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Merry Presbyterians

Merry Presbyterians

Merry Presbyterians are 55+ and meet for fun, trips, and outings.

The schedule for the Merry Presbyterians is:

Every meeting begins with a devotion, each meal has a blessing, and the emphasis is on Christian fellowship while having fun and exploring new things.

Spring of 2014 we went to Rose Hill Plantation, Toured the Enoree Winery in Newberry, Newberry Opera House, and a picnic at the lake.

We will meet again with a kickoff in September.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
       Merry Presbyterians at McCutcheon House

November 14 ENews

THE FORWARD LOOK E-MAIL EDITION

November 14, 2014

Sermon: “Better Than The ‘X Factor’”…………Dr. J. Ben Sloan

Scripture Lesson:  Rev. 5:8-14; 2 Chronicles 29:10-18 

Ben’s Bin….    Stewardship
In the movie “Return of the King” the prince came back to claim his throne.  The steward of the land did not want to give it up- but was reminded that a steward is not a king.  In our lives, the temptation is to think we deserve and have earned all by ourselves all that we have.  We forget that we were not in control of where we were born, who our parents were, what our breaks were (the X factor), or the blessing of God.  God is the King, we are stewards.  A steward is to take care of the gifts, to manage them well and to honor the King.  This year we are reminded that we are rooted in God’s grace and reaching to bear fruit for Him.   The kingdom’s moving forward depends on our ability to catch the vision and to give toward the vision- of reaching children, youth, parents, adults for Christ.   We give not because we own things- we came with nothing and will leave with nothing.  We give back to the owner recognizing that in the end He owns us, and we want to honor Him.   This Sunday 11/16 is Stewardship Dedication Sunday.  You will be invited to come forward and drop your tithe, offering, time & talent, and pledge card in the baskets up front.   As you do so, please look deep in your heart to reset it to Honor the Lover of Your Soul- the King of kings.
CONSTRUCTION AND “A CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM” UPDATE
We have been waiting until the last minute to take up the last thirty parking spaces we needed to take before we graded and paved.   But now there is a disconnect between our west side of our church campus and parking (toward Chapin), and our east side of our church campus (toward White Rock).  In effect, this makes our parking tighter for this week.  Next week, we will gravel the old parking area, but this week it will not be graveled.  I have asked our elders, deacons, and staff to go in the east graveled drive (toward White Rock) and park behind the Children’s Ministry Building.  We hope to pave the new drives and parking by the end of November.  We will be thankful for that!
We had our first Dayschool Board meeting this week.  The Dayschool Board is Peggy Burgin (elder), Libby Smith (deacon), Charlene Morgan (PW), Trish Edwards (at large), Mary Higginbotham (parent), Elinor Harris (parent), and staff- Ben Sloan, Tracie Stewart, Jane Jermac, Mele Baize.  We decided that the Dayschool will be open 6:45 AM until 6:00 PM with a late fee time until 6:30 PM.  We approved a competitive teacher salary, and are working on tuition rates, bylaws, calendar, and publicity.
This week the electricity will be turned on in the Children’s Ministry Building (just in time).   Most of the Covered Walkway is being built off site.  Many sidewalks around the building, required by Richland County will be poured this week.  The beginning of the playground equipment is to come this week.  Thank you to all who pray and give to make this project go forward.  I am inviting lots of friends and dignitaries to the dedication on 12/21.

LMPC YOUTH AT A GLANCE–

JJ’s ~ 5:00-6:00 pm SERVICE! Pack Snack Packs @ LMPC! Write a few notes for the packs and bring them  with you! 6:00-6:30 pm Dinner

Middlers ~ 5:00-6:00 pm Devotion and Games @ LMPC! 6:00-6:30 pm Dinner

Sr Highs ~ 6:00-6:30 pm Dinner 6:30-7:30 pm Pack Care Packages for College Students.  Bring fun things for their boxes such as snacks, candy, pens, pencils, and be sure to write some nice notes!

 WE CARE –We still have one month to go in the exciting Clemson vs. USC Give-off! Check the chart behind the orange and black tubs in the Fellowship Hall to see how your team is doing. We Care helped over 70 families just in the past week! Your continued support is greatly appreciated. Here’s the most needed items for November: SPAGHETTI SAUCE, FLOUR, RAMEN NOODLES/CUPS, BAKED BEANS, PINTO BEANS/BLACKEYED PEAS, CANNED FRUIT, CHILI BEANS, PEANUT BUTTER/JELLY, CANNED POTATOES/YAM & COLLARD GREENS.  Thank you for helping to provide for our neighbors in need! If you have any questions, please contact Eileen Rickman at 351-2280.

So far to date for our Carolina—Clemson Food Drive.

Carolina 739 – Clemson 842 and Georgia Tech 170.

 

 

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD IS UNDERWAY!

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world. LMPC is providing the colorful shoe boxes for you to fill with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. Boxes are available for pick up in the Fellowship Hall along with instructions. There is also a “Let’s Be Friends!” coloring sheet for children to include if they are helping fill a box. Our goal this year is 300 boxes filled! Please return the shoe boxes on or before Sunday, Nov. 16th to LMPC for                dedication and delivery to the local drop off center.

On November 19, 2014, the Merry Presbyterians will visit the South Carolina State House, the building housing the state government in Columbia.  Following a tour of the building and grounds, we will walk across the street to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, the first Episcopal Church and the oldest surviving sanctuary in Columbia. We will have lunch Harpers downtown. There is no charge for the tours. The LMPC bus is available for 15 riders at $2.00 per person. Please call the church office (345-5140) to register and sign up to ride the bus. We will depart the church parking lot at 9:30 a.m. and return around 3:00 p.m. Ann and Walter Hall are the event coordinators.

 

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE–  There is a new sidewalk connecting the Sanctuary to the Chidlren’s Ministry Building.  The masons have finished their beautiful brickwork.  We have put in about 64 panes of glass this week, and the insulation is going in.  Painting and tile work is being done, as  well as grading for the building and the drive.  We may temporarily lose some more parking, but we hope to have things paved by the end of this month.   We are still planning on dedicating the building 12/21– everything is still on   schedule.

 

 

Family Advent Workshop, Sunday November 30 from 4-6 pm. Come join us in the  sanctuary at 4 pm.  Pastor Tracie will explain advent and we will celebrate the 1st Sunday   in advent.  There will be live animals from Lil’ Buddies Learning Zoo in Blythewood,  followed by making advent wreaths and other Christmas crafts.  We will have a pizza dinner.  Please email Jane at janej.lmpchurch@gmail.com to let her know if you are attending.  We need a count for supplies and dinner.

 

November Ladies Night Out is Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 6:30 at R&T Gifts

A-K: Appetizers   L-Z: Beverages

 

STAFF LOVE OFFERING: The Love Offering is a way to say thanks to the people who work at the church on a day to day basis.  The staff is dedicated and do much behind the scenes to make things go smoothly.  Cleaning, typing, counseling, nurturing, visiting, creating, organizing, teaching and preaching, are just some of the ways our staff works for the glory of God.  A love offering will be taken 11/16 – 12/14 for our church staff to let them know how much they are appreciated.

 

All Women of LMPC are invited to a Christmas Party on Tuesday, December 2nd at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Please bring  a monetary gift or gift card for Thornwell Children’s Home and a finger food to share.  Childcare will be provided.

 

Adult Christmas Party is December 4.  Tickets will go on sale ($28) today after church.  This will be a special prime rib dinner with live entertainment and fellowship at Mid-Carolina CC.

 

Snack packs for Thanksgiving The children will be home for 6 days and we really need to make sure they do not go hungry. LMPC currently serves anywhere from 35-40 children in our community on the weekends. Adding these items will be necessary since they are home for so long!

Peanut butter (small jars), Vienna sausages, Beenie Weenies,Ravioli, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Raisins and Saltines.   We need at least 40 of each to add to the Snackpack-all donations are greatly appreciated!  Thank you!

                                                                Recipients for Thanksgiving Day Meals

The Chapin area community is preparing to host its annual Thanksgiving at the HUB.  We need your help.  Between now and November 20, 2014, please contact Cheyrl Boone at 345 -1148 or   (Toomanyyeses@gmail.com) if you know of a family or individual that could benefit from a good hot meal on Thanksgiving Day.  The community would be glad to show their concern for anyone that needs our help. Contact that someone you know who could use our help and if they will accept our offer, please let me know.  Meals will arrive between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.

Sometimes pride keeps a person from signing up because they do not want just anyone to know they need help. If you know someone like this, but they are willing to take help from you and you can take meals to them on Thanksgiving Day, please sign your name to the recipient list.   Just let us know that you will be making a delivery and how many meals you will need. The meals will be packed and waiting for you at the HUB by 10:30 am on Thanksgiving Day.

                                                                                                                                                        

Fruit Packing – Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Please come to the LMPC gym at 6:00 for dinner and fruit packing. You will need to contact Cheyrl Boone (345 – 1148) or Toomanyyeses@gmail.com or Melinda Rogers (345 -7066) to let us know that you are coming.  We want to be sure we have enough food.  The fruit packing should not take more than an hour.

 

Thanksgiving Day at the HUB – Thursday, November 27, 2014

The HUB’s address is 670 Meadowlark Road, Little Mountain, SC 29075.

Come to the HUB on Thanksgiving morning and help us prepare, pack and deliver meals to the needy in our community.  Everyone are welcome.  You do not need to sign up to come to the HUB on Thanksgiving morning.     8:30 – 9:00 food arrives   8:30 – 9:30 set up   9:30 – plates prepared   10:30 – deliver plates

 

 

 

 

The 2015 LMPC Altar Flower Sing up book is located in the Fellowship Hall Narthex.                                  Flowers are still $45 per vase and payment is due at the time of signup.

Prayer Requests

*Barbara Bauknight; Laura Mars; *Mary Margaret Thomas; *Jason New; *George Shealy and family upon the passing of *Tootsie Shealy; *Walt Rucker;  *Hack McGill and family upon the loss of his mother; Peiman Yaraei, son in law of *John and *Lyn Richards; Austin Guy;  *Joel Winchip; The family of *Lewie Harrell upon his passing; Gary Kessler; *Buster Rhame; Mazie Atkinson; Irma New; *Gene Crocker; Amy Miles; Brooks Askins; *Nancy Brooks; Collette Knight; *Steve   Holleman; Henry Gibson; *Lynn Bigler; *Jim Pepper’s  mother; Nathan Derrick, son in-law of *Erma Kaminer;  Betsy Dix, daughter of *Lois Cathcart; *Irene Menchinger; Ricky Floyd, brother of *Nancy  Shealy; Jay Johns; Ronnie Collins; *Ruth Palassis’ sister; Jeremy Halsy; *Nancy Whiteside; *Ruth Palassis; *Joe David; *Roxanne Edwards; *Betsy Cothran; *Jon Buhrow; Elizabeth Wilson; *Alyssa Mott; *Daniel White; friends and family members serving in the military; A Child Shall Lead Them Project;  (*members)

Calendar

November 16              Operation Christmas Dedication Sunday
                                    Officer Training at 7 pm

November 18              CE meets at 5 pm

November 19              Merry Presbyterians Trip

November 23              Community Thanksgiving at St. John

December 2                 PW Christmas Gathering
December 4                 Adult Christmas Party

December 6                 Justin Pepper Toy Drive

December 7                 Visitor’s Lunch

December 14               Lessons and Carols
December 21               Dedication of Children MinBldg

December 24               Christmas Eve Services 5, 7, 11

 

 

Who Is Serving November 16

Ushers                         Worship Attendant                   Greeters                     Nursery Attendants

Lamar Comalander      (A) Autumn Browder              Doug Martin                10 am Elinor Harris

Rahn McCrady             (C) Addie Harrington              Dianne Martin                        Mary Hoskins

Smyth McCrady                                                                                                           Belle Harrell

Sandy Westmoreland   Children’s Church                    Sound System             Liturgist

Ken Jermac                  Taylor Rider                            Charles Craft               Michael Long

Vann Mullis                 Caroline Rider

Lovic Brooks

Keith Sims

Sun Up Ushers: David Ayer and Jan Overstreet

 

Who Is Serving November 23

Ushers                         Worship Attendant                   Greeters                     Nursery Attendants

Bo Locklier                  (A) Wrye Chavis                       Phyllis Tuck               10 am Kelly Rogers

Mack McGahee           (C) Brianna Milam Hook         Becky Hash                                      Tammy Baxley

John Dillard                                                                                                              Anna Baxley

Vicki McGahee           Children’s Church                     Sound System           Liturgist

Larry Owens                Anna Edwards                         Mark Johnson             Doug Martin

Michael Long               Ashley Latiff

Travis White

 

Sun Up Ushers: Hack McGill and Clare McGill

 

Our web page is www.lmpchurch.org. Our sanctuary Wifi password is Lovinggod123

Poinsettias

2014

During the advent season poinsettias add such a special touch to our church. If you would like to order a poinsettia, please fill out the information below and drop it in the offering plate.

 

Name:___________________________________________

 

No. of Poinsettias:_________ @ $12.00 each

(Red)

In Honor of:______________________________________

________________________________________________

(White)

In Memory of:____________________________________

________________________________________________

 

The last day to place your order is Sunday, November 30th

 

*You may pick up your plants after the 11pm Worship service on Christmas Eve, December 24th.

 

May the Deacons distribute your plants to the homebound after Christmas?

Yes_________ No________

November 7 ENews

www.lmpchurch.org

THE FORWARD LOOK E-MAIL EDITION

November 7, 2014
Sermon: “Does it Have to be COLD Water?”…………Dr. J. Ben Sloan     Scripture Lesson:  Matthew 10:37-42

 Ben’s Bin….   In my first church I baptized about one baby every one and a half years. It was a HUGE deal for the whole church because it was so rare. Life is such a gift, and to commit a child to God and to welcome a child into the church family of faith is so very important.
The last couple of years LMPC has been blessed with a slew of baptisms. It is a good thing that we are building a Children’s Ministry Building. Such a building would be necessary if we didn’t add any more members. We are finding it will free up the Gym building for a lot of important uses that we have been neglecting. Adult classes will not have to double up with Preschool posters moving chairs and tables each week. Some classes can get out of the Fellowship Hall, and this frees up room to make things organized- with a Missions Room for Snackpack storage and more. So we will have had three baptisms in a row (Cayden Brown, Addy Hinson/Hood, Knox Evans, and Allison Furse is around the corner in December with Rhett Joannides the end of October). Each child is special in God’s sight. Each baptism energizes our church with hope for the future, and strength to move forward. When Jason New and his son were baptized the same day- that was special. That we have more baptisms than funerals is a great thing- that should not be overlooked. That we are doing so much for children means we should also look to do more for our young adults- offering opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship. We have a number of young adults coming on the diaconate and session in January. Baptisms are much more significant than political victories or football games. Republicans and Democrats will continue to move back and forth. Clemson and Carolina will both win and both lose- and five years from now we will have a hard time remembering. I stay up late watching both results with keen interest. But I am reminded that the world changes more from the welcoming of a child into the family of God than we may begin to realize. I am so grateful for LMPC. It is an amazing place to be.

STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY IS 11/16
     There are many examples in scripture of making a vow or a pledge to give to the Lord. It is a commitment given in faith- in a culture where commitments are hard to come by and deep faith is hard to find. But our stewardship theme is “Rooted and Reaching.” Our commitment is based on those who committed before us to make a fellowship of faith. Our commitment is based on the hope that we will continue to bear fruit. We are especially challenged as our church grows and has special needs to give to get us over the hump of growth. We have special needs in terms of personnel (associate, property supervisor, help to fill in for Laura Mars), and property needs- with a new building. We are also trying to get our Missions budget back where it should be- to help needy causes more- like Thornwell and Goodworks. The needs of the poor are not decreasing but increasing. Together, we can do much. But we need to all play our part and give as God has blessed us to His glory and for His name.     Sunday 11/16 we will come forward with our Time and Talent sheets, pledge cards, and regular offerings and put them in the baskets up front as a symbol of our commitment to the Lord. Remember the roots God has given you and be generous. Remember the need to reach out and commit yourself to give to others with a grateful heart to God.

LMPC YOUTH AT A GLANCE–
JJ’s ~ 5:00-6:00 pm Bible Study @ LMPC 6:00-6:30 pm Dinner
Middlers ~ Lunch and a movie right after church! We’ll grab some lunch and head on over to see Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day at Carmike at 1:30! We’ll return to LMPC around 3:45. Bring $$ for lunch and movie!
Sr Highs ~ 6:00-6:30 pm Dinner 6:30-7:30 pm Devotion @ LMPC

WE CARE –We still have one month to go in the exciting Clemson vs. USC Give-off! Check the chart behind the orange and black tubs in the Fellowship Hall to see how your team is doing. We Care helped over 70 families just in the past week! Your continued              support is greatly appreciated. Here’s the most needed items for November: SPAGHETTI SAUCE, FLOUR, RAMEN NOODLES/CUPS, BAKED BEANS, PINTO BEANS/BLACKEYED PEAS, CANNED FRUIT, CHILI BEANS, PEANUT BUTTER/JELLY, CANNED POTATOES/YAM & COLLARD GREENS.  Thank you for helping to provide for our neighbors in need! If you have any questions, please contact Eileen Rickman at 351-2280.

So far to date for our Carolina—Clemson Food Drive. Carolina 615 – Clemson 637

Presbyterian Women, Crafty Ladies, and Knit Wits with be holding a Mini Bazaar following the 8:30 and 10:30 AM worship services on Sunday, November 9, 2014.  Beautiful crafts, frozen casseroles, and delicious soups will be for sale with proceeds benefitting PW projects.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD IS UNDERWAY!
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world. LMPC is providing the colorful shoe boxes for you to fill with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. Boxes are available for pick up in the Fellowship Hall along with instructions. There is also a “Let’s Be Friends!” coloring sheet for children to include if they are helping fill a box. Our goal this year is 300 boxes filled! Please return the shoe boxes on or before Sunday, Nov. 16th to LMPC for               dedication and delivery to the local drop off center. 

On November 19, 2014, the Merry Presbyterians will visit the South Carolina State House, the building housing the state government in Columbia.  Following a tour of the building and grounds, we will walk across the street to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, the first Episcopal church and the oldest surviving sanctuary in Columbia. We will have lunch at the McCutchen House on the USC campus. There is no charge for the tours. The LMPC bus is available for 15 riders at $2.00 per person. Please call the church office (345-5140) to register and sign up to ride the bus. We will depart the church parking lot at 9:30 a.m. and return around 3:00 p.m. Ann and Walter Hall are the event coordinators.

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE– There is a new sidewalk connecting the Sanctuary to the Chidlren’s Ministry Building. The masons have finished their beautiful brickwork. We have put in about 64 panes of glass this week, and the insulation is going in. Painting and tile work is being done, as well as grading for the building and the drive. We may temporarily lose some more parking, but we hope to have things paved by the end of this month.   We are still planning on dedicating the building 12/21– everything is still on   schedule.

Adult Christmas Party is December 4. Tickets will go on sale ($28) today after church. This will be a special prime rib dinner with live entertainment and fellowship at Mid-Carolina CC.

Snack packs for Thanksgiving The children will be home for 6 days and we really need to make sure they do not go hungry. LMPC currently serves anywhere from 35-40 children in our community on the weekends. Adding these items will be necessary since they are home for so long!Peanut butter (small jars), Vienna sausages, Beenie Weenies,Ravioli, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Raisins and Saltines.   We need at least 40 of each to add to the Snackpack-all donations are greatly appreciated! Thank you!

                                                                Recipients for Thanksgiving Day Meals

The Chapin area community is preparing to host its annual Thanksgiving at the HUB. We need your help. Between now and November 20, 2014, please contact Cheyrl Boone at 345 -1148 or   (Toomanyyeses@gmail.com) if you know of a family or individual that could benefit from a good hot meal on Thanksgiving Day. The community would be glad to show their concern for anyone that needs our help. Contact that someone you know who could use our help and if they will accept our offer, please let me know. Meals will arrive between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Sometimes pride keeps a person from signing up because they do not want just anyone to know they need help. If you know someone like this, but they are willing to take help from you and you can take meals to them on Thanksgiving Day, please sign your name to the recipient list.   Just let us know that you will be making a delivery and how many meals you will need. The meals will be packed and waiting for you at the HUB by 10:30 am on Thanksgiving Day.                                                                                                                                      

Fruit Packing – Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Please come to the LMPC gym at 6:00 for dinner and fruit packing. You will need to contact Cheyrl Boone (345 – 1148) or Toomanyyeses@gmail.com or Melinda Rogers (345 -7066) to let us know that you are coming. We want to be sure we have enough food. The fruit packing should not take more than an hour.

Thanksgiving Day at the HUB – Thursday, November 27, 2014
The HUB’s address is 670 Meadowlark Road, Little Mountain, SC 29075.
Come to the HUB on Thanksgiving morning and help us prepare, pack and deliver meals to the needy in our community. Everyone are welcome. You do not need to sign up to come to the HUB on Thanksgiving morning.   8:30 – 9:00 food arrives   8:30 – 9:30 set up   9:30 – plates prepared   10:30 – deliver plates 

The 2015 LMPC Altar Flower Sing up book is located in the Fellowship Hall Narthex.                                 Flowers are still $45 per vase and payment is due at the time of signup.

Prayer Requests

Laura Mars; *Mary Margaret Thomas; *Jason New; *George Shealy and family upon the passing of *Tootsie Shealy; *Walt Rucker; *Hack McGill and family upon the loss of his mother; Peiman Yaraei, son in law of *John and *Lyn Richards; Austin Guy; The family of Josh Monts; *Joel Winchip; The family of *Lewie Harrell upon his passing; Gary Kessler; *Buster Rhame; Mazie Atkinson; Irma New; *Gene Crocker; Amy Miles; Brooks Askins; *Nancy Brooks; Collette Knight; *Steve   Holleman; Henry Gibson; *Lynn Bigler; *Jim Pepper’s mother; Nathan Derrick, son in-law of *Erma Kaminer; Betsy Dix, daughter of *Lois Cathcart; *Irene Menchinger; Ricky Floyd, brother of *Nancy Shealy; Jay Johns; Ronnie Collins; *Ruth Palassis’ sister; Jeremy Halsy; *Nancy Whiteside; *Ruth Palassis; *Joe David; *Roxanne Edwards; *Betsy Cothran; *Jon Buhrow; Elizabeth Wilson; *Alyssa Mott; *Daniel White; friends and family members serving in the military; A Child Shall Lead Them Project; (*members)

Please pray for our Business Administrator, Laura Mars, who underwent surgery. 

Calendar
November 9               PW Mini Bazaar

November 10              Joy Circle 10am F. Hall

November 11              Faith Circle 6:30 F. Hall

November 12              Trinity Circle Noon El Poblano

Peace Circle 6:30 F. Hall

November 16             Operation Christmas Dedication Sunday November 23            Community Thanksgiving December 4                Adult Christmas Party

December 6                Justin Pepper Toy Drive

December 14              Lessons and Carols December 21              Dedication of Children MinBldg

December 24              Christmas Eve Services 5, 7, 11

 

Who Is Serving November 9
Ushers                        Worship Attendant                   Greeters                     Nursery Attendants
Clare McGill                (A) Clay Aull                          Fred Yandle                 10 am Virginia Shealy
Bill Shattuck                (C) Carson Aull                      Debbie Yandle                      Autumn Browder
Hack McGill
John Ferguson             Children’s Church                     Sound System           Liturgist
Jordan Berry                Catherine Latiff                        Ben Brleand               Billy Higginbotham
David Jameson                        Ashley Latiff
Jeff Harrington

Sun Up Ushers: David Jameson and Robert Shealy

Who Is Serving November 16
Ushers                        Worship Attendant                   Greeters                     Nursery Attendants
Lamar Comalander      (A) Autumn Browder              Doug Martin                10 am Elinor Harris
Rahn McCrady             (C) Addie Harrington             Dianne Martin                       Mary Hoskins
Smyth McCrady                                                                                                          Belle Harrell
Sandy Westmoreland   Children’s Church                   Sound System             Liturgist
Ken Jermac                  Taylor Rider                         Charles Craft               Vacant
Vann Mullis                 Caroline Rider
Lovic Brooks
Keith Sims

Sun Up Ushers: David Ayer and Jan Overstreet

Elder on Call the week of:

November 9    Billy Higginbotham    345.2527

November 16  Michael Long              348.4560

Deacon on Call the week of:  

November 9    Libby Smith                7345.0767

November 16  David Strawhorn        622.7339

Our web page is www.lmpchurch.org. Our sanctuary Wifi password is Lovinggod123

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Thank you for all the visits, calls and prayers during Busters recovery. We truly appreciate each and every one.

Buster and Jackie Rhame

Poinsettias

2014

During the advent season poinsettias add such a special touch to our church. If you would like to order a poinsettia, please fill out the information below and drop it in the offering plate.

Name:___________________________________________

No. of Poinsettias:_________ @ $12.00 each

(Red)

In Honor of:______________________________________

________________________________________________

(White)

In Memory of:____________________________________

________________________________________________

The last day to place your order is Sunday, November 30th

*You may pick up your plants after the 11pm Worship service on Christmas Eve, December 24th.

May the Deacons distribute your plants to the homebound after Christmas?

Yes_________ No________