Friday, September 09, 2011

TIF Worship Moves to the Radisson Warwick this Sunday

Beginning this Sunday, September 11, Tenth International Fellowship will meet at the Radisson Warwick Hotel (220 S. 17th Street) for worship at 11:00 am.

Calling all WOW books

Sunday night is the last night of WOW. If your child has one of the Heroes of the Faith biographies on loan from Tenth, the finale would be the ideal time to return it. And if he has church library books he's finished reading, please return them too. But if he hasn't read them yet, by all means let him do so! We want him to get that inside glimpse of what it looks like to follow Christ for the long haul.

Wow! It's been a great summer.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Babysitters for Bible Study

We're starting a new weekday women's bible study in Fairmount and are looking for 2 sitters to look after our kids. The study will be meeting Thursday mornings, from 10:30-12:30, at a home near 28th and Parrish. We'd love to find a couple of college students willing to watch our 8 mos, 11 mos, 1, 2, and 5 year-olds so we can enjoy some fellowship time together! (There's good potential for additional babysitting opportunities from these families, too!)

Contact Liz Voboril at voborils (at) gmail (dot) com or 215.740.0458 for more information.

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Pray for Berzinskys and neighbors on the river

Please pray for the Berzinskys and their home on the river--the river is anticipated to crest tonight at 8pm, 28-40 feet. Their house is at 39+ feet and neighbors along the river are in danger of being completely under water. Pray for God's protection.

Garage for Rent

Available October 1, 2011.
Size: 9ft wide (x) 7.5ft high (x) 18ft deep
Location: Runnemede Avenue in Lansdowne. Dry, clean, secure storage.
Perfect for that special car.
Residential lot, paved driveway, well maintained. Lease Term: 1 Year/ Month to Month
$125.00 per month | Call (610) 626-0050

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Visual hint/hunt

A member with limited eye sight has need of a document scanner and video projector to borrow or perhaps purchase. The configuration of a scanner (like an Epson DC-11) attached to a video projector (so we can increase the size as needed) would answer well to her needs and allow her to read her Bible again. If you can help, please contact Carroll Wynne at