June Newsletter.indd - Easley Presbyterian Church


June Newsletter.indd - Easley Presbyterian Church

Summer Sunday School for Adults

All Adults are invited to attend the summer series,

The Six Marks of a Disciple, beginning June 23 in the

Fellowship Hall.

If you are not currently a member of a Sunday School

class, or have gotten out of the habit of coming

regularly, this summer would be a great time to start

again! Dr. Bill Seel and Rev. Christie Gravely will be

teaching from a book called The Disciple Making

Church and helping us discover the true marks of a


June 23:

June 30:

July 7:

July 14:

July 21:

July 28:

A Heart for Christ Alone

A Mind Transformed by the Word

Arms of Love

Knees for Prayer

A Voice to Speak the Good News

A Spirit of Servanthood & Stewardship

Welcome Leigh Ramsey as

Our Summer Intern!

We welcome Leigh to our staff this summer. She

is a rising sophomore at Presbyterian College,

majoring in Christian Education. Leigh grew up

in First Presbyterian Anderson and has been very

active there all of her life. Her office will be in the

Choir Room so stop by and visit her. Her email

address is lhramsey@presby.edu. So call, email or

stop by soon!

Now Enrolling

Easley Presbyterian Church Kindergarten is now

enrolling for the fall. Space is available for ages

K2-K5. Call Libby Dodson at 859-0737 for more


Vacation Bible School

VBS begins June 9 at 5:00 p.m.!!! All are welcome!

Come one, come all to the Everywhere Fun Fair! It is

not too late to register, so go online today (www.

easleypresbyterian.org) and register for a week full of

fun learning what it means to truly be a good neighbor!

Don’t miss out on this fun week. There are classes for all

ages (nursery through 5th grade).

If you are looking for another way to be involved, there

are several mission opportunities during the week of

VBS that all youth and adults are invited to participate

in. We have three very special mission opportunities to


• Samaritan Health Clinic: The clinic is practicing

being a good neighbor to those in need right here

in Easley. We will help to ease their burdens by

collecting items that they use every day.

Bring the following items the week of VBS:

Sunday: paper lunch bags

Monday: pencils

Tuesday: post-it notes

Wednesday: Kleenex

Thursday: glue sticks

Other items that are being collected in

the glass hallway during the month of June:

highlighters, pens, postage stamps, toilet paper,

antibacterial soap, Ziploc bags (quart and gallon size),

spiral notebooks, and copy paper

• Adult Service Projects: Habitat Build–If you are 16

years or older, meet in the Fellowship Hall at 6:00

p.m. each night to travel to the Habitat site to help

with some projects there. There will be a few other

projects around the church during the week of VBS

if construction is not your gift!

• Ten Thousand Villages: Support our neighbors

around the world by shopping each night at the Ten

Thousand Villages shop. All proceeds go directly

back into the hands of those who make each item.

This is a hit each year at VBS! Get a jump on your

Christmas shopping now!



Many thanks to our VBS Directors: Debra Gantt, Kelli

Burnett and Meredith Greene.

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