Welcome to  Chapel by the Sea
The Windows Of Chapel. This week’s window: “The Pelican Window” It is located in the Sanctuary, on the congregation’s right
The Windows Of Chapel. This window reflects our island community.
The Windows Of Chapel. It also reflects our Christian community – the Pelican is an ancient Christian symbol.
Ancient people once believed that the pelican fed her young with her own blood in times of famine.
This reminded people of the Sacrifice of Christ.
You can also find the pelican on one of the cushions on bench cushions behind the pulpit.
We honored  our graduates last Sunday Kelsey Pinkard Heather Hicks  Bonita Violette
We had a GREAT  Vacation Bible School last week
We had an average attendance of 53
 
21 students had a perfect attendance!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Every day an average of  31 children and youth,  and 22 leaders attended VBS.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
We had 31 different adults who helped and  attended at least one day of VBS.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Our pastor gave a dramatic reading of the  daily Bible stories, including using high powered water guns to tell about the ...
Our pastor gave a dramatic reading of the  daily Bible stories, including using high powered water guns to tell about the ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
97 attended the closing program  on Friday night
97 attended the closing program  on Friday night
Even the adults enjoyed learning the motions to one of the songs on  Friday night.
Even the adults enjoyed learning the motions to one of the songs on  Friday night.
 
There were lots of people to thank, including the Kiwanis for their  financial support of VBS. .
There were lots of people to thank, including the Kiwanis for their  financial support of VBS. .
Welcome To Chapel By The Sea
Several of our members and friends went to Immokalee to work in the soup kitchen on Wednesday.
Several of our members and friends went to Immokalee to work in the soup kitchen on Wednesday.
Ready to serve the migrant farm workers of Immokalee.
Soups on!
Preparing the drinks.
Feeding the people who put food on our tables.
Jack and Bill helped with the dishwashing.
Our group met some of the Miracle players – they were touring Immokalee.
Our Service for Wholeness will be held immediately following today’s brief congregational meeting.
Join us in Silver Hall after worship for  coffee and conversation;  food and fellowship!
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Announcements for Chapel by the Sea, 2009 6 21

  1. 1. Welcome to Chapel by the Sea
  2. 2. The Windows Of Chapel. This week’s window: “The Pelican Window” It is located in the Sanctuary, on the congregation’s right
  3. 3. The Windows Of Chapel. This window reflects our island community.
  4. 4. The Windows Of Chapel. It also reflects our Christian community – the Pelican is an ancient Christian symbol.
  5. 5. Ancient people once believed that the pelican fed her young with her own blood in times of famine.
  6. 6. This reminded people of the Sacrifice of Christ.
  7. 7. You can also find the pelican on one of the cushions on bench cushions behind the pulpit.
  8. 8. We honored our graduates last Sunday Kelsey Pinkard Heather Hicks Bonita Violette
  9. 9. We had a GREAT Vacation Bible School last week
  10. 10. We had an average attendance of 53
  11. 12. 21 students had a perfect attendance!
  12. 19. Every day an average of 31 children and youth, and 22 leaders attended VBS.
  13. 28. We had 31 different adults who helped and attended at least one day of VBS.
  14. 35. Our pastor gave a dramatic reading of the daily Bible stories, including using high powered water guns to tell about the parting of the Red Sea
  15. 36. Our pastor gave a dramatic reading of the daily Bible stories, including using high powered water guns to tell about the parting of the Red Sea
  16. 65. 97 attended the closing program on Friday night
  17. 66. 97 attended the closing program on Friday night
  18. 67. Even the adults enjoyed learning the motions to one of the songs on Friday night.
  19. 68. Even the adults enjoyed learning the motions to one of the songs on Friday night.
  20. 70. There were lots of people to thank, including the Kiwanis for their financial support of VBS. .
  21. 71. There were lots of people to thank, including the Kiwanis for their financial support of VBS. .
  22. 72. Welcome To Chapel By The Sea
  23. 73. Several of our members and friends went to Immokalee to work in the soup kitchen on Wednesday.
  24. 74. Several of our members and friends went to Immokalee to work in the soup kitchen on Wednesday.
  25. 75. Ready to serve the migrant farm workers of Immokalee.
  26. 76. Soups on!
  27. 77. Preparing the drinks.
  28. 78. Feeding the people who put food on our tables.
  29. 79. Jack and Bill helped with the dishwashing.
  30. 80. Our group met some of the Miracle players – they were touring Immokalee.
  31. 81. Our Service for Wholeness will be held immediately following today’s brief congregational meeting.
  32. 82. Join us in Silver Hall after worship for coffee and conversation; food and fellowship!

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