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Prayer Requests

We received word that Al Kessler, District NMI President Sharon Kessler’s husband, passed away on Monday October 28.  We ask that you keep Sharon and their family in your prayers. Visitation will be November 4th and funeral service will be November 5th. If you would like more details please contact me and I will gladly get the details to you. Donations may be made in memory of Al Kessler to the Fawn Grove Compassion Center, and /or Hospice of St. Mary’s. Expressions of condolences may be sent to 17315 Whitaker Court, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684.
 
We also received a prayer request for Jerry Rougish. Jerry was scheduled for a procedure Wednesday morning but it was discovered Tuesday that he has a severely infected sore on his foot. Jerry suffers from diabetes and other health issues and it is unsure if the procedure planned for today will take place. We are asking that you pray for Jerry and his health. Pray that the infected sore on his foot heals quickly and that if possible that the procedure he was scheduled for is able to happen. Pray for Jerry’s health and well being. But most of pray for Jerry to be strengthened for each new day and that his relationship with the Lord grows stronger each new day


Weekly Announcements (10/27)

Relay for Life’s Bake/Soup Sale is Saturday November 2 from 10 am – 2 pm at East St. Clair Township Building.

There will be a free showing of the “Gosnell” movie at Pitt Theater on Saturday November 2 at 2:30 pm. The movie focuses on the police investigation and trial of Kermit Gosnell, a former abortionist in Philadelphia. The movie is Rated PG-13. It is Sponsored by the Bedford County Citizens Concerned for Human Life. Donations will be accepted. More information is on the bulletin board.

REMEMBER TO TURN YOUR CLOCKS BACK NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT November 2!

We will be selling Poinsettias and Christmas Cactuses for the American Cancer Society. The cost is $10 per plant. Flowers will be at the church on December 15 to be taken home. All monies and orders MUST be turned in by Sunday November 3. No orders will be accepted after that date. An envelope is in the foyer for money and orders. If you write a check, please write flowers in the memo line.

We will be having a Baptismal Service on Sunday November 10. If you are interested in being baptized, please speak with Pastor Kevin. There will be a Ham Pot Pie Meal after services to celebrate. Please bring a side or salad.

Jan will be meeting during Children’s Church with any kids that are interested in being baptized.

Annual Elections will be held on Sunday November 17.

Freedom House Ministries are having a cheese fundraiser. Orders are due by November 24. Delivery is December 12. If interested, please speak with Penny. Information is on the bulletin board.



Prayer Request

We received word that Perry Clark passed away. You may remember that we prayed for him last year when he was diagnosed with cancer. Most recently we were praying because the cancer came back. 
We ask that you pray for Perry’s family, especially wife and children. Pray that as they grieve, they will feel the presence of the Lord. Pray that the Lord comforts and cares for them and in the days to come they will find peace and joy for each new day.

Thank you.



Weekly Announcements (10/21)

Family Fun Night is Friday October 25 at 6:30 pm.

A Kindness Outreach is scheduled for Saturday October 26. A Prayer Tent will be set up at Heather’s Cup from 9 am – 3 pm. A sign-up sheet will be passed around. Please speak with Pastor Kevin or Jan, if you have any questions.

Team Day is November 2. Please speak with Pastor Kevin if interested, so that he can register you.

Relay for Life’s Bake/Soup Sale is Saturday November 2 from 10 am – 2 pm at East St. Clair Township Building.

There will be a free showing of the “Gosnell” movie at Pitt Theater on Saturday November 2 at 2:30 pm. The movie focuses on the police investigation and trial of Kermit Gosnell, a former abortionist in Philadelphia. The movie is Rated PG-13. It is Sponsored by the Bedford County Citizens Concerned for Human Life. Donations will be accepted. More information is on the bulletin board.

We will be selling Poinsettias and Christmas Cactuses for the American Cancer Society. The cost is $10 per plant. Flowers will be at the church on December 15 to be taken home. All monies and orders MUST be turned in by Sunday November 3. 

We will be having a Baptismal Service on Sunday November 10. If you are interested in being baptized, please speak with Pastor Kevin. There will be a Ham Pot Pie Meal after services to celebrate.

Annual Elections will be held on Sunday November 17.



Prayer Request

We received word that they are preparing to take Leslie (Deitman) Castro back to the hospital. We are not sure of an exact reason, but we should realize there will always be minor things that need to be watched carefully. So we are asking that you pray for Leslie, her medical team, and her family that this trip will not result in any serious setbacks and that she will be able to come back home as soon as possible and as quickly as possible.

 

Thank You



Cancellations

10/17 Craft Night
10/20 Kids Corn Maze
 
11/21 Craft Night
 
12/14 Work Day
12/19 Craft Night
12/27 Family Fun Night
 
PLEASE NOTE:
Kids Christmas Practice and Party moved to Dec 14– 10 am -2 pm
Kids Christmas Program moved to Dec 15
 
NYI Christmas Party moved to Dec 14– 6pm


Weekly Announcement (10/14)

Craft Night scheduled for THIS Thursday has been CANCELED.

Dunnings Creek Church is having a “Night of Worship” on Saturday October 19 at 6:30 pm. More information is on the bulletin board.

Team Day is November 2. The Keynote Speaker is Ed Stetzer. He is holds the Billy Graham Chair and is Dean of Church, Mission, and Evangelism at Wheaton College. There are other speakers as well as Workshops and Seminars for all areas of the church. Please speak with Pastor Kevin if interested, so that he can register you.

Relay for Life’s Bake/Soup Sale is Saturday November 2 from 10 am – 2 pm at East St. Clair Township Building.

There will be a free showing of the “Gosnell” movie at Pitt Theater on Saturday November 2 at 2:30 pm. The movie focuses on the police investigation and trial of Kermit Gosnell, a former abortionist in Philadelphia. The movie is Rated PG-13. It is Sponsored by the Bedford County Citizens Concerned for Human Life. Donations will be accepted. More information is on the bulletin board.

We will be having a Baptismal Service on Sunday November 10. If you are interested in being baptized, please speak with Pastor Kevin.



Prayer Request and Update

We received a couple prayer requests. The first prayer request is from Sandy Titmus for her friend Robert Bingham. Robert finally got an appointment to have his knee replacement checked. He went to Pittsburgh and is seeing a specialist but things are not looking good; the best case scenario seems to be a new knee replacement.

We are asking for prayer that the Lord would intervene and heal Roberts knee so that none on these options are needed. In the meantime we ask that you continue praying for his comfort, that the pain would subside and if there is any infection it would be removed.

We also received an update on Nickole Murgi Smith. So far she has underwent three surgeries to repair fractures in her body, and there is the possibility of two more. Some of the wounds are not able to be closed due to the amount of deer hair, dirt, and debris from the accident in the wound.

We ask that you would continue to pray for Nickole’s healing and recovery, pray for God to help to subside the pain and reduce the chances of infection. Also pray for the family during this time when she is so far from home. She is looking at possibly 3 weeks in Camp Hill hospital and then rehabilitation at HealthSouth.

Thank You



Prayer Request

We received a prayer request for Nickole Murgi-Smith. Nickole was in a serious automobile accident when the vehicle she was traveling in hit a deer and the deer went through the windshield. Nickole suffered two broken legs and a badly bruised face. She will be having emergency surgery for her legs this afternoon and have asked that we send out requests for prayer. So, we are asking that you pray for Nickole and that the surgery would be successful in mending her legs. Also pray that the medical staff would be anointed by the Holy Spirit as they work with her and that she would heal quickly and completely. Pray also for the family as they deal with this tragedy and weeks of treatment and medical visits to come.

Thank You



Weekly Announcements (10/7)

Ladies will have a “Spud-actular”Time on TODAY Monday October 7 at 6 pm in the Fellowship Hall. A baked potato bar will be provided. Ladies please bring a salad, snack, or dessert to share.

Nominating Committee will meet Tuesday October 8 at 7:15 pm in the Coffee Shop.

Board Meeting is THIS Thursday October 10 at 7 pm.

Work Day is Saturday October 12 at 8 am.

Saturday October 12, NYI are attending Old Bedford Village’s Murder Mystery Night. Please let Ronnie or Penny know by TODAY,  if you are planning to go.

Nazarene Missions Training at Severn Grace Pointe Community Church is Saturday, Oct 12. Training is 10 am – noon with a light lunch following. Training is to help NMI Presidents, Pastors and missions leaders understand how Global Missions in the Church of the Nazarene are structured, how missionaries are sent, and how local church are involved. There is no cost for this training but an RSVP is required. More information is on the bulletin board.

Dunnings Creek Church is having a “Night of Worship” on Saturday October 19 at 6:30 pm. More information is on the bulletin board.

Team Day is November 2. The Keynote Speaker is Ed Stetzer. He is holds the Billy Graham Chair and is Dean of Church, Mission, and Evangelism at Wheaton College. There are other speakers as well as Workshops and Seminars for all areas of the church. Please speak with Pastor Kevin if interested, so that he can register you.