Mount Dora’s Friendly Church

 
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WORSHIP SERVICE
June 13, 2021
 10:00 am
 
“Comfort in Tragedy”
New Testament: Romans 8: 28-39
 
 
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‘FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF MOUNT DORA’
 
8:45 am – Multipurpose Room

 

May 9 – June 27

 

Join us in our study of Ezra-Nehemial which is both challenging and instructive as we study together the important source of history for the post-exilic Judah following their 70-year captivity and exile under the Babylonian Empire.  Just when one would conclude that Israel’s days were over, God worked through nations and individuals to restore Jerusalem, the ultimate symbol of Israel’s national and religious identity – through the rebuilding of the temple, the restoring of the wall and the renewing of fidelity to the Law – resulting in repentance and spiritual reform.  See how God kept His promises to the Children of Israel then – and how He works in the lives of His people now.  

 
 
MEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Men’s Bible Study is being held at 8:00 am in person in the Multipurpose Room  on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.  Don Lewis coordinates the discussion.
 
PRAYER TIME
Join us on Zoom Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30am.  Contact Alberto at sunandfun57@gmail.com, if you would like to join this group on Zoom, or if you have a prayer request. 
 
HUNGER IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD 
     The Second Harvest Food Bank has determined that in 2020, one in three children in Lake County went to bed hungry. This means that over 19,000 children aren’t being fed daily like your children or grandchildren. Now that school is over, these children no longer have the school lunch program. How can we help alleviate hunger? A compassionate way is to support the mission of Lake Cares. They have organized a collection of peanut butter and jelly for the Summer Children’s Feeding Program. The peanut butter and jelly you so generously donate will be made part of the meals that are packaged weekly by Lake Cares and given to the school aged children. We will have baskets inside and outside the concierge door for the month of June.

    If you don’t have time to shop, a monetary donation is always greatly appreciated. Donations can be made to the church and marked “Mission – Peanut Butter & Jelly”.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES DRIVE – Triangle Elementary School will be starting up again August 10 and they need our help. So many of their students cannot afford the supplies they need which leaves the teachers having to supply basic supplies for their students. We will be collecting school supplies for Triangle Elementary School once again beginning in July. The following items are needed:

• Crayons –8 or 16 to the box
• Colored pencils
• Glue sticks
• Blunt children’s scissors
• Pencils
• Erasers – large block or pencil toppers
• Folders – with prongs
• Spiral notebooks – wide-ruled
• Loose-leaf notebook paper – wide-ruled
• Hand sanitizer – large bottles
• Tissues
• Dry erase markers

     We will be collecting these supplies in July. If you don’t have time to shop, a monetary donation is always greatly appreciated. Donations can be made to the church and marked “Mission – School Supplies”.
                                 
 

 

 

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