Looking Toward this Sunday July 2, 2017

Scripture: Acts Acts 9: 1-19
Sermon: The People's Choice: What does it mean to answer God's call?

Lib McGregor Simmons will preach at 8:30 and 9:45 in Lingle Chapel and at 11 in the sanctuary.

The People's Choice theme for this Sunday is "What does it mean to answer God's call?"  Acts 9 provides two stories of God's call.  One of them is dramatic, involving a voice that stops Saul in his tracks.  The second occurs less dramatically as God opens Ananias's eyes to a new vision of someone he had considered an enemy.  These two calls remind us that God's call is always a gift and that responding to it is never easy.
 

Deb Cameron, soprano, and Rosemary Klein,recorder,will sing Benedictus at the 8:30 service.
The Summer Choir will sing Come to Me, All Pilgrims Thirsty  at the 11 service.

The Sacrament of the Lord's supper will be celebrated from trays at 8:30 and by intinction at 9:45 and 11.

Ten Cents a Meal Offering  will be received at all worship services today . Please place your donations in the red baskets. If each family at DCPC contributed 30¢ a day each day for 30 days, that would equal $9 per month.
 

Summer Sunday Sundaes
SUMMER SUNDAY SUNDAES Come join the Fellowship Ministry for Summer Sunday Sundaes July 2, July 16 and July 30 at 7:00 p.m. 
on the Appleyard Patio.
Charlotte Rescue Mission Collection
 During the month of June you are invited to support men experiencing homelessness by placing one or more of the following items in one of the bins in the hallway of the first floor of the church. Men's Underwear - (M,L, XL); Men's Shorts - (L, XL); Short Sleeve Shirts - (L, XL); Combination Locks; Full Size Toothpaste.
Christmas in July!
It may seem early but we want to gauge interest about DCPC's involvement with Christmas in Davidson .  Join us on July 11 in the Upper Room at 7:30 p.m. as we talk about the various aspects of CID at DCPC and how you can be a part of it.  Hope to see you there!
Summer Concert
ART SONGS & ARIAS IN SUMMER with Helen Goldsby a concert in the DCPC sanctuary on July 16 at 3:00 p.m. featuring music by French composers Gabriel Faure, Francis Poulenc, Austrian composer Wolfgang Mozart and more. Ms. Goldsby will be accompanied by long-time collaborator pianist David Gilliland. The concert is a benefit for the S.S.A.N.G. foundation and tickets are available at Etix.com.
Support the Salvation Army's Center for Hope
July 24 - August 7 @ DCPC
you can support the Salvation Army's Center for Hope.
The Salvation Army women's shelter is overcrowded.  Churches have been asked to offer support between June and November by hosting women in their communities for one or more weeks.  We are currently planning to host 8 women as our guests the weeks of July 24 th - August 7 th .  We will need people to help with this by providing meals, helping with transportation, helping with laundry, and staying overnight.  Simply   CLICK HERE to view the Sign-Up Genius and find the activity that works for you.  Help us show love, welcome, and hospitality to these women who will be our guests at DCPC for two weeks. If you have any questions you may contact Richie King ( riking@davidson.edu ) or Jane Campbell ( usnpao@gmail.com ).
 

"YEAR FOUR, LET'S DO MORE"!
YEAR FOUR, LET'S DO MORE"! This project has been an overwhelming success for the past three Summers.  We are calling this Summer's project, "Year Four, Let's Do More"!  Our Congregation will be providing bags of food for 10 weeks instead of 9 for students from Blythe Elementary School.  That's 250 bags!  We will also be adding fresh, seasonal produce to each bag each week.  This need is tremendous, and the solution is simple.  Read the simple steps below to see how you can help DCPC meet this greater challenge this Summer.  
Follow these simple steps:
1.  Choose one or more of the following Fridays that you can provide a bag of food: June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18
2.  Email
Catherine Brag
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  or  Rosemary Klein  to sign up for  your specific dates.  A reminder will be sent the Monday of the week that you are providing a bag.
3.  Use the following list to fill your bag. Remember to use a brown paper bag.  
Helpful tips:
·  Store brands are fine
·  ½ gallon of milk and cheese sticks will be  added before delivery
·  Small variations from this list are acceptable
·  Fresh Seasonal produce
4.  Pack all food in brown paper grocery bag
5.  Bring your full bag to the Student Center  by 9:30 A.M. on your particular Friday. 
 If you'd prefer for someone to shop for you, write a check to DCPC and write "Blythe Food" in the memo line.
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1 loaf of bread, basic wheat or white 
1 small jar of Peanut Butter
1 small jar of strawberry or grape jelly
1 box of Macaroni and Cheese (Ex. Velveeta Shells- does not need butter or milk added)
1 box of any cereal that would appeal to kids
1 4- pack of individual fruit containers 
(must have easy peel off top)
3 cans of ravioli (must be easy pop top)
1 8- pack of peanut butter or cheese crackers
Adult Faith Formation
SUMMER ABC, ANOTHER BIBLE CLASS will be taught by John Ryan and Mary Margaret Porter June 11-July 16 at 9:45 a.m. in room 201.
 To prepare for this week's class, please read Exodus 1-10. Additionally, the author of the course, Adam Hamilton has a companion book titled Moses: in the footsteps of the reluctant prophet. It's available from Amazon in hardback and in a Kindle version. The book is not necessary, but is very interesting!

The Maloney class will continue to meet in the parlor at 9:45 a.m.
Prayers and Concerns
BG Jones- Carolinas Rehabilitation - Northeast
Betty Newbold- Pines HC
Nina Holcombe- Huntersville Oaks
Miriam Bode-Pines HC
Financial Update and Attendance

Davidson College Presbyterian Church
PO Box 337
Davidson, NC  28036
704-892-5641
www.dcpc.org