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Sunday, November 16
8:45 a.m. Praise Service
10:00 a.m. Sunday school for all
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship
3:45 p.m. Westminster Bells
4:30 p.m. PYC
6:15 p.m. Carillon Bells
Monday, November 17
9:45 a.m. Staff meeting
7:00 p.m. Praise Team
Tuesday, November 18
5:00 p.m. Personnel
7:00 p.m. Christian Ed
Wednesday, November 19
12:00 p.m. Mid-week Prayer
6:00 p.m. Bells of St. Andrews
7:00 p.m. WEBS
7:30 p.m. Chancel Choir
Saturday, November 22
7:30 a.m. Men’s Group
7:00 p.m. Youth Rally
Sunday, November 23-Ground Zero
Master’s Commission
8:45 a.m. Praise Service
10:00 a.m. Sunday school for all
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship
3:45 p.m. Westminster Bells
4:30 p.m. PYC
6:15 p.m. Carillon Bells
Please remember these individuals and
their families in prayer this week, Edith
Vradenburg, Bill Hoffman, Don Lansberry,
Bob Oxenreider, Conrad Knight, Shirley
Tibbitts, Dorothy and Brayton Gifford, Randy
Lebo, First United Presbyterian Church of
Newville, PA
Continued Concern: Sara Brown, Tia
Parrish, Anita Sauerwein, Jeanne Bennett,
Polly W. Ehrgood, Nicki Overholt, Mark
Tibbitts, Laura May Koppenhaver, Bob and
Meg Canon,
Mary Hunter, and those
serving in the armed services.
The chancel flowers today are given by
Carol Schiller and family, in loving memory
of husband and father, Robert G. Schiller.
Does this Thanksgiving Day find you celebrating away from family? Why not join your St.
Andrews family on Thanksgiving Day for the traditional turkey with all the
“fixings.” We will meet at
the church at 12:30 for appetizers and plan for dinner around 1:00. All
you need to bring is a dish to share. Please
RSVP to Don or Maggie Beatty at 272-2451,
or at [email protected] We’d love to
have you come and share your Thanksgiving
traditions and dishes. There’s also plenty left
to take home for the traditional leftovers too!
We have a lot to be grateful for. Let’s celebrate together.
WEBS Group (Wednesday Evening Bible Study)
WEBS Advent study “Not a Silent Night” by Adam Hamilton begins this Wednesday November 19 at 7:00 pm in the Chapel. This is a 5 week study with no sessions on November 26, December 24 or December 31. No book is necessary to participate in this study. All are welcome to come join us as we see the life of Jesus through the eyes of Mary mother of Jesus. For more information, contact Ken Gries [email protected] or 838‐4936. WEBS group wishes all a Merry Christmas and a Blessed Advent season!
This winter we will be having a Sunday school
class for the college students! We are looking to create a list of college students who
have been involved with the church. If you are
a parent of, or a college student, please let us
update our information so that we can get in
touch with you!
For our Youth Rally on November 22, we are
still in need of adult volunteers and donations. If you can help please sign up on the
sheet outside the CE office, or see Rob.
Many, many thanks to everyone who contributed
to the success of The D-Day 70 Normandy presentation on November 7. The program was well
received by many folks from the community as
well as members of our St. Andrews family. I
sincerely appreciate the help of all who made it
possible. It was a very special evening and could
not have been done without your help.
Sincere thanks. Bob Hearson
YTD Financial Update as of Oct. 31, 2014
12th Streeter Event
Come one, come all to
the 12th Streeter’s December outing at the
Light’s Victorian Farm
House, 81 Wampler
Lane, Lebanon PA on December 6 at 12
We need 20 reservations to keep the $16
charge so please sign up by Nov. 22 and
send your reservations and payment to:
Ted and Liz Kalb, 1200 S. 4th Avenue,
Lebanon PA 17042 717-273-8291. Make
check payable to 12th Streeters.
PW needs your help for
its annual Christmas
Stocking Project. Each
year we fill 50 stockings
for the Church Women United Project for
our friends in local mental health facilities
and nursing homes. You can help to defray the cost of filling these stockings
(each costs approximately $8.00) with a
monetary donation, marked “PW Christmas stocking”, by placing it in the morning
offering or mail to the church office.
Weekly Attendance & Offering
November 9, 2014
Worship Attendance
8:45 a.m. 56
11:00 a.m. 90
Offering: $10,423
The Heritage Trombones
This morning we welcome The Heritage Trombones to our 11:00 service. This ensemble
of local and regional trombone enthusiasts the group officially banded together as The
Heritage Trombones in 2012, The gathering has included as many as 8 players, and explores a wide range of literature, ranging from renaissance to contemporary, classical, jazz, and pop. The ensemble to perform this morning is a
trombone quintet featuring Ron Garman, Bob Hearson, Greg Strohman,
Lee Southall, and Alan Wood.