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Sunday Worship – October 2, 2022

THE WYOMING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Service For the Lord’s Day

17th Sunday after Pentecost

World Communion Day

October 2, 2022

10:00 a.m.

PREACHER: The Rev Heather Brannon

SCRIPTURE: Leviticus 19:13–18 and Matthew 5:1–12,17–20; 7:12

MUSICIANS: Chancel Choir

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Christian Appalachian Project: Kentucky Mission 2022

Thank you to the Christian Appalachian Project and our team of adult and youth volunteers who completed another successful mission trip to Eastern Kentucky.  This year, we worked on rebuilding a roof and putting in new flooring to make homes safer and dryer for the residents. It was a wonderful week of hard work and heavy lifting. Every day was filled with joy, gratitude, team-bonding, and faith affirmation.

Thank you to our team members: Dave Berry, The Rev. Heather Brannon, Lucy Edwards, Andrew Gart, Olivia Gart, Emily Olson, Laura Olson, Alex Perez, Kathy Stine, Barbara Westlake, and our fearless leader, Debbie Wright.

Social Issues Task Force Update

Thanks to everyone who participated in this fruitful, church-wide discussion. We had over 70 participants–what a blessing!

What’s our next steps? The SITF is actively compiling the discussion feedback and will provide a detailed report to Session in August. The Session will then inform the congregation of our findings and next steps. Stay tuned and keep the SITF and Session in your prayers.

In the meantime: Check out the PC(USA)’s Social Issues Page at https://www.presbyterianmission.org/what-we-believe/social-issues/ to find out where our denomination stands on a variety of issues, including gun violence, hunger, and sexuality/same gender relationships.

For more in-depth resources, please don’t hesitate to contact Pastor Heather.

Special Offering

Peace for Ukraine

PRESBYTERIAN DISASTER ASSISTANCE: UKRAINE

The people of Ukraine are facing an unfathomable humanitarian crisis. As they try to make their way to safe borders, they are without power, water, fuel, food, and other basic supplies. In this time of desperate need, we ask that you help support the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) in their response to the situation in Ukraine and their efforts to work with sibling churches and other faith communities to provide aid.

CLICK HERE to help support PDA: Ukraine by using our online Giving page or by sending a check to the church office.

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