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    At this time, because of the pandemic,
    we are offering services online only.

     This Sunday 

     July 12 • 2020 
     15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 

    ‘Dissension in the Desert’
    Exodus 17:1–7
    — The Rev. Keith Cardwell
    ■ Fourth in the ‘Road Trip’ series

     ►Worship service online at 10 a.m. 

    ■ Due to COVID-19, we will not have in-person worship on Sunday, July 12. Join us for our online worship at, on the Swift Presbyterian Church Facebook page and on YouTube at 10 a.m. or at a later time.

    ■ Seeking worship helpers: If you would like to light and extinguish the candles as an acolyte, lead the “time with the children,” or read Scripture as part of our online Sunday worship, please contact the church office for more information.


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     B ecause God is with you all the time,
    no place is any closer to God
    than the place where you are right now.

    ‘Time with the children’
    Our 10 a.m. services normally include
    this segment focused on young worshipers.

    Food pantry update 

    The food pantry is back on its twice-a-month schedule — on the second and fourth Wednesdays. Next distribution is July 22 from 10 to 11 a.m. (Note the change in time.)

    Nineteen bags of food (to help feed 40 people) and three masks were given out on July 8.

    Swift Church offers children’s church (grades K–4) during the 10:00 service after “Time with the children.” It normally is offered each Sunday except for communion Sundays. There is no children’s church at this time.

    —  ——

    ►Connect with God.
    ►Connect with other believers.

    Never underestimate the power of prayer

    No problem you might have
    is too big for God to handle.

    ———— ———

     Remember the old rugged cross. 

    The peace of Christ be with you—
    —and also with you.
    Passing the peace is a deeply theological practice of reconciliation not replicated in secular culture.
    We greet each other in Christ, laying aside our differences — at least for the hour.

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    23208 Swift Church Road
    Foley, AL 36535
    Phone: (251) 943-8367