June 20, 2021
4th Sunday after Pentecost
1 Samuel 17:1a, 4–11, 19–23, 32–49 David kills Goliath.
Psalm 9:9–20 The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed and needy.
2 Corinthians 6:1–13 Paul invites the Corinthians to open their hearts.
Mark 4:35–41 Jesus calms a storm.
Sermon: “Great Expectations” – Pastor Scott Leonard preaching
Now is the time to spruce up your yard or garden! Our Geo Gourd Birdhouse from Peru is made using mates burilados (gourd burning) traditions passed down through generations to create this unique birdhouse, colored by hand in the natural dyes and flames.
Our Patina watering can from India is handmade from partially recycled iron sheets. This watering can has both functional and vintage-inspired decorative appeal. It is cut and welded by hand, then stamped and finished in antiqued teal and gold tones.
These and many, many more unique handcrafted items from 38 different countries are available at our FAIR TRADE SHOP, STONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 8 SO. PARK ROW, CLINTON. Purchasing fair trade items ensures artisans and small farmers fair wages and healthy working conditions, providing dignity, sustainable development and hope to marginalized people.
Our hours are 10am to 4pm every Thursday and second Saturdays and 10am to 4pm at the Farmer’s Market on the Village Green every Thursday, starting June 3rd. Some items are still on sale for 25% off. Face masks are required. LET US BE YOUR GO-TO GIFT SHOP! For more information, visit our website at https://buildingstonesshoppe.square.site or www.facebook.com/buildingstonesfairtradeshoppe