We will have a POTLUCK BREAKFAST in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday April 28th at 8:00 a.m. followed by a work session to process into the pews our new "Glory to God" hymnals.
We have moved it to this date to avoid conflict with the North Florida Women's Chorale Concert in St. Augustine on May 12th.
Interested parties please RSVP to the church office with a short note in the Offering Plate. Everyone (or couple) is asked to bring a BREAKFAST DISH to share; we will eat and fellowship, followed by a quick clean-up of the Fellowship
Hall then head to the Sanctuary for a structured hymnal processing event. We will be carefully opening our hymnals to ensure they are properly broken-in, affixing dedication plates therein, and collecting and sorting the old BLUE hymnals for disposition.
We expect to be done by 10:30. Look forward to all who are interested in helping out! If you have already advised Bill Broyles about this, please still put your name into the offering plate for a master headcount.
"Glory to God"
Please plan to be in worship with your Hodges family on April 29, 2018, to celebrate the dedication of our new hymnal, Glory to God! We are very excited about this new aid for worship and it holds many or our old favorites, as well as new music which is sure to also become favorites in the years ahead. Both services will be special arrangements and a HYMN SING, as we lift up the Word of God in song through our new hymnal. Don't miss it! We would still like to invite you to participate by donating one (or more!) in honor or in memory of someone. The cost is $20 per book. Check with the office for forms.
On Sunday, May 6th at 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Hodges Boulevard Presbyterian Church
All donors will receive a FREE OneBlood T-shirt and a wellness checkup including blood pressure, temperature, iron count, pulse and cholesterol screening!
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In Honor of their 42nd Anniversary
By: Steve & Cindy Benz
In Memory of Claude Harper
By: Chuck & Alice Harper
Mutual Mission with Jamaica. On Sunday, April 22, we received the 2¢-A-Meal Offering. The offering supports a mutual ministry between the churches of the Presbytery of St. Augustine and churches from several denominations in Jamaica. The Americans minister in Jamaica together with the Jamaicans, and Jamaican Christians come to northeast Florida to minister together with Presbyterians here. Those who wish to participate in the offering should place a canister or receptacle on the table where meals are eaten. Each person places two cents per meal in the receptacle. The accumulated money is brought to the church and received as an offering on the fourth Sunday of each month. Please contact the church office 223-6922 for further information.
TO ALL LADIES OF THE CHURCH!!
You are cordially invited to attend a Kentucky Derby Luncheon Gala to be held on Saturday, May 5th at 11:30 am to 1:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall.
Please wear your best Kentucky Derby Hat! A Prize will be given for the best chapeau!
We shall serve genuine Kentucky Derby food!!
Also, we shall have a delightful short program from our friend Madeline Grader entitled "My Love Affair with Footwear". You won't want to miss it!
Food, fellowship and fun! It's a Party! Come Join Us!
~ Presbyterian Women ~
Medical Donations are accepted at the homeless shelter located at Shetler Ave, Jax Beach. That facility supports the homeless population by providing both medical services by volunteers and evening dinner meals prepared by volunteers. Our church serves dinner at the Beaches Mission House on the third Monday evening of each month. But did you know that unopened, prescription drugs may be donated also if within expiration date? So rather than throw away surplus drug refills, consider a donation to the shelter. According to Kat, donations of medical supplies/Rx can be dropped off Mon - Friday between 9am - 5pm. For more info phone Kat 241-7340.
Bibles and Bagels, the early morning men’s study group, started a new 9-week study on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 7:00 a.m. It is a study of the formative Reformation movement using “The Reformation for Armchair Theologians” by Glenn Sunshine, a readable, narrative story written for lay audiences. We will study the history, causes, theologies and results of the Reformation. We will study some of the familiar, early leaders of this period, such as, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox and others.
Join us early morning, mid-week for bagels, coffee, some energizing discussions and Christian fellowship in the Fellowship Hall to share and learn a little about the history and formation of our Presbyterian faith. We will have you out and on your way by 8:00. You are sure to be blessed!