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Hill United Presbyterian Church 501 Second Street Butler, PA 16001 Phone: 724-287-5427 FAX: 724-287-7468 E-mail: hillup@zoominternet.

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December

2012

Hill united Presbyterian church

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WORSHIP WITH US
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

9:15 A.M.JAM SESSIONS, ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.30 MINUTES! 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 VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.HILLUP.ORG FOR THE CHURCH CALENDER AND OTHER NEWS

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

DECEMBER 2, 2012
1st Sunday in Advent

DECEMBER 1, 2012
Lords Supper by Intinction

Traditional Lords Supper

Sermon: Looking Forward to the Meeting! Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Jeremiah 33: 14-16; Luke 21: 25-36 DECEMBER 8, 2012 No Saturday Worship Service DECEMBER 15, 2012 No Saturday Worship Service DECEMBER 22, 2012 No Saturday Worship Service

Sermon: Looking Forward to the Meeting! Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Jeremiah 33: 14-16; Luke 21: 25-36 DECEMBER 9, 2012
2nd Sunday in Advent

Sermon: Prepare the Way Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Malachi 3: 1- 4; Luke 3: 1- 6 6:00 P.M. - Christmas Dinner with Carol Singing (and a special visit from a well-known celebrity.) DECEMBER 16, 2012
3rd Sunday in Advent

The Hill Church Chancel Choir DECEMBER 24, 2012 CHRISTMAS EVE LIGHT 4:00 P.M.Happy Birthday, Jesus Party Family-Friendly in Fellowship Hall With Carol-singing, a Christmas Story, Candle Lighting and Birthday Cake 7:30 P.M.Musical Preludes 8:00 P.M.Traditional Candle Lighting Service with the Chancel Choir singing, a time with the children, and the Word proclaimed. Sermon: The Gift is Given! Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-7 Luke 2:1-20 DECEMBER 29, 2012 No Saturday Worship Service
Presents

The Advent Cantata Child of Peace Directed by Kathy Sawyer and Tommy Walters Accompanied by Peg McGuirk and Cantata Orchestra 7:00 P.M.Childrens Christmas Musical Dude, You Hear What I Hear? Directed by Morgan Miller and Kathy Sawyer DECEMBER 23, 2012
4th Sunday in Advent Piano Orchestra

Sermon: My Soul Magnifies the Lord Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: Micah 5:2- 5A; Luke 1:39-55 DECEMBER 30, 2012
1st Sunday after Christmas

Sermon: I Must Be in My Fathers House Rev. Clark Sawyer Scripture: II Samuel 2:18-20, 26; Luke 2:41-52

December 2012
FROM THE PASTORS DESK Dear Brothers and Sisters, Members and Friends of The Hill United Presbyterian Church: The abiding and central truth of Christmas is that the Eternal God has come among us in the flesh. Of course, we call this gracious and amazing miracle the Incarnation. We call the Incarnate One, Jesus of Nazareth. According to the Angel of the Lord, as the angel made the birth announcement to the shepherds, the angel said,...I bring you good news of a great joy which will come to all people! The angel then made three great Christian claims about Jesus: He is Savior from sin..., He is Lord of all life; He is Christ the Messiah of all people. As we celebrate Christmas, please remember our Christmas dinner at 6:00 P.M. on December 9, 2012, our Cantata on December 16, 2012 at 10:30 A.M. and our Christmas musical, Dude, You Hear What I Hear? at 7:00 P.M. also on December 16, 2012. December 23, 2012 at the 10:30 A.M. worship, we will have our Piano Orchestra. On Christmas Eve, we will have our Happy Birthday, Jesus service for children and families at 4:00 P.M. followed by the traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight service at 8:00 P.M. with musical preludes at 7:30 P.M. Yours for a Merry Christmas in Our Savior, Lord and Messiah, Jesus, Pastor Clark Rev. Clark T. Sawyer

WORSHIP ATTENDANCE IN OCTOBER and NOVEMBER 2012


Sunday 05 05
No worship No worship No worship

Saturday 10/06 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/03 11/10 11/17 11/24

10/07 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/18 11/25

124 148 128 97 139 100 122 90

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No worship No worship

In this Advent and Christmas season, please invite and bring a friend, a neighbor, a family member or relative to our gatherings for Worship, Study, Fellowship, Service or Outreach. Thank-you very much.

GIFT WRAPPING FOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY


Its time once again to assist Habitat for Humanity in their fund raising effort. Our church is responsible for wrapping packages at the Clearview Mall for the first three Wednesdays in December the 5th, 12th, and the 19th. It would be greatly appreciated if you could sign up for two hours or even one hour on one of those days. There is a sign-up sheet on the deacons table. If you have any questions please call Janet Edinger at 724 -282-7782 or Pat McCafferty at 724-287 -6595. Thank you for your help!

Head Start Happy Holidays


BIBLE READING FOR DECEMBER
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 31 Ezek. 40, 41 Ezek. 42, 43, 44 Ezek. 45, 46 Ezek. 47, 48 Dan. 1, 2 Dan. 3, 4 Dan. 5, 6, 7 Dan. 8, 9, 10 Dan. 11, 12 Hos. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hos. 5, 6, 7, 8 Hos. 9, 10, 11 Hos. 12, 13, 14 Joel 1, 2, 3 Amos 1, 2, 3 Amos 4, 5, 6 Amos 7, 8, 9 Obadiah Jon. 1, 2, 3, 4 Mic. 1, 2, 3 Mic. 4, 5 Mic. 6, 7 Nah. 1, 2, 3 Hab. 1, 2, 3 Zeph. 1, 2, 3 Hag. 1, 2 Zec. 1, 2, 3, 4 Zec. 5, 6, 7, 8 Zec. 9, 10, 11, 12, Zec. 13, 14 Mal. 1, 2, 3, 4

Evening
II Pet. 3 I John 1 I John 2 I John 3 I John 4 I John 5 II John III John Jude Rev. 1 Rev. 2 Rev. 3 Rev. 4 Rev. 5 Rev. 6 Rev. 7 Rev. 8 Rev. 9 Rev. 10 Rev. 11 Rev. 12 Rev. 13 Rev. 14 Rev. 15 Rev. 16 Rev. 17 Rev. 18 Rev. 19 Rev. 20 Rev. 21 Rev. 22

The Deacons are once again sponsoring the Head Start Happy Holidays, and we would appreciate your help. The purpose of this project is to provide one Christmas gift for each of the thirtyfive students in two classes at the Head Start School where Arlene Roth teaches. Head Start is a low-income, federally-funded preschool with sites throughout Butler County. Although the families may be serviced through other community organizations, support is limited this year due to the economy of our region. Heres how you can help: Look for the Christmas tree on the bulletin board in the overflow room of the sanctuary from December 2 through December 16. Remove a gingerbread boy or girl from the tree and buy the present listed there that the child is dreaming of. Gifts are in the $20-$25 range. PLEASE be sure to put your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, and THE NUMBER FOUND ON THE GINGERBREAD MAN on the sign up sheet on the bulletin board in the overflow room. Place the gift in a gift bag (please do not wrap) with the gingerbread tag around the handle of the bag. Return the gift to the church by December 16. Place it on the desk in the Deacons room in the back upstairs hallway. If the door is locked, leave it in the church office. THANK YOU! If you have questions, please contact Arlene at 724 -282-6489 or Sharon Montag, Moderator of Deacons, at 724-285-3231. As always, Deacons appreciate the love you show to our community through your generous donations.

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 Grove City High School Show Choir, directed by Trevor Greenfield will perform, and the Hill Church Instrumental Ensemble, directed by Tommy Walters, will lead us in singing Christmas carols. Reservations are due by December 2nd. Please reserve the date and plan to celebrate with us this holiday season!

SESSION HIGHLIGHTS November 12, 2012


The Session is working on the Ministry and Mission Budget for 2013. The Session also adopted the suggestion of Worship and Discipleship that Hill Church hold the Saturday Evening Service only the first Saturday of the month in order to celebrate the Lords Supper. The time would be from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. in Fellowship Hall. Clark Sawyer, Moderator

CHRISTMAS POINSETTIAS
Dont forget to order your Christmas poinsettia this year! Order forms will be available on the Deacons table in midNovember. The greenhouse requires our that our entire order to be placed by December 10, so December 9th will be the last Sunday to turn in your order.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD


St. Johns Reformed Church reported to the secretary of Hill Church on November 19, 2012 that 29 shoeboxes were reported to be collected from the Hill Church. If you were one of the 29 people that donated a shoebox full of Christmas joy for a needy boy or girl, we thank you!

PROGRAM NEWS
Here is a list of some of our busiest Fall ministry programs and their start-up dates in the Winter and Spring: JAM (Jesus and Me) Sessions meets Sundays through 12/9, then resumes 1/20. Adult Sunday School meets Sundays through 12/9, then resumes 1/20. DELVE 912 resumes Wednesdays 2/63/16. Jump Start 78 resumes selected Fridays beginning 2/1. Club 56 meets selected Sundays, resumes 1/20. Kids Club meets on Wednesdays resuming 2/6-3/16. Mens Lunch resumes on 1/28. Womens Breakfast meets on Wednesday 12/5, then resumes 1/16. Womens Bible Study meets on Tuesdays through 12/4, then resumes on 1/8. Chancel Choir meets on Thursdays through 12/13, then resumes on 1/17. Also performs on Christmas Eve.

KEEP ME WARM CHRISTMAS TREES


The Willing Workers are currently accepting warm winter clothing to display on and around our Keep Me Warm Christmas trees. Mittens, gloves, scarves, caps, sweaters, jackets, coats, and other new or gently used articles are needed. They will be distributed to local organizations. With the economy as it is, we realize that the need is great. The Willing Workers are continually looking for new members. We meet the first and third Thursday morning from 9:30-11:30. Gloria Miller always has something to keep us busy. We invite you to join us in the fellowship we enjoy while we work. We thank the congregation for their help with our projects throughout the year.

SOME YEAR END REMINDERS FROM THE STEWARDSHIP AND MISSION SUPPORT COMMITTEE
The Stewardship and Mission Support Committee wants to thank everyone for sharing their time, talents and treasure throughout 2012 in support of the mission and ministries of Hill Church. As we wrap up the current year and prepare for 2013 we would like to share these helpful tips: December 31 is the deadline for receipt of any offerings to be included in the 2012 financial statements of Hill Church and on the final individual giving statements mailed to our donors. All checks and donations must be dated on or before December 31, 2012 and received in the church office by noon of that date. Boxes of offering envelopes for 2013 will be labeled and set out on tables in the overflow area of the church. You may pick up your box of offering envelopes anytime between December 16 and December 30, 2012. Boxes of envelopes that have not been picked up by December 30th will be mailed. A number of members have asked about the first envelope in the box entitled Initial Offering. Money received through the Initial Offering is used to help offset the cost of purchasing boxes of offering envelopes and if necessary mailing those boxes. Please note that it is likely that your offering envelope number will change each year. Please remember to use your new offering envelopes beginning on Sunday, January 6, 2013 so that Jennifer can properly credit your offering on your giving statements.
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FINANCIAL SUMMARY Receipts and Disbursements


FOR MONTH ENDING OCTOBER 31, 2012

Actual Envelope Offerings Other Offerings & Receipts Total Receipts

Budget

Variance Favorable (Unfavorable)

Receipts
$194,512 $173,261 $21,251

94,068 288,580

106,663 279,924

(12,595) 8,656

Disbursements
Personnel Buildings & Grounds Capital Improvements Office Operations Stewardship Mission Support Christian Education Nurture Worship Discipleship Total Disbursements Net of Receipts over Disbursements 167,586 28,161 0 7,390 11,763 20,326 11,732 1,961 9,654 26,828 285,401 169,365 33,192 0 8,542 10,342 17,275 18,375 4,833 8,583 9,417 279,924 1,779 5,031 0 1,152 (1,421) (3,051) 6,643 2,872 (1,071) (17,411) (5,477)

3,179

3,179

Fund Balance
Unrestricted (Deficit) Designated Total General Fund ($28,241) 18,257 (9,984)

Next Newsletter Deadline is December 15th

The above amounts represent the 2012 financial transactions in the general operating fund. This summary does not include any of the special and endowment funds.

NEWS FROM THE GHANA MISSION TASK FORCE


The task force gives thanks to God for Jennifer Huba, who recently resigned from the group due to returning to teach school. We appreciated her presence and her contribution. If the Spirit would so move you, consider joining this task force. We could use one or two additional members. This recent e-mail note to the task force from Hanson Dzamefe, Catechist at Bethel-Darkumen, and who runs a school in his church said; Hello. Many thanks for your efforts, personally and collectively in assisting young women in further education. This will in no small way build our women to become strong and effective leaders in the church. Extend God's blessing to all donors on our behalf. I shall give you a praise report later. God Bless you.....Hanson Christmas greetings were again sent to the Bubiasihe District. We hope that you took this opportunity to sign the cards and wish our Ghanaian friends Christmas greetings. It was interesting and joyful to recently observe the Kids Club young participants contribute to the Ghana scholarship fund. They put quarters and dollar bills into the basket and were delighted and excited to do so. When asked, they understood the purpose of this mission project. In looking ahead to the 2013 scholarship season, consider doing just what these young people did. It is easy to set aside a dollar each day or to daily dump your pocket or purse coins into a jar or box. After a period of time you will have a sufficient amount gathered in to then write a check to the Hill Church for the scholarship fund. Another thought would be to make a Christmas donation to the fund instead of some material gift for one or more family members or friends. Some contributions have already been sent in. The Task Force appreciates any and all considerations given to assist these young women. Please keep the Bubiashie District churches in your prayers. ~Jim Ihlenfeld for the Mission Task Force

2013 STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN


Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops. Proverbs 3:9 The Stewardship and Mission Support Committee would like to thank the members of the Hill Church family of faith for generously pledging their time, talent and treasure during our 2013 stewardship emphasis. To date Hill Church has received 97 pledges totaling $202,584. 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.

CHANCEL CHOIR CANTATA


Our Chancel Choir and the Hill Youth Chorale will lead our 10:30 A.M. worship on Sunday, December 16, 2012 by presenting the Cantata, Child of Peace. A specially formed orchestra made up of Hill Church instrumentalists, Butler music teachers and Westminster College students, under the direction of Tommy Walters, will join Peg McGuirk to the accompany the Cantata. This ensemble will also provide prelude music prior to the service. Please invite friends, neighbors and relatives to join us for this very special worship service!

A Note of Thanks ~ I want to extend my deepest thanks to my many friends from Hill Church who supported me throughout the year as I battled breast cancer. I am happy to report that all my treatments are complete and my follow-up tests are clean. The cards and notes that you sent me really lifted my spirits as did knowing that I was in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you for your love and support. Pat Brennen

Thanks to everyone who made soup, donated money and helped with the Butler Symphony House Tour Luncheon on Saturday, November 17. The soup was delicious and everyone enjoyed the salad bar. Everything went very well and the music provided by the HYC was a highlight of the noon time lunch. They also did a remarkable job serving the soup and clearing the tables. Everyone commented about the good job they were doing. You should be very proud of them. A special thanks to Kathy Sawyer and Lin and Bill Ellis and Jennifer Gilliland for all their extra work. So many mothers and grandmothers helped in the kitchen and a big thanks to them too. Also thanks to Bill and Tommy Walters for their extra help. It was a great day and this church should be proud to have been a part of making it all happen. Peg McGuirk

November 13, 2012 Dear Rev. Sawyer Thank you for the boatload of food your congregation delivered to Covenant Cupboard yesterday. Not only did your people collect the food, deliver the food, and carry it into the cupboard, they sorted it. The donation of bags of apples and potatoes are especially welcome. We do not have a facility to store such items for extended periods, but we gave out a few yesterday and the rest will be given out on Thursday. The continuing support of Hill Church for Covenant Cupboard over the years is very important. On behalf of the people who receive the food and the volunteers who distribute the foodTHANK YOU! David C. Blewett, Manager

Hill United Presbyterian Church Thank you so very much for your generous donation of $300.00. Habitat not only appreciates your financial support, but also your support with Gift Wrapping, and your faithful prayers. Your church is a blessing to our organization. Habitat for Humanity Butler County

CHRISTMAS JOY OFFERING


Again this year, as we have done for many years, we will have a Christmas Joy Offering. We will forward the offerings collected to the denomination for use by the Board of Pensions for assistance to our retirees and by the Racial Ethnic and Womens Ministries of the General Assembly Council to support Presbyterian racial ethnic education. Collection of the Christmas Joy Offering will be made during worship services conducted in the Advent season, including our Christmas Eve services. Let us give generously in this time of joy and giving. The Christmas Joy Offering is one of five denominational offerings that our Church participates in each year. In 2011, undesignated gifts to the Christmas Joy Offering were distributed equally to the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions and to support student scholarships at the following Presbyterianrelated racial ethnic schools and colleges: Barber-Scotia College, Concord, NC Cook Native American Ministries, Tempe, AZ Knoxville College, Knoxville, TN Menaul School, Albuquerque, NM Presbyterian Pan American School, Kingsville, TX Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, AL In 2011, the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions was able to support the households of active and retired church workers and their families with 291 income supplements, 128 shared grants, 4 emergency assistance grants, and 251 housing supplements. The family of faith at Hill U.P. presented offerings totaling $1,545.00 in 2011. Our offering goal this year is $1,450.00. Celebrate the birth and life of Jesus Christ through participation in this special offering!

SHOPPING ON AMAZON.COM THIS CHRISTMAS?


Four percent (4%) of your purchase will be donated through Amazon to Hill Church if you click to the Amazon website through the Hill Church website. Go to www.hillup.org and click on the Church News tab at the top. Click the link in the bar on the right to take you to Amazon.com, and do your shopping! Thats all there is to it!

HURRICANE SANDY DONATIONS PRESBYTERIAN DISASTER ASSISTANCE is collecting offerings to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. If you would like to make a special donation to help the efforts of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to aid those impacted, you can do so by writing PDA-Sandy in the memo section of your check, or on your offering envelope.

HILL CHURCH CHRISTMAS MUSICAL DUDE, YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16 AT 7:00 P.M.

Rehearsal Schedule is as follows: Saturday, Dec. 1 10:00 A.M.Noon Wednesday, Dec. 5 Sunday, Dec. 9 Wednesday, Dec. 12 Saturday, Dec. 15 Sunday, Dec. 16 5:30 7:00 P.M. Noon2:00 P.M. 5:30 7:00 P.M. 10:00 A.M.Noon MUST ATTEND ALL MUST ATTEND DRESS REHEARSAL -ALL

5:30 Actors Report (eat at home) 7:00 MUSICALeveryone welcome!!!

KIDS CORNER Christmas Joy Offering Word Search

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VOLUNTEERS for DECEMBER 2012 SUNDAY


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

DEC. 2

Ladies Team

Volunteer Needed

Sharon Montag Jack Montag Keith Swank Chad Provident Karen Shultz Judy Birch Susan Catanzarito Patti Donaldson Pam Lentz David McCrea

Ruth Scott Steve Arn Barb Bishop Pat Brennen Nancy Daugherty Anne Miller Louise Evans Peg Dumbaugh Dennis Hawk Mark Huba

Carol Gadsby

Bryce Hawk

Volunteer Needed

DEC. 9

Bob Scotts Team

Bea Welch

Lois Minich

Amy Waggoner

Volunteer Needed

DEC. 16

Don Lanes Team

Anne McCaw

Jim Kamerer

Cantata

Deacons Morgan Miller

DEC. 23

Junior Team

Audrey Nossokoff

Louise Evans

Corah Hawk

The Gilliland Family

DEC. 30

Combined Teams

Shirley Winship

Kerry McElhaney

Ben Huba

None due to Holiday

COMMUNION TEAM Team A NEWSLETTER TEAM in Dec. (for Jan. Newsletter) Team C (Audrey, Bea, Karen, Judy) VAN DRIVER for December ~ CHAD PROVIDENT 724-256-5908

PULPIT FLOWERS
DECEMBER 2 Donated in memory of C.L. and Myrtle Passarelli By Mark and Elma Hall and family DECEMBER 9 Donated by Ruth Scott DECEMBER 16 Donated in honor of Kathy Sawyer, the HYC and the Chancel Choir by John Gilliland III DECEMBER 23 Donated by Chad and Kelly Provident DECEMBER 30 Donated in memory of Sam Cavalero, Jr. by his daughters Patti Donaldson and Cathy Zarnick

PEW GREETERS

Hill Church for many years was known as The Glad Hand Church. The Nurture Committee wants to continue this tradition. Pew Greeters will now welcome visitors, encourage them to sign the guest registry, and invite them to Fellowship Hour on Sunday.
MIDDLE SECTIONBRADY STREET SECTION DEC 2 DEC 9 DEC 16 DEC 23 DEC 30 Sharon Montag 724-285-3231 Nancy Daugherty 724-285-1013 Lois Minich 724-283-1875 Dennis Hawk 724-285-6355 Anne Miller 724-282-2072 PEARL ST. SECTIONOVERFLOW AREA Karen Shultz 724-283-2413 Janet Edinger 724-282-7782 Barb Bishop 724-282-2737 Peg Dumbaugh 724-789-7331 Kim Selfridge 724-285-9017

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Communion 10am-12pm Christmas Musical Reh. 11am - AA Meeting 5pm - Praise Team Rehearsal 6pm - Worship With a Difference

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9:30am - Womens Bible Study followed by Luncheon at Vin n Joes 5pm - Joybells 5:30pmChristmas Musical Rehearsal 5:30pm-Jubilation Ringers 6:30pm-Inst. Ensemble 6:30pm - Memorial Ringers 7:30pm - Chancel Choir 9:30am - Willing Workers 3:30pm - New Haven 8am - Women @ Panera Bread 7pm - Deacon's Meeting

Communion 9:15am - Adult Sunday School 9:15am - JAM Sessions 9:30am - 30 Minutes! 10:30am - Worship 11:30am - Coffee Hour 12:15pm - HYC 12:15pm - Womens Book Club (The Timekeeper)

7:30AM - Stewardship Meeting 9:30am - Hill Quilters

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1pm - Betsy McCormick Circle Luncheon at Rachels Roadhouse 5pm - Community Dinner 5:30 - Christmas Musical Rehearsal 6:45pm - Session Meeting

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7:30pm - Chancel Choir and HYC Rehearsal

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11am - AA Meeting

12pm - Musical Dress Rehearsal 3:30pm - Cantata Dress Rehearsal No Saturday Worship Service

9:15am - Adult Sunday School 9:15am - JAM Sessions 9:30am - 30 Minutes! 10:30am - Worship 11:30am - Coffee Hour 12pm - Christ. Mus. Reh. 4pm - Inst. Ens. 6pm - Christmas Dinner

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10am - Piano Orchestra 11am - AA @ Hill UP No Saturday Worship Service

9:30am - Cantata Musicians Report 10:30am - Worship/ Cantata 11:30am - Coffee Hour 3pm - W. Workers 5:30pm - Actors Report @New Haven 7:00pm - Christmas Musical

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10:30am - Worship 11:30am - Coffee Hour

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Christmas Eve 4pm - Happy Birthday Jesus Party 7:30pm - Musical Preludes 8pm - Christmas Eve Service

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11am - AA @ Hill UP

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No Saturday Worship Service

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10:30am - Worship

December 2012

New Years Eve

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Photo courtesy of Fred Young. Used by permission.