Mobile Bulletin • Pledge for 2017  
                                                               

Make This Summer a Growing Season
For Your Soul!

PING! Gathering Socially. Growing Spiritually.

PING programs seek to help us achieve the goal of our church’s mission statement (“Helping ALL people build life-transforming relationships with God and each other”) by drawing us out and getting us together to have some fun, and to make ourselves aware of how God’s Spirit is present among us when we do that. Brought to you from the office of Communication & Spiritual Engagement, these programs will have you doing both, better – communicating, and engaging your spirituality.

“MIM” – Meaning In Movies

Our first Ping Program, Meaning In Movies (“MIM” for short), is a spirituality discussion group disguised as watching movies together and having fun. In this program, launched through New Beginnings, we’ll get together to watch a movie (or scenes from a movie) and we’ll look for and discuss the spiritual imagery and messages we see in the film… whether or not they were intended by the movie makers themselves. Our first “MIM” movie night will be on Monday, June 5, at 7:30pm, in room 118 in the church.
God is everywhere… even when we’re watching our favorite movies! We hope you’ll be there, too!

Movie Night: The Sequel – A Concert by the Handbell Choirs

On Sunday, June 11, there will be a concert featuring the three handbell ensembles of First Presbyterian Church – The Chapel Bells, The First Church Ringers, and the Chancel Handbell Choir, along with the church’s Chancel Choir. Music from great films through the decades will be performed. Our special guest for the evening will be silent film organist Andrew Peters.
$10 suggested donation.

Vacation Bible Camp

Hey parents – Get ready to drop a ton of fun right into your child’s summer! Vacation Bible Camp is August 14-18, and this year, we have several options for your child to participate. Click above for more information and to register.

Choir Camp, 2017 – “In the Image”

This summer we’ll be learning Mark Burrows’ fantastic and inspiring new children’s musical, “In The Image,” which tells the story of a group of children who have just experienced the story of The Creation, and who are now starting to wonder what it really means to be created in the image of God. This musical opportunity is open to children in 3rd-6th Grade (Fall ‘17).