This Week's Activities

Sunday - November 11th
The Sacrament of Communion
  9:00 am Cafe Faith
  9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service
Monday - November 12th
  9:00 am Bulletin Information Due
  9:00 am Website Information Due
  6:30 pm Triad A Cappella Connection
  7:00 pm Stated Session Meeting
Tuesday - November 13th
  5:00 pm Weight Watchers
Wednesday - November 14th
  9:00 am Weight Watchers
  9:30 am Bible Study
  6:00 pm The Gathering
  7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
Thursday - November 15th
  5:30 pm The Next 56 Days
Friday - November 16th
No Scheduled Church Activities
Saturday - November 17th
  8:30 am Women's Bible Study
  8:30 am Men's Bible Study
Sunday - November 18th
  9:00 am Cafe Faith
  9:30 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service-Stewardship Sunday

Sunday, November 25 at 5:00 p.m.

Sermons -- Rev John Pruitt

Rev John Pruitt's weekly sermons are now available on video.  To access his sermons click on Read More.

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Dusting Bookshelves

Reflections on the Writings of N. T. Wright

Kathleen L. Thach

A few years ago one of our guest ministers, in the course of his sermon, mentioned N. T. Wright.   I’d never heard of the man, so I made a note in my bulletin to check him out, to read some of his work.   I’m glad I did.



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Whatcha Got Cookin' by Ellen Watts


On September 9, 2018, many of us enjoyed a lovely baby shower for Megan Tincher and Dustin Bryant, given by Amy and Drew Evans.  Mark Evans made these delicious little sandwiches for the occasion, and they were delightful.


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Tales From the Bible by Mike Southern

"The Army in the Treetops"

After King Saul died fighting the Philistines, the people of Judah made David their king. And although everybody knew that God intended David to rule over all of Israel, there were other men who declared war on him and tried to stop his rise to power. Many times they invaded towns and killed innocent people, which only made David angry.


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From the Pastor

"A Gift"

October 2018

"While I pray daily to be delivered from the most awful things that can happen to human beings — land mines, wasting illness, killing poverty, civil wars — I give thanks for even the semi-terrible things that have happened to me, since they have shown me what is really real.  They have made me tell the truth.


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