Dancing on the Edge Women’s Book Group: All are welcome for fellowship and discussion in the Second Cafe each second and fourth Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. We did not meet on May 27 because of Memorial Day, so we will continue our discussion of Where The Crawdads Sing into our June 10 meeting and begin discussion of Factfulness on June 24.
Remembering Our Pledges: Before we scatter for summer, please remember that keeping up with your pledge to Second is as important as ever during the late spring and summer months, when contributions typically decrease. Thanks in advance for staying up to date!
Please join More Light Presbyterians in Middle TN at Nashville Pride on June 22, 2019. This year we are celebrating 50 years since Stonewall! Our goal is to have at least 50 marchers! The parade begins at 10:00 a.m. and more information will follow in the weeks to come, but mark your calendars now. Please see the More Light Presbyterians in Middle TN’s Facebook page to order a t-shirt for the event and to contribute financially.
Graybar Entrance Closed for Repairs: Thanks for your patience as we work through the process of repairing the damage to the entrance near the Education Wing which faces the Graybar parking lot. There is no damage to the interior hallway or preschool classrooms, but for safety reasons this entrance will continue to remain closed. We will notify you as soon as the entrance is safe for your use!
Sunday, June 16 after worship: ALL church picnic! This will be a time when we will celebrate our teachers and volunteers who have helped to make this year of children’s ministry such a great success. Fellowship and Children’s ministry will be hosting this event at Sevier Park immediately following worship (in case of rain we will gather in the Activity Center). We will be providing a main dish and drinks. We invite all those who attend to bring a side dish or dessert to share. As you think about what dish you might bring to share, please keep in mind those who have allergies to peanuts and tree nuts. We ask that you avoid such foods. If you have any questions, please reach out to Nancy Morris or James Potts!