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Everyone is welcome at Forest Hill. No matter what age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, marital status, economic status, differences of thought or belief, or any other form of diversity you may exhibit…
all God’s critters got a place in this choir!
Summer Choir continues through July 30 with rehearsals at 9:30am right before the 10:00am worship service. The music is easy and singers of all ages (even babes in arms) are encouraged to participate. No hot choir robes–just come as you are. Bring the whole family and experience worship from the other side.
The next book Rev. Lentz is reading and discussing is Waking Up White: and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving. Available from Amazon and local libraries, this is a short read with a powerful impact. Join the discussion after church on Sun. July 30. read more »
We have once again joined with other area churches to rehabilitate a neighborhood house. There’s one work day left to sign up for: Thurs. Aug. 10. To volunteer, email Nathan Baldwin or look for the Habitat bulletin board in the foyer near the sanctuary. read more »
You are invited to join the Pacesetters for a Progressive Dinner on Sat. Aug. 19. Festivities begin at 6pm with appetizers and drinks at the Lustics, then move to the Bells for the main course, and end at the Logans for dessert. To join them, email Laurie Logan for directions and to get your pot luck assignment.
Save Sat. Aug. 19 for a picnic with The Group and enjoy jazz from the Cleveland Orchestra at The Grove on Rt 91 in Mayfield Village. Email Allan and Zivile Khoury with any questions. Details to follow.
Mark your calendars for a new outdoor worship service experience…on SUNDAY, Aug. 20 @10:00am. We’ll worship on the Monticello side lawn of the church, under our welcoming shade trees. (Feel free to bring portable awning type structures for additional shade.)
Rev. Laury Larson will lead us in a discussion of our One Church, One Book reading: October 31, 1517: Martin Luther and the Day that Changed the World by Martin Marty and James Martin. On Aug. 20, join him after worship to discuss the book and the Reformation as we prepare for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this Fall.
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