September Newsletter - Easley Presbyterian Church

September Newsletter - Easley Presbyterian Church

Wonderful Wednesday

Resumes September 11!

Bring yourself, your family, your friends and your

neighbors to the church at 5:30 for a meal prepared

for you, followed by Bible Study and activities for all


Adult Class: “New Name, New Life”

Led by Dr. Bill Seel and Rev. Christie Gravely

September 11 through October 2

This class will meet in the Sanctuary and will feature

characters in the Bible whose lives and names were

dramatically changed by the grace and love of God.

Communion Education Class

For 3rd Graders & Parents

Sunday, September 22, 10:00 a.m.

This class will meet in the Fellowship Hall and will begin

the conversation about the significance of the Sacrament

and why we celebrate this joyful Feast.

Please note: This class will be a repeat of previous classes

offered. If 4 th and 5 th graders missed the previous classes,

or would like a refresher course, they are welcome to

attend. The class will be led by Rev. Christie Gravely and

Ginna Lister.

End of Summer Sizzle

September 11 – Abraham and Sarah (Christie)

September 18 – Jacob (Bill)

September 25 – Daniel (Bill)

October 2 – Peter (Christie)

Children & Youth Classes

Come find out more on September 11.

programs for all ages.

We have

September 11-

September 18-

September 25-

September Menu

Taco Bar, Assorted Pies, PB&J

Baked Chicken, Garlic Mashed

Potatoes, Broccoli Salad, Cakes,


Lasagna, Salad, Garlic Bread,

Cookies, PB&J

Please remember to sign up for a meal online or on

the bulletin tear slip each week so that we can be

good stewards of the food prepared for us.

At the end of July, the SOAR day campers chose 2 worthy

places to receive their donations made from lemonade

stands. Thornwell Home for Children and Marys House

each received $155.61. Way to go SOAR!

Pictured below are our current 6 th graders who “moved on

up” this summer at an overnight retreat at Camp

Buc. Please be in prayer for these and all our students as

they begin a new school year.



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