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Presbyterian Women Fall Gathering

Aug. 28

2017-2018

Horizons

Bible Study

“Cloud of Witnesses”

 

Let’s celebrate the community of Christ through

Wallace Presbyterian Women

 

Our 2017-2018 Horizons Bible study, Cloud of Witnesses: The Community of Christ in Hebrews, will begin in September.  Author Melissa Bane Sevier invites us to explore major themes found in Hebrews, relate these themes to other parts of our faith tradition and tie them together with the overarching motif of community.

 

Dr. Phil will provide an introduction to our Bible study at our Fall Gathering, August 28 at 7:00 in the Currie Building.  ALL ladies are invited.

 

Also, please plan to attend our presbytery sponsored event:

 

Presbyterian Women of Coastal Carolina Fall Gathering

MacPherson Presbyterian

Fayetteville, NC

Saturday, August 19, 2017 

 

We can carpool; call Cindy Barrow 910/284-0225

 

Community Counseling Center

Aug. 2017

 

CENTERPOINT

We all find it easy to believe our own negative self-thinking.  “How could I be such an idiot?” is a thought that is hard for most of us to ignore.

But what about nourishing positive thoughts such as “I’m doing pretty well,” “Life is fine for me as it is,” or “What a wonderful moment”?

Be on the lookout for these positive thoughts.  When they arise first ask yourself. “Is it true?” Don’t let the negative self-critic intervene.  The answer may well be: “Yes, I suppose there is a possibility it is true.”

The next question is “If it is true, how do I feel?”  You may well discover feelings of joy, contentment or confidence.

Finally, ask yourself: “Can I let this feeling linger for a few moments?”  The positive belief in ourselves can go a long way to inspire hope and resiliency.  Life is filled with challenges, but they do not have to dominate us.

The Center stands ready to help individuals and couples explore their self-talk and find hope and healing!  Call 910-452-7370, and visit the Center: www.wantcounseling.com

 

-Jonathan Kelley

 

 

 

 

 

Jesus Keeps Showing Up—Sermons by Philip Gladden

On going
Jesus Keeps Showing Up- By Dr. Phil Gladden

Youth Ministry News….

Weds.

 

 

Greetings!

I’m honored and very excited to have been approved by the session and hired as Youth Leader.  My installation service was held last month, and I’m already busy planning things for the youth of our congregation.  We’ve had a blast with family game night on Wednesday nights, and look forward to continuing this fellowship within the community!  (I’ll be releasing details on that soon!)

We will not have game night on Aug. 9, but will have our last family game night on Aug 16.  I’ll be grilling hotdogs and hamburgers on the 16th, and invite you all to come, bring a side dish, and enjoy the fun and fellowship with each other!

I have lots of ideas floating around this month, and will be releasing information on events and special activities for the youth as plans are set in stone!

If you have any questions, suggestions, or would like to volunteer in any way, I invite you to contact me.  My personal cell phone number is (910) 284-6869, and my email is Zach@WallacePresbyterian.com

 

Thank you, and God Bless,

 

Zach Casteen

Monthly Calendar of Events

Aug. 2017
Click on Church Calendar to the right just below Watch Services

August Newsletter

Aug. 2017

August 2017 Newsletter

Sunday’s Bulletin

Aug. 13
Bulletin 08-13-2017

P.E.P. (Presbyterian Enrichment Program) Closing

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After 30 years of operating the Presbyterian Enrichment Program, we are closing the preschool.  It is with sad hearts that we do so.  Due to low enrollment, we have to close down.  Anyone who has registered their child will get their deposit refunded.  You should be receiving it in the next few days.  Thank you so much for supporting the P.E.P. program for all these years.

Wallace Presbyterian Church

Prayer Shawl Ministry Team

2017

    Prayer Shawl Ministry Team

  Celebrates Their Second Year Anniversary

  On January 18, 2017

 

Members:

            Mary Ayres                  Cindy Barrow                        Mary Carone

            Shirley Carlton          Marilyn Frater                      Susie Gaus   

            Laura Hinson            Dottie Obenour                     Carol Potter

            Sandy Ward                Vanessa Ward                     Joan West     

            Pat Wilson                  Christy Wintrode

 

    In the second year 87 prayer shawls were made.  We gave away

 66 prayer shawls   1 lap blanket   3 baptism shawls   9 baby afghans

 

We are very grateful for the generous donations to our ministry provided through our fellowship dinners sponsored by Congregational Care Ministry Team, Yarn donations, and money donated by the congregation that enabled us to provide these wonderful handmade items.

            We have sent prayer shawls to Boston MA; Cedar Springs MI; Cape Cod MA; Indialantic FL; Philadelphia, PA; Atlanta GA; Annapolis, MD; Texas; Surf City, NC; Connecticut; Wisconsin; California; Utah; South Carolina; Raleigh, NC; Chicago, IL; New York City, NY; and Romania.

            We are thankful for our ministry team and their interest in creating lovely prayer shawls for lovely people.  If you can knit or crochet and would like to join our Ministry Team, please contact Dottie Obenour or one of the members.  Thank you and God Bless.

 

Hurricane Matthew Relief

On Going

To help with the Hurricane Matthew Relief Program, read the following information below:

 

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Monetary Contributions

Wallace Presbyterian Church
Pastor Discretionary Fund
P.O. Box 717
Wallace, NC 28466

Online at www.wallacepresbyterian.com
Use “Click here to give” and click on
“Disaster” under “Give to. . .”

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Program
Presbyterian Church (USA)
P.O. Box 643700
Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3700
(mark check with DR000191)

PDA by telephone
Call (800) 872-3283
to give by credit card.

Hurricane Matthew Cleanup Bucket

Please bring to worship at Camp Kirkwood next Sunday or to the church office by Sunday, November 6
1 — 5-gallon bucket with resealable lid (Value $75)
5 — scouring pads
7 — sponges, assorted sizes
1 — scrub brush
1 — pkg. cleaning towels (18 reusable, like Easy Wipes®)
1 — box dry laundry detergent, 50-78 oz.
1 — liquid concentrated household cleaner (like Lysol®, 12 oz.)
1 — bottle liquid disinfectant dish soap (like Dawn®, 24-28 oz.)
1 — 1 pkg. clothespins, 48-50
Clothesline, two 50 ft. or one 100 ft.
5 — dust masks
2 pair — latex gloves (like Playtex®)
1 pair — work gloves
1 — 24 to 28 count roll heavy-duty trash bags (30-45 gallon, remove from carton)
1 — bottle insect repellant (pump, drops or lotion; not aerosol), 6-9 oz.


 Please purchase all liquids in plastic bottles. Send only new, unopened materials. Put all items in the plastic bucket, packed securely to avoid damage during shipment, and seal lid with packing tape.

Tithely

On Going
Tithe.ly — Giving Made Easy

Wallace Presbyterian Church has set up a new method for you to give to the church.

Tithe.ly is a web-based giving platform that allows you to give to the church using your smart phone, tablet or computer. You can set up a recurring payment from your checking account (ACH or eCheck,) debit card or credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, or AMEX.) Payments can be one time or repeated. You can also create an account or give as a guest without having an account.

Tithe.ly streamlines the giving process with its app that we have added to our website. It will allow you to give without leaving the web page. Likewise, you can give directly from your smart phone, after downloading the Tithe.ly app from your App Store. Tithe.ly is available for iOS, Android, and the web. Giving through the app can be completed in just 30 seconds.
Tithe.ly’s simple methods means that givers don’t have to learn complex methods of giving.

Online giving using Credit/Debit Cards always incur fees from the credit card company to process your payment. However, Tithe.ly’s fees are the lowest you’ll find for this type of service. They do not charge for setup or have ongoing fees. They’re charged on a per-transaction basis at $0.30 + 2.9%. If you would like, you can also automatically increase your giving to cover these costs or just let it be deducted from your gift.

Here are some of the things we love about Tithe.ly:

  • Computer, Tablet or Smartphone. Tithe.ly works beautifully on any device, with just the right amount of security that you’re details are safe, but it’s not ridiculously annoying every time you try to access your account.
  • Geolocation. Tithe.ly has a nifty little feature that geolocates the nearest church in the area (that currently has a Tithe.ly account set up), so if you’re physically in your church’s building, or you live close by, chances are your church will be located automatically. Of course, you can search by church name too, but there’s something cool about being able to click on “Give to the nearest church” and seeing your own church’s Tithe.ly page appear. By the way, we’re the only church in Duplin County that is using Tithe.ly. We expect that to change fairly quickly.
  • Intuitive. Tithe.ly is so intuitive. All you need to do is follow the prompts. All the info you need is displayed in the right places, and it makes online giving so easy. You can give to the church in under 10 seconds, using only your 4-digit Tithe.ly passcode.
  • Covering Fees. As mentioned before, as part of the giving process, Tithe.ly allows you to select an option to “cover fees” as part of your transaction. If you select this option, you become the one to pay the $0.30 + 2.9% transaction fees, rather than the church.
  • Website Integration. Tithe.ly has been integrated into our website. You can also designate where your offering is given (e.g., Building Fund, General Offering, Backpack Buddies, etc.)
  • Reporting. Receipts and reporting are easy with Tithe.ly, for both the user and the church’s Treasurer (aka Wayne Casteen.) All users have access to their receipts and records of their giving activity.

There are loads of other features we love about Tithe.ly (like Text-to-Give, Giving Kiosks, and their great video resources) but the best thing to do is visit their website and see for yourself. After the initial gift, all funds are transferred daily as they are received.

The following video provides an overview of Tithely.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I download and install the Tithe.ly App?

To download the Tithe.ly app, you can click on the links at the bottom of the page for Android or iOS. Or you can search “Tithely” in your smartphone’s app store.

Once you’ve download and installed the Tithe.ly App on your smartphone, create your account by clicking “Create Account.” Once your account is created, you can search for the church by using the search box located at the top or you can click on the “find nearest church” button if you are near the church. When you have found it and are ready to give just click the “Give Now” button and complete the giving form!

How do I log into my Tithe.ly account?

You can login to your Tithe.ly account from the Tithe.ly app or through the web. The three options are detailed below.

1) Logging into Tithe.ly from the app:

If you’ve installed the Tithe.ly app, you can simply open the app on your smartphone, enter your username and password, and click on “Log In”. Forgot your password? Reset it by following these instructions.

2) Logging into Tithe.ly from your church website:

If you normally give by going through your church/ministry website, you can log into your Tithe.ly account online by clicking the giving button on the churches website, clicking the “Login/Signup” link located in the top right corner, and then entering your login information.

3) Logging into Tithe.ly from the web:

If the above two ways are not how you normally access Tithe.ly, you can simply go to https://tithe.ly/give and log into your Tithe.ly account by clicking the “Login/Signup”link located in the top right corner and entering your login information.

Do I have to have a Tithe.ly account to give?

No! You can absolutely donate, register, or pay without signing up for a Tithe.ly account except for when using text-to-give or the Tithe.ly mobile app where having an account is required. When giving, registering, or paying via the Tithe.ly web giving form you do NOT have to create a Tithe.ly account to make one-time or recurring donations. We wanted to make that process easy and pain-free. You can start giving from your favorite organization’s website at any time. However if you’d like to make giving as easy as possible and have the opportunity to take advantage of all the Tithe.ly features, you’ll have to create an account.

Creating an account allows you to:

  • Securely store your payment method (so you don’t have to type it out each time)
  • Setup / cancel a recurring donation
  • See your giving history
  • Manage your account yourself 24/7

Do I receive a receipt after giving?

Absolutely! A person giving through Tithe.ly will receive an automatically sent email seconds after they finish giving. You can even customize the email receipt / confirmation so that it matches your brand and style more closely. The gift email includes:

  • Date of gift
  • Name of organization given to
  • Amount given
  • Fund / designation of gift
  • Gift ID

Is Tithe.ly safe and secure to use?

All financial information is encrypted and stored by our banking partner to PCI DSS Level 1 compliant standards. PCI DSS Level 1 compliance is a set of rules stated by credit card companies and audited by an independent third party. It is the highest possible rating one can get in the electronic payment processing industry. Additionally, all transmission to our banking partner and on our site is via an encrypted 256-bit HTTPS SSL connection.

Tithe.ly giving app on    iPhone  or    Android

Powered and secured by Tithe.ly Church Giving


Second Sunday on Main Street

On Break

Second Sunday on Main is on break until September 2017.

Second Sunda on Main

Every Second Sunday of the Month
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

September–March

Second Sunday is a celebration of our church family. Based on the concept of intergenerational ministry, Second Sunday’s aim is to develop strong Christian relationships among multiple generations of our church.
While lessons and activities will be aimed toward children who are preschool through grade 5, all people of the congregation and community are encouraged to join this once-a-month evening of Bible stories, games, songs, activities, and dinner.
Childcare will be provided for the youngest children.
To give us a general idea of how much food to prepare, if you think you will join us, please add your name to the list on the clipboard in the back of the Fellowship Hall, or send an email to logos.wpc@gmail.com.

News From Our Presbyterian Church (USA) Mission Workers

On-going

 

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Rev. Dustin and Sherri Ellington

two sons, Clayton and Christopher

Justo Mwale Theological University College P.O. Box 310199 Plot 19 –

Munali Road- Chamba Valley Lusaka, Zambia, Africa   15301

A letter from Dustin Ellington serving in Zambia
JUNE 2015 – YOUNG PASTORS, BIG CHALLENGES
Dear Friends,
From an American perspective it may seem odd that our graduating students here at Justo Mwale University finish their coursework in November, begin serving a congregation, and then come back in May to graduate.  For Sherri and me, though, the timing is a blessing because it affords us a wonderful chance to connect with graduates who have been away ministering for several months.  Dustin, Sherri, Clayton, and Christopher…with Darrell, the cat (Photo by Buck Cochran) On May 9 we had our first graduation ceremony under our institution’s new name, Justo Mwale University. The school has transitioned from Justo Mwale Theological College to what Zambia’s government calls a “university college,” to a full university. We are now a (small) university. Our main work is still to prepare people to become pastors in countries throughout Southern Africa, but Justo Mwale has expanded to train lots of school teachers through distance and semi-residential education in order to meet a need for more highly trained teachers in Zambia and also to help the university be financially sustained through the tuition it receives. The graduation was a festive occasion, with 14 students graduating from our main full-time Bachelor of Theology program, and another 123 graduates of short-term distance and semi-residential programs. Sherri and I were able to spend time with some of the returning students. I want to share a couple vignettes of what our new graduates are already doing. One young woman, Naomi, is a solo pastor in a rural village and had 995 people in worship for Easter. Her congregation also held a crusade week leading up to Easter, with about 1,100 persons involved. Naomi invited a fellow 20-something-year-old student named Elizabeth to come help lead this crusade. Elizabeth, though only in her third year at Justo Mwale, preached three times a day for four days at the crusade, and apparently there was a huge response. Many people were confessing their use of charms and magic and asking what to do, especially in cases where some members of a family still wish to use these means of gaining success and blessing while other family members are hoping to renounce them, as disciples of Jesus.  I take a special joy in hearing about Naomi and Elizabeth because both have been in my weekly preaching practicum for at least two years; I’ve debriefed numerous sermons with each of them. It is exciting to hear how both are now impacting hundreds with their preaching. Another young graduate, Moses, shared that he is the pastor of a congregation with 21 meeting sites. The average location has about 100 adult members, not including children. In a country where 50 percent of the population are under the age of 16, and where rural families tend to have six or seven children, this is a huge congregation for a brand-new seminary graduate in his 20s. Moses ministers to thousands of people as their only ordained pastor. I know these people are so blessed to have Moses; Sherri and I came to see his solid Christian character during his years at Justo Mwale.
A Presbyterian church in North Carolina just gave bicycles to him and the other new pastors, and his smile was huge while speaking of this bike. Now he has a way to move between his 21 church locations with far more efficiency. The new graduates are not without anxieties. In their last academic term, from September to November of 2014, I studied Hebrews through Revelation—the last fourth of the New Testament—with them. As we sifted through the biblical material, the students kept noticing these books’ concerns with false teaching. One student, named Peter, said, “If we are not careful, we may be misled.” A student named Mary repeatedly asked for prayer for the graduates’ discernment, and that they won’t be “derailed” as teachers and preachers. Another, Jacob, expressed worry that the church is concerned with artificial things instead of with the truth. Another articulated that pastors can easily be rejected by congregations if they don’t say what the congregation wants to hear about acquiring wealth through Jesus. Another named Blessings said the course had come at just the right time, as they headed into their congregations. One of their biggest challenges is that they are under heavy pressure to preach, as the core message of the Christian faith, that Jesus Christ is like the charms and magic that the new African believers are leaving behind—except more powerful. Christ is the best and fastest ticket to get what you want:  health and success for you and your family. Christ is the sure path to blessings on earth, and the sure path for avoiding the curses that can come one’s way in this life. This message is not entirely wrong, but our students spend two to four years sorting through it while at Justo Mwale, learning to nuance some aspects of it and reject other aspects outright. Nevertheless, when they go out to their Presbyterian and Reformed churches and they preach a message that sounds different from the prosperity line of thought, they feel that they put themselves and their families at risk. Just this week a Zimbabwean student was sharing with me that he understands that what counts is God’s approval, not people’s. Then he asked: But what do I say to my family when the congregation doesn’t pay me? Many of our students and graduates say they are paid by their congregations only if they preach prosperity, or at least they are paid far less if they do not preach current blessings and prosperity coming (rather like magic) through the power of Jesus. The church in Southern Africa is filled with life, growth, and promise, but also with danger and vulnerability. Please join us in praying for our students and graduates. They desire prayer for discernment to know the truth, to be established in the truth, to walk in the truth, and to preach the truth they have found in Jesus Christ. Sherri and I also want to express our gratitude to all of you who pray for us and provide for our ministry. Presbyterian World Mission, our sending organization, is facing serious financial shortages and may need to release 40 of its 160 mission co-workers in the next two years if the funding situation does not improve. Please consider a gift to support our ministry in Zambia. Please consider also a general gift to Presbyterian World Mission for the support of all its mission co-workers. We are so grateful for all of you who stand behind us and our fellow mission co-workers around the world.

Yours in Christ,
Dustin and Sherri Ellington

ellingtondustin@gmail.com – Dustin
so.ellington@gmail.com – Sherri

 

Duplin Christian Outreach Ministries News

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Thank you for your support of DCOM with your prayers, monetary donations, volunteer hours and donations to Blessings in Store.  DCOM has been able to reach out to the people of our communities and share God’s love with others.  Without your continued support none of this would be possible.  Every day at the crisis center and the thrift store we see God’s love and we are as blessed as those we are reaching out to!  At the December board meeting we voted to accept “Feed Our Hungry Children” under our umbrella and to begin the process needed to start the Backpack Buddies program in 5 local schools, Wallace Elementary, Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary, Chinquapin Elementary, Charity Middle, and Wallace-Rose Hill High School.  This program should be launched by the end of January and more details will follow. Saturday, December 17, several of the board members met with Duncan MacCalman from Chapel Hill.  We discussed several possibilities for reaching out to our communities but we concentrated on one additional ministry to DCOM.  We have wanted to add a soup kitchen to the ministry and now we have begun to work on this dream. Our first order of business is to find a place to have the soup kitchen.  We need a house or other suitable building with a kitchen.  We would prefer a donated building that we could use and possibly upgrade the kitchen area to suit our needs. Next we will have to develop a budget.  With the budget we will need to do a menu and what will be needed to stock the kitchen and eating area.  If you are interested in being part of the soup kitchen ministry or have a building that we could use, please contact one of the board members, you can call DCOM (285-6000), Blessings in Store (285-5557) or Lois McCartney (285-5766) and leave a message.

Sanctuary Flowers

2017

 

Sanctuary Flowers
Dear WPC Family,
Each week sanctuary flowers are provided for our Sunday morning worship. Members and friends of the church take this opportunity to remember a birthday, anniversary or recognize/honor someone special. Acknowledgement of the flowers is in the church bulletin. There are open Sundays available, and we ask that you consider taking a date to provide the flowers. Please contact Cindy Barrow or Lois Edgerton.
The church guidelines are:
Flowers need to be in the sanctuary before assembly.
Flowers need to be removed after the service.
No bows or ribbons
Family is to pay the florist directly.
Flowers do not have to be from a florist. You can create your own arrangement.
The use of silk or artificial flowers and plants is discouraged.
Two local florists have keys to the church and will deliver the flowers on Saturday.
Stallings Florist – 910/285-3896      Olive Branch Gardens – 910/285-4957
Let us hear from you, please.
Cindy Barrow – 910/285-2561,   cbarrow28466@yahoo.com
Lois Edgerton – 910/285-2160,  thomasedgerton@hotmail.com
Wallace Presbyterian Women Co-Chairs for Sanctuary Flowers

Weekly Collections

2017

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August

August 6, 2017   August 13, 2017

July

July 2, 2017   July 9, 2017   July 16, 2017   July 23, 2017  July 30, 2017

June

June 4, 2017    June 11, 2017    June 18, 2017    June 25, 2017

May

May 7, 2017   May 14, 2017    May 21, 2017    May 28, 2017

April

April 2, 2017    April 9, 2017   April 16, 2017  April 23, 2017   April 30, 2017

March

March 5, 2017   March 12, 2017   March 19, 2017   March 26, 2017

February

February 5, 2017    February 12, 2017    February 19, 2017    February 26, 2017

January

January 1, 2017    January 8, 2017    January 15, 2017    January 22, 2017  January 29, 2017

2016

December

December 4, 2016    December 11, 2016

November

November 6, 2016   November 13, 2016   November 20, 2016    November 27, 2016

October

October 2, 2016   October 16, 2016    October 23, 2016    October 30, 2016

September

September 4, 2016   September 11, 2016   September 18, 2016    September 25, 2016

August

August 7, 2016   August 14, 2016  August 21, 2016     August 28, 2016

July

July 3, 2016   July 10, 2016   July 17, 2016   July 24, 2016   July 31, 2016

June

June 5, 2016    June 12, 2016   June 19, 2016   June 26, 2016

May

May 1, 2016   May 8, 2016   May 15, 2016   May 22, 2016   May 29, 2016

April

April 3, 2016   April 10, 2016    April 17, 2016   April 24, 2016

March

March 6, 2016   March 13, 2016   March 20, 2016  March 27, 2016

February

February 7, 2016    February 14, 2016   February 21, 2016   February 28, 2016

January

January 3, 2016   January 10, 2016   January 24, 2016   January 31, 2016

2015

December

December 6, 2015   December 13, 2015  December 20, 2015   December 27, 2015

November

 November 8, 2015   November 22, 2015   November 29, 2015

October

October 4, 2015   October 11, 2015   October 18, 2015   October 25, 2015

September

September 6, 2015    September 13, 2015    September 20, 2015

August

August 2, 2015    August 9, 2015   August 16, 2015   August 23, 2015

July

July 5, 2015   July 12, 2015   July 19, 2015   July 26, 2015

June

June 7, 2015   June 14, 2015   June 21, 2015   June 28, 2015

May

May 3, 2015   May 10, 2015   May 17, 2015   May 24, 2015  May 31, 2015

April

April 5, 2015   April 12, 2015  April 19, 2015  April 26, 2015

March

March 1, 2015    March 8, 2015   March 15, 2015  March 22, 2015  March 29, 2015

February

February 1, 2015   February 8, 2015   FEBRUARY 15, 2015

January

January 4, 2015    January 11, 2015   January 18, 2015   January 25, 2015

2014

December

December 7, 2014    December 14, 2014    December 21, 2014

November

November 2, 2014   November 9, 2014   November 16, 2014   November 23, 2014   November 30, 2014

October

October 5, 2014   October 12, 2014   October 19, 2014   October 26, 2014

September

September 7, 2014   September 14, 2014   September 21, 2014   September 28, 2014

August

August 3, 2014   August 10, 2014  August 17, 2014  August 24, 2014  August 31, 2014

July

July 6, 2014   July 13, 2014   July 20, 2014   July 27, 2014

June

June 1, 2014   June 8, 2014   June 15, 2014   June 22, 2014   June 29, 2014

May

May 4, 2014   May 11, 2014   May 18, 2014

April

April 27, 2014  April 20, 2014   April 13, 2014   April 6, 2014 

March

March 30, 2014   March 23, 2014   March 16, 2014  March 9, 2014   March 2, 2014

February

February 23, 2014   February 16, 2014   February 9,2014   February 2, 2014

January

  January 26, 2014     January 19, 2014    January 12, 2014    January 5, 2014

2013

December

December 22, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=4Q0mKetwYon5E55lVtukIQ

December 15, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=nIex4VQLIzmRadldoxZO8g

December 8, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=DDtqEwJ54N72PKS-HfpQLA

December 1, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=Fd1JuSXOVpmKhbW8YGDqvA

November

November 24, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=uODsnwfOVWbV5UFGGYvYiA

November 17, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=5oqCFiAByo64rXHcw3ftkA

November 10, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=LqWBEOcvY*3TSMr0nvEL3g

November 3, 2013:   https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=CZ8MYR8vn9U6xCzhTs*fWg

October

October 27, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=vQcqfK6sq*5Pwrz-IAeAEA

October 20, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=x-NBTzM14IZ93F2x8NRLow

October 13, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=H0DsN9qmzAGJ3gUPT4tBaQ

October 6, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=KjEMC4Cy3Io4Hz7uMwiRMw

September

September 29, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=PltoYHGw3D0KlDuyr-vV2A

September 22, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=ynIHUXsnoDkdo6zkwbgT3w

September 15, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=lsZLNYUBSeNKG0KSsGSRQg

September 8, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=EIxuHP2ZFVk*aDdIY0YfNQ

September 1, 2013:   https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=cGWM1NlAcAnbu-3978oTFg

August

August 25, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=8cU4rFsiDLzWubkkc3lfPQ

August 18, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=wg3klAUxox94OZKY4u3rew

August 11, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=2gKDgtx*O36jS0g3SZ3a2Q

August 4, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=70C0tiZNz-q-47SIGJhbjA

July

July 28, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=r1s9coTh4u-udeo5Z2JvsQ

July 21, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=cTvBPJbgGuskMnV86zaQsQ

July 14, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=tR-gIKR5Xcangjlt9liMFQ

July 7, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=Gb2g6X6WEo8hY85nqZIW6A

June

June 30, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=KRjAygSXzm49Vf7A8mcbTQ

June 23, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=-fWBcdmGmN3U5ccjH-VVUg

June 16, 2013:   https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=GckneGjmJfukztAAZ9tpew

June 9, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=xziiBEP9M1arg4S4i8OCGg

June 2, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=fS*04dEiNd*f0AUmGwrQiA

May

May 26, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=xHuCNAJOxcRgEWxwVHDj9A

May 12, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=yO0pDZc-j1MiYh0Qv2J0iA

May 5, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=hhcFLjRMtBDoI4NeO2AaJg

April

April 28, 2013:

April 21, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=ZW3dFgS1lsH3ANfa*uZVqw

April 14, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=5AnZ6AiIC29irfbBXOPhPw

April 7, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=a9Nr3igkECeqLjlUbscMdw

March

March 31, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=M3Yh0jfkKBW1hRueZcX3uw

March 24, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=FyctrTkv65wZvCH3q3x6Ng

March 17, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=7T4PNoT1D8fxQ1h*NdFFFg

March 10, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=mUV-BcE8TbDLuOuugp*VKg

March 3, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=2wjaokZ6rerNEAely*Nb6Q

February

February 24, 2013:   https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=oCwYTgHBOxi5iZeSLnG41w

February 17, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=18nXUmPVZkRaBfD1D*f41A

February 10, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=n0qzACVV*VL4JhNY-DCeeA

February 3, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=rcu3zCPNsBDL4pTClKms6w

January

January 27, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=w18txBgkmG3lqkMZj-D3GA

January 20, 2013: https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=5wTiLcslRuT71*XgOxdl8w

January 13, 2013: https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=Z5orIMNYYzyS1aBHDMoD3Q

January 6, 2013:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=FYPi2WWs-lURsYa0mjEIeQ

2012

December

December 30, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=Udy*wJspNYNFE-ya918F0A

December 23, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=9If4cRVuG2XaFiUL389*RQ

December 16, 2012  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=HM1epeSg3ITuxHpRmb-24w

December 9, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=4ePmpDQInNcGnwkHAqMHLw

December 2, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=jl280WbrZr3eo4-p-7FT8g

November

November 25, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=z2*O23InKHKRz1mjopdK9Q

November 18, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=3E8XO4WYfoo1H3ursJ1nLA

November 11, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=JPrf6tpZEhVVCR1ZVWYRyA

November 4, 2012:  https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=gXf9ZL1br3kSkCAqZvHq0A

October

October 28, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/?d=Ui04WSczuLNuKlLaeaXh-Q

October 21, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/?d=uXTxdIr2wyZL9gPyYtMQqg

October 14, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/?d=ip774FBDQCE29BTuAUh9kQ

October 7, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=1npzpiW001yJE*G4kDnitg

September

September 30, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=eu3mEXIS0hjni*MCsVNH7g

September 23, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=ASaqAdBKCqfBpsupLxu0wQ

September 16, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=JiYPhahkhgymDWOE8FblWg

September 9, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=DKaqJs8UmrZWibxsTdY-Yg

September 2, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=MAOl0nqIadUBhW2AxZtEbQ

August

August 26, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=s-lSKmCP7tW62GZIjJ3cQw

August 19, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=u7W6y5Xdc8C-TbYfTr7CiQ

August 12, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=PFuWVDwNqA1BfVZPYpGQ3A

August 5, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=NWoKBNrz7UzBtGhHi2KkTA

July

July 29, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=b679EkZjPQ7N3f5QvfU4sQ

July 22, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=XTYzgCnmKGhqMgOpT8YhFw

July 8 & 15, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=xXl315Z7wOjtFIeEIzUlBQ

July 1, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=M5irdYCsCT0BvEcaw-aoxA

June

June 24, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=-kdZXa-LXVdfz5XA*S3VUA

June 17, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=OVLno4qRr-MYlJvl6aHxYA

June 10, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=5Ye1yikMqfT5LzKZ020bPA

June 3, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=MSjXnNqxFxz6RHwIZllJOg

May

May 27, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=X0feqA2t662Ih7ZCEgG-tg

May 20, 2013:  https://acrobat.com/#d=XYkjZc4NNzhtlbH2UVjaCQ

May 13, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=mcG8qJprORlNJLPSJjGy9A

May 6, 2012:   https://acrobat.com/#d=PGoZaUX2SgprEoidzojdmA

April

April 29, 2012: https://acrobat.com/#d=wfok7R2Dc9aiH1*UnbJU1Q

April 22, 2012: https://acrobat.com/#d=duVATgGygn2k58MkodoekA

April 15, 2012: https://acrobat.com/#d=5BnxGBbUdJeQJh16UKjVjA

April 1 & 8, 2012: https://acrobat.com/#d=XbvKU2v9C6VS4OPS48mGgw

March

March 25, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=mexFSg1my70nfr*Ci7Ny1Q

March 18, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=tUflXgsNGg*wNsusgtVx5w

March 11, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=ZaBwP3h-fdhdTb7xlMxcGQ

March 4, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=6uc1AP0nz4MGkXnJJjohzg

February

February 26, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=mw*ETiUjAo76OSRUZIKhOw

February 19, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=3Azo-XAA1ybZevudYSq5Yg

February 12, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=AaMktLeu1rJA880VAUMaQA

February 5, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=UMzWZU9e*uRJBoQmullerA

January

January 29, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=y13XClq1EWeHdHEw0TvzNQ

January 22, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=btwaOq6OWdJ560Myk36T5w

January 15, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=pg2oASb9djpnhU5MfBJKfg

January 8, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=Ft4L*kHG0vKdc0wqgyBakg

January 1, 2012:  https://acrobat.com/#d=GEPrjNgUUvSm79lWWNFDSQ

2011

December

December 18, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=mR-rXX-JjFAgMDw7U5nJMw

December 11, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=3cH7b2vozWDETONHCdeelw

December 4, 2011:   https://acrobat.com/#d=QVyYiWySi5mWRfyQGNDwnA

November

November 27, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=egpEVvdV6R9c8VYw*q-4sQ

November 20, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=KaI0AKDlqZwUhv6otDY9dA

November 13, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=yOq0EvRcM7lb0LrN4HqGMA

November 6, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=e0nD98FqL1DOIA-RuTXhfw

October

October 30, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=Ra-347YzuT25dsj4WrJWqA

October 23, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=DcGa5mH7wS4G45mi4*S*7g

October 16, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=SxmKh1ZaHYow9BB0FN*YLA

October 9, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=VswxAv0-khlKXLE8jxeS3w

October 2, 2011:  https://acrobat.com/#d=he6o1bicNWreGdXImnUysw

September

September 25, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=sVoVosiP3DOY2E8JBnyrjg

September 18, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=bKK0SMQfLUcGdcqC3FNOWg

September 11, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=b6LT4fzoJmWPxemNGn0zuw

September 4, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=lmZBb0vroxPvhK8vaJZK0g

August

August 28, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=QyEHIh8sEyiqhzgxtjg0dQ

August 21, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=EBI7kdw0aZv2l0sfIjBsuA

August 14, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=1V76O-AECgcKHiNdGh7x7A

August 7, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=-rFa4uu8b3d2v-KP5dDlIg

July

July 31, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=6P*IVAnsvMpJd46cpc2kVA

July 17 & 24, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=yNuTKYD9Qd*e6Zl0dCVLwg

July 10, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=AosYeoy0EQcUlQs865*9Hg

July 3, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=8rnX3X*-FnTr8UEZFzmi2g

June

June 26, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=VtFLMM65U8NpMeapt-eDfA

June 19, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=nudvIQkrEJSLTGgw74b6og

June 12, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=6iZgcmb9Dpv2sM9OysHn3Q

June 5, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=S1YBSYTnWfBraIGKi3x4rw

May

May 29, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=JLPRq34nhGA8bZ5SolLECA

May 22, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=NThsikrXZRTLTd0j7KMcZQ

May 15, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=RTUEI81iYND1S2Jx49jwtA

May 8, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=1TmNyAHxMd7-BnMrOnbCgg

May 1, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=ME*BnugwmarrsxYD1nWCdw

April

April 24, 2011-Easter  https://acrobat.com/#d=-H2d3YXUeZdR09-ktY1G7w

April 17, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=i5JkemXPSNzDk0QsPDxdxw

April 10, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=kIRlZnqIdN1DNE7M1*3IAw

April 3, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=MdSWLL29t2n-jLYr-4fLow

March

March 27, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=o4zj1Cl76MPeTTOWP9PDXw

March 20, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=pSBQyvjOUdEVcG-ihypiFw

March 13, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=53FOKd0jRoGUSLQQaGhoEQ

March 6, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=W5nAyMmroF4njXFnc2vsyg

February

February 27, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=Fg5QHAUSTvUw7nCq7eIMpA

February 20, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=Ibr5EGTL0zLRfnt20XBQQA

February 13, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=vdlhdmto*y3ouz4dwHyq2A

February 6, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=t3d80OrwghiYduAsQ1XJqA

January

January 30, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=yOW1i5whJoYDm6RgpvIfAQ

January 23, 2011  https://acrobat.com/#d=B0fyBLT*HC3Vxv*JePip7w

January 16, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=oyuSmyK79RRiHn*mPiXAhg

January 9, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=I4hf94Bl9GTwzupT*wk4Sg

January 2, 2011 https://acrobat.com/#d=3H0zy6orh4ZI4OjDZaHYqg

2010

December

December 26, 2010 https://acrobat.com/#d=0iYQ48jWtxIMdp8p2AQV*g

December 19, 2010 https://acrobat.com/#d=**ojS-3WitPrJTrWXFYRgA

December 12, 2010  https://acrobat.com/#d=id6pdCT9*YrD-aoXppJJZQ

December 5, 2010 https://acrobat.com/#d=6bg7jJCmYCzPWP15uWme8Q

November

November 28, 2010https://acrobat.com/#d=WNTcLlWMjFDddwLKDeey7Q

November 21, 2010  https://acrobat.com/#d=U0BX7ZNvDvFIZtxIZ9*Reg

November 14, 2010  https://acrobat.com/#d=mW2RdA442FRXGvT6kLAq5g

November 7, 2010  https://acrobat.com/#d=shCuJ2QxScSZXFVDGDNn3w

Congregational Care Meals Ministry

Year Round

Every once in a while all of us could use a helping hand with meal preparation.  Your Doctor orders you to stay off our feet or there is a death in the family.  Perhaps an illness or accident has made it difficult to get a hot meal on the table.  The Congregational Care Meals Ministry is just the group to help out.  We are currently looking for volunteers to periodically make a meal for members of the church who need our assistance.

These meals do not have to be complex or gourmet. Simple soups, crock pot meals or casseroles are always welcome.  There are two important parts of this ministry: the food itself, and the connection we make with people on a personal level.  Being involved in this ministry will allow you to get to know the wonderful people in our church family.

Please consider volunteering to make an occasional meal for our church family members in need.  If you know of someone in the church who could use a helping hand with meals or if you wish to request a meal for yourself, please feel free to call the church office or contact me directly.

I can be reached via email at glhcrou@hotmail.com or by phone on 910-665-1131. 

Thank you for your help,

Gerri Hanson