Community Annoucements
July 03, 2018

Hope House continues to seek volunteers and donations of food and clothing to serve those in Franklin County. During April 185 households were served which includes: 327 adults, 178 children, 45 seniors and 142 TEFAP (emergency food assistance program) recipients. In May 280 households were served. Those served include: 523 adults, 369 children, 78 seniors and 179 TEFAP recipients. Food donations currently needed are: jelly, canned fruit, crackers, sugar, flour and peanut butter. Consumable items needed are: toothpaste, shampoo and dish soap. A Back-to-School drive for socks and underwear is also underway. You may leave your donations in the Hope House chest located near the north entrance to the Sanctuary.

Library News by Carolyn Kimbrel
July 03, 2018
Have you heard of Eve, Delilah, Sapphira, Rehab, Jael, Athaliah, Bathsheba, Tamar, Leah, Rebekah, Sarai?  Yes, these are women of the Bible and their stories are brought into today's world by author Liz Curtis Higgs. These stories are great starter conversations over a glass of ice tea with friends.
  • Bad Girls of the Bible (the best read)
  • Slightly Bad Girls of the Bible
  • Really Bad Girls of the Bible
Also, she has written Bookends, a delightful love story of two opposites falling in love. Enjoy!
Sr. High Mission Trip
July 03, 2018

Nine youth and two adult leaders will leave for the Sr. High Mission Trip Sunday, July 29th. The will travel to Wanblee, SD to work at Pine Ridge, an American Indian Community. Youth will serve this area through painting, cleaning, yard work and other simple work projects. They will also plan and lead programming for children in the community which will include Bible lessons, games, crafts and reading. Please pray for safety, guidance and wisdom for our youth and adult leaders as they travel and serve this mission. The group will return August 3rd.