June 19 • 2022
Second Sunday after Pentecost
‘Responding to God’s Call’
1 Kings 19:1–15 • Luke 8:26–39
— The Rev. Michael Moore
— 8 a.m. —
inside the historic chapel
— 9 a.m. —
Cheryl’s class meets in the annex, room 2.
— 10 a.m. —
inside the sanctuary
■ Live-streaming on Facebook;
available later on YouTube and the church website
Happy Father’s Day!
In honor of our fathers, all men are invited to wear Hawaiian shirts.
We invite everyone to join us for fellowship time, immediately after the 10:00 service, in the fellowship hall.
Today’s flowers are given by Phil and Jody Beth Melton in loving memory of their fathers, Philip Melton and Karl Dombrowski.
If you would like to place flowers on the chancel to honor or celebrate a loved one or a special occasion or “just because,” please contact Susie Alexander at 251-943-4145 or 217- 246-4051.
Are you willing to serve as an acolyte, as a greeter/usher or lead “time with the children”? Contact Greg McNair, worship elder, at 251-965-1003 or
■ Session meeting — Monday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m.
■ Intercessory prayer group — 9 a.m. every Wednesday in the chapel
■ Sweet Home Soirée
(Benefit for the Presbyterian Home for Children)
Thursday, June 23
5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The Country Club of Mobile
The Sweet Home Soirée is an evening of fun as we honor the Rev. Samford Turner and celebrate the ministry of the Presbyterian Home for Children.
Tickets are $125 and the attire is business casual.
The food pantry is open every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. to serve the community.
This past Wednesday, we served 45 families and 112 people.
We need more volunteers for the food pantry. If you can volunteer one or two Wednesday mornings from 9:45 to 11 a.m., please contact Kathy Menk at 251-518-7966.
►Snacks with Susan and Daryl Sunday school class
Susan and Daryl’s class, which normally meets at 9 a.m. in the fellowship hall, is taking a summer break. Watch future announcements for when the class will resume.
►Adult Sunday school class led by Cheryl
Cheryl’s class will meet at 9 a.m. in room 2 in the annex. Everyone is invited to join us as we study the book of Genesis.
►Sunday school for children and youth
Tracy Akins’s class, which normally meets at 9 a.m. in the youth room in the annex, is taking the summer off.
Thank you for your generous pledges and ongoing offerings. Your support and commitment to Swift Church is greatly appreciated.
►Job opening: church custodian
We have a job opening for church custodian. The job will have a flexible work schedule and preference will be given to contract (1099) employment. Background check will be completed.
Send letter of interest, with skills and experience, to Jan Taylor at
Prayers and joys
►Please let us know . . .
Please call the church or email to notify us of any joys or concerns; birthdays, anniversaries, health issues or family deaths so that we may put it in the weekly emailed announcements for your church family to pray with you or to praise God for your joy. (We don’t publish personal prayer concerns on the website.)
■ We praise God along with the Penfolds that their daughter Carla Sutherland’s reports showed that the cancer had no growth. She will continue chemo through December. And we will continue praying!
■ Jan Taylor had the joy of spending time with her 9-month-old granddaughter (— oh, and her parents!).
■ Randy LeDrew thanked Jenni Cain for the beautiful prelude and thanked her for sharing her talents with Swift.
■ Denise Moore announced the joy of being part of a connectional church, and asked for prayers for the PCUSA General Assembly meeting in person and by Zoom. (June 18 through July 9). For more information, visit:
■ Birthdays: June 21 — Tracy Akins; June 22 — Linda Estes; June 23 — Shirley Hughes; June 24 — Annette Irwin
■ Anniversaries: June 20 — Terry and Nancy Pampel; June 24 — Philip and Jody Beth Melton
►Pray for mission workers in Africa.
• Inge and Larry Sthreshley
in Democratic Republic of Congo
►Pray for military friends and families.
• Zane Brewer : U.S. Marine Corps, Jacksonville, North Carolina
• Dennis “Trey” Brown : U.S. Army, Fairbanks, Alaska
• Jeffrey Cain: U.S. Coast Guard, Miami, Florida
• David Esparza : U.S. Marine Corps, Jacksonville, North Carolina
• Cody Havel: U.S. Navy, Jacksonville, Florida
• Rich Kleen: Quantico, Virginia
• Jeremy Rechkemmer: U.S. Army
• Maj. Jeremy Timm: National Guard, Arkansas
• Tarah Young: U.S. Army, South Korea