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Worship This Sunday
August 18th, 2019
I WAS BLIND, BUT NOW I SEE
10 AM Summer Worship Service
Fellowship; light BBQ luncheon Block Party for RPC members, and the neighborhood hosted by RPC Choir
Please join us Sunday
10020 166th Avenue N.E., Redmond, WA 98052
Emerald Heights – Thursday Bible Study
Reminder that Pastor Austin is teaching an 8 week bible study at Emerald Heights on Thursdays at 10 a.m.. During this class we’ll be studying the topic of “Sabbath” and what it means for us today. Anyone is invited whether you live at Emerald Heights or not. Come join us.
Community Serve Day 2019: Serving Redmond area Schools, August 25th from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Each year our church has the wonderful opportunity to support our local community and schools by giving our time and energy to spruce up local school grounds and classrooms before the new school year begins. On August 25th we will be helping out at Rockwell Elementary School here in Redmond. There are jobs for all levels of ability. Indoor jobs, outdoor jobs, heavy lifting and light cleaning/classroom work. Everyone is encouraged to join us at Community Serve Day.
Please be sure to register at www.communityserveday.org so we can have an accurate count? It also helps allow the organizers to match folks to indoor work with teachers and to special projects as needed.
This Sunday ~
Please stay for fellowship and join us!!! Weekly BBQ Block-Parties have been held in August here at RPC. We want to spend time together as a church and we want to get to know our neighbors. What better way to do both things than a casual and fun BBQ?
YOU ARE ALL INVITED! You’re welcome to bring a side-dish but you certainly don’t have to. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs will be provided and this Sunday will be hosted by the RPC Choir. This really will be fun for the whole family so be sure to join the fun.
End Summer Hunger – We are cooperating with Hopelink again this year to help provide food for children who normally receive subsidized breakfast and lunch at school. OVer 15,000 children in North and East King County receive free of reduced-cost meals each day. Hard to imagine, isn’t it?
You can help by donating food or cash. Special grocery bags and cash donation envelopes are available at the doors in the sanctuary. Please fill up the bags and bring them back to church. Your cash or check donation will provide many times more impact than food – please make your check payable to ‘Redmond Presbyterian Church’ and write ‘End Summer Hunger’ on the memo line. Thank you for your concern for our neighbors!