Renew ARP Church was given a check for almost $7,000 collected from the ARPC Disaster Relief Fund following Hurricane Ian. Contributions continue to come in. Here is a note from Rev. Steve Reynolds.
We were so awed by the gift that was sent to us! Please convey to the Steering Committee our deepest appreciation for this gift. It will help several who have experienced great loss! Thank you for the prayer support too! Rebuilding will take some time but we are confident we will see that all things do work together for His glory!
Steve and Rachel Reynolds
(You may click here to give online or mail a check to the ARP Center, 918 S. Pleasantburg Dr., Ste. 127, Greenville, SC 29607. Be sure to include Hurricane Ian in the memo. If you have any questions, please contact the ARP Center 864-232-8297.)
Once again it’s the time of year when we have the opportunity to educate our congregations about what our denomination is doing by way of orphan care!
James 1:27 states, “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction and to keep oneself unstained from the world.”
It is with joy that we invite you to join us in celebrating Orphan Sunday on November 13, 2022.
God is at work, bringing redemption into the lives of the helpless, and He invites us to participate in what He is doing. To learn what the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is doing to come alongside orphans, visit https://dunlaporphanage.
Happy birthday to the following from our prayer calendars in The ARP Magazine.
1 Retired Minister Paul Pepin
2 Sally Barker, Minister’s widow;
Retired Minister Neal Mathias
6 Retired Missionary Kathy Warner;
Retired Synod Employee Delores McDonald;
Retired Minister John Rogers
7 Edna Larken, Minister’s widow
13 Betty Jo Canfield, Minister’s Widow
16 Martha Morris, Minister’s widow
22 Retired Minister G. J. Gerard
23 Retired Minister Doug Jones
25 Retired Minister Timothy Robinson
26 Retired Minister Jeffrey Seeger