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August 16, 2015

posted Aug 13, 2015, 10:34 AM by Christine Rice

Thank you to Judy Ragland for playing the organ today.

 

Flowers for today are provided by Sheila Johnson. Thank you, Lord, for the gift of Brody Michael Johnson on his 5th birthday.

 

Thank you for all the prayers. Greg Viall

 

Potluck with our Friends at First Christian Church, Sunday, August 23rd This year First Christian will be hosting it at their place, since we did it last year. Please bring some food to share: main dish, salad or dessert and you can keep it hot or cold here at FLC until we walk over to First Christian after our 10a worship service.

 

Don’t forget F.I.S.H. Food Bank this summer. Current needs are: cereal, rice, beans (dry or canned), canned fruit, canned veggies, soup, peanut butter, spaghetti noodles and sauce, tuna fish and mac & cheese.

 

Baptism next Sunday, August 23rd. Britt Charles Holcomb, son of Jess & Jesika Holcomb will be baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Come celebrate with this new little brother in Christ.



Youth Activities

 

 

Wednesday night = Youth Movie Night!  6-8 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall!  The featured flick will be Back to the Future.  Enjoy an Italian Soda and a trip or two to the popcorn bar while we take a trip with Marty McFly to the past.

 

Don't forget to stop by the youth board to drop off any school supply donations you have and pick up a bundle of yarn to knit a warm hat for the holidays!  Even if you don't knit, it's never too late to pick up a new hobby!!  There's plenty for everyone.

 

A "hat's off" to Dewey Keith.  I want to make a special thank you to this special man who has the heart of a lion and will always do what he can to help the youth out when we are short handed with chaperones, drivers, or both!  Thank you Dewey you truly are a blessing!

 

Got yarn?  I do!  I have a whole bag full!  Help yourself to the box full under the Youth Board!  Lots of beautiful colors have been donated to help make mittens, scarves, and hats for our mitten tree in December.  The gift of warm is the gift that keeps on giving!

 

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