Lee Spangler, Lowell Frye, Jeff Grobe,Mark Spayd, Rick Spayd, Mary Boyce, Lee Keaton, Louise Files, Ellen Martin, Don Cambern, Ann Boal, Marvin Sommers, Angela Corona, Mike Lancaster, Louise Buhman, Alan Cochrane, Mitch Picklesimer, Chuck Nolan, Shirley Dresbach, Heidi Eberenz, Lesley Setzler
How Our Prayer List Works
You can put a name on the list and as the congregation is drawn will pray in their own way in service of deep trust that God knows what is best. If there is someone you would like on the list please email Kyra at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-264-1221 x 103, and let us know if you would like them on the list for 30 or 60 days. We wish you all perfect and vibrant health and happiness this coming year.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding”
Happening This Sunday
9:45am - Children's Christian Education - Room 4 1st-6th Grade
10:00 am - Service of Worship - Worship Center
11:00am - Social Hour - Nelson Hall
11:15am - Interrobang - Nelson Hall Lounge
11:20am - Youth Group- Room 4 - 7th-12th Grade
Youth Fellowship Announcement
Children are always welcome to stay in the service with their families.
Another option will be to have children entering grades 1st through 6th join our Christian Education class during service.
Sign in will begin at 9:45a and sign out will be directly after service before fellowship. The older youth will continue to attend service with their families.
After service and fellowship, the youth entering grades 7th through high school will have an opportunity to join a Spiritual Exploration group. The Youth Group will start sign in at 11:15a and class will end at 12:00p. A Health/Contact Form must be on file, before the children/youth can be left in our care.
Note from Presley Kinne, Custodian
I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone for not just welcoming me with open arms, but also for giving me the chance to meet and know you all. As some of you may have heard June 28th will be my last day at the church, some family issues have drawn me back to Wisconsin to start the next chapter in my life. So again, I want to say thank you to you all,, and I'll be back on the future to visit, most likely in the winter months. and as always, Go Pack Go. Presley
Come Sunday: Film Viewing and Discussion Hosted by First Church UCC and Church of the Beatitudes
Come join us for a special viewing of "Come Sunday", followed by a lively Civil Dialogue concerning the concept of "universal salvation" and other relative issues addressed by this brilliant and poignant film!
The film centers on what happens when Bishop click here. Carlton Pearson's desire to question established rules clashes with the rigidity of organized belief. Chiwetel Ejiofor is tremendous in this drama of a real-life Pentecostal minister who challenged his church’s orthodoxy.
Dialogue will follow and be facilitated by Rev. Dr. Toni Minear, Rev. James Pennington and Redeem Zakari. First Church UCC Phoenix
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David grew up in the Chicagoland area, working professionally from an early age as accompanist and orchestral musician. He received his undergraduate Degree in piano performance at DePaul University in Chicago and after graduation was chosen as apprentice coach/conductor with the Zürich Opera House, where he remained several seasons working as conductor/vocal coach throughout Europe, including with the US Air Force. David returned to New York and received his Masters Degree from Queens College in orchestral conducting, also serving as opera accompanist/assistant conductor and adjunct professor for class piano and sight singing. He maintains a busy schedule teaching, serving as Music Director of Detour Theater company and accompanying for many local high schools.
Bon Voyage Concert: Dr. Alexis Davis-Hazell
An extra special treat for those who love music. Dr. Alexis Davis-Hazell will be performing a bon voyage concert as she will take her position at The University of Alabama as their Assistant Professor of Voice and Lyric Diction. We are so delighted that she is following her passion and purpose in this world. The concert will be July 1st, 2018, 2pm at Church of the Beatitudes. Free Admission. You wont want to miss this.
Beatitudes Music Rehearsal: Wednesdays, 7:30-9pm Choir Room.
Arts Council Meeting: First Sunday of the Month in the Patio Room 11:20am. All are welcome.
Interrobang Schedule:11:15-12pm Sundays in Nelson Hall Lounge. Topics for June - June 3: Sharing Faith-Journey Stories, June 10: Christian Century: Article for Discussion, June 17: Perseverance and Progressive Christianity, June 24: “Women in the Windows – Great Christians in COB Stained Glass.
Movie Night: Every 3rd Monday of the month movie showing in Nelson Hall Lounge.
Crusin' Cuisines: Meets the first Thursday of the month at 6pm at a different delicious venue. Next Meeting is at Rehab Burger Therapy, 1534 East. Bethany Home Road, Thursday, July 5th at 6pm. RSVP to email@example.com/ 602)246-2606 no later than Monday, July 2nd.
Community Life Ministry Meeting: No meeting June and July, Next meeting will be August 13th at 6pm.
The Nonfiction Book Group: The Nonfiction Book Group meets on Thursday, June 14 at 7 p.m. in Room 4. We will discuss Dava Sobel's book, Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time.
Arts Council Art Showing: The Art Departments of Sunnyslope and Washington High Schools are exhibiting their student and teacher work in the narthex. This show will hang in the narthex thru the summer. May 20-Aug 30.
Women In Faith: Women in Faith will not have regular monthly meetings from June through August. However, if we have informal get-togethers, we'll be sure to let you know about them in advance.
Beatitudes Book Club:Our next book, for June 28th is “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amor Towles. We will meet in the board room next to Buckwald's Grille at 5:30 p.m. Faith In Action Monthly Meeting: Do you contribute to ICM, ShoeBox Ministry, Bishops Pantry, Maryland School? Would you like to do more? Come to our monthly meeting. Second Wednesday of the month at 3pm in the Church Office. All are welcome.
ATTENTION: Ministries, Education Groups, Choirs, Social Groups, Outreach Groups, Partnerships, Book Clubs and all other organized groups
Faith in Action will begin using our newly constructed beautiful, portable Photo Board early in September. We would like to have photos that depict who we are and what we do.
It will be very welcoming and informative for our visitors and newcomers. As members, it will be fun to see the photos as they change from time to time. Please bring your pictures before August 15th if possible.
This will allow Faith in Action members the time to sort, group, label and attach to the Photo Board. If your pictures are on a memory card or disc, please have them printed at Walgreens or print them yourself using photo paper that doesn’t smear (glossy is preferred but not mandatory).
The 4x6 size is the preferred size if that works for you. The photos can be given to any FIA members. We will also be happy to answer any questions you may have. Your contribution of photos will be greatly appreciated.
FIA members are: Dee Sullivan, Peggy Shively, Nancy Klatt, Kris Nyman, Susan Torres, Dean Levene, & Phil Johnson
Father's Day Shoe Boxes for Homeless Men
Thank you!!! We were able to complete 40 shoeboxes of hygiene items and socks for Father's Day! They have been taken to the Men's Shelter in Sunnyslope. We appreciate your compassion and generosity for each of our outreach projects. Faith in Action & Shoebox Ministry.
The Art Departments of Sunnyslope and Washington High Schools are exhibiting their student and teacher work in the narthex. This show will hang in the narthex thru the summer. On Display from May 20-Aug 30.
Inside The Church Volunteer Opportunities
Call for Ushers
We are in desperate need for new ushers, we would like our new members to participate as it's a great way to get involved with the church as well as get to know everyone better. Ushers mainly greet people and hand out bulletins. They help people find restrooms, other rooms, etc. They take up the collection and serve communion. After the service, ushers go through the aisles and pick up items left and used bulletins, etc. If you are interested please email Joyce Glazner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Greeters
Please see Kyra Schaefer if you would like to be a friendly, helpful face of Church of the Beatitudes. email@example.com
Outside The Church Volunteer Opportunities
ICM Food & Clothing Bank is looking for summer volunteers Monday – Friday from 8:45 – 11:30a.m.. We are several positions open where volunteers of all ages can help. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-403-3577 for more information.
Serving Labor Day Lunch at Justa Center
Needing donations to purchase food and volunteers to serve lunch to approximately 140 people at the Justa Center on Labor Day. Justa Center serves homeless senior individuals. Donations to COB designating Justa Center. September 3 from 9:30am to 12:00pm, 1001 West Jefferson , Phoenix. Located on the Southeast Corner of 10thAve and Jefferson. Register with Doris or Pat to volunteer. email@example.com