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  • FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

    OF HIGHLANDS

    FOOD FOR FUEL……..………..2

    EMPTY BOWLS………..............3 CHURCH HAPPENINGS............4

    SYMPATHIES………………...5 BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES……….....…..6 LECTIONARIES………….…….8

    OCTOBER 2015

    FROM THE PASTORS

    H ere at the beginning of October we have finally received much needed rain! Thanks be to God! A severe drought with as

    much as a 24 inch deficit had afflicted us!

    However, the rains have given us some relief

    from the drought which we all greatly

    appreciate. Another benefit of the rains are

    spectacular waterfalls!

    With the arrival of the rain, though,

    the streams and rivers have swollen. So much

    so that we’ve been under some flood watch

    advisories. I imagine quite a few people have

    crossed bridges with wonder at the rushing of

    water, if not also with a bit of fear!

    The swollen rivers and the crossing of

    bridges reminds me a proverb: “Don’t cross

    the bridge until you come to it.” Literally, that

    statement makes no sense, but as a proverb or

    a metaphor, it does make sense. The words,

    “until you come to it,” is a metaphor that

    directs us to wait before trying to solve or

    overcome a problem. I myself have at times

    advised people, “wait to worry” –who knows

    what will change before the actual event is at

    hand. There is much wisdom in heeding this

    advice not to cross the bridge until you come

    to it. We seldom have much control over

    problems until we actually find ourselves

    facing them.

    Jesus actually counseled such wisdom

    in his Sermon on the Mount. “Therefore, I tell

    you, do not worry about your life, what you

    shall eat or what you shall drink, nor about

    your body, what you shall put on. Is not life

    more than food, and the body more than

    clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they

    neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns,

    and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are

    you not of more value than they? And which

    of you by being anxious can add one cubit to

    his span of life?” Jesus was speaking about

    our tendency to worry, to focus upon our

    fears, forgetting about God’s providence.

    The Heidelberg Catechism asks,

    “What do you understand by the providence

    of God?” The answer is direct: “The almighty

    and ever-present power of God whereby he

    still upholds, as it were by his own hand,

    heaven and earth together with all creatures,

    and rules in such a way that leaves and grass,

    rain and drought, fruitful and unfruitful years,

    food and drink, health and sickness, riches

    and poverty, and everything else, come to us

    not by chance but by God’s fatherly hand.”

    The Catechism then asks, “What advantage

    comes from acknowledging God’s creation

    and providence?” “We learn that we are to be

    patient in the midst of adversity, grateful in

    the midst of blessing, and to trust our faithful

    God and Father for the future, assured that no

    creature shall separate us from his love, since

    all creatures are so completely in his hand that

    without his will they cannot even move.”

    Remembering that God provides is

    one way for believers to deal with worry.

    How often have we worried about tomorrows

    that never actually materialized, robbing

    ourselves of life and joy by so doing? Jesus

    finally concludes, “So do not worry about

    tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring worries of

    its own. Today’s trouble is enough for today.”

    Never cross the bridge until you get to it! And

    when you do get to the bridge, cross it with

    the providence of God’s love and grace.

    Emily and Curtis

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    WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT YOU?

    With the school year in full swing, the Sonshine School has been teeming with students and activities. Sadly, one of our

    directors, Mona Humphries, was unable to return to help lead the students this year. A new director, Judy Mouchet, will

    begin working with the children in October. We are so grateful for the volunteers who have stepped in to assist Mozelle

    Edwards and Rita Paoletti for the interim weeks: Delaine Mehder, Lisa Richards, Gena Smith, Kay Smith, Janice

    Topping, and Gerri Tulley- what would we (and our beloved children!) do without you?! We also raise up a huge

    thanks to volunteers from the Mountaintop Rotary Club and the Highlands Emergency Council who worked alongside

    Joel and the Congregational Care Ministry Team for a delicious and generous Food for Fuel Luncheon.

    FOOD FOR FUEL

    The annual "Food for Fuel" luncheon was held in Coleman Hall on Sunday, September 6th after the worship

    service. The luncheon, sponsored jointly by First Presbyterian Church Mission Ministry Team and Congregational

    Care Ministry Team with volunteers from the Mountaintop Rotary Club, was open to the public and accepted "love

    donations" for the Highlands Emergency Council’s Fuel Program. The program provides fuel in the winter months

    to residents struggling financially who might otherwise not be able to afford heat.

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    OCTOBER 4TH EMPTY BOWLS

    E mpty Bowls is an international grass roots effort to fight hunger using the symbol of an empty bowl as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world. In communities all across this country and many other countries, potters make bowls and

    donate them to be sold at a simple meal of bread and soup donated by local chefs. The

    funds raised support food banks, food pantries and soup kitchens. In Highlands The

    Bascom Center for the Visual Arts initiated the first Empty Bowls event four years

    ago. They invited both amateur and professional potters to create hundreds of hand

    thrown bowls to raise funds for the Highlands Food Pantry and Fishes and Loaves

    Pantry in Cashiers. Our church enthusiastically agreed to host the Highlands events in

    Coleman Hall. Local chefs donated delicious soups, bread, and cookies. Many

    volunteers from our church, Mountaintop Rotary, and the Food Pantry worked

    tirelessly to make each of the annual events a wonderful success. Empty Bowls has

    raised substantial funds for the Food Pantry and also raised community awareness of

    the hunger and food insecurity right here in our town.

    The Highlands Food Pantry was opened in 2005 as a joint mission of the

    International Friendship Center and Highlands United Methodist Church. It is open to

    anyone in need whose income falls below federal poverty guidelines. It is set up like a

    grocery store with clients choosing the food they need. The amount allowed is based

    on family size. The Pantry strives to provide nutritious food including fresh produce

    and eggs, bread, and meat. Some of this food is salvage purchased from Manna

    FoodBank in Asheville. Local churches donate some of the food and there is an

    occasional food drive. The US Department of Agriculture provides a small quarterly

    allotment also. However, much of the food must be purchased from retail and

    wholesale sources. Most clients work hard for wages too low to provide all the

    necessities. Seasonal workers have very few resources to make it through the winter.

    Several clients had good jobs but lost them with the down turn in the economy. Some

    are disabled. Some are living on social security only. Funds raised by Empty Bowls

    help these people to meet their food needs.

    On October 4th this church will again host the Empty Bowls luncheon from

    11:30 to 1:30 in Coleman Hall. Potters at The Bascom have been making bowls all

    year and in August the Bascom invited regional professional potters to a two day event

    to create bowls. As a result they are contributing 400 beautiful hand thrown bowls.

    Please come; be a part of this rewarding effort to help those in need. Tickets are $20

    and include a bowl of your choice and the soup luncheon. The bowls are to be kept as

    a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world and your part in helping to fill them.

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    CHURCH HAPPENINGS

    The Sacred Sounds Handbell Choir, augmented by members of the Mountaintop Ringers of

    Highlands United Methodist Church, rang a musical offering on Sunday, August 30.

    Garrett Whipkey, recent WCU graduate and Chancel Choir

    intern, "delighted" the congregation on September 6th with

    his saxophone, playing a jazzy medley of "When the Saints

    Go Marching In" and "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" with

    Angie Jenkins at the piano.

    "Charles Wood and Friends" -- from left, Jim Yoder,

    Dakota Waddell, Charles Wood, and Lee Ladensack, were

    congregation-pleasers at the worship service on

    September 20, giving us a worship offering of

    several wonderful bluegrass gospel tunes.

    The August 26 Interlude, the last one for 2015, featured the instrumental group "Trio Carolina" with internationally

    renowned bass-baritone Oral Moses. The Trio, composed of Tacy Edwards, Kelly O'Dell and Rosalyn Floyd, performed

    a variety of pieces for flute, oboe and piano. Dr. Moses, Professor Emeritus at Kennesaw State University,

    had the audience singing and clapping along with his resounding rendition of several Negro Spirituals.

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    SYMPATHIES

    The First Presbyterian Church family extends prayers and sympathy to the following

    during their time of loss: Kay Holland on the death of her mother, Jenny Robinson, who died on

    September 22, and Wayne Coleman on the death of his wife, Annette Coleman, who died on

    September 24.

    “We are convinced that neither death… nor anything else in all creation, will be able to

    separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:38

    HALLOWEEN IS COMING! Curtis and Emily will be handing out

    candy again this year to all the ghosts, goblins, princesses, and

    Superheroes that make their way through the Highlands Halloween

    crowd. If you would like to add to the fun, bring an unopened bag of

    candy by the church office any time before October 31st. Trick or treat!

    TRICK OF TREAT

    We welcomed Pebblebrook High School's Pheoenix Vocal Ensemble, directed by Dr. Katie Woolf, on Sunday,

    September 6th. Pebblebrook High is home to the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts, a

    Mableton, GA magnet program. Phoenix is considered Pebblebrook's most selective choral ensemble.

    Davis and Anna White presented their son Jeremiah, who had previously been baptized,

    to be blessed on September 6th.

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    WOMEN’S STUDIES

    The Morning Study Group We will meet in the library Wednesday, October 7th at 10:15. We will study the 4th lesson in " Growing Older and Wiser". Bring a sandwich and something to share for lunch. All ladies and friends of the church are welcome. The Thursday Circle of Friends will resume November 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the church parlor. From Come to the Waters we will discuss Lessons 2 and 3, “Life-giving Waters--Baptism” and “Absence of Water—Thirst and Longing.” All ladies of the church are invited!

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    NOTICE TO OUR CONGREGATION

    In order for us to keep better records, please call the church office (828-526-3175) and let us know the

    dates when you plan to return home and plan on returning to

    Highlands.

    Please let the church office know if you would prefer to receive your

    newsletter via e-mail.

    AUGUST 2015 TREASURER’S REPORT Budget Actual

    Operating Income and Expenses

    YTD Income 616,900.00 501,266.00

    YTD Expenses 658,778.00 660,944.00

    Net Income (41,878.00) (159,678.00)

    PLEASE KEEP YOUR PLEDGES CURRENT!

    The Fourth Thursday Potluck/

    Covered Dish dinner will be

    held on October 22 in

    Coleman Hall at 6:00

    P.M. Surprise entertainment

    will be the brief program

    following the fellowship meal.

    TO PROVIDE FLOWERS FOR A LOVED ONE, PLEASE FILL

    OUT A FLOWER LEAFLET LOCATED UPSTAIRS NEXT

    TO THE FLOWER CALENDAR OR DOWNSTAIRS

    LOCATED AT THE RECEPTIONIST’S DESK.

    October Birthdays

    Oct. 1 Tom Joyner

    Oct. 3 Judy Tindel

    Oct. 5 Bill Gahagan

    Oct. 6 Carol Strunk

    Oct. 7 Betty Fugate

    Oct. 8 Sue Ann Glenn

    Chad Lucas

    Oct. 9 Jackie Hughes

    Oct. 10 Kathryn Holland

    Mary Anna McClendon

    Oct. 13 Martha Spruill

    Oct. 15 Tom Graves

    Oct. 16 John Greene

    Julia Grumbles

    Oct. 17 Jimmy Sherard

    Oct. 19 Hines Brannan

    Scott McDuff

    Oct. 20 Bev Quin

    Oct. 23 Don Mullen

    Oct. 26 Lyda White

    Oct. 29 Donna Laird

    Oct. 31 William Creswell

    Ann Greenlee

    Karin Potts

    October Anniversaries

    Oct. 9 Kitty & Pat Moore

    Oct. 18 Gay Graves & Boyd Letcher

    Mary & David Jellison

    Judy & Terry Tindel

    November Birthdays

    Nov. 3 Delaine Mehder

    Skip Taylor

    Nov. 6 Patsy Mullen

    Nov. 8 Larry Fuller

    Terry Potts

    Nov. 9 Katelin Cochran-Smith

    Duncan Greenlee

    Nov. 10 Bruce Berryhill

    Molly Gahagan

    Jim Herbert

    Nov. 12 Sid Nurkin

    Nov. 13 Fran Young

    Nov. 14 Lee Byers

    Nov. 16 Bob Holt

    Nov. 18 Kathryn Dohn

    Nov. 20 Bummie Nurkin

    Nov. 24 Dave Jellison

    Nov. 25 Carrie Jean Gilbert

    Nov. 26 Elizabeth Bryant

    Sally Copeland

    Mary Anne Creswell

    Nov. 28 Herb Morgan

    Nov. 30 Mae Potts

    November Anniversaries

    Nov. 1 Carol & Bill Strunk

    Nov. 12 Janet & Ralph Thomas

    Nov. 16 Betsi & Joe McLure

    Nov. 17 Beverly & Harry Howell

    Jackie & Vincent Hughes

    Nov. 28 Lil & Don Harting

    Nov. 28 Jane & Alan Lewis

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    FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

    CHURCH

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    HIGHLANDS

    828-526-3175

    FAX: 828-526-0784

    E-MAIL: [email protected]

    WEB PAGE: FPCHIGHLANDS.ORG

    471 MAIN STREET

    P. O. BOX 548

    HIGHLANDS, NC 28741

    Sanctuary hours for meditation are 9:00 to 4:00 p.m.

    Office hours are 9:00 to 4:30 Monday—Friday

    Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Church Services

    June through Labor Day weekend Communion served every Sunday

    11:00 a.m. Communion served the first Sunday of every month

    Session

    Class of 2015 Congregational Care, Sally Copeland

    Worship, Kathy Evans Finance, Stewart Manning

    Personnel, Obie Oakley Membership/Outreach, Donna Woods

    Class of 2016 Children’s Ministry, Delaine Mehder

    Mission, Ann Greenlee Clerk of Session, Claude Sullivan

    Class of 2017 Vision 20/20, Tom Joyner

    Adult Education, Chad Lucas Property, Bob Tietze Elder of the Month

    Stewart Manning Ministers

    The Congregation

    Staff Jennifer Creswell, Administrative Manager Raychael Evans, Administrative Assistant

    Steve Mehder, Church Treasurer Michael Lancaster, Director of Worship/

    Music Angie Jenkins, Organist/

    Music Coordinator Joel Porter, Food Coordinator Kyle Clark, Property Manager

    Janice Mathis & Keri Raby, Nursery Assistants

    Mozelle Edwards and Rita Paoletti,

    Sonshine School Directors Briana Jenkins, Sonshine Assistant

    Pastors Curtis Fussell

    Emily Wilmarth

    Lectionary Texts for October

    As you prepare to come to worship, here are the scripture texts that will make up the services during the month of October:

    October 4 Job. 1:1; 2:1-10 World Communion Sunday Ps. 26 Heb. 1:1-4, 2:5-12 Mark 10:2-16 October 11 Job. 23:1-9, 16-17 20th Sunday After Pentecost Ps. 22:1-15 Heb. 4:12-16 Mark 10:17-31 October 18 Job 38:1-7 (34-41) 21st Sunday After Pentecost Ps. 104:1-9, 24, 35c Heb. 5:1-10 Mark 10:35-45 October 25 Job. 42:1-6, 10-17 22nd Sunday After Pentecost Ps. 34:1—8 (19-22) Heb. 7:23-28 Mark 10:46-52

    Please keep in your prayers

    these members and friends of the congregation:

    Judith Bobo, Kitty Byers, Ed Dietrich, George M. Dowdle (Nancy Lowe’s brother),

    Beverly & Harry Howell, Madaline Huie, Bob Kerry (Pud Brogan’s brother-in-law),

    Don Paulk, Veda & Jimmy Sherard, Martha Spruill, Veronica Vogt,

    Margaret Winkler, Tom Wise, Kay Holland and the Robinson family

    upon the death of Jenny Robinson and the Coleman family

    upon the death of Annette Coleman.

    Please keep in your prayers

    these members in the community and beyond:

    Yancy Bartlett, Hugh Clark, Pete Farrer, Frank Jemison,

    Cherry Martin, Jim Shearon, Sandra Simmons,

    Ben Straughn (Greta & Dick Decourcy’s grandson),

    Janis Wilson, and King Young.