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Weekly newsletter | 5-19-2023

Congregational Meeting:
There will be a congregational meeting Sunday, May 21 (this Sunday), immediately following services in the sanctuary for the purpose of electing an Elder to fill the unexpired term of Doug Brown.
Sunday Services: 11 a.m. | Pastor Joe Reggin
May 21 | For God so loved …
Children’s Sunday School: 11:15 a.m. following the children’s story in services.
Adult Sunday School begins at 10:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall.
Beginning May 7, the adult Sunday school class will begin a study/discussion focused on the history of the Christian Church.  This study/discussion will run eight Sundays through June 25. We will cover topics from the beginning of the church in the first century and the development of theological ideas in the early church through the Reformation of Luther and Calvin, to the modern church.  We will observe the traditional summer break and return in August with additional topics to be announced at that time. If you would like additional information, please contact Joe.

Here are the scripture texts that will be the focus for our May sermons: 

21 May:      John 3:16-21                                For God so loved…  

28 May:      John 20:19023 & Acts 2:1-13     Two Stories of the Beginning  

Sunday Service Videos: If you missed services on May 7 and May 14, here are the links to both. When it’s possible, the links are also posted on our Facebook Page — usually a few days ahead of the newsletter.
Looking ahead | Save the date
June 4:  Celebrate Grads and Dads. Communion in services. Punch and cake will be served in Fellowship Hall to honor our grads and the men of our church. 
Personalize your summer sermon: 
Is there a Bible verse or verses you would like to hear explained in a sermon?  Is there a story from the Old or New Testaments you would like to be a sermon focus?  Is there an issue of belief in the Presbyterian Church, or Christianity in general, about which you have always wondered: “Do I really believe, or agree, with that?”  Let Joe know your question and he’ll develop a summer sermon to answer your questions.
Please pray for:
All people experiencing violence, war, hunger, or homelessness
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Owen and his family
Church Office Hours:
Maria, our office administrator, is in-office Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Pastor Joe: 
On-call: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Joe’s direct number is (727) 992-2579
Regular in-office hours: Weekdays from 9 a.m. — Noon. You may want to double-check with Joe first on Friday mornings; he may occasionally take a Friday away from the office.
Schedule an appointment: If you prefer afternoons or want to ensure a specific time to talk with Joe, please call him and make an appointment.
Emergencies off-hours: Call Joe. 
Contact the church office
1. Email: contact@peacecovenenantkeywest.com
2. Call the church office at 305-294-1223

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Pastor Daniel writes and posts a weekly newsletter that keeps members and friends of the congregation up-to-date. His earlier newsletters are also online, so if you missed something, check those past editions.

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