Events

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SEPTEMBER 2017

  • Sunday, September 3 @ 10:30AM: Worship Service. Rev. Craig Vick preaching. Potluck Fellowship after the service, downstairs in the fellowship hall — all are invited.
  • Tuesday, September 5 @ 9:00AM: Classical Conversations homeschool: first day for Challenge A (7th grade) class.
  • Sunday, September 10 @ 10:30AM: Worship and Ordination Service. Rev. Dan McManigal preaching. Installation of Jim Sherwin as Deacon. A special offering for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief will be collected. Potluck Fellowship after the service, downstairs in the fellowship hall — all are invited.
  • Sunday, September 10 @ 6:30PM: Community Bluegrass Jam. *** NOTE: The September jam has been CANCELLED — we will see you all on October 8. More details HERE.
  • Thursday, September 14 @ 7:00PM: White Horse Inn Discussion Group — everyone is invited to join us as we study the Book of Hebrews. For more information, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/WHIDGbellevueWA
  • Sunday, September 17 @ 10:30AM: Worship Service. Rev. Dan McManigal preaching. A special offering for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief will be collected. Potluck Fellowship after the service, downstairs in the fellowship hall — all are invited.
  • Tuesday, September 19 @ 9:00AM: Classical Conversations homeschool: first day for Foundations and Essentials classes.
  • Friday, September 22 – Sunday, September 24: Men’s Retreat with Trinitas Presbyterian Church at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island. An opportunity for fellowship, refreshment, recreation, and spiritual growth. Dr. Bob Stallman from Northwest University will teach on the central role of hospitality in God’s relationship to his people and in our relationship to one another. Register HERE.
  • Sunday, September 24 @ 10:30AM: Worship Service. Rev. Dan McManigal preaching. The second offering is for Hope’s Christian Education Fund. Potluck Fellowship after the service, downstairs in the fellowship hall — all are invited.
  • Tuesday, September 26@ 7:00PM: Small Groups resume their study of Louis Berkhof’s “Systematic Theology”.