November 11, 2022
Please join us for Dedication Sunday,
this Sunday, November 13th as we make our offerings for 2023.

You can also make your pledge online at
by mailing in your pledge card to the church office. 

After worship, the Stewardship Committee will host Fall Fest in Fellowship Hall. 

We hope to see you there!
Our Forum series with Jennifer Koosed, Ph.D.,
Professor of Religious Studies at Albright College
concludes this Sunday, November 13.
The topic being discussed is “The Family of Abraham”. 
The world’s three major monotheistic traditions all trace themselves back to one man, Abraham, who may have lived almost 4000 years ago. In this three session class, we will explore Abraham and the traditions that descend from him. The first session will explore the texts—the Bible and the Quran—to see how each tradition (especially Judaism and Islam) understands Abraham and his family; the second session will compare some Jewish and Muslim beliefs and practices; the third session will examine the Temple Mount area, also called al-Haram al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary), one of the most contested holy sites in the world. Family relationships are sometimes the most fraught; not only will we discuss the past and present of Judaism and Islam, but we will also explore some future possibilities for these sibling religions.
Advent is almost here!
Advent Devotions in the Home
he Spiritual Formation Committee has compiled meditations from some of our congregation members in the Advent Devotional book which will be available on Sunday, November 27th.
Advent/Christmas Collections 2022
Being the Church This Week

Sunday, November 13 
Sunday School – 9:15 AM
Service of the Lord’s Day 10:30 AM
Dedication Sunday, Rev. Jessica Hainley, preaching 
Fall Fest after worship hosted by the Stewardship Committee in Fellowship Hall
Sr. Seekers Chopped – 6-7:30PM
Monday, November 14
Music & Rec – 4:30-6PM
Cubs/Troop – 7PM
Tuesday, November 15
Yoga - 8AM – Community Room  
Staff Meeting – 10:30AM
Lectio-Divina - 7:30PM - via Zoom
Wednesday, November 16
Yoga - 8AM – Community Room
Prayer Shawl Ministry - 12:30PM - Library
Girl Scouts – 5:30-7:30PM
Session – 7PM
Thursday, November 17
Sisters of Way Bible Study – 9:30AM
Community Meals – 5PM – Fellowship Hall
Chancel Handbells Rehearsal – 6:30PM 
Chancel Choir Rehearsal – 7:30PM
Friday, November 18
Yoga – 8AM – Community Room

Mission Partner
Every good gift, every perfect gift, comes from above. These gifts come down from the Father, the creator of the heavenly lights, in whose character there is no change at all.  (James 1:17 CEB) 
At FPC Pottstown, we believe that our time, our talents, our earthly treasures are not our own; they are gracious gifts from God. God entrusts them to us, and calls us to use our gifts and our lives to make God's love known in the world.
We continue to clothe, feed, educate and uplift one another, and our neighbors in need.  This work requires offerings of time, talent and treasure.
Your giving makes that work possible. Thank you!