Click below to listen the Cecil’s interview at Virginia Tech:
Our oldest church member was recently honored in the Virginia Tech newsletter. Click the link below to read the article: Way to go Cecil!
Rally Day was a great success!! We learned about many of the activities available in the Church this year, had a great meal and enjoyed fellowship.
The Presbytery has a newsletter. Here is the first edition:
Join us for a Rally Day celebration on Sunday, September 11, immediately following the 11:00 service. Enjoy fresh Subway sandwiches and fixings courtesy of the Congregational Care Committee. Meet and greet, laugh and talk while perusing our many Christian education opportunities. Multiple informational tables will be available as follows:
1. Hear about Myra’s popular lectionary based curriculum in the Adult Sunday School class.
2. Investigate George’s Wednesday evening Bible Study series, The Gospel According to Q, a comparative gospel survey with a mystery.
3. Learn how you can help the Mission Committee in supporting the Baghdad Presbyterian Church’s school and conference center.
4. Join the Presbyterian Women in their upcoming Who is Jesus? search with George.
5. Find out what the Faith and Fiction Book Club is reading.
6. Meet our Preschool teachers and sign-up to 1) lead one or more Preschool chapel sessions (curriculum provided) this fall, 2) read books to the children and 3) help underwrite scholarship funds for eligible Preschool students.
Come, enjoy and take part in our Christian education program at FPC.
Join us on Wednesday, October 26th at the Wayne Theater for a showing of A Man Called Peter
Louisiana Flood Response
Friends, on behalf of the PDA National Call Center here are some opportunities for immediate response in Louisiana. The Shenandoah Presbytery Disaster Response Team is not organizing a trip at this time, but we are available to support any Mission Community or Congregation choosing to respond.
Please keep all of our sisters and brothers impacted by disaster in your prayers.
Shenandoah Presbytery Disaster Response Team
Luray Sunset Vespers – September 4th
Greetings from Luray! This e-mail is an open invitation to all the clergy and congregations of the Shenandoah Presbytery to join us at the Singing Tower for the last Sunset Vespers service for the summer of 2016. The services begin at 6:45 PM with a 15-minute carillon prelude and usually conclude at 7:30 PM. It’s a wonderful time to connect with folks around the area as well as newcomers to the area that are enjoying the natural wonders of the Shenandoah Valley.
Click on the links above and you’ll find a description of the instrument as well as a poster advertising the services. The service on Sept 4 will be led by John and Olivia Haney.