Westminster Presbyterian Church seeks an individual for a custodian. Part-time position 20 hours per week. Job description and application attached.
On Sunday, February 11th from 12:00 pm-2:30 pm, we will be holding a new members class. This class will explore very briefly what it means to be Presbyterian, hear about all the opportunities available to you at Westminster, as well as what membership means and what is expected. This class does not COMMIT you to becoming a member. Even current members who wish to hear more are welcome. Lunch will be provided. Please contact Donna (242-1824) or Pastor Mark if you would like to come. The class will meet in the Fireside Room which is located in the Northeast corner of the Church.
February 22, 2018 from 9:00 am-9:00 pm, there will be a WE Conference on Diversity. This event will be held at the Gangwish Library, Schendel Conference Center of Ottawa University. For additional information, go to www.ottawa.edu/weconference. Pastor Mark encourages you to go to this conference on ‘Identity & Infinity, Healing Historical Trauma’ with Calvin Terrell.
The Family of Betty Reynolds
Dallas Hainline ~ Praise God for successful surgery and going home today
Eldon Turner ~ Rae Warren’s father ~ many health concerns
Donna Buckley ~ Nancy Hatfield’s friend ~ several health concerns ~ Please keep her husband Fred and family also in your prayers
Jolea Ray Harris ~ Daughter of Billy and Shelby ~ Jolea is HOME! Praises to God!! Please continue to pray for the Harris family
Casey and Suzy Colbern ~ Having twins!
Janie Neurot ~ Friend of Nedra Porter
Sondra and Jaci ~ Sondra is Rae’s friend, Jaci is her daughter who is getting chemo and this month having a stem cell transplant ~ Jaci lives in Idaho and her mother lives here
Gene Van Horn & Family ~ friends of the Records ~ Recovering from a farm accident
Don Van Horn
Gayle Hall ~ friend of Nancy Hatfield
Bill Dotson ~ Alex Bopp’s Lifelong friend who is beginning chemotherapy
Loretta Cecil ~ Alex Bopp’s sister who is recovering from hip replacement and broken femur surgeries
Heather Yates ~ Praise to God she will be going back to work!
Beth Griffin ~ Tammy Gorton’s sister
Those who have lost jobs and are looking for employment
Our 2nd Friday Community Dinner Friends
Those who have lost loved ones
Those who were affected by natural disasters and those who are helping in the rescue
Victims of Hate Crimes
Our Nations Leaders ~ President Donald Trump and Vice-President Michael Pence
Pray for all those who put their lives on the line everyday for each one of us
Church Family in Care Centers
Vintage Park: Mary Lou Sheldon, Leroy Fredricks, Cal Ewing, Norene Hobbs, Wynona Hayward, Carol Gorton
ORV Plaza: Marilyn Nordeen, Phyllis Foster
ORV Skilled Nursing: Betty Reynolds, Joel Nordeen, Shirley Barnes, Becky Lepley
Out of Town: Loraine Hanscum, Virginia Cordle
Wellsville Retirement Community Center: Wanda Ballinger
Please come for supper at 5:45 pm and join us for Adult Bible Study! The first offering is called ‘Sacred Parenting’ by Gary Thomas. This class will be led by Pastor Jessica Henks of First Baptist Church and will meet in the Disciple’s Room. This is a 5-week video based study that will have you looking at parenting and moving beyond raising ‘perfect’ children to parenting to have them become more ‘holy’ as a person.
Our 2nd Study will meet in the Fireside Room and be co-led by Pastor Kathleen Whitmore of First United Methodist Church and Pastor Mark Hutton of Westminster Presbyterian Church. Best Selling author, Dallas Willard says, ‘Our focus is not so much on individual actions and decisions as building our personal relationships with our Creator. Come and ‘gain rich spiritual insight into how we can hear God’s voice clearly and develop an intimate partnership with him in the work of His kingdom.’
This book by Mark Batterson takes us to a place marked with possibilities. Richard Jackson will facilitate this class that will meet in the Fireside Room and leads us to a future filled with confidence knowing ‘God is ALWAYS on our side, every day and in every way.’ He does not want us to continue down a path of regret and to be stuck in ‘if onlys’.