Announcements for Sunday, April 23

CONGREGATIONAL ASSESSMENT TOOL (CAT) Now is the time!!!! We need to know what you think and how you feel about your experiences at West Side Presbyterian Church. Thanks to the 149 people who have already taken the time to respond. Ask one of them: taking the assessment is easy! Spend …

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Spiritual, Mental, and Physical Health

Once again Parish Nursing is emphasizing the interrelationship of spiritual, mental, and physical health. We all struggle with this: trying to remain calm, trusting in the Lord to provide for our needs, trying not to worry about our children, grandchildren, other loved ones, not worrying about ourselves, our church, or …

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Movie Review: The Shack

At long last, The Shack has come out as a movie, originally written by Wm. Paul Young in 2007, as a Christmas present for his six children. Young had fallen on hard financial times so he gave from his heart. Its popularity grew from those first self-published copies to over …

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Announcements for Easter Sunday, April 16

EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES Celebrating Jesus Christ’s Resurrection 8:00am – 9:30am – 11:00am THE CASE FOR EASTER Jesus’ resurrection is the cornerstone of Christianity, but is it true? Copies of The Case for Easter, A Journalist Investigates the Evidence for the Resurrection by Lee Stroebel, a member’s anonymous gift, will be …

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Sunday Announcements for April 9

CONGREGATIONAL CONVERSATION TODAY Everyone is welcome to our second Congregational Conversation in Howell Auditorium at 9:40am when we discuss “big picture” aspects of the pastor calling process, an update about the Fellowship Community and information about a congregational assessment survey (see below). CONGREGATIONAL ASSESSMENT WSPC seeks the help of our …

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Spring Adult Education Classes

Our spring Adult Education classes begins Sunday, April 23 at 9:40am. April 23 – June 25 (No class on May 14 or June 11) Being Presbyterian: Creeds, Confessions and Polity (Especially for those interested in WSPC membership but open to all) Presbyterians are Reformed Christians, and this makes us heirs …

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