Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Friday Sunset 7:11 pm - Saturday Sunset 7:09 pm
SABBATH SERVICES THIS WEEK
Orcas Adventist Fellowship
Church Service 11 AM
Speaker: Sam Millen
Sabbath School 10 AM
Church Service 11 AM
Speaker: Byron Dulan
Head Elder: Richard Foster
Potluck Following Service
Byron Dulan the Community Services Director for the Washington Conference will be at
New Bible study is starting at Friday Harbor church on Tuesdays at 7 PM. All are welcome!
Friday Harbor Church Board will be meeting Thursday, September 28 at 6 PM at the church. Harbor this coming weekend. Elder Dulan will speak at both Sabbath school and church. After potluck, there will be a Sabbath afternoon activity called Community Windshield survey with a follow up meeting afterwards.
Friday Harbor Church Bulletins: Do you have info that needs to get into the Harbor Church bulletin? Bulletin info can be send to email@example.com call Virlinda @ 370-5557. Please turn bulletin info in by evening prior to the Sabbath you want it to be in the church bulletin.
Lopez Bible Study will take a summer hiatus beginning in June. It will resume again in October.
Beautiful Hands will meet each Friday evening, 6pm-8pm at the OCS High School, Room 306.
Paula Lavoie 1
Samuel Aufderhar 9
Moriah Claus 11
Kim Bryan 15
Cetacea Stanton 18
Judy Jacobson 22
John Laursen 23
Summer Ferry Schedule- effective June 25, 2017 - September 30, 2017
Parish Nurse Notes
Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than old-fashioned exercise. The merits of regular physical activity — from preventing chronic health conditions to promoting weight loss and better sleep — are hard to ignore. And the benefits are yours for the taking, regardless of age, gender or physical ability. Wondering what to do on a Weekend afternoon? Looking for an activity that suits the entire family? Get physical! Physical activity doesn't have to be drudgery. Take a ballroom dancing class. Check out a local climbing wall or hiking trail. Push your kids on the swings or climb with them on the jungle gym. Plan a neighborhood kickball or touch football game. Find a physical activity you enjoy, and go for it. If you get bored, try something new. If you're moving, it counts!
(Taken from mayoclinic.com) Sally Coffin, RN