WHAT’S GOING ON
November 23, 2014 Bulletin Announcements
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Prayer Concerns: Members: Rosa Beavers, Anne Kern Carpenter, Kathy Cates, John Cleaveland, Brenda Eyl, Don Fortini, Nathan Gordon, Anne Horner, Emily Maness, Dutton Moore, Tracey Roberson, Chris Rosati, Billie Sessoms, and Alicia Williams. Friends and Relatives: Bill Breeze’s father (Bill Breeze).
Thank you to Bob and Barbara Yowell for the Thanksgiving centerpiece in the sanctuary. It was arranged and given to the glory of God and in honor of Katie, Rob and Dillon Crowe.
The congregation is welcomed to the baptism of Dillon Bernard Crowe at 11:00 worship on Sunday, November 30th.
Barium Springs (Giving Hope to Children and Families) is the special offering for November. This facility and its programs have been caring for NC children since 1891 when it was founded by two Presbyterian women. At present Barium Springs is operating on a monthly deficit of $300,000. Can you contribute to Barium Springs so these programs continue to give hope and care to NC children in need? For checks, note Barium Springs in memo line. Additional information is on the ministry table in the narthex. Thanks – Outreach Ministry Team
The PW (Presbyterian Women) Coordinating Team will meet today at 10:00am in the Trinity Classroom.
BBB (Bible Breakfast Bunch) will not meet Wednesday, November 26. We will resume our study of Matthew on December 3.
TAPC youth t-shirts have been designed by our youth and are pending production. They will cost $15, payment on delivery, and are available to teens and adults alike. For more information or to reserve one, email Tommy at email@example.com. Orders will be accepted until the close of Monday, 11/24.
Y-TAP: 6th-12th grade youth are invited to come to the church tonight at 5pm to travel with adult advisers to purchase gifts for Housing for New Hope families, returning to the church for pizza and to wrap the gifts. (There will be no youth gathering the following week due to Thanksgiving.)
Mark your calendars! This year’s Christmas Fellowship Night will begin with Christmas caroling by all on the sanctuary steps and conclude with dinner and “The Twelve Days of Christmas” in the fellowship hall. Join us Sunday, December 7th at 4:30! Bring a dessert to share!
Ring the Bell for the Salvation Army! This project continues to be a TAPC tradition. Church members are needed once again to wear the red apron and ring the bell to help bring the Spirit of Christmas to deserving families in our community. The date is Saturday, December 6, from 10:00am until 6:00pm at Walmart at New Hope Commons. The signup sheet is on the Ministry Table. If you have any questions, please contact Terry Batson at 919-724-9952.
Take a Step or Two for Kids! Registration for the Jingle Bell LEAP is open! Sign up now on the following website (https://runsignup.com/Race/NC/Durham/JingleBellLEAP) and come run or walk with us, Saturday, December 6th at 9am. What’s new: The location: We’ll do our 5K on the American Tobacco Trail beginning at the trailhead at Blackwell Street near the DBAP. Our t-shirt: with a new logo on cool new t-shirts! With your registration, you will receive our event t-shirt, but you also have the option to upgrade your shirt to a Tech Fiber shirt for an additional fee. We’ll have prizes, bagels, fruit and fun! So, come out and LEAP with us in December. Your registration fee will support our bilingual program which provides quality pre-k and tutoring support through middle school to Durham’s children. For more information about the Latino Educational Achievement Partnership, please visit our website durhamleap.org or facebook page.
If you’d like a box of dated envelopes by which to make your regular offering, please contact Tina Petrillo, Business Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-682-3865.
Thank you for making the ministries of TAPC possible with your gifts of time, talent and treasure!
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