•Attention Members and Visitors:The Kid’s area is undergoing a little facelift. The Sunday School classrooms were temporarily relocated on April 8th and 15th. We are hoping things will be back to normal on April 22, 2018. During this process, the new fellowship hall is being used for storage. Therefore, that area will be unavailable for use until April 24th. Keep checking back for updates as more information becomes available.Also, the new doors have been installed (right side of church at top of ramp and left side of church next to the heat/air units). Those doors are now EXIT ONLY doors or they may be entered with a church key. The only entrance doors will now be the front door and the door entering the fellowship hall under the portico. This has been done to improve the safety/security of our members, visitors and facility. •Don’t forget that it is time to sign up for Vacation Bible School (scheduled for June 10th - 15th). You can do so in the church vestibule.•Posted April 22, 2018: Once again the “Young at Heart” Sunday school class will be collecting donations to help purchase “Goats for Haiti” from now until the last Sunday in May. You can give your donation to any member of this class or through the regular offering of the church. Make sure that you designate (Goats for Haiti) on your check or offering envelope.•Today, Sunday, April 22nd, is Men's Day in our church. We will have a men and boys breakfast at 9:30 A.M. We encourage all men and boys to come eat breakfast with us. We would like to thank all of the men that have come today to teach Sunday School, lead our music, bring our messages from the pulpit and various other positions in our church. Please pray for these men as they come to lead us in our worship services today.•The next meeting of the MHBC Security “Safety” Team will be on April 24, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. Anyone interested in being a part of the team is encouraged to attend. You are not required to have a concealed carry license to be part of the team. There are many positions available for men and women. Contact Mckenzie Hardin or Kaylene Poff if interested or have questions. There are two funds available to provide monetary support for the safety of the church facility, our members, and visitors: “Video Survellience Fund” or the “MHBC Safety and Security Fund.” •On Sunday, May 6th, we will have a candidate for the Minister of Music position here leading our worship music service and bringing our special music on this day. Please pray that God’s Will be done as we seek to fill this vital ministry in our church.•Every Sunday morning at 10am, we have a special time for our kids called Mountain Movers.Sometimes it may be a devotion, a short video, or our puppet “Mountain Man” with an important lesson... it’s a fun and inspirational time for the kids before they go to Sunday School. Also, during the morning worship service we have a time called Children’s Church, where the kids come to the front of the sanctuary for a short message and when that concludes all children, ages 5 and under, are invited to our children’s area to continue children’s church.I encourage you to bring your children, they are never to young to start learning about Jesus. It’s a beautiful sight to see kids learning, having fun and growing in their faith.
Kaylene Poff is taking care of sharing our prayer concerns during the week. If you want to be included on the email list that gets the prayer concerns/updates or you want to add someone to the prayer list contact Kaylene at email@example.com call her at (270) 849-4768.
The five people who will constitute the Pastor Search (Pulpit) Committee include the following: Charlotte Benningfield, David England, Margaret Pyles, Jim Sabo, Jr., and Don Veatch. Please pray for this committee daily as they commit to finding the next pastor of MHBC. May God’s vision for our church be what is sought as we go forward.
Billy Compton, Interim Pastor
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