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Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

  • Restore us, O God; let your face shine, that we may be saved.
    Psalm 80:3
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The Grocery Cart- Grocery Cart donations for the month of October go to Louisville’s Family Scholar House. Their mission is to end the cycle of poverty and transform the community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long sufficiency. Most needed items at this time: Paper towels, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, canned fruit, canned vegetables, spaghetti & sauce.

Needed! Updated College Student Contact Information- Please e-mail or call the church office with updates to your college student’s contact information. We like to send care packages and stay in touch with our college students.

Uspiritus (Bellewood) has requested Halloween costumes, accessories and props for their kids, ages 7-18. Please leave donations in the drop closet and label your bag for Uspiritus. We will be accepting donations until Sunday, October 20. Adult-size costumes are particularly in need. Thank you.

Wednesday Night Dinner (October 9, 2019)
“Summer Dinner”
Baked Ham with fruit sauce
Stuffed summer peppers
Buttered new red potatoes
Honey glazed carrots
Steamed broccoli with cheese
Assorted Desserts
Tea / Lemonade / Coffee

Children’s Table
PB&J / Milk / Fresh Fruit

SERVICE FOR HEALING AND WHOLENESS- These simple services of meditation and prayer resume tomorrow Wednesday, October 9 at 5:00 PM, just before Wednesday supper. The service is held in the sanctuary, and offers a time for quiet and reflection, as well as prayer for healing and wholeness. Those who wish may come forward for a time of personal prayer with one of the pastors. All are invited.

Book Signing- All are invited to attend a book signing for the Louisville release of the latest work by our very own Dr. Veda Pendleton entitled “Prepped: Coming of Age in Black and White America”. It is a memoir that covers her journey to and through prep school in the 1970’s. It will be on Thursday, October 10, at Launch Lou (611 East Broadway) from 6:00-7:00 PM. Bring a friend! Refreshments will be served.

Bookanalia- Bookanalia will be held on October 16 at 6:30 PM in Room 209 and will review I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations by Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, reviewed by Molly Pollock. Everyone is always welcome at Bookanalia. You do not have to have read the book to enjoy the discussion. If you buy your book at Carmichael’s, mention HBPres and you will receive a 20% discount.

Stewardship is giving back to God- We are called to be stewards of the gifts that God has given us. The fall is a time to recommit ourselves to responding to God’s gifts by making a financial pledge to the work of the church for 2020. This is an important pledge season, since in the new year we will be welcoming a new pastor. In the coming weeks you will hear from church members who have committed themselves to the challenge of stewardship. Our Commitment Sunday is October 27. On that day we will all be challenged to make our pledge to the work of the church. Be watching for more information about this important time in the coming days.
Men’s Book Forum- The Harvey Browne Men’s Book Forum will be meeting on Monday, October 28 Room 206 at 1:00 PM. We will be reviewing the book The Lost Founding Father, by W. Cooper, recommended by Jim Bale. Hope to see you there. Gary

Booktalk- Booktalk for October 29 at 11:30 in Room 209 will be Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. If you buy your book from Carmichael’s mention Booktalk at Harvey Browne and receive a 20% discount.
The Presbyterian Women Thank Offering Dinner- This event will be held on Wednesday evening, November 13. Andrew Kang-Bartlett, PCUSA Program Associate for National Hunger Concerns, will be speaking that night at 6:30 PM. This program is not only for members of PW. We hope that other members of the congregation will join us! Harvey Browne has been a long-time supporter of the Presbyterian Hunger Program and this is an opportunity to learn more about what they do and where.

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