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This Week:

June 9- 1:00 PM Christian Education Committee, Presbytery Office
June 15- 7:00 PM Committee on Ministry, Jim Mohr’s home

News From The Presbytery Office

Prayers

Ken Bailey’s wife, Ethel is in UPMC Farrell with a high fever and infection.

Car Pool?

Going to the Synod Conference?  Teresa Kendall is looking to car pool from Shenango Presbytery to State College for the Synod of the Trinity Summer Conference on June 20-22, 2010.  Please contact her at 724-758-5977 or teresakendall@mac.com.

Communion Set Lost

A Presbyterian communion set was left at Jameson Hospital.  If this belongs to your church, please contact Grace Basham at 724-651-0462 (cell).

Perspectives Course Update

There are only 4 places left in this summer’s Perspectives Intensive to be held at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary August 15-21, 2010. So. if you are planning to sign up DO IT NOW. This is going to be a great class designed especially for pastors, missionaries, business and church leaders. Learn about God’s Plan for us from a biblical, historical, cultural and strategic perspective. Each day new experts will share the lessons. There will be interesting reading assignments for before and after the week-long class. Check out the list of speakers at http://www.perspectives.org/site/c.rvI2IiNVJqE/b.5581185/k.A13B/My_Class_Home.htm.  Several pastors from Shenango Presbytery are already signed up. Contact Rev. Jen Haddox at World Mission Initiative jhaddox@pts.edu or Pam Pope Courtney from Trinity Presbyterian Church in Mercer (724-748-3217) if you have questions.

News From The Churches

Question

Kathy Brown from Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church would like information from other churches on how they got their AED (automated external defibrillator) for their church.  She is wondering if help is available to small churches to make the purchase more affordable.  You can email her at boomerbr@zoominternet.net.

Ordination Anniversary

First Presbyterian in Sharon recognized Glenn Hink’s 20th ordination anniversary on Sunday.  Approximately the first half of Glenn’s ministry was spent at Bell Memorial.

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