WE ARE IN THE MIDST A SERMON SERIES on the life and writings of Paul. Paul’s teachings are fundamental in Christianity and they tell us a lot about the man himself. We hope you are enjoying this series.

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR ANDY BISHOP will be held in our sanctuary next Sabbath, October 9, at 3 pm. If you knew Andy, we hope you’ll be able to attend and celebrate the incredible person that he was and the wonderful memories he gave to all of us.

THE SOUTH BAY SHELTER is now accepting donations for non-perishable food items. This can include canned goods, boxed cereal, dried pasta, jars of sauce, peanut butter, pancake mix, granola bars, fruit snacks, nuts, or any other nonperishable food you think young families might find joy in receiving. Donations can be placed in the round barrel in our church foyer.

THE FAMILY OF SHIRLEY ABBEY would like to express its heartfelt appreciation for all the prayers, cards, hugs, and flowers after her death. A big thank you also to the Hearts-to-Hearts ladies for the wonderful reception, and to Pastor Gary for his songs and tribute at her memorial.

VOLUNTEER SIGNUPS for opening prayer and children’s story are taking place in our foyer. If you don’t know your future schedule, please don’t let that prevent you from signing up. If the date approaches and you are unable to volunteer, we will gladly find a replacement.

THE SON OF ONE OF OUR CHURCH MEMBERS is available for tutoring or child care services weekday afternoons or any time on the weekends. This young gentleman is a high school sophomore and able to tutor in any subject needed. If you are interested, please contact Danielle Verbrugghen at (619) 302-7227.

FOR SANITATION REASONS, WE HAVE TEMPORARILY PAUSED both the children’s offering and main offering segments of our service. If you would like to contribute tithes and offerings, you may still do so either in person or online. You may drop your offering into the offering box in the foyer or you can visit our church website (www.tsdachurch.org) and click “online giving.”