Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend. Don’t forget to set your clocks AHEAD before you go to bed Saturday night. (Spring forward; Fall back.)
1. We invite everyone to join us for our worship service this Sunday, March 5, 2023, 11:00 am – theReverend Amy Howe, preaching. All are welcome. Invite your friends!
2. Children’s Sunday School begins about 11:15 a.m., immediately following the Children’s Moment in our Worship Service.
3. Adult Sunday School begins at 10:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. We invite everyone to join us for this time of fellowship and discussion. This is a wonderful time to meet new friends, to become better acquainted with current friends, and to grow in our understanding of what our Faith means in our lives today. Claude Reams will lead our discussion.
Looking ahead: There will be no Youth Sunday School or Nursery on March 19 because of Spring Break.
Sunday Punch on the Patio: Looking for an easy way to offer your time and talents to Peace Covenant? Sign up for punch duty. See Carol Ann Hubbell after church Sunday to sign up and learn more. We have Punch on the Patio the first Sunday of each month. Preparing, serving and cleaning up are easy to do, make a lot of folks happy and there’s always someone willing to pitch in and help you. Never done it before? No problem. Member Care Committee members are happy to teach you.
Office Hours: Please note changes
The church office is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
You can reach Maria, the church’s administrative assistant, during these times.
Beverly Morris will also be available at the church office on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
If you have an emergency outside office hours, please contact one of the Elders listed below.
Sunday Service Videos: We’re still trying to find the best way to upload, post and email our Sunday Service Videos. We appreciate your patience and promise we will get it done soon.
What to do if you need pastoral care or assistance: For the next several weeks, we will not have a full-time pastor on call. However, we know that our members may need assistance in emergencies or crisis times. Your Session and Elders have ensured pastoral or church services will be available. Should you need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact any one of these Elders. All will welcome your call and will help you as needed.
Elder Doug Brown-515-9240-7623
Elder Beverly Morris-305-240-3228
Elder Niels Hubbell-404-915-1286
Elder Linda Cunningham-305-294-3066
Elder Ed Cunningham-305-295-7800
Pastor Nominating Committee:
1. The PNC has begun interviewing candidates for the Interim Pastor position. An Interim Pastor leads our congregation during the six-18 months it may take to recruit a new called pastor. The committee hopes to make a contract recommendation to Session in the next two weeks.
2. The PNC will complete its work on updating the Mission Study, the Ministry Information Form and the online survey next week. The committee will share the reports with the congregation after the committee reviews them. All of those reports are used as the PNC interviews pastor candidates.
2. The Committee on Ministry at Tropical Presbytery has approved our proposed job description for our new pastor search. With that approval we can officially begin our search for pastor candidates.
Hand Bell Players Needed
The Lent and Easter Season are upon us and Our Bell Choir has started Practicing Music for Sunday Morning Services. We are in need of Several more Players. We meet Monday evenings from 5:00-5:45 in the Sanctuary. You do not need to Read Music in order to play as Music is color coded with Markings. Please consider being part of this Ministry to enhance our Worship Experience at Peace Covenant. Contact John Penkoske at 920-210-3239 or see him after Service on Sunday for more information.
One Great Hour of Sharing
During this Lenten season, Presbyterians nationwide contribute to the One Great Hour of Sharing. Contributions to the One Great Hour of Sharing support the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People. Each of these organizations work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, their work fits together to provide people with safety, sustenance, and hope. Please Update Your Email Address
A few Sundays ago, the children of our congregation distributed “One Great Hour of Sharing Banks”, with fishes on them, so that we could collect our loose change. You may return these banks to the church any Sunday during Lent. You may also make a contribution with a check (payable to “Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church, with “OGHS” on the memo line), or in cash. Please put any cash contributions into one of the pew envelopes and mark “OGHS” on the outside, then drop the envelope into either the offering plate or the offering box in the Narthex as you leave the Sanctuary. We appreciate your generosity during this time!
Please help us share information by updating your email address and other contact information. You can provide your email address and other contact information in either of the following ways:
1. Email your contact information to this email: Offering Envelopes:
2. Call the church office at: 305-294-1223
Please pick up a box of offering envelopes at the table in the back of the church, near the door. In the front of each box, you will find an envelope for our “per capita.” The per capita is the amount each PC(USA) church pays per person to support the work and mission of our denomination’s General Assembly and each presbytery. Peace Covenant will pay $36.90 for each member. Your donation to our per capita will allow Peace Covenant to pay our share without having to use funds we budget for our missions and other important work of our church. We greatly appreciate your support and generosity to Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church!
Please pray for:
John Pettengill (Mary Cintron’s brother)
All people experiencing violence, war, hunger, or homelessness
Trinity Presbyterian Church