Monday, July 27, 2015

UPCOMING EVENT: VBS 2015: ONLINE PREREGISTRATION AVAILABLE

 VBS 2015!


 PREGISTRATION?  LOOK BELOW   



Once again we are pairing up with 
Pastor Jacob Powers and Heights Church for VBS 2015!  Preregister now!  See below.  


EVEREST: Conquering Challenges With God's Mighty Power! 

DATES:  Monday August 10 to Friday August 14

TIME:  9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with lunch included!

PREREGISTRATION:  CLICK HERE

Volunteers are needed and welcome.  See Pastor. 



Sunday, July 26, 2015

SUNDAY JULY 256, 2015: Ron and Betty Thompson here today



A special welcome to Ron and Betty Thompson who will be sharing in word and song this morning.  Please be sure to check out Ron’s CD’s in the church foyer following the service.  The young folks will stay with us to enjoy the special music…no children’s church today.  Thank you Dave and Gail for hosting the Thompsons.  Diane has  After Church Fellowship this morning…and thank you Marlene for hosting last Sunday’s fellowship.  

Friday, July 24, 2015

UPCOMING EVENT: School supplies for Columbia School Drive


Thank you Roy for your assistance with delivery of school supplies.  Soon we will once again be participating in the School Supplies Drive for Columbia.  As we get into August…look for those good “deals” on supplies!
Thursday, July 23, 2015

2015 WORDS OF APPRECIATION TO OUR CHURCH FAMILY



July 26, 2015
From pastor…..again… thank you Harold for speaking last Sunday and a word of appreciation to Dave L. for taking the “welcome and prayer” time.

July 19, 2015
Thank you so much Brad and Amy for leading us in praise and worship last Sunday.  

Thank you Brad as well, for moving water this week end while pastor and family were gone.

July 12, 2015
A big WORD OF THANKS to all who joined in with the Cornwalls to help with clean up last Sunday.  Your giving hearts are sure appreciated!!  

July 5, 2015
Thank you Nelsons for hosting this past week’s Youth Group meeting.  The lake and time of food and fellowship were all very enjoyable.

June 28, 2015
Thanks to all who came to the Brighter Side of 50 and helped with preparation and clean up.  THANKS SO MUCH  Dee for the FANTASTIC  lunch.  Thank you Jim and Linda for the delicious cherries.

June 14, 2015
A HUGE THANK YOU to Bob, Yvonne, Jim, Donna, Ray and Susan for stepping in and cleaning following last Sunday's potluck. 

A "belated" word of thanks to Betty for your assistance in removing flags in the cemetery, as well as your help with general clean-up. 

June 7, 2015
Thank you so much to those who came to support our young folks at last Wednesday's Baccalaureate service. 

May 31, 2015
Thank you so much to all who assisted with Gerrie’s service and dinner yesterday.  Your ministry to her family is very much appreciated.

Until we can get the annuals in...thanks a lot Loretta for the splash of "artificial" color in the flower garden.

May 24, 2015
Thank you Fred for your assistance with the mowers this past week. 

May 17, 2015
Thank you very much Jim P. for spraying the outside of our building for wasps.  Your time (and the spray) are greatly appreciated!

May 10, 2015
Thanks so much Eric, Brad and Patty for stepping in to help Marlene, Mike and NevaJean with clean up following the last potluck!  

April 19, 2015
A sincere thank you from Dee and Pastor Ed to Jim H., Jan and Ron for your time and assistance with the first litter pick up of the year!

April 5, 2015
A word of appreciation to Jo and her Sunday School class for their presentation on Palm Sunday as well as the "Easter mints" you gave to those in attendance. 

March 29, 2015
Thank you Fred for your recent work on the church driveway.

Thank you Susan for your donation of books to the Youth Group Library. 

March 22, 2015
Thank you to all who supported the Brighter Side of 50 last Friday.  A special word of appreciation to Dave L. for heading this event for this month, the wonderful devotion, and fun game… and to Dee for her delicious meal!
 
March 15, 2015
A belated but sincere "thank you" to Brad M. for grading the church road. 
 
March 8, 2015
Thank you so much Brad M. and Clayton for assisting with transportation last Saturday to take the Youth Group to Spokane Falls Community College to see Elizabeth L. play her last basketball game.

March 1, 2015
A huge thank you to Linda, Glenda, Dee, Julie, Marlene, Fred, and Loretta, for all your time and assistance with last Sunday’s service and dinner for Roy E.

Thank you Loretta for all the work you did with the AV system this past week and to Harold for meeting with her and the sound man this past Friday (thanks as well Michele for your time).


February 22, 2015
Thank you Fred for the electrical work you did this past week. 

Also check out Brad’s $4 door (!) that he placed on the new downstairs storage.  It looks great Brad!

February 8, 2015
Thank you so much Jenni for all of your work getting the church directories and prayer calendars out to the church family. 

Thank you very much Bob and Yvonne for all the work you did in the kitchen this past Friday (they are in the process of installing some new shelves which will sure help out!).  

January 18, 2015
Thank you so much Mike S. for plowing the lot and driveway for the church this week. 

Thank you to all who signed up for the 2015 January to May AWANA Snack Coordinator's List.  You will find your copy of the schedule on the foyer table.

January 11, 2015
Thank you so much to those who stepped in and helped the Andersons with last Sunday’s Potluck dinner clean up.  The next potluck is on February 1st and the clean up crew will be Lee, Becky, Fred, Loretta, Sonya, and Betty.

Thank you Lillie, Neva Jean, Mike D., and Marc for helping pastor with taking down and putting away the Christmas decorations this past Monday.   And thank you to those who were willing to help but had plans thwarted by weather and roads.

Thank you Mike S.,  for plowing the church lot and driveway this past week!

 Thank you to the Ericksons and Lillie for the calendars/appointment books which are on the foyer tables and FREE for the taking.  

Thanks very much Diane for the delicious cookies that were enjoyed by the Youth Group as well as the church board this past week!  

Thank you Brad for constructing the table storage cabinets in the basement…they look great!  
January 4, 2015
From Ed and Julie to the church family… “Thank you so much for the very generous gift certificates as well as the tie and accessories and crystal Christmas decoration that were given to us last Sunday.  It is a joy to serve along side such a giving, caring body of believers.” 

Check out the beautiful addition to the church library…thank you so much Bob for the tremendous job you did building the bookcase for the Children’s Library.  Thank you NevaJean for filling it with great items for our kids!  

Thank you Brad and Amy for sponsoring the New Year’s Eve get-together here at the church and thank you to those who came.

Thank you Doris and Clayton for putting Christmas “goodie” bags together once again this year and for your time in making the delicious popcorn balls.     


Wednesday, July 22, 2015

CATCH-ALL TABLE AND OTHER LEFT-BEHIND ITEMS

          
On the “Catch All” table…are items for: 
Betty, Patty P. and Liz. 

Monday, July 20, 2015

Wild at Heart Retreat July 24-26

Dennis Roberts has extended an invitation to all men in the church to attend a “Wild at Heart” retreat at 3 Pine Youth Camp (north of Kelly Hill).  

It starts at 6 pm Friday, July 24 and runs thru Sunday July 26 at 1 pm.  Cost is $60.  

Dennis promises a very worthwhile time of Bible based study of a man’s role in God’s world and the need to engage men to become the leader of their family (and within the church) that God wants them to be.  He is looking for three/four men to attend and needs to know by this Wednesday, July 22.  

Please call pastor MONDAY JULY 20 to let him know or if you have questions.
Sunday, July 19, 2015

SUNDAY, JULY 19


Welcome to everyone this morning.  A sincere word of appreciation to Harold for sharing the message today during pastor’s absence. 






 Following the morning service… After Church Fellowship will take place with Marlene as our host.  Thanks for hosting last Sunday’s Fellowship Yvonne…the cookies were great!  Next Sunday’s host will be Diane.  

With Julie also gone…sorry there will be 
no Children’s Church today.
Saturday, July 18, 2015

NEXT SUNDAY: Ron Thompson concert July 26

Mark your calendar…you won’t want to miss Ron Thompson who will be here next Sunday July 26.  He will have the majority of the service with a message combined with a concert featuring songs from his newly released CD.




Wednesday, July 15, 2015

LIBRARY NEWS 2015

From our librarian, NevaJean:  …“Last year was a time of shuffling books around trying to find shelf space.  Then what joy it was to get a new children‘s book case and move their section out from adult fiction.  Now everything is easier to find….keep reading in 2015.  FYI…Yvonne was the top reader of 2014.  During the last year 291 items were checked out in comparison to 288 in 2013.” 


 ~ NEWEST REVIEW ~
Summer is here with a vengeance!  Don't forget to look over the books on the foyer table for your summer reading enjoyment.  Try the easy-reading fiction books on the narthex table.  Find a number of “Happy Ending Stories” by various authors from different states: two Lori Wick series, or two “horse lover” collections by Lauraine Snelling. Enjoy!!

LIST OF BOOKS FOR 2015 
ALPHABETIZED BY AUTHOR LAST NAME

Austin, Lynn  (Until We Reach Home)
Life in Sweden feels like an endless winter to Elin Carlson after the death of her parents.  When circumstances become unbearable, she determines to find a safe haven for her sisters.  So begins their journey to America, the land of dreams and second chances.  Found in Fiction.

Bevere, John Bevere  (Honor's Reward) 
This author is passionate to see individuals deepen their intimacy with God and experience a rewarding life both now and for eternity.  Bevere unveils the power and truth of an often overlooked principle…the spiritual law of honor…in his recent book,  Honor‘s Reward.  This insightful book teaches you how to extend honor to your Creator, family members, authorities, and those who fill your world.  Found in the Life Skills/ Christian Living section.

Camden, Elizabeth (The Rose of Winslow Street) 
Ms. Camden is a research librarian and pens this easy read contrasting two very different families fighting over the same house.  Found in Fiction.

Chaikin, Linda (The Everlasting Flame)
Meet William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, Erasmus, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, and more in this historical fiction novel, a tale of undying love for each other and God‘s Word in dangerous times.  Reading this book is like attending a play set in the 1500 to 1600s and realizing how blessed we are to have the scriptures.  Found in Fiction.

Cloud, Dr. Henry and Townsend, Dr John (God Will Make A Way) 
Sometimes on the “Road of Life” getting lost is how you find your way.  Read God Will Make a Way to know “What to do when you don’t know what to do.“  Found in the Life Skills/Christian Living Section.

Dacus, Kaye (Ransome Trilogy:  Ransome's Honor, Ransome's Crossing, Ransome's Quest)
Travel with William Ransome, Captain of the Alexandra of the Royal Navy from Portsmouth, England to a sugar plantation in the early 1800‘s with fiction writer Kaye Dacus in her Ransome Trilogy.  Book 1) Ransome’s Honor … Once youthful sweethearts, can their love be renewed?  Book 2)  Ransome’s Crossing…Danger, duty, and deception on the high seas…will true love prevail?   Book 3)  Ransome’s Quest…His sister and his wife, both kidnapped…who will the Commodore choose to rescue?   

Deibler Rose, Darlene (Evidence Not Seen)
Those of you who have read the book Unbroken about the WWII Japanese prison camps might like to read Evidence Not Seen by Darlene Deibler Rose.  This older hard cover edition is the griping story of an American missionary and woman of great faith who endured four years of forced labor and cruel deprivation at the hands of the Japanese Army during WWII.  This is amazing story.  Found under Biography And Inspiring Story section.

Guidepost (The Best Angel Stories 2014)
This new book has been added to our library. Enjoy reading these short true-life events. Found in Biography and Inspiring Stories.

Hybels, Bill  (The Power of a Whisper-Hearing God--Having the Guts to Respond)
Bill Hybels is the founding and senior pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill., and chairman of the board for the Willow Creek Association.  Read his newest book.

Jefferson, Carole (A Lode of Secrets)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.” Found in Fiction.

Jefferson, Carole (A Mountain of Mystery)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.” Found in Fiction.

Jefferson, Carole (Nobody's Safe)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.” Found in Fiction.

Jefferson, Carole (Silver Surprises)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.” Found in Fiction.

Jefferson, Carole (Time Will Tell)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.”

Jefferson, Carole (Wildfire)
A series of new mystery books published by Guideposts Books and Inspiration Media has been placed in the Fiction Section.   “Welcome to Silver Peak, a jewel of a town nestled high in the rugged grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.  Behind its rustic charm, Silver Peak has a rough-and-tumble past full of mysteries and Sadie Speers has a knack for uncovering them…using her love of antiques and Colorado history.” Found in Fiction.

Kingsbury, Karen (Coming Home)
A comment from Donna R.:  A story of faith and love.  The Baxter Family is coming together planning to celebrate their father‘s seventieth birthday when unbelievable tragedy strikes and causes a celebration to become a grief-stricken time for the family.  During this time, the individuals draw closer together revealing secrets and truths about the family history.  Love of God and love of each other carries this family through and gives them hope for the future.”  Thank you Donna for your thoughts. Found in Fiction.

Kingsbury, Karen  (The Family of Jesus) 
America’s favorite inspirational storyteller brings the family of Jesus to life.  Karen Kingsbury begins this life-changing Bible Study series with The Family of Jesus and will transport you back to the time of early Jerusalem.  Get to know the family closest to Jesus and the role they played in shaping history.  Include daily application questions, group discussion guides, and homework questions.  Found in the Bible Study section.

LaHay, Tim and Jerry Jenkins (Left Behind Series)
We now have available the Left Behind series (15 books).  It you would like to check them out…they will be stored in the left side library cupboard.

Lucado, Max (In Facing Your Giants)
Max Lucado points to God'a answers for our life giants.

Lucado, Max (In the Grip of Grace)
Max reminds us that the God who first made us is strong enough to sustain us.

Lucado, Max (Next Door Savior)
"Near enough to touch and strong enough to trust" is the theme.

Lucado, Max  (Travel Light)
Begin the new year by traveling light…releasing the burdens you were never intended to bear.  “Weary travelers… you’ve seen them…everything they own crammed into their luggage.  Staggering through terminals and hotel lobbies with overstuffed suitcases.”  Walk along Max Lucado and learn to Travel Light. Found in nonfiction.

Lucado, Max  (You'll Get Through This)
Going through tough times?  Lucado says you can get through anything with God‘s help.  Reminding you that “deliverance” to the Bible is what “Jazz music” is to Mardi Gras, Lucado offers a bold, brassy message of encouragement based on the Old Testament story of Joseph.  Learn how God can use your “mess“ for good.  Found in nonfiction area on the south wall of the library.

McCord, Kate   (In the Land of Blue Burqas) 
 Judy gives a great review and states it is a “very worthwhile read.”  She goes on to say, “This is a true account of a woman’s experience in Afghanistan…living with… and working for the benefit of the Afghan people for a period of 5 years.  While there she learned a lot about language, customs, culture and a great deal about the Muslim religion and their Holy Books.”  Check out this book which is very relevant to our present times.

Morris, Gilbert (A Man for Temperance)
Historical fiction.  "I've read it and it is a good wagon train story."  (a quote from Yvonne)

Morris, Gilbert (Angel Train)
Historical fiction.  "I've read it and it is a good wagon train story." (a quote from Yvonne)

Morris, Gilbert (Joelle's Secret)
Historical fiction.  "I've read it and it is a good wagon train story." (a quote from Yvonne)

Morris, Gilbert (Santa Fe Woman)
Historical fiction.  "I've read it and it is a good wagon train story." (a quote from Yvonne)

Morris, Gilbert  (Wakefield Dynasty:  1) The Sword of Truth 2) The Winds of God 3) The Shield 
of Honor 4) The Fields of Glory 5) The Ramparts of Heaven 6) The Song of Princes.)
Share the drama, intrigue, and adventure of England’s history, and experience the struggles of those who fought so valiantly for religious liberty.  Found in Fiction.

Nesbit, Jeff  (Peace)
Israel has just decided to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, triggering a chain of potentially cataclysmic events around the planet. Will world leaders be able to intervene before events spin out of control? Found in Fiction.

Phillips, Michael  (Angel Harp and Heather Song)
“Widowed at thirty-four, amateur harpist Marie Buchan realizes that her life and dreams are slowly slipping away.  A longed-for summer in Scotland offers far more than a change of scenery.  Not only does the music of her harp capture the fancy of the small coastal village she visits, but she is unexpectedly drawn with a love triangle involving the local curate and the local duke.”  Read Angel Harp and Heather Song,  a two-book series by famous author Michael Phillips.

Phillips, Michael (From Across the Ancient Waters and  The Treasure of the Celtic Triangle) 
A Welsh coast story set in 1867 begins with a shipwreck flashback and then continues with an extraordinary story of forgiveness and redemption.  Check out the latest two-book series which has been added to the Fiction section of the library.

Townsend, Dr John and Cloud, Dr. Henry (God Will Make A Way) 
Sometimes on the “Road of Life” getting lost is how you find your way.  Read God Will Make a Way to know “What to do when you don’t know what to do.“  Found in the Life Skills/Christian Living Section.


Sunday, July 12, 2015

SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015: Children's Church today

 Welcome to everyone this morning.  


Following the morning service After Church Fellowship will take place with Yvonne as our host.  Host for the 19th will be Marlene

Julie has Children’s Church today.
Friday, July 10, 2015

THANK YOU TO THE LITTER PICKERS...TWO MORE PICKUPS LEFT IN THE SEASON


From Dee and pastor Ed….thank you so much Jim, Donna, and Jim H. for joining in on litter pick up this past Thursday!  (Dee’s daughter Jackie also picked and thanks Dee for the pastries)   Only two more pick ups left to join in on the fun!!
Sunday, July 5, 2015

SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2015: Communion and potluck today


 

Welcome to everyone on this 4th of July week-end.  
At the conclusion of the service we will be sharing in communion.  

Immediately following the service we will enjoy a time of fellowship during  potluck.  If you have been caught off guard and not aware of dinner…plan to stay anyway.    Clean up crew will be the Cornwalls and “hopefully” some volunteers.  

No  After Church Fellowship today but next Sunday Yvonne will be our host.  Thank you Amber for hosting last Sunday’s fellowship.  

No Children’s Church today.
Friday, July 3, 2015

UPCOMING LITTER PICKING DAY THURSDAY JULY 9



Don’t forget that we will be picking litter this Thursday starting at 7 am (to beat the heat).  

Come join the group in good exercise, a good cause, and good visiting.  See Dee if you have any questions.
Sunday, June 28, 2015

SUNDAY JUNE 28, 2015


Welcome to everyone on this hot “August-like” morning!! 

Today our After Church Fellowship time will be hosted by Amber….thanks Darlene for being our host last week.  

Next Sunday will be Communion Sunday followed by potluck.  Clean up crew will be the Cornwalls and ?? (the Nelsons and Lamms are gone…any volunteers??).  

Julie has Children’s Church today.
Saturday, June 27, 2015

APOLOGY FROM PASTOR

From pastor…“I apologize to the church family, the Mariners and Jim H. for the “mix up” I created with the cherries last Sunday.  Also…to the men of the church…sorry about the Special K bars….not the best choice and no more of them will be given out as “gifts”…Yuk!”
Sunday, June 21, 2015

SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015: Father's Day

Welcome to everyone this morning…especially our Fathers!  Pastor will have an announcement for the men who are with us today.  


Please join us for a time of fellowship following the service.  Darlene will be our “host” today and next Sunday’s host will be Amber.  

Julie has Children’s Church.
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NOTICE!!   July’s potluck Sunday will take place on July 5 rather than July 12.    Clean up crew on that day will consist of the Cornwall’s, and Nelsons (the Lamms need someone to fill in for them as they will be attending a memorial service).  




A word of thanks to all who stayed last Sunday to wish Luigi a safe trip back to Italy.  Thank you to those who helped with serving and with clean up.  Contact information for Luigi can be found on the foyer stand.  
Saturday, June 20, 2015

THANK YOU FROM ED AND JULIE !!!

From Ed and Julie…  “Thank you so much to all who “showered us” last Sunday with cards, gifts, and kind words for our involvement in AWANA.  We were not only “caught off guard” but overwhelmed !  We SO MUCH appreciate your kindness!”

Friday, June 19, 2015

CHERRIES FOR SALE



The Mariner “kids” are selling cherries.

See Brad, Amy, or Kade if interested.
Sunday, June 14, 2015

SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2015: Going away reception for Luigi

Welcome on this “Flag Day” Sunday.  



Immediately following the service please join us downstairs for cake and ice cream as we say…“Until we meet again…” to 
Luigi Cavalli.  He will be returning to Italy this coming Tuesday.  It has been GREAT having you with us Luigi!!!!  God Bless you!!!!  

Julie has Children’s Church today.

Next week's After Church Fellowship's host will be Darlene.
Saturday, June 13, 2015

SERVICES FOR TWO WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY

Millie Wilson passed away early last Wednesday morning.  Her service is pending. 


There will be a graveside service and dinner Sunday June 14 for Clarence Dashiell (Shirley’s nephew) beginning at 1 pm.  For those attending…please meet in the cemetery.
Friday, June 12, 2015

JULY POTLUCK WILL BE ON JULY 5 RATHER THAN JULY 12

NOTICE!!   July’s potluck Sunday will take place on July 5 rather than July 12.  After approximately 40+ years the time has come to put Homecoming/Heritage Sunday out to pasture.  Clean up crew on that day will consist of the Cornwalls, Lamms, and Nelsons (if any of you had already made 4th of July plans…please let pastor know and we will come up with new crew members).  

On this note….a HUGE THANK YOU to Bob, Yvonne, Jim, Donna, Ray and Susan for stepping in and cleaning following last Sunday’s potluck.  
Thursday, June 11, 2015

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: SUBSTITUTE TEACHER FOR SUMMER

We have a possible Sunday School teacher for the younger students for the summer…but are looking for a person (or two) who is willing to be substitute teacher for a time or two.  Please see pastor.
Monday, June 8, 2015

Thank you AWANA Snack Coordinators!

There is a “Thank You” card to all AWANA Snack Coordinators on the library bulletin board from Rosie McClain.
Sunday, June 7, 2015

SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 2015: MISSIONARY GUESTS WES AND LEE ANN REED & POTLUCK


Welcome to our fellowship on this first Sunday of June.  
The summer heat has arrived! 

A special welcome to Wes and Lee Ann Reed! 
It's great having you with us today!

Potluck dinner will take place following the service.  Clean up crew will be the Horlachers and Walsh’s…we will need someone to take the place of the Goodwins.  


Pastor will need to leave soon after the service to conduct a wedding.  Thank you Clayton for "closing the church up." 

No children's church today due to potluck. 






Saturday, June 6, 2015

UPCOMING: SUNDAY JUNE 14, 2015: GOODBYE RECEPTION FOR LUIGI

Next Sunday we will be holding a special Good Bye reception for Luigi who will be returning to Italy after his stay with Dave and Gail.  

Please join us downstairs as we will be having cake and ice cream and take this chance to say good bye to Luigi.  

Jan will take a rain check on hosting the After Church Fellowship.  Thanks Donna R. for hosting the June 7 fellowship.
Tuesday, June 2, 2015

FREE ITEM: NONWORKING CLEAN CHEST FREEZER FOR STORAGE CONTAINER

Want a good mouse proof/bug proof storage container?  Tom Bell has available a clean chest freezer (approximately 5 feet wide) that no longer works but is available for a storage cabinet.  See him or pastor if interested.
Sunday, May 31, 2015

SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2015: Communion

Welcome to our fellowship on this last day of May.  Today we will be participating in Communion.  

Please plan to stay for After Church Fellowship hosted by Donna.  Thanks so much Joyce for hosting last Sunday‘s celebration.   



Amy has Children’s Church today.  
Sunday, May 24, 2015

SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015


Welcome to our fellowship on this Memorial Day week-end. 

Please plan to stay for After Church Fellowship hosted by Joyce.  Next Sunday will be Donna R.  Thanks so much Shari for hosting last Sunday‘s celebration.   

Amy has Children’s Church today.  
Saturday, May 23, 2015

COLUMBIA SCHOOL ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT: May 27

Wednesday, May 27, at 7 pm the Annual Spring Concert will be held at Columbia School.  After years of working with the children of our community…Lee and Becky will be hosting their very last concert as they are retiring from Columbia in June.  Come out and show your support to them and our kids.  Also that same evening you can view some great works of student art which will be on display.  Mark your calendar to attend this great event!