Absecon Presbyterian Church 

 

 

Good News

September 2008

DOUBLE SERVICES TO BEGIN SEPTEMBER 7

It’s hard to believe, but summer is about over.  Our last summer schedule Sunday will be August 31.  On September 7 we will return to double services – 9:30 and 11:00.  Coffee hour will move back into Madden Hall, and Sunday School will begin that day.  Lions & Lambs and Senior High youth groups will begin September 11 at 4:30 and 6:00 respectively and KFC will have their first session at 11:00 a.m. Sunday, September 14.  The chancel choir begins rehearsing September 11 at 7:00 p.m.

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND RELATED NEWS

Welcome back everyone!  I’d like to thank so many people for their overwhelming support of the Sunday School.  We are set to go for our Rally Day on September 7th with all our teachers, aides, support staff, and sponsors in place.  This is our 4th year working with Seasons of the Spirit curriculum and with our current Sunday School format as well.  Many thanks to all who have helped along the way.

A small group of people decided that we should do some fun things that families and friends would like to do in addition to what goes on in our existing youth programs….so on September 14th all families and friends are welcome to come out to our 1st Annual Scavenger Hunt and Campfire to be held on the field behind the manse at 7 pm.  We will have a sign up sheet so we have an idea of how many items we may need to account for in the scavenger hunt and how many graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars we will need for our S’mores.  Please come, one and all.  Bring any and all friends.

Highlights and Up Coming Events

 

I look forward to working with you in the year ahead.  We’ll be looking over potential Christmas plays in the very near future.  Things may seem quiet now, but once things get started we’ll be a bee hive of activity.  I can’t wait!

In Christ’s love always,
Priscilla

SENIOR YOUTH GROUP

We are starting up Sept. 11th 6-8p.m.  Here are just a few of the activities we will be doing:

We will also be learning basic car care from Jack, and Mrs. Stebbins will be teaching us how to prepare for job interviews.

There will also be fundraisers and mission work.  We have dinner about 6 p.m. and Jack does a great job with Bible lessons and games from 7-8 p.m.  We ask that everyone sign up to prepare dinner for the group at least 3 times through the year.  (This depends on how many teens are signed up.)  If you have any questions or would like to help out in any way please call me @ 926-8440.  We are looking for someone to teach us simple sewing techniques i.e. sewing buttons back on, repairing hems etc.  We are also looking for someone to teach us some basic cooking skills. 

Thanks and hope to see you there!!!!!!!!!
Karen Muldoon

 

MONDAY BIBLE STUDY BEGINS SEPTEMBER 8 AT 1:15

The pastor’s Monday Bible study will begin a brand new study in the book of Matthew on September 8 at 1:15 p.m.

Bible study is a key to spiritual growth.  We begin with some prayer requests and prayer.  Then we study the Bible for an hour.  We meet every week unless otherwise announced.

This is a great way to learn God’s word while you become part of a great group of people.  We haven’t met since the first week of June, so now is the time to join.

There is no homework – just show up.  You’ll be glad you did!

 WOMEN'S CIRCLE MEETINGS

After taking the summer off, we will begin our Circle Bible studies with the Old Testament book of Ruth.  Although this is a brief book of Scripture, it contains a wealth of information that speaks to us in our time. 

The book of Ruth is set in the days of the judges.  A family from Bethlehem travels to Moab to escape a famine in Judea.  After ten years the father and both sons die, leaving three widows.  Naomi, the mother, is determined to return home and tells her daughters-in-law to stay in Moab.  One agrees, but Ruth does not, and what appears to be a simple story becomes complicated when we realize this is a narrative about social, gender and personal issues.  Ruth was an outsider, yet she was to become the great-grandmother of King David and is an ancestor of Jesus.  Through Ruth's place in the lineage of Jesus Christ, God's plan for salvation was extended to the world.

By the time you read this the Sarah Circle will have already met.  The Martha Circle will meet at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, September 11, at the home of Ida Juhrs.  The Ruth Circle will meet at the home of Betsy Cunius at 1:30 p.m. Friday, September 12.  All women of the church are encouraged to attend any circle that fits your time schedule.  Please join us for study, fellowship and refreshments.

Parents, please return address information to the office about your college students so the women's circles can send them a care package in October.

 

CARE BOXES
FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

Our women’s circles will be making up care packages for all of our college students.  We need profile information for each of our students so we can be sure to include everyone.  Please return the following information to the church office through the offering plate or email absecon_presby@msn.com as soon as dorm assignments are received.

 

Please print clearly
Student Name: __________________________________

College/University: ______________________________

Mailing Address: ________________________________

_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________

E-mail: ________________________________________

Birthday: _______________________________________

Major: _________________________________________

Projected year of Graduation: ______________________

 

FINDING THE WAY
BACK TO MAYBERRY
By TOM SOOY

     The courthouse is being all spruced up for the return of Mayberry “town meetings.”   Our first get-together of the new season will be on Friday, September 19th in the newly redecorated Madden Hall and using our new kitchen for the first time.    
     Our pot luck supper and screening of an episode of the original Andy Griffith Show takes us back to a simpler time when life was a lot less complicated.  Throughout the season we witness Andy’s selfless attitude and his ability to find in most all situations.  We find Barney who always seems to have good intentions, but his methods usually backfire.  And Gomer seems so naïve (or NAVE as Barney would say), but his compassion toward others is always evident.  It is amazing how much comfort a 24 minute, 40 year old sitcom can bring to our uncertain world today.
         So, for great food, great fellowship and great discussion join us at 6pm on Friday September 19th.
And remember – the door is always unlocked and the lemonade is always cold!

DOUG JABLONSKI MEN’S FELLOWSHIP SEPTEMBER 13

The Doug Jablonski Men’s Fellowship will meet on Saturday, September 13, at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and fellowship.  Come and help us plan for the fall.

Hopefully we can use the new kitchen.  If not, we will find a Plan B.

CHRISTIAN READERS BOOK CLUB WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, AT 7:00 P.M.

We will meet in Cobb Lounge at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 17th, to discuss Home to Harmony by Philip Gulley.  Home to Harmony is a charming novel of a small town with a kindly spirit.  This novel chronicles the humorous world of Quaker pastor, Sam Gardner, in his first year back to his hometown.  Laugh with Sam as he mulls over the proper aluminum gift to give his wife for their tenth anniversary.  Some of the colorful characters we meet are Billy Bundle, the "World's Shortest Evangelist", and Dale Hinshaw, the narrow-minded church elder who "knew just Scripture to be annoying, but not enough to be transformed."  This is an easy book to read as each chapter is complete in itself.

If you enjoy reading, join us to hear about this book and find out about the selection for November.

PASTOR OFFERS 6 WEEK COURSE “CHRISTIANITY AND OTHER FAITHS” SEPT. 21

I’ve never thought it necessary to offer a course on Christianity and Other Faiths, but the Christian America that spawned groups like the “Moral Majority” and “Focus on the Family” is now challenged by new faiths that have their own groups that do the same thing.  Sister Jean has to deal with Muslims who won’t eat pork, and if you want a motel room you will probably have to deal with someone of another tradition.  Disney World and casinos no longer put Bibles in rooms or acknowledge any religions because their audience is truly diverse.

This is the new reality, so our children will have to adjust.  The question is, can we adults?  The Gallop Poll found recently that a majority of Christians (including evangelicals) do not believe that Christianity is the only “true” religion.  If we are moving toward a world that sees truth in all religions, then it truly is time to discover what that truth is about.

This course will be easy.  We will meet on Sunday nights at 7:00 p.m. in Cobb Lounge for six weeks.  There will be a 15 minute video to begin giving basic information about the religion of the week, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, and Christianity.  Then we will have an open discussion for 30 minutes. 

The operative word for these session is “respect”.  We are not to judge, condemn or make disparaging comments.  Other faiths are here to stay, so let’s try and understand.  Remember that in other houses of worship they are having similar discussions to try and understand Christians.

See Pastor or Gerry Reedell to sign up.  There is no fee, just come to class on September 21.

AUGUST THANK YOUS

 

NEWS FROM THE WORSHIP COMMITTEE

Wow, what a summer.  We had some wonderful guest speakers – Rev. Dick Ollinger, and our own team of Tom Sooy and Tina Brown.  We also had some beautiful musical guests – The Season Singers, Sharon Neff, Terri Villegas, Jim Commander, Tom Sooy, The Doug Jablonski Men's Fellowship Chorus, Chuck Porter and Jan Cobb, and Gay Channell.  Thank you all very much for sharing your talents with us.  It was wonderful.  We can not thank you enough!!!

Our meeting will be August 26th to get things lined up for the fall and winter.  If you have any comments or questions please feel free to call me @ 926-8440 or email karen3072comcast.net.
 
Karen Muldoon

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 21

Church membership is a privilege and a responsibility.  God calls us to be part of His body, which is the church.

Membership is also a chance to make new friends, be a part of what is going on, and finding out where you might fit in.

Joining church is not difficult, but there is a process.  There are three classes at 4:00 p.m. on September 21, 28 and October 5.  They will each be about an hour long.  Childcare is provided if you let us know ahead of time.

On October 14th the session will formally receive you as a member, and on October 19th we will introduce you to the congregation.  Times are negotiable.

We would really love to have you!  Please pray about this.  Joining church may be one of the most meaningful things you will ever do.  Call the office or the pastor (641-3759), or just come to class!

FROM THE CHOIR LOFT………………..by TOM SOOY

     It is said that for something to become a habit you have to do it for six to eight weeks.  One habit that is worth developing is a joy for life as a Christian.  Music is one of God’s great creations to remind us of our call to live a joy-filled life.

     I am asking you to join others at Absecon Presbyterian Church in sharing your gifts and talents in our Music Ministry.  This year we have great opportunities to help repeat the sounding joy.

     SANCTUARY CHOIR - rehearses Thursdays at 7:00pm, in of all places, the Sanctuary! 

     CHIMES CHOIRS – This group for our young people will rehearse for short periods before repeating the sounding joy in worship.

          So, this year, let music and the arts fill you until your spirits are in the “habit” of joy!  We all will learn to repeat our praise and worship God together.

    Come and join us, for our first rehearsal on Thursday, September 11th, as we “repeat the sounding joy” and show the goodness and greatness of God though our music and talents.

UNTIL NEXT TIME………..SEE YOU IN THE CHOIR LOFT!

                    Tom

ONE OF OUR URNS IS MISSING

Our Worship Committee reports that one of our brass flower urns has been misplaced.  If you have seen or know the whereabouts of it please call the church office. 

 

M & E WELCOMES FALL

In the coming month, our committee will be planning for the annual Church World Service CROP Walk in October and hope to recruit many walkers.  Last year we had the largest group among the participating churches, thanks to our Senior High group!  It’s a great way to spend a fall day walking through Absecon’s Heritage Park and helping to fight world hunger at the same time.  This year’s theme is “We walk because they walk!”  A huge percentage of people in our world must walk, barefooted, for miles, just to get water for their family.  Try it sometime. Walk to Shop Rite barefooted, and carry home 4 or more gallons of water. Try it on a day when it’s very hot outside and no stopping at friends for a glass of lemonade!  Water is a commodity in many parts of the world and CWS strives to change that through the drilling of wells and educating people how to bring water to their village through irrigation systems. The CROP walk, which began over 60 years ago, continues to address these needs as churches throughout our country join hands this one Sunday, with one goal in mind: To make a difference!  More on this and the date will be announced later.

We will also be addressing how we can best help those in the flooded areas of the Midwest at our next meeting on September 8th in Cobb Lounge.

In His Service,
Alice Smith, M & E Chair

SISTER JEAN’S SERVING TO BEGIN SEPTEMBER 11

Two times a month, the second and fourth Thursdays, our church serves lunch at Sister Jean’s.  This is a great opportunity to do mission in our own backyard.  We meet at the church at noon and return by 2:30.  We put food on plates and help serve bread, desserts, etc. in the dining room. 

If you have been thinking of a way to serve Christ in mission, this may be for you.  Try it.  If you find it’s not your thing, there is no pressure to come back.

Meet at the church at noon on Thursday, September 11.

FRIENDS OF JEAN WEBSTER, INC. FUNDRAISER AT FLYING CLOUD SEPTEMBER 24

The Friends of Jean Webster, Inc. will be holding a fundraiser at the Flying Cloud Restaurant at 6:00 p.m. September 24th.  The cost is $30 per person and includes a buffet dinner, donated by Ross and Maryann Constantino.  Please call the church office for ticket information.
                                      
Thanks to Sandy Shinsato for organizing the Surf Game on July 25th and to Gayle Ackerman for organizing the Dinner Cruise on August 6th.  There were approximately 34 in attendance at the game and 25 people at the Dinner Cruise, and everyone who went really seemed to enjoy themselves.

Saturday, September 27th, is the Yard Sale which is being held in conjunction with Absecon Days.  Last year the weather was perfect so let's pray that we have good weather again!!  This year there will be no nearly new table, but anyone who is interested in purchasing a table to sell their wares can contact Priscilla Schultheis at 641-4877.  Breakfast and lunch will be served during the day, so anyone who is interested in helping out during the day can sign up on the sheet on the board in the foyer or contact Kris Jenoriki at 748-1214.

Saturday, October 18th, will be the first dinner for our church members cooked in the new kitchen.  The menu will be pork and sauerkraut, mashed potatoes and make your own sundaes.  Tom Sooy will provide some light entertainment.  A sign up sheet will be on the board in the foyer in mid-September for anyone who is interested in attending.  Adults are $5, children 6-12 are $3 and children under 6 are free.  Sign-ups will be final as of October 12th so make sure to check the board.

We will again have a cranberry sale in early November.  The date will be announced in the next Good News depending on how the cranberry season is going.

Mark your calendar for Saturday, December 13th, as the American Boy Choir will be here for their Christmas concert.  Dinner will be served from 5-6:30 and the menu will be meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, salad, and dessert.  Tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.  More details will be announced at a later date.

The next meeting of the Fellowship Committee will be Monday, November 3rd, at 7 pm in Cobb Lounge.

Serving you through Christ,
Kris Jenoriki

SUNDAY BREAKFAST ON HOLD UNTIL KITCHEN IS COMPLETED

While the kitchen is nearing completion, please be advised it will not be ready for breakfasts on September 7.  Plumbing fixtures are still on back order.  We will keep you posted.

DOUG JABLONSKI MEN’S FELLOWSHIP SEPTEMBER 13

The Doug Jablonski Men’s Fellowship will meet on Saturday, September 13, at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and fellowship.  Come and help us plan for the fall.

Hopefully we can use the new kitchen.  If not, we will find a Plan B.

THE PRIME - TIMERS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

The Prime-Timers kick off a new season with a special event.  We will travel up to Beach Haven for lunch at the Bayberry Inn, followed by a musical show at the Surflight Theatre.  Only 29 seats were available to us, and people signed up for them the day they were announced.  The play, Swingtime Canteen,takes place in England during World War II and features the music of that era.  Please meet at the church at 10:15 and we will carpool to Beach Haven.

EVERGREENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 12:00 NOON

Well, it's sad to see summer on the wane.  It was good to see so many of you at the picnic at "Dave's Picnic Park" - we certainly enjoyed that afternoon.  I've been busy lining up programs for this coming season, and I hope to see lots of you at our meetings.  The program for our September meeting will be of much interest.  Ms Ann Burns, from the Absecon Blind Center, will be our special guest and speaker.  She will be visiting with her constant companion - her seeing-eye dog.  Please join us for an informative and interesting few hours.  Bring your sandwich - beverage and dessert served as usual.

LUNCH BUNCH TO GILCHRIST’S OFFSHORE SEPT. 17

Lunch Bunch will travel to Gilchrist’s Offshore Café on Wednesday, September 17th.  Meet at the church at 11:30 or the restaurant at noon.

Sorry for the late date but Prime-Timers have a trip scheduled for September 10.

CHURCH EXPERIENCES VANDALISM AUGUST 26

Once again our church has experienced problems at night.  This time they knocked over the bird bath, broke the lights on our church sign and put the church garden hose in the van’s gas tank, turned on the water, and left.  Elaine Risley found the water running and called the police.  We will have to drain, remove, and clean the gas tank.

We regret to have to report more damage (last month nine tombstones were knocked over), but this is our reality and you should be informed.

The Trustees will meet September 16th to consider increased security, including outside cameras.  We have changed the outside lighting times to stay on all night.  Lights were going off at 1:00 a.m.

If you see anything suspicious around the church, please contact the Absecon Police.

A NEW BABY!

Louisa Ann Saindon born Aug. 15 – daughter of Mark and Cynthia Saindon, granddaughter of Jerry and Joanie Hoenes.  Congratulations!
JAN BAKER FEATURED IN JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE NEWSLETTER

Our own Jan Baker was interviewed for the lead article in the Summer 2008 issue of the Jane Goodall Institute’s newsletter, Circle of Hope.  In it some of Jan’s own accomplishments are highlighted such as having her own radio show, receiving the Humanitarian award for her 50 mile walk for cancer, dining with Frank Sinatra and others at the ASCAP meeting at the Waldorf Astoria, etc.  Jan also expresses the importance of having compassion and caring for all of God’s creatures and encourages setting up a bequest to the Jane Goodall Institute through a will, living trust or gift annuity. 

Please contact Jan Baker at 484-9384 if you are interested in more information on the JGI. 

CORRECTION

Winners of the Atlantic County Senior Citizens Art Show on Garden Pier from our church were as follows:
            Jill Williamson – 1st prize for her water color & pen and ink work, Batsto in Spring
            Ruth Bird – 1st prize for her drawing, Old Man
            Nancy Swank – 3rd prize for her acrylic piece, Potted Weasel

In addition, Ruth’s drawing has been forwarded to the New Jersey State competition.  In addition, Ruth’s drawing has been forwarded to the New Jersey State competition.  Congratulations to all!

 

Do we have your email address?  If not, email the church office (absecon_presby@msn.com) and ask to be added to our list of contacts to get weekly updates, announcements and information.  You don’t know what you’re missing!  

 

Remember, Deadlines are Important!

“Good Morning” (Sunday bulletin announcements) – Noon Thursday
“The Presby Post” (That Friday email thing) – 9:00 a.m. Friday
“Good News” (Monthly newsletter) – 9:00 a.m. 4th Monday of the month

Articles and information should be in writing and emailed or left (photo ready preferred) in the office.  Please keep in mind it may be necessary to edit due to space or other limitations.

GREETERS

7     9:30 Ruth Champion
     11:00 Grace Gras
14   9:30 Mae Sterling
     11:00 Joanna Howell
21   9:30 Harry & Jill Williamson
     11:00 Ruth Eberhard
28   9:30 Elaine Risley
     11:00 Frank & Marge Loeb

LAY ASSISTANTS

7     9:30 Louise Speitel
     11:00 Louise Speitel
14   9:30 Gayle Ackerman
     11:00 Tina Brown
21   9:30
     11:00
28   9:30
     11:00 Alice Smith

HEAD USHERS

7     9:30 Bob & Irene Hunter
     11:00 Betty Lloyd & Mary Bew
14   9:30 Bob & Elaine Wilkenloh
     11:00 Paul & Marjorie Hamer
21   9:30 Carol Thomas & Elaine Risley
     11:00 Jerry & Joanie Hoenes
28   9:30 Bob Hudak & Joe Marshall
     11:00 Betty Lloyd & Mary Bew

COLLECTION

7   Jan & Carol Jorgensen
14 Bill & Ginny Davenport
21 Melvin & Ethel Washington
28 Richard & Doris Wood

DEACONS GUEST BOOK

7     9:30 Barbara Morgan
     11:00 Jean Delesantro
14   9:30 Carol Kleiner
     11:00 Jean Delesantro
21   9:30 Carol Thomas
     11:00 Jean Delesantro
28   9:30 Pat Hudak
     11:00 Jean Delesantro

NURSERY

7   Jennifer Platt
14 Kira Greenlee
21 Dawn Lewis
28 Alice Malfi

REFRESHMENT HOSTS

7   Shirley Smith
     (open)
14 Toshie Legg
     Elaine Wilkenloh
21 Louise Speitel
     Kris Jenoriki
28 Sheila Mazzatta
     Robbie Krause

 

DOING LIFE ON STAND-BY OR FASTPASS

I solemnly urge you: proclaim the message; be persistent whether the time is favorable or unfavorable; convince, rebuke, and encourage, with the utmost patience in teaching...do the work of an evangelist, carry out your ministry fully. ~ 2 Timothy 4:2, 5b

I never cease to be amazed at what I see in Disney World.  Every day half a million people enter an assortment of theme parks and amusements to invest their vacation money.  By lunch time they are either into it or disheartened.  The disheartened ones are sitting on benches, looking at maps and trying to quiet children in distress.  Some will spend much of the day shopping, eating, or wandering around.  Others will leave early.

But those who are “into it” build energy as the day goes on.  Their laughter and voices just keep getting louder.  Instead of being disheartened, they build synergy – that wonderful quality of group spirit that feeds on the joy of everybody in the group.  The fireworks and parade at the end of the day are just the icing on a great experience.

I’m always amazed at which people fit into each group.  Sometimes those in wheel chairs or are battling disabilities are doing the best, while families in perfect health are sitting around waiting for somebody to tell them what to do.  Disney organizes these two groups in the way they handle the long lines.  On the big attractions there are two lines – “Stand-by” or “FastPass”.  If you wander up to the attraction and get in stand-by you can get in line at any time, and the sign over the line will tell you how long you will wait – sometimes over an hour.  But if you come early and get a “FastPass” you can return at the allotted time and get on in minutes.  Those who have the foresight to get FastPasses will end up doing twice as much as those who go stand-by.  When the day is over they can rejoice at all they did.

When I get on an attraction like Space Mountain or Splash Mountain and the stand-by line is a quarter of a mile long I wonder why everybody doesn’t use FastPass (we always do).

The difference seems to be a basic personality difference.  Some people are planners and organizers.  To FastPass your day you not only have to get the FastPasses in a timely way, you need to plan your day to be near the attraction when the FastPass comes due.  To have a profitable day you need to plan it all.  Planners don’t start at the front of the part – they walk to the back and work toward the entrance opposite the flow of the crowd.  Planners know where and when the shows are, where and when they will eat, and even where the rest rooms are.  Their day is an interesting mix of being at the right place at the right time to do the things they want to do.  They get their money’s worth for the $75 admission fee.

The rest leave with some regrets and complain about long lines, no directions and feeling overwhelmed.

So you would think the majority plan a FastPass day, wouldn’t you?  WRONG.  Judging by the lines and aimless wandering, it’s clear the majority go stand-by.  They go on the attractions they “feel like” going on (so they are always bickering as to who wants what), and they eat meals at odd times and leave complaining that next time they will skip the Hall of Presidents.  I suppose if you asked them why they didn’t plan better they would say they are on vacation and planning is like work.  Maybe they think Disney World is not about what you do, it’s just about “being there”.  Whatever, it’s good for those of us who plan that so many don’t bother.  After all, if everybody planned their day and got a FastPass, the system would not work because everybody would expect to get on right away.  It’s only the relatively few of us who can get on without waiting.  That’s the reward of planning.

Sad to say, most people treat church as a “stand-by” activity.  We show up without a plan, and we sort of expect somebody to tell us what to do.  Maybe we think church is just about “being there”.  Maybe we don’t want to be bothered reading the Good News or planning ahead for trips, worship, congregational events, mission, Bible study, etc.

Churches on the fast track these days are doing a lot of planning.  They study needs, communities, and possibilities.  (That’s why we have a Visioning Team.)  Their members want to grow and plan for discipleship, great events, and an active Christian life.

Stand-by churches, on the other hand, just go through the motions.  They don’t have a plan.  Why bother?  It’s just about “being there” anyway.

But at the end of the day, it’s the former group that is excited, happy and full of synergy.

Fast track churches are the ones God seems to be using.

In spite of tropical storm Fay we had a pretty good vacation.  We stayed on the fast track.  Now that I’m home it’s back to planning.  I want a fast track church.  “Stand-by” churches are dying.

See you in the Fast Track   
 
     

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Mission

Youth Groups

Seniors Groups

Other Groups

Music Program

Staff

The Session

Calendar

The Good News

Presby Post

Christian Links