October 26, 2011 | Volume 10 Issue 18 jacksonfumc.org
A Newsletter Publication of First United Methodist Church, Jackson, Tennessee
Our Journey... Now What? “Find Us Faithful!” by David Hollis, Associate Pastor I am convinced that the desire to celebrate is within all people and is a gift from God. God moves us to rejoice, and when many of God’s children come together to rejoice it is meant to be a great party. I think of examples from Scripture: • God celebrating after creating with the joy of satisfied rest • Jesus allowing the celebration to continue at the wedding In Cana of Galilee • Three examples in Luke 15 of a shepherd, a woman, and a father, all celebrating when they find their lost sheep, coin, and son This Sunday will be a celebration at FUMC for all that God has provided and for the faithful response for God’s continued work here. We will gather together for a combined worship service at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary. We will be blessed to have an orchestra providing music for our celebratory worship. After the service, we hope all will stay for lunch in Clayton Hall, so that we can continue conversations of celebration.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS SOON REMEMBER!
Set clocks back one hour Saturday night, November 5.
Celebration Sunday October 30
10:00 AM Joint Worship Service with Choir, Orchestra, and First Awakening Band • Sanctuary Afterward enjoy “Sunday Dinner” in Clayton Hall Sunday School Classes will not meet
Another blessing we all will celebrate this Sunday is the presence of new musical leaders for FUMC. Jeremy and Allison Tubbs will be joining us as they have accepted the position left by Brandon Goff in August. They will primarily lead the music and creative worship elements for the First Awakening service. I first met Jeremy when I was coming to Lambuth and he was finishing there. His musical giftedness amazed me. I’m not sure of anything Jeremy and Allison Tubbs, he can’t play. Jeremy has a son, Liam (5), and daughter, London (6) Bachelor of Music in guitar performance from Lambuth, as well as a Master of Music in music history and a Ph. D in musicology from the University of Memphis. Jeremy co-directed the E/MI program at Lambuth with Brandon Goff, and now he continues the program with the
University of Memphis at Lambuth. I met Allison when she was leading music for a chapel service at Lambuth. She was sharing songs from a recent album she had released and discussing the faith journey behind the songs. Allison has continued to impress me with the focus she has on excellence in worship, her seemingly effortless talent, and the open faith she displays. With a Bachelor of Arts in speech pathology from Lambuth and a Master of Arts in speech-language pathology and audiology from the University of Memphis, Allison works as a speech pathologist in the Jackson-Madison County School System. They come to us with over ten years of experience in leading worship, primarily in Memphis. Jeremy and Allison's presence serves as a reminder to us of the importance of ongoing sacrificial giving to ensure that FUMC continues to attract the most gifted and passionate people for leadership positions. To do so, our support and facilities must be of the highest caliber, and thanks be to God for the faithfulness over many generations that has brought us where we are. This is what we will celebrate on Sunday! I hope you will all join us and rejoice at what God is doing here.
Thanks to everyone who has participated in the Annual Giving 2012 and Capital Improvements effort by returning your Estimate of Giving cards.
If you were not present Sunday during worship, please mail your cards this week. Giving is one of the spiritual disciplines and at FUMC the primary way to participate is by committing to give proportionately and regularly. See page 3 for History of Operating Budget
SHARING HIS LOVE
First Edition October 26, 2011
INVITE A FRIEND SUNDAY! NOVEMBER 13
Reach out to family, friends, and neighbors who may not have a church home. Invite them to attend FUMC with you on this special day. Who knows...they might want to return the next week! Every friend will receive a gift bag.
Sympathies • Sympathy is extended to Marie Pardue and Paige Ryan in the recent death of their father and grandfather, Alton Henderson in Jasper, Florida.
B A P T I SM Rhett Matthew Nelson, son of Matthew and Megan Nelson, received the sacrament of baptism on Sunday, October 16. He is the grandson of Robert and Lou Ann Nelson and John and Cindy Silva and great-grandson of Dr. John Nelson.
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! Heath and Sherry Harpole joined FUMC Sunday, October 16. Heath works for the Jackson Recreation and Parks Department and Sherry works for Dyersburg State. They have two children, Harrison (3 years) and Sarah (10 months).
Richard and Jenni Thorn joined FUMC Sunday, October 16. Richard is a GED instructor at Whiteville Correctional Facility and Jenni works at RIFA as the Community Outreach Director.
“The gifts you make in your estate plan continue to carry the love and grace of God across time. Consider how you might make a lasting gift and leave a legacy for your Church.” To learn about FUMC’s Foundation and Planned Giving, contact Jim Scott, Chairman. 668-4775 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Greeters Greeters for Sunday, October 30 John & Ginger New, Lisa Hurd, Roger & Rebecca Smith Greeters for Sunday, November 6 Garey & Jan Littrell, Kathryn Jobe, Brian & Ashley Taylor, Jim McLemore, Mike & Nan Simmons, Chris & Jerri Sue Maxwell, Preston & Allison Miller If you are unable to greet, please find a replacement.
MANY THANKS TO ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES SERVING AS VOLUNTEERS THIS WINTER! SERVING OPPORTUNITY FOR OTHERS:
In addition to the nights we commit to host, there are sometimes cancellations that occur leaving an opening on the Room in the Inn calendar. Because we are so close to the Area Relief Ministries office, we are one of the first churches to be called on to fill such an opening. We would love to have a "Room in the Inn First Responder Team" made up of those whose class/group is not able to host a night, or who simply want to support the program above and beyond the normal commitment. The need for such a team may not even arise with more churches than ever hosting, but we want to be prepared just in case. We especially need men on this team who would commit to spend the night. Also, you would not be committing to filling every vacancy, as the church facilities would have to be open to accommodating Room in the Inn as well. Please contact Sharon Matthews or Niki Shires if you are interested in serving on this team."
First Edition October 26, 2011
Attention All Sunday School Members!
Our Journey... Now What? Why An Estimate of Giving? Each family’s Estimate of Annual Giving, combined with the commitments of others, forms the basis of planning for the coming year. The annual budget for each year is based on the total estimates made by all members. The Finance Committee analyzes historical giving patterns and, from the total commitments for the coming year, they: • Subtract a percentage for shrinkage - estimates that will not be completed due to deaths, moves or change in circumstances (Last year that figure was 7%). • Add a percentage for gifts given over the estimated amounts (Last year, 2%). • Add a percentage for other gifts (Last year, 6%). • Add other revenue, like fees for building use, books, directories, etc. (Last year, 1%).
Sunday School Challenge Through November 2
Winners will be announced Nov. 6 Grand Prize: Brunch by Gena
The class with the highest percentage of members turning in Estimate of Giving cards, both Annual Giving and Capital Improvements, will be treated to a delicious brunch on Sunday, November 13th. What if all classes have 100% participation? FUMC will host a very large brunch!
The result is the figure the Finance Committee uses for revenue for the coming year. As is demonstrated in the chart and figures below, the pattern of giving was on an upward trajectory from 1996 to 2008; but following the financial difficulties of 2008, it has trended down. As good stewards, the Finance Committee has always been committed to approving a balanced budget and that will be true for next year’s budget, too. Work will begin right away on the 2012 budget and when it is approved, it will be reported in this publication. It is usually after the first of the year before this work is complete, because knowing how one year ended helps in decision making for the next year.
FUMC History of Operating Budgets 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
$976,981 $1,085,556 $1,213,716 $1,211,383 $1,302,838 $1,340,518
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
$1,373,786 $1,430,448 $1,422,902 $1,626,235 $1,682,002 $1,792,526
2008 2009 2010 2011
$1,910,950 $1,719,122 $1,677,880 $1,674,918
Mid-Week Downtown Worship Service 12 Noon - 12:30 PM Sanctuary Wednesdays starting November 2 Singing • Reflection Scripture • Communion
Experience Life on the Street with Street Children of Kampola, Africa Follow Andrew Kirk’s blog www.ichoose2Be.blogspot.com as he experiences firsthand the daily life and struggles of these children. Andrew served as the session leader for Youth Week 2011 at FUMC. He is now working in Christian education among ten thousand street children. Andrew is the son of FUMC members, Cecil and Tharon Kirk.
First Edition October 26, 2011
Youth Church League Basketball 2012
C O NF I R M A ND R EA D ER Wesley Hudson - November 6 My name is Wesley Hudson. I was born on December 16, 1999 in Jackson TN. My parents are Walter and LaDawn Hudson. I have an older brother named Walter IV and a dog named Bella. My grandparents are Margaret Hudson Stegall of Jackson and Bobby and Adele Moore of Trenton. I’ve been at FUMC my entire life. I am in the 6th grade at USJ. My hobbies are football, basketball, and golf. I also enjoy having fun with my friends.
Sign up NOW!
Sign up at gym office or e-mail email@example.com Sign up deadline:
November 18, 2011
Registration/Jersey Fee: $60.00* (* $25.00 reimbursement with returned jersey at end of season) Teams: 1. Boy’s High School 2. Girl’s High School 3. Boy’s Middle School 4. Girl’s Middle School Coaches needed See Marilynn for info!
Games start January, 2012 Season ends mid-March
Saturday, October 29 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. (Set up time: 12:30 p.m.)
In partnership with Jackson Downtown Development Corporation’s 7th Annual Halloween Extravaganza How can BOO, I mean, YOU participate? Check out the information packet located on the Information Board or contact Marilynn, 422-4002 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Notes November Mission Focus:
Reelfoot Rural Ministries Christmas Toy Drive November Mission Chest Needs: Infants Under 12 Months - Toys and clothes Ages 1-5 Educational toys & CD/DVDs, car and riding toys, doll accessories, linking toys, Lego and stacking toys, push toys, blocks, dressup clothes, activity mat Ages 6-8 - Silly bands, jewelry, purses, hair accessories, flashlights, journals, dress-up clothes, baseballs/softballs, bats, gloves, soccer balls, bikes, scooters, skateboards, fishing/hunting supplies, handheld games, hats, hot wheels, sleeping bags Ages 9-13 - Nerf balls, video games, fishing poles and tackle, handheld games, Transformers, skateboards, bikes, hair products, barrettes, art & craft supplies, make-up, purses, Princess Barbie, sunglasses, earrings, necklaces, fancy pens, journals,
baseballs, footballs, basketballs, flashlights, camouflaged turkey/ duck calls, DVD players, hats, gloves, scarves, sleeping bags, cameras, scrapbooking supplies Ages 14-16 - DVD/CD/MP3 players, posters/pictures, flashlights, alarm clocks, cameras, pens, journals, skateboards, bike, mountain bike, roller skates, cookbooks, outdoor games, pajamas, binoculars, walkie talkies, gun cleaning kits, sleeping bags, camouflaged hats/gloves/shirts/ pants, camouflaged animal calls Board Games - Apples to Apples, Cranium, In a Pickle, Outburst, Pictionary, Operation, Life, Sorry, Clue, Battleship, Boggle, Trouble
First Edition October 26, 2011
Adult Opportunities Contact Pam Jaco, email@example.com, 422-4002
Christmas at Opryland
December 8-9 Rockettes “Christmas Spectacular” and
spend the night in a Garden view room at
The Opryland Hotel
Next day, Lunch in Historic Franklin, TN... all decorated for Christmas!
Leave all the driving to us - transportation on a chartered bus provided.
Reserve your spot today...
Call Pam at 422-4002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
STEPHEN MINISTRY IS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN & WOMEN
Stephen Ministry will be training new Stephen Ministers starting in January. We are looking for persons who are interested in a one-on-one ministry of listening and caring. A Stephen Minister walks along beside someone who is facing a crisis in his or her life, or in his or her family’s life, or who just needs someone to be there to listen and to share life’s issues for a little while. Interested in becoming a Stephen Minister? Please contact Tharon Kirk at 660-4354, or David Hollis or Cecil Kirk at the church, 422-4002. Could this be a ministry to which God is calling you? We ask you to prayerfully consider it.
February 18, 2012 2:00 p.m. Orpheum Theatre Experience the music and story of our “hometown hero”, Carl Perkins, along with Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash.
e in A onc fetime a li ROLL & K C RO TURE ADVEN Cost: $105. Includes charter bus, theatre ticket, and “a-wholelot-of-shaking!” Tickets now available for purchase. Call the church office, 422-4002, and reserve yours.
Jackson Choral Society Darian Krimm, conductor
Sunday, November 6, 2011
First Baptist Church
1627 N. Highland Ave., Jackson TN
Ten FUMC Choir participants combine their voices in this 40 member choir... a concert you won’t want to miss! Tickets available at the door. $10 General Admission, $5 Students For more information, contact Darian Krimm, 422-4002.
First Edition October 26, 2011
Sunday, October 30 Confirmation Fall Retreat 10:00 AM Celebration Sunday/Joint Worship 11:30 AM Combined Service Lunch 4:00 PM “Current” UMY - BARF in the Hay Monday, October 31 1:30 PM Staff Meeting 5:30 PM Sr. Olympic Basketball 7:30 PM Men’s Basketball Tuesday, November 1 7:00 AM UMM Bible Study 11:30 AM Key Leaders Meeting 4:15 PM Zumba 5:30 PM Finance Committee Meeting 6:00 PM Higher Education Team Meeting Wednesday, November 2 10:00 AM Pastors Bible Study Invitation to Presence 12:00 PM Communion Service 3:30 PM WINGS (Witnessing IN God’s Sanctuary) WEF Open Gym 3:45 PM Girl Scout Meeting 4:00 PM Confirmation Reading Rehearsal 5:00 PM WEF Dinners 5:30 PM Angel Choir Practice 5:45 PM Confirmation Class 6:00 PM Good News Choir Practice 10 Things Jesus Never Said Children’s WEF Programming First Samuel Study Prime Ringers Spiritual Parenting “Being Prayer” 6:30 PM Celebration Singers Practice 7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal Thursday, November 3 9:00 AM Conference Event: Day w/ Marjorie Thompson 4:15 PM Zumba 5:30 PM Sr. Olympic Basketball Friday, November 4 12:00 PM Brown Bag Bible Study First Friday Forum 5:30 PM Parents Night Out Saturday, November 5 8:00 AM “Current” UMY Youth Day
JEAN MUNROE ASSOCIATES with the assistance of The Conflict Resolution Center of West Tennessee and Board Chair Linda Warren Seely will present RULE 31
CIVIL MEDIATION TRAINING
November 7-11, 2011 WHERE: Communities of Hope, 636 Wallace Road, Jackson, TN 38305 For cost and other details, contact Linda Warren Seely, email@example.com
Altar Guild Memorials
The FUMC Altar Guild is now accepting memorials and honoraria for use in decorating the church during the Advent season. If you would like to make a gift in memory or honor of a loved one, please mail or bring your contribution to the church office by Friday, December 2. Names will be listed in the Christmas Newsletter, December 14, and the Sunday bulletin, December 18. Please mark your check “Christmas Decorations” and include a note with the name(s) as you would like them to appear. Contributions may be sent to: FUMC, Attn. Charlene Barnett, 200 S. Church St., Jackson, TN 38301. If you have any questions, please call Charlene at the church office, 422-4002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FUMC Kids’ News Proverbs 22:6 - Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.
to all who came to the Safe Sanctuary Trainings! Parents Get Excited!! It’s time for
Parents Night Out Friday, November 4 • 5:30- 9:00 p.m. $5/child • Food Provided Medical Release Form Required
Please register by Tuesday, November 1st by email, email@example.com or calling the church at 422-4002
First Edition October 26, 2011
by Bob Shuttleworth
Two things to consider for home safety.... • Back your car into your garage or leave it in your driveway with the front facing out. This system will allow you to make a much quicker exit in case of an emergency. • Place your car keys on the table beside your bed when you sleep at night. If you hear an intruder, press the panic button on your keys. This will deter most intruders because they want to achieve their purpose with little or no attention. Secondly, it will alert your neighbors. The panic alarm will continue until you shut if off or until the battery goes down. After a while, it will certainly garner a good bit of attention. Be safe....be vigilant....and be well.
Christmas for New Southern... Santa Claus is Coming! The Family Life Forum Sunday School Class will again be hosting their annual Christmas party for the residents of New Southern. Eighty-five folks who reside here are either elderly and/or disabled and in need of much assistance.
Want to help make their Christmas a little merrier ?
You are invited to make a donation toward a Christmas gift card of up to $25 or to help with the cost of the dinner for each resident for their party December 6. On Sunday, November 6, 13, 20 and 27, stop by the table in the main lobby (Disciple Hall). Class members will greet you and be ready to accept your contributions between worship services, either as cash or check. Please make checks payable to FUMC designated for the New Southern Christmas party.
The Jackson District of the United Methodist Conference invites all women to
SoulFeast Saturday Saturday, November 12 • 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
A day of renewal for women composed of scripture, prayer, reflection, silence, holy listening, fellowship and communion. Harris Grove United Methodist Church Windy City & Harris Grove Roads Jackson, TN Cost: Free, optional box lunch for $8 or bring your own lunch No reservations neccessary, just come and be renewed. Questions? Contact Jennifer Trently, firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-9578.
Weekly Opportunities Sunday, November 6
All Saints Sunday 9:00 AM Communion First Awakening Service
10:00 AM Sunday School New Southern Christmas Giving Opportunity 11:00 AM Communion Traditional Service 5:00 PM “Current” UMY Monday, November 7 1:30 PM Staff Meeting 5:30 PM Sr. Olympic Basketball Children’s Council Meeting 7:00 PM Boy Scouts - Troop 12 7:30 PM Men’s Basketball Tuesday, November 8 7:00 AM UMM Bible Study 4:15 PM Zumba 6:00 PM Operation Hope Dinner Wednesday, November 9 10:00 AM Pastors Bible Study Invitation to Presence 12:00 PM Communion Service 3:30 PM WINGS (Witnessing IN God’s Sanctuary) WEF Open Gym 4:00 PM Confirmation Reading Rehearsal 5:00 PM WEF Dinners 5:30 PM Angel Choir Practice 5:45 PM Confirmation Class 6:00 PM Good News Choir Practice 10 Things Jesus Never Said Children’s WEF Programming First Samuel Study Prime Ringers Spiritual Parenting “Being Prayer” 6:30 PM Celebration Singers Practice 7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal Thursday, November 10 4:15 PM Zumba 5:30 PM Sr. Olympic Basketball 6:00 PM First Awakening Band Rehearsal Friday, November 11 11:00 AM Grandmother’s LAP (Love and Praise) Group Saturday, November 12 3:00 PM Whitman Wedding
First Edition October 26, 2011
Note of Appreciation “It amazes Cindy and me how blessed we are by this church. We realize that there are so many great needs in our community and in our own congregation. It is humbling and sincerely appreciated to receive such an unexpected and generous donation to use for Jill’s care. It is very needed and will be applied to her most pressing needs. We see our church doing so many great things in this community over and beyond. The pastors, other leaders and members of the congregation have contributed greatly to our spiritual growth; often making life feel deeper, better and with “joy beyond understanding.” We are so fortunate to be a part of this church. Thank you so much for the many ways you bless us.” - Love, Steve and Cindy Spring
Advent Family Night November 30, 2011
5:00 p.m. Supper 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Fellowship Dinner 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. $6 Adults, $3 Children, $20 Family Maximum Classes/Activities 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Ten Things Jesus Never Said
Mike Butler will lead a five week class based on the book Ten Things Jesus Never Said by Will Davis Jr. Rm. 114 (former Emmaus Class) Leaders: Mike Butler
This 11-week class empowers parents to be the primary nurturers of their childrens’ faith. Families will be transformed as they learn how to create space for God-encounters in everyday life. Book Fee: $10 (optional) • Rm. 112 (Followers) Leaders: Ryan & Molly Roy, Tim & Inge Poole, Chris & Kelly Nye and Daryll & Jenny McGuire.
Study of I Samuel: One Who Hears God
Study the life and times of one of Israel’s great leaders and prophets in this 11-week study. Interested in knowing more about a book of the Bible that has inspired poets and authors from William Shakespeare to William Faulkner? Rm. 116 (Chapel) • Leaders: Dan Camp & Cecil Kirk
Being Prayer: Prayer in the Moving, Prayer in the Making
In this interactive class, participants will explore kinesthetic, embodied prayer as a way of enlivening and deepening their relationship with the creative and creating God who made us, who loves us, and who moves through us without ceasing. Class members will take a look at how they are already moving and making their prayers, and learn new ways to deepen their relationship with God through simple creative activities and movements. Mezzanine • Leaders: Andrea Woods & Tharon Kirk
Angel Choir (Preschool) 5:30-6:00 p.m. Worship Room
Good News Choir (Grades K-1) 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Worship Room
Celebration Singers (Grades 2-5) 6:00-6:30 p.m. Worship Room
LEARN • CONNECT • GROW
College Life Class 6:30 p.m.
Crafts to give, crafts to take, treats, and games
10:00a.m. • Sundays • Room 107 NEW STUDY
All college students and recent graduates are always welcome! Questions? Contact David Hollis at email@example.com or 422-4002
First Edition October 26, 2011
Youth News & Events
Memorials & Honoraria IN LOVING MEMORY OF Terry Jones (Father of Pam Carothers) Ralph Leverett Laura, Woodson & Emmaline Farmer Joyce & Larry Sanders (Children’s Ministry) Hugh, Sue, Dorothy & Suzanne Harvey (Capital Improvements) Jim Hicks Helen Fleming (Mother of Sarah Savery) Mr. & Mrs. Heward Green Debra Anton Hugh, Sue, Dorothy & Suzanne Harvey (Capital Improvements) Mrs. Joe (Betty Ann) Stoner Mrs. Margie H. Buchanan Mary Cates (Sister of Frances Spencer) Hugh, Sue, Dorothy & Suzanne Harvey (Capital Improvements) Lee Powers Fite (Brother of David Fite) Hugh, Sue, Dorothy & Suzanne Harvey (Capital Improvements) Chuck & Patsy Camp John & Betty Lee Quinn Elizabeth Patterson (Mother of Donna Ellis) Mary Ann & Lowell Stonecipher Jake & Joan McInnis (Capital Improvements) May Scott
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YOUTH DAY Murray, Kentucky November 5 Watch for details!
Women’s Ministries en’s Wom n Brow Bag Bible y Stud
Women’s Brown Bag Bible Study First Friday of each month 12 noon - 1:00 p.m. The Queen Bees Meet in the Sunroom
2732 Highland Avenue
Join us on your Lunch Break for a time of refreshment and renewal. Women of all ages and stages invited!
Harrell Elliott Jim Hicks Grady & Elizabeth Vaughn Neely (Music) John & Betty Lee Quinn Barnett Scott (Husband of May Scott) Joyce & Larry Sanders (Children’s Ministry) Jake & Joan McInnis (Capital Improvements) Louisa Edwards Ilanette Byrd John & Betty Lee Quinn Kathryn Fonda (Mother of Kaye Hill) Jake & Joan McInnis (Capital Improvements) David Tipton (Brother of Sue Harvey) Jake & Joan McInnis (Capital Improvements) Ilanette Byrd John & Betty Lee Quinn Margaret “Bitsy” Woodson (Sister of Reba Dudley) Chuck & Patsy Camp John & Betty Lee Quinn Jerry Barrix (Husband of Phyllis Barrix, Father of Jerry Barrix) Joyce & Larry Sanders (Children’s Ministry) Anne Forde (Sister of Carolyn Forde) Brenda Alexander Joel Price (Brother of Jim Price) Ilanette Byrd Charles Case Rhea Dabney A.G. Abide Bruce Edenton Bob Conger John & Betty Lee Quinn IN LOVING APPRECIATION OF Jim Weaver Betty & Herron Morris (Capital Improvements)
October 26, 2011
Sunday Morning Worship Celebration Sunday Joint Worship Service Sanctuary • 10:00 a.m. Lunch to Follow • Clayton Hall • Sunday School will not meet
Sunday October 30
“Present Value/Future Value” - Celebration Sunday Dan Camp, preaching • Scripture: II Corinthians 9: 6-15
First Awakening Contemporary Worship Service Clayton Hall • 9:00 a.m.
Sunday November 6
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Traditional Worship Service Sanctuary • 11:00 a.m.
“Grieving Differently!” - All Saint’s Sunday Dan Camp, preaching • Scripture: I Thessalonians 4: 13-18
The flowers in the Sanctuary October 30 are in loving memory of Dr. Barnett Scott by Laura Frances and Bill Burnett. Next newsletter publication is Nov. 9
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