The Order of Worship for June 16, 2019
Morning Services at 8:15am and 11:00am
In the morning services, Pastor Nicoletti’s sermon is “The Woman at the Well, Part 1: Introduction to a Sacramental Worldview” from John 4:1-42.
You can download the bulletin here.
Evening Worship at 6:00pm
Pastor Nicoletti will continue his series on 1 & 2 Samuel in 1 Samuel 17 with David and Goliath.
Sunday school for all ages is weekly at 9:45am. The full list of classes is available on our Sunday School page.
Promotion Sunday/Summer Break
This year, the Sunday School Promotion Sunday will be on June 30th, in which we will celebrate the accomplishments of the program this year, the teachers and volunteers that supported the over 100 students in our Sunday School program, and the many students who have recited their catechisms and scriptures for their grade level. If there are any students who have not yet recited their memory work for the year, there is still time. They have until Sunday, June 17th to recite it to their teacher or memory work volunteer for a prize awarded during Promotion Sunday.
After Promotion Sunday, we will take a two-month break from Sunday School during the months of July and August. We have heard from some parents that memory work can be difficult to practice during the school year. So, during the Sunday School hour in July and August, in addition to a time of fellowship for all ages, students will have the opportunity to recite their memory work for their new grade level to a teacher volunteer. This would be a great opportunity for students to get a jump-start on their memory work without having to compete for time with their schoolwork.
If you have any questions about these recent updates or the Sunday School program in general, please reach out to Elementary Sunday School Superintendent Adam Skrivan.
June 15 – Better English on 6th Picnic at Wittier Park
June 15-22 – Sacred Road Mission Trip
June 18 – Wedding Shower for Alaina Wescott
June 19 – Eat, Talk, Pray: Wednesday Night Fellowship Meal
June 22 – Women’s Ministry Bellevue Gardens Field Trip
June 23 – Jay Stoms preaching in the Evening Service
June 26 – Pete Williamson speaking at Prayer Meeting
July 15 – 19 Vacation Bible School
July 20 – Better English on Sixth Picnic
August 7 – Jay Eastman speaking at Prayer Meeting
For event times, locations, and more details, please visit our Events page.
Luke 15 Prayer Group, June 12th
A Luke 15 prayer group meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month to pray for the adult children of our congregation who are questioning or rejecting faith. This concern is heavy on many hearts in our church, so if you would like to add your voice to the prayers for the spiritual lives of these beloved children, join us at 6:30 pm, in Room 105 downstairs.
Wedding Shower for Alaina Wescott, June 18
Ladies, you are invited to come shower Alaina with some Faith Pres. love and fellowship on Tuesday, June 18th at 7pm in De Soto Hall. Alaina and fiancé, Danny Matsuda, will be marrying the following month, and their registry can be found on theknot.com/us/danielandalaina. Contributions to the group gift can be place in the box in the narthex. Sunday 6/16 is the last day to make contributions.
Women’s Ministry Field Trip, June 22
Ladies, Sunday 6/16 is the last day to sign up for the Bellevue Botanical Garden tour on Saturday, June 22. A sign-up sheet is in the narthex. Contact Marcia Brodersen if you have questions.
Invitation to the Wedding of Daniel Matsuda and Alaina Wescott, July 12
Daniel Matsuda and Alaina Wescott would like to invite you to their wedding here a Faith Presbyterian Church on July 12th at 7:30 pm. Please RSVP on their website www.theknot.com/us/danielandalaina.
Lost and Found
We are preparing to clear out all unclaimed items in the Lost and Found. Please check the lost and found at the bottom of the stairs in the old narthex to see if there is anything belonging to you. Anything left after Sunday, June 30th will be given away.
Refer a Family to Covenant High School
We desire to see the Covenant High School community grow. If you know of a family that would be a good fit for CHS, please email Logan Hope, Admissions and Marketing Director, at email@example.com. Thank you for your support and commitment to our community and sharing it with others.
Faith Presbyterian Church – New Directory
This is the last day to update your information in the church directory before it goes to print. You will find the directory proof pages displayed in the Narthex today for changes, additions and corrections. Please take a moment to review your information; we want it to be as accurate as possible. Note that birthdays are listed on the last several pages; we would like to include yours there (birth year not needed). You may also contact the church office with directory changes.
If you are new to the church since the publishing of our last directory, we would very much like to include you in this update. We do not automatically add you to the directory, so please write your information on the pages provided in the narthex or provide it to the church office.
Men’s Summer Softball
Men’s summer softball is just around the corner, so if you’re interested in basking in sunshine, belting home runs, and sharing in the fun of a championship run, then contact Kyle Murphy at for team information. The season begins June 20th, with games scheduled for Thursday nights at SERA field in Tacoma. Don’t feel afraid of joining even if you can only make a game or two! And if you’re the type of guy whose afraid real commitment, stop your worrying: Walk-ons, shadow roster players, and late-bloomers are all welcome.
In addition to the nursery rooms, Room #117 – the Women’s Fellowship Room, is open and available for your convenience during all Worship Services. The service can be seen and heard in the WIC room.
If you would like a device to help with hearing the worship service, please see a Deacon.
A Reminder About Parking
As a courtesy to our neighbors, please do not park on the south side of South 8th Street, on South Winnifred Street behind the church, or where the curb is painted yellow.
Also, please save the spots next to the building marked “reserved” for our elderly and those with mobility limitations.