Vonda Swisher continues to undergo physical therapy in Forest Hills. Pam Thrash is back home after being hospitalized with blood clots in her lungs and legs as well as being treated for cellulitis in her legs. Jimmy Thrash is to consult with his doctor on Nov. 19 concerning the tumor inside his head. Harold Hudson had several teeth pulled last week.

    Justin Glasgow was to undergo outpatient surgery last Thursday to remove a piece of glass from  his foot.  Brenda McCreary remains at home where she is recuperating from foot surgery and a blood clot in her leg. Jeff  Bigler’s back pain will be monitored for one month.  If there is no improvement, he will undergo surgery to fuse the bones in his vertebrae.  Mary Zink was to undergo an MRI last Wednesday and to consult with a specialist in Cleveland Clinic last Friday for the problems she is experiencing with the circulation in her legs. Tom Denney, Homer & Linda’s son,  has been in ICU at Wheeling Hospital since early last week.  Jim Higgins, Amy’s father-in-law, is experiencing serious problems with diverticulitis.  Jill Zatezalo was to have a cat-scan on a mass on her stomach last Wednesday. Lyn Pacifico, Kay Sowinski’s cousin and our sister-in-Christ, was scheduled for cataract surgery last Friday. John Baker, Darlene’s brother-in-law, lost most of his belongings in a mobile home fire a few days ago.

Pam Tribbie is recovering from hip surgery. Megan Burgy, an 8-year old student in the St. C. school system, experienced some brain damage after being found facedown in a bathtub a couple weeks ago. She remains in Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital.

    Kyle Digiandomenico is to go to Guatemala for a mission trip Nov. 17-24.

Let’s continue praying for Clyde Carpenter, Jeff Cross (Darin & Kim Clark’s brother-in-law),  Susan Foy (Bill Rice’s niece, cancer), Brian Games, June Goodman, Faith Hilton (Bunky Loy’s granddaughter), Mabel Hutson, Janet Irvin  (friend of Pat Rice), Ethel Kent, Judy Kinemond  (Mary Donna Wodarcyk’s daughter-in-law, cancer), Esther Koerber, Steve Lattocha, Charlotte Mason (Mae Deller’s daughter, cancer), Paul Moore (Brenda Sponhaltz’s brother-in-law), Peg Spielvogel, Mike Tribbie and Sue Wirsing.

Our prayers continue for Leslie Judge as she prepares for the arrival of their new addition in December.

Those who are no longer able to worship with us regularly need our continued prayers and encouragement…Evelyn Barker, Bill & Sue Daley, Mae Deller, Wilda Freeland, Bill Kopyar, Joyce Orzolek, Harry Schrum, Alice Shunk, Leon & June Smith, Jim  Thrash, Marlene Trisolene and Joanne Wallner.


    John & Mary Taylor left for Florida for the winter the latter part of last week.  We will miss them and look forward to seeing them in a few months.


As we remember our Veterans today, please continue praying for those from our church family and extended church family who are serving in the  military…Jason Harris (Bill & Pat Rice’s son-in-law), Bill Randolph (Matt’s father  is to return to the states from Afghanistan within a few days), Nathan Rodak (Jay & Rhonda’s son) and  Joey Stenger (Joe & Karen’s son).


We extend our deepest sympathy to Dave Conway and his family in last Thursday’s death of his mother, Esther Mae Conway, who was a member of the Sandy Ridge congregation near Barnesville.


We congratulate Jerry Hatcher and Kelly Westervelt on being united in marriage yesterday.  They will worship with the Westerville congregation.   If you would like to donate some cash to help the Money-Tree for them to grow, please give the money to Gail Bigler, Amy Games or Pam Moore by Wednesday, Nov. 28.  We will honor the newlyweds with a Bridal Shower during the December Fellowship on Dec. 2 and present the tree to them at that time.


If you would like to donate any money to the fund for Samantha Gooch who recently lost her mother, please give it to Julie Daley.  Please make checks payable to “Adam Gooch.”


Several of our youth and their chaperones have been participating in the annual St.C. Youth Retreat at Grand Vue Park this weekend. They are planning to return soon after this morning’s worship service.


The Quilting Ministry involved in making quilts for use in mission work in the Ukraine meets Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. in the MP Room.    All are welcome to come and help even if you don’t quilt.


If you are willing to substitute in teaching the 3rd & 4th Grade Class or the 4,5&K class, please contact Angel Baker.


If you are willing to prepare the Lord’s Supper for one month during 2013, please sign the list on the bulletin board.


Sunday, Dec. 2, is the deadline for returning the Gleaner Cans  to help support the children at Potter Children’s Home.  If you have not been using the Cans to save your loose change and would still like to help the children, you can give your cash or check to Everett by Dec. 2.  Make the checks payable to “Potter Children’s Home.”


In light of the increasing secularization of our society,  Phil Sanders will explore what it means to allow God to work in our lives by acknowledging and accepting His leadership in our lives as he presents next week’s lesson, “Let God Be God.” The nationally televised program can be viewed every Sunday at 7:30 a.m. on WTRF-TV, Ch. 7.


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