Bulletin 11.15.15

Prayer Requests:

Jenna Conway has requested our prayers for her friend’s brother, Richie, and his family. He recently found out that he has stage IV tongue cancer. The cancer is spreading. He is 32. Skip Gooch’s knee surgery went well. Bobby and Ashley Kniceley’s (friends of Paul Hoffman) baby died at birth. Donna Morris has been in EORH. Jimmy Thrash’s tumor has shrunk, he will be continuing chemo treatments. Mary Donna Wodarcyk was in the hospital last weekend due to heart problems (irregular heart beat) and fluid in her lungs.

On-going prayers needed:

Jim Bass, Charles Boger, Barbara Brewer (Leslie Judge’s mother, brain lesions and lung surgery), Clyde Carpenter (back surgery), Riley Charnock (friend of Alicia Estadt, serious brain problems), Alicia Estadt, Willie Glasgow (knee), Michaela Hinkle (emotional struggles), Ed Hirauk, Nancy Hudson (eye problems), John Isiminger (Brenda McCreary’s dad, fall), Janie Judge (Jamie’s mother), Molly Leonard (Sam & Delores Burkhart’s daughter, lung cancer), Leah McIntosh (Elaine Sambuco’s cousin, leukemia), Bill Richards, Ralph Roach (back surgery Nov. 23rd), Ruth Satterfield (broken collar bone), Frank Sponhaltz (Cumberland Pointe), John Wodarcyk, Joan Wolfgong (Rhonda Rodak’s mom, heart valve replacement Dec. 1st)


The ladies class continues Tuesday at 6pm. The discussion is based on I & II Peter, using a study guide by Kristy Huntsman.


Ladies 18 and over are invited to an ornament exchange on Dec. 3rd, 5:30 p.m. at Mehlman’s Cafeteria. Please bring a $5-$10 wrapped ornament. There is a sign-up sheet on the board in the foyer. COMMUNION PREPARATION 2016 If you are able to prepare communion for one month in 2016, please sign up on the bulletin board.


We celebrate with Bruce Stanford who made the decision to be re-baptized into Christ last Tuesday.  He will be in Care Group C.


Our annual Thanksgiving Devotional will be held on Wednesday, November 25th.


On Sunday November 29th, we will be having a work day to pack and move to the new building. Work will begin at 2pm. We will not be having our evening worship service, but we will have a communion service at 6pm.


Pews: 16’ 6” – $200 12’ – $175 5’ – $75 Folding chairs: Regular – $5 Please see Jason Baker about purchasing. Free 19” TV – See the shepherds if interested


Having sold our current building, we will be moving to a temporary sanctuary at our new home, the old Woodbury building. Our last service here will be November 29. No Wednesday evening class for December 2. Our first service will be December 6 at 47694 Reservoir Rd. If are able to help, please sign the list on the bulletin board. If you are able to make use of any of the materials from the craft room upstairs, you are encouraged to take what you can use.


Move Classrooms, Supply, Nursery – Nov 23-25 Tim McKeen coordinate Thanksgiving Devotional – November 25 Pews Loosened/Removed – Nov 30-Dec 4 Doug Frye coordinate Last Sunday at 190 Woodrow – November 29 Move PA System & Projector – Nov 30-Dec 3 Darin Clark coordinate Offices – Nov 30-Dec 4 Fellowship Hall, Kitchen, Storage Rm – Dec 4-5 Jamie Judge coordinate No Wednesday Bible Class – December 2 First Worship at Reservoir Road – December 6 Attention Bible Class Teachers We will be moving all of the classroom supplies, tables and chairs on Sunday November 29 at 2PM.  If you are a Bible class teacher, please consider what supplies or other items we will need for the new building.  If you are willing, please take supplies or other items home with you and store them temporarily.  Otherwise, please place items that you would like to use in the new building in the marked boxes in the classrooms.  If an item is too large for a box, please mark that you would like it moved.  All items that are not either placed in boxes or specifically marked to be moved will be discarded.


One of the best ways to grow in your faith is to get involved. Here are just a few ways you can get plugged in! Praying for those who are sick and hurting & writing cards for them. Participate in the Ministry of Encouragement. Give old eye glasses, ink cartridges, greeting cards, “Box Tops & Campbell’s Labels for Education, for various ministries. Take food or provide other assistance to the sick and those who are grieving. Go out of your way to welcome guests in our worship gatherings. Volunteer to teach or assist in our Children’s Ministry. No experience needed, just a willingness to serve! Visit our shut-ins to encourage them. Come up with creative ways we can fulfill our mission to love God and to love people. Be active in telling the good news and loving people in tangible ways as you go through your normal rhythm of life.

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