Wycliffe Presbyterian
A Weekly Publication
Week February 16, 2020
And now abide faith, hope, love, these three;
but the greatest of these is love.
1 Corinthians 13:13
Wycliffe Elders

Class of 2020
Mark Via, Pat Carney, John Werner
Laurie Coyne & Cathy Maston

Class of 2021
Jim Basnight, Dohan Bell, Bess Mann
Thad Brake, Bill Wahab       

Class of 2022
Bob Prestridge, Steve Hogan, Betty Oliver,
Fran Florence & Kelley Gangwer    

Clerk of Session
Gail C. Schwartzer

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
John 3:16 New King James Version (NKJV)
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New Announcements
Dear Congregation,

Thank you so very much for your prayers, notes, emails, and cards during my time away from church. I'm grateful for your support and most appreciative of your thoughtfulness. I look forward to being back with you next week.

Ash Wednesday Service

On February 26, there will be a joint Ash Wednesday Service. The Great Churches of Great Neck - Wycliffe, Lynnhaven Colony, & Virginia Beach Christian Church will gather at Lynnhaven  Colony at 7 pm for the service. Please join us as we begin the holy season of Lent. (2217 W. Great Neck Rd)
Lunch With Pastor Bugg

Join us this Wednesday the 19th at 12 pm for lunch with  Pastor Bugg. We will meet at Bubba’s Seafood Restaurant located at 3323 Shore Drive. No reservations are needed. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Food Closet Requests

We are in need of a few items. Jelly 30 oz, full sized boxed cereals but not family size, Pasta sauce 24 oz. The CS&M Committee Thanks you! 
Kids' Club
Music-Makers Lead in Worship

Next Sunday, February 23, the Kids' Club Music-Makers will take a leadership role in worship, led by Dana Henning. They've been preparing for some time so you won't want to miss it!  (Dana will provide any special 'need-to-know' details to the children/parents at this coming Wednesday's session.)
Kids Club
Sailing Into God’s New Beginnings
Kids ages 5 yrs to 5th grade are welcome to join us on Wednesday from 5:30-7:00 pm. Feb. 19th.  Each session includes dinner, a bible story, crafts, science experiments, and music. To join the fun please fill out the information at www.wycliffepresbyterian.org.
Thank you to Lilla for hosting Bunco! We loved coming to your charming home! Our next Bunco meetup is February 17 at my home, 2208 Scallop Road at 6:30 pm. I  cannot believe we have played Bunco for an entire year! I love how easy going everyone is about Bunco! We laugh and have such a great time. Thank you for all your participation! I hope to see your smiling faces at my home in February. Please let me know if you can make it. Thanks Betty Oliver (bjoliver1@verizon.net)
Wycliffe Wanderers
Luxury Coach Trip To Winston-Salem, North Carolina   
Don’t delay, sign up today - we still have room!  Join us for a trip to Winston Salem, April 30-May 2, 2020. From Moravian villages to luxurious mansions, this will be a trip full of interesting sites to see and great food to experience! Sign-up sheets as well as guidebooks are available on the front desk. Stop by and pick up an itinerary and guidebook. Reserve your seat, full payment of $380 is due by Feb. 15. This includes accommodations, transportation, tours and more!
Grief Support Group

Our Grief Support Group here at Wycliffe meets every third Thursday of the month at 3:30 pm in the parlor. In Grief Support the emphasis is SUPPORT as we help each other through the challenge of grieving. You don’t have to talk, you can just listen to others if that works for you. Please join us February 20th, and through the sharing that goes on, understand that you are not alone. 
Fellowship’s Luncheon
Join us this Sunday, February 16th for a delicious Baked Spaghetti Luncheon. The meal will be held in the Fellowship Hall following the worship service.  

Menu: Baked Spaghetti, Salad, Bread, and Vanilla Ice-cream with Cherry topping for Dessert.
Scouts are here to help!
Wycliffe's Cubs Pack 493 and Boys Scout Troop 493 are seeking to perform or assist in or around the church to benefit our church, programs, or facilities. As part of the re-chartering process, Cub Pack and Troop 493 must list what functions they performed throughout the year for the sponsoring (chartering) organization. Since the Homeless Shelter is no longer residing at Wycliffe, which was an outstanding "church service project" for both Scout Troops, both groups wanted to fill the void now that the shelter event has left Wycliffe.

The Scouts help with Spring & Fall Outdoor Clean-up Days, moving chairs & tables for various events in the fellowship hall; & assisting with decorating, undecorating for the Christmas season.

If your Sessional Committee has a church service project that the Scouts could assist with, let me know. Our Scouts range in age from 6 to 18, we do not meet on Holiday Sundays or days when there is no school. The Cub Scouts take most of the summer off, while both group of Scouts also are attending summer camps. So if you need letters folded, an area cleaned, materials moved from one area to another, please let me know!!!

Ron Moore ~ Charter Organizational Representative
Wycliffe Cub Pack 493 and Boy Scout Troop 493
Wycliffe's Teen & Adult Sunday School
Teen Sunday School is held the first and
third Sunday of the month @ 9 am.

We are looking for Teen Sunday School teachers to rotate March thru May. Curriculum provided. Please contact Pat Carney 757-496-8648 or Dohan Bell 757-708-8869 if you are interested.