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2nd pg. of Events & Activities

DECEMBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Sat 2nd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 3rd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Wed 6th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 9th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Church Christmas Lunch
12:30 pm
Sun 10th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tue 12th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 13th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 14th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 16th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 17th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 20th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 23rd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 24th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Christmas Eve Services 5:00 pm
Mon 25th MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
Office and daycare will be closed
12-25 thru Jan 2nd
Will open on January 3rd
Wed 27th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm

DEC. BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

6th Ralph & Marilyn Nolan
13th Eleanor Shore
Charlene Thurman
15th Jerry Essig
17th Carol Bigelow
20th Jack Stockhoff
21st Raylen McHenry
28th Jonanne Rose
31st Johnny & Mary Harris

THANK YOUS
Thanks to each and every one that helped set up and worked the bazaar. Also thanks to all that came to support our CWF group by shopping, buying and eating. Our drawing prizes were won by: Dorothy Kreiser-Quilt,
Pastor Dan-Pyrex dish and carrier,
Reva Beard-Treat of the month and I won the Snowman Hanger.
THANKS TO ALL
Nellie Jacks
CWF President
UPCOMING EVENTS

CHURCH THANKSGIVING LUNCH
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH
AT 12:30 PM

Main course will be provided.
Please bring a side dish and or dessert.

DECEMBER 9TH AT 12:30 PM
CHURCH CHRISTMAS LUNCH

December 24th at 5:00 pm

FACTS AND FIGURES

10-01 SS 21 Wor 66 Off 3289.00 SS 4.25 KS 1.76
10-08 SS 16 Wor 58 Off 2014.00 SS 20.00 KS 1.65
10-15 SS 15 Wor 59 Off 1224.00 SS 5.00 KS 1.00
10-22 SS 22 Wor 53 Off 1169.43 SS 7.00 KS 4.00

Wed. Night Bible Study:
10/4(12), 10/14), 10/18(18), 10/25(NA)
Needed each week to meet budget $2803.60
Received as weekly average for the year $2623.58

November Activities & Events

NOVEMBER ELDERS & DEACONS

November 5th
Elders – Louie Riedel – Jean Sheridan
Deacons – Mickie Denham – Marvin Clark
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

November 12th
Elders – Jo Ann Estes – Trace Estes
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

November 19th
Elders – Pat Schleicher – Jim Clinkenbeard
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Duane Shaw
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

November 26th
Elders – Jean Sheridan – Louie Riedel
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes – Elders

NOVEMBER ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

Wed 1st T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 4th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 5th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 8th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 9th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 11th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Church Thanksgiving Dinner
12:30 pm
Sun 12th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 14th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 15th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 18th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 19th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Board Meeting
Wed 22nd T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 23rd Happy Thanksgiving
Fri 24th Church & Daycare closed

Sat 25th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 26th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tue 28th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm

NOV. BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

3rd Joyce Vaught
4th Millie Lundine
6th Martha Nill
7th Logan Huff – Aubrey Estes
Sara & Vally Garrido
15th Dan Eller
Louie & Carolyn Riedel
16th John Kreiser
19th Norene Mealman
22nd Zackary Estes
27th John Cygiel – Fransiscoe Garrido
Mary Ann Wiehe
29th Judi Buchta – Josh Sheridan

DECEMBER ELDERS & DEACONS

December 3rd
Elders – Trace Estes – Jo Ann Estes
Deacons – Dorothy Kresier – Jerry Sharp
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

December 10th
Elders – Jim Clinkenbeard – Pat Schleicher
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

December 17th
Elders – Louie Riedel – Jean Sheridan
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Duane Shaw
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

December 24th
Elders – Jo Ann Estes – Trace Estes
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes – Elders

December 31st
Elders – Pat Schleicher – Jim Clinkenbeard
Deacons – Volunteers
Volunteers
Greeters – Volunteers
Acolytes – Elders

November Prayer List

WHITE CHURCH PRAYER LIST

Barbara Atkins, Jim Clinkenbeard, Kathy Cygiel, Dorothy Ebbert, Cleo Erickson,
Jerry Essig, Kandy Floyd, Nellie Jacks, Dorothy Kreiser, Dora Lee Schaefer, Stella Lunham,
Brenda Robnett, Ron Seaton, Duane Shaw, Eleanor Shore, Gene Walker, Ruth Wright

Karen & Scott Salsbury Friends of Martha Mason
Patricia Carroll Friend of Jerry Sharp
Dale Sharp Brother of Jerry Sharp
Tanya Keller Cousin of Rose Likes
Don & Barb Salsbury Friends of Martha Mason
Ron Beard Nephew of Reva Beard
Megan Ebbert Granddaughter of Dorothy Ebbert
David Rose Grandson of David & Jonanne Rose
Clay Floyd Husband of Kandy Floyd
Ann Strauss Sister of Kandy Floyd
Kyle Schleicher Son of Paul Schleicher
Vergie Mother of Teresa Eller
Pam Beard Friend of Kandy Floyd
Shirley Beard Mother of Pam Beard
Vickie Pierce Friend of Kandy Floyd
Karen Bond Cousin of Kandy Floyd
Ella Kisslinger Niece of Rose Sanders-Likes
Dave & Ruth Ann Meredith Friends of Kandy Floyd
Mary Ann Friend of Barbara Atkins
Steve Hoit (stage 4 cancer) Friend of Jo Ann Estes
Jan Wommack Jean Sheridan’s sister (has cellulitis)
Royce Bounds Son-in-law of John & Dorothy Kreiser
Cody Grove Great nephew of Jo Ann Estes
Mother of Joe DeBella She had a stroke on July 4th
Ron Thompson Cousin of Martha Mason
Jimmy Dominque Buck Wright’s daughter’s boyfriend
Melanie Moore Niece of Jim & Vickie Eaton
Tiffany Granddaughter of Norene Mealman
Wayne Lala Friend of Phil Estes has cancer
Kathleen Vig Niece of Reva Beard
Ryoukichi Onaga Father-in-law of Martha Mason’s son
Kane Matthew Thornburgh Lost Son of Tammy Thornburgh
Linda Arvin Friend of Tiffany Bush
Marcie Reynolds Aunt of Tiffany Bush
Isoe Onaga Martha Mason youngest son’s MIL
Esther Reynolds Relative of Cindy Owens
Myke Beekman Upcoming surgeries
Vera Shaw Friend of Cyndi Huff

OUR HOMEBOUND & NURSING HOMES

Gladys Adamson, Wilma Cicero, Maria Justice, Millie Lundine, Martha Nill, Mary Rasdall, Goldie Smyth,
Goldie Zimmerli, Ruth Zimmerli, Nettie Johnson – Mother of Pat Schleicher

OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN

Jason Chaney, Robert Chase, Clifford Clone, James T. Eaton, James Erickson,Jr. Scotty Griffin,
Andrew & Ronda Hedges, Matt Lile, Alex Payne, Trevor Petsch, John Scott, Cpl. Karr Charles Stapleton,
Stephen & Deanna Sheets, Donnie Stuart III, Mykah Sibley, Kristian Payne, Cody Sibley,
Ensign Jordan Hopson U.S.C.G.

November Caller Article

God’s Truth Abides Still
This year is the 500thanniversary of the Protestant Reformation, spearheaded partially by German theologian, Martin Luther. We have sang A Mighty Fortress is Our God (a hymn credited to Luther), but I am keenly aware that we face competing forces against this radical message on a daily basis. Is God still “a Bulwark never failing” as this hymn so confidently declares?
Today, while appearances display a typical fall day, myself and perhaps many of you still contemplate the excruciating losses of the past several weeks (here at home, in our nation, and abroad).
I keep wondering about hope as a resource that seems scarce in times like this. For those who are most personally affected by tragic loss, God can seem altogether absent; it’s an incredibly lonely feeling – desolate even. And yet, as author Brennan Manning once said, “…suffering has often been the shortest path to intimacy with God.”
Let’s think about what he may mean for a moment:
It’s interesting to consider, God felt the absence of God on at least one occasion. To be clearer, Jesus felt the absence of the Father who accomplished the most profound act of ‘going off the grid’ on record. This is about as human an experience one can have. There is intimacy in suffering because the ultimate act of suffering was perhaps the most profound expression of the union of humanity and divinity. You cannot get any more intimate than God experiencing a very human death.
As a further illustration, in Philippians, the Apostle Paul expresses a longing to deeply know Christ: “I want to know Christ—yes, to know the power of his resurrection and participation in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, and so, somehow, attaining to the resurrection from the dead.” It seems that knowing God, as in the Hebrew word yada (intimate knowing), comes in part through suffering. While this strange approach does not, nor should it, remove the pain, it does provide hope where the world and the evil one would declare there is none. It is like worshipping at a loved one’s funeral with arms stretched high and tears pouring down your face – simultaneously expressing pain in death and hope for the resurrection. We express hope in a story that hasn’t ended. Or as Luther says, “God’s truth abideth still…”

“And though this world with devils filledshould threaten to undo us, We will not fear, for God has willed his truth to triumph through us.”

May you all discover and abundant supply of God’s hope while we live in the midst of a suffering world.
Peace be with you all,
Pastor Dan

Pastor Dan

November Activities & Upcoming Events

NOVEMBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Wed 1st T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 4th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 5th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 8th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 9th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 11th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Church Thanksgiving Dinner
12:00 Noon
Sun 12th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 14th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 15th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 18th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 19th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Board Meeting
Wed 22nd T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 23rd Happy Thanksgiving
Fri 24th Church & Daycare closed
Sat 25th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 26th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tue 28th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm

NOV. BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

3rd Joyce Vaught
4th Millie Lundine
6th Martha Nill
7th Logan Huff – Aubrey Estes
Sara & Vally Garrido
15th Dan Eller
Louie & Carolyn Riedel
16th John Kreiser
19th Norene Mealman
22nd Zackary Estes
27th John Cygiel – Fansiscoe Garrido
29th Judi Buchta – Josh Sheridan

MISCELLANEOUS

CWF NEWS: Our CWF “Girls” are all in our 70’s and 80’s, so I’m asking for your help. When we serve a funeral dinner it would be greatly appreciated.
Nellie Jacks
C.W.F. President

UPCOMING EVENTS

C.W.F. BAZAAR
OCTOBER 7TH
8:00 – 4:00 pm
Mini garage sale
Bake sale
Soup, Chili & Hot dogs
Raffle

CHURCH THANKSGIVING DINNER
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH
AT 12:00 NOON

Main course will be provided.
Please bring a side dish and or dessert.

FACTS AND FIGURES

09-03-17 SS 15 Wor 54 Off $3289.00 SS $ 6.00
09-10-17 SS 11 Wor 68 Off $2014.00 SS $22.26
09-17-17 SS 11 Wor 54 Off $1224.00 SS $12.75
09-24-17 SS 13 Wor 51 Off $4538.00 SS $17.00

Wed. Night Bible Study:
09/6(12), 09-13(NO BS), 09-20(16),09-27(16)
Needed each week to meet budget $2803.60
Received as weekly average for the year $2668.56

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OCTOBER ELDERS & DEACONS

October 1st
Elders – Jo Ann Estes – Trace Estes
Deacons – Mickie Denham – Marvin Clark
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

October 8th
Elders – Pat Schleicher – Jim Clinkenbeard
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

October 15th
Elders – Jean Sheridan – Louie Riedel
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Volunteer
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

October 22nd
Elders – Trace Estes – Jo Ann Estes
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes – Elders

October 29th
Elders – Jim Clinkenbeard – Pat Schleicher
Deacons – Christy Eker – Volunteer
Martha Drum – Volunteer
Greeters- Volunteers
Acolytes – Elders

OCTOBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Sun 1st Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 4th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 7th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
C.W.F. BAZAAR
8:00 – 4:00 PM
Sun 8th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 10th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 11th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 12th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 14th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 15th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 18th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 21st Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 22nd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 24th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 25th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
After School Program – 2:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 28th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 29th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am

OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

1st Mary Rasdall
4th Jerald Robnett
5th Chelsea Estes
6th Paula Gustafson
7th Merlin Kuder
8th Roxy Estes
17th Jim Clinkenbeard
18th Betty Lawson
19th Dale Risker
21st Linda Johnson
Jerry & Verna Sharp
25th Charles & Myrtle Clinkenbeard
26th Duane Shaw
28th Gerry Graham – Ryan Brooks
30th Charlie Stapleton

NOVEMBER ELDERS & DEACONS

November 5th
Elders – Louie Riedel – Jean Sheridan
Deacons – Dorothy Kresier – Jerry Sharp
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

November 12th
Elders – Jo Ann Estes – Trace Estes
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

November 19th
Elders – Pat Schleicher – Jim Clinkenbeard
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Duane Shaw
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

November 26th
Elders – Jean Sheridan – Louie Riedel
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes – Elders

October Prayer List

WHITE CHURCH PRAYER LIST

Barbara Atkins, Kathy Cygiel, Dorothy Ebbert, Cleo Erickson, Jerry Essig,
Kandy Floyd, Nellie Jacks, Dorothy Kreiser, Dora Lee Schaefer, Stella Lunham,
Brenda Robnett, Ron Seaton, Eleanor Shore, Gene Walker, Ruth Wright

Karen & Scott Salsbury Friends of Martha Mason
Patricia Carroll Friend of Jerry Sharp
Dale Sharp Brother of Jerry Sharp
Tanya Keller Cousin of Rose Likes
Don & Barb Salsbury Friends of Martha Mason
Ron Beard Nephew of Reva Beard
Megan Ebbert Granddaughter of Dorothy Ebbert
David Rose Grandson of David & Jonanne Rose
Clay Floyd Husband of Kandy Floyd
Ann Strauss Sister of Kandy Floyd
Kyle Schleicher Son of Paul Schleicher
Vergie Mother of Teresa Eller
Pam Beard Friend of Kandy Floyd
Shirley Beard Mother of Pam Beard
Vickie Pierce Friend of Kandy Floyd
Karen Bond Cousin of Kandy Floyd
Ella Kisslinger Niece of Rose Sanders-Likes
Dave & Ruth Ann Meredith Friends of Kandy Floyd
Mary Ann Friend of Barbara Atkins
Steve Hoit (stage 4 cancer) Friend of Jo Ann Estes
Jan Wommack Jean Sheridan’s sister (has cellulitis)
Royce Bounds Son-in-law of John & Dorothy Kreiser
Cody Grove Great nephew of Jo Ann Estes
Mother of Joe DeBella She had a stroke on July 4th
Ron Thompson Cousin of Martha Mason
Jimmy Dominque Buck Wright’s daughter’s boyfriend
Melanie Moore Niece of Jim & Vickie Eaton
Tiffany Granddaughter of Norene Mealman
Wayne Lala Friend of Phil Estes has cancer
Kathleen Vig Niece of Reva Beard
Ryoukichi Onaga Father-in-law of Martha Mason’s son
Kane Matthew Thornburgh Lost Son of Tammy Thornburgh
Linda Arvin Friend of Tiffany Bush
Marcie Reynolds Aunt of Tiffany Bush
Isoe Onaga Martha Mason youngest son’s MIL

OUR HOMEBOUND & NURSING HOMES

Gladys Adamson, Wilma Cicero, Maria Justice, Millie Lundine,
Martha Nill, Mary Rasdall, Goldie Smyth,
Goldie Zimmerli, Ruth Zimmerli

OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN

Jason Chaney, Robert Chase, Clifford Clone, James T. Eaton, James Erickson,
Jr. Scotty Griffin, Andrew & Ronda Hedges, Matt Lile, Alex Payne, Trevor Petsch,
John Scott, Cpl. Karr Charles Stapleton, Stephen & Deanna Sheets, Donnie Stuart III,
Mykah Sibley, Kristian Payne, Cody Sibley

October Article

Christ Our Center

“God is the reality whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.” -Blaise Pascal

Early Christians described the church as a wheel with spokes centered on a single hub. Out on the rim of wheel, the spokes are the furthest away from both the hub and each other. As each spoke moves closer to the center, they grow closer together. They are a single meeting in the one hub.

The image says something important about the abundant life Jesus offers us. The closer we are to him, our Center, the closer we are both to God and to each other. Jesus overcomes our isolation – from our truest selves, from God, from people around us – by giving us a shared experience in his risen Life.

I have been thinking about Christ as a “hub” a lot over these last few months. I’ve been studying the book of Ephesians in my devotional time, and discovered that Paul uses the phrase “in Christ” 27 times throughout the book to describe the vital, binding relationship Jesus forms between God and humankind.

He paints a picture of the Christian life where growth isn’t so much a process of acquiring new information or becoming something altogether different, but rather recognizing what (and who) we already are.

I take great comfort in Paul’s vision because, perhaps like some of you, I often worry about not doing enough in my relationship with God. I enjoy being a Christian much more when I remember it’s more about surrendering than is about acquiring. We’re spokes already in the wheel, all that’s left to do is move to the center.

Love in Christ,

Pastor Dan

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OCTOBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Sun 1st Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 4th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 7th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
C.W.F. BAZAAR
8:00 – 4:00 PM
Sun 8th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 10th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 11th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 12th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 14th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 15th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Wed 18th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 21st Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 22nd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 24th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 25th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 28th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 29th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am

OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

1st Mary Rasdall
4th Jerald Robnett
5th Chelsea Estes
6th Paula Gustafson
7th Merlin Kuder
8th Roxy Estes
17th Jim Clinkenbeard
18th Betty Lawson
19th Dale Risker
21st Linda Johnson
Jerry & Verna Sharp
25th Charles & Myrtle Clinkenbeard
26th Duane Shaw
28th Gerry Graham – Ryan Brooks
30th Charlie Stapleton

MISCELLANEOUS

CWF NEWS: Our CWF “Girls” are all in our 70’s and 80’s, so I’m asking for your help. When we serve a funeral dinner
it would be greatly appreciated if you would fix a covered dish for the dinner, a salad, veggie or dessert.
One of the older “girls”.
Nellie
CWF President
THANKS

Our CWF ladies group will have our annual Bazaar on Saturday Oct. 7th. We will have a mini garage sale
so start saving your valuable treasures for us. We will also have our crafts, bake sale and our chili
and soup & hot dogs.
Mark your calendars and plan to attend.
We will also be having a raffle.
See ya.
Nellie
CWF-President

UPCOMING EVENTS
SEPTEMBER 17TH
FRONTIER DAYS!!!!
DRESS FOR THE OCCASION!!!
WATCH FOR MORE INFORMATION
IN UPCOMING BULLETINS

C.W.F. BAZAAR
OCTOBER 7TH
8:00 – 4:00 pm
Mini garage sale
Bake sale
Soup, Chili & Hot dogs
Raffle

FACTS AND FIGURES

08-06-17 SS 16 Wor 43 Off $3744.00 SS $ 7.00
08-13-17 SS 16 Wor 83 Off $2446.00 SS $20.00
08-20-17 SS 16 Wor 54 Off $3852.00 SS $ 5.00
08-27-17 SS 16 Wor 67 Off $ 813.00 SS $ 0.00

Wed. Night Bible Study:
08/2(10), 08-9(11), 08-16(13),08-23(14)
Needed each week to meet budget $2803.60
Received as weekly average for the year $2655.77

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SEPTEMBER ELDERS & DEACONS

September 3rd
Elders – Jean Sheridan – Louie Riedel
Deacons – Mickie Denham – Marvin Clark
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

September 10th
Elders – Trace Estes – Jo Ann Estes
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

September 17th
Elders – Jim Clinkenbeard – Pat Schleicher
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Duane Shaw
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

September 24th
Elders – Louie Riedel – Jean Sheridan
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes – Elders

SEPTEMBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Sat 2nd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 3rd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Mon 4th LABOR DAY!!!
OFFICE & DAYCARE CLOSED
Wed 6th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Piper Seniors – 12:00 pm
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 9th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 10th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 12th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 13th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Food Kitchen – 9:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Thur 14th C.W.F. – 10:00 am
Sat 16th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 17th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
BOARD MEETING
Wed 20th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 23rd Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sun 24th Prayer Time – 8:30 am
Sunday Class – 9:00 am
Tues 26th Rebekah’s – 5:30 pm
Wed 27th T.O.P.S. – 8:00 am
Choir Practice – 5:30 pm
Bible Study – 6:00 pm
Sat 30th Prayer Time – 8:30 am

SEPT. BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

1st Martha Drum
2nd Pat Shaver
3rd Betty Champagne
4th Nellie Jacks
Zachary & Roxy Estes
5th Patsy Mannasmith
7th Scott & Rose Likes
11th Gerald Ruble
16th Jerry Sharp
28th Nicki Benson
29th Mac McHenry

OCTOBER ELDERS & DEACONS

October 1st
Elders – Jo Ann Estes – Trace Estes
Deacons – Dorothy Kresier – Jerry Sharp
Carol Bigelow – Brad Burns
Greeters – George & Carol Bigelow
Acolytes – Elders

October 8th
Elders – Pat Schleicher – Jim Clinkenbeard
Deacons – Jerry Essig – Ron Seaton
Tiffany Bush – Charlie Stapleton
Greeters – Nellie & Tammy
Acolytes – Elders

October 15th
Elders – Jean Sheridan – Louie Riedel
Deacons – Jody Vazzano – Duane Shaw
Karen Edrington – Marvin Clark
Greeters – Tiffany & Raeanna Bush
Acolytes – Elders

October 22nd
Elders – Trace Estes – Jo Ann Estes
Deacons – Kandy Floyd – Jerry Sharp
Shirley Calhoon – Eddie Boyd
Greeters – Teresa Eller – Kandy Floyd
Acolytes –
Elders

October 29th
Elders – Jim Clinkenbeard – Pat Schleicher
Deacons – Christy Eker – Volunteer
Martha Drum – Volunteer
Greeters –
Acolytes –