- Circles will be held on 4 Wednesdays (February 21 & 28, March 7 & 14), from 7:00-8:15 pm. Download THIS PDF to view the Circle options. RSVP directly to the leader of that Circle.
- Community Dinner, Fellowship Hall, 6:15-7:00 pm on same 4 Wednesdays. Catered by Saucy Salamander, $15 each. Meal reservations is a 2-part process. First, email Kay Black (email@example.com) and let her know which dates you will be eating and how many people. Second, pay for meals online (http://www.annapolis-presbyterian.com/pay).
Worship, Education Hour & Coffee
Comunidad Presbiteriana La Trinidad
Officer Ordination & Installation
2018 Lenten Covenant Circles
ANNUAL MEETING AND POTLUCK: January 28
Sunday, January 28, 5:00 pm dinner followed by the meeting, both in Fellowship Hall. Bring a main course or side to share. The meeting will include a history story with Church Historian, Will Mumford; youth energizers; mission updates; a vote on clergy compensation; an update on plans following Bill’s retirement (in June); distribution of the 2017 Annual Report; and conversation, laughter, and prayer in a church family gathering.
Volunteer at Winter Relief: February 12-19
We will again partner with St. Anne's Episcopal Church to co-host Winter Relief. Help is needed and appreciated now more than ever; it takes over 100 volunteers to make this one week happen! Visit Homeless Helper for more information about volunteer opportunities. For questions, contact Bill Hatchl.
Join First Presbyterian Church
Those interested in joining are invited to one or both of the following:
1. Learn more at the "Come & Consider" Class about membership in a short, 20-minute conversation in the Library Parlor on Sunday, January 14, 12:10-12:30 pm. Children welcome. No RSVP necessary.
2. Attend the Winter New Member Class on Sunday, February 28, 4:00-6:00 pm in the Zimmerman-Wilson House (138 Conduit Street). RSVP to Bruce Bell, Elder, Membership Committee.
#MeToo Listening Sessions
Sundays, January 28 OR February 4, 12:15-1:30 pm. Many women have their own story to tell of sexual harrassment and abuse. And for too long, there have not been supportive places to speak about those experiences. Come have your story honored, heart, and believed in a sacred and safe space of sharing facilitated by Rev. Heather Shortlidge. Advance registration required to Heather. Each session limited to 10 people; additional sessions will be scheduled if necessary. Sponsored by the Congregational Life Committee.
Middle East Lecture with JF Seznec
Jean Francois Seznec will be speaking on The Saudi Trump Card in the Middle East on Sunday, February 11 at 12:15 in Fellowship Hall. We are privileged to have Professor Seznec in our congregation and once a year he shares his insights and knowledge about the region in this forum. He is fresh from a trip to Saudi Arabia and will be bringing us very immediate information and perspective. Please join us for one of the most well attended annual events on our church calendar.
Join the pastor each Wednesday from 4:00-5:00 pm this summer in the Courtyard for bible study and conversation. The scripture explored will be the upcoming sermon text announced each week in the bulletin under "LOOKING AHEAD IN WORSHIP" (also announced in the monthly newsletter.) The study meets rain or shine and shifts inside to Kinhart Center 1a if inclement weather. Open to friends and members. Contact the office with questions.
Rev. Hathaway's Retirement: May 2018
"Last night I informed the Session of my plans to retire in 2018. Our Staff Committee suggested that I give the congregation a nine month notice thus the timing of this letter; my last Sunday in worship will be May 20, 2018..." To read Bill's full letter, please click RETIREMENT.
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