Last updated: 04/24/2015
God's Creation—Flowers & Heron
United Presbyterian Sanctuary
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Meet after church on April 26 for new elder and deacon nominations, a discussion about adult Christian education opportunities, and also to gather input on and establish a new youth committee. Be sure to attend and share your ideas and needs.
May 17th we will install the new deacons and elders. After church there will be another congregational meeting to discuss UPC leadership roles. At that meeting Kathleen will also give a budget update.
June will be the month of potlucks. There will be an extra potluck after church on June 7th (the day that Janet Patin will be delivering the sermon) and again on Fathers Day, June 21st. (Note: there will not be a potluck on the 14th!)
Because I will be gone the first two Sundays in May, session will meet on May 19.
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Easter Sunday was a joy. The choir sang three times, the introit was We Have Come to Worship the Lord; the anthem was, Awake! Arise! Go Forth, and at the end of the service they sang a recessional, See Now His Glory. Right after the call to worship the congregation came forward and put flowers in the old rugged cross—a cross that was designed strictly for that purpose. A photo of the flowered cross after it was taken outside is on the right. - - - - - - - > > > >
Maundy Thursday was a wonderful evening of music and scripture reading regarding the last supper and the arrest and trial of Jesus. We were joined by some of the Methodist congregation and their pastor, Bill Davis—who helped with both the readings and with communion. Other readers were Nada Rose, Eva & Tom Clarke, Kay Stumph, Jonathan Moore and myself. Afterward the deacons provided coffee, cookies and cake. It was a very pleasant and enjoyable evening.
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Going south on 101 Turn left on Longwood Ave., approximately 100 yards past the stoplight on 22nd St.
Going north on 101, turn right on Longwood Ave. just prior to the first stoplight on 22nd St.
Reedsport is located on the southern Oregon Coast in the center of the Oregon Dunes area, about half-way between Coos Bay/North Bend to the south and Florence to the north, at intersection of US 101 and OR 38. Our church is right next to Reedsport High School, just off US 101 near southwest Reedsport entrance. We have plenty of parking and if you're just passing through, there is room for RVs in overflow lot behind the church.