“Family, Faith, and Friends Day”

Dear Church Family,

It was just a few weeks ago that the seeds for “Family, Faith, and Friends Day” were planted.

Well, those plans took root, and have now almost come to fruition. The laborers were plentiful

on Saturday as they worked arduously on the grounds, in the sanctuary, the kitchen, and the

Sunday School rooms to beautify and edify St. Philip’s.  No stone was left unturned. Eleanor Hughes

stepped up to the plate and prepared a delicious meal for everyone.  A “Huge” thank you to Eleanor.

 

Blessings to those who made the sacrificial gifts of a financial contribution to this special day and to

those who wanted to give, but were unable to do so as well. It is apparent the love that you have for

St. Philip’s in giving of your time, talent, and treasure.  We want you to share that love for Christ and

this church by simply extending an invitation to at least one family member, friend, or lapsed members.

We want to be able to fill the pews and the extra chairs on standby on Sunday.

 

In anticipation of a wonderful turn out, we are asking our members to accommodate our guest in

the following ways:

 

  • Families Carpool
  • Park in  adjacent lots
  • Drive  your guests to Church
  • Give your guests directions to the church and service time
  • Facilitate them with the order of service
  • Smile and be very courteous

 

There is construction on the Matthew Bridge in the westbound lanes, so give your-self a little extra

time to arrive.

 

Thanks for your support, and remember the measure of our success will be the people in the pews.

Please come and bring someone.

 

 

 

In His Name,

 

Terrye Mosley

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