The monthly newsletter for the First Presbyterian Church of Spring Hill, Tennessee.
On Wednesday I got back into the office from my regular trip to Poplar Estates in Columbia and realized it was July 1st! I guess that VBS and the Ice Cream Social preoccupied me to the point that regular stuff like the Newsletter got pushed aside. Sorry about that. There’re some things I want to bring you up to speed on from within the church family:
If you get this newsletter before the weekend, have a happy and safe 4th of July.
Yours in Christ,
Please keep our sick and shut-ins in your prayers: Billie Galloway, Liz Jacobs, Juanita Roberts, Jim Victory, and Jean Webster. Also keep Marnie Pewitt, June William’s sister, in your prayers. Please keep Ruby Heatley in your prayers; she is supposed to come home on July 5th. Chris Hogan and his family need our constant prayers as well. Keep Carla Beasley and her family in your prayers.
The regular blood drive this month won’t be regular; as a Donor Appreciation Event the hours will be extended so that the doors will be open from 10:00 until 6:00. Please step up to help our regular volunteers; especially since Ruby is recuperating from her surgery. If you can help let Ruth Cantrell or David know. And, if you are able to donate you can make an appointment at redcrossblood.org and enter the code SpringHill19 or call 1-800-733-2767 or come by and wait.
The Birthday Outing this month will be July 8, 11:30 at McAlister’s on Belshire Village Dr. (by Lowe’s). Our next Bake Sale will be on August 9; drop-off will be on the 8th from 1:00 until 3:00 in the Fellowship Hall; proceeds from the sale support our Children’s Church program. We will have a luncheon on August 24 in Fellowship Hall We want you to know we are still working on the Sunday School Project – sprucing up and new flooring. Thank all of you for your support throughout the year, and we hope everyone has a good and safe summer. Happy 4th of July!
Vacation Bible School was a success. We had close to 40 children every day, and we didn’t run out of cookies! Many thanks to Laura Purtle and Shelby Smith who co-directed VBS; they did a great job, and the children and staff had a wonderful and informative time.
June's "Guess Who?" – John McCord
July's "Guess Who?"