December 30, 2018 Bulletin

Prayer Requests & Updates

New requests and updates: Jack Bailey (Greg Vicker and Nettie Hartung’s
stepfather) is recovering from successful open heart surgery. Mary Bass has been
moved to room 112 at Forest Hills. Ken Frye had cataract surgery this past
Thursday. Randy Gallagher was moved to Park Health this past Monday. Austin
Green (Dennie Green’s father) had a stroke. He has partial paralysis on his right
side and is in the ICU in Florida. Leslie Judge had gallbladder surgery this past
Thursday and is recuperating at home. Pam Moore was taken to the ER this past
Wednesday, but is doing better. Stush Tomolonis (husband of a co-worker of Sally
McDiffitt) was attacked by a dog and suffered from seizures due to blood loss.
Luretta Warrick has carpel tunnel surgery scheduled for January 7th.

On-going prayers needed: Ashli Allen, Rae Ann Beatty, Jack Bailey, Margaret
Bailey, Jim Bass, Jeff & Gail Bigler, Stephanie Bittinger, Ruth Borovich, Barbara
Brewer, Scott Chapman, Jeff Cross (Darin & Kim Clark’s brother-in-law), Alicia
Estadt, Carol Frye (Ben Frye’s mother), Blake Gaston, Joann Gaston, Caleb
Hayes, Dorothy Heil, Wayne Henthorn, Melissa Huntsman, Scarlet James, Janie
Judge, Kevin Kalany, Bunky Loy, Charles & Peg Lucas, Brenda McCreary, Donna
Morris, Geri Nagy, Julie Nowakowski, Wayne Patton, Vera Perry, Clyde Price
(home), Ernie Pyatt (Lisa Chapmans brother), Bill & Pat Rice, Richard Rice (Bill
Rice’s nephew-liver transplant), Bill Saunders, Erin Shankle, Mike Slatt, John
Sowinski, Juliana Sowinski, Joyce Stimpert, Martha Wade, Brenda Wallner, Bill
White, and Sue Wirsing.

In the Military: Joseph Glenn (friend of Janet Lallathin), C.J. Harding (Terry Fitch’s
step-son), Jason Harris (Bill & Pat Rice’s son-in-law), & Joey Stenger (Joe &
Karen’s son).

Our Shut-ins: Sam & Delores Burkhart, Carolyn Campbell, Bill & Sue Daley, Joyce
Orzolek, Pearl Roy & Marlene Trisolene.


News & Information

We extend our sympathy to the family
of Michaela Hinkle. Her grandfather
passed away on December 25th and
his funeral was this past Saturday.
Please keep her family in your prayers.

New Year’s Eve
There will be a New Year’s Eve get
together at the building, starting at
7pm. Everyone is welcome. Bring
snacks and games to share.

Wednesday Winter Series
Beginning next year, we will be
beginning a new winter series in the
adult class on Wednesday night.
Several of our men will be teaching
from the book of Psalms.

The Lord’s Table Preparation
We still need help preparing the
Lord’s Supper for next year! We have
a few spots still open. There is a
sign-up sheet on the bulletin board
by the offices. If you can help for one
month in 2019, please sign up.

Hearing Assistance Devices
We have hearing assistance devices
available for those that may need
them. They are available in the back
hallway. See an usher for assistance.

Ladies Class
Just a reminder that there will be no
ladies bible class for the rest of the
winter. Class will resume in the

Family & Parent Class
Don’t forget about our family and
parenting class for all young adults and
young families. It meets on Sunday
mornings at 9am in the Fireside Room.

The Student Ministry will be heading to
Gatlinburg Tennessee for Winterfest on
February 15-17. If you are interested in
going see Keaton. We will also need
several adult chaperones. If you can
help serve our students by
chaperoning, see Keaton.

Wednesday Night Classes
On Wednesday nights, we offer classes
for all ages at 7pm. Our kid’s ministry
has classes for each age group in the
classroom wing. The adults meet in the
auditorium to study the Scriptures
together. Wednesday nights are a great
way to get engaged with the church
family and grow in your faith. If you
haven’t already, make plans to join us
on Wednesdays at 7pm.

Get Involved
One of the best ways to grow
spiritually is to get involved serving the
church. There are all kinds of ways to
get involved! Get plugged in today!
• Pray for those who are sick and
hurting, and send cards to them.
• Take food or provide other
assistance to the sick or grieving.
• Go out of your way to welcome
guests in our worship gatherings.
• Pass out invitation cards.
• Volunteer to teach or be a helper in
a children’s class. All you need is a
love of God and a desire to serve!

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