Tabor Presbyterian Church
Traditional in Service,
Progressive in Outreach
5804 Tabor Street, Crozet, VA 22932
Ash Wednesday Service with Holy Communion
February 10, 2016
Please join us for our Ash Wednesday service with Holy Communion on February 10, 2016 at 6 PM. All guests are welcome to join us.
Lectionary Texts for Ash Wednesday- Joel 2: 1-2 or Isaiah 58: 1-12; Psalm 51: 1-17; 2 Corinthians 5: 20b - 6: 10; Matthew 6: 1-6, 16-21
Shrove Tuesday Supper
February 9, 2016
We are having a Mardi Gras themed Supper on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 6 PM in the Pickford-Chiles Fellowship Hall.
The church is providing red beans, rice, and gumbo. Members please bring a friend or two and a side dish to share. We welcome any and all guests to join us for supper. If you wish to bring a dish, please do, if not, please still join us!
UPDATE: After the dinner, we are pleased to have a talented local singer/songwriter, Matthew McAllister, perform for us in the sanctuary. We will take up a love offering to show our appreciation, and Matthew will sell his CDs.
Check out his Facebook page and listen to a few recordings.
We are in for a big treat!
Tabor Women of the Church Bible Study
Second Wednesday of every month
Pickford-Chiles Fellowship Hall
Leadership rotates among the group each month.
"Anne's Bible Study"
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Led by: Marilyn Whitley
"Anne's Bible Study" is a women's ecumenical Bible study that began 25+ years ago. It is named in memory of Anne Royals, one of the study's founders. The group meets on Thursday mornings at 10:00 September- November and January- April in the Pickford Chiles Fellowship Hall.
Tabor News and Information
For questions or more information on events please contact the office at 434-823-4255 or by emailing us.
Children's Sunday School
11:00 am ( after the children's sermon)
Our Place Our Space
Sunday School is being led by Gibbs Gresge and Molly Jones. Children are encouraged to bring a small donation of giving. We can provide a nursery as needed.
This book group will meet on Wednesdays, 6:30-8:15 p.m, August 28, and September 7, 14, 21, and 28. Please let Pastor Liz know if you would like to participate.
We will continue to explore the Bible, this time by focusing on the women of the Hebrew Bible. The book is Sarah Laughed, by Vanessa Ochs. We will meet the first and last Tuesday of every month. Our next meeting will be Tuesday, September 24 at 1 p.m. (we end by 2:15 p.m.) We will discuss chapters two and three. Join us!
Migration and Ministry Trip to Guatemala
(from our World Mission Moderator, Mary Jane Winter)
Presbytery Trip to Guatemala October 28-November 4 offered by the Presbyteries of Peaks and James and sponsored by CEDEPCA (Protestant Center for Pastoral Studies in Central America), a mission partner of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Learn about the root causes of migration, who is leaving and why. Engage with people at the margins. Be a witness to Christ’s presence and experience how the church is seeking to respond. Learn from our partners at CEDEPCA what our role can be.
This trip will encourage us to grow as global Christians and connect us with our brothers and sisters in Guatemala, especially through the ministry of CEDEPCA. A unique highlight of this trip is an opportunity to experience the famous Giant Kite Festival on the “Day of the Dead” (Nov. 1).
Cost is $950 plus airfare; and if finances are an impediment, funds are available through the Presbytery. Please see Liz about this trip. She may want to join you!
Harriett Tubman - release date on Nov 1. Who wants to go?! We could go together! November 10 or 11?
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - release date on Nov. 22. Let’s go together sometime after the release date!
Presbyterian Women will meet on the first Monday of every month starting October 7 at 10 a.m. We will meet at The Martha Jefferson House, enjoying the hospitality of Jessie Haden. Please let us know if you’d like to join us. We will order the curriculum this Thursday. Pastor Liz will offer transportation from Crozet.
"The 2019—2020 PW/Horizons Bible study, Love Carved in Stone: A Fresh Look at the Ten Commandments, examines How do we live out our relationship with God and with one another in a world that is often ruled by other standards? What is the pain from which God seeks to protect us in the Ten Commandments? How can a fresh embrace of the Ten Commandments contribute to the restoration of ourselves, our communities, and the furthering of the gospel in the world? Each lesson begins with an exploration of one of the Ten Words in its biblical context. From there we consider a moment from Jesus’ life that shows us how he lived out that Word. We then consider the Word for our own lives and contexts. We conclude with an invitation to pray with the Word in our circles or study groups and in our personal devotions." (copied from Presbyterian Women web site)