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2018 Scholarship Award Winners

The Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that 4 members of Mount Tabor will receive scholarships to help them continue with their studies in the 2018-2019 academic year.

Two of our members have received Scholarships from the General Fund. Philip Goard, who is a student at SLCC, is a first time recipient of a $2,000 award and Eric Jensen, who is also a student at SLCC, will receive a $1,000 award to allow him continue his second year studies.

Two of our members have received scholarships from the Endowments and Memorial Committee. Emma Workman, who is a student at Utica College, will receive a $1,000 award to help with her sophomore year studies there and Cheyne Warren, who is a student at Utah State University, will receive an award of $1,000 to help her complete a double degree in her final year.

The Scholarship Committee is also pleased to inform you that thanks to the generosity of the members of Mount Tabor we have been able to retain a $2,000 reserve as a foundation for the 2019 awards.

Finally, Michael King has stepped down as chair of the committee and Kirstin Maanum is the new chairperson.

Martha Circle invites all women of Mt. Tabor to the annual August luncheon meeting (at the church) on Thursday, August 9th, at 1:00 pm. Current members of Martha Circle will bring salads to share with rolls and dessert provided.   If you are a guest or this is your first time, please just bring yourself for a great time of fun, food and fellowship.   We meet at 1:00 pm on the second Thursday of each month.  Our monthly meetings are a time of re-centering (around selected Bible verses)
and a time of re-connecting with one another, our community and world.   There is truly something for everyone.  Please join us.
 
Worship in the Park, Sunday August 26th at 10:30am.  We will meet in Sugarhouse Park (2100 S 1300 E), at Parley's Creek Pavilion. Worship is at 10:30am with potluck picnic to follow.
 
Calling all dog lovers!  "Doggy Shower" for Garry Remick's new friend "Gypsy" at our church picnic Sunday August 26!  Garry's long-time companion "Precious" passed away this year, and he has welcomed a new dog, Gypsy, into his home.  We want to celebrate with him, and welcome Gypsy into our church family.  You are invited to bring a small gift item for her to our Tabor picnic at Sugarhouse Park.  We follow Jesus with "a dog's heart"!
 
Self-Compassion Retreat for Girls  (9th-12th grades)
Pastor DanaLee Simon is leading a Self-Compassion Retreat for girls in 9th-12th grades October 5-7, 2018.  The retreat will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday and end at 1 p.m. on Sunday and will be held at RITA – Retreat In The Aspens (Pastor DanaLee's family's cabin) which is above the Ogden Valley near Causey Reservoir.   Weekend activities will include worship, building community, playing in the mountains, expressing yourself through art and laughter, sitting around the campfire, silence, and learning about the gift of loving yourself in the way God has intended for you since the very beginning.  Cost is $100 for the weekend and includes lodging, food, and transportation.  Scholarships are available.  Please speak to Pastor DanaLee to request one.  This retreat is limited to 12 participants.  Please contact DanaLee at 262/705-5811 or D_LO777@hotmail.com to express interest, ask questions, receive more information, and reserve your spot. 

Operation Christmas Child  In 2017, nearly 11 million gift filled shoeboxes went to children in 114 countries around the world. Ours went to Mexico.  Here is just one recent post on the Operation Christmas Child Facebook page. After an outreach event in Kigali, Rwanda, a mother was excited to see her daughter receive a sewing kit in her shoebox gift—the mother was a seamstress!  God knows and loves each child who receives a shoebox gift and orchestrates the delivery of each one—a tangible expression of His love. Every shoebox matters. School supplies are the item of the month for August and they are in all the stores now.  Thanks to all of you. Ask me any questions.  Jean Stephenson

Crossroads Food Barrel: You are invited to bring non-perishable food donations to the barrel in the narthex for the local food pantry.  They are in need of canned tomatoes and boxed meals.  All donations are appreciated.  Food is delivered weekly to Crossroads on 400 East in SLC.  Also in need of Back to school clothes (Kids Fall clothing) for the Thrift Store.

Visit our spiritual direction room.  Come up the east stairs, and it's the fourth door on the left(Room #10). Stay as long as you like for prayer, meditation, or just a quiet moment for yourself.  Please put all books back in the shelf before you leave.  You will find things to take home with you as well. Many thanks to Pr. DanaLee Simon for making this available to us all!

Utah Food Bank Please mark your calendars that we will be sorting at the Food Bank on Saturday, September 15th from 10 am to noon.

OAKS will take the summer off and reconvene in September.

Tabor's "Faith, Ethics, and Science Roundtable" will take the summer off and meet Monday, September 24th 11:30am to 1:00 pm in Room 117 of the Research Administration Bldg at the University of Utah.  Topic: TBD.

August Birthdays

11- Max Workman

12- John Carey

21- Aaron Hanson and Duane Lee

22- MaryLou Kusserow

24- Margaret King and Sarah Lange

26- Phoebe Workman

29- Ben Kusserow

30- Charles Peterson and Dan Wall

  

Congregation Council

Council and SAS team will be meeting on Sunday, August 12th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Utah Food Bank    

We will be sorting food on Saturday, September 15th from 10 a.m. to noon.  Please join us at the Utah Food Bank, 3150 South 900 West, at 10 a.m.  All are invited.


Mount Tabor Deadlines

The Tabor Trumpet deadline is the 20th of the month. Weekly bulletin information and announcements need to be in the office by Wednesday.


Recurring Activities

Choir Rehearsal (Sept-May)
Every Tuesday, 7:30pm

Martha Circle
2nd Thursday, 1 pm

OAKS (Sept-May)
3rd Wednesday, Noon