8:45am Worship (informal)
9:45am Christian Education hour
11am Worship (traditional)
coffee fellowship follows
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This is the time to give a gift of hope. Millions around the world are facing daily struggles to access food, clean drinking water and shelter. You can help alleviate their burdens with gifts of livestock, seeds, water filtration system, school supplies, cleaning tools, or pots and pans. Pick one or more of the many ways to give. Some catalogs are available in the nar-thex. The easiest way to give is to go to the website presbyteriangifts.org and choose your gift.
Please consider donating new clothing, gifts or funds for activities to help foster kids fit in and feel great. Treehouse has set up an on-line donation drive. If you would like to register as a group go to firstname.lastname@example.org. See Ann Huber for more information or if you would like to make a personal donation to help these kids have a Merry Christmas.
The annual Giving Tree is now up in the atrium area and filled with gift suggestion tags. The gifts you donate will go to the Bellevue Hopelink’s Holiday House where clients who have registered and qualify to shop at the House will shop with points for their children and grandchildren. Part of the items under the tree will go to Treehouse for children in foster care. Please place your unwrapped gifts under the tree by December 15.’ Receipts for tax purposes are available in the church office for your donated gifts of toys, clothing, quilts, knitted items, etc.
The 10:00 p.m. service will include music from our Handbell Choir, Chancel Choir, accompanied by instrumentalists. Communion will be served.
Newport will again be hosting the Bridge Ministries monthly Sunday Celebration dinner with
persons with disabilities in the Great Hall on Sunday October 13 from 4 to 6pm. The purpose of the gathering as expressed by Bridge is “to bring persons with disabilities and church communities together in an inclusive setting to experience mutual acceptance, sharing God’s love and the beauty of God’s creation of each
individual and their unique giftedness”.
lots of help this year in welcoming our guests with greeters, table
serving/hosts, crafts and decorations, and entertainment, as we gather and
fellowship together for this event. There are also opportunities for cookie &
casserole making and our usual needs for set up and clean up.
Consider your niche and mark your calendar to join with us in providing a warm Newport
welcome. Watch for signups in the Narthex beginning Sept. 22
If you have questions or suggestions contact Jack Roos 425 454-9846 or Trish Rogers 425
& Peacemaking Committee
September 8 is our last summer schedule service at 10:00 a.m. We call it “Short Sunday” because it is a relaxed service, somewhat shorter than the usual, and you are invited to come dressed casually, in shorts, if you wish. Our Youth Dep Team will lead worship and host a special coffee hour following in thanks for your support.
All PIPS (Parents, Infants, Preschoolers, School aged children) are invited to gather at Samena Swim Club on Sunday, September 8 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for lots of fun in the pool followed by a barbecue. Hamburg-ers, hot dogs, buns, condiments will be provided; please bring your own beverage, a side dish to share and any fun toys you may have for the kids. If you wish to swim, the dost is $6/child and $8 adult. Please RSVP to Katrina Kelly at email@example.com.
Something fishy is going on with the Daytimers meeting Friday, September 13. The Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (F.I.S.H.) will lend us their school materials for a short slide presentation that is made to people who plan to come to the hatchery to see these fabulous fish come home each fall. Bring a lunch at 11:30 and hang out with us for an hour or two. More specifics will be forthcoming when we determine which room has the computer friendly TV! Swim on over!
The Annual Mayors’ Day of Concern will be held on Saturday, September 28. This is a food collection at area grocery stores which will benefit the Emergency Feeding Program, Hopelink and the Renewal Food Bank—all agencies which Newport considers very important and which we have supported for many years. So—once again—sign-up charts are up on the bulletin board in the Atrium for 16 volunteers to take 2¼ shifts at the QFC in Factoria where you will stand by the doors and hand out small flyers that list the “most needed foods” as customers enter the store. Please consider helping the community in this way.
Yes, you can be a star! This is your chance to shine! The 2013 Fall Lay Musicians’ Concert is scheduled for Sunday, September 29 at 7:00 PM at Bellevue First Congregational Church. This is a great place to bring friends and enjoy some earnest and erstwhile musicians play it up. We always have a wonderful evening and the event raises money for a couple of incredibly worthy causes. So, please mark your calendars, and break out your voices and instruments. Let Damon know what you’d like to play and plan on coming with friends, whether you perform or not.
~ Damon Meyer