This Sunday: If you listen to National Public Radio, you have heard the ads for Babbel, a language learning system. The Bible has a story about language and power in Genesis 11:1-9, the story of the Tower of Babel. That story will be the focus for the service Sunday.
Lakewood UCC Choir: Please consider joining the Lakewood UCC choir. There’s no audition, no requirement to read music, no long-term commitment, no cost, no stress…the only requisite is a love of music and a desire to sing. The first rehearsal of the fall choir season is Sunday 9 am, September 8th…that’s the Sunday after Labor Day. Rehearsals are in the church sanctuary. All you need to do is show up, and you will be welcomed!
Singing in the Sunshine: The long stretch of rainy days has ended, but the singin’ goes on! If you would like to join choir members and sing to Ann Rogers at her home after church Sunday, September 1, see Patti or Kim. Ann is feeling stronger and looks forward to a beautiful, melodious gathering of her LUCC friends.
Dulcimer Lessons: Beginning 8/22 at 4:30 pm, Randy Wilson will be giving a mountain dulcimer lessons at church for anyone interested. Randy teaches dulcimers in Hindman KY regularly and he is a fantastic teacher in general for dulcimer, banjo and square dance calling. 1 hour or so of playing, suggested donation of $10
Theological Orientation Discussions: These discussions were requested as part of reviewing the church mission statement and possibly creating a new mission statement. Upcoming dates for gatherings are: August 21 and 28 from 7-8:30pm. That will conclude the series. All are welcome to participate!
Westminster Suncoast Lunch: There will be a change of date for the monthly lunch, date to be announced!
Come Out St. Pete: This street festival and parade will be taking place Saturday Oct. 5 on Central Ave. between 22 and 31st Sts. Wally Leblanc will be having a booth that will include information about the church. If you can help volunteer at the booth, please let Wally know. email@example.com Many thanks!
Creation Justice Task Force to meet Friday August 23 at 10:00 am.
Memorial Service There will be a memorial Service for Tonya Klemmer at the church Thursday, August 22 at 2:00 pm. Tonya was a victim of domestic violence. She worked at Publix across the street from the church. Her friends asked the church to host the service for her.
Operation Attack: Operation Attack is very much in need of clothes for men, boys, and girls as well as diapers and peanut butter and canned fruit. Donations may be placed in the shopping cart in the entryway to the sanctuary. Operation Attack is an ecumenical effort serving families with children located a Lakeview Presbyterian Church, 1310 22nd. Ave. S., St. Petersburg. LUCC was a founding member of Operation Attack in the 1960’s!
What’s Cookin’?: Kick off August 25, at the potluck after church. Come find out about your group and schedule your first meal! All are welcome!
Hearing Augmentation: Devices are available from the usher in the sanctuary during worship.
August Birthdays: Mardie Chapman 8/7, Claire Stiles 8/11, Kay Rencken 8/13, Dana Cosper 8/22, James Waterman 8/23, Barbara Donahue 8/4, Vita Uth 8/14, and Joanne Reid 8/28, Someone missing? Contact the church office with birthday information.
Circle of Concern: Sherry Santana, Carolyn Moore, Ann Quinn, Maggie Brizendine, Ann Rogers, and Marty Catala and family.
- Sermon 8/20 Love – Jesus Style August 20, 2019
- Evan Kinney and Van Burchfield Workshop and Concert August 16, 2019
- Dulcimer Lessons August 15, 2019
Weekly Update: If you are involved with an activity or event that you would like to share with the LUCC family, please send the information to the church office by Tuesday since the Update usually is sent out on Wednesday.