Posted by Paul Ellis Jackson

Sermon title: Seeing the World Through God’s Eyes

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


THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are given by Dane, Becky and Emily Hurt in celebration of Father’s Day.



YOGA meets Tuesdays at 4:00 ($5.00) & Fridays, 10:00, Fellowship Hall


COMMUNION Sunday, June 26.

COUNCIL MEETING on Monday, June 27.

LARKSFIELD TEA on Wednesday, June 29.

PRAYER SERVICE FOR CHILDREN OF KANSAS this Monday, June 20, at 5:00p.m., at Interfaith Ministries. Join Rev. Dr. Robin McGonigle as she helps lead this event.

People of all faiths are invited to this prayer service at Inter-Faith Ministries, 829 N. Market. Rev. Titus James, along with Robin, will lead the service
dedicated to children of Kansas.  “The Kansas State Legislature will consider the school funding question again on June 23.” said Rev. James. “This is an important issue for all Kansans. It affects not only schoolchildren but all of us as we consider the quality of life in our state.”

The Prayer Service will also include a moment of silence for the victims of the Orlando, Florida massacre. “So many lives were lost to this violence,” said Rev. James. “We join with people across the nation in mourning lives lost in this senseless tragedy.”

RESOURCE FAIR & MARKET on Tuesday, June 21, from 9:00-11:00 am, at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, in the Good Shepherd Hall, 430 N. Broadway. Come for breakfast and stay to talk with representatives from more than 20 social service and assistance agencies. Learn where to go when you, a parishioner, friend, employee or co-worker needs help with a variety of issues ranging from drug & alcohol dependency to homelessness

YOUNG AT ART—FINAL FRIDAY on Friday, June 24, from 5:30-8:30 pm, at Inter-Faith Ministries, Art of Faith Gallery, 829 N. Market. Illustrations, art and books by Pippa McNay, including illustrations from her most recent children’s book, “Flerds.” Also included is artwork from some of her students. A great event for the entire family.

CELL PHONES 4 CHURCHES is a program that allows you to donate your used cell phone to the church, the church staff will wipe it of all information, send it in for you and the church will receive a check for the worth of the phone. Cell Phones 4 Churches pays anywhere from $1 to $300, for a
single cell phone. We do the work for you and all you have to do is bring in your old cell phone and drop it in the box located in Fellowship Hall marked Cell Phones 4 Churches. Questions can be directed to Heidi at 634-0430.