member of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.
If the person you have chosen to officiate at your wedding is not the pastor of the Palm Springs Presbyterian Church, we do have to approve his or her credentials. The officiant can be a clergy person from another Presbyterian Church or another denomination; he or she can also be a person licensed by the State of California to officiate at weddings such as a Justice of the Peace or someone else licensed and then approved by the Palm Springs Presbyterian Church's Session (governing board).
We want you to feel free to help design your own wedding service as you work with the person officiating at your wedding; or you can use a traditional service.
Most weddings require a rehearsal and we are delighted to help in that area also. For weddings and rehearsals we have a Wedding Consultant who will help guide the wedding party through all the preparations and activities of weddings; she will be your right hand at the rehearsal and on the day of your wedding.
The Couple-to-be is responsible for all floral arrangements; Wedding items such as a Unity Candle, white runner for the aisle, flowers or ribbons for the end of the pews, etc., are supplied by the Couple and can usually be found through your florist. The church provides regular candles.
November 23, 2014, 10:00 AM
Rev. Christine Dickerson
Psalm 100; Ezekiel 34: 11-16, 20-24; Luke 17: 11-19
A wonderful time of worship, good food and fellowship.
The next meeting will be Thursday, September, 2014 at 5:59 PM. Keep watching for the date! Cost is $6.00 per person.
For those of you who want a Sunday morning Bible Study class, this is the class for you. Ernie Moore leads this class using the Kerygma teachings. Meet in the social hall from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. It is a great time of learning, study, fellowship and growth in our faith. All are welcome. This class is on hiatus for the summer. Keep watching for the date it will resume in the fall.
Women's Bible Study meets on Tuesday at 9:30 AM in the social hall. This class is on hiatus for the summer. Keep watching for the date it will resume in the fall.