[ral-ee] verb (used with object), ral·lied, ral·ly·ing.
1. to bring into order again; gather and organize or inspire anew;
2. to draw or call (persons) together for a common action or effort;
3. to concentrate or revive, as one's strength, spirits, etc.
Rally Sunday – When we bring to order again our Sunday morning classes to inspire anew; call everyone together for the common action of reviving our spirits in study of God, the Bible and all things relevant to being an active part of First Presbyterian Church of Tyler.
Who: You and your friends
What: Rally Sunday and continental breakfast
When: Sunday, September 9 at 9:30 a.m.
Where: Starting in the Fellowship Hall; moving to the 2nd floor of the church building
Why: To provide a chance to meet teachers and members of the various classes from each of the adult Christian education groups of study offered in our church; to celebrate the beginning of a whole new study year; to see friends and make new friends while we enjoy fellowship with one another
Join your community for breakfast; and don’t miss the program, which will include special activities for all ages. Get a sneak preview of new opportunities planned for adults, youth and little ones.
See y’all Sunday!