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Bulletin Announcements, October 20, 2019

The Great Pumpkin Fest
FUN, SAFE & FREE EVENT for your Family & Friends
Thursday, October 31st 6:30-8:30 pm
There will be games, candy and lots of fun!  Invite your family and friends!
 
PATRON SAINTS . . .Thank you to all who have donated already! We have about one half of the funds that are needed for generator lights, games and other supplies. If you would like to be a Patron Saint to help fund this event, please mark your giving envelope “Patron Saint”. No amount is too small. Your generous donations are what make this neighborhood outreach possible.
 
MORE CANDY NEEDED . . . There is a container on a table in the lobby for your candy donations, the kind that are individually wrapped.
 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED . . . Men, women and youth of every age are needed for a variety of jobs: pre-event preparation, setup, helping with the games, clean up, etc. We especially need people to help set up on Thursday, October 31st. A sign-up sheet is available at the Information Counter.
 
“TRUNK OR TREAT” . . . If you would like to be a part of our “Trunk or Treat” area for October 31st, there is a sign-up on the office window in the lobby. For more details, contact Pastor Lynn.

New Adult Sunday School Class
Sunday, October 27th at 9:30 a.m. we will begin a new adult Sunday School class by Rick Warren titled, “The Miracle of Mercy”. Did you know that mercy is God’s number one characteristic in the Bible? The world portrays God as a God of anger and judgment. But God shows himself first and foremost as a God of mercy. If mercy is God’s number one characteristic that he reveals to us in the Bible – if that is the most important thing he wants us to know about him – then it must be the most important thing for us to learn about him. And it must be the most important character trait that God wants to develop in us. We hope you will join us for the next 6 weeks as we discover what mercy really looks like.
 
Hume Lake Camp will be July 19-25, 2020
Registration begins in January, 2020 for your High School, Middle School and Elementary (ages 8-12 by June 2020) students, and will require a $100.00 deposit to secure each camper’s spot. More information will follow as we get closer to January.


Bulletin Announcements, October 6, 2019

The Great Pumpkin Fest
FUN, SAFE & FREE EVENT for your Family & Friends
Thursday, October 31st 6:30-8:30 pm
There will be games, candy and lots of fun!  Invite your family and friends!
 
PATRON SAINTS . . .Thank you to all who have donated already! We have about one fourth of the funds that are needed for generator lights, games and other supplies. If you would like to be a Patron Saint to help fund this event, please mark your giving envelope “Patron Saint”. No amount is too small. Your generous donations are what make this neighborhood outreach possible.
 
MORE CANDY NEEDED . . . There is a container on a table in the lobby for your candy donations, the kind that are individually wrapped.
 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED . . . Men, women and youth of every age are needed for a variety of jobs: pre-event preparation, setup, helping with the games, clean up, etc. We especially need people to help set up on Thursday, October 31st. A sign-up sheet is available at the Information Counter.
 
“TRUNK OR TREAT” . . . If you would like to be a part of our “Trunk or Treat” area for October 31st, there is a sign-up on the office window in the lobby. For more details, contact Pastor Lynn.
 
Change Her Story
We are so excited that our church has currently helped 18 women change their story, giving them dignity, hope, and their own businesses! Follow our monthly progress on the Change Her Story poster on the Mission Board in the lobby. You can join us as we work toward our next $1,000 goal. Pick up a “Change Her Story” bank at the Information Counter and fill it with your loose change. When your bank is full, return it to the Information Counter. Be sure to include your name on a piece of paper inside your bank when returning it in order to receive giving credit.
 


Bulletin Announcements, September 29, 2019

It’s Christmas Choir Time!
Choir rehearsal begins this Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm. We would love to have you join the choir for the Christmas Season! If you are interested, it’s not too late sign up at the Information Counter. Both former and new members are needed.
 
Men’s Prayer & Breakfast
Men’s Prayer & Breakfast is Saturday, October 5th, at 8:00 am in the Conference Room (102). Join us as we pray for the needs of our church family and friends, followed by breakfast at a nearby restaurant.
 
The Great Pumpkin Fest
FUN, SAFE & FREE EVENT for your Family & Friends
Thursday, October 31st 6:30-8:30 pm
There will be games, candy and lots of fun!  Invite your family and friends!
 
PATRON SAINTS . . .Thank you to all who have donated already! We have about one fourth of the funds that are needed for generator lights, games and other supplies. If you would like to be a Patron Saint to help fund this event, please mark your giving envelope “Patron Saint”. No amount is too small. Your generous donations are what make this neighborhood outreach possible.
 
MORE CANDY NEEDED . . . There is a container on a table in the lobby for your candy donations, the kind that are individually wrapped.
 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED . . . Men, women and youth of every age are needed for a variety of jobs: pre-event preparation, setup, helping with the games, clean up, etc. We especially need people to help set up on Thursday, October 31st. A sign-up sheet is available at the Information Counter.
 
“TRUNK OR TREAT” . . . If you would like to be a part of our “Trunk or Treat” area for October 31st, there is a sign-up on the office window in the lobby. For more details, contact Pastor Lynn.
 
 


Bulletin Announcements, September 22, 2019

“The Great Pumpkin Fest” 
Our annual event for families in our community will be on Thursday, October 31st. Funds are needed for generator lights, inflatable games and other supplies. If you would like to be a Patron Saint to help fund this event, please make a note on a green card, stating your name and the amount you plan to give. When giving, mark your envelope “Patron Saint”. We will also need lots of candy (the kind that are individually wrapped). There is a container on a table in the lobby for your candy donations. Thank you!
 
Precept Adult Bible Study
Precept Bible Study begins Friday, September 27th, 2:00 – 4:00 pm. Join us as we begin the study, “That I May Know Him”. In this study of Colossians, we will discover the truth about who Jesus Christ is and the difference He can make in our lives.
 
Adult Christmas Choir
We would love to have you join the choir for the Christmas season! If you are interested, please sign up at the Information Counter. Both former and new members are needed. Choir rehearsals begin Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm.


Bulletin Announcements, September 15, 2019

Celebrating Irene Payne’s 100th Birthday
Join us after service for cake in the Fellowship Hall in celebration of Irene and her 100th birthday.
 
New Adult Sunday School Class
This Sunday we begin the series, “The Habits of Happiness” by Rick Warren. Join us on Sundays at 9:30 am for this 6-week study as we explore exercises for a happy heart and biblically-based ways to develop a perspective of contentment.
 
“The Great Pumpkin Fest” 
Our annual event for families in our community will be on Thursday, October 31st. Funds are needed for generator lights, inflatable games and other supplies. If you would like to be a Patron Saint to help fund this event, please make a note on a green card, stating your name and the amount you plan to give. When giving, mark your envelope “Patron Saint”. We will also need lots of candy (the kind that are individually wrapped). There is a container on a table in the lobby for your candy donations. Thank you!
 
New Precept Adult Bible Study
Does Jesus Christ meet all your needs? Your view of Christ will impact every area of your life. Our Precept Inductive Bible Study, “That I May Know Him”, will begin on Friday, September 27th at 2:00 pm. In this life changing study of Colossians, we will discover the truth about who Jesus Christ is and the difference He can make in our lives. It will help empower us to walk in a manner worthy of our calling in Christ – at home, in the church, and in the world. Sign up at the Information Counter.
 
Ladies’ Prayer & Breakfast
Ladies’ Prayer & Breakfast is Saturday, September 21st at 8:30 am in the Conference Room (102). Join us as we pray for the needs of our church family and friends, followed by breakfast at a nearby restaurant.