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Summer Worship Schedule
Summer in the North Country is an esp. good time to worship, and this summer First Presbyterian Church, Lowville, is placing a special emphasis on worship. The idea is that summer is the wrong time to take off from church. With that in mind, we will be praising God in a variety of styles and at different times.
IN JULY, we will worship at 6:00 pm in the evening
with coffee hour beginning at 5:30.
July 7th – we will worship in the fellowship hall and share in an informal and ancient form of communion called the Agape Love Feast.
July 14th – we will again worship in the fellowship hall and be led in a time of sharing and reflection, which will take the place of the sermon. At 5:00 pm there will be a potluck picnic. Hot dogs & hamburgers will be provided. The congregation is asked to bring “the trimmings.”
July 21st – one of our small groups, UTG1, will lead worship and present the message; they have special music and a special experience planned. Coffee hour will be on the front porch, weather permitting.
July 28th – Trina Stahl, our music director, will lead us in an old-fashioned hymn sing.
IN AUGUST, worship will begin at 9:00 AM with coffee hour following worship.
August 4th – Elder Tracey Koss will conduct the service and preach on the theme of “Ministry,” looking at how this basic Christian concept influences our personal lives.
August 11th – Steve Vance will be preaching on the subject of “Branding,” building on the previous week’s sermon and looking at how we as Christians respond to the world of advertising and name brands.
August 18th – Elder Heidi Van Zandt will “preach” using the medium of flower arranging (sculpting with flowers may be a better description). Her theme will be “Justice,” and she will create a floral arrangement as part of the sermon.
August 25th – The Georges, a musical duo from Tennessee, will provide the music and message for this final service of the summer. Elder Kelly Rohr will lead the service.