FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY
Learn Biblical steps to design a personal financial plan during the 9-week Financial Peace University classes held at West Side Sunday, April 15 (6:30pm) through June 10. Register at https://fpu.com/1061736. Contact Donna Stewart or go online to DaveRamsey.com for more info.
30 HOUR FAMINE
Help West Side youth reach their $10,000 goal for their partnership with World Vision to help end hunger. Actual student fasting starts March 23 (see the WSPC website and newsletter for more info), but their fund raising starts now. To support them, please pray! Other ways to help are:
• Donate to students after worship in the narthex today and March 18 or on our team page (https://youth.worldvision.org/team/18967).
• Buy bake sale cookies. Pre-order today and get them on March 18.
Circle Lydia will meet at church on Wednesday, March 14, at 9:30. All are welcome. Info? Call Ruth.
Circle Mary will meet at 10:00am on Wednesday, March 14, at Bridge Park (3204 SW Morgan St.)
WEST SIDE SENIOR FELLOWSHIP
Meets Saturday, March 17, at 6:00pm for a pot-luck dinner followed by the Northwest Symphony Orchestra concert at Holy Rosary Church. All seniors are welcome. RSVP Sally Porter for attendance and food selection.
MUSIC FOR THE SOULD
Saturday, March 17 – The Northwest Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Anthony Spain our Music Minister, will perform a program of sacred music at Holy Rosary Church, 8:00pm. Tickets at http://www.northwestsymphonyorchestra.org.
RICE & MOREY SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship applications must be completed and postmarked by April 3 or brought to the office by 4pm Wednesday, April 4. Applications are available in the church office.
DYING TO LIVE
John Knox Presbyterian is hosting a conference about death and dying with hands lifted towards Jesus. March 16-17, featuring music of Steve Bell and speaker Dr. Jeffrey Mallinson. Register at johnknox.life/wrestling.com. Goodwill donations accepted.
PATH FROM POVERTY’S 5K
Walk For Water – Join Lisa West’s team, All Sisters in Christ, on May 19th and walk to bring clean, safe water to Kenyan women. African food, live music, Kenyan marketplace, etc. More info, registration at www.pathfrompoverty.org/walkforwater.
Would you like to sing exciting music with the choir on Easter? If so, there are just two rehearsals – Thursday, March 22 and Thursday, March 29 – both at 7pm. Please contact Anthony Spain at email@example.com to let him know of your interest.
FELLOWSHIP MEAL TODAY
Everyone is invited to continue the communion celebration with a meal served in Howell Auditorium after worship. A Children’s Corner play area offers a fun spot for kids!
DISTRICTS 1, 4 & 15 Luncheon March 18
Your Deacons are hosting lunch next week in Howell Auditorium following worship. Please plan to attend!
ADULT SUNDAY EDUCATION CLASSES @ 9am
Last Class: Godspeed: The Pace of Being Known – What if the future of the church depends on our ability to slow down and get to know people? Godspeed looks at what happens when a Seattle city boy learns about “God’s speed” in a Scotland parish. Howell Auditorium
STATIONS OF THE CROSS CLASS March 18 & 25 – Throughout history, various forms of creative expression (art, music, architecture, etc.) have been used to glorify the Lord, reflect on his creation and honor his love for his people. The Stations of the Cross are one such expression – 14 artistic depictions of things that happened to Jesus on the day he was crucified as detailed in Scripture. Hear West Side artists tell of their creative process as they contemplated how they could bring that Scripture to life for our Stations display that will be in the chapel starting March 18.
Spring Class, April 8–June 24 – The Book of Romans – Paul’s letter to Roman Christians offers us some of the best theology in the Bible coupled with practical application of the Gospel to our hearts, relationships, social involvement and work. He covers things – grace, sin, spiritual gifts, suffering and contentment – that resonate with everyone, but especially those who want to grow in faith. More details about registration to follow.
Church Time for 3 Year Old through 2nd Grade in Room 6
Today – Carla Gawthrop and Anja Vander Hijde
March 18 – Jon and Susan DeFant
Youth News (Grades 6-12)
Sun. (11) – Sunday School, 9:00am: High School in Room 5, Middle School in Room 3
Sun. (11) – Middle School Huddle, 6–7:45pm
Sun. (11) – High School Impact, 7:15–9:00pm
READ THE BIBLE IN A YEAR
This week: Joshua 4–24
Sun. (11) Daylight Savings Time
9:00am Adult Class: Godspeed
9:00am Children/Youth Sunday School
9:30am Blood Pressure Clinic
10:00am Worship Service and Communion
11:30am Fellowship Meal
12:30pm Outreach Service Planning
2:00pm Gawthrop Student Piano Recital
6–7:45pm Middle School Huddle
7:15–9:00pm High School Impact
Mon. (12) Church Building Closed
6:30am Men’s Koinonia Prayer & Breakfast
7:00pm Cub Scouts
6:30pm Outreach Department Meeting
7:00pm Department Meetings
7:30pm Boy Scouts
9:30am Circle Lydia
10:00am Circle Mary @ Bridge Park
1-4:00pm West Side Wednesdays
7:00pm Scout Troop Committee
7:00pm Bible Study and Prayer
9:30pm Women’s Bible Study
9:15am MOPS Spa Day
8:00am Oasis Men’s Group
9:00am Girl Scouts
12:00pm Community Meal
6:00pm Senior Fellowship
8:00pm NW Symphony Concert @ Holy Rosary