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Posted by Saline FPC Admin

KICKOFF SUNDAY 2016

On Sunday, September 19th, we resume our fall schedule:

8:30am Awakening Worship

9:30am Christian Education for all Ages

10:30am Coffee & Conversation

11:00am Traditional Worship

 

We hope you will join us!

Posted by Saline FPC Admin

Congregational Meeting Called by Session

Session hereby calls for a special congregational meeting to be held on Sunday, August 7th, immediately following the 10:00am worship service on that day. This meeting will be for the purpose of electing Elders and Deacons. In this meeting the congregation will be presented with the Nominating Committee’s slate of nominations for Elders and Deacons.

Posted by DebraM

Would you share from your garden?

The Environment Stewardship Small Group is harvesting our 2015 church vegetable gardens. We donate all of our produce to Saline Area Social Services through Food Gatherers’ Faith and Food project. Each year, SASS tries to meet the needs of hungry people in our community, but they are struggling to provide enough food.

Please consider helping. If you have excess produce from your home garden that you would like to add to our donation, contact Debra Manchester.

Posted by DebraM

Open Doors

The name of the Open Doors Committee reflects its purpose: to not only welcome all by opening our doors so new members may enter, but also to reach out to the community to live the Word of God. Open Doors is responsible for our presence on the Internet and in social media. Our physical projects include the “Little Free Library” that has been erected in the Prayer and Meditation Garden. It provides free books that can be borrowed and returned at any time. Our goal with this library is to enhance reading and literacy in the community. Open Doors also supports the Grief and Loss workshop, the Taste of Saline, the Saline Winterfest, and other annual community projects. We have sponsored an Identity theft presentation and will be offering other presentations to the community that deal with faith and justice issues. If you are interested in joining this ministry, contact the church office or an Open Doors committee member.

Posted by DebraM

Bob Cindric

ROBERT CINDRIC is retired from the Saline Area Schools where he taught the Middle School Choirs and K-4 General Music. Prior to coming to Saline, he taught in the Milan Schools for 21 years as high school and middle school choir director, 7th-grade head football coach, and coordinator of computer technology and implementation for the district. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Bob has BAs in music education and psychology with a minor in physical education and an MA in music education with choral conducting emphasis.

A passionate supporter of the principles and activities of MSVMA, Bob has served the organization in many capacities. He served for 13 years on the executive board, as director of the Summer Workshop, President and Executive Board Director for State Events. In addition to conducting the 1993 and 2006 Junior High SATB Honor Choirs, he has served as an accompanist and section leader for many Junior High Honor Choir rehearsals. He has adjudicated choir festivals and solo and ensemble events as well as directed clinics and workshops throughout the state of Michigan. The Milan Middle School Choir was invited to perform at the 1992 Midwest Conference. Bob has also provided accompaniments for many MSVMA Summer Workshops.

Bob has also spent many summers with high school and middle school choirs. He was on the faculty of the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp for 6 years, the Oakland Hills Music Camp for 14 years, the Summer Music Youth Camp of the University of Maryland for 4 years, the Baldwin-Wallace Summer Choir Camp, and the All-State Program at Interlochen. Bob has also been the choir director and organist for the First Presbyterian Church in Saline for the past 41 years.