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					                                                                                                  November 2010

                GOOd NEwS!
                Introducing the Rev. Fred Lyon
                               Flossmoor Community Church welcomes Senior
                               Pastor Candidate the Reverend Fred Lyon, who is
                               an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church.
                               Congregation members can meet Pastor
                               Lyon and his wife, Jan, at an OPEN HOUSE
                               on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
                               Community House. Pastor Lyon will preach the
                               next day, November 14, at both Sunday services,
                               after which a special congregational meeting will
                               be conducted to consider his election and call.      NOTICE
                               Pastor Lyon comes to Flossmoor from the
                               Washington D.C. area, where he has served since
                               2002 as an interim senior pastor at four churches
in succession with the last two churches similar in size and organization to        SPECIAL
Flossmoor Community Church. Pastor Lyon has 27 years of clergy experience,
and he sees his interim service since 2002 as one call unfolding in four stages.
“I have been invigorated by the experience gained in dealing with increasing
levels of congregational involvement, institutional complexity and pastoral
responsibility,” he said.                                                             A SPECIAL MEETING
“The Senior Pastor Search Committee is excited to have a pastor with Fred’s         OF THE CONGREGATION
faith, experience and education lead our family of faith,” said Scott Kappmeyer,        OF FLOSSMOOR
committee chair.
                                                                                     COMMUNITY CHURCH
Rev. Lyon earned his Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary in             IS CALLED FOR
New Jersey, and has two additional master’s degrees, one in Christian education
and another in theology.                                                            SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
                                                                                      IN THE SANCTUARY
“Reverend Lyon brings a passion for teaching, preaching and pastoral care,
coupled with a strong and mature faith in God and Jesus Christ,” said Robert         FOLLOWING THE 10:30
Norby, Governing Board Chair. “These attributes will enable him to serve,              WORSHIP SERVICE
guide and lead our congregation in worship, education, congregational care
and spiritual growth.” Mr. Norby noted that Rev. Lyon also embraces FCC’s
core value that Jesus Christ is Central and Diversity is Cherished. “I am excited   The purpose of this meeting
about the prospect of Reverend Lyon being called as our next Senior Pastor,” he     is to consider the election
                                                                                    and call of the Reverend
Rev. Lyon said that FCC is a natural fit for his desired call. “When I first read
Flossmoor Community Church’s Profile for the Senior Pastor Search I was happily
                                                                                    Fred C. Lyon to become
stunned by how closely FCC’s congregational hopes for being served by a             Senior Pastor of our church.
new pastor mirrored my pastoral hopes for serving a new congregation,” said         Reverend Lyon, the Senior
Rev. Lyon. “I am grateful that my initial hunch about sharing a mutual sense of
call with FCC has been amply confirmed through every stage of conversation          Pastor candidate, will preach
with the Search Committee. I look forward to meeting the congregation and           at both the 9 a.m. and 10:30
discovering together what the Spirit of the living God holds in store for such a
vibrant community of faith.”                                                        a.m. services.
Terese Thrall, Senior Pastor Search Committee

   A look ahead at worship at FCC
 November 7          All Saint’s Sunday
  The day we remember those who have gone before us. We
  will remember and break the bread and share the cup in
  communion at both services. (Breakfast Bonanza in
  Fellowship Hall)
 November 14 Candidate Sunday
  Rev. Fred Lyon will preach at both services, after which
  a special congregational meeting will be conducted to
  consider his election and call.
 November 28          First Sunday of Advent
  We will light the first Advent Candle and begin the
  preparation for the coming of the Christ child.
 December 1          PEGs Advent Worship
  See page 8 for details and note the change of time.
 December 12          Christmas Cantata
  Rutter Gloria presented by the Chancel Choir and
  Chamber Brass Ensemble at both services
 December 19 “Let There Be Light!”
  Children’s Ministries Christmas Pageant at both services

 December 24          Christmas Eve
  5 pm     Family Candlelight Service
  9 &11 pm Candlelight Service of Lessons & Carols

 Don’t Forget!

  Daylight Savings Time                                 Wednesday, November 24 at 7:30p.m.
      ends at 2 a.m. on
   Sunday, November 7.                                               Temple Anshe Sholom
  Remember to set back                                                 20820 Western Ave
                                                                  Olympia Fields, IL 60461-1947
    your clock one hour                                                  (708) 748-6010
 before coming to worship
    later in the morning                                Featuring the music of the Homewood Flossmoor
     to praise the Lord!                             Viking Choir. All are invited to begin Thanksgiving at this
                                                                          community event!

                     Trunk or Treat!
The plagues of Egypt and Biblical characters will come to life on Sunday,
October 31, during Sunday school and after worship. Join in the fun and
open your car trunk to the parade of children in their “plague” costumes
following the 10:30 a.m. service. Let us know ahead of time if you wish to
participate, and we will reserve you a parking space on Carroll Parkway.           2nd grade Promised Land class
Suggested treats for the kids include everything from candy and popcorn            with teacher, Peter Robertson,
balls to fun stuff like Christian silly bands and trinkets. For more treat ideas   transforming the Creation.
and to reserve your parking space, please contact Leslie or Belinda Lowry,
co-Directors of Children’s Ministries, at 798-2800 ext. 16, or by emailing

                                         FCC Children’s Ministries
                                          proudly announces it’s
                                         2010 Christmas Pageant:

               Let There Be Light!
    Mark your calendars! The Children’s Ministries Christmas Program will be
            presented during both worship services December 19.
                         Calling All Kids in Promised Land & Grapple!
                         Sunday, November 7, there will be a sign-up for
                         all kids who’d like to have a speaking part in the
                         Christmas Pageant. Come up to Promised Land in
                         between services or stay after Sunday school to let
                         us know you’re interested. We would like to include
                         liturgical dance and another very cool movement
                         piece as well. Pop into MasterPeace Theatre to see a
                         DVD presentation of what we have in mind.

  Calling all parents and members of the congregation! There will be
  plenty of opportunities for you to donate your time and talents as well!

                       FCC YOUTH MINISTRIES

                                                                                 Get the Hunger
                                         On November 17, Youth Ministries is gathering the community together to
                                         participate in One Meal One Day! OMOD is a youth movement committed to
                                         raising awareness and funds for global hunger.

                                         DID YOU KNOW . . .
                                           • every year Americans spend over $558 billion eating out?

 BREAKFAST                                 • every year Americans spend $33 billion on weight loss products?
                                           • 1.02 billiion (one in five) people in the world do not have enough to eat?

 BONANZA!                                  • More than 1 billion people in the world live on less than $1 a day?
                                         What OMOD does is quite simple… on November 17 you pledge to skip one
                                         meal and donate the money you would have spent on food to Compassion
    Sunday, November 7 from              International.
  8 am – noon in Fellowship Hall                               $13 will feed a child for one month
                                                             $156 will feed a child for an entire year
 $8/adults, $4 kids younger than 7th
    grade, $24 family maximum
                                         To sign up to participate, you can do one of the following:
 Each Fall, our Youth sponsor a            • Visit our display at the Youth Breakfast Bonanza on November 7.
 breakfast for the whole church,           • Talk to one of our youth and pledge to skip a meal and give them the
 and the proceeds are used to                 funds.
 sponsor Christmas Angels families.        • Visit our Facebook Page at, and
 THIS YEAR our breakfast is on “time          “like” our page and RSVP to our event (bottom left corner). You will be
 change”Sunday, so you get an extra           contacted with more information.
 hour of sleep AND you can fill your       • Sign up on the bulletin board outside Youth Crossings.
 tummies with delicious                    • Email Betsy Hanzelin, Director of Youth Ministries at
 pancakes and omelets
 … all for a good cause!                 Contributions can be made by cash or check (payable to Compassion
 Come watch our teens                    International), and turned in to the Youth Office or one of our youth. For more
 flip you an omelet, pour                information about movement,
 you some great coffee
 and provide a morning                   You may not feel like skipping a meal will change the world, but this
 of great fellowship!                    single act of sacrifice will feed a hungry child for days. This is real
                                         money for real kids. Will you join the movement?

      Jennifer S. Fallick

Some of our Genesis/7th grade youth
(pictured right) gather before walking
at the Walk of Hope! Our FCC Youth
team raised over $1900 for the Cancer
Support Center at this year’s walk and
appreciate the generous support of
the congregation.

                            UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES AT fCC

            DISCOvERy fORUM
     Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in the Family Room
                   Led by Trina Hayes
Join the continuing discussion of Krista Tippett’s
Speaking of Faith: Why Religion Matters and How to Talk
About It on November 7 and 14. No advance preparation
is necessary as we read the text aloud and discuss
it. Books are available to use during the discussion.
This month we’re talking about the narrative way of               BUDDhIST TEMPlE vISIT
speaking about religion and ethics and its power to
reframe difficult conversations.                                           Sunday, November 7
                                                                         departing FCC at 2:45 p.m.
On November 21, the “Third Sunday Book Club” will
discuss Barbara Kingsolver’s The Lacuna, the story of a    Join us in a visit to the Buddhist Society for Compassion
young man caught between two countries looking for         and Wisdom. The temple is located at 1710 W. Cornelia
identity and a place of hope. The story takes place in     Ave, in Chicago. We will be sitting in on their 4 p.m.
Mexico and the U.S. and features characterizations of      service. After the service, there will be time for a question
Lev Trotsky, Frida Kahlo, and Diego Rivera.                and answer session. We will meet and leave from the
                                                           church at 2:45 for those who would like to drive together
The Discovery Forum will not meet on November 28.          or who need a ride. All family and friends are welcome to
                                                           join us.

            Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Parlor
                  Led by Paul Erickson
For everyone who enjoyed the Disciple class on John
last fall and everyone who is interested in one of the
most fascinating books in the Bible.
                                                                 WE WANT TO hEAR
                                                                    fROM yOU!
       DIvERSITy DISCUSSIONS                                  Adult Ministries will be conducting an online
                                                              survey in November. We are looking to capture
                Sunday,November 21                            your interest as we work to develop education
                  10:30 - 12:30 p.m.                          offerings in 2011 and beyond. We encourage you
           Led by CeCe Coffey & Don Jones                     to complete the survey so that we can better meet
At Flossmoor Community Church, Diversity is                   your needs.
Cherished. Join us November 21 for this monthly, two-
hour Sunday morning session from 10:30-12:30, led by          Please stay tuned to Faith Family Matters for more
                                                              information, or watch
CeCe Coffey and Don Jones, which will help us listen,
dialogue, and reflect about how to practice diversity at
FCC and in the world.

          FCC Fall Family
         Hayride & Bonfire
          sponsored by the Board of Congregational Life

                                                          On October 24, FCC members and friends
                                                          gathered at Forest View Farms in Tinley Park for
                                                          an afternoon enjoying fellowship and fresh fall
                                                          air! Much fun was had with a good old fashioned
                                                          hayride, a bonfire, cooking hotdogs and roasting
                                                          marshmallows - all of the fall essentials!

                                                        Mission Minute
                                              Second Sunday
                                              Learn more about outreach opportunities, talk to representatives from non-
                                              profits and discuss issues affecting our lives and communities. Attend loose
          Did You Know?                       and lively discussions on the second Sunday of each month. We meet in the
                                              Bell Chapel at 10:30 a.m. This program year’s monthly menu looks like this:
    Outreach has a bulletin board
                                               Dec 12     Bead for Life Jewelry Fundraiser
    located on the first floor                 Jan 9      NEW DATE: Meet and Greet Regional Non-Profit Organizations
    landing. We publish volunteer              Feb 13     Beyond Hammer and Nail - Food and Shelter in the Southland:
    opportunities and want you to                         South Suburban PADS, Respond Now, Habitat for Humanity
    post your volunteer requests               Mar 13     Women In Progress Outing: Art Gallery Tour and Lunch
                                               Apr 10     Building ‘community’ in a Community: Center for Multi-
    and needs, too.                                       Cultural Communities
                                               May 8      Jesus Has Left the Building: Do you have ideas for this summer?

Back Again by Popular Demand... Bead for Life
A BeadforLife Fundraiser is coming your way on December 12! BeadforLife creates
sustainable opportunities for women of the Acholi tribe in Uganda to lift their
families out of extreme poverty by connecting people worldwide in a circle of
exchange that enriches everyone. Get ready to purchase earth friendly jewelry
with beads rolled from colorful magazine pages! Reasonable prices for a worthy

Fall Blood Drive
Dr. Harold Page is again getting us organized for the semi-annual blood drive.
More details coming soon, be sure to check the OUTREACH Bulletin Board.

The Penny & Dime Store
Help the Jones Memorial Community Center by donating items to their holiday
store. Kids can ‘buy’ new gifts for their families from our donations. More details
coming soon, be sure to check the OUTREACH Bulletin Board.

The Giving Tree
Help Aunt Martha’s fulfill Christmas wishes for less privileged children.More details coming soon, be sure to check the
OUTREACH Bulletin Board.

Christmas Angels
Get ready for the return of this wonderful FCC legacy. Watch for church announcements and look in your mailbox soon.

Mission Grants Available!
Do you know of an organization that needs the support of a church family? The Board and FCC provide mission grants
to organizations and individuals who embrace our FCC core values. Grants last year totaled almost $50,000! Provide the
Board of Outreach with the organization name, phone and email and contact name as well as a short description of the
mission. Your suggestions are welcome through December 31. Two other grant types are available: seminary students
and college students who want to participate in a mission trip during the school year or over the summer. Contact Jackie
Riffice at 957.0231.

                                          Wreath Sale
                                                                                    Women’s & Men’s Association
                                         Pick Up Dates

  If you ordered wreaths or other holiday greenery, they will be available
  for pick-up at the Community House on Wednesday, December 1 (before
  and after the Advent Service), Friday, December 3, (11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 5- 7
  p.m.), Saturday, December 4, (10 a.m.- noon) and Sunday, December 5, (10
  a.m.- noon). If you have any questions, please call or email Kim Homrich at

                                                                                     The Dixie Highway In Illinois
                                                                                         Program & Luncheon
        New Time for the Parent Education Groups                                      Wednesday, November 10
                                                                                      at noon in Fellowship Hall
       Advent Worship Service!
                                                                                    James R. Wright, a lifelong
In years past, a special Friday morning Advent worship service has marked
the spiritual start of the Christmas season for many members of our church          Homewood resident and author,
community. It has been a time to center hearts and minds with music, scripture      will present his new book The
and a message on how to keep the coming weeks meaningful in the richest             Dixie Highway in Illinois. Jim will
sense of the word. In an effort to include more of the congregation in an
experience that has meant so much to so many, PEGs has decided to move the          give an overview of the early
service to a Wednesday evening.                                                     history of the highway, illustrated
                                                                                    by photographs from his new
So, please mark your calendars for Wednesday, December 1 at 7 p.m., and plan to
attend the first evening Advent service. Immediately following the service, there   book by the same name. Learn
will be Christmas cookies, punch and an opportunity for a little congregational     about the early thoroughfare
congeniality down in Fellowship Hall. If you’ve ordered anything through the        between Chicago and Miami
wreath sale, items can be picked up before (between 6 and 7 p.m.) or after
(between 8 and 8:30 p.m.) the service, in addition to the previously publicized     dating back to 1915. The Dixie
times.                                                                              Highway was the first highway
                                                                                    to be fully paved in the state of
Though children are absolutely welcome, if you have little ones that would be
happier in the nursery, please keep an eye on the Sunday bulletins for contact      Illinois upon its completion in
information should you need childcare. Likewise, if you’d love to attend but        1921. Copies of Jim’s book will
hesitate to drive at night, there will soon be someone to contact for a ride. The   be available at the presentation.
Parent Education Groups hope that this service will become a new tradition for
many, and want to make it easily accessible for all!

With warm wishes for each of you,
The Parent Education Groups Transitional Team

          H-F took second place in Class AA Girls State Golf Championship.
          Congrats to Michelle Mayer, Katelyn Hoag and Ryann Gilley!

Jay Readey was a recent recipient of the Chicago Southland Chamber of
                                                                                   Congratulations to:
Commerce’s first “Outstanding Leaders Under 40” award. Jay, an attorney      Tracey King & Mike Danadio, who
in Olympia Fields, was recognized for founding NeighborScapes which          were married October 2. Tracey is
operates summer camps, after-school programs and job-training programs.      the daughter of Diane & Doug King
                                                                             and the sister of Brooke Parry.

                                                                              We Celebrate the Birth of:
                                                                             Brady James Williams, born
                                                                             September 21. Brady is the son of
                                                                             Shannon and Pete Williams and the
                                                                             brother of Cameron, Brynn, Jack
                                                                             and Erin.

                                                                             Our Sympathy and Prayers to:
                                                                             Jim Thiros & family in the death of
                                                                             Jim’s father, Nick, on October 14.
    Dear Church Family,                                                      Our FCC building manager, Dave
                                                                             Dau and family, in the death of his
    There is only one way I can thank so many                                mother, Phyllis Dau on October 16.
    people – I’d like to thank EVERYONE who                                  The family and friends of former
    sent cards and prayers to me while I was in                              member, Jean Dennis, who died
                                                                             recently. Memorial services are
    the hospital. You will never know how much                               pending.
    it meant to me.                                                          Connie Borchert and family in the
                                                                             death of her sister’s husband, Gerald
    What a blessed church we have!                                           Hayes, on October 11.
                                                                             Our sympathy and prayers to the
                                                                             Van Vlyman family in the death
    With love, Aleece Fulton                                                 of Bill; the father of Pat and the
                                                                             grandfather of Rochelle Van Vlyman
                                                                             and great-grandfather of Daniel
page 10

          A Thanksgiving Prayer
          O God, when I have food, help me to remember the hungry;
          When I have work, help me to remember the jobless;
          When I have a home,
               help me remember those who have no home at all;
          When I am without pain, help me to remember those who suffer,
          And remembering,
               help me to destroy my complacency;
               bestir my compassion,
               and be concerned enough to help,
          By word and deed, those who cry out for what we take for granted.

                                                           by Samuel F. Pugh
                                                                                                                                            Page 11

       November Calendar of Events
       Worship from 9-10 a.m. & 10:30-11:30 a.m.                                Youth Groups: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
       Adult Education: 10:30 a.m.                                              Promised Land Church School: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
       Fellowship Time: 10 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.                                    Preschool Groups: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
                                                                                Nursery Care: 9 - 11:30 a.m.

Mon          11/01 Revelation Class (PA)                    7 pm                Tues         11/23 Governing Board (FH)                       7 pm
Tues         11/02 Election Day                                                 Wed          11/24 Community Thanksgiving Eve
                   Diaconate (PA)                           6:30 pm                                Service (Temple Anshe Shalom)              7:30 pm
                   Children’s Ministries (A2C)              7
                   Adult Ministries (Rm.22)                 7:30                Thurs        11/25 Thanksgiving
                   Personnel (FR)                                                                  (Church Offices closed)
Sat          11/06 REMEMBER TO TURN YOUR CLOCKS                                 Fri          11/26 Church Offices closed
                   BACK ONE HOUR AT BEDTIME!
                                                                                Sun          11/28 First Sunday of Advent
Sun          11/07 Daylight Savings Ends
                   Communion, All Saints Sunday                                 Mon          11/29 Revelation Class (PA)                      7 pm
                   New Members Join
                   Youth Breakfast Bonanza (FH)             8am-12pm
                   Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk (FR)        5:30 pm

Mon          11/08 Revelation Class (PA)                    7 pm
                   PEGs Transition Comm. (Rm.23)

Tues         11/09 Finance (LB)                             6:30 pm
                   Outreach (PA)                            7
                   Christian Ed (FR)                                                             SPECIAL WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS
                   Congregational Life (Rm.22)              7:15
                   Properties (Rm.23)                       7:30                Mon             HFHS Moms in Touch Prayer Group (OAS) 9 am
                   Lay Ministries (A2C)
                   Worship & the Arts (GS)                                      Tues            Yoga with a Spiritual Vein (SC)               9:30 am
                                                                                                Staff Meeting (FR)                            2 pm
Wed          11/10 Women’s & Men’s Association
                   Program & Luncheon (FH)                  12 pm               Wed             Chair Yoga (SC)                               11 am
                                                                                                Yoga with a Spiritual Vein (SC)               12:30 pm
Sat          11/13 OPEN HOUSE TO MEET                                                           Cherub Choir (FR)                             4
                   REV. LYON & HIS WIFE, JAN (CH)           3-5 pm                              Jubilate Choir (CP)
                                                                                                Youth Leadership (CP)                         7:30
Sun          11/14 CANDIDATE SUNDAY
                   REV. LYON TO PREACH AT 9 & 10:30 AM                          Thurs           Serena Hills Moms in Touch
                   SPECIAL MEETING TO CONSIDER THE                                              Prayer Group (Rm22)                           9:30 am
                   ELECTION AND CALL OF REV. LYON                                               Women of Note (BC)                            1:15 pm
                   IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING 10:30 WORSHIP                                          Chancel Ringers (RRB)                         6:30
                                                                                                Chancel Choir (CP)                            7:30
Mon          11/15 Revelation Class (PA)                    7 pm                                Yoga with a Spiritual Vein (SC)               7:30
Tues         11/16 Stephen Ministries Peer Support                              Fri             Yoga with a Spiritual Vein (SC)               9:30 am
                   (FR, PA)                                 7 pm
                   Stewardship (SPO)                        7:30                Sat             Men’s Church at the Train Station (CATS) -
                                                                                                Flossmoor Station Restaurant              8 am
Wed          11/17 Foundation (FR)                          7:30 pm
                                                                                Sun             PADS (FH)                                      6 pm
Fri          11/19 Preschool Directing Comm. (A2C) 12 pm

Mon          11/22 Revelation Class (PA)                    7 pm

                                                           Calendar Codes
       A2C    Acts2Crew (Rm. 10)           GS    Gathering Space                      OAS    Oasis (Rm 11)               SPO   Sr. Pastor’s Office
       CP     Chapel                       GE    Genesis Room                         PA     Parlor                      TR    Tower Room
       CH     Community House              LB    Library                              PEGs   Parent Education Groups     TP    Temple (Room 12)
       CS     Creation Station (Rm. 15)    MPT   MasterPeace Theater (Rm. 14)         RRB    Rehearsal Room B            WMA   Women’s & Men’s Association
       FR     Family Room                  MPR   Multipurpose Room                    SA     Sanctuary                   WPS   Weekday Preschool
       FH     Fellowship Hall              NU    Nursery                              SC     Spirituality Center         YC    Youth Crossings
                               “I FEEL LIKE A TINY BIRD WITH A BIG SONG”

                                               The quote above is from the August 18,
                                               2005 comic strip “Ballard Street” by Jerry
                                               Van Amerongen. I found it as I was looking
                                               for phrases to describe the word joy. Joy is
                                               the emotion felt by the Senior Pastor Search

                                               Committee as we welcome the Revered
                                               Fred Lyon as our Senior Pastor Candidate.

                                                 On November 15, 2009, the members of
                                                 Flossmoor Community Church installed the

                                                 Senior Pastor Search Committee, the initial
                                                 phase in the process that would eventually
                                                 lead to the calling of a new Senior Pastor to
                      our fellowship. I think it is no coincidence that the Governing Board

                      has called for a special congregational meeting on November 14,
                      2010 to consider Reverend Lyon’s election and call – almost one
                      year to the day after the committee was installed.

                      It is with great joy that we recommend Reverend Lyon’s election
                      and call to the position of Senior Pastor of Flossmoor Community

                      Over the past year, we carefully reviewed more than 100 resumes
                      and profiles, evaluated answers to specifically prepared written
                      questions, conducted telephone interviews, heard numerous
                      sermons from select candidates, and conducted in-person interviews

                      with those candidates we determined to be the most qualified. It
                      was only after that level of diligence and a great deal of thought,
                      discernment, discussion and prayer that we sensed that God was
                      calling Reverend Lyon to be our candidate of choice.

                      Reverend Lyon is foremost a man of great faith and integrity. He
                      brings a love of Christ and an appreciation for the hopes and dreams
                      of our family of faith. Reverend Lyon is a down-to-earth individual
                      with great leadership skills, a focus on Christian education at all age
                      levels, a passion for worship and preaching, and a strong interest in
                      pastoral care. And importantly, Reverend Lyon senses God is calling
                      him to Flossmoor Community Church.

                      The other members of the Senior Pastor Search Committee and I
                      look forward to welcoming Senior Pastor Candidate the Reverend
      2010            Fred Lyon and introducing Fred and his wife Jan to Flossmoor in
                      mid-November. We thank you for your confidence and prayers over
                      the past year.
Community ChurCh
2218 Hutchison Road   With great joy,
   Flossmoor, IL
                      Scott Kappmeyer,
                      Senior Pastor Search Committee

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