July Newsletter.indd - Easley Presbyterian Church

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July Newsletter.indd - Easley Presbyterian Church

July Sunday School

Adult Classes will meet in the Fellowship Hall for

a study of “The True Marks of Being a Disciple”. Led

by Dr. Bill Seel and Rev. Christie Gravely. All adults

are welcome. If you have not been in the habit of

attending Sunday school, this will be a great time to

start!

Summer Sunday School rooms: We will be relocating

all Sunday School rooms to the educational wing on

the Fellowship hall/gym side of the building for the

summer due to renovations. We will enter our new

classrooms after Rally Day.

~ K3/K4 will meet in Room E101 (this is also the new

children’s church room for the summer)

~ K5/1st will meet in Room E 206 (upstairs)

~ 2nd/3rd will meet in Room E205 (upstairs)

~ 4th/5th will met in E202 (current 4th grade room,

upstairs)

~ 6th-8th will meet in Room E104

~ 9th-12th Grades will meet in Room E103

(All classes are for grades just completed. We will

promote on Rally Day, August, 25.)

Children’s Church Room

for the Summer...

Due to the renovations, Children’s Church will meet

just down the hall from the Fellowship Hall in Room

E101. Please pick up your children there after the

services.

Camp Buc

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Please be in prayer for all of our campers attending

Camp Buc this summer!

Thank You!

A special thanks to all VBS volunteers! We all had

a blast at the “Everywhere Fun Fair!” We learned that

neighbors are friendly, neighbors are giving, neighbors,

are bold and neighbors are forgiving. We also learned to

love God with our whole heart, soul, strength and mind

and to love our neighbors as ourselves! Thanks again to

those who helped out. We couldn’t have done it without

you!

Especially, we would like to thank our codirectors

this year for all of their time, energy, creativity

and organization put into the fun fair. Thank you to Kelli

Burnett, Debra Gantt and Meredith Greene. You are

amazing!

Some of the highlights of our week together

included a daily visit from our feathered friend, Godwin,

with interesting and fun facts from countries around

the world. Our children enjoyed the koi pond in Japan,

playing the drums in Zimbabwe, new words and phrases

and games from United Kingdom and all the messy –

hands on projects in Australia. The Bible stories came to

life each night as children entered the Bible Bazaar and

encountered the EPC players.

Our mission emphasis this year was the Samaritan

Health Clinic which is providing medical care to those

in Easley who are in need. The children collected office

supplies all week and will be able to make a generous

donation of supplies.

Our 5th Graders put their faith into actions as they

served our church and our community all week long.

Please take a trip by the Samaritan Health Clinic to see

how they beautified the sign out front. They were also

able to make a donation of over 200 can goods to United

Christian Ministries after a can food scavenger hunt.

Some adults and youth enjoyed getting started

on our Habitat House and hope to continue to work

together this summer.

We ended the week with a cookout, singing and

a great time at the Closing Carnival Celebration with fun,

food and fellowship.

What a great week at the Everywhere Fun Fair!

Don’t forget to be a good neighbor to all of God’s children

both near and far and to love God with your whole heart!!

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