First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena
The sound of an emergency siren means someone or many people are in danger. In response, the Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena invites all to join us in offering a quick prayer each time an emergency siren is sounded. Pray for those in harm’s way. Pray for those who rush to help. Pray for frightened family members. Pray for all to know God’s peace and presence.
Please join in – and spread the word.
God welcomes prayer from people of all faiths!
A new adult Sunday school class begins September 11. The class chooses a book to study and shares responsibility for leadership. The first suggested book is The Power of Regret by Daniel Pink.
Brown Bag and Bible is back on Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m. in the Bride's Room.
Bring your Bible and lunch.
The fall study is Genesis: Greatest Hits.
Cut Ups meets Wednesday, August 17, at 1:00 p.m.
to make decorative garden pots.
You will need a clay pot. If you have a glue gun, please bring it, but some are available. Paint is also available unless you want a custom color.
YOUNG AT HEART meets this Thursday, August 18, at 10 a.m.
Bring a dish if you are able.
We look forward to seeing all you fun-loving seniors for fellowship, a devotional, Chickenfoot, and Hand & Foot.
So, you and your feet join us this third Thursday!
The Brunch and Book Group will meet in Fellowship Hall and on Zoom on Saturday, August 20, at 10:00 a.m. to discuss A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of the American Spy Who Helped Win World War II, by Sonia Purnell. Bring a dish to share.
Easy Rag Quilt Class
Have you ever wanted to learn how to quilt? But didn't know where to start? Or, you are a quilter but wanted to learn a different way to quilt? Bring your sewing machine and learn how to Rag Quilt, an easy, forgiving form of quilting. No sewing experience needed. The class will begin at the end of August or early September. A day class and possibly an evening class will be offered. Look for a table in the narthex with examples and a sign up sheet. Updates will be posted in the bulletin. Call Donna Gilchrest with any questions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for great fellowship and quilting!
Where is Presbyterian Disaster Assistance working?
In Kentucky, Missouri, and Virginia with flood victims
In Uvalde with counseling
In Ukraine and the countries who have taken refugees
and many more places in the United States and around the world.
If you can help, please donate.