Posted by Paul Ellis Jackson



THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE today are given by Romy and Lavinia Gerould with gratitude to all our veterans.








W.O.W. THE WEDNESDAY EVENING PROGRAM continues each Wednesday through November 19 offering you additional opportunities for fellowship, worship, and education during the week.

5:30  Dinner will available for a free will offering.

6:00 A class taught by Robin on Crossan’s Justice and Peace Series.  A special music class will be taught by choir member Alyson Golloday (who is a Music Ed. Student at WSU) will be available for kids also at 6:00. The evening program ends at 7:00.


HEAD-TO-TOE HYGIENE PANTRY WORKDAY is Thursday, November 13, 9-11 at 1611 N. Moseley. Come and help out if you can!


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9:00 SUNDAY MORNING DISCUSSION GROUP is listening to a series of lectures by Dr. Bart Ehrman entitled “Lost Christianities of the 2nd and 3rd Centuries” Discussion of the lectures will follow. Meet in the conference room downstairs. All are welcome to attend.





IT IS POINSETTIA TIME! If you would like to contribute to the Christmas floral display, please send a check for $13.00 to the church by November 24 or put it in the offering plate today. Be sure to put Christmas flowers on the memo line and let us know if your donation is in honor of or in memory of someone.


THERE ARE 80 ADORABLE LAYETTE BAGS in Fellowship Hall filled by the Guild Ladies to be given to local agencies who will make sure these bags are given to needy mother’s for their newborn babies.  The bags have diapers, baby wash, baby lotion, gowns, sleepers, hats, hand knitted sweaters (made by Vickie, our bookkeeper) and blankets made by the ladies of the church.  Great job ladies!



MEN’S GROUP LUNCH  is Thursday, November 20, 11:30 at Lakeside Club, 21st and Webb Road, behind Walgreens.