Welcome to all who share in our worship, fellowship, and service this day. If you are visiting for the first time, please sign the guest book in the entrance and join us for fellowship and refreshments in Guild Hall following worship.
Next Week’s Lessons: 2 Kings 2:1-12 ; Psalm 50:1-6 (2) ; 2 Corinthians 4:3-6 ; Mark 9:2-9
Stewardship Envelops: Just a reminder to take an envelop as you leave to consider your tithe to the church for the year. We will be using this number to help us figure out a base line for our budget in the upcoming year.
‘Ozuma-St. Andrews Young Adult Ministry– Bible Study: We will be doing a walk through the Genesis stories in February and March. Interested in leading a story or hosting a time let me know.
Any questions feel free to Call or Write Intern Pastor Tim Wrenn # 0108874172 or email@ email@example.com
Bill Evenhouse: Anger and Hope in Black American Work Songs.
Friday February 6 & 13
Brice and Sungmin Rogers: The disappearance of the Nubian Church Friday February 20 & 27
StaRs Committee: Next Meeting March 9th, 2009
Church Council: Next meeting February 16th, 2009
Congregational Meeting following the worship service on Friday March 6th. Please bring a dish or snack to share in the Guild Hall following the meeting.
Ash Wednesday Service: February 26th at 7:00 PM. Here at St. Andrew’s United Church of Cairo.
Musical Evening with Janice Gray: Friday March 6th at 7:00 PM
Lenten Congregational Gatherings: During the Lenten Period beginning Wednesday March 4th we will gather for a time of fellowship & study. Our first evening will be at Intern Pastor Tim’s flat in Maadi. We will be taking a look at some of the Lament and Ascent Psalms during this time. Those who wish to attend can bring a dish or snack to share following the study. If you would like to host one of these evenings please let Intern Pastor Tim or Pastor Lewis know.
Special Thanks: Make a Joyful noise to the Lord. We want to give a special thanks to all the musicians that helped out this year. A special thanks to Bill and Nell Evenhouse, Anne Shalaby, Martha Roy and Janice Gray for sharing your wonderful talents.