Pohick Episcopal Church

Continuing the Christian Mission of George Washington & George Mason

Pohick Post

July/August 2017

Welcome to the Pohick Post Online!

It's summertime, when things at Pohick slow down a little, but not too much!

It all begins on July 8th, with members of our Youth Group and their Sponsors will be heading out on their week-long Mission Trip to Middletown, Ohio. Email them a note of encouragement that week, cheering them on as they go about serving in the name of our Lord.

Vacation Bible School begins on Monday, July 10th, running the whole week from 9 am to noon, with the closing program at 6:30 pm on Friday, July 14. There's still space for students, so Download an application and send it in--and while you're at it, invite the neighbors too!

In this month's EPost, our Rector writes about his summer adult ed offering on The Life of Moses. It is being held during the first four Sundays of July, running from 9 - 9:45 am in the Annex. Upon her return from vacation, our Assistant will continue the series for the rest of July and into August. Elsewhere, read about a new plan to help spread around the responsibilities for Coffee Hour hosting beginning in the Fall. Speaking of the fall, this edition previews the September schedule for Apple Butter and the Country Fair.

Lastly, we'll mention that the 2017 Wishing Well is now up, with several coins to be cast for items to help in our Sunday school, Parish Office, and in our Worship. If you feel led to "cast a coin" follow the instructions on that webpage for doing so--or at the display in the Common Room.

Read about these items and much, much more in this month's E-Post!

Remember that our website makes use of Google Calendars, so if you have a gmail account (or sign-up for a free one), you can now superimpose the church calendar on top of your other calendars. And it's all updated in real time! Click here to add the church calendar to your account.

Also, if you haven't "liked" Pohick Church on Facebook, we invite you to do so to keep up with upcoming events and lots of photos of happenings at Pohick. We're up to 299 "likes" and climbing nearly every week. Let's get at least one more so we can make it to 300! There's also a linked Instagram account ("Pohick") for those who prefer that form of Social Media.

As always, don't forget to send your Pohick Post Articles and event photographs to Lori Buckius at raebuck@aol.com before the monthly deadline (15th).Pass on any comments or concerns about these pages in an email to Dick Heintze at heintzerl@verizon.net or the Rector at dbinder@pohick.org.

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July and August Events and Schedules

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Sunday, July 2 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am
Adult Education Class, 9 - 9:45 am, Annex

Saturday, July 8 - Saturday, July 15
Youth Mission Trip to Middletown, Ohio

Sunday, July 9 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am
Adult Education Class, 9 - 9:45 am, Annex

Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14
Vacation Bible School

Sunday, July 16 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am
Adult Education Class, 9 - 9:45 am, Annex

Sunday, July 23 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am
Adult Education Class, 9 - 9:45 am, Annex

Satruday, July 29
SAR Dedication of Memorial Plaque, 1 pm

Sunday, July 30 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

Sunday, August 6 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

Sunday, August 13 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

Sunday, August 20 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am
Don Hakenson booksigning, 11:15 am

Sunday, August 27 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

About Pohick Church

The mission of Pohick Church is to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, to advance the role of the Episcopal Church as an active participant in sharing the Gospel, and to create a nourishing Christian community of worship where Christ's love is experienced and taken beyond its walls.

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