SEATTLE PRESBYTERY MEETING
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT
Thank you to all the wonderful folks who showed up to help out at the Presbytery meeting on Tuesday. Our campus looked gorgeous and you all went above and beyond to offer outstanding hospitality and a welcoming environment for our guests. Your hard work was very much appreciated!

SPANISH NEW MEMBERS CLASS
SUNDAY, MAY 19
On May 19, John Knox will be partnering with the Seattle Presbytery to host a New Members Class for JKPC in Spanish. If you know someone who is more comfortable speaking Spanish and has wanted to join our congregation, please contact Pastor Jon at jon@jkpcusa.org.

MEET N MINGLE
MAY 17 | 11:45AM | EAST TERRACE ROOM AT WESLEY
Meet ‘n’ Mingle is a monthly lunch gathering for senior citizens. We meet for lunch on the third Friday of the month September through May. In July we will have an annual picnic. In addition to the fellowship, we enjoy listening to a “faith-life story” of one of our sisters or brothers in Christ. Cost of lunch is only $8 and includes a selection of two entrées from the menu or a variety of sandwiches. Lunch includes a salad bar, cup of Ivar’s clam chowder, water, coffee (reg & decaf) and tea. Please be there a few minutes early for prayer right at 11:45am.
RSVP by May12 to John Nitardy at john.h.nitardy@gmail.com.

KNIGHTS AND LADIES, SIRS AND DAMES!
PREPARE YOUR ARMOR, GRAB YOUR SHIELD… AND SAVE THE DATE!
Support our JK Students and leaders in this year’s mission and outreach in Orange Walk, Belize; building community for over a decade! Join us for a Renaissance evening of bountiful feast, medieval fun and festivities! This year’s Senior Youth Auction will be held on Sunday, May 19, 6:00pm at the Cove in Normandy Park. Tickets can be purchased in person at our church office, Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm and Fri 9am-2pm, as well as the Welcome Center before and after services. $45 /couples, $25 /singles, $350 Sponsor Table (8 Guests– includes a bottle of champagne!)

Q1 FINANCIAL UPDATE
5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OUR FIRST QUARTER FINANCES

  1. Our 2019 budget is about 2.6% ($27,000) greater than our 2018 giving.
  2. Our first quarter giving was down about $5,000 compared to last year.
  3. To stay on track to meet our budget we should have been up $5,600 compared to last year.
  4. The cold weather in the first quarter hurt financially – we had extra costs for heating, and for snow removal and deicing of our campus.
  5. Your session and staff are watching the 2019 finances closely, and we will make adjustments as required.