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Announcements for May 8, 2016

Happy Mother’s Day!
Hear my son, your father’s instruction, and forsake not your mother’s teaching, for they are a graceful garland for your head and pendants for your neck. Prov. 1:8-9

Because of Mother’s Day, there is no evening service tonight.

Discipleship- Multiply Movement
Multiply Movement will continue on May 22 due to Mother’s Day and the Men’s Retreat.

Alpha Pregnancy Baby Bottle Campaign
We will hold our annual baby bottle campaign for AlphaCare (formerly Alpha Pregnancy Services) from today through Father’s Day, June 19th. This year’s campaign will fund the purchase, maintenance and staffing of their newest endeavor, the Stork Bus which was delivered ahead of schedule! The Stork Bus ‘Rhonda’ is a mobile medical office that will travel around the city to have a further reach to at risk women. See the slides before and after the service for what the Stork bus looks like!

Men’s Retreat
The 10th annual Men’s retreat will be at SPADE International from Friday through Sunday. The cost is $75. See Joe McAvinney with any questions, and Jeremy Ramsay with payment. Directions are available to SPADE International.

Lancaster ‘Spring Fling’
The church will be going to Lancaster on Friday, May 20 to attend the Green Dragon Flea Market and Yoders Buffet. Details are in the foyer, along with a sign-up sheet. The cost for transportation is $3. See Pastor Ramsay with any questions. Come and enjoy a day of fellowship!

Keswick Hymnsing
The church will be going to the Keswick Hymnsing on June 2. The theme is ‘Music of Bill and Gloria Gaither’. Cost is $15 per person, which includes transportation and the cost of the program. A sign-up sheet is in the foyer. See Pastor Ramsay with any questions.

Church Family Picnic
Mark it on your calendars! The church picnic will be held at Carson Simpson Farms on June 18. More details to follow as the event grows closer.

Baptism and Church Membership
If interested in believer’s baptism or church membership, please see Pastor Matt or a member of the Deacon Board.

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