SENIOR HOLIDAY DINNER
Wednesday, December 5 12:00 Noon
Barbara C. Harris Center 400 Sawmill Road Greenfield
BRING A FRIEND We had so much fun last year!
Please bring a non-perishable item for the Food Bank.
For more information, contact Sharon Strickland: 566-6035
COME TO THE MINISTRY CENTER
SUNDAY AFTERNOON , DECEMBER 16
AT 2:00 PM TO CELEBRATE JESUS BIRTH.
We will have a Birthday Party for Jesus complete with cake and ice cream.
All ages are invited to come and enjoy the fun.
If you choose you can bring a gift. Below is a sample of suggested gifts we can use in the Ministry Center: Staples Gift Card Copier Paper Postage Stamps Paper Towels Dish Towels Dish Clothes Ground Coffee (Reg. or Decaf.) Cash to Purchase Items Needed at MC
Come Grow in Your Faith!
Sunday Evenings @ 6:30 “The God Who Is There” by D.A. Carson
This series will help you understand the Bible better than you ever have, and what could be more important?
This is teaching at its best by a world-class expert on the Bible, and a great communicator who has written over 40 books on biblical subjects. As we grow in our understanding of His word, we will learn to know God better and learn how to serve Him and worship Him in a deeper way. For more information, contact Vinoy Laughner at phone: 547-2215 or firstname.lastname@example.org )
Additional ushers are needed for Sunday worship services. If you would be willing to serve as an usher, please contact Tim or Tammy Pool (547-6858).
MINISTRY CENTER EVERY THURSDAY MORNING 10:00-11:30 A.M.
This is an opportunity to get together and spend time in fellowship with one another.
ALL WELCOME, SO INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY, THE SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT DECEMBER 9
God is sending His messenger to prepare for God’s coming, and His people and His priests will be refined and made pure.
Zechariah’s song of thanksgiving for God’s rescue of Israel, and his proclamation of his son, John, as the messenger who will prepare the way for God’s coming.
Paul’s prayer of thanksgiving for the Philippians, his desire for them to grow in love and purity, and his assurance that Christ will complete the work begun in them.
John travels throughout the region of the Jordan River calling people to repentance and baptizing them as a sign of their willingness to change, and of God’s forgiveness. In doing this John fulfils Isaiah’s prophecy of the voice in the wilderness preparing the way for the Lord.