We welcome Rev. Cathy Ulrich, Stated Clerk for the Presbytery of Denver, to our pulpit this morning. Please stop by to greet her at Tartan Tacos!
As a special tribute to Reformation Sunday we are pleased to welcome bagpiper Susan Thornton playing special music in worship. A former long-time mayor of the City of Littleton, Susan is a devotee of the Great Highland Bagpipe. Thirty years ago she took up this instrument that has only nine notes (no flats and no sharps), four reeds going at all times, and is played by blowing into a bag instead of directly onto
a reed. She was also intrigued, she says, that this ancient instrument is so evocative.
GMPC is excited to host the Denver Presbytery Assembly on Tue., Oct. 25 and will need several volunteers to greet and host (basically give directions) at various times between 2:30-6:30pm. Please consider signing up in the narthex to help make this a delightful experience for all the Presbytery-wide participants.
October is a month with five Sundays, so on Oct. 30th the loose (undesignated) offerings placed in the plate will be given to the Deacons’ Assistance Fund to further the parish work of our deacons. If you are giving a check please write “Deacons Fund” on the memo line.
As I feel the weather get a bit more chilly and feel that touch of crispness in the air I know that fall is just around the corner. Things are shifting not only in the weather but also in the life of our church too! One of our members said to me recently something like, "Not that dreaded 'C' word!” - meaning Change!
Please sign up in the narthex for contributing to our annual community Halloween party, Sweet Street. Volunteers are needed to set up (Thur. & Fri. the 27-28 at 9am), clean up (Sat.
Your “small change” can make a “Big Change”
Please consider putting your change in our glass container on the 1st 4 Sundays of each month. All pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and ??? will go to drill bore holes in Zimbabwe. Our efforts are making a huge difference to people in Zimbabwe who have no clean water.