Tabor Presbyterian Church
Traditional in Service,
Progressive in Outreach
5804 Tabor Street (PO Box 446) Crozet, VA 22932
Children's Sunday School -September -May following children's sermon
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Lectionary Texts for Sunday,November 18, 2018
26th Sunday after Pentecost
1 Samuel 1:4-20; 1 Samuel 2:1-10; Hebrews 10:11-14(15-18) 19-25; Mark 13: 1-8
Pastor Liz - Usually- Mon-Thurs 9-2
Jenny - Wednesday - Friday 8:30-12:30
Teaching Elder - Rev. Liz Hulme Adam
Choir Director - Cindy Bowers
Accompanist - Nayla Khakimova
Church Treasurers - Debi Miller, Jennifer Roff
Church Administrative Assistant- Jennifer Roff
Church Sextants- Nicole Flanders andTennille Sorenson
Class of 2019:
Erdal Adam- Outreach
Molly Jones - Congregational Care, Christian Ed
Diane Lewis - Communications, Calendar/Space usage
Class of 2020:
Tony Baglioni -Clerk of the Session and Personnel
Class of 2021:
Susan Craig - Worship
The Ruling Elders of the Session and Committee Chairs
Called into mission by God, trusting in Jesus Christ as our savior and example, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, together we use our diverse gifts to provide inspiration for living, motivation for sharing, and opportunities for serving Christ's church in the world.
Our Youth Choir will sing for the first time on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, November 18. Please plan to be present to hear Tabor's young people. Many thanks to Cindy Bowers for beginning this new ministry.
There were seven participants in the Tabor's initial Centering Prayer session, led by Herb Ely, a facilitator for Contemplative Outreach. The following, borrowed from www.contemplativeoutreach.org, describes the practice of Centering Prayer.
"Centering Prayer is a receptive method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, prayer in which we experience God's presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. This method of prayer is both a relationship with God and a discipline to foster that relationship."
"Centering Prayer is not meant to replace other kinds of prayer. Rather, it adds depth of meaning to all prayer and facilitates the movement from more active modes of prayer - verbal, mental or affective prayer - into a receptive prayer of resting in God. Centering Prayer emphasizes prayer as a personal relationship with God and as a movement beyond conversation with Christ to communion with Christ."
This short video shares some additional insight. https://youtu.be/NEO2xi8WIrA. It's never too late to join this group. Let Pastor Liz know if you are interested.
Tabor is pleased to now offer a baby swing at Harmony Place (for 8 months and above).
On Saturday, November 10, local Presbyterian volunteers worked on the Habitat for House. Thank you to Tabor members who provided lunch for the volunteers. See that guy in the middle in the navy vest and white hard hat? That's our very own Tony Baglioni. Looking good, Tony, and thank you for your ongoing dedication to the H4H efforts!