Summer Sister-Friend Fellowship

Sunday, June 10, after worship, The Gallery

Women, meet in The Gallery after worship to brainstorm and plan informal Sister-Friend Fellowship events for the summer.

Women in the Word Summer Study

Begins this week of Tuesday, June 12th at 9:30 am and Thursday, June 14th at 7:00 pm, B115

Women ages18 and up are invited to study Tara Barthel’s Living the Gospel in Relationships this summer. This 8-week DVD study will encourage and challenge us as we dig deep into Scripture and remind us that our lives can be grace-filled, purposeful, and hopeful regardless of our circumstances. Cost is $10 (scholarship are available). Register online at At this time, childcare is NOT available for the morning study.

Wacky Wednesday

Wednesday, June 20th, 6:30-8:00 pm, Fellowship Hall

Calling all children between the ages of 4 and sixth grade!

Come join us for a family dinner, fun games, and a Bible story. The whole family is invited!

Please RSVP to Pam at or 281-251-9461 by Monday, June 18th.

Discover Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church

A new Discover SCPC class will be held soon. If you’re interested in learning more about SCPC or in becoming a member, email Robin,

Created for a Purpose

Monday-Friday, July 16-20, 9 am—1:30 pm

Due to overwhelming response, registration for several age groups is now closed. There are a few remaining spots for girls who have completed 5th through 8th grade. Registration will remain open until Friday, June 15th or until all spots are filled. Do you want to assist in a project room or with our closing Art Show? Contact Christine at

Fish Fry to benefit the Honduras Missions Trip

Sunday, June 24th, after worship, Fellowship Hall

Mark your calendar and watch for further details to come.

Nursery Workers Needed

Ladies ages 18 and up, prayerfully consider working in our nursery this summer. We have an immediate need for workers for our Tuesday morning women’s summer study and for rotating with our current workers on Sunday mornings. If available, please contact Elizabeth ASAP at


from The Weapon of Prayer by E.M. Bounds

The man of prayer, whether layman or Preacher, is God’s right hand man. In the realm of spiritual affairs, he creates conditions, inaugurates movements, brings things to pass. By the fact and condition of their reaction and redemption. All persons are under obligation to pray. Every person can pray, and every person should pray. But when it comes to affairs of the kingdom, let it be said at once, that a prayer-less person in the church of God is like a paralyzed organ of the physical body. He is out of place in the communion of saints, out of harmony with God, and out of accord  with His purposes for mankind. A pray-less person handicaps the vigor and life of the whole system like a demoralized soldier and is a menace to the force of which he forms a part, in the day of battle. The absence of prayer lessens all the life forces of the soul, cripples faith, sets aside holy living, and shuts out heaven..