Posted by Paul Ellis Jackson

Sermon title: “Enneagram: Reformer”

We welcome all of our visitors today and invite you to the fellowship hall for beverages and cookies after the worship service. Please follow the congregation to the left out of the sanctuary.


THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are given by Sabrina Standifer, in celebration of her husband, Duane Hawkes’ continued recovery from open heart surgery and shoulder replacement surgery!


MEMORIAL SERVICE for Jim Kelley is at 10:00am, on Saturday, July 14, here at UCC.

YOGA meets every Tuesday at 4:00 and Friday, at 10:00, in fellowship hall. The cost for the Tuesday class is $5 because it is instructor led.


ALL BOARDS MEET on Sunday, July 15, immediately following the worship service at 11:45 a.m.

HEAD-TO-TOE HYGIENE PANTRY workday is Thursday, July 19, from 9-11am, at 2130 E. 21st St. N. The Pantry is open on Saturday, July 21, from 9:00-11:30 a.m.

MENS’ LUNCH is Thursday, July 19, at 11:30, at Scotch & Sirloin.

NEW SERMON SERIES – begins today July 8, “Discovering the Enneagram: An Ancient Tool for a New Spiritual Journey.”  The Enneagram refers to the nine different types or styles, with each representing a worldview and archetype that resonates with the way people think, feel and act in relation to the world, others and themselves. It is much more than a personality profile that offers insight into core personality traits, as it delves deeper into the core motivations, defense mechanisms and fears that often lie in the unconscious layers of our personality structure. Your Enneagram core type is like a home base from which we make sense of individuation, integration and development. 
Visit this link at:, to take the Enneagram Test to
discover or reaffirm your character type.

COOKS NIGHT OUT – Will be an Asian theme on Thursday, July 26th, at 6:00 PM in fellowship hall. Robin and Eric McGonigle will be sharing with us their trip to Southeast Asia this spring where they visited Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. They will discuss the history, culture, and architecture of these
countries. They will also share what they learned firsthand about the customs of the people, their beliefs, and the impact of the government and their daily lives. They have many fascinating stories of their experiences and wonderful pictures. Please join us for a delicious Asian dinner and an interesting presentation. You can purchase tickets today in fellowship hall and the following three Sundays: July 8th, 15th, and 22nd.

FLOWERS FOR THE COMMUNION TABLE – Thank you to those that responded to the request to provide flowers. We really appreciate everyone for providing flowers each Sunday. There are still a few open dates that we need filled with volunteers to provide flowers for the communion table. The available dates are: September 9, and 16; October 21; and November 25. If you would like to provide flowers on any of the above dates please sign up on the PIC board in fellowship hall or contact Heidi at:, or by phone at 316-634-0430.