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GCC News - September 10, 2013
September 10,
2013
Glendale City Church News
В Robert Gosselin Organ Concert This Saturday
Dear Center,
Volunteer Recognition Lunch and Training Session, September 28. Our church's
volunteers are the best! Todd, Cherise, Leif, and Rudy want to celebrate all of you who are
part of any of our ministries by having lunch with you on Sabbath, September 28, in the
fellowship hall. After lunch, the pastors will share the vision of what we want to accomplish
in the next year and then each ministry team will have time to talk about objectives and
responsibilities for the upcoming year. The gathering will wrap up before 3:00 p.m.
Thank you to all who donated school supplies to our Lit Knitter's Book Club community
project. We were able to fill 25 backpacks with school supplies for needy children.
Children's Choir is back! The children will meet after church in the adult choir room next
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Sabbath. They have a wonderful program in store for the congregation this fall. Look for it!
The Second Saturday Series proudly
presents organist, Robert Gosselin
on Saturday, September 14, 2013, at
4:00 p.m. This concert includes works
from Michael Burkhardt, Louis Vierne,
Johann Sebastian Bach, and more! A
reception will be held following the
concert to allow an opportunity to meet
the artist. Freewill donations are
received at the door. Read more
here...
Mid-week Bible Study Class, “God in the 66,” Tuesday, council room, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Mark your calendars! Church board meeting Tuesday, September 24, 7 p.m. This will be
an important meeting as the outgoing and incoming board members get together!
Vibrant Health Ministry training, September 27-29. This is the first training offered
Pacific Union-wide. If you are involved or interested in health ministry in reaching your
church members and community, plan now to sign up for this important training. Register at
AdventSource.org, click on Calendar, Events Registration. Questions? Call Betty Cooney,
818-516-6508 or email [email protected]
The L. A. Adventist Forum will meet Sabbath, September 28,
at 3:00 p.m.in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Glendale
City Church. The speaker is Richard Rice, PhD, Professor of
Religion, LLU School of Religion. His topic, "My God, Why? The
Question That Never Goes Away." All are welcome.
This month, Lit Knitters skyped with Gadadhara Pandit Dasa,
author of Urban Monk, while enjoying an Indian feast. Join us for
hike and picnic for our October 6 meeting. For book information,
contact Didi or find us on Facebook.
Prayer and contact information for Sascha Allen. Sascha has moved to a nursing
facility. He welcomes your calls, Facebook messages, and prayers. His phone number is:
909-455-3715, or send cards to: 1765 Westwood Place, Pomona, CA 91768.
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Let us know when you want a visit. Our pastoral staff and elders are anxious to meet
with you, pray with you, and support you. Help us help you! Contact the church office and
Victoria will work with you to set up a visit. If you are being admitted to a hospital, please let
our office know. If you know of another member being admitted, get their permission and let
us know as well. Hospitals will not contact us due to their patient privacy guidelines. As
spiritual leaders, one of our pastors' and elders' highest privileges is special time with you.
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Sunset Friday, September 13, 2013 - 7:02 p.m.
Upcoming Sermons
September 14, 2013 - Todd Leonard
September 21, 2013 - Ryan Bell
September 28, 2013 - Richard Rice
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The Second Saturday Series proudly presents
organist, Robert Gosselin on Saturday, September
14, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. This concert includes works
from Michael Burkhardt, Louis Vierne, Johann
Sebastian Bach and more! A reception will be held
following the concert to allow an opportunity to meet
the artist. Freewill donations are received at the door.
Previously organist for the Notre-Dame-de-Foy and
Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-la-Salle churches in
Sainte-Foy, he currently holds the position of chief
organist for the Saint-Yves and Saint-Louis-de-France parishes, also in Sainte-Foy. Robert
Gosselin is also Musical Coordinator for the Faculty of Music at Quebec City’s Université Laval.
Born in Canada, Robert Gosselin started his musical education at age 12. In 2001, he received a
B.A. in music performance at UniversitГ© Laval under Yvon LarrivГ©. In 2005, he completed his
master’s in performance with Richard Paré, harpsichordist of Les Violons du Roy.
Active in the Quebec music scene, he performed recitals on numerous occasions: as part of the
ConfГ©rences Notre-Dame at the Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral in Quebec City; for the
Printemps en musique at Notre-Dame-du-TrГЁs-Saint-Sacrement church; during the summer
concert series at Charlmers-Wesley United Church, and in various school concerts. In 2005, he
performed in MontrГ©al at TrГЁs-Saint-Nom-de-JГ©sus church during the prestigious Orgue et
Couleurs festival, as well as at Saint-Roch church for the Amis de l’orgue de Québec.
In the last years, he developed an interest in 19th and 20th century works by composers from
various countries. He hopes to introduce to the public lesser-known works of this period’s organ
repertoire.
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