6.7.15 Bulletin


Gail Bigler is now home after spending some time in the e-room last weekend with stomach related problems. Delores Burkhart is doing better and is now home. Wes Crum (one of our former youth ministers) recently had surgery to have a shunt replaced. Harold Dailey had a knee replacement on Wednesday. Curtis McBride (Maureen’s husband) is still having heart related problems. He will be undergoing more tests next week and may require a pacemaker. Pat Rice is not feeling well. Jacob Walton was in Children’s Hospital one day for a breathing problem resembling asthma. Jennifer Wheeler is having a difficult time

Please continue your prayers for those who need our continued prayers: Andrea & Emmalyn Baldwin, Jim Bass, Bill Daley, Hailey Huston (Dot Saunders’ 3 year old great-grand daughter), Janie Judge, Kevin Kalany, Marie Patton (Wayne’s mother), Jimmy Thrash, Alice Turley (Dorothy Nice’s sister-in-law), Sue Wirsing & Linda Workman.

Please continue to pray and encourage those who are no longer able to worship with us…Evelyn Barker, Ella Bell, Bill & Sue Daley, Mae Deller, Wilda Freeland, Joyce Orzolek, Alice Shunk, Leon Smith, Jim Thrash, Marlene Trisolene and Joanne Wallner.


Please continue to pray for those who are serving in the military: Jason Harris (Bill & Pat Rice’s son-in-law), Joey Stenger (Joe & Karen’s son) and Tyrell Watson.


The Ladies’ Bible class will be taking a break over the summer. There will be a potluck dinner for all teen girls and ladies on Tuesday, June 16th at 6pm. Classes will resume some time in August.


We extend our sympathy to Amy Gray. Her brother, Albert E. Phillips Sr., passed away Tuesday. There is no visitation and a service was held at the convenience of the family at Wilson Funeral Home.


Congratulations to Rhonda and Jay Rodak at the birth of their new grand daughter. Georgia Lee Rodak was born to Matt and Emily on Tuesday (June 2nd) in Lancaster, PA. She was 7lb 4oz, 20 inches long. Everyone is doing well.


We will gather for a fellowship meal after our evening worship time to honor those with birthdays and anniversaries in June. Care group C will be in charge of set-up & clean-up. Everyone is invited to stay and fellowship together.


Carol Kovachic wants to thank everyone who donated the stuffed animals for the Girl’s Group Home. She has enough of the stuffed animals but is in need of used suit cases or back packs/bags etc. for young girls & boys going to camp.


Thanks to everyone who is teaching this summer in our children’s ministry. We still have spots to fill for the rest of the year, so please sign up on the bulletin board across from Keaton’s office. If you have questions or needs, please see Brian Games. Thanks in advance for helping with this important work!


     The Thursday Night Devo will be at the Estadt’s this week at 7pm.


We will be leading worship at Forest Hills Nursing Home next week (14th) at 2:30pm.



     We are excited to welcome Keaton Forsythe to our ministry team to work with our youth. Keaton was a student at Lipscomb and a graduate of OVU, from Hendersonville, TN.


Beginning today, we will have an attended nursery to begin after class, during the worship gathering for 1-5 year olds. We are still in need of volunteers, so if you can help, see one of the shepherds.


Comments are closed.