January 8, 2018 Bulletin

New requests and updates: Francis Satterfield (Terrie & Sally’s dad) is at Emerald Point Nursing Facility. Keaton Forsythe’s great grandmother (Margie Wright) passed away Thursday night. Nancy Hudson has the flu and is home from the hospital. Mary Donna Wodarcyk is having a heart procedure on January 10th at Wheeling Medical Park. Brenda McCreary’s mother is in Camden Clark Hospital with a severe lung infection. Joyce and Mike Slatt are not feeling well. Kristin Bass has a back injury. Stephanie Benham’s mother had a heart procedure on January 4th.

On-going prayers needed: Jim Bass, Mary Bass, Gail Bigler, Brady Bisbocci, Charles Boger, Barbara Brewer, Melissa Britton, Sam & Delores Burkhart, Mary Deigmiller (cancer), Bob Digiandomenico (back), Alicia Estadt, Carol Frye, Joann Gaston, Clara Helms, John Heid, Dorothy Heil, Wayne Henthorn, Micheala Hinkle, Chad Huntsman, Ted Huntsman, Elsie Isiminger, Scarlet James, Janie Judge, Jonas Judge, Kevin Kalany (graft vs. host disease), Steve Lattocha, Mary Lively (Terry’s mom, stomach mass), Peg Lucas, Wally McCabe (back), Marty Morrison, Ruth Morrow, Vera Perry (cataract surgery), Pat Rice, Jay Rodak, Pearl Roy, Emily Schmidli, Joyce Slatt (eye surgery), Mike Slatt (gall bladder), Pete Stephens, Joyce Stimpert, & Jill Zatezelo.

Expectant Mothers: Rachel Stonebraker (April), Jessica Sowinski (June)

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: Ella Bell, Carolyn Campbell, Bill & Sue Daley, Joyce Orzolek, Marlene Trisolene, & Joanne Wallner.

Evening Service: Our evening service will resume tonight at 6pm. This is a great opportunity for additional time in community, worship, and learning. The beginning of the year is a great time to make some new habits. Make plans to join us tonight!

Fellowship Meal: We will have a fellowship meal tonight after the evening service to celebrate those with birthdays & anniversaries in January. Care Group A will be in charge.

Budget Reports: There are additional copies of the projected budget for 2018 available on the table next to the bulletins.

The Lord’s Table Preparation: We need help preparing the Lord’s Table in 2018. There are 4 open months. If you can help to prepare the bread and cup for one of those months in 2018, please sign up on the bulletin board.

Winter Series: The winter series in the adult class continues on Wednesday nights. We’ll be studying The Seven Beatitudes from the book of Revelation. Terry Lively will be leading the discussion this week from Revelation 14v13.

Student Ministry: Medical Forms Parents, please pick up and fill out a 2018 medical release form & liability waiver. These are required for any student going on a trip in 2018.

Winterfest: The Student Ministry will be heading to Gatlinburg, TN, Feb. 16-18. Additional information is available in the Loft and on the table by the bulletins. If you would like to go as a student or chaperone, see Keaton.

Bible Reading in 2018: As the new year begins, it is a great opportunity to develop habits for life in the Spirit. A simple but powerful habit is reading through the Bible in a year. In about 15 minutes, reading 3-4 chapters a day, you can read the entire Bible in one year. Why not make it a goal this year? You may be surprised at how much you grow.

Vacation: Brad has been on vacation this past week. He plans to be back in the office on Monday, January 8.

Calendar Correction: Amy Nestor’s January 24th birthday was inadvertently omitted from the calendar. Please add it to your copy.

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