Worship This Week on Sunday.
First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, GA Pastor, The Rev. Meg Jackson Clark
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Posted by First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro GA on Friday, May 24, 2019
This Week in Worship: May 26, 2019 at 11:00 AM for Worship
Leading Worship this Week: The Rev. Meg Jackson Clark
Elder of the Month: Jan Brazier ; Director of Music - Jean Gomez; Guest musican for May - Dennis Lee
Hymns: Introit Alleluia, Alleluia! Give Thanks ; Hymns -How Firm a Foundation; Shall We Gather at the River; Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken; Glory to God.
First Reading: Psalm 148
Anthem: My Hiding Place, Choir
Scripture: Revelation 21:1-6
Sermon: "In the End, is the Beginning"; Rev Meg Jackson Clark
Fellowship Sunday School Class. Featuring a new study series, "The True Story of the Whole World". Join us at 9:45 AM in the Fellowship Hall.
Announcing Coming Activities at our Church
WELCOME! If you are visiting today, we extend a warm welcome in the name of Christ. We are delighted you have chosen to join us. Please fill out a visitor’s card so that we can welcome you personally. To learn more about us,please check our website at www. fpog.org.
MEMORIAL DAY , Monday May 27, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in
military service for the United States. Many cities have laid claim to beginning Memorial
Day, though President Lyndon Johnson officially declared Waterloo N.Y. as the birthplace of
Memorial Day in May 1966.
While there is some dispute as to the origin of the day, the first was observed on May 30, 1868, under
proclamation by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. The
first official observation involved placing flowers on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at
Arlington National Cemetery.
By 1890, it was recognized by all of the northern states. The South refused to acknowledge the
day, honouring their dead on separate days until after World War I (when the holiday changed from
honoring just those who died fighting in the Civil War to honouring Americans who died fighting in
Memorial Day was celebrated on May 30 up to 1971 when the National Holiday Act of 1971
designated the last Monday in May as Memorial Day.
Continue Praying For:
Ben Page, deployed, Purgason Family, Lilliana Walker
Bill Corry, Gary Pressley, Lori Howerton
Bruce Porter, Jane Sigalo, Purgason Family
Chan White, Jean Gómez, Randy Quintrell
David Blough, Jeannie Wheeler, Roberts Family
Charles Graham, Jimmy Burt, Terry Woolsey
Gary Pressley, Johnnie Satterfield, Veterans & Military Members
Let us remember those who serve our country: As we offer intentional prayer for our mission
partners, let us pray for: Families of Military Members and Veterans who have died
FELLOWSHIP SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS meets at 9:45 in the Fellowship building. Join us as we study, “The True Story of the Whole World” and create a Bible Timeline together. No homework. No stress.
MEN OF THE CHURCH: All men are invited to come for lunch on Tuesday, May 28 at 11:30 a.m. at the Grill. This month’s host is Noble Usherwood.
WOMEN OF THE CHURCH: All women are invited to come to lunch on Wednesday, June 5 at 11:30 a.m. at the Harbor Club Clubhouse.
Church picnic will be NEXT SUNDAY, June 2, 11 a.m. at
Old Salem Park. We will worship beneath the covered pavilion which has picnic tables and benches. Bring a lawn chair if you prefer it to a bench. Lunch will follow worship. Please bring a side dish to share. There are restroom facilities close to the pavilion. To get to the park from the church, travel south on 44.
Turn left on Linger Longer Rd, and turn right on Old Salem Rd. (just past Pike’s).
The road dead ends at the Park entrance.
June 9 is Pentecost Sunday, when we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit to the church.
The congregation is invited to dress in red symbolizing the Spirit.
New Email Address and Phone Numbers: For general church information, please use email@example.com. To reach Pastor Meg directly, use firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make a change in your address book. To use a phone, the Church Office is 706-453-4956, Rev Meg Jackson Clark can be reached on her cell at 770-301-6165.
New Announcements and Prayer Concerns for the Bulletin: Please contact Marie Boswell by email at email@example.com phone or text at 706-347-0782.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry is a local mission project that knits/crochets shawls to be given to those in need of our special prayers and remembrance. For information, contact Brooke Hinds at 762-445-1006.
Flowers To provide flowers for the church, please see the list in the Narthex and speak to Eileen Usherwood .
Mission Statement We are disciples of Jesus Christ reaching out through mission and warm welcoming fellowship to individuals of various communities of the Greene County area.
Our Session Jan Brazier-Worship/Education Elder; Cheri Moore-Fellowship Elder; Hap Tietjen-Member Care Elder; Chuck Thorp-Facilities Elder; Chris Penna-Finance Elder; Brooke Manning Hinds-Clerk of Session/ Mission Elder; Teaching Elder - Moderator, The Rev Meg Jackson Clark.