December Announcements

Joy to the World CHRISTMAS DEVOTIONAL booklets are available on the table in the upper hallway. Please help yourself.

PRAYER FOR OUR NATION continues to be held every Monday evening at 6:00 PM.  Join us as we pray for God to work in powerful ways to heal our nation and our world.

GUITAR LESSONS WILL BE HELD ON THE 2ND & 4TH SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH immediately following Sunday School. 

NEEDED FOR OUR DAYCARE: Working electric clothes dryer. Please talk to Pastor Kathy or Director Ashley Blayer if you can help.

OUR DAYCARE IS LOOKING FOR PART-TIME STAFF: Especially needed are afternoon workers, who can help from 2:00 – 6:00 PM. Please contact Ashley at the daycare if you’re interested.

ATTENTION MEMBERS: Offering income is not keeping up with expenses. Our General Fund is currently in the red. Please prayerfully consider your weekly contributions to help us bridge the gap in collections as compared to expenses.

Give because you trust God.

Ken Meimann and Board of Trustees

CONFERENCE ROOM SIGN-UP: Our Conference Room is in high demand on Sunday mornings, so we’re asking you to sign up in the church office if you plan to use that room for a meeting or class to avoid conflicts. Reservations will be on a first come, first serve basis.

THURSDAY MORNING WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY invites all women in the congregation to join us at 10:00 am on Thursday mornings. Come and grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ and with one another.

SUNDAY NIGHT MEN would also welcome additional men to join them at 7:00 PM.

SUNDAY MORNING PRAYER MINISTERS will gather in the Fellowship Room for a time of prayer following our worship service this morning. If you are presently involved in our prayer ministry, or if you would like to be, join us. Anyone in need of prayer is encouraged to come and receive.

WINGS OF REFUGE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN continues; donations may be made payable to Bethany. Our goal is $4,000.00. To date, we have collected $3,180.00.

ALUMINUM CAN TABS continue to be collected. Tabs go to the Rochester, Minnesota, Ronald McDonald House, where they benefit the families of seriously ill children hospitalized at Mayo.