Saturday, June 23, 2018

Cove's Celebration Service - Sunday, June 17, 2018

The members and friends of Cove gathered to worship on Sunday, June 17. This morning, we continued our series entitled Kingdom Living: The Sermon on the Mount. During these 20 services, we’ll look at what Jesus taught his disciples about Christian living, according to Matthew 5–7. And we’ll take those lessons and apply them to our own lives.  Today, we looked at Matthew 5:6-12 and focused on why Jesus called those who are merciful, purity at heart, peacemakers, and persecuted fortunate. 

After the announcements, the service began with the entry of the Word while the video below played:



We sang the hymn "Father of Our Fathers.”  When we’d finished the song, we received our brother Larry Stewart into the membership of the church. Then we shared prayer concerns, prayed together and closed with the Lord’s Prayer and the Gloria Patri. As we collected the offering, the choir sang "God's Work."

We looked at Matthew 5:6-12 and focused on why Jesus called those who are merciful, purity at heart, peacemakers, and persecuted fortunate. 
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.
“Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.
“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.
“Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
“Blessed are you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”
A podcast of the sermon is below:


The service ended when we sang the song "When the Saints” by Sara Groves, a song you can hear below:



You can hear the entire service below.


A New Devotion on Cove's Prayer Line - Something in Common

A New Devotion on Cove's Prayer Line - Something in Common

Below is a new devotion I just left on the Cove Presbyterian Church prayer line. You can find a recording of this devotion at the end of the devotion, on the prayer line (1-304-748-7900) or on the Cove Presbyterian Podbean page. 

If you find this meaningful, please consider sending an offering directly to Cove Presbyterian Church, 3404 Main Street, Weirton, West Virginia or through PayPal.

Romans 3:9-20

What then? Are we any better off? No, not at all; for we have already charged that all, both Jews and Greeks, are under the power of sin, as it is written:

"There is no one who is righteous, not even one; there is no one who has understanding, there is no one who seeks God. All have turned aside, together they have become worthless; there is no one who shows kindness, there is not even one."

"Their throats are opened graves; they use their tongues to deceive."

"The venom of vipers is under their lips."

"Their mouths are full of cursing and bitterness."

"Their feet are swift to shed blood; 16ruin and misery are in their paths, and the way of peace they have not known."

"There is no fear of God before their eyes."

Now we know that whatever the law says, it speaks to those who are under the law, so that every mouth may be silenced, and the whole world may be held accountable to God. For "no human being will be justified in his sight" by deeds prescribed by the law, for through the law comes the knowledge of sin.


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Something in Common

I think we’d all agree that for people to build a relationship with one another, they really need to have something in common, you know, some common experiences that give them some points of emotional contact that can provide a basis for something lasting. I mean, even if two people come from different cultures and backgrounds and have different values and perspectives, they still might have faced similar problems or overcome similar obstacles that might cause them to understand one another even if they don’t speak a common language. And even if it’s not apparent at first glance, I believe relationships are possible only if those involved share something in common.

And for that reason, I think there’s a possibility for us all to relate to one another, because whether we like it or not, there’s one thing that all humanity shares. You see, regardless of where we grew up, regardless of how we live, regardless of what we say, we are all sinners. We all fall short of God’s ideal. And we’ll all be held accountable by God. And because that’s the case, we can look at one another with kindness and compassion, knowing that none of us are perfect. As a matter of fact, some of us may have received more than we deserve; therefore, we have the chance to share some of what we’ve got. And some of us may have received less than we deserve; therefore, it’s alright to look for help from a fellow sinner. You see, whether we’re in the White House or an old Walmart that’s been turned into a detention center, we’re all sinners, and that’s something we all have in common.


The Bible in a Year: Bible Readings for June 23, 2018

The Bible in a Year: Bible Readings for June 23, 2018: Today our passages are 2 Kings 4:18–5:27; Acts 15:1-35; Psalm 141:1-10; and Proverbs 17:23 . The readings are from The Message by Eugene H...

Friday, June 22, 2018

Prayer Requests to be shared during Sunday’s service

On Sunday, June 24, Cove Presbyterian Church will lift to God the following needs.

Adults
Alice Channing
Amy Slisik
Betty Michaels
Bill Morany
Bob Boleigh 
Bob Crupp
Bonnie & Red Nichols
Bruce Mader
Cecilia Barnhardt
Chad Peppler
Cindy Kuzel 
Debi Edge
Delores Campbell
Delores Edwards
Earl Robinson
Eleanor Cline
George & Mary Shepherd
Grace Littledon
Jackie Rudiger
Janet Channing
Jim Bilderback
Jeff Wright 
Jim & Shelley Pearson
Jim Neil
Jim Shingleton
Jo Betlem
Joanie Lawrence 
Joe Fabianich
Juanita (Twinkle) Smith
Kathy Cattrell
Katy Allen
Kim Geer
King Basking
Kara Marsh
Kenny Orlando
Kevin Kuzel 
Linda Calaffie
Lorie Hanna Allen
Marcia Cooper
Marge Oslett
Mary Faran
Michael Leno
Michael Patterson 
Michael Shade
Penny & Nick Mourat
Randal Kane
Rick Shadiow
Ronnie Buffington
Ralph Metts
Sandy Hatala
Shirley Everhart Kirtley
Sue Reynolds
Tom Marosi
Twinkle Smith
Vicki Williams
Wayne Channing

Children
Bethany Berry
Mitch Almason
Michael Daugherty
Meadow Abbett
Jonathan Marte
Jameson Criss
Elijah Parker


Military
Doug Obeldobel
Isaac Stephens
Jason Kerr
Jonathan Criss
Justin Schmalstieg
Kara Criss
Michael Criss

In the Hospital
Kim Geer - Weirton Medical Center

Bonnie Nichols - Weirton Medical Center

Church Families

Crystal, Brianna, Haley, Mason & Emma Fierro
George Francis
Marlene Fodor

Local Church
All Saints Greek Orthodox Church

Special Friend

Grace Mitchell

Upper Ohio Valley Presbytery Congregations

First Presbyterian Church, Moundsville, West Virginia 
Limestone Presbyterian Church,  Moundsville, West Virginia 

Also Remember in Your Prayers
Alice & Kenny Orr
Carl Hamill
Dolores Edwards
June Virtue
Richie Marshall
Theresa Skiles

What's Happening at Cove Presbyterian Church?

Below are the announcements as they appear in the Sunday bulletin.

THIS MORNING WE’RE CONTINUING OUR SERIES . . .
entitled Kingdom Living: The Sermon on the Mount. During these 20 services, we’ll look at what Jesus taught his disciples about Christian living, according to Matthew 5–7. And we’ll take those lessons and apply them to our own lives. 
Today, we're looking at Matthew 5:13-20 and focusing on the responsibility Christians have to both the world and to God.

THIS MORNING YOU’RE INVITED TO GATHER AROUND THE LORD’S TABLE . . .
and share the Lord’s Supper with us.

“JESUS TIME” IS SPECIAL TIME FOR . . .
all our children and young people. This Sunday School experience offers them the opportunity to learn the Bible story and apply that story to their lives. “Jesus Time” usually meets at 11:00 a.m. and runs until the end of the Worship Service.


OUR TUESDAY EVENING STUDY . . .
will meet on Tuesday, June 26, at 6:30 p.m. to continue our series on Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians entitled “Refocusing Faith.” During each session, we’ll consider how the Apostle Paul helped the members of a fractured congregation refocus their faith on Jesus Christ. During our next  meeting, we’ll begin looking at some of the specific problems facing the Corinthian church according to 1 Corinthians 14:1-40.

THE CHOIR PRACTICES . . .
at 10:00 on Sunday mornings. And the choir will rejoin our worship service next Sunday.


DONUTS AND COFFEE WILL BE SERVED . . .
in the parlor before and after the service. Before you leave, grasp a cup and a donut.

THE CHURCH COULD USE YOUR LOOSE CHANGE.
In the narthex, there’s a fish bowl where you’re invited to leave any pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters you might have rattling around in your pocket or purse.

WE APPRECIATE ALL THOSE WHO ARE OFFERING . . .
their time and special gifts to the church. In particular, we thank the following:
• We thank Ray Seifert for directing our choir, Sue Willson for directing the bells, and Peggy Baldt for running our sound system during the service.
• We thank the Trustees (Burnie Huey, TJ Smith, Dale Pierce, Rick Baldt, and Dean Allen) for making needed repairs.
• We thank Tina Viakley and Debbie Rudiger for volunteering their time to work with our children and youth.
• We thank our deacons for the coffee and baked goods that we can share before and after our worship service.
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We thank The Children Academy and the Boy and Girls Scouts for what they do for the children of our community and for filling our church with laughter and joy during the week.]
• We thank Burnie and Noah Huey for maintaining our lawns.
• We thank Rick Baldt, Dale Pierce and Chris Gruda for waxing the floor in the Fellowship Hall.
• We thank Rick Baldt and Dale Pierce for weeding and trimming.
• Finally, all those who offer their time, talent and money to further the God’s Kingdom.

THE DEACONS INVITE YOU TO POP WITH US . . .
this summer. Every Friday evening, there are FREE concerts at the Event Center and the Deacons will be selling popcorn and snowcones. We need help! Its lots of fun, you’ll see friends and neighbors that you haven’t seen since last fall, and you’ll hear great music. If you are able to help at any of the events please call Peggy Baldt at 304-224- 1681.

IF YOU HAVE A PASSION FOR MISSIONS, BOTH FOREIGN AND LOCAL . . .
and would like to get involved in promoting missions within the church, please talk to the minister or a member of session..

ONE OF THE MAJOR MISSION PROJECTS THE PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN . . .
support is The Shack Neighborhood house (www.the-shack.org). During the month of June they are asking for the following items:
  • magic markers
  • coloring books
  • colored pencils
  • colored sidewalk chalk
  • dry erase markers
  • glue sticks
  • construction paper
  • art supplies
  • shampoo
  • hair conditioner
  • deodorant
  • soap, face and body
  • body lotion
  • diapers
  • baby wipes
A container has been placed in the hall outside the secretaries office for you donation. Thank You

PLEASE TAKE AND SHARE . . .
any of the flyers on the table at the church’s rear entrance. 


WE’RE ASKING PARENTS TO WATCH THEIR CHILDREN . . .
around the food the Deacons set out in the parlor before and after services.

QUARTERLY GIVING STATEMENTS . . .
are available upon request.


PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL CLUB . . .
will hold their 6th annual Faith Night at PNC Park on Friday, July 27th. Faith Night is a great outing for youth ministries, outreach programs, and social groups as well as anyone from your congregation. Following the game, there will be a presentation with Q&A and speeches from managers, players, and coaches discussing how faith has impacted their lives, both on and off the field. Visit www.pirates.com/faithnight for prices, special offers, and more info.

TOGETHER, LET US HONOR AND CELEBRATE . . .
the many years of dedicated service of Reverend Homer Daniel Harden on Friday, July 20, 2018, 6:00 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church, 110 S. Marietta St., St. Clairsville, OH 43950. Dinner buffet to be served in the Fellowship Hall. Kindly RSVP by June 27, 2018, to Grace Niemiec 740-695-9756. Please remit $10 per person with your reservation to Grace at 46724 National Rd. W., St. Clairsville, OH 43950

CELEBRATION OF MISSION. 
The Rev. Kay Day will be preaching at Long's Run Trinity Presbyterian Church, 15851 Longs Church Road, East Liverpool, OH, 43920, on Sunday, July 1st. At 1:00 p.m. there will be a celebration of mission at the church. People will be asked to share their experiences in mission and how working in mission enriches our faith and deepens our relationship with God and each other. Anyone with experiences in mission (whether local or international) will be asked to come and rejoice together over the work we do. For more info, please call the church office at 330-385-1127. We hope you will join us!

DO YOU HAVE A FREE COUPLE OF HOURS . . .
between June 18 and July 13? If so, Laughlin Memorial Chapel invites you to volunteer to help in our kitchen. We have Summer Jam during those weeks, on weekdays (excepting July 4 and July 5), and helping hands are needed. Choose your day or days; choose your hours! We will train you . . . we will thank you . . . and those who benefit directly from your service, the Summer Jam children, youth, and adult volunteers and staff, will let you know they appreciate you! To sign-up, or for more info, please call the Chapel 304-232- 2630. Thank you for all you do for us at the Chapel!

2018 EVANGELISM CONFERENCE . . . 
October 15-19, 2018, at Zephyr Point, Lake Tahoe. 'No ordinary conference.' Every part of the 2018 Evangelism Conference is designed as an invitation to participate in Sabbath practices together—and to challenge thinking about Sabbath.

YOUTH MENTORING NETWORK ~ YOUTH SERVICES SYSTEM, INC. 
When Big Brothers Big Sisters closed their local chapter nearly three years ago, Youth Services System absorbed the program, re-named it the Youth Mentoring Network, and has maintained the service since. We are a non-profit, now seeking to serve more children, ages 5 to 17, in the northern panhandle of West Virginia (top five counties, Hancock--Tyler) and in Belmont County, Ohio. In order to serve more children, we need more mentors. A mentor is an adult (age 18 or over) who com-mits for a year to spend at least four hours per month with a child from disadvantaged circumstances. Youth Services System supports these relationships by completing background checks, providing orientation and training, and follow-along by a social worker. The Youth Mentoring Network also sponsors events and gatherings on a regular basis for the children and their mentors to enjoy. Please consider giving some of your time and love to a child in need. A child is waiting for that special adult to be part of their life. For more info, contact Connie Ball 304-218-2857 or cball@ysswv.com or Jane Ketcham 304-830-9516 or jketcham@ysswv.com.

NEW WILMINGTON MISSION CONFERENCE . . .
registration is now open. The 2018 New Wilmington Mission Conference will be held Friday, July 20 – Friday, July 27 at Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA. At 113 years old, the New Wilmington Mission Conference is the longest-running mission conference in the United States. Held on the campus of Westminster College in Pennsylvania every July, NWMC is intergenerational, Presbyterian-related, and youth-focused. “Love Your Neighbor” (Gal. 5:14) is the theme for the conference. Visit the conference websitehttp://nwmcmission.org/ for more details or to register.

DO YOU PRAY . . .
with others experiencing life's challenges? Pittsburgh Seminary's free prayer resource provides samples of what's helpful to say/not say during difficult times, how to incorporate Scripture into prayer, and what you might pray. In this five-part resource you will hear from faculty, program directors, and leaders from the PTS community on 36 topics ranging from Abuse Suffered to Doubt about Faith to Injustice to Family Problems to Sin, and more.

BIRTHDAY PARTY . . .
for Beaver Creek Church Camp: It is birthday party time! In 2018, Beaver Creek Church Camp turns 65. To celebrate this momentous occasion, there will be a party from 1-8 pm on Saturday, June 30. There will be swimming at the pool, hikes, games, a vesper service, and a wonderful traditional camp dinner (hot dogs, beans, chips, watermelon, and much more.) No reservations are needed, and there is no cost. Please come and join the party!

PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN CHURCHWIDE: 
Arise, Shine Your Light Has Come! The 2018 Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women will be held at the Galt House in Louisville, on August 2-5, 2018. Full registration is $425.00. Rooms start at $144.00 per night (you can put up to four people per room). Remember, we only get together like this every third year, and there is a lot being offered.

HEARTS ON FIRE 2018 . . .
Student Conference will be held August 10 – 11 at the Charleston Civic Center Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, WV. The purpose of Hearts on Fire is to share the gospel with middle school, high school, and college age young people and fan the flame within their hearts, challenging them to a dynamic walk and commitment in Christ. Speaker: Algernon Tennyson. Register at www.heartsonfireministries.org. $35 per person includes event registration for both days. Shirts sold separately. Early registration and shirt pre-order deadline is July 13, 6:00 p.m. EST. Price increases to $45 after deadline. Registration is for the conference only. Lodging, travel, event t-shirt, and meals are the responsibility of each individual church or those attending. They have lodging recommendations with group rates and room blocks.
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PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN . . .
of UOVP will have a MISSION FIELD TRIP on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, to the East Wheeling Neighborhood. We will go to Laughlin Memorial Chapel 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for interaction and “hands on” activities with the children (1st to 5th grades) including story reading, crafts, and LUNCH. 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., we will have an informational afternoon. We will visit and learn about Ohio Valley Grow gardens; visit the House of Haggar for the homeless. Stop by Youth Services System to learn about the Winter Freeze Shelter, the Lazarus House and Mary Martha House, both for recovering drug addicts. This will be an all-day field trip with moderate walking. RSVP by July 1 that you will be attending, and for lunch, to: Betty Jane Myers 304-905-9190 or Nancy DeStefano 304-650-6015. Tell your friends! If you have questions or need more details, please call Betty Jane or Nancy.

POGO XXII 
(Presbyterian Open Golf Outing #22) will be held Monday, August 6, 2018, with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start at Spring Hills Golf Course, East Springfield, OH. Fee: $45.00 per golfer. (Includes green fees, cart, prizes, and dinner.) RSVP by Wednesday, August 1st. Presbytery Office 304-232-3490 or e-mail uovp@uopresby.org or First Westminster Presbyterian Church 740-282-4591 or e-mail firstwest@sbcglobal.net. “Foursomes, please.” For more info, call Jason Elliott or Mike Bongart.

THERE IS AN AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE . . .
to Obama Care, with Christian brothers and sister sharing the costs. If you’re interested, ask Heather Campbell, 340-374-0778.

IF YOU KNOW OF ANY COVE KIDS . . .
who have not received a Bible please let us know.

WE ARE UPDATING THE BIRTHDAY & ANNIVERSARY LIST.  
If you are not on it or know someone who should be added please give the information to  Heather Campbell or Debbie Seifert.

REMEMBER, THE PARKING SPACES CLOSEST TO THE CHURCH . . .
are reserved for our members and guests who have disabilities or other health issues and need to park as close as possible.

IF YOU HAVE A MESSAGE FOR THE SECRETARY OR PASTOR,
there’s a white board on the wall facing the secretary’s office.

THE KROGER FAMILY OF STORES IS COMMITTED . . .
to bringing hope and help to local communities. We do this through a variety of activities, including charitable giving, sponsorships and the unique Community Rewards Program of Kroger. We are also committed to carefully protecting our customers' personal information. In order to meet their expectation of privacy, we have adopted a simple policy to never share a customer's personal information. Our privacy policy applies to Community Rewards participation as well. As your neighborhood food retailer, we deeply value our ability to support local organizations like yours. Your supporters (40 households) who shopped at Kroger between 1-31-2018 and 4-30-2018 (Cycle 17, Qtr 4) have contributed to your $226.45 total donation. Your organization will be receiving a Kroger check in this amount within 30 days from 5-25-2018. If you have any questions, please email KCR16@kroger.com or visit our website at www.krogercommunityrewards.com. Thank you for your continued support of your local Kroger store. Don't forget to use your newsletter, website, and events to encourage your supporters to link to your organization. The more your supporters shop with us, the more money your organization will earn!

IF YOU’RE IN THE KROGERS COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM . . .
your enrollment is valid for 12 months from the registration date. You will need your Kroger rewards card number. To confirm that your registration is still active or to re-register you can contact Kroger customer service at this number: 1-866-221-4141. If you need to re-register all you'll need is your Kroger Card number and  our Cove Church number which is 80270. All that is required is that you go to Kroger. com; Community; Rewards; Enroll Now; type in Cove and hit search; click on Cove Presbyterian; click on Enroll Now. Please check your receipt the next time you shop, the bottom should read You requested Kroger to donate to Cove Presbyterian Church. If you need help with this process just call the church office, and Heather Campbell will be happy to assist you.

A SPIRITUAL MESSAGE . . .
can be found by calling 304-748-7900 Cove’s Prayer Line. You can call at anytime to hear a message by Rev. Rudiger. The messages are changed every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  You can also hear the devotion at covepresbyterian.podbean.com and iTunes (search Cove Presbyterian). You can also read the devotion at www.thecovecommunity.blogspot.com.

YOU CAN NOW MAKE DONATIONS THROUGH PAYPAL . . .
by go on the link you can find in our daily e-mails and on our website (covepresbyterian.org) and all our blog. We can also help you set up a PayPal account, if you don’t already have one.

YOU CAN ALSO DONATE THROUGH FACEBOOK . . .
by clicking the “Donate” button on the Cove Presbyterian Church page.

WE ARE UPDATING OUR PRAYER CHAIN . . . 
regularly. If you wish to add someone, contact the church office.

WHEN YOU REGISTER FOR AMAZON SMILE,
you get the same products and service we expect from Amazon except the Church gets .5% of every qualifying purchase. The Amazon Smile registration for first time users is https://smile.amazon.com/Ch/55-0462066. You only have to register once then go to www.smile.amazon.com to place orders.

WE NOW HAVE FIVE BLOGS . . . 
that you can check out for information and on which you can leave comments. They’re listed below:
The Cove Community - This is for the whole church. I’ll post sermons and announcements.
Cove Kids - This is tailored for the young people in our church. Again I’ll post announcements. You’re also invited to send in any writings, photographs and art work you’d like to post.
Bible Talk - We’ve established this blog to give pastors and lay people the chance to discuss Scripture. The weekly passages are from the Common Lectionary.
The Bible in a Year - Each day, we’ll post passages so that you can read the Bible in one year.
Growing in Grace - Although we’re saved by God’s grace, we can grow in our understanding of grace. At Cove Presbyterian Church, we offer a variety of different classes for children and adults, many of which are recorded and posted on our PodBean page.

IF YOU’RE ABLE AND WILLING TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION . . .
so that some of homebound members are able to attend our worship services, please tell the pastor or another member of session.

SERMONS, DEVOTIONS, LESSONS, AND ESSAYS ARE AVAILABLE ON . . .
the Cove PodBean page and YouTube (search “Cove Presbyterian” and “Ed Rudiger”). .

IF YOU’RE ONLINE . . .
“like” us on Facebook (Cove Presbyterian Church) or join our Facebook group (The Cove Community). You can also connect with Pastor Rudiger on Instagram (rev_ed).

IN THE HOSPITAL? HOMEBOUND? RECENT ILLNESS?
If you know of someone who is in the hospital please contact the church office, due to privacy laws the hospital is unable to contact us. If you are unable to attend services and would like to arrange for a visit from Rev. Ed Rudiger or to receive communion please contact the church office. Also, if you would like to receive the Sunday Bulletin contact the church office.

IF YOU DON’T PLAN TO TAKE YOUR BULLETIN HOME . . .
drop it in the purple container at the back door so that it can be recycled.

VASES OF FLOWERS CAN BE PURCHASED . . .
for a service. The cost is $20.00 a vase.  You may also purchase silk flowers or live plants, the choice is yours.  Telephone the office to place your order. After the service, we’ll place the flowers in a vase for you to take.

BOOK OF ORDER 2017 – 2019: 
This book is Part II of the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). This volume contains the Foundations of Presbyterian Polity, the Form of Government, the Directory for Worship, and the Rules of Discipline. Additional information is provided to the reader through the inclusion of Received Ecumenical Statements of Guidance and Articles of Agreement. Patty is currently taking orders at $10.00 per copy. They must be picked up at the Presbytery Office. OR—if you want to order directly from Presbyterian Distribution Service and have them shipped to you, call them at 1-800-524-2612. Downloadable copies are not yet available (maybe in September).


ONGOING MISSION PROJECTS . . . 
Campbell’s Labels are being collected by the Presbyterian Women for the Weirton Christian Center.  The labels including the bar code or just the bar code can be dropped off in the container located in the hallway downstairs. 
Greeting Cards are being collected by the Myrtle McHendry Class. Please drop off your used Greeting Cards or just the front of the card in the box located in the main hallway downstairs. No envelopes -please. The cards are being sent to St. Jude’s  Ranch to be remade into cards to be sold in their gift shop.  FYI . . Hallmark, Disney or American Greeting Cards can not be accepted as they are trade marked. 
Can Tabs are being collected by the Presbyterian Women for the Ronald McDonald House in Morgantown, West Virginia. Deposit your tabs in the container located in the hallway downstairs.

Cove's Bulletin for Sunday, June 24, 2018

Below is a copy of our Sunday bulletin.