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Subject:                                         Concord Connect - July 23, 2020

 

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concordconnects
  
July 23, 2020
  
Keeping you connected to the life and ministry of 
Concord Presbyterian Church!

Pastor Steve Clark preaching
Sunday, July 26

For this Sunday, READ Ezra 3:10-13 and REFLECT: After several generations in exile in Babylon, most of the people of Israel have returned to their beloved homeland and their capital city of Jerusalem. Under the prodding and guidance of Ezra, they begin rebuilding the temple which had been completely destroyed by the Babylonians. In this text, the people gather to celebrate the completion of the new temple's foundation. The crowd's reaction is mixed: some celebrate in joy at this new beginning (v. 11) , while others weep in grief as they remember what they have lost (v. 12). In the midst of what is currently going on in your life and in the world, what new beginnings are happening that are worth celebrating? What is being lost that causes you to grieve? Where are you seeing God's work of "rebuilding" going on? How can you be part of it? 

TO JOIN US in worship this Sunday, July 26, CLICK ON THE PICTURE above to go to the home page of our Concord website. Near the bottom left on the home page, click on that same picture to connect with the worship video. The worship video will be accessible after 9:00am each Sunday morning.

 

 

Service Weekend - Blessing Bags
Sat. & Sun., July 25-26

Concord's Mission Team and Concord Youth Group will be collecting donations and making Blessing Bags for our homeless neighbors this coming weekend. See the list below for items needed (NEW, unopened items only, please), as well as a scheduled drop-off day/time for donations and pick-up day/time for completed Blessing Bags: 

 

Soap ~ Toothpaste ~ Toothbrush ~ Deodorant ~ Socks ~ Mints/Gum ~ Wipes ~
Hand Sanitizer ~ Comb ~ Masks ~ Beef Jerky ~ Bottled Water ~ 
Tuna Snack Pack ~ PB Cracker Pack ~ Cheese & Cracker Pack ~ Granola Bars

 
DONATION DROP-OFF:
Sat., July 25 from 10:00am - noon
in the Concord Church parking lot
 
BLESSING BAG PICK-UP:
Sun., July 26 from 10:30am - noon
in the Concord Church parking lot

 

 

 

Family Fellowship Night
July 16, 2020

A fun evening of socially-distant activities, games, and ice pops with
Sunday School and Youth Group families. 

 

 

 


Our weekly MUG & MUFFIN study meets again next Wednesday, July 29 from 10:00-11:00am. To join the Zoom gathering, follow the instructions below.
 

To join ONLINE, click on this link.


To join by CALLING IN:
(1) dial 646-558-8656
(2) If asked, enter the meeting number 879-780-5150 (no dashes)
(3) When asked for participant ID, just press the # sign
(4) When asked for meeting password, enter 489133, followed by the # sign

 

 

Congregational Care Visits

Greetings to all,
     If you are tired of staying at home and want to accompany me on some home visits [actually yard and porch and sidewalk visits], let me know. We set up a time with someone who would love to see some church faces - especially those with no internet capabilities to see YouTube or participate in Zoom or even to read email. We then figure out how the visit will work - through a window or door or porch stoop, etc. 
     We drive separately, wear masks, and do not go indoors. This is a real opportunity to bring joy to others and to experience it yourself. Let me know if you're interested, and we can talk.  
Peace and love, Kathie 

kspownallkathie@aol.com
 or 302-373-7127

 

Felleng Kalema & Bobbie Longacre visiting from a distance (and talking via cell) at Foulk Manor North.

 

The Hazels ride-by... the Pressleys!

 

Elinor Weaver & Kay Jewett socializing on Elinor's porch, properly masked of course!

 

Nancy & Ashley Tieste during a visit with Kathie Pownall.

 

 


Prayer Requests
Prayers of comfort & healing for Phil Lind, in Christiana Hospital due to heart issues, fluid retention.
Prayers also for Carol Lind's brother Robert Hall, hospitalized in West Chester following TIA & kidney infection. 
Prayers of healing for Gail Greene - continuing to recuperate at home with tests, rest & medicine. She is dealing with heart issues caused by kidney problems & colitis.
Prayers of sympathy & caring for Nancy Tucker & family following the death of Nancy's mother Jackie Tucker on July 6. (obit)
Buzz Buswell, eye surgery next week.
Cynthia Miller, undergoing additional cancer surgery on Aug. 3. 
Prayers of healing for Allene Goodfellow, recovering at Kentmere from a fall & in excellent spirits. No visitors or calls, but cards & notes welcome.
Prayers of comfort & healing for Melanie Slezak's mother - painful back issues; very anxious about corrective procedure.
Prayers of comfort for Carol Lind's Uncle Bob, whose esophageal tumor has metastasized. He is undergoing chemotherapy.
Continued prayers for Dan & Nancy Pressley and family.
Prayers of gratitude for the lives Rev. C.T. Vivian and Congressman John Lewis who offered their voices & their selves to the cause of racial justice & reconciliation. Also prayers of condolence for their families & friends following their deaths last week.
Prayers for all those suffering from loneliness & isolation as they continue to live "apart," especially for those who do not fully understand the reason why.
Prayers for the safety & well-being of police, firefighters, EMS workers & other first responders who run towards danger to keep us safe.
Prayers of gratitude for farmers, laborers & store employees who continue to work each day so we can eat.
***

A Diaspora Prayer Group prays on Mondays at 9:00am for those on the church prayer list
(of which this is just a part). If you would like to add names/needs to this list and
this ministry of prayer, click here: info@concordpc.org.

 

 

 

 

 

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