FINAL SERMON FROM THE REVELATION SERIES
On Sunday, August 24th, Paul will complete the Revelation study with a sermon entitled “ALL THINGS NEW.” This is an interpretation of our heavenly home. We will make extra copies so that you can give a copy to those who want to know more about where their departed loved ones are. This will help believers to know what awaits them in heaven. This sermon presents the glorious hope found in chapters 21 and 22.
MISSIONS SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st
A special guest will come to our pulpit on this Missions Sunday. He is Pastor Densel Jack, who is pastor of the church in Jamaica to which our youth go to minister each summer. As a part of the service, the youth mission team will present pictures of their recent trip there in July.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE PROGRESS
The Committee will meet briefly following the worship service on Sunday to report on contacts they have made to ask people to serve in some capacity for the next church year. John Call is the Chairman. The members are Bill March, Frank Bowyer, Greg Gamble, and Helen Haner. They will present their final report to the congregation on Sunday, September 7th following the worship service.
FALL WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE TO BEGIN September 3
We have had a wonderful summer and are always glad to be on our regular schedule on Wednesdays. We will begin with supper at 5:30. The meals will be catered again this year. AWANA will begin at 6:00 with Adult Bible Study at 6:15. Choir practice will be at 7:30.
A. W. Tozier said, “Only in quiet waters are objects mirrored without distortion, and only in a quiet mind is there a clear perception of the truth.” In a busy, noisy age like ours it is hard to follow the admonition, “Be still and know that I am God.” But it is still true that in quietness and solitude we find our strength.