Bulletin: October 3, 2021


Our Worship…

As The Deer
Living Hope
We Praise Thee, O God
Family News
The Public Reading of Scripture:
Ephesians 4:23-32
They’ll Know We Are Christians By Our Love
Before the Throne of God Above
Special Offering and Prayer
I Will Call Upon the Lord
Humble Yourselves
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
Lord’s Supper
Let the Beauty of Jesus be Seen
Ring Out the Message
Video: What If
Message: Gathering for Scattering
Shine, Jesus, Shine
Prayer of Blessing
The Battle Belongs to the Lord

Church Family Update…

Today we attempt do something we have never tried before… We will attempt to become a “debt-free church.” This will grant new freedom for doing more ministry and more missions. Please be generous. If you want to spread your gift over a period of time, then just note in the offering basket allow our elders to be aware of your intentions.  Or, if you want to delay your gift for a few weeks, that would also be useful information for our shepherds to know about. Please communicate (maybe on your Communication Card anything you want our elders to know about.) God bless us in this moment of sacrificial giving.

Remember the Wednesday Night Devo and Bible Study… There is something for all ages, meeting at the church building from 6-7pm for a brief time of worship followed by Bible classes and discussion. Check it out.

Attend Sunday Bible Classes… Today Jim Klein concludes his class on: “How We Got The Bible.” The class has been packed with great information about how the Bible came together. Thank you, Jim for your hard work. Kirk Davidson will be teaching from the book of Colossians next week.

Dalton Gardens Ladies Retreat (Oct 1-3)…  Thanks to all the ladies who participated; and thanks to all who planned it.

Nicaragua mission trip planned for March 25 thru April 2… Assuming all goes well today in erasing in our debt, this will be the most affordable mission trip we can take. Stay tuned for more details… Please be in prayer about joining our next team.

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