PHPC offers many wonderful opportunities to worship together. But creating opportunities to relax and enjoy getting to know one another better is also at the top of our list! Visit the links at left to learn more.
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As promised in Jeremiah 29, God has a plan for PHPC. Our call is to trust in God’s provision for us so that we, too, might leave a strong legacy. To continue the momentum, PHPC depends on the faithful and generous gifts of its members. Please prayerfully consider your Stewardship pledge for 2015 to insure that PHPC will provide “A Future with Hope”. Dedication Sunday will be November 9. To make your pledge, visit www.phpc.org/stewardship or you can find pledgecards in the Atrium.
The Character and Characters of the Reformation
This short-term class concludes Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel as Dr. John McCoy discusses historical and cultural background on the times and personalities that kindled the spark of the Reformation.
PHPC Library Food For Fines
The PHPC Library “Food for Fines” program is underway. Otherwise known as Fine Amnesty Month, the program was established with the twin goals of collecting food for the North Texas Food Bank and reminding library users to turn in those overdue library materials and clear up their accounts. If you bring in a can or several cans of food with your overdue items, your fine record will be cleared! The program will continue through the month of October.
Halloween Carnival Sunday
This year’s Halloween Carnival, hosted by PHPC youth, is in the Youth House Sunday, October 26 from 6-7 p.m. Join us for activities for children ages 3 and up, candy, fun, and more! Come decked out in your Halloween costume and have a blast!
Vocal Recital Sunday
Alex Bumpas will present a musical program Sunday, October 26 in Emmanuel Hall at 7 p.m. Alex will be joined by musician friends in promises to be a delightful evening of music. There is no charge for admission, but donations will be gratefully accepted.
November 2 is All Saints Day Sunday
The names of those members who have died in the past twelve months will be printed in the bulletin and read aloud during worship to the tolling of the bell. At 8:15, worshipers will process to the Columbarium Memorial Garden to celebrate the sacrament of The Lord’s Supper as a part of the service.
Ebola Presentation at PHPC
The Ebola virus will be the subject of a presentation at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Jubilee Hall. Speaking will be Dr. Robert Haley, Professor of Internal Medicine and Chief of Epidemiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. This program is free and open to the public. Free childcare is also available by making a reservation by Monday at 214.368.6348 x108. For more information, contact Rev. Nicole Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundamentalism In Dallas Short-Term Class
Have you ever wondered why there seems to be a wall between different churches in Dallas? Why can’t we seem to enter into conversation with some fellow Protestants? Are our beliefs really that different? Join us for this short-term class led by Rev. Margaret Watkins, beginning Sunday, November 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel. This class will explore what it means to be a fundamentalist Christian, and some of the churches in our area which might fall into that category.
Grace, Gratitude and Grub: PHPC Kids Dinner
Families, join us on Sunday, November 16 from 5-6:30 p.m. in Jubilee Hall for some grub, interactive learning stations about gratitude, and a kid-friendly mission project to share grace with those less fortunate. An email invitation will be sent out soon, so check your inboxes!
Newcomers are always welcome to join Presbyterian Women! PW provides meaningful ways to live out your faith in the midst of a caring community of women. Circles meet monthly on Mondays at 9:30 a.m. or 6 p.m. or Tuesdays at 10 a.m. The next gatherings are November 10 and 11. Visit www.phpc.org/pw for more details.
Concert Classics, November 10
Concert Classics will present a wonderful evening of classical music in Emmanuel Hall at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 10. Musicians from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will include Bruce Patti, Valerie Dimond, Emmanuelle Boisvert, Yuri Anshelevich, and Steven Harlos. PHPC Soprano Marilyn Irons will also be featured. The program will include such compelling music as Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Karl Jenkins’ Palladio along with works by Beethoven and Mozart. Admission is free, but donations will be gratefully accepted. There will be a reception following the concert.
PHPC Talk Series November 13
Todd Williams will wrap up the fall series on Thursday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. in Jubilee Hall. Williams serves as both the Executive Director of Commit!, a nonprofit supporting the improvement of college and career readiness levels across Dallas County, as well as the Education Policy Advisor to Mayor Rawlings. Buy your $10 dinner tickets at the atrium counter this morning or online at www.phpc.org/talkseries.