Single Service/Congregational Meeting/Church Picnic
Rev. Denise Weaver will preach a sermon entitled “Disciple Making,” based on Psalm 8 and Matthew 28: 16-20.
Carillon Ringers Handbell Concert: Monday, June 5 at 7:00pm: Carillon Ringers is a high school handbell choir from Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri. During their thirty-two year history, the Carillon Ringers have played in churches, schools and retirement communities in the Midwest, on the East and West Coasts, in the Southern and Western United States and in Canada. The Carillon Ringers have been invited to ring at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, at Disneyland in California and have toured England twice.
The Carillon Ringers’ annual tour program features original music for handbells, as well as arrangements of familiar hymn tunes, folk songs and spirituals. Ladue Chapel owns a 75-note (six and 1/2-octave) set of Schulmerich handbells, a 37-note (three octave) set of Whitechapel handbells and a four and 1/2-octave set of choir chimes.
Connections: Adults and children begin the evening in prayer together in our chapel. Adults then engage in interactive, engaging and thought-provoking adult education led by Pastors Brian and Denise while our children share in faith formation and storytelling led by our Children’s Ministry Coordinator, Rachel Boden. Nursery care is available for our youngest attendees. We conclude around 7:30pm each night so there is plenty of time to get little ones to bed. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesdays! *PLEASE NOTE: Kids Connections will take a break for the months of June, July, and August. See you in September!
This month: Rome
Welcome Martha! We are pleased to announce that Martha Keil is our new financial secretary/bookkeeper. Martha will be stewarding our financial records and accounts. She brings a wealth of experience, having helped many congregations (including Fairmont) to develop and sustain responsible and transparent systems of financial recordkeeping. We are so pleased that this important part of our shared ministry is in such good hands. Martha’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vital Signs will have rehearsal on June 9 at 1:30pm at Goodwill and perform June 10 at 1:00pm at NCR.
Come spend a fun evening of fellowship Saturday, July 22nd at Fairmont Presbyterian Church Night at the Dayton Dragons. The gates open at 6pm with baseball starting at 7pm. Tickets are $12 per person for a great seat next to some really fun people! The last dated to purchase tickets is Sunday, June 11th. Contact Kelly Coan at (937) 470-3427 for information or to purchase tickets!
VBS is June 12-16! See Rachel if you are available to help!
Fit For You will be cancelled the week of VBS as well as Tuesday, July 4.
Adult Vacation Bible School: Paul and the Early Church This year our children’s Vacation Bible School will be learning all about Paul and the underground church in Rome. But this year it is not just for kids. Every Wednesday night in June at 6:30 in the chapel, we will be learning all about the social and religious life of the earliest church in Rome during the First Century. This class is for everyone who wants to go a little deeper and VBS volunteers who want to learn about the context for our lessons are especially invited.
There are still Sundays available for Summer Music, please see Ashley if you are interested in sharing your gifts with Fairmont.
The PYC are in need of books! These are for the Free Little Library soon to be located outside the church. We ask that the books are not excessively old/worn, and are appropriate for all age ranges. Please drop your books in the youth room (109).
Please help support Fairmont by signing up for Kroger Community Rewards which donates a percentage of your purchases to our church. Call 1-800-576-4377 or go to Kroger Community Rewards, click “enroll now”, then sign in or create an account. Our organization # is: 87462. Thanks for your support.
Daybreak Grand Opening—On Monday June 5 from 3:00-6:00pm, Daybreak (Dayton’s center for children and youth without safe housing) is having a program of ribbon-cutting for their new Project Rescue which we are sponsoring along with tours of their current building. Snacks, too! At 3:00, there will be various speakers and ribbon-cutting. Tours will be on-going. Members of our Mission Team are going and would greatly enjoy having others from Fairmont join them. If interested, contact Sally Kaskocsak, Kathy Radde, Danielle Rhubart, or Jim Runkle.
How Else Can You Serve as a Disciple? – We continue to collect various items in the Black & White Narthex: soda can pull-tabs (Ronald McDonald House), BoxTops for Education (J.F. Kennedy Elementary), and men’s belts (House of Bread).
Food Pantry—The food pantry is in need of non-perishable food items, including canned fruit in addition to tooth paste, tooth brushes, laundry and dish detergent.
Equal Exchange fair trade coffee is sold after church in Fellowship Hall each Sunday. This is NOT a money maker for the church. Purchasing this coffee will help small farmers in Nicaragua. This is the coffee you have been drinking at church for the last month, so if you like it, consider purchasing some! Coffee will be $7.00 a bag, and there will be several to choose from! You can pay with cash or check. Make checks payable to Fairmont and put “coffee” in the memo line. There will be a basket next to the coffee, so you can just put your payment in there when you get your coffee. Delicious as well as making a difference…win-win!!