Sunday Announcements > Announcements for the week of May 20, 2018

Announcements for the week of May 20, 2018

Posted on May 18, 2018

REMINDERS

SUNDAY:

PENTECOST SUNDAY – MAY 20

Defined as the Christian festival celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after his Ascension, Pentecost always falls on the seventh Sunday after Easter, on the fiftieth day and hence its name.  Pentecost is widely revered as the church’s birthday and the liturgical color for the day is red.

At First United, we will be celebrating the day with a large birthday cake to have with our monthly church potluck, red vestments, hymns, songs, and liturgies all related to themes of the Holy Spirit or Pentecost.

Please wear RED on May 20 and be ready to celebrate the occasion.  We want to look more spirited than an IU basketball game!

SUNDAY: JOIN US FOR OUR MONTHLY POTLUCK RIGHT AFTER CHURCH. BRING YOURSELF AND A DISH TO SHARE.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

MONTHLY POTLUCKS. Bring yourself and a dish for food and fellowship. Potlucks will be after service on the following dates: June 03, July 15, August 19, September 16, October 21, November 18, and December 16.

To help ensure a diverse food offering at the potluck, let us know what type of dish you are bringing. There is a sign-up sheet on the table outside the kitchen. Questions? Contact Laura Kao laura_b_kao@hotmail.com or Hopi Stosberg hopi@stosberg.com

YOUTH GROUP PARTY! Right after church on Sunday May 27th the youth group will celebrate the end of the school year with games, food, and a movie in Roger Williams Hall from noon until about 2:30. Anyone in Middle or High School, or who will be in Middle of High School next year is welcome. Bring a friend! (Please let Derek Roe know how many people you will bring so he will know how much food to order. The food will be vegan and vegetarian-friendly.)

DISCIPLE BIBLE STUDY THIS FALL

DISCIPLE is an exciting Bible study opportunity to explore the Bible and your faith while surrounded by, encouraged by, and challenged by others in the class. This class is not meant to offer answers but encourages you to develop and explore your own questions.

DISCIPLE is a program of disciplined Bible study aimed at developing bold Christian leaders. DISCIPLE draws on the work of scholars, personal Bible reading and study, and dynamic group discussion to aid in understanding the Bible and how it relates to live out your values. DISCIPLE will begin in September for 34 weeks with breaks and complete in May.

For more information please click the link below or contact Sam Troxal stroxal@yahoo.com 812-361-6172:
www.cokesbury.com/produ…anual/

SPIRITUAL READING GROUP. The next meeting of our monthly spiritual reading group will take place on Saturday, June 02, from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, in the Roger Williams Room. Discussion of chapters five and six will be led by T. Michael Ford. All are welcome to attend. Bring your questions! For more information, please contact Moureen Coulter (moureencoulter@yahoo.com).

FREE KOREAN YOGA (KUKSUNDO) CLASS. KukSunDo is a traditional Korean yoga and meditation for the mind, body, and spirit. You will practice cultivating your self-awareness through stretching, breathing and meditation. All movements are intentional, and the practice is a time to pause and focus on what is happening internally, spiritually, and physically. Just bring your yoga mat.
Days, Time and Place
Monday, Fri. 9:30 – 11:00, Wednesday 5:30 – 7:00 Saturday 10:00 – 11:30, Roger Williams Room in First United Church
Questions? Contact Laura Kao, laura_b_kao@hotmail.com

FRIDAYS AT FIRST UNITED

Play Friday: Play Friday is a recurring family game night on the 2nd Friday of each month from 5:30-8.

Just Friday: Just Friday is a monthly discussion group taking place on the last Friday of each month from 7-9 p.m. Each evening there will be a media presentation and we will discuss various issues relating to Justice. There will be light refreshment, no child care provided. From April-May there will be a focus on health and justice. There are many justice issues related to health, including access to quality care, health insurance, and availability of healthy food. We will focus discussion and media in the following areas:

May 25: Healthy Food-can you buy that near you?
If you have any questions, please contact Hopi Stosberg or Derek Roe.

MINISTER OF CARE FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 20, IS JEAN PETERS. A minister of care is a church volunteer who visits members in their home.