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Save the Date – Men’s Retreat 2015

The 2015 Men’s Retreat will be January 30 through February 1, 2015. Please save the date and watch for more information in the upcoming January newsletter, Sunday bulletins, and website postings.

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Join the Catamaran Mariners’ Potluck Dinner

Catamaran Mariners will meet on Friday, January 8 at 6:15pm for a potluck dinner and planning for 2015.  Important decisions will be made concerning continuing to meet monthly.  Bring your ideas. Reservations will be taken on December 28 and January 4.

 

Faith Family News, January 2015 Issue

The January 2015 issue of Faith Family News is here.   If you would like to receive a printed copy, please contact the church office at (619) 582-8480 or office@fpsd.org.    Have a blessed, joyous and peaceful Christmas.

Faith Family News January 2015

 

Please Save Your Stamps this Christmas

The church Mission Ministry is collecting cancelled postage stamps for the Christian Missions. Please use your scissors to trim the stamps ¼ to ½ inches on all sides which will make a nice border. Send or drop the stamps by the church office for Ruth Morrison. If you have any questions please contact Ruth through the church office at 619-582-8480.

 

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Schedule and Activities for Christmas Week

Church office closures during Christmas and New Years

The church office will be closed on December 24 starting at 12:00 PM and closed all day on the 25th and 26th.

The office will again be closed on December 31 starting at 12:00 PM and closed all day on January 1st and 2nd.

 

Prayer Quilt Requests

During this Christmas Season and through the New Year, your contact for requesting prayer quilts will be with Marilyn Helkenn. Please send your requests through the church office at 619-582-8480. Ms. Joan Madler (our Prayer Quilt Ministry Leader) will return in January after New Years.

 

Have too many Calendars or need one for 2015?

Check out the calendars in the church library. If you see one you want, take it. You can also bring your unwanted calendars for others to peruse.

 

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Christmas Week Announcements

Words for Meditation

“Each year some new heart finally hears, finally sees, finally knows love. And in heaven there is great rejoicing! The Child is born anew and one more knee is bowed.” By Ann Weems

 

Christmas Eve – Children’s Activity Space

After the 5:30 PM Family Service and during the 7:30 PM Traditional Christmas Eve Service, the church will offer an activity space in Room 2 for children. There will be crafts, activities, and the Christmas Story! At the end of the service the children will meet their families for the candlelight time in the courtyard.

 

There is still time to help us Adopt a Family for Christmas

As you know, Faith Presbyterian is adopting a family through the Presbyterian Urban Ministries (PUM) in San Diego. If anyone would like to help out you can contact Michelle Crownhart through the church office at 619-582-8480. She has the list of suggestions for the family and will be coordinating the Christmas delivery. Thank you all so much!

 

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Thank you from PUM and MOM

The Presbyterian Urban Ministry and Military Outreach Ministry would like to thank everyone for their donations to the PUM Holiday Food Drive and to the MOM Christmas Stores.

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Christmas Eve Family and Traditional Services

Join us for our Christmas Eve Services.

The Family Service starts at 5:30 PM

A Fellowship and Coffee time starts at 6:15 PM

The Traditional Service starts at 7:30 PM

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It’s Christmas Card Time

If you have an extra Christmas card and you think that you might have forgotten someone at Church, then you can be sure of getting the card to everyone by mailing one card to the church office, and have Lou Costello post it on the Christmas Card board in the church office area for all your friends to see at Faith.

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Faith Presbyterian Prayer Team

There is a prayer team available to you at Faith Presbyterian Church. They are Mr. David Helkenn and Ms. Mary Beck and on Sunday’s they are available to meet after worship for a time of private prayer with anyone wishing to do so. Ask an usher to introduce you if you do not know them. You can ask one or both of them to pray with you. They meet in the Prayer Room which is just adjacent to the narthex (main entrance to the church). An appointment is not necessary.Praying Hands 1