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Northwest Passage September 2017

Dear NWRCC Pastors and Church Offices:

Good afternoon!  Below this message you will find the links to open and save the September 2017 edition of the NW Passage newsletter, for your use in the churches, in the Adobe PDF and Microsoft Publisher formats. The newsletter is set up to print simply on 8.5x11" sheets. Please use your best practices to determine if double sided or single sided, color or black/white printing works for you. We request that copies be made available for those in your congregation who would like them.

Kathy Dyson

Dear Northwest Family,
Please hold Kathy Dyson in your prayers following a recent heart attack. Kathy is the wife of retired minister, Jim Dyson. Kathy has had several follow up procedures and will have another in the next several weeks. She is currently recovering at home.
Cards of care may be sent to:
Kathy Dyson
1316 Sacramento Blvd.
Richland, WA 99354

God in your grace, surround Kathy and Jim with your love and care. Offer your healing presence as Kathy moves through this time of healing.
Grace and peace,
Sandy
 

Welcome Table Installation

An Invitation

Welcome Table Christian Church invites you to join them for the installation of Rebecca Sumner as their new settled minister. 
    Sunday, September 17th at 4 p.m.
    1322 S Bayview St 98144, Seattle, WA
    Reception with appetizers to follow. 
    Clergy are invited to wear red stoles. They will not process.
 

SPIRITSIGHTINGS September 2017

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it.” John 1:5

At the Pension Fund breakfast during General Assembly, keynote speaker Rev. Ben Bohren talked about times in his life that were the darkest. He remembered the moments where it seemed that the shadows were winning. And then he recalled, that even then, in the midst of the darkness, pinpricks of light shone through. Faint sometime. Barely visible. But always there. “The light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it.”

FCC, Olympia: Interfaith Shelter

First Christian Olympia has created, in partnership with the City of Olympia and Interfaith Works, a permanet shelter for Adult Men and Women in the church basement. We currently have 37 beds. The shelter is open from 5pm to 7 am daily. year round. There are 2 professional staff on site at all times and 2 -3 volunteers who help between the hours of 5pm and 9pm. In addition we accept donations of clothing, gloves, hats, toiletry items for the shelter.
Contact Pastor Amy Walters LaCroix: pastoramy@firstchristianolympia.org

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 5:00pm

FCC, Olympia: Coffee Ministry

We also provide a coffee ministry in the church office Monday through Friday during regular office hours. Our street, and homeless friends are welcome to come at any time during the day and have a cup of fresh coffee with their choice of flavored creamers and sit, rest and take a break for a while. We are happy to receive donations of Keurig pod coffees, teas and hot chocolate as well as flavored coffee creamer.
Contact Pastor Amy Walters, pastoramy@firstchristianolympia.org

Tue, 09/26/2017 - 9:00am to 4:00pm

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