COMMUNION SUNDAY/DEACONS’ FUND
June 2, 2013
Drop in collection plate or mail to church office.
The Deacons’ Fund, developed by the Consistory, is a restricted fund set aside for the purpose of assisting members of our congregation or those who turn to our congregation for financial help. Please send, with generosity, a donation to the Deacons’ Fund.
UPCOMING YOUTH EVENT
5/27 Monday - Memorial Day Lake Trip
SPECIAL TUESDAY MORNING PROGRAM
May 28 from 9-10:30 a.m. in the Calvin Room
Free child care
Published author and blogger Jeannie Cunnion:
“Perfect Grace for Imperfect Parents”
How the unconditional love of God transforms our hearts and homes
Jeannie Cunnion is a counselor, writer, speaker, wife, and mother of three active young boys. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work, and her forthcoming book, "Parenting the Wholehearted Child" is being published by Zondervan in Spring 2014. You can visit Jeannie’s blog at www.wholeheartedchild.com.
The Reformed Church Sunday School PLANT SALE - JUNE 9
RCB Church School children (grades 3-8) will be partnering with children from PS 23 in Yonkers (one of the focal points of the church’s Opening Doors Mission Program in Nodine Hill) to raise funds to purchase a projection screen for PS 23’s auditorium. The school presently uses a white sheet to project images during assemblies/presentations. Please plan to attend service on June 9th and purchase some beautiful Spring plants that can adorn your home and hearts throughout the summer. Donations will gladly be accepted.
Beginning June 23 through September 1
One service of worship at 10:00 a.m. Child care is available.
Communion served by intinction on:
July 7, August 4, and September 1.
At its February 12th meeting, the Consistory adopted the recommendations of the Strategic Planning Committee and will begin implementing the recommendations in the coming year. These recommendations, which were made after extensive surveys, interviews and consultation with our members, focus on deeper congregational engagement, loving care for our members and insuring our long term sustainability as a church. In the coming months, the Consistory will give you updates on our progress as we work together to build an even more dynamic and welcoming church community. The Executive Summary of these recommendations is posted on our website Please take a moment to read it by clicking on