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ISLAND SUN - OCTOBER 23, 2015
SCC Teens Visit Camp 737
23, 24 and
25, dozens of
teens involved in
the H2O Student
Ministry at Sanibel
Church will be
leaving for their
annual Camp 737
at Lake Aurora.
There will be great
times for games,
ball, boating, swimming, low ropes course, worship, soaking in the Word of God and
The speaker this year is Rev. Joel Bath from Billings, Montana. He is a worship
pastor and has taught worship seminars at the YWAM (Youth With A Mission) base in
Hawaii. He will be speaking on how we as believers and followers of Jesus can wor-
ship God in many more ways than just singing.
If there are other teens that would like to go, contact Pastor Kevin Schafer, youth
pastor at Sanibel Community Church, at 472-2684 for more details.
H2O meets on Wednesday evenings and is for middle school and high school stu-
dents grades 6 through 12. Sixth through eighth graders meet at 5 p.m. for conces-
sions and games and then transition to worship and lesson time and conclude their
evening at 7 p.m. High school students meet from 6 to 8 p.m . in the youth center at
Sanibel Community Church.
If you know any teenagers who are looking for a place to connect and a safe place
to develop their faith, encourage them to attend.
Sanibel Community Church is located at 1740 Periwinkle Way (next to Jerry’s
Teens from Sanibel Community Church visit Camp 737 in 2014
LOGOS Night At The Museum
celebrated A Night at
the Museum on the
evening of October
14. Dining tables
were highlighted with
were mummy gum-
mies as a candy
treat. The night
and interviewed the
by each table group
before the mummy
Each week of
LOGOS is centered
around a fun theme.
program is for families
who have kids ages
3 years through fifth
is located at 1740
Periwinkle Way (next
to Jerry’s Market). To find out more about how to register for the LOGOS program,
call Kathy Cramer at 472-2684.
Aubrie Suslick and Eden Fautz were chosen servers of the night at their table. The LOGOS
kids had a yummy meal of sloppy joes, tater tots, veggie plate, applesauce and a
brownie, all topped off with a mummy gummy candy.
The Night Guard Cindy Sitton interviewed Grace Mitchell about
how their table group created the mummy, better known as
And Potluck At
St. Michael and All Angels
Episcopal Church invites islanders
and island visitors to its regular,
“First Wednesday” Prayer and Potluck
on November 4 at 6 p.m.
The gathering meets first in the
church’s Sanctuary for a half-hour, All
Souls Day devotional service. The ser-
vice, “Lest We Forget,” which honors
the faithful departed, includes hymns,
readings and prayers for the holy day.
Participants will light commemorative
candles for loved ones who have passed.
Service organizer and lead reciter Alex
Flesh will offer a personal reflection for
All Souls Day, which by coincidence falls
on the birthday of his brother Alfred,
killed in action during World War II. Beryl
Flesh and Carol Heath also serve as read-
ers. Accompanied by organist and pianist
Jan Holly, the congregation joins in the
singing of hymns and Taizé responses.
The potluck dinner follows at 6:30
p.m. in the Parish Hall. Diners share their
recipes at a buffet tailored to the occa-
sion. Everyone is welcome. Bring your
favorite dish to the dinner, and your din-
nerware, if you can, or just bring yourself,
enjoy the camaraderie and get better
acquainted with your fellow islanders.
The church is located at 2304
Periwinkle Way on Sanibel. For more
details, call 472-2173 or visit saintmi-
St. Michael’s Prayer and Potluck diners enjoy the buffet-style meal photo by Jan Holly
I Am Learning
Five-year-old Harrison Jones teaches
his fellow classmates their alphabet
at Summit Christian Preschool at
Sanibel Community Church, where chil-
dren ages 3 to 5 learn with one another
for part of each day. If you are inter-
ested in preschool for your 3 to 5 year
old, contact Kathy Stanley at Summit
Christian School at 472-7007. Sanibel
Community Church is located at 1740
Periwinkle Way (next to Jerry’s Market).
Harrison Jones teaches the alphabet at
Summit Christian Preschool
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