IT’S TUPPER TIME!
Celebrate Good Times, C’mon! There’s a party going’ on right here…as WSPC’s Financial Secretary Shirley Tupper who managed our financial records (and us) for over 40 years! TODAY we honor her retirement with a reception following both services. Please come with your hugs and stories. You can still make it home in time for pre-game (you know which one) festivities!
We would like to invite you to dinner at our house! “We” are those who have enjoyed getting to know others at church through Heavenly Hosts, a program that pairs people in groups that meet at individual homes for dinner and fellowship. See us at the Welcome Center table the next few Sundays for information or call the church office. Tom & Marilyn Hill (938-3996).
for Districts 3, 8 & 12 – Please join us for lunch on Sunday, February 15 following the second service (12:30pm) in Howell Auditorium. Come meet your district neighbors, deacons and elders!
TWO BOOKS HAVE ESCAPED
from our library: The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Tooney and Josie’s Gift. If they walked to your house, please return them!
HOST A CHOIR STUDENT!
Can you provide beds for 2 middle/high school students from New Jersey who need a place to stay on Saturday, February 14 after performing Children of Eden for our youth fundraiser dinner? Bring them back to church for 2nd service on Sunday. Contact Miriam at Miriam@wspc.org.
THURSDAY MORNING WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
begins this week, February 5 at 9:30am to study God’s word in Thessalonians. Contact Karen Schroedel (932-7878) or Lilliana Ryckman (932-9305).
Camp McCullough – March 20-22 – Bruce McNicol (Truefaced Ministries), featured speaker. Contact Mark Koelling (225-0332) or Andy Lewis for more info.
READ THROUGH THE BIBLE
PRAY FOR OUR LEADERSHIP
As Department Meetings convene this Tuesday, please pray for the Lord’s guidance for our Session:
Clerk of Session: Kyle Hurst
Chuck Morgan, Moderator and Community Ministry
Lee Sundquist, Community Outreach
Kyle Hurst, Communications
Jerry Neupert, Moderator and Visitor Follow-up
Kristie Jacobs, Integration of New Members
Kerry Tupper, Congregational Fellowship
Debbie Clark, Membership Care
Jason Lyons, Moderator and Music and Worship
David Laudan, Worship Support
Marilyn Fleming, Health Ministry
Joanna Martin, Lay Ministry
Lynda Hurst, Moderator and Leadership Development
Mark Koelling, Small Groups
Alan Muller, Men’s Ministries & Discipling
Stewardship & Finance:
Jerry Ernst, Moderator and Funding Guides
Jim Campbell, Personnel Coordinator
Bonnie Bennedsen, Stewardship Development
9:40AM HOUR ADULT CLASSES
SHARING OUR FAITH, Luke Crook Howell Auditorium
Evangelism normalized. As we seek to be people who love our city, we want to think about sharing our faith within the existing rhythms, relationships, and conversations of our lives. We want to take the “specialists” and stereotypes out of evangelism and move towards becoming disciples of Jesus who proclaim and talk about our faith in normal ways that are winsome to our culture. Come join 10 weeks of discussions and learnings toward this end.
THE GOSPEL-CENTERED LIFE, Greg Hjort Chapel
Is it realistic to think that the gospel can really shape every aspect of life and conduct? Colossians 1:6 says that the gospel is “continually bearing fruit and increasing” in and among us, even after we first believe it. But how does that really happen? And why do we often feel like we aren’t getting very far on that journey of growth? A continual rediscovery and application of the gospel is essential. But what does that look like? And how will our personal growth and church mission be stunted if we don’t grasp the gospel deeply? These are the questions that this study will seek to answer.
THE PARENTING JOURNEY, Stacy Kutz, Carreen Smith Room 5
It’s not about perfect behavior. It’s about passionate hearts and loving God. Can we raise kids with good character and a faith that lasts? How can parents intentionally create teaching moments to help their kids learn the heart of God for their lives? What responsibility does the church have in all this? This class won’t take the challenge out of parenthood – kids will still do some interesting things. But it will help you understand why your parenting is so crucial and how to connect with your kids, encouraging them to connect with God in a vibrant faith that is passed from one generation to another.
Churchtime, February 8
3 Yrs – Kindergarten – Tom Shafer, Sheri Cejna
1st-5th Grade – Lace Hurst, Danica Tongol
Sun. (1) –Sunday School, 9:40am – Middle school meets in Lewis Hall and high school in Rap Hall. Great teaching and yummy snacks!
Tues. (3) – Confirmation Class, 4-5pm
Wednesday & Thursday, 3-5pm students are needed to help with garage sale work. Earn those work hours for MDR and Momentum!
Wed. (4) – Middle School Bible Study, Girls – 5:00-6:00pm meet with Miriam in Rap Hall (we may head off-site).
Wed. (4) – Boys Group – 6:30-7:30pm – Open to both MS and HS boys! Meet with William and Barrett in Rap Hall.
8:15am Worship Service and Communion
9:30am Shirley Tupper Retirement Reception
9:40am Sunday School Classes
9:40am Adult Classes
10:40am Coffee & Fellowship Time
10:40am Blood Pressure Clinic
11:00am Worship Service and Communion
12:30pm Shirley Tupper Retirement Reception
No Garage Sale Drop Off Today
3:30pm Go Seahawks!!!!!
Mon. (2) Church is Closed
6:30am Men’s Koinonia Prayer & Breakfast
No Garage Sale Sorting Today
10:30am West Seattle Baptist Bible Study
4:00pm Skate Church
4:00pm Confirmation Class #11
6:30pm Cub Scout Blue & Gold Dinner
7:00pm Department Meetings
9am-Noon Garage Sale Sorting
5:00pm Middle School Girl’s Bible Study
6:30pm Boys Group – MS and HS
7:00pm Mission Prayer
7:00pm Scout Committee Meeting
9am-Noon Garage Sale Sorting
6:30pm Girl Scouts
7:15pm Choir Rehearsal
10:00am Prayer Walk
7:00pm Young Life
7:00am New Commandment Ministry
7:30am Oasis Men’s Group
The Truth about the End of the World, 2 Peter 3:1-10. Pastor Paul will be preaching.