- Our Prayers March 8-14
- Sermon Title: Discovering the Rebel Jesus
Dr. Dale Schultz
Sunday March 1, 2015
Scriptures: John 14:6
- Sermon Title: “How to Listen to Jesus”
Dr. Dale Schultz
Sunday February 15, 2015
Scripture(s): Mark 9:2-9
- The Beginning of Lent
- Sermon Title: “How do we show respect to the Gospel?”
Sunday February 8, 2015
Scriptures: Romans 1:15-17
- Renegade Gospel Lenten Bible/Book Study
Thursdays, 12 p.m. Starting February 19, 2015 EMC 11
Save the date for our Lenten Bible/Book Study, starting February 19. Bring your Bible and a copy of Renegade Gospel (copies are available in print and for E-readers through your favorite bookseller). For the first session, please read the first chapter. More details to follow. See you there!
- St. Philip’s Missions Golf Invitational
April 25, 2015 1:30 p.m. shotgun start, $85/person
Support our mission teams this summer by playing golf. Gather your four-some for a round of golf at Avery Ranch Golf Club. For more info check out the flyers taped to the doors of our buildings around campus. Invitation cards coming soon!
- Church Baby Shower!
Baby Shower for Jeff and Katie Sanchez
Sunday, March 1 5:30 p.m.
Family Life Center
Hosted by Parents and Youth of Pulse Student Ministries
Congregation is Invited to Come!
It’s a girl! Jeff and Katie are registered at Babies R Us and Target.
- Title: “Who Lives in Your ‘Nineveh’?”
Dr. Dale Schultz
Sunday January 25, 2015
Scriptures: Jonah 3:1-5, 10
- Missonal Community FAQ
by Adam Ribbeck, Discipleship Minister
There’s a lot of people around us today who are asking spiritual questions, seeking truth and meaning, and in a sense they are pursuing God. They are our neighbors, our co-workers, our friends and our family members.
What they are not doing, however, is they aren’t waking up on Sunday morning saying “Ya know, I really need a sermon today, I think I’ll go to church!” That’s just not in their frame of reference anymore. There are still those for whom Sunday morning worship will be the “front door” of the church; but many people need a new doorway into the Christian community.
So how do we reach them with the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
The missional community is a group of friends who are committed to living a “sent” lifestyle. Friends who live out their “sentness” together, inviting people who are unsure about Christianity to join them along the way. Over the last four months, the Missional Community Pilot Program has been learning about how to live in these groups, and how to launch them this Spring.
In this space, I’ll be writing some more about missional communities so that you can catch the vision and join us as we launch them at St. Philip’s. If you’re curious or you want to get involved, get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on my cell, 512-784-1127.
- Christmas Bible Study: Under Wraps
Starting December 2nd & 3rd, we will be offer-ing a new Bible Study on Tuesdays at noon, and Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. The Tuesday daytime study will be in Family Life Center Room 16 and the Wednesday night study will be in Education Ministry Center Room 11.
This is an exciting experience where we will look at some of God’s unexpected characteristics as revealed in the story of the the birth of Jesus. It is sure to help you experience Christmas this year in a fresh new way.
- Celebrate Christmas All Month Long!
Dec. 13 – Good Ol’ Fashioned Christmas Pageant 4:00 – 6:00 PM – Family Life Center
Dec. 14 – Choir Christmas Cantata 8:15 AM and 11:00 AM – Chapel
Dec. 18 – Traveler’s Candlelight Service 7:00 PM – Chapel
Dec. 21 – Holy Mackerel’s Musical Gift 9:30 Service – Family Life Center Longest Night Gathering 7:00 PM – Family Life Center
Dec. 22 – Christmas Piano Concert 7:00 PM – Family Life Center
Dec. 24 – Christmas Eve Services
4:00 PM Children & Family Christmas – Family Life Center 5:30 PM Traditional Service – Chapel 7:00 PM Contemplative Service – Family Life Center 9:00 PM Christmas Bells Service – Chapel 11:00 PM Traditional Service – Chapel
- Title: “How to Give”
Dr. Dale Schultz
Sunday November 16, 2014
Scriptures: Matthew 6:1-6
- Love The Rock – Recap
Recap of the Love the Rock Campaign
- Good Ol’ Fashioned Christmas Pageant
St. Phil’s Kids is gearing up for Advent! We’re preparing a “Good Ol’ Fashioned Christmas Pageant” and will need actors, actresses and parents to pull this off! Please join us TODAY at our first meeting from 3 – 4 p.m. in the FLC.
- Volunteers Needed
Teachers and subs continue to be needed for preschool and elementary Sunday School. Please contact Kyren Schultz at email@example.com or call the church office at 512-244-2175 to discuss possibilities. Thank you so much!
- CTCYM Louisiana Mission Trip
June 14-20, 2015 – Cost $235 if sign up by 3/5/15
Sign up for the popular summer mission trip! Early registration ends on 3/5/15, and after that the price goes up! Go to our website at www.stphilipsumc.org/ctcym for instructions to sign up. Talk to Jeff for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
- Summer Vacation Bible School
Mark your calendar and join St. Philip’s June 22-26, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 p.m., for Vacation Bible School!
- Panama Mission Trip Opportunity
July 4-12 2015, Cost $1400
If you are interested in being a part of our Panama mission team this summer, sign up at our website at www.stphilipsumc.org/youth/panama. The age limit for this trip is from Fall 2015 High School students and above. Adults are encouraged to go, even if you have no youth. After signing up you will receive more details about the mission. The last date to sign up / drop out of the trip is January 30, 2015.
- Spring Break Mission Weekend
March 13-16, 2015
Mark your calendars now for our annual Spring Break Mission Weekend. We will be joining forces with St. John’s UMC, FUMC Georgetown, and Hutto Discovery UMC for a weekend of service in surrounding areas. Start off your spring break on the right foot with this great opportunity.
- Youth Text Messaging Available
To sign up text: @pulses to the number 512-865-4843. This service allows us to keep you informed on up to date info regarding our student ministry activities.
- News from St. Phil’s Kids
Last Sunday was amazing in The Tree House! During both Sunday School hours, the children assembled 60 “Blessings Bags” for the less fortunate. We talked about Matthew 22:37-39 “He replied, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is: You must love your neighbor as you love yourself,” which is the story of the Good Samaritan from Luke.
The Blessing Bags include bottled water, peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, granola bars, a pair of socks, a comb and toothbrush, and a small first aid kit. The bags are to be kept in the car and shared with someone less fortunate. The kids all took bags and also shared them with the adult Sunday School classes in the EMC. Thank you to the many people who donated items and to Ginnie Colbert, Mark Wood and Deanna Feil who helped Sunday morning.