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Vision and Mission 2016

September 23rd, 2016

 

On Sunday the sun will be pouring down our beautiful 2.9-acre parcel of land on Education Hill during our worship services. Our two services (9AM traditional and 11:15AM Contemporary) will be in full swing.

 

Along with the inspiration of music and the edification of corporate prayers, we will consider a question about human nature that has raged through millennia: Are people basically good or basically evil? I bet many of you could make a good argument on either side, with plenty of historical and personal examples to substantiate your point of view. I hope it’s a fun sermon and a challenging one. We'll see.

 

Please consider the question in the next two days, and come to church to see if we agree. Are people basically good or evil?  Pastor Larry

 

Worship This Sunday

First week of Peacemaking Offering

8:50 Prelude; 8:55 Announcements

9:00AM Traditional

10:15 ASF/Fellowship/Operation Christmas Child

10:00 Youth Commission meeting in the Youth Room

11:15AM Contemporary

Sunday school is offered during both services 
  

Hey everyone! Youth Group will be having a barbecue Sunday @ 6pm! Have your students bring some snacks or drinks and we'll have a great time! Thanks!

 

 

Your Better Self: Waging the Battle

 Between Self Indulgence and Loving Others

Romans 7:14-25a; Galatians 5:13-26

 

Upcoming Events:

·         September 26th, 5pm Tent City Dinner provided by RPC volunteers

·         October 1st, Knit One, Pray Two returns to meeting in the Prayer Library

·         October 2nd, Communion Sunday

·         October 2nd, Launch of Stewardship campaign

·         October 4th, 1pm Fellowship Commission meets in Prayer Library

 

Operation Christmas Child began September 18th! We will have wrapping stations @ Fellowship between services.


Please remember that the sign-up sheets for: Cookies, Flowers, Mary’s Place and the Mowing Schedule are posted on the bulletin boards at the back of the Sanctuary.

   


Mission Project: Meals for the Homeless     

Providing food for Mary’s Place, a day shelter for homeless women in Seattle.  RPC provides breakfast every second Saturday of the month throughout the year.  Any questions about mission should be directed to Sandee Palmquist 425-867-1310 or email sandee.palmquist@comcast.net.