Vaccines: Adults Need Them, Too

(Good News newsletter, June 2015) We have heard in the news lately about measles and whooping cough (pertussis). There have been recent outbreaks of both these infections in the U.S., in part, because adults have not maintained the vaccinations for themselves or for their children. The Centers for Disease and Prevention…

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Weekly Announcements for June 28

  CAN YOU FIND GOD ON A SAFARI? YES!! Can a test be given on Mt. Kilimanjaro? NO! There would be too many cheetahs! Get it? But can you find God on safari? YES! The 269 kids (25% of whom are unchurched) who came to VBS had personal encounters all…

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Missions Committee Recruitment

(Good News newsletter, June 2015) The members of this committee continue to trust God to raise up more members of West Side who will be willing to give their time and talents by serving on the Missions Committee. We thank God that, over the  past year, six new members have joined…

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Weekly Announcements for June 21

WEST SEATTLE CITY SERVE, Saturday, August 1, 7:30-noon To promote united service to our community, leaders from a number of West Seattle churches have scheduled August 1 as a day to serve Roxhill and Sanislo Elementary Schools: painting in classrooms, building wooden planter boxes, and re-painting some asphalt play designs.…

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Movie Review: Unstoppable

(Good News newsletter, June 2015) Unstoppable is a short, one-man show starring Kirk Cameron, not really a movie, but a conversation between Cameron and the viewer. The conversation begins with the death of a friend’s fifteen-year-old son from cancer. Cameron asks and seeks to answer the question, “Why do bad things…

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Weekly Announcements for June 14

MUSIC SUNDAY – JUNE 14 Health & Wholeness Prayer Time June 14 immediately following both services. PRAYER WARRIORS, WE’RE ALMOST THERE! 76 Positions, 45 Filled Be one of 76 prayer warriors willing to surround WSPC with daily prayer from your own home! So far 35 women and 10 men have…

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