 p.m. www.atticfilmfest.org

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ized with leg infection —Jessica Wade’s friend, Rosa Aripie, Rosa’s unborn daughter and their doctors, trying to delay birth—Joy Essary, now in Reliant Rehab —Sherry & Robert Rasmus’ friend, Jason Landers, and his family; Jason is being treated for cancer —Sarah Fisher, sister-in-law of Derek Fisher, hospitalized after series of small strokes— Rosa Mitchell, mother of Cathy Beard, hospitalized for high blood pressure—Jack Robinson, friend of Pam & Wayne Gonzalez, critical health issues—SHPC’s journey groups—Pam Gonzalez’s friend Pam Purdin, health issues— Joyce Lucas, health concerns—Stanley Crawford, recovering from surgery to repair damage to his head after being hit with a baseball—Dick Klusmann, good news and recovering nicely following hip surgery—Gail Moore, doing well after knee surgery—Mike Owen, husband of Marg Sue, recent health issue—Ray Farabee and Mary Margaret’s family—Vicki Spink, mother of Troy, hospitalized for health concerns—Laurel Calhoun’s son-in-law, Jack Jones, home after major complications following surgery—Christie Wright’s co-worker, Andrea, pregnant with her first child and whose husband was killed in a car accident—Debbi Toh’s father-in-law, David Toh, strength during cancer treatment—Austin, the city where we’re planted—Pastor Alfred Mtonga, his family, and Manyamula CCAP Church—Pastor Chimwemwe Mhango and his family—Pastor Clement Munthali and his family—Pastor Kenneth Muyila and his family—Ronica Ngulube

Joys—Felicia Ferguson-Cox, adopted daughter of Stefan & Pat Haag, has returned to her base in England from Afghanistan—the bonding of The Brodie Bunch—Jonathan & Amy Slaughter welcomed Ross Everett Slaughter on March 19th—Ted & Fran Miller’s son, Nathan, has completed his deployment in Afghanistan and has returned to his base in Germany—Waverly Pearl Alsobrook was born on March 12th to proud parents Katy & Luke (and big brother Hoffman) —Dylan & Kati (and Otis) Freytag joyfully welcomed new son and brother, Clive, on March 6th— Nate & Courtney Groves are proud and happy parents of twin daughters Madeline and Ella, born March 8th —Madeline Brock, recovering well from recent hip replacement

Sorrows—Verna Hudson passed away quietly in her sleep on March 24th —Elizabeth Bishop, mother of Margaret Danz & grandmother of Megan and MaryKate Danz, passed away on March 11th —Thure Cannon’s grandmother, Mary Margaret Farabee, recently passed away

Please pray for—Diane O’Leary, recovering from a fall —Modena Dailey, possible surgery to repair a broken arm —Joyce Lewandowski, cancer— Roz Seiler, broken elbow—Robinette Hoover, sister of Rosemary Clapham, hairline fracture in her pelvis—Clem Hofmann, hospital-

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: David Floto, son of Carl & Ruth Ann… Robert Beardslee, grandson of Bob & Carolyn Beardslee… Stefan & Pat Haag's daughter Felicia Ferguson-Cox… Nathaniel Miller, son of Fran & Ted Miller… Morales family neighbor Brian Moran… Jose Fernandez, friend of Gaston & Junie Broyles and graduate of PPAS… Mitch Guile, friend of Eddie & Stacey Reynolds... Teddy Sweredoski, friend of Stan & Jessica Wade... 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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