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Newsletter

The SPC Newsletter is sent out monthly to inform the members of ministry updates, upcoming events, Session reports, and more. It also contains messages from the pastor and staff. The current edition of the newsletter can be downloaded here, or you may email the office at spcusa7777@gmail.com to have it emailed to you each month. To see a previous month’s newsletter, see the Archives page.

 

Prayer List
Our Prayer List is maintained by the Worship Committee and contains a list of members and friends in need of our prayers. The list is updated weekly and included in Sunday morning bulletins. The current edition may also be downloaded here. Updates may be called in or emailed to the church office at spcusa7777@gmail.com or submitted on the yellow Prayer Cards and placed in the offering.

 

At a Glance
SPC At a Glance provides a quick overview of the weekly schedule and upcoming events. It is provided with the Sunday Bulletin each week, and the current sheet is also available for download.

 

Announcements
Announcement sheets are included in the Sunday bulletin each week as a concise reminder of upcoming events, opportunities, and prayer concerns. You may download the current sheet, or see the Archives page for previous archived issues.

 

Sunday Bulletins
The Sunday Bulletin is the Order of Worship used each week at the 11:00 service. It contains the week’s hymns, scripture readings, and sermon title. You may download the current bulletin, or see the Archives page for previous archived issues.

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