February 3, 2019 Bulletin

Prayer Requests & Updates

New requests and updates: Mary Bass was admitted to Wheeling Hospital with pneumonia and a severe UTI. She is in room 521. Mason Bittinger (Stephanie Bittinger’s son) had tubes put in his ears this past Wednesday. Everything went great and his is recovering at home. Ken Frye has swelling behind the right eye that he recently had cataract surgery on. Tyson Frye has RSV. Nancy Hudson has been sick and had several tests this past week. Josephine Nestor (Greg Nestor’s grandmother) is not in good health and is currently in Acuity in Bellaire. Karen Thomas was to have more testing done this week. Sarah Zink was in a car accident, and will be having serious dental work done.

On-going prayers needed: Ashli Allen, Jack Bailey, Margaret Bailey, Jim Bass, Rae Ann Beatty, Allison Bilyeu, Stephanie Bittinger, Ruth Borovich (Belmont Manor), Barbara Brewer, Scott Chapman, Jeff Cross, Bob Digiandomenico Sherri Donnell, Carol Frye, Randy Gallagher, Joann Gaston, Dorothy Heil, Wayne Henthorn, Melissa Huntsman, Scarlet James, Janie Judge, Charles & Peg Lucas, Donna Morris, Geri Nagy, Charlotte Patton, Wayne Patton, Ernie Pyatt, Bill & Pat Rice, Richard Rice, Bill Saunders, Erin Shankle, John Sowinski, Juliana Sowinski, Cheryl Stefan, Joyce Stimpert, Nancy Stonebraker, Richard Sweet, Stush Tomolonis, Martha Wade, Bill White, Sue Wirsing, Jayme Yonak. 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

Children’s Ministry

The Spring teaching quarter in our children’s ministry begins in March, and we are still in need of several volunteers to help teach. This is a great way to help our children grow to love and serve Jesus. If you can serve as a teacher, please sign up on the bulletin board by the office. If you have questions, see Dennie Green or one of the education deacons.

Stepping Stones Dinner

The Wheeling Chapter of Stepping Stones for the Ohio Valley University will be having their annual Sweetheart Dinner on Saturday February 9th from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the fellowship hall behind the building. Dinner includes the option of baked steak or stuffed chicken breast with salad bar, green beans, red potatoes, roll, dessert and drink. Tickets are $15 per person. Babysitting is available for $3 per child. Pizza will be available for the children so they can eat while you dine. Please see Pam Moore if you are interested in attending.

The Lord’s Table Preparation

We still need help preparing the Lord’s Supper for this year! There is only one month for which will still need a volunteer for: September. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board by the offices. If you can help, please sign up.

College Student Care Packages

If you would like to help with putting together care packages for our college students, see Linda Gooch or Keaton.

College Student Addresses

If you or someone in your family is a college student, please give the office your name, address, and the school you are attending. We need addresses for students attending locally and those away from home.

Exploring The Psalms

Join us on Wednesday night as we continue our winter series exploring both the rich spiritual and practical encouragement of the book of Psalms. Bill Rice will be continuing our study this week in Psalm 23.


Brad will be out of the office this week. He plans to return on February 11th.

Monthly Fellowship Meal

There will be a fellowship meal this morning after services to celebrate those with birthdays and anniversaries. Care Group A will be in charge of set up and clean up.

All of our future monthly fellowship meals will now be on Sunday mornings after services.

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.

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