Our Savior's Weekly Bulletin
(June 27, 2021) 

ADULT BIBLE CLASS will not meet today due to the graduates’ reception between services. Nor will the class will not meet next Sunday, July 4. Our summer series on “God’s Flawed, Forgiven, Faithful Followers” will resume on July 11. 

 

GOD’S WONDER LAB is the theme for this year’s Vacation Bible School that will be held at Our Savior’s on July 26-30.  Children will be learning about the wonders of God’s love as seen in Jesus’ amazing miracles.  You can support this outreach to children in our community with your prayers and with your offerings.   Make use of the Vacation Bible School offering envelopes found in your offering envelope box or use a special offering envelope available in the tract rack.  Pray for the children and volunteers who will be involved in this week long program.  More volunteers are still needed, particularly small group leaders.  Children and volunteers may register on line through our church website (oslalbany.com).

 

PORTALS OF PRAYER for July-September are now available on a table in the narthex.  Please pick up a copy of these daily devotional booklets and pick up extra copies to give to friends.

 

CALLING ALL MEN!  Our Savior’s will be serving as a host site for a Simulcast of the 2021 Promise Keepers Conference that will be held in Arlington, TX on July 16 and 17.  Now we can participate in this inspiring event right here at home, joining thousands of Christian men across the country.  The Simulcast of this  PK Conference will be held Friday, July 16, 7-10:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 17, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in Our Savior’s Community Life Center.   The registration fee is $20.  To register on line, simply “google” Promise Keepers 2021 Simulcast Our Savior’s Albany and follow the prompts.

GRADUATES RECOGNITION:  This morning we would like to recognize and pray for members of Our Savior’s who graduated from high school or college in 2020 or 2021.  There will be a reception between services in the Fellowship Room to greet them.

  • Tim Antonacci has graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a bachelor of art degree in Religion and Philosophy.  In August, he is headed to Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, to pursue a Master of Divinity.

  • Joseph Riley Dollard graduated Summa Cum Laude with a cumulative GPA of 4.0 from the University at Albany in December 2020 with an Economics Degree.  He intends to study for his masters degree and is currently working for Equinox in Accounting. 

  • Ethan Chaffee graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Systems Engineering and minored in Mathematics. After graduating, he commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. He will report to Quantico, VA in October for his next training course. Ethan is also getting married in July and his soon-to-be wife (also a UPenn graduate) will be moving down with him to Virginia where they will be starting their life together.

  • Hannah Flynn graduated in 2020 from South Colonie High School and will attend Hudson Valley Community College

  • Joe Flynn graduated from South Colonie High School this June and he will also attend Hudson Valley Community College in the Fall.

  • Hayden Roe graduated from South Colonie High School and received a Cleary Award and the Linda Stewart Scholarship for wrestling.  He is undecided about the fall.

  • Ava Zuelsdorf graduated from Loudonville Christian School and will be attending the College of St. Rose in the fall to pursue a teaching degree.

  • Zoe Zuelsdorf graduated from The College at St. Rose and will continue there to get her Master’s in Social Work