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 Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Friday Sunset  7:11 pm    -    Saturday Sunset  7:09 pm


Orcas Adventist Fellowship​
Sabbath School 10 AM 
Church Service 11 AM

Speaker: Sam Millen  
Head Elder: Ron Claus 
Potluck TBA 

Friday Harbor SDA Church 
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 Friday 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. 

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. 

Friday Harbor Church Bulletins: Do you have info that needs to get into the Friday Harbor Church bulletin? Bulletin info can be send to fridayharborchurch@gmail.com.or call Virlinda @ 370-5557. Please turn bulletin info in by Wednesday evening prior to the Sabbath you want it to be in the church bulletin.

Orcas Women’s Bible Study will be taking a break for the summer and will resume in September. Call for more information, Patricia at (360) 298-2313, or Sally at (360) 842-7743.

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. 


Mission Story from India: "Challenged and Victorious" 

Pastor's Message


 September Birthdays

Paula Lavoie 1
Samuel Aufderhar 9
Moriah Claus 11
Kim Bryan 15
Cetacea Stanton 18
Judy Jacobson 22
John Laursen 23

AdventistGiving is a way to give offerings and pay tithe online.  Access it by clicking on this link or the one at the top of the page. 

Text your Prayer Requests to 424-4PRAYER.

Summer Ferry Scheduleeffective June 25, 2017 - September 30, 2017

Parish Nurse Notes 

by Sally Coffin, R.N.

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