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WORSHIP WITH US
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

9:15 A.M.JAM SESSIONS, ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL, ASK THE PASTOR CLASS 9:30 A.M.30 MINS! FOR YOUTH 10:30 A.M.WORSHIP SERVICE 11:30 A.M.COFFEE / FELLOWSHIP TIME IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL
SATURDAY EVENING WORSHIP

6:00 P.M.SATURDAY@HILL WORSHIP WITH A DIFFERENCE

Come and Join Us!


SEE COMPLETE WEEKLY SCHEDULE ON THE OTHER SIDE OR VISIT WWW.HILLUP.ORG

WORSHIP SCHEDULE
SATURDAY EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES 6:007:00 P.M. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES 10:3011:30 A.M.

NOVEMBER 4, 2012
23rd Sunday after Pentecost Lords SupperTraditional 2013 Stewardship Consecration Harvest Home

NOVEMBER 3, 2012 No Worship Due to Halloween Celebrations

Sermon: Servants and Stewards Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Proverbs 3: 5-9, 13-14; I Corinthians 4: 1-2 and I Peter 4: 7-11 NOVEMBER 11, 2012
24th Sunday after Pentecost Harvest Home

NOVEMBER 10, 2012


Harvest Home

Sermon: Putting in Everything Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Mark 12: 38-44; Hebrews 9: 24-28

Sermon: Putting in Everything Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Mark 12: 38-44; Hebrews 9: 24-28 NOVEMBER 18, 2012
25th Sunday after Pentecost Operation Christmas Child Boxes Due

NOVEMBER 17, 2012 No Worship Service

Sermon: The Beginning of the Birth-Pangs Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: I Samuel 2:1-10; Mark 13: 1-8

NOVEMBER 25, 2012 NOVEMBER 24, 2012 No Worship Service


Christ the King Sunday

Sermon: Soar on Wings Like Eagles Rev. Fred Young Scripture: Psalm 46: 1-4, 10A; Isaiah 40: 21-31

November 2012
FROM THE PASTORS DESK Dear Brothers and Sisters, Members and Friends of the Hill United Presbyterian Church: As we come to the conclusion of our 2013 FirstFruits Stewardship Emphasis, I am grateful to God for you and I am grateful to you for Your stewardship support of the ministry and mission of the Hill Church. As we come to the Thanksgiving season, we come to realize that everything we are and everything we have is given to us by God through Jesus Christ our time, our health, the creation, relationships, our talents, spiritual gifts and abilities, our money and property, as well as the Gospel. As Christian stewards, we serve God out of love for God and out of gratitude to God. Through the leading of our Lord Jesus, God helps us to use all of our gifts for the building of the Kingdom of God. One time Peter wrote, As each has received a gift, serve one another, as good stewards of Gods varied grace. Paul wrote Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you! Yours for Stewardship and Thanksgiving in Jesus Christ, Pastor Clark Rev. Clark Sawyer WORSHIP ATTENDANCE IN SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER 2012
Saturday 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 07 05 06 08 08 05 05
No worship No worship

Sunday 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 100 118 109 102 117 124 148 128 97

Taking time to worship God through our Lord Jesus reminds us of who we are and Whose we are! The worship of God puts our lives and our life with God in the right perspective. As we gather for worship, study, fellowship, service and outreach, come and be with us, bringing and inviting loved ones, friends and neighbors to join you, join us and join God. Thank-you very much.

SESSION HIGHLIGHTS OCTOBER 8, 2012


BIBLE READING FOR NOVEMBER
Morning
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Jer. 24, 25, 26 Jer. 27, 28, 29 Jer. 30, 31 Jer. 32, 33 Jer. 34, 35, 36 Jer. 37, 38, 39 Jer. 40, 41, 42 Jer. 43, 44, 45 Jer. 46, 47 Jer. 48, 49 Jer. 50 Jer. 51, 52 Lam. 1, 2 Lam. 3, 4, 5 Ezek. 1, 2 Ezek. 3, 4 Ezek. 5, 6, 7 Ezek. 8, 9, 10 Ezek. 11, 12, 13 Ezek. 14, 15 Ezek. 16, 17 Ezek. 18, 19 Ezek. 20, 21 Ezek. 22, 23 Ezek. 24, 25, 26 Ezek. 27, 28, 29 Ezek. 30, 31, 32 Ezek. 33, 34 Ezek. 35, 36 Ezek. 37, 37, 39

Evening
Titus 2 Titus 3 Philemon Heb. 1 Heb. 2 Heb. 3 Heb. 4 Heb. 5 Heb. 6 Heb. 7 Heb. 8 Heb. 9 Heb. 10: 1-18 Heb. 10: 19-39 Heb. 11: 1-19 Heb. 11: 20-40 Heb. 12 Heb. 13 Jas. 1 Jas. 2 Jas. 3 Jas. 4 Jas. 5 I. Pet. 1 I. Pet. 2 I. Pet. 3 I. Pet. 4 I. Pet. 5 II. Pet. 1 II. Pet. 2

It was with joy that the Session received two new members of Hill Church by Reaffirmation of Faith: Lonnie Kuzia and Lynda Rysiewicz. We pray Gods blessing on Lonnie and Lynda as they join the Hill Family of Faith. Also, two Baptismal motions were presented by Worship and Discipleship: 1. To approve the baptism of Mason McElhaney, son of Michael and Tricia McElhaney, on October 14, 2012. 2. To approve the baptism of Hallie Fagan, daughter of Michael and Rachel Fagan, at a date to be determined. It was also with joy that both of these motions were approved by Session. Clark Sawyer Moderator

CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH YOUR CHURCH FAMILY


Please join your church family at the annual Christmas dinner on December 9th at 6:00 P.M. in the Fellowship Hall. Following the dinner, the Hill Church Instrumental Ensemble will lead us in singing Christmas carols. Look for more information and a reservation form in Church bulletins this month. Please reserve the date and plan to celebrate with us this holiday season (along with a special visitor!)

CHRISTMAS POINSETTIAS
Dont forget to order your Christmas poinsettia this year! Order forms will be available on the Deacons table in mid-November. The greenhouse requires our that our entire order to be placed by December 10th, so December 9th will be the last Sunday to turn in your order form. Poinsettias are still $8.00 each, and will be ordered from Gumto Greenhouses this year.

RECEIVING YOUR NEWSLETTER VIA EMAIL


Did you know that if the Church went to a mostly electronic format for the Church newsletter, we would save over $1000.00 per year in costs over $500.00 in postage, and $550 in paper, labels, ink and per copy costs. There is also this to consider: 1 carton (10 reams) of 100% virgin copier paper uses 60% of one tree 1 tree makes 16.67 reams of copy paper or 8,333.3 sheets 1 ream (500 sheets) uses 6% of a tree (and those add up quickly!) The newsletter currently uses 4-5 reams of paper per month. Therefore, it uses 24-30% of one tree per month. Three to four trees per year could be saved no recycling needed! Another great benefit to receiving your newsletter electronically is that you always know where to find it! And if you wish, you can print out multiple copies, or just one page (such as the calendar or the volunteer schedule). If you have an email address, please consider receiving your newsletter this way. If for some reason you are having issues with your email, the Church newsletter is also posted on the Church website every month and is available from any computer. Even if you received your newsletter in the mail this month, please look at it on the website and consider if you prefer to read it in full color on your computer. If you do, send an email to: newsletter.hillup@zoominternet.net or call the office and request to receive it this way. An email request is best because it instantly provides the correct email address to the newsletter mailbox. ~Jennifer Gilliland, Office Secretary

FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Receipts and Disbursements Nine Months Ended September 30, 2012 Variance Favorable (Unfavorable)

Actual Envelope Offerings Other Offerings & Receipts Total Receipts

Budget

Receipts $172,210 88,972 261,182 $155,935 95,997 251,932 $ 16,275 (7,025) 9,250

Disbursements
Personnel Buildings & Grounds Office Operations Capital Improvements Stewardship Mission Support Christian Education Nurture Worship Discipleship Total Disbursements Net of Receipts over Disbursements

151,295 24,730 6,008 0 11,763 19,389 10,254 1,432 8,234 26,478 259,583 1,599

152,429 29,872 7,688 0 9,308 15,547 16,538 4,350 7,725 8,475 251,932 -0-

1,134 5,142 1,680 0 (2,455) (3,842) 6,284 2,918 (509) (18,003) (7,651) 1,599

Fund Balance September 30, 2012

Unrestricted (Deficit) Designated Total General Fund

$(26,557) 14,993 (11,564)

You may help the work of the Lord and your Hill family of faith by staying current on the payment of your tithes and offerings. Our ministries, programs and mission commitments go on throughout the year regardless of the season.

FIRST FRUITS GIVING


By now, members of the Hill Church family of faith should have received our 2013 stewardship letter and pledge form. Our 2013 stewardship lesson comes from Proverbs 3:9 and reads: Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops. It is a lesson that challenges us to honor God by giving Him the best, the first fruits of our time, talent and treasure. As in past years our stewardship emphasis time started with leadership giving by members of the Session and Board of Deacons. Our church leaders pledged a total of $74,804.00 to support the ministries and programs of Hill Church for 2013. And as of October 30, additional pledges totaling $68,614.00 have been received from other members of our Hill Church family of faith, making our pledge total $143,418.00 for 2013. If you have not already done so, please prayerfully consider how you can support the work of Hill Church through the sharing of your time, talent and treasure. Once you have decided how to support the mission and ministries of Hill Church, please complete the pledge form that came with your stewardship message and return it in the envelope provided. You may return your pledge form by mailing it to the church office or placing it in the offering plate during worship. If you have misplaced your stewardship letter and pledge form please contact Jennifer at the church office and another one will be sent to you. During the next two months, the Session will continue our stewardship emphasis and prepare the 2013 Hill Church budget. We are hopeful that even in these tough economic times our family of faith will continue to share their time, cont... talent and treasure for the building and uplifting of Gods kingdom now and in the future. Thank you for honoring God with your support of the ministries and mission of Hill Church. Your generosity is deeply appreciated. The Stewardship and Mission Support Committee

The woodpeckers might have to go!

PLEASE HELP THE CHURCH BY RECYCLING YOUR BULLETIN INSERTS! Simply place the inserts that you do not need in the box beside the food barrel in the Overflow area after worship. Many inserts can be reused from week to week.

HILL CHURCH CHRISTMAS MUSICAL DUDE, YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? All children are welcome and encouraged to participate! Note that there are three rehearsals that everyone must attend. There may be additional rehearsals that you must attend according to your assigned part, but you will not have to attend every rehearsal. Forms are available at the Church and due to Kathy by November 2nd. The rehearsal schedule is as follows: Wednesday, Nov. 7 5:30 7:00 P.M. ALL MUST ATTEND

You will receive scripts, a CD of songs, and learn group musical numbers Wednesday, Nov. 14 Wednesday, Nov. 28 Saturday, Dec. 1 Wednesday, Dec. 5 Sunday, Dec. 9 Wednesday, Dec. 12 Saturday, Dec. 15 Sunday, Dec. 16 5:30 - 7:00 P.M. 5:30 7:00 P.M. 10:00 A.M.Noon 5:30 7:00 P.M. Noon2:00 P.M. 5:30 7:00 P.M. ALL MUST ATTEND

10:00 A.M.Noon DRESS REHEARSAL -ALL MUST ATTEND 5:30 Actors Report (eat at home) 7:00 MUSICALinvite friends and family!!!

SENIOR NIGHT OUT


If you are age 50 or older, dont miss our November Senior Night Out dinner on Monday, November 19 at 5:30 P.M. Fellowship, fun, and a delicious catered dinner await you! Reservation forms will be inserted in your Church bulletins, or you call contact the Church office if you would like to make a reservation that way. Rides are available if you need one.

THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING AT AMAZON.COM THROUGH THE CHURCH WEBSITE!


Elder Tom Graham recently emailed the office to let us know that $331.23 will be deposited into the Church bank account by Amazon.com. This is money collected through their affiliate marketing program. You can add to this fund by clicking through the Church website to make your Amazon.com purchases. The Church receives a percentage of every purchase that you make. Just visit hillup.org and click on the Amazon icon. The icon can be seen on the right hand side when you click on the Church News tab at the top. No other action is needed on your part. If you are planning on shopping on Amazon this holiday season or anytime, please remember to do this, and tell friends and family, too!

Next Newsletter Deadline is November 15th

HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF EFFORTS


As of this writing, the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy on the east coast is still being assessed, and the damage and death toll continues to rise. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance will be collecting offerings to help the victims of the storm. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities affected by crises and catastrophic events such as Hurricane Sandy. If you would like to make a special donation to help the efforts of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to aid those impacted by the storm, you can do so by writing PDA-Sandy in the memo section of your check, or on your offering envelope.

HARVEST HOME 2012


It is that time of year when the Deacons will be collecting food for the community for the Thanksgiving season. The food will be distributed through Covenant Cupboard in time for the November holiday. For three weeks food will be collected in the southeast corner of the sanctuary near the organ. The following are suggestions of food items by weeksthough it's not a strict guideline, just a suggestion. It is the Deacons hope that our congregation will continue to be generous in bringing in food items and/or money donations to support our Harvest Home Project, and as a result, benefit Covenant Cupboard. October 27-28: Canned and jarred foods; vegetables, fruits, soup, jelly, spaghetti sauce, tuna, salmon, peanut butter, beef stew, pumpkin. November 3-4: Boxed and bagged food; flour, sugar, mac and cheese, pancake mix, cereals, rice, cake mixes, pie mixes, crackers. November 10-11: Three-pound bags of apples and five pound bags of potatoes which require the least cold storage time. Other fresh vegetables and fruits cannot be collected due to the lack of cold storage areas.

2013 ESTIMATE OF GIVING CARD*


I want to help support the work of my church. I estimate that during the next year I will give my church:
$________ per week, or $ ________per month, or $________per year

NAME _____________________________________ ADDRESS___________________________________


*I understand that this giving estimate may be raised or lowered anytime simply by calling the church office.

HYC TO HOST LUNCHEON FOR THE BUTLER SYMPHONY HOUSE TOUR


The Hill Youth Chorale is once again hosting the luncheon for the Butler Symphony House Tour. It will be held on Saturday, November 17th at the Faith Presbyterian Church (on Route 8 just south of Clearview Mall). We are asking for your helpyou can help in a number of ways. Everyone likes homemade soup and we would appreciate your help with making the soup. On the Deacons table are recipes for stuffed pepper soup and broccoli cheese soup. Both recipes are pretty simple but very good. If you would like to make soup, please sign your name on the list in the overflow area and take the recipe for which ever one you would like to make. As before, we will be buying wedding soup and would appreciate a donation of $20.00 if you would rather do that than make soup. You can also help by taking the Butler Symphony House tour and/or coming to Faith Church for lunch that day between 11am-2pm. Will we have soup, salad, beverages, and, of course, amazing entertainment! All this for a donation of $5.00! So please come and ask your friends and family to join you! Thanks so much for your help. The young people will be working hard to make this a special event and we appreciate any help that you are able to give them!

GHANA MISSION TASK FORCE REPORT


We as the task force are truly grateful to the congregation members and friends who contributed to the scholarship fund for young Ghanaian women of the Bubiashie District churches. Individuals, as well as groups such as MOMs, the Womens Association, and Kids Club, contributed enough so that we could transmit nearly $6270 to the Bubiashie scholarship committee. Bernard Daddy, the chairperson, expressed heartfelt gratitude for our caring. A very special appreciation goes to Lyn Goehring, our church treasurer, for her diligence in transmitting these funds. There was a snafu with Western Union when it was discovered that their corporate rules had changed and we were not able to make the transmission as originally planned. Lyn then back tracked and went through PNC Bank and was able to close the deal with a smaller service fee and thus more money for scholarships. This scholarship project is ongoing, so please plan to keep our efforts in mind. Some folks found a very easy way to personally save money just by putting aside $1 per day. Others tossed coins in a jar at the end of the day and periodically counted them up and wrote a check for the scholarship fund. Bernard Daddy will be requesting that the scholarship awardees communicate so that we can learn about them. The Task Force will keep you informed. Christmas greetings will again be sent to the Bubiashie District. Be watching for the cards to be set out on the first three weekends in November. We invite each of you to join us in wishing our Ghanaian friends Christmas greetings. Please keep the Bubiashie District churches in your prayers. ~ Jim Ihlenfeld for the Ghana Mission Support Committee

ITS SHOEBOX TIME!


Our Church will once again be collecting filled shoeboxes for girls and boys for Operation Christmas Child. We will have more information in an upcoming Church bulletin insert about ideas for filling the shoeboxes with goodies for needy children, or you can visit the Operation Christmas child website at www.samaritanspurse.org/occ for ideas, boy and girl box labels, and an informative video. All shoe boxes need to be collected on or before November 18th to make sure that the children receive them in time for Christmas. If shopping and filling shoeboxes are not for you, we will also accept monetary donations.

HILL CHURCH FAMILY OF FAITH BIRTH ANNOUCEMENTS


Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Evan Price on the birth of a son, Andrew Roberts, in midOctober. The family resides in Virginia. This being their fourth grandchild, Gwil and Kathy Price are very proud grandparents. Congratulations to Jeffrey and Megan Miller on the birth of their daughter Juliet Susanne at Magee Hospital on October 30, 2012 at 7:52am. Juliet weighed 5lb and 14oz at birth and was 19.5 inches long. Jeff and Megan currently reside in Connecticut, but will soon be moving to 117 Aubrey Drive in Butler. The proud grandparents are Kip and Anne Miller. May God continue to bless these families in every way possible!

LETTER TO INCLUDE IN YOUR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOEBOX Christmas is about sharing the gift of God's Son, Jesus Christ, with the world. Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to poor children around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the Good News of Gods love. You can share Gods love with needy children in Honduras, Kosovo, or another country by participating with other members of our church. You can start by filling out and coloring the enclosed letter to put in the shoebox. Also consider if you want your shoebox to go to a boy or girl and what age group for which you would like to buy. Wrap the lid and the bottom of your shoebox in colorful Christmas paper, and look for a brochure in church or visit the website www.samaritanspurse.org/occ for gift ideas to fill your box. Don't forget to bring your shoe box gift to church on or before November 18th, 2012. What a perfect gift to give in honor of Jesus' birthday!

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VOLUNTEERS for NOVEMBER 2012 SUNDAY


USHER TEAM GREETERS BEFORE GREETERS AFTER (DEACONS) COUNTING ELDERS NURSERY ACOLYTE COFFEE HOUR

NOV 4

Ladies Team

Volunteer Needed

NOV 11

Bob Scotts Team

Bea Welch

Karen Shultz Judy Birch Susan Catanzarito Patti Donaldson Pam Lentz

Peter McElhaney Dennis Hawk Bob Kennedy Bill Ellis Kelly Provident Diane Olenic Louise Evans Jack Barkley

Carol Gadsby

Ruby Waggoner

Stewardship Committee

Lois Minich

Aiden Wach

Denny Hawk

NOV 18

Junior Team

Anne McCaw

David McCrea Cheryl Milanovich Morgan Miller

Jim Kamerer

Declan Graham

Deacon Chad Provident

NOV 25

Don Lanes Team

Audrey Nossokoff

Louise Evans

Callie Sweitzer

None Due to Holiday

COMMUNION TEAM Team B NEWSLETTER TEAM in November (for December) Team B (Willing Workers) VAN DRIVER for November ~ JIM KAMERER 724-283-2248 COFFEE HOUR VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Can you help? Volunteers are needed to host the Sunday morning coffee hour. There are many available openings for the coming months. A light snack is all that needs to be provided. If you are willing to host, please sign your name on the coffee hour sign-up sheet on the Deacons table.

PULPIT FLOWERS
NOVEMBER 4 Donated in memory of Bert Knauer by Edna Mae, Scott, Michele, Danielle, Lindsay and Mother NOVEMBER 11 Donated in memory of Elroy and Crystal Beisheim by Richard and Maxine Beisheim NOVEMBER 18 Donated in memory of Jack Street by Carolyn Street NOVEMBER 25 Donated in memory of Ruth Brookhart by Helen Knauer and Family

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Sat

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9:30am - Hill Quilters

Communion 11am - AA Meeting

7:00am - Ghana Task Force @ Eat n Park 9:30am - Willing Workers 3:30pm - New Haven Service 6:30pm - Memorial Handbells 7:30pm - Chancel Choir Communion

6-7pmYouth hand out candy at the Church for Halloween No Sat Worship

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12:00pm - Mens Lunch 5:00pm - Youth Intervention Project Dining Room Closed Drop off baked goods for bake sale tomorrow 7:00pm-Deacons 9:30am - Women's Bible Study 1:30pm - Admin. Comm.

Harvest Home

Election Day Bake Sale for Youth

7:30am Stewardship Meeting

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11am - AA Meeting 6pm - Worship With a Difference

8am - Women @ Panera 5pm - Joybells 5:30pm - Jubilation Ringers 5:30-7pm Christmas Musical Rehearsal 6:30pm - Instrumental Ensemble 6:30pm - Memorial Handbells 7:30pm - Chancel Choir

9:15 - Adult Sun. School 9:15 - JAM Sessions 9:30 - 30 Minutes! 10:30 - Worship 11:30 - Coffee Hour 12:15p - HYC Rehearsal/ Womens Book Club (Pride and Prejudice) 6:30p - Club 56 Veterans Day

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9:30am - Women's Bible Study 4:30pm - CE Meeting

Harvest Home

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9:30am - Willing Workers 10:30pm - Staff Meeting

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6:30pm - Memorial Handbells 7:30pm - Chancel Choir

3:30pm - Set up For Symphony Lunch at Faith Church

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11am - AA

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11:00-2:00pm Symphony Luncheon @Faith Church benefits the HYC

9:15am - Adult Sunday School, Ask the Pastor 9:15am - JAM Sessions 9:30am - 30 Minutes! 10:30am - Worship 11:30am - Coffee Hour 6:00pm - Session Meeting (early due to football game) Operation Christmas Child Boxes Due

8am - Women @ Panera 5pm - Com. Dinner @ St. Andrews 5pm - Joybells 5:30pm - Jubilation Ringers 5:30-7pm Christmas Musical Rehearsal 6:30pm - Instrumental Ensemble

No Sat Worship

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12:00pm - Mens Lunch 3pm - W. Workers 9:15am - Adult Sunday @New Haven School, Ask the Pastor 5:00-7:00pm - Senior 9:15am - JAM Sessions Night Out 9:30am - 30 Minutes! 10:30am - Worship Service 11:30am - Coffee Hour 12:15pm - HYC

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9:30am - Women's Bible Study 1pm - Betsy McCormick Circle 7pm - Lupus Support

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Office Closed

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Office Closed

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No Sat Worship

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11am - AA @ Hill UP

NOVEMBER 2012

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10:30am - Worship Service

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9:30am - Women's Bible Study 6:00pm - Presbytery Meeting

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8am - Women @ Panera 9am - Hanging of the Greens @ Hill Church 1pm - M. L. Boyer Circle 5pm - Joybells 5:30pm - Jubilation Ringers 5:30pm - Christmas Musical Rehearsal 6:30pm - Instrumental Ensemble

6:30pm - Memorial Handbells 7:30pm - Chancel Choir