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Yellow Ribbon Sunday

Yellow Ribbon Sunday: Nov. 8

Yellow Ribbon Sunday
An outward sign of our prayers for the welfare and safe return of all serving,
and our prayers for peace and justice in this world.
Yellow Ribbon Sunday
During the singing of the final hymn in worship, family members of those serving, and veterans and any who desire, are invited to come  forward and take a ribbon from the front to tie around the sanctuary breezeway rails. These ribbons are an outward sign of the prayers we are lifting up for the many serving around the world, including members of this congregation, family members, and friends. The white ribbons are outwards signs of our prayers for all those living in the midst of war and violence, and our prayers for justice and peace across the world.  

At 8:30 and 11am in The Sanctuary, John DeBevoise is preaching on the lesson from Mark 12:38-44, with his message ’The Widow’s Mite.”

At 9:00 in the gym, David Bonnema is preaching in The Connection referencing Matthew 13:22 and 1st Corinthians 2:6-9, for his message “Life Among The Thorns.”

The Vespers Service will be at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel. This service utilizes scripture readings, contemplation, and prayer. It lasts about a half hour and includes the sacrament of communion.

Sabbath worship kicks off Saturday evening at 5:30pm at Bel-Mar Presbyterian Church, where the entire congregation is invited to join Rev. Michael Peacock in this casual, family-friendly service.

We hope you will join us in worship at some point across the weekend!

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