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All Announcements for June 21, 2015

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Happy Father’s Day
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers and Godly men who are with us today!

Congratulations Graduates
Congratulations to all of our graduates today. Accomplishments and future plans for those graduating High School and College can be found in the bulletin insert. We will be recognizing them during the morning service.

Alpha Pregnancy Baby Bottle Campaign
Alpha’s baby bottle campaign ends today. Please place your bottles on the back table for collection.

Daily Vacation Bible School
Daily Vacation Bible School is rapidly approaching! It will be held July 6-10 from 6:30-9pm. The theme is ‘Blast to the Past’. If wanting to support financially, there are $5 tabs still available in the foyer. Tabs, along with $5 can be placed in the schoolhouse and will go to help support the DVBS program.

Cook Book to Help Support the Youth Group
We are compiling a Youth Group Cookbook to benefit the Youth Group. We need your recipes! Recipe cards are available in the Foyer. Please give filled out recipes to Ginny Ramsay or Beth Brous. All funds from the sale of these books will go directly towards defraying the cost of activities for those who would without assistance be unable to attend many of the youth group activities such as camping trips, Christian concerts, Missionary trips, etc.

Sight and Sound
The church will be going to see Sight and Sound Theater’s presentation of Samson on April 9, 2016. Cost is $80 per person, and a sign-up sheet is in the foyer. Special pricing for children is available. See Gina McCarraher with any questions.

Have an Urgent Prayer Request for the Congregation?
Email prayer@lawndalebaptistchurch.org and we’ll ensure that the prayer request gets placed on the back of the bulletin. Prayer Requests not received by the time the bulletin is printed will be mentioned on Sunday Morning during prayer time. If you don’t have access to a computer, you can write down your prayer request and hand it to a Deacon, and we will ensure the church body is made aware.

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