Michael’s Missives for October 9, 2019

First Pres Community –

3 big events that I want to highlight…and a bunch of other info.

RISE AGAINST HUNGER is Saturday, October 19, at 11am.  You may still sign-up, show-up, and give. Rise Against Hunger, formerly Stop Hunger Now, is an international hunger relief agency that seeks to end global hunger by engaging local volunteers. The non-profit organization was formed in 1998 by Ray Buchanan, a United Methodist Minister, and began its meal packaging program in 2005. The organizational mission is stated as “Rise Against Hunger is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. Its mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.”  Currently 821 million people across the world don’t receive enough nutrition to lead an active, healthy life…most are children.  Last year, Rise Against Hunger impacted 1.4 million lives through meals and other aid.  We will be filling bags with a soy and bean mixture sufficient for 10,000 meals, then boxing for shipping.  It should take us 60-90 minutes.  70 of you have signed up to help…would love to see 100 of you.  All ages and all abilities can participate.

PLEDGE SUNDAY is Sunday, October 20.  There will be an opportunity for you to bring your 2020 Pledges forward at both the 9am and 11am Worship Services.  Stewardship letters with pledge cards were mailed yesterday.  If you forget your pledge cards or did not receive one in the mail, extras are in our Narthex.  This is an opportunity to give in thanks to God and to support the ongoing ministry of your church.  This year’s theme: “FAITHFUL – with little, with much, with all” recognizes that God has entrusted us with everything we have.  May we be faithful as we give back in gratitude to God.

TRUNK OR TREAT & CHILI COOK-OFF is Sunday, October 27.  We need trunks!  It’s not hard, just decorate yours and add some candy.  We need cooks for the cook-off!  Just make a pot and bring it.  Sign-ups for both are in the Narthex.  The Trunk or Treat will be from 4-5pm.  The Chili Cookoff will be from 5-6pm.  (Chiefs play at 7:20pm.)   If you are bringing chili, do so at 4…judging will be at 4:30.  EVERYONE:  Wear a costume; if you can, decorate your car or make chili; and come join the fun!  Suggested donation: $3/person or $10/family.  Toilet paper donations for John Calvin Manor will be received.  Remember to invite children, families, and friends.  Awards for costumes, trunks, and chilis.  Again, a great event for all ages.

THIS SUNDAY, the sermon at both the 9am and 11am services will be “Created to Praise“.  At 10am is our Faith and Fellowship Hour.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

TONIGHT, Logos from 5:30-7:30pm.  Youth Group, 6:30-7:30pm.  Bells at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.

TOMORROW, Keenagers off to FPC Topeka at 10:30am to view the Tiffany stained glass windows and to eat lunch at The Pennant.  (That church’s Pastor, the Rev. Sandra Brown, was our Associate Pastor for a number of years.)

SATURDAY, Men’s Group at 7:450am.  All men welcome.

Looking ahead: Our first day of hosting a free medical clinic, Pax Community Health, will be Sunday, October 20, 1-5pm.  It will be offered on the 3rd Sunday of each month at that time.

See you this Sunday…if not before.  Have a blessed day.

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

P.S. – I am off to Denver to see the grandkids for a few days next week and to celebrate a 7 year olds birthday.  I will be working from there.  If you need pastoral assistance while I am gone, contact our Stephen Leader’s John Fields or Sharon Pyburn.  No Missive, but I will be back in the pulpit on Sunday the 20th!

 

 

Michael’s Missives for October 2, 2019

First Pres Community –

TONIGHT, LOGOS AND YOUTH GROUP BEGIN THEIR NEW YEAR!!!  For Logos, children 1st thru 6th grade, the evening will include dinner at 5:30pm followed by Bible Study, Worship Skills, Games, and Recreation!   Youth Group, for those 7th thru 12th grade, they will go from 6:30-7:30pm with Games, Bible Study, and Support.  Both are great ways to grow in faith and to make friends!  Bring friends.  All are welcome.

Also tonight, Bells at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.

This Saturday – Women’s Breakfast Group at 8:30am.  All ladies are welcome.  At 6pm, the Eating Out Group will dine at Granite City in Olathe.  Contact Lucy Daily if interested.  Again, all are welcome.

THIS SUNDAY IS WORLD COMMUNION SUNDAY…an occasion when Christians around the world share in the sacrament that remembers Christ and celebrates our oneness in Christ.  The sermon at both the 9am and 11am services will be “The Good Treasure“.  Our Annual Stewardship Campaign kicks off this Sunday with a presentation at both services.  At 10am is our Faith and Fellowship Hour.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

A PASTOR’S WELCOME CLASS will be offered this Sunday, 10-10:40am in the Pastor’s Study for anyone wanting to learn more about our church or who is interested in joining our church.

In addition to the classes for children and youth during the 10am hour which are downstairs, there are 5 adult classes.

1-The Value of Doubt by Bill Tammeus led by Nancy Tapp in the Center Room (downstairs).

2-Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison led by Ann Ditty and Barbara Muckey (Women’s Discussion Group) in the Lounge (upstairs).

3-Man to Man by Charles Swindoll (Men’s Group) in Room 118 (downstairs).

4-Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism by John Shelby Spong led by Stan Howell in the Library/Resource Room (downstairs).

5-Unshakeable Hope: building Our Lives on the Promises of God by Max Lucado led by Courtney Williams (contemporaries) at the end of the CE wing (downstairs).

See you Sunday…if not before.  Have a blessed day.

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Michael’s Missives for September 25, 2019

First Pres Community –

 

Happy Fall.  (Biblically, that can sound like an oxymoron).  Everything is kicking into gear here at church…including a new ministry that I am excited to tell you about.

 

Beginning Sunday, October 20, First Pres will host a free monthly medical clinic on the 3rd Sunday of every month from 1-5pm.  Pax Community Health (formerly New Springs Community Clinic is moving the ministry they have been providing to the greater Lee’s Summit community for the past 2 years to our facility.  Dr. Laura Voss is the Medical Director and the onsite Doctor.  Rosemary Stefenelli, of our congregation, has agreed to serve as the volunteer coordinator.  The clinic will be operated out of Rooms 111+113 downstairs by the Gym, the large classroom used for last year’s confirmation class.  Those seeking medical care (uninsured, insured, it doesn’t matter) will be met by one of our volunteers at the front door where they will be directed downstairs and met by another volunteer.  The gathering space downstairs is where they check in and wait to be seen. No drugs are kept on the premises.  Few, if any, other programs at the church will be affected by this new ministry here.  Session unanimously approved our hosting and involvement with this clinic.  Our insurance company is onboard.  We have been working on this for several months, so I am glad to be at this point and to share it with you.

 

If you are interested in volunteering, contact Rosemary.  There will be an interview, background check, and screening process involved.  (Be forewarned that you may miss some Sunday afternoon Chiefs games if you do volunteer.)

 

TONIGHT, LOGOS and youth parents are asked to attend an information night at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall.  (LOGOS and Youth Group will return next Wednesday, October 2nd.

Also tonight, Bells at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.

THIS SUNDAY, the sermon at both the 9am and 11am services will be “True Riches, Real Life“.  At 10am is our Faith and Fellowship Hour.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

In addition to the classes for children and youth during the 10am hour which are downstairs, there are 5 adult classes.

1-The Value of Doubt by Bill Tammeus led by Nancy Tapp in the Center Room (downstairs).

2-Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison led by Ann Ditty and Barbara Muckey (Women’s Discussion Group) in the Lounge (upstairs).

3-Man to Man by Charles Swindoll (Men’s Group) in Room 118 (downstairs).

4-Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism by John Shelby Spong led by Stan Howell in the Library/Resource Room (downstairs).

5-Unshakeable Hope: building Our Lives on the Promises of God by Max Lucado led by Courtney Williams (contemporaries) at the end of the CE wing (downstairs).

Lastly, I asked you to pray regarding a picket by Westboro Baptist Church at LS High last week.  In this case, no news coverage is good news as they did not get the coverage they sought.  So, thank you.  Prayer does make a difference.  Please continue to lift up those listed below in your daily prayers.

See you Sunday!

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

 

Michael’s Missives for September 11, 2019

First Pres Community –

First, 9/11.  Be certain to remember what occurred 18 years ago today…the lives that were lost, the attacks which were made, the heroes who responded, and how our world was changed that day.  Observe a moment of silence.  Maybe sing the first verse of “God Bless America.”  Pray “never again” and as always, pray for peace in our country and in this world.

Second, Sunday School starts THIS SUNDAY!  In addition to the classes for children and youth which are downstairs, there are 5 adult classes.

1-The Value of Doubt by Bill Tammeus led by Nancy Tapp in the Center Room (downstairs).

2-Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison led by Ann Ditty and Barbara Muckey (Women’s Discussion Group) in the Lounge (upstairs).

3-Man to Man by Charles Swindoll (Men’s Group) in Room 118 (downstairs).

4-Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism by John Shelby Spong led by Stan Howell in the Library/Resource Room (downstairs).

5-Unshakeable Hope: building Our Lives on the Promises of God by Max Lucado led by Courtney Williams (contemporaries) at the end of the CE wing (downstairs).

Note: For women, there is also the Elizabeth Bible Study led by Carol Phillips on Friday mornings at 9:30am in the Library/Resource Room.  They are currently studying Jeremiah using the book Be Decisive.

This Sunday, the sermon at both the 9am and 11am services will be “God Finds Us” as we return to messages tied to what our children are learning in Sunday School during our 10am Faith and Fellowship Hour.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

Tomorrow (Thursday) at 8:30am, Keenagers travel to Shatto Milk Company for a 10:30am tour.  Cracker Barrel for lunch.  $6 for tour and cost of lunch.

Tonight, Bells at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.

This Saturday, the Celebration of Life service for Don Wood will be at 2pm.

Lastly, I will be on vacation, September 16-23, back at it on the 24th.  If you need pastoral assistance in by absence, contact Stephen Leader John Field.  There will be no missive next week.  Next Wednesday though, please keep in your prayers Lee’s Summit High School.  Westboro Baptist Church has planned a picket there prior to school on that day.  This is in response to an LGBTQ event that day and in retaliation against teachers who pressured the district to move the beginning of the year convocation because the church it was to be held in had beliefs contrary to the LGBTQ Community.  The school asked the LS Ministerial Association that there be NO counter-protest since media coverage is what WBC is after.  The school has plans for directing traffic and for conversing with students. They hope to keep things as low key as possible.  The LS Ministerial Alliance has written to the school, school board, and school district that we will comply with their request and that it is our belief that we are all children of God, regardless of orientation. “Everyone deserves love and respect, not the hate and anger that Westboro picketers distribute in communities all over this country. This is even more important when we are talking about the young people in our community.”  Thank you for keeping this in your prayers.

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Michael’s Missives for September 4, 2019

September 4, 2019

 

First Pres Community –

 

Hurricane Dorian continues to capture our attention and prayers for all affected by this slow moving, storm.  Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is actively working to bring help.  You may contribute to PDA through our denomination’s website at pcusa.org or by making a check to First Pres and marking it clearly for Dorian relief.

Even if Dorian causes the Chiefs opener (in Jacksonville) to be changed, our “kick-off” is on!

THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th is KICK-OFF SUNDAY!  Choir returns at the 11am service.  The sermon at both the 9am and 11am services will be “Known by God”.  Between the services, during the 10am Faith and Fellowship hour, there will be games for kids inside and outside (weather permitting) …and an opportunity for all to meet their Sunday School teachers and to see their classrooms.  At Noon, the Chiefs season opener (if held) will be broadcast in our Fellowship Hall as we enjoy a Tailgate Potluck Luncheon with a Chicken Wing Contest.  You may sill enter!  There will also be brats and burgers served.  Wear your red as we enjoy a “wing ding” time together!  Nursery care is provided all morning.

This Saturday, September 7, Women’s Breakfast at 8:30am.  All ladies welcome.

Also, this Saturday, Men’s Group Annual Fish Fry at the Beavers.  Contact Tom and Roxee Beaver asap.

In addition, this September, the Eating Out Group will dine. Contact Lucy Daily if interested.

Next Monday, September 9, Dinner for Eight, gathering at the Stefanellis, 5:30pm.  Contact Donna Haines to sign up or for more information.

Next Thursday, September 12, 8:30am Keenagers travel to Shatto Milk Company for a 10:30am tour.  Cracker Barrel for lunch.  $6 for tour and cost of lunch.  Sign up in Narthex.

Then, Sunday, September 15, Church School classes begin for all ages, including 5 adult classes, 10-10:40am.

TONIGHT, Bells at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.  New participants are always welcome.  (LOGOS and Youth Group resume Wednesday, October 2, 5:30-7:30pm.)

Go Team Go !!!

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Michael’s Missives for August 28, 2019

First Pres Community –

Enjoy these last days of August!!!  And have a wonderful Labor Day weekend.  Be sure to mark your calendars as September begins on Sunday.

TONIGHT, Bells resume at 6:30pm and Choir at 7:30pm.  New participants are always welcome.  Spirit Bells practice Mondays at 9:15am.

THIS SUNDAY, Communion will be celebrated at both the 9am and 11am Worship services.  The sermon will be “Ya’ll Come!”.  During the 10am Faith and Fellowship Time, an adult summer class downstairs will be led by Carol Phillips.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

Saturday, September 7, Women’s Breakfast at 8:30am.  All ladies welcome.

Also, Saturday, September 7, Men’s Group Annual Fish Fry at the Beavers.  Bring a salad/dessert. All are invited.  Rsvp with the Beavers asap.

In addition on September 7, the Eating Out Group will dine. Contact Lucy Daily if interested.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th is KICK-OFF SUNDAY!  Choir returns at the 11am service.  Between the services, during the 10am Faith and Fellowship hour, there will be games for kids inside and outside…and an opportunity for all to meet their Sunday School teachers and to see their classrooms.  At 12, the Chiefs season opener will be on in our Fellowship Hall as we enjoy a Tailgate Potluck Luncheon with a Chicken Wing Contest.  Sign-ups in the Narthex.  It should be a “wing ding” of a day!

Monday, September 9, Dinner for Eight, gathering at the Stefanellis, 5:30pm.  Contact Donna Haines to sign up or for more information.

Thursday, September 12, Keenagers to Shatto Dairy Farm.  Sign up in Narthex.

Sunday, September 15, Church School classes begin, 10-10:40am.

Looking ahead, LOGOS and Youth Group resume Wednesday, October 2, 5:30-7:30pm.

Lastly, be sure to sign up for our Rise Against Hunger event in the Narthex.

If you aren’t laboring, I look forward to seeing you this Sunday!

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Michael’s Missives for August 22, 2019

First Pres Community –

Well done Youth!!!  Youth Sunday was awesome.  We all loved “Indian tacos”, the pictures, the music, and hearing them share about their faith and how they grew in their faith in Christ through Travelling Day Camp, Mission endeavors, and Triennium Youth Conference.  About Triennium, some said it was “the most amazing experience of my life”, “I met Presbyterians, my age, from around the world”, and “I could really feel God present in the midst of 7,000 people worshipping the Lord.”  Well done parents, families, and church!!!   Your love, prayers, teaching, leading, encouragement, and support continues to raise amazing Christian young people.

In two weeks, we resume our new church school year.  SEPTEMBER 8th is KICK-OFF SUNDAY!  Choir returns at the 11am service.  Between the services, during the 10am Faith and Fellowship hour, there will be games for kids inside and outside…and an opportunity for all to meet their Sunday School teachers and to see their classrooms.  At 12, the Chiefs season opener will be on in our Fellowship Hall as we enjoy a Tailgate Potluck Luncheon with a Chicken Wing Contest.  Sign-ups in the Narthex.  It should be a “wing ding” of a day!

Our new entryway is almost complete.  Front entry now requires an entry card.  If you have need for one, contact Diane McKee, our Office Administrator.  If you ring the doorbell at the far right, we can now welcome you and let you in from our computers.  Keys still work on the kitchen door.  Security cameras now cover the parking lot as well as the entryway.  All of this is to improve the security of all in our church community and ministries.

It is wonderful to have a welcoming entryway…it feels like a front porch!

We all should be excited about what God is up to here.

See you this Sunday!

In the faith, hope, and love of Jesus –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Michael’s Missives for May 29, 2019

First Pres Community –

“The wind blows wherever it pleases” (John 3:8).  If Jesus was a tv weatherperson, it would be so refreshing, simple and honest.  ”Who knows” is so much easier to listen to than hours of hyped up forecasters blowing air (pun intended) to keep us glued to the set.

For those affected by last night’s tornados and high winds…no puns, only prayers…as well as for anyone affected by flooding and our ongoing storms.  The water flows wherever it pleases as well.  Flying in last Saturday, it was stunning to see how many fields are covered, how many roads are closed, and how many rivers are at the top of their banks.  I know Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is at work in flooded areas and I am certain they will be for those hit by tornados.

Needless to say, the timeline on the construction on our new entryway has been, is and will be affected by the weather.  So, we will just go with the flow…or blow…and just keep praying.

THIS SUNDAY – the sermon will be on a prayer that Jesus prayed for all of us…all who would come after his original disciples…and that includes us.  Prayer reveals one’s heart so I titled it, “The Heart of Jesus”.  We were and are in the heart of Jesus…wow.  In addition, at both the 9am and 11am Worship services, Holy Communion will be celebrated. During the 10am Faith and Fellowship Time, a new Adult summer class will begin in the downstairs Center Room led by Carol Phillips.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

***Combined WORSHIP WILL BE AT 10am on SUNDAY, JUNE 9 (a week from Sunday)!!!

This will be PENTECOST so WEAR RED.  After worship, we will take our annual all church photo and then enjoy a chicken dinner for everyone (food and drink provided, donations accepted).  This is an important opportunity for attenders of both services to worship and fellowship together…for us to be ONE Church here at First Pres.  Don’t miss it.

Looking ahead: Summer Mission Nights begin on Wednesday June 12 with Matt Sanning from Lee’s Summit Social Services sharing (dessert at 6:30, program from 7-8pm); Keenagers on Thursday June 13 to tour the Federal Reserve, the Money Museum, and lunch (signup now in the narthex); and Monday to Friday, June 24-28, Traveling Day Camp at the church (only 14 spots left so sign your children and their friends now!)

With you wherever the wind may blow –

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Building Faith…..Bringing Hope…..Sharing Love

Michael’s Missives for June 5, 2019

First Pres Community –

10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM * 10AM

What time is Worship THIS Sunday?  10am!

PENTECOST SUNDAY is a day the First Pres community gathers as ONE church.  In Acts 2, we are told how God’s Spirit came upon believers that day to do a new thing…to create a new covenant community out of diverse people who placed their faith in Jesus as Messiah…in Jesus as Lord and Savior.  That day, 3000 people came to believe in Christ and the Early Church was born.  Pentecost is the Birthday of Christ’s Church…so every year Pentecost is celebrated.

What time?  10am!  I am repeating that over and over to get the message through.  We try with bulletin announcements, worship announcements, CNN, missives, signage, Facebook, and word of mouth to always get church community messages out.  Sometimes we fail and sometimes things change, but please read and note messages that come your way…we are trying to communicate.  Good communication is vital to good community.

Back to this Sunday…what time?  10am!  WEAR RED which is the liturgical color for Pentecost.  Our Annual Church Photo will be taken at the close of Worship.  During Pentecost there is always amazing music and a festive atmosphere.  For the message, I have invited the Rev. Dee Cooper, the Interim Executive Presbyter for Heartland Presbytery, to preach to us.  I have found her to be creative, energetic, and insightful…and I welcome her bringing God’s word to us on Pentecost.  Because of time constraints, let me know of any announcement, moments for mission, or joys and concerns that you would like for me to share for you (we won’t have an open floor or mic).

After the Annual Church Photo, we will share a chicken dinner together.  It is a wonderful opportunity for us as a church to simply be together.  So, plan to stay for a bit, get to meet some new people, and enjoy time together.

Next Wednesday night, June 12, our Summer Mission Nights begin with Matt Sanning, Executive Director of Lee’s Summit Social Services sharing with us.  Everyone is invited for Dessert at 6:30pm and the Presentation from 7-8pm.

Looking ahead, June 24-28 will be Travelling Day Camp here at First Pres.  Register children asap at heartlandcamps.org to ensure a spot (they are going quick!)  Sign up sheets for volunteers are in the entryway.

Lastly, on the eve of the 75th Anniversary of DDay, take a moment to read about and reflect on the sacrifice and significance of the day for all of us.  Pray for all those who grieve loss of loved ones, for their sacrifice to be remembered, and for peace throughout this world.

See you Sunday…at what time???  That is right, 10am!

Your pastor and friend  Michael

Building Faith…..Bringing Hope…..Sharing Love

Michael’s Missives for June 12, 2019

First Pres Community –

Pentecost.  What a wonderful Pentecost celebration!!!  The Spirit was moving.  The sea of red made us look like Chiefs Nation.  I can’t wait to see the picture.  The dinner was so popular that people ate on the stage and out in the Narthex.  The music was vibrant, the message was excellent, the children had fun, God was worshiped, and our oneness in Spirit was evident.  Thank you all who helped make it happen and all who participated.  Even the numbers were good (considering how many are away on vacation right now).

Building progress.  Our front wall is gone.  A temporary wall is in place.  The beams and trusses are going up.  Thank God for some good weather.  And the front door is accessible (except during our weekdays sometimes…then we use the kitchen door).

TONIGHT.  Mission Night.  Matt Sanning from Lee’s Summit Social Services will be with us to kickoff our Summer Mission Nights.  Dessert at 6:30pm and Presentation from 7-8pm.  Everyone in welcome.

TONIGHT.  “Wednesdays with Peter” begin from 6:30-7:30pm for students K-12.  All are welcome.

TOMORROW (Thursday June 13). Keenagers will meet at 11am to go to lunch at the Jack Stack in the Freight District and then to 1:30pm tours of The Money Museum and the Federal Reserve.  Contact Sharon Pyburn if interested.

THIS SUNDAY.  Father Day will be celebrated with “Donuts for Dads” during our fellowship.  At both the 9am and 11am Worship Services, we will begin a summer sermon series that will take us through “The Beatitudes” that I am calling the “BE-attitudes”.  That is not what the word means, but it is what they teach as our transformation in Christ is described with the accompanying blessing by God.  The Beatitudes are not impractical aspirations, but practical guidance and assurances…with a little summer levity thrown in.  We begin with “Happy to be Humble”.  During the 10am Faith and Fellowship Time, a new Adult summer class will begin in the downstairs Center Room led by Carol Phillips.  Nursery care is provided all morning.

Looking ahead. a New Members/Pastor’s Welcome Class will be offered at 10am on Sunday, June 23 and 30 for those wanting to join First Pres or those wanting to know more about First Pres.  Contact the Church Office to let us know if you want to attend.

Looking ahead, Traveling Day Camp is June 24-28 here at First Pres.  Register children asap at heartlandcamps.org to ensure a spot (they are going quick!)  Signup sheets for volunteers are in the entryway.

Your pastor and friend  Michael

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Building Faith…..Bringing Hope…..Sharing Love