Pastor Phil Cooley In my last article, I provided a preview of our Summer of Community. I am excited for all the events planned and thankful that our first event, last Sunday, the first of several all-church breakfasts went wonderfully. But today I want to highlight two events that will give us opportunity to develop relationships with our Armenian brothers and sisters in Christ who share our building and hold their services on Sunday afternoons. But first some background for those unaware. Last summer, Pastor John Kazaryan approached our church with a need. His congregation had recently learned that their landlord was raising the rent and the new lease would be too expensive for the churc
Pastor Susan Wright In June, Cordova Neighborhood women got together at Cynthia Harmer’s house for a movie and nacho bar evening. It went so well we’re going to do it again – at least one more time this summer. Details soon. Our Reading Group is discussing the book, Sabbath by Wayne Muller, on Monday, July 8 at the home of Bobbi Tweedy. The August book is Prayers for Sale by Sandra Dallas. Marsha is our host and we will meet at the church. All are welcome. The rest of the book list through December is on the women’s ministry bulletin board The Operation Christmas Child sewing/crafting group will meet on Tuesday, July 23 at 2:00 PM in Rudat Hall. Remember, if you’d like to learn how to sew, J
Summer of Community Sunday mornings are a time for us to play, study, work, and eat together. On July 18 from 9:30am to 10:30am, we will have our next all church breakfast.This time the women will bring the food. Sign up to bring your best breakfast casserole, fruit, or flavored yogurt. Sign-ups will be on the Sign-Up Wall in the church lobby. We will provide the coffee, granola, and donuts. We also could use a couple of women to help serve and clean up.