Worship Service - Zoom and In-Person

Sunday, June 5, 2022 at 11AM

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Pentecost Party

This Sunday right after worship – noon to 2 pm -- come celebrate the beginning – the birthday – of the Christian church. Feel the wind, hear the sounds, be amazed by the languages and inspired by the Holy Spirit to spread Christ’s light into the world!

  • Enjoy pizza, salad, fruit, and snacks
  • Make and decorate a pinwheel and tie streamers onto a light stick
  • Listen to the sounds of flute music and feel the wind of the Spirit
  • Color a “flat Jesus” and take him on your summer travels
  • Blow bubbles, draw on the sidewalk, move that hula hoop, play corn hole
  • Learn some words and phrases in another language
  • Make some new friends and get to know each other better
  • Think of ways you can be light for the world


Wear something red. Bring a lawn chair, if possible, and a nonperishable item for UCHM’s Food Pantry.


Want to help? We could use another pop-up canopy or corn hole. Extra volunteers are always helpful. Encourage someone to come with you. Call Soni Castleberry at 417-6481 or email soni.castleberry@gmail.com.


Join in Recognizing CHPC’s Graduates and Sunday School Teachers


In worship this week we will recognize these recent graduates:

High School: Elias Craigo-Snell and Seth Pendleton 

College: Cara Bridgman and Jacob Craigo-Snell


We hope that you will join us in remembering them Sunday or send them a card to wish them congratulations.


We will also thank our hard-working Sunday school teachers:

Beverly Machin, Eva Stimson, Jerry Van Marter, Luke Van Marter, and Sid (the puppet).

Dear Beloved of God,

Last week there was another school shooting that shocked the country and brought us to our knees. Over the holiday weekend there were 11 more reported mass shootings. (Mass shooting is defined as multiple victims of gun-related attacks.) It is not hyperbole to state that gun violence is an epidemic in this country. According to Forbes Magazine, guns are now the leading cause of death for children and youth. 

As Christians we are called to pray and act in the best interest of God’s creation. It is difficult to know what to do, but we know that we must do something. I encourage you to continue praying for the families of all victims of gun violence, including those who have been injured, first responders, caregivers of those who will never fully recover, families of the dead, and the families of the perpetrators. Pray for our elected officials that they will do what is right. Pray for the gun lobby that they will see the error of their ways and support common-sense gun laws. 

Look for ways that you can make a difference, even if what you can do seems too small. One thing we can all do is send messages of support to victims. This Sunday, we will have blank notecards and pens available for you to write notes to the families in Uvalde, TX. On Monday, we will mail them to First Presbyterian Church of Uvalde for distribution. You never know if what you write will be just the message to bring hope and comfort to someone.

There are other ways to give as well. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance has reached out to the communities affected by the most recent shootings. Everytown USA (everytown.org) and Moms Demand Action (momsdemandaction.org) are among the reliable organizations for effecting change. Look for, and follow, organizations like these to stay informed and discover opportunities to make a difference. 

Here's something to do this weekend: WEAR ORANGE. We will wear red on Sunday in celebration of Pentecost, but on Friday and Saturday wear something orange to show your support. Go to https://wearorange.org/ to learn about this annual event. 

Lastly, and maybe most importantly: VOTE. Learn which candidates stand for gun legislation and let your voice be heard. 



"And what does the Lord require of you but to do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?" Micah 6:8

Flowers for Sanctuary

Summer is upon us and we are asking that you share whatever flowers you have in bloom for the sanctuary. Please contact David Gibson, Music Director, at gibson.davidpaul@yahoo.com if you can bring a bouquet.

Jean Leake Fund Scholarships

The Jean Leake Fund offers assistance to the children and youth of Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church for camping opportunities. Applications for the Jean Leake Fund are now available. Please contact Patti Marcum at pdwmarcum@gmail.com or 502-403-8269 to request an application or ask questions. Deadline for applications is June 15. Scholarship applicants will be notified of their award amount by June 30. Payment will be made according to information provided in the application.

Donations for the Hope Village

These are the current needs for the Hope Village. There will be a donation tub in the narthex and another in the back building. Your donated items will be delivered to the village on June 9. If you have questions please contact Claudia Foulkes (cfoulkes3@gmail.com or 939-4129).

  • Rubbermaid 1.5-gallon food storage containers x6
  • Rubbermaid 9-cup good storage containers x4
  • Twin-size blankets x20
  • Twin-size fitted sheets x53
  • Eveready LED camping lamps 360 pro (4-pack) Amazon x20
  • Men's boxer briefs sizes M, L and XL
  • Women's underwear sizes S, M and L

Donations for UCHM

These items have been requested by UCHM. They are expecting higher needs this summer due to the price increases for food and the kids being out of school. Look for tubs at church designated for “UCHM.”  

  • Peanut butter
  • Canned vegetables
  • Canned fruit
  • Canned meats
  • Canned stew, soup, chili  
  • Shelf-stable milk
  • Low-sugar cereals
  • Dry pasta
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Pancake/baking mixes (that require water)

Committee Meetings June 8

You can be “in the room where it happens”

Presbyterians are known for doing things “decently and in order”—and that means committees! Much of our mission and ministry at Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church starts with the work of these four committees:

Worship (Sunday morning worship, music, special services)

Stewardship (budget, building and grounds)

Nurture (Christian education, spiritual growth, community-building)

Outreach (our witness in the community, nation, world)

These committees usually meet on the second Wednesday of each month, at 6:45 p.m., on Zoom. We meet together for the first 15 minutes to share calendar items and prayer concerns, then break into committees. Anyone is welcome to join us and share your ideas for our life together.

Here is the Zoom link for June 8 committee meetings:


Appointments with Peggy
If you would like to schedule an appointment to meet with Peggy, please contact the church office at 502.893.5381 or email office@crescenthill.church.
Westminster Weekly Submissions Deadline
Please have all Westminster Weekly submissions turned in every Wednesday by noon. Use this link for submissions and follow the prompts. Thank you!
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Deacon of the Month: June

Allen Bridgman is our Deacon of the Month. If you or someone you know is in need of a kind gesture, please reach out to Allen at j.allenbridgman@gmail.com or call 502-881-1729.

Elder of the Week

Doug Yeager is our Elder of the Week. He can be contacted by phone at 502- 777-1621 or via email at doug@dougyeager.com. Claudia Foulkes will begin Elder of the Week duties on June 5.