I hope you all are doing well. We have a good number of folks in our bulletin requesting prayer. Don’t forget if you are at home you can find our bulletin here on our website. Just go to the “Media” menu item and click on it.
Gene has a new lesson below on his series “The Church.” His title is “Elders and Deacons.” I have a new lesson posted below that continues my series on Jude. Mine is titled, “Bad Dreams.” It’s from Jude v.8-10. I hope you are edified and encouraged by the lessons that Gene and I post.
Please wear a mask at our Sunday service and Wednesday service. We will continue to do our best to make our building environment safe. Gene has made a little more space in our pews so that we can handle more people without having to bring chairs in the back. If you can, please try to sit as close up front as you can. Also please stay in the same seat you used for Bible class when worship time comes. This helps us keep everyone safe.
Don’t forget we are now doing Bible classes on Sunday morning at 9:30 AM. We have a class for the adults and one for the kids. It’s good that we have our Sunday morning and Wednesday night somewhat back to normal. Hopefully we’ll add more soon.
I know some of you may not yet feel safe to come to our Sunday service or our Wednesday service but I pray that the Lord will always continue to be with you. I do look forward to everyone coming back again. Don’t forget when you arrive on Sunday morning that communion cups will be at the back of the auditorium for you to pick up on your way in. Also there will be a contribution plate for you to drop your contribution in. Gene and I will still be posting our Sunday lessons for all of you to view.
Gene Newton – The Church: Elders and Deacons
Here is Bob’s lesson for 02/21/2021
Here’s a Lord’s Supper Meditation
Don’t forget to check our bulletin board in the foyer and our bulletin for what items we need next month. Our next giveaway will be March 13. Our food pantry giveaway on February 12 was hampered by rain (I think). We gave away 61 boxes so I’m glad (as I’m sure you are) that we had a lot of people get food that they need. Plus they tell us each month how much they appreciate what we do. Your generosity as a congregation is bearing fruit in our community. Keep praying for our congregation, our community, our county, our state, and our country. Let your light shine during this time when you have the opportunity.