Rooms are at our William Cannon campus (W) or our Brodie campus (B).
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. Gospel Matters, lib-W IHN BEGINS 7 p.m. Project Promote, sanctuary-W
9:30 a.m. Disciple 3, FMC-W 7 p.m. Disciple 1, library-W :: Disciple 2, offsite
9:30 a.m. Disciple 1, FMC-W :: Women’s Bible Study, offsite
9:30 a.m. Disciple 4, library-W 10 a.m. Search Sunday Scriptures, W 6 p.m. true tween & middle school, student activity center-W 6:30 p.m. KidStuf!, FMC-W
9:30 a.m. MOPS, FMC-W 10 a.m. ARCM, library-W
6 p.m. Guatemala Team, library-W
8:30 a.m. Steam Train event
MOTHER’S DAY & Endowment Sunday 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. Gospel Matters, lib-W IHN ENDS 6 p.m. true high school, student activity center-W
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Announcements week of May 5th PROJECT PROMOTE is TONIGHT 7-9 p.m. Help us celebrate all our graduates from tween to high school. Show the folks you’ve been watching grow in the church that you’re there for their next big step. Dessert will be provided. Don’t miss it! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Thank you to all of you who supported the Kids Hope Easter Egg Fundraiser. It was a huge success and it couldn't have been done without you! We collected over $2,000 worth of gift cards and supplies. The principal and teachers were thrilled. We will definitely make this an annual event! Kids Hope is celebrating the end of our first year at SHPC and we and our volunteers and we want you to celebrate with us! Our end-of-the-year potluck dinner is May 29th at 6 p.m. We'd love for you to join us, ask questions, and get involved! In addition, we will have a booth at the Holy Smokes Mission Fair on May 19th and we’ve asked Joan Bertino, the principal from Williams Elementary, to come meet you all. Visit our table, and while you’re there sign up to mentor, be a prayer partner, or help out in the school office or garden. Interested but can't make it to our potluck or the Mission Fair? Email Lori Whitmire at KidsHope@shpc.org to find out how to get involved. Our next mentor training is tentatively scheduled for Sept. 8th, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Contact Lori to sign up. 1
Turn It Up! With Club H2O Registration is OPEN for this summer's hottest day camp! 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! This year's locations include: Round Rock Rockin' River Aquatic Center, Barton Springs Pool, Granite Beach at Lake LBJ, Garrison Pool in Southwest Austin, and ZDT Amusements in Seguin. *Club H2O is open to all 4th and 5th graders for priority registration; 3rd graders may sign up as space allows, beginning May 1st. Club H2O is limited to 50 campers. Registration is web-based, and can be done here: clubh2o.event.shpc.org Pricing for Club H2O is $100 and includes materials, transportation and venue entry fees. Gathering times are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. For more information, please contact Director of Children's Ministries, Chris Gordon: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You for Caring! We rejoice in these recent contributions to the Caring Forever Endowment : In honor of Mr. & Mrs. Dan Mudgett: Jody Barrett In memory of Donald Freeney: Liz Flynn In memory of Elaide Rude: Liz Flynn ·
In memory of Steve Calhoun: Bill & Jane Hall
In memory of Verna Hudson: Anne & Tom Johnson The Caring Forever Endowment Fund is a permanent fund that is used to spread Christ's love in mission and ministry.
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!
Search the Sunday scriptures, Wednesday mornings 10 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Congratulations to our 53 “graduates” of various Disciple levels this year and a special congratulations to 6 people who completed the entire 4 year series this spring: Modena Daily, Diane O’Leary, Thelma Morris, Dee Merrell, Annie Ward, and Linda Williams. They will receive special Disciple multi-level lapel pins.
Each Wednesday, Larry Coulter leads a class on the upcoming scripture that will be studied in worship. What a great way to explore more deeply the Sermon on the Mount and its implications for our lives! We hope you will join us.
Those interested in next fall’s classes, please sign-up in the narthex today, on the SHPC website, or by emailing email@example.com.
— Waiting until later for what you want now
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
COME ONE, COME ALL to EVERYWHERE FUN FAIR! There are still a few spots left for VBS, 2013! Register your child and invite a friend! Please join us Monday, June 17th - Friday , June 21st from 9 a.m. – noon for EVERYWHERE FUN FAIR VBS! 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 * Elementary children who have completed Kinder through 3rd grades Early Registration Pricing - Registration Closes after Monday, 5/27: $40/child; $80/2 children; $100/3+ children
5-day volunteers receive FREE registration! Opportunities for adult and youth volunteers (4th grade & above) are available! Registration is web-based, and can be done here: vbs.event.shpc.org If you have any questions, or are interested in volunteering, please contact Director of Children's Ministries Chris Gordon: firstname.lastname@example.org "Love the Lord your God…and love your neighbor as yourself." - Luke 10:27
Our guests are coming! IHN (Interfaith Hospitality Network) guests are families with children who, because of a crisis situation in their lives, have lost their homes. The program provides for them to live at Austin area churches while they find housing and get back on their feet.
During the week of May 5th — 12th (THIS WEEK!), four IHN families will live at our William Cannon campus and will be fed and sheltered by SHPC volunteers. This is your opportunity to help these families through this time of crisis. Tasks performed by hosts (SHPC folk and members of Faith Presbyterian Church and Abiding Love Lutheran Church) include: Move-in: Sunday 12:30 p.m. Dinner Preparers: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Overnight Host: 8 to 7:15 a.m. Evening Host: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Weekend Breakfast Servers: Sat 8 to 9 a.m.; Sun 7 to 7:30 a.m.
Saturday Hosts and lunch: several shifts Supply Donors: all week Transportation Volunteers and Linen Washers. Move-out: Sunday 6:30 am
Young children make excellent hosts, because the guests are mostly young children. Sign up in the narthex for this volunteer opportunity or contact Lara Manire IHN.SHPC@yahoo.com or 922-3615. 4
Caring Forever 2013 The Caring Forever Endowment Fund award keeps growing, thanks to your support. It is a real blessing to be able to provide meaningful monetary support for someone who is answering God’s call. On May 12th, Mother’s Day, the recipient(s) of this year’s award will be announced. Between now and then, please consider supporting these annual awards by contributing to Caring Forever 2013. Contribution envelopes are located in the narthex along the office wall. If you want to make your contribution in honor of your mother or anyone else, just complete the form below, fold with your monetary gift*, put it in an envelope, and place it in the offering plate or in the Endowment mail box. We will send a special note to the appropriate person to let them know of your gift. If it's your mother, we will send her a special Mother's Day card. To give online, visit giving.shpc.org, click “Give Now,” and select “Endowment.” The below dedication information should be emailed to email@example.com. Have questions? Just ask an Endowment Committee member (Gaston Broyles, Beaman Floyd, Marilyn Wade, or Doug Wilkins).
Caring Forever 2013 Dedication Form (Please Print)
This contribution is
□ in honor of □ in memory of □
(This is Please send an appropriate card to:
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This contribution is being made by (please print clearly) Name Address
*Please write "Endowment" on your check. Thanks! 5
…time for Family Fun Day! 20th,
Join us on Saturday, July for a day full of festivities in Round Rock: 1.Make a splash at Rock'N River Family Aquatic Center-- kids of every age love the waterslides, lazy river and little tikes lagoon!
4.Wrap up the day with a post-game concert with Mysterious Ways (concert is free with ticket price) Cost for Family Fun Day depends on activities you choose: ● $5.50/adult and $4.50/child for Rock'N River -- pay at the gate. Pool open 10am-8pm
2.Pack a picnic to enjoy at the pool or grab a bite at the ballpark
● $16/ticket for group seating -- must submit CC info beforehand to pick up tickets at will call on game day
3.Root for the Round Rock Express vs. the Iowa Cubs in SHPC group seating. Game begins 6:05 p.m.
Interested? Contact Pastor Britta at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 892-3580, ext. 107
Burke Center Clothes Closet — Lend a Hand
SHPC has a partnership with the Burke Center, just down the road in Driftwood TX. Join one of two teams of 3 - 5 volunteers who commit just 3 hours, 9:30 AM – 12:30 noon, on the 2nd or 4th Saturday of each month. This is the kind of work where the hands are busy while the rest of you develops in relationship with other SHPC folk. It’s a low-key way to connect while also lending a hand! To volunteer, contact Peggy Fetzer (512 619-3291, email@example.com) or Ruth Ann Floto, (512 674-2379, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our sharing goes farther and wider than just the SHPC library, too. Dr. Bill Lindsey, a group regular, has been forwarding information to a gentleman in Bangladesh, Yami Khan. Bill asked if we would mind sharing our studies with Yami, which we’ve been doing ever since over email. Not long after we started sending him our notes, he informed us that he forwards them on to his friends. Talk about a long range missionary effort! Thank you, Dr. Lindsey.
(50± Adult Ministry)
● NO Fellowship Lunch Bunch will be held in May. See you in June! ● ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED CHRISTIAN MEN meet every Thursday at 10 a.m. in the library at William Cannon. Join us! At the ARCM each week, we relive portions of the previous Sunday's sermon, study additional theological findings concerning scripture and enjoy each other's fellowship. We enjoy SHPC coffee and local cookies while we gab. Now, this may sound like a gab fest — please don't get the wrong impression! Much of our time together is spent in serious consideration of our faith as we seek to reaffirm it each week. We are eager to share with each other and are enriched by others thoughts and prayers.
If you are considering joining into such a group as this, please know that you are always welcome. You are always invited to drop in to hear our discussions and join in fellowship with us regardless of your retirement status. You may hear dissenting opinions about an issue, but don't let that scare you off. Everyone is encouraged to share in this group.
Brown, on a waiting list for a kidney transplant— Eliza Morgan, daughter of Sarah Morgan and currently a college student at Allegheny College, hospitalized while undergoing tests—Rick Smith's daughter, Kristen, 4 months pregnant with blood clots in her lungs and legs—Lisa Middleton, health concerns—Betty Jane McCallum, mother of Kathleen Abbott, breast cancer—Jason Landers and his family, while he is treated for cancer—Dinah Strayhorn, recovering at home though still no visitors, please—Virginia “Jinny” Thompson, mother of Steve Thompson, recovering at Steve’s home following surgery—Christie Wright’s friend Andrea, whose husband was killed recently in an auto accident, has been confined to bed because of circulation problems with her five-month pregnancy—Woodie Coulter, Larry’s mother, improving—those affected by the West explosion—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—Will Davis, Brodie worship team lead, is now engaged to Amy; a fall wedding is being considered—Liana Green, daughter of Sue Lagerquist and Derek Green, graduated from The Presbyterian School of Nursing in Charlotte NC on May 4th
Sorrows—Jason Perkey’s grandfather passed away April 23rd —after a short illness, Sally Jo Elliott passed away on April 20th
Please pray for—Ralph Robertson, father of Karen Thompsen, liver cancer and long-term multiple myeloma—Dennis Robinson, son of Amy Robinson, cancer recurrence—Lori Whitmire’s friend, Kelli Moore, and her family; 11-year-old son Jacob has been diagnosed with a severe heart defect—Dr. Bill Lindsey, moved to a rehab facility—Joyce Stewart’s nephew, Matt Poropat, hit by car while riding his motorcycle; expecting long difficult rehab after surgery for multiple injuries—Suzie Bridges’ grandmother, Maria Bueno, recovering from exploratory surgery; heart and circulation look fine—Max
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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