The Grace of Intercessory Prayer
Sea Island Presbyterian Church Fred Brace, Ralph & Carolyn Davis, Richard Hazzelworth
Wednesday Kirk Night (father of Trudi Peevey), Jerry Hughey (brother of Lindel
NO Kirk Night this week…will resume Henderson), Martie McTeer, and Mary Patterson (BMH Rm
April 11 with a Barbecue dinner. 522), mother of Melissa Sheppard. A full list of names that
All are welcome! we continue to pray for is available in the monthly newsletter
Supper – Bobby O’ Quinn 5:30pm, Fellowship Hall as well as the church office.
Evening Prayer 6:00pm, Fellowship Hall
Evening Song – Bill Duggan 6:05 – 6:25pm, Sanctuary
Witness to the Resurrection
Choral Groups (Children) 6:00 – 7:15pm Rose Londeree, mother of Leah Roche, BayView, entered the Church
Covenant Choir (3 – 5 grades) Choir Room Triumphant on March 26, 2012. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and
Charlie Frost the life.”
6:30 - 7:15pm
Angel Choir (4 y/o – K) CE Wing, Room 201
Large print bulletins & hearing devices are available
Amy Bowman & Kay Keeler Check with one of our greeters if you prefer a large print bulletin or would
like to use a hearing device during our worship service.
Cherub Choir (1 – 2 grades) CE Wing, Room 201
Currently rehearsing with Angel Choir One Great Hour of Sharing Offering Today
Small Groups 6:30 - 7:15pm Members and guests of SIPC are asked to share their blessings today by
way of the One Great Hour of Sharing offering. This offering is a sign of
Middle School Youth: Why Jesus Education Building, Room 304
Melissa Davis & Stacie Van Vulpen
our commitment, along with other denominations, to provide resources on
a global basis for God’s work.
High School: The Case for Christ Education Building, Room 308
Mike Bono & Erika Pyle Presbyterians support OGHS in the areas of Presbyterian Disaster
Assistance, Presbyterian Hunger Program for homelessness and affordable
Exploring Christian Faith East Room housing as well as the Self-Development of People. One way Missions is
helping now is through the Presbyterian Disaster Relief. With the horrible
Conversations on Faith Education Building, Room 301 damage to people and property in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and other
Bill & Wendi Duggan states from tornados, the Charleston Atlantic Presbytery has sent a
Parenting for Life Fellowship Hall, Wing 1 & 2
financial response of $10,000! This response is possible because of your
Jerry & Jodie Linn offerings in 2011 to One Great Hour of Sharing. In addition to these
financial offerings, disaster kits are still needed. Please visit the following
Spiritual Formation (6:00-7:15) Education Building, Room 302 link if you would like more information on how you can help:
The Gospel of John Fellowship Hall, Wing 3 & 4
David Rockwell & John Sheppard
Please consider this important Mission of the larger church as your way of
Life Together, Dietrich Bonhoeffer Pastor’s Study enriching lives and also giving thanks to God. For more information on
Steve Keeler & Jim Outlaw
One Great Hour of Sharing, go to www.pcusa.org/oghs/. As always, the
Missions Committee thanks you for your help and prayers.
Kirk Choir 7:30pm, Choir Room
Centering Prayer – Maundy Thursday at 12 noon Upcoming Events for Family Promise
Centering Prayer is a time of quiet meditation that offers an opportunity to "Birdies for Charity"- Pledge a fixed sum for each birdie scored during the
listen to God’s Spirit which is intimately near, even within us. Join us in four tournament rounds at the Heritage Golf Tournament in April. Pick
the Sanctuary Maundy Thursday for the last session of Centering prayer. up forms on the table in the narthex. Tickets are available from Judy
Hultquist at 476-7693 or at the Family Promise Center at 815-4200.
SPRING CLEANING DAY HELP Sunday is the 1st Sunday of the month
Saturday, April 14, 8:00am-12:00pm Help of Beaufort is one of the United Way agencies
The Property Committee announces that we work with closely through the week
Saturday, April 14, as Spring Cleaning assisting people of special need and care.
Day – a day to clean up, clean out, and
clean deep! The entire church is invited – Baskets are placed in the narthex (entrance to the sanctuary) on the 1st
this will take a lot of people to do this in Sunday of every month to collect canned goods and dry staples for this
four hours. Please bring brooms, mops, ecumenical ministry. It is helpful for the business office if you make a
rags, cans of pledge, canister vacuum monetary donation to earmark your check for HELP of Beaufort.
cleaners with attachments, extension cords,
step ladders, ladders for cleaning windows, Service of Wholeness – April 22 at 5:00pm during Vespers
hoses for spraying windows, stiff brushes Christian brothers and sisters gather to offer prayers on behalf of those
to scrub face boards, pressure washers, needing physical or spiritual healing and strength, prayers of intercession
water hoses, and squeegees. and prayers of supplication. There is the laying on of hands and anointing
with oil as called for by Scripture. Please accept this open invitation from
We especially need trucks to haul off discarded items from the attic and
the Diaconate to join us on Sunday, April 22 at 5:00pm in the Sanctuary.
trash. We will provide garbage bags, rubber gloves, morning snacks and
drinks. Friends of Caroline Hospice - Fashion Show
Wednesday, April 25 at 11:30am
SIPC Father Daughter Dance – Saturday, April 21, 6:00-8:00pm The 9th Annual FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice Fashion Show fundraiser
Dads, Grandpas, Uncles, or any guy with a special little lady…join us for will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at The Shed located in the
a fabulous night of fun and dancing, desserts and door prizes! Semi- center of downtown Port Royal, SC. The theme for the event which
formal/dressy casual attire is recommended. The cost is $10 per father. begins at 11:30am is “Transitions” and will showcase the romantic colors
Please make checks payable to SIPC and ear mark “Father Daughter and styles for spring.
Dance.” Please RSVP to Christina Gecy at 843-441-0903 or
email@example.com by April 18. The event includes a luncheon offered by Catering by Debbi Covington,
an auction and door prizes. FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice is a non-
Pizza Hut & Family Promise profit, United Way organization that has been serving Beaufort residents
Family Promise invites everyone to dinner at one of the Pizza Hut for over thirty-two years and relies solely on support from the community
locations in Beaufort the first Tuesday of every month from 5:00-9:00pm. to operate. Tickets are $55 or you can purchase a table for 10 people for
20% of your purchase will be donated to Family Promise of Beaufort $500. Tickets can be purchased by calling 843-525-6257 or online at
County. Please pick up coupons at the table in the Narthex. Help make a www.friendsofcarolinehospice.com.
difference in the life of a local homeless child.