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•Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Iva Richerson Hardesty upon her death on November 19, 2017. Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home is in charge of details. Visitation will be at the funeral home beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 with the funeral service following at 2:00 p.m. •During the month of November we are taking up our Thanksgiving Offering that goes to Sunrise Children’s Services You can find an envelope for this offering in your packet of envelopes or there are extra envelops available in the offering plate.•The ladies in WMU has set a church goal of $3,000.00 for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions this year. We will be collecting it all through the month of December. We are asking you to help us reach this goal so that the people around the world may hear about the love of Christ.•Posted November 12, 2017: Please see the information below about assisting the Cancer Center with gift bag supplies for the patients receiving chemotherapy. •All church activities dismissed for Wednesday, November 22, 2017. As we celebrate this day of thanksgiving we pray that everyone has a safe “thankful and blessed” Thanksgiving Day with family and friends.•The youth group will be having a work day on Saturday, December 2nd. If you need help with any minor jobs, please fill out your information on the sign-up sheet on the credenza in the church vestibule.•The youth group will be attending Winter Xtreme from December 29th-31st. Several of our youth have expressed financial concerns and report that they are not able to pay the $65.00 deposit. If you would be interested in sponsoring one of our youth to attend this event, please let Erin Cox know. Payments needs to be made by Wednesday, November 29th.•Posted November 8, 2017: A Safety “Security” Committee will be formed in the next few weeks to look into what is needed to better protect the members and visitors on the church property. If you are interested in being a part of this committee, please let Mark Carney or one of the active deacons know. •The “Hanging of the Greens” Service will be on Sunday night, November 26th at 6:00 p.m.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org call her at (270) 849-4768.
Profession of Faith Decision
Tony Yocum made public his Profession of Faith decision at Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church on October 22, 2017 during the Morning Worship Service. His wife, Michelle, and Kallie stood with him as members of the congregation filed by to congratulate him on this important decision. He will be baptized at a later date.
For Your Convenience
Bro. Al Hardy will be leading the services on November 19th, November 26th, and December 3rd. Please support him with your prayers and attendance as he comes to lead us in the services.
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.
Taylor Regional Hospital Cancer Center provides each chemotherapy patient a gift bag on their first day of treatment. The items in the gift bag help to make the process of chemotherapy more comfortable and tolerable. The cancer center is in need of supplies to help furnish these gift bags. The Items that are necessary in every bag are: •Hand sanitizer•Lotion•Chapstick•Box of Kleenex•Thermometer (Dollar Tree items work perfectly)•1" binder for information with clear front pocketTaylor Regional Hospital supplies a nice bag and water bottle.Other comfort items that the patients would really appreciate:•Bags of lemon drops or peppermints to relieve nausea•Warm no-slip socks•Fleece throws•Prayer shawls•Gas cards•Puzzle booksEach one of us know family or friends who have been affected by cancer. This would be a wonderful project in which the children, youth, Sunday School Classes, or individuals could participate. The patients at the Cancer Center will be very appreciative of this special offering of love donated by groups and individuals. If you want to help furnish any of the supplies listed above, you can leave them in a designated box in the vestibule. We’ll start collecting the supplies on Sunday, November 19, 2017 until Sunday, December 10, 2017. They will then be delivered to the Cancer Center. Thank you!