Street Director of Christian Education, Judith Sheldon,
Cited in PCUSA
Pentecost Offering Flyer
and violence are so prominent . . . when you ask people
what war is, they can answer easily — but when you
ask people what peace is, often they are at a loss,'
says Judith Sheldon, creator of the Peace Camp for
children at Fort Street Presbyterian Church in Detroit,
is helping to solve this problem thanks to funding
from the Pentecost
Offering, made possible by generous people
like you. We know more children — and communities
— could benefit from programs such as Peace
Camp, but we need your support of the
Pentecost Offering to help."
gifts to the Pentecost Offering support programs like
Peace Camp, 40 percent of the total raised by your
congregation is kept within your own community. Your
congregation can create and fund programs to help
the children and youth right in your own backyard.
When you make your online donation, identify your
congregation and we will send 40 percent of your gift
back to your congregation."
for the campaign flyer and more information. The pictures
are from Fort Street's Peace
HERE to learn more about Pentecost.
you, your children, or family members have a summer
camp experience sponsored by Fort Street or the Presbytery?
Do you have photos you are willing to share?
(The Communications and Public Relations Committee)
is planning the next exhibit in the Great Hall's display
case and the theme of the exhibit will be Fort Street
Summer Campers and Camping. Any photographs you loan
can be scanned if you prefer to keep the originals,
or we will be happy to display your original photos.
would like to install the new display in June. Any
photos loaned will be returned in September and will
only be used for exhibit in the Great Hall. Please
contact one of the following persons if you have any
questions or contributions:
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Henry Sr. Posted on Fort Street Presbyterian Church's
"I am a Presbyterian also, I attend Park United
in Highland Park. I walk by your church on my way
to classes at WCCCD. We are starting a Library &
Computer Learning Center in church. If anyone would
like more info?
" Call 313-720-7557, or
My name is "Brother Melvin."
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