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- June 19, 20137:00 am Morning PrayerLocation: 208 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Chapel)
- June 19, 201311:00 am Staff RetreatLocation: Chimayo
- June 19, 20135:30 pm SpiritSings! - Tenors and BassesLocation: 208 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Music Room)
- June 19, 20136:30 pm Session MeetingLocation: 208 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Rendon Room)
- June 20, 201310:00 am Archives Work DayLocation: 208 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501
- June 20, 201311:00 am Facilities CommitteeLocation: 208 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Rendon Room)
8:30 MorningSong in the Rooftop Garden
9:30 Traditional in the Sanctuary
10:45-11:45 Adult Enrichment
Opera Apprentice and baritone, Reuben Lillie, from Pennsylvania, sings at the 9:30 service this Sunday
In this Sunday’s Opera Class Ray Lutz will present music and information about a new opera composed by Theodore Morrison specifically to feature the beautiful voice of countertenor David Daniels. “Oscar” focuses on the last few years of Oscar Wilde’s life and raises questions about love, compassion, and the basic treatment of people. Oscar Wilde was tried, convicted, and jailed for his sexual preferences. After being released from prison, he wrote “The Ballad of Reading Gaol” which is based on his bitter experience— “each man kills the thing he loves” resonates throughout the poem.
This Sunday’s Mission and Social Justice Class features Amanda Johnson of “Why Marriage Matters” (an ACLU program) who will talk about what is happening in New Mexico on the issue of legislation of same-sex marriage.
Santa Fe Pride Parade will be next Saturday, June 22, at 11:00am, and we will be participating again this year. Meet around 10:30am in the parking area near the Roundhouse. Wear your “Diversity the Spice of Life” T-shirt! If you have a shirt but are unable to participate in the parade this year, you can bring it to church this Sunday or to the office during the week. Put your name on the label, and we will get the shirt back to you.
ACT NOW! Join the INTERFAITH TASK FORCE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION and help our students & schools succeed. The Interfaith Task Force is dedicated to improving public schools in Santa Fe. From a series of workshops at First Presbyterian, over 50 people from 20 different congregations and organizations, along with Mayor Coss and Superintendent Boyd have voiced support for our work with Communities in Schools. Now we NEED YOU to help raise 3 schools at the bottom of the achievement ladder: Cesar Chavez Elementary, Ortiz Middle & Capital High. Volunteers are needed to do research and advocacy, and work with children of all ages on a variety of subjects and curricular goals. Communities in Schools (CIS) will support our classroom volunteers as a 1-stop site for all your volunteer needs!!
• CIS will pay for and arrange fingerprinting and background checks.
• CIS will conduct thorough training for volunteers in late August, with curriculum guides and evaluation tools.
• Volunteers will be asked to tutor & mentor for 1 hour each week of the school year.
• Site Coordinators in each school will meet with principals and teachers and coordinate your work AHEAD of time.
• Each day you arrive to tutor you will meet with your Site Coordinator first who can orient you to your tasks.
Registration is easy. To sign up, CLICK HERE! or pick up an application in the church lobby.