Westminster Weekly 5/19/2020

Westminster Weekly 5/19/2020
Sunday, May 24th, 2020Adult Sunday School This Week on COVID-19 and Hunger
The third week of our COVID-19 and Hunger adult Sunday School class will be a letter writing workshop. We will write letters to our Members of Congress as part of our Offering of Letters. The class will include background information, letter-writing tips, Q&A, and sharing of content ideas. Click here for class resources.
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To join by phone, call 646-558-8656. Meeting ID: 884 4863 1800
Worship Service Sunday, May 24, 2020
Topic: CHPC Sunday Worship May 24th at 11am
Time: May 24, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Bread for the World: Offering of Letters
This Sunday is our annual Bread for the World Offering of Letters. As the COVID-19 related hunger crisis grows, we are asking Congress to take actions to protect families and children in the US and help avert starvation in the world’s poorest countries. You can participate in three ways:Send a handwritten letterSend an online messageJoin the Sunday morning letter-writing workshop.For all the information you need to write your members of Congress, please click here.
Give to the Pentecost Offering
By giving to the Pentecost Offering, you help provide opportunities for children and young people to grow in faith. A foundation of faith established during childhood helps ensure lifelong faith and service. The Pentecost Offering, one of four special offerings of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), supports:

*Young Adult Volunteers (YAV) serving in communities around the world and growing as leaders through transformative
*Christian serviceMinistries with youth
*Education and safe havens for children at risk
Participating congregations may designate 40 percent of the offering to support local ministries.
The offering is collected on or before Pentecost Sunday, May 31. You may give online or mail a check to the church. Please give generously!
Do you have a face mask?
Masks to aid in protecting yourself and others are available for anyone in need. We have several volunteer creative people making masks: Joanne Cybulski, Sandra Duverge, Stephanie Gregory, Gayle DeMarsh, Kim Aycock, and Claudia Foulkes. We have had some requests for child size masks so those will be available as well. 
If you would like a mask please contact Perry Chang or Claudia Foulkes. We are doing our best to deliver those to you or you can pick them up at your convenience.
Please continue to visit the CHPC website to stay connected with our faith community!
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Woosley-Leake Scholarship Info
CHPC youth and young adults! It’s time to apply for the Woosley-Leake Scholarship for the 2020-2021 school year! If you are planning on going to college, trade school, or any sort of continuing education after high school, this is a way that the church can help you. Thanks to the generosity of previous generations in the faith, there are funds available to help support you in working toward your goals. You will need to fill out the application and return it to the church office by June 1. 
Deacon of the Month: May
Perry Chang is our Deacon of the Month for May. If you or someone you know is in need of a kind gesture, please reach out to Perry at (502)457-7833 or email him here.