THE HISTORY OF OUR CHURCH AND OUR PEOPLE. Beginning Sunday, August 13th, David Needs will be leading a six week class in the fellowship hall during Sunday School to celebrate our church’s 150th Anniversary. We will examine the history of our town and our church and our people. We will see both similarities and differences from a time past but examine it through a spiritual lens showing how these events related to biblical principles, too. Among the topics covered:
- Prelude to the civil war and living in uncertain time;
- The civil war;
- Rebuilding a town and relationships;
- Education and its impact;
- What the church service in our current church looked like;
- And much more.
Please make plans to join us during Sunday School as we continue to celebrate our 150th Anniversary. Every class will contain information regarding our history but if you miss one, you can come in and pick right back up. Remember breakfast and coffee at 9:30 and Sunday School at 9:45.
Meals for Meadows Family—Life in the Meadows house is very busy with the arrival of triplet boys! Let’s show them our love and support by providing meals, making that one less thing they have to do! If you would like to prepare a meal, please go to www.takethemameal.com to sign up (go to the Find box and type in Meadows for the recipients name and the password is 3333). Meals should be left in the church kitchen by 2 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Dates, meal ideas, likes and dislikes can all be found on the website. Please call or text Roxanne Moser at 865-696-4004 if you have any questions or need help signing up. We need volunteers for September. Please take a few minutes to check out the website and see if you are available!
Wednesdays – 6:30-8:00 pm (except for Family Night Wednesday)
Sundays- 1:00- 3:00 pm
Furniture and other big items can be donated beginning mid-August when the storage pod is set in place near the west lawn. Remember that we cannot sell baby furniture, oversized sofas or older bulky TVs. Call with any questions. There is a need in the church family for a washer and/or dryer. Also appliances in working order are good sellers.
Please sort clothing by Men, Women, Kids into labeled white plastic bags, loosely tied. Shoes should be tied or banded together if possible. Nicer clothing can be donated on hangers.
Clean, useful housewares, linens, toys, jewelry and finer things are needed.
Book donations are welcome, but please no textbooks or encyclopedias.
Let’s work hard to support our Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson County and Helping Hands, Healing Hearts children’s ministry with a very successful 2017 Mission Yard Sale!