Worship This Weekend
FCC Stained Glass
Our "Did You Hear the One About..." sermon series has just two more installments, and this Sunday's is,
"Did You Hear the One About... the Investment Brokers?"
 
The Parable of the Ten Pounds tells about a nobleman who entrusted his money to his servants and expected them to make a profit on the money. God expects us to use wisely what God has given us.  Read the scripture here:  Luke 19:11-27.
 
The church gathers for worship at ONE service this Sunday!  Please come at 10:00 instead of your usual worship time.  In addition to a "combined" worship service instead of a traditional and progressive service, we will celebrate Dawn Craig, our Office Administrator, and wish her well on her excellent adventure of moving to Memphis, TN.  After the service, ALL are invited to gather in Fellowship Hall to wish her well and enjoy a light lunch together.  It promises to be a fun and delicious experience, and Dawn looks forward to visiting with each of us before her departure in the next couple of weeks.
 
There will be no childcare this Sunday.   
 
food_drive_girl.jpg Gifts for Another Table:
In the month of July we are collecting items for the Regional Alternative School.  Suggestions are: 
shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothpaste, lotion, Chapstick, diapers
Don't Miss It

Activities/Events at Our Church
THIS Weekend

Sunday:   
           
10:00 a.m.       Combined Worship Service
                              in the Sanctuary                  
11:00 a.m.       Farewell Reception/Lunch  
                              in Fellowship Hall   
Prayer Concerns

CARD SHOWER:  Niola Daily       
 
PRAYER FOCUS:  Prayers for Dawn to have a smooth transition 
 
St. Francis, Peoria : Sue Brumme      
 
OSF St. Joseph: Hazel Kuhn
 
Aftercare: Helen Joyce Barclay, Wannie Beard, Betty Beer, Bob Goodall, Rita Hensley, Peggy O'Neal, Connie Rapp, Sid & Mary Smart, Pam Yerkes                                                                          
Hospice: Harold & Helen Goyen,Virginia Warren                                    
Treatment: Mary Moran, Sharon Warren

Serving this Sunday 

Please note:  This is current data as of Friday Email publishing date.  If you know of changes to your own duties, please continue as you have planned.   Thank you!
 
Acolytes:  Jeremiah Hall
Child Care: Not provided this Sunday
Deacons: 10:00 Martin & Sue Ross
Jr. Deacons:  Tyler Chapman, Rebekah Warren, Lydia Warren
Drivers:  Gary Thompson, Rich Crusius
Elders:  Joe & Sue Bandy
Homebound Elders:  Susan Cleaver, John Dailey
Fellowship Host:  Beverly Leight
Fill Candles:  Becky White
Greeters:  Shirley Wotherspoon, Rick Erickson, May Jackson
Information Center:   Pat Bozarth                         
Scripture: James Nussbaum            
Time for Children:  Patty Thompson 
Sound Techs: Brian Metz, Austin Metz        
Video Tech: Jen Petri 
Pulpit:  Jim Warren -- Luke 19:11-27  "Did You Hear the One About ... the Investment Brokers?"
The Parable of the Ten Pounds tells about a nobleman who entrusted his money to his servants and expected them to make a profit on the money.  God expects us to use wisely what God has given us.
 
Reminders
Things to Do While
You Are at Church

Pick up a brochure and registration form at the Youth Bulletin Board area for the July 22-28 FCC Youth Mission Trip to St. Louis.   Registration forms are due by July 18 (THIS Wednesday!).

Sign up to Give Blood at the July 20 Red Cross Blood Drive.  It's on a Friday at FCC and you can give between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.  Grab your favorite time slot, as we are only a week away from the event!  Not sure if you're eligible?  If you gave at FCC in April and haven't since then, you are safe to do so if you meet all other requirements.  Thank you for your support!

Support the 2018 Block Party 4 School Kits
by signing up and getting details at the Information Center.  Also support the block party by purchasing a Block Party T-shirt and by dropping new toothpaste and toothbrushes at the Information Center (ask your dentist when you go for a cleaning!).

OR, Support the 2018 Block Party by signing up at the Information Center to bake cookies for the lunches served that day (August 4) or a cake or two for the cake walk, also taking place during the event. 
 
Check In on Facebook while you are at church.  And at the One and All service feel free to use your device for social media, to share photos and thoughts about your worship experience as it happens.  Our Check-Ins have been increasing.  Keep up the great work!

Make a new friend!  Greet a visitor. Offer a kind word and share a bulletin.  Answer questions and walk them to the Information Center where a variety of information can be obtained.  Show new or frequent visitors how warm and inviting FCC can be.  
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See the Youth Bulletin Board in the Centrum for Camp schedules.

Children and Youth Sunday School and Youth Groups are on Summer break!   
 
Special event this summer:

July 22-28 Mission Trip to St. Louis


Upcoming
 
Brown Bag Bible Bunch meets at noon on Wednesdays.  The group is studying I Maccabees.  Bring a lunch to the conference room and join the study.  All are welcome!

Blood Drive
Friday, July 20, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Block Party
Saturday, August 4, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Blessing of the Backpacks  
  Students, please bring your backpacks with you to church on August 12.

Worship in the Park
Sunday, September 9

Sharing FAITH beyond the FCC walls.  Opportunities to be involved in our community...
 
Want to help the Warrens by providing a meal?  
 
If you would like to help provide meals for the Warren Family,  
please follow the steps below:
  • Go to the web site: takethemameal.com
  • Type in "Warren" for the family name
  • The Password: Godisgood
  • Sign up for the time(s) when you would like to supply a meal, and just follow the simple steps for delivery.
Thank you!


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Bloomington, IL  61701
  (309) 829-9327

  To contact Jenifer Petri about Church Communications, email her at Info@blmfcc.org or call 309 533-4912