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  • CALENDAR OF EVENTS

    Sunday, July 2 8:00am—12:00pm Children’s Church & Nursery 8:15am—Early Worship 8:45am—Senior Blood Pressure Checks 9:30am—Classic Worship/Adult Sunday School Classes 9:30am—11:45am—Children’s Sunday School 9:30am & 10:45am—Mid and High School Sunday Classes 10:45am—Contemporary Worship 5:00pm—Tweens Summer Small Group/Youth Group Monday, July 3 Tuesday, July 4 Church Closed— Happy Independence Day Wednesday, July 5 10:00am—Pickleball 1:00pm—GriefShare 6:30pm—AA/Brassbyterians/ Praise Band Rehearsals 7:30pm—Young Professionals Thursday, July 6 6:30am—Men’s Breakfast Study 9:30am—Women’s Bible Study 10:00am—Senior Ladies Basketball 6:00pm—Pack 241 Wolf Den 6:30pm—GriefShare 7:00pm—Choir Practice Friday, July 7 Saturday, July 8

    Have ministry news that needs to appear in the weekly Sandia News? Contact Dawn Gray, dawng@sandiapres.org, or Crystal Jackson, crystalj@sandiapres.org, for deadline and submission details. You can also contact them by phone at 505.856.5040.

    Sandia News 07/02/17

    Youth Mission Trip, July 8-15, 2017

    Please pray for the members of the mission trip team, who are heading to Leeds, Maine, to do various renovations and improvements in the rural community there. Pray for good health, travel mercies, safety, and that each will experience Christ in a new way.

    Tyrin Barber Madison Hayden

    Victoria Bytwerk Damon Nelson

    Mike Coltrin Caytlin Petrova

    Carter Erickson Mayna Rivera

    Spencer Goss Kaylyn Rockhold

    Sarah Grenemyer Halecia Wimpy

    TODAY’S MESSAGE: Soul Care: The Soul Needs Freedom, Psalm 119:17-32. WORSHIP SCHEDULE: 8:15 Early worship in the Sunrise Chapel; 9:30 Classic worship in the Sanctuary; 10:45 Contemporary worship in the Sunrise Chapel. BASEBALL OUTING: Isotopes vs. Iowa Cubs, Saturday, July 29, at 7:05pm, with a fireworks show after the game. Buy tickets in Fellowship Hall: $10.50. HAVE A HEART FOR THOSE WHO ARE GRIEVING? Our church needs a small team of volunteers to help plan and facilitate funeral receptions. Skills needed are: making phone calls, shopping, or helping with set-up and service. Even if you only have one of these skills, there's a place for you on our team. We have a well-established process, thanks to our current facilitators, and a deacon will serve along side you. Call or email Terri Roseth 856-6964, flauta@q.com.

  • LIVING WATER TRIPS. If you are interested in learning more about the Living Water trips for 2018, there will be an Informational Meeting on Sunday, July 23 after the 10:45 service. We will be giving simple overviews of the two trips we have planned for 2018, Feb 17-24 to Guatemala and June 24-30 to Nicaragua. We will answer any questions you may have and provide some basic info about the cost, how to sign up, and what you actually do on a trip. Here’s your chance to ask any questions you may have! We would love for you to join the Living Water Team from Sandia Pres in 2018! If you have any additional questions, please contact Nancy Key at nkey@comcast.net, or Steve Sobolik at 292-3959, ssobolik@lobo.net. NEWSPAPERS WANTED: Our Youth Ministry is searching for newspapers! Please collect yours during the week and drop them off in the designated receptacle on Sundays in the Youth Office! MISSING THE MONTLY SENIOR LUNCHEONS? We are taking a break for the summer but will be back with great speakers, lunch and fellowship on Thursday, August 17. INFORMATION, PLEASE… Come check out the Welcome Centers outside the Sunrise Chapel and the Sanctuary for information and sign-up sheets. Helpful volunteers will be there to assist you. TOOL-BELT MINISTRY: There are small repair projects around the church that need help. Projects include patching plaster, touching up paint, changing light bulbs, and small outside projects. You are invited to be at the church the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of every month between 9:00 AM-noon to share your skills. Business/Facilities Manager Tom Emigh will have projects lined up. Bring your skills and small hand tools and let’s keep SPC looking nice. IN NEED OF SUPPORT? Are you in need of prayer, a meal, transportation, or know someone who is? Your Deacons are here for you! You'll find a deacon or two each Sunday near the Welcome Tables outside the Sanctuary and The Sunrise Chapel following each service.

    NEW WORSHIP SERVICES DESCRIPTION

    8:15 in the SRC - This service leans somewhat traditional: call to worship, a hymn, and another hymn before the benediction. We might include a contemporary song in the middle. There will be special music performed by various groups and ensembles in the church. The choir will rarely make an appearance in this service. There will be no organ since the service meets in the Sunrise Chapel (SRC). There will be no children’s sermon at this service, but there will be childcare up to 5 years old. This service is very casual and designed for people who like to get an early start on Sundays.

    9:30 in the Sanctuary - This is the Traditional Service. This service also begins and ends with a hymn and includes the same liturgy as the 8:15 service. This service will include the 40- member chancel choir and the organ. The choir and the ministers wear robes at this service. This service will also feature special music from soloists and various ensembles. The same sermon will be given by the same pastor as the 8:15 service. There will be a children’s sermon at this service. After the children’s sermon, kids will be able to attend Sunday School. This is our biggest service, designed for people who prefer a more traditional feel.

    10:45 Contemporary in the SRC - The contemporary service is new to Sandia Presbyterian and is very relaxed and casual. Naturally, the music is very contemporary and new. Singing is led by a worship leader and a band. Only very rarely will there be special music performed as the music is meant to be participatory. The same sermon will be given by the same pastor as the earlier two services. There will be a children’s message at this service. After the children’s sermon, kids will be able to attend Sunday School which is also offered this hour.

  • SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES FOR ADULTS THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA. C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia has inspired faith in readers for over 60 years. This class will explore the meaning and theology of The Chronicles of Narnia. Taught by Rev. Jeff Pearson and Rev. Suzanne Ebel in Room 214 at 9:30 and repeated at 10:45 on Sundays from June 4 through July 23. THE ART OF THINKING BRILLIANTLY. The Sunday School class called Monday Morning Missions, led by Gary Oppedahl, is studying this video series by Graham Cooke. This class will help you partner with God in your thinking about every situation you encounter, and to be curious and not judgmental. Above all, we will learn that Jesus is the starting place. Sundays in Room 221, the Study, at 9:30. COMING SOON JOB. Job, sufferer of the Old Testament…or righteous hero? Is human existence servitude with pain and suffering? Or is it more? We will explore the relevance of Job’s life and today’s human struggles. The class will look at the question of why the “Righteous Suffer” and find hope for our own lives through our study. Taught by Rev. Frank Shope in Room 214 at 9:30 and repeated at 10:45 on Sundays from July 30 through September 3. THE CASE FOR FAITH. The Sunday School class CrossCurrents is studying this book by Lee Strobel. This class will discuss the toughest objections to Christianity. Led by Greg Chalmers and Margi Zoucha on Sundays starting on July 30 in Room 218 at 10:45.

    CELEBRATION: As the 4th of July holiday approaches, we celebrate our opportunity to worship God freely; what better way to worship Him than celebrating the generous donations for the “Christmas in June” food drive. Thank you!

    YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE from 5-7pm tonight. Dress in your most creative red, white, and blue for our Patriotic Party! SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES continue at 9:30am & 10:45am for Middle School and High School. LUNCH BUNCH for incoming Freshmen will be tomorrow at Noon at the Dion’s Pizza on Academy. JULY YOUTH MINISTRY POSTCARDS have been mailed! Please let Halecia Wimpy or Megan Smith know if you didn’t get one. STUDENT LEADERSHIP TEAM (including adults) will meet at Noon on Sunday, July 16 to discuss the fall ministry calendar.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY NEWS SUMMER SMALL GROUPS. All Sunday evenings in June & July from 5-7pm for Incoming 4th & 5th grade girls (Faith Girlz!) & boys (Did someone say Legos & messy science experiments?!). Contact Jennie for more info and to sign up to get the devotional book. PARENTS MORNING OUT. We will take a break in June & July from having our Parents Morning Out on Thursdays and we will resume on Thursday August 3rd from 9am-Noon for children age 3 and under. MOM’S CONNECTION. From May 31 – August 9th, we will add programming in the Youth Lounge for Elementary ages on Wednesday mornings during our Mom’s Connection Bible Study from 9:15am-11:15am. We currently offer a Bible lesson and activities for 2-5 yr olds in the Exaltation Station, and nursery care for under 2s

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