Announcements and Sermon June 18/19, 2022

Sermon June 19, 2022 (pdf)

Announcements ~ June 18/19, 2022

A:      It is a good thing to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praise to your name,  Most High;

C:      to herald your love in the morning and your faithfulness at night.   (Psalm 92-1-2)

 God’s blessings to you this day. A special welcome to any guests visiting with us in person or on-line AND to all Fathers, sons and fathers-figures this Father’s Day weekend. It is a delight to worship together.

*Remember that in these summer months there are two in-person options for worship each weekend at Haven. One on Saturday at 5 pm and another on Sunday at 9:30 am. We will continue to have the Sunday morning service stream live on Facebook. Keep worship and gathering with your church community on your weekly calendar this summer.

*Next Sunday we will celebrate the 2022 graduates who are able to be at worship. The last regular coffee fellowship of the summer will be in their honor, too.

*A reminder to all Haven Teams that your 2023 budget request are due in July.

*Please take your bulletin home to read about opportunities for fellowship and service.

*The church office will be closed tomorrow for the Juneteenth Federal holiday. Pastor will work on Monday and take Wednesday off instead.

*Council members are asked to check their mailboxes and read reports to prepare for Monday’s Council meeting at 7 pm in Haven West.

This week’s concerns and joys:

*Haven member Danny Kiblinger is recovering from a very bad infection caused by a tooth abscess. Please keep in touch with Danny and keep him in prayer.

*Best wishes to Joanne Seilhamer and Max Schupp who have birthdays this week. Congratulations to Dawn and Ken Tice who have a wedding anniversary tomorrow.

                                                (after the announcements)
A:    Brought together and guided by the Holy Spirit, we openly “*conspire” to breathe God’s goodness and saving grace into the world, as we

C:    “honor God, reach out with love to our members and the community and share the gospel of Jesus Christ.”