Ordination and Installation of Elders

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On Sunday, January 6th we will ordain and/or install our newest elders, the class of 2021: Mike Hofmann, Teresa Griffith, and Billie Ann Bevels.  Due to a scheduling conflict, Larry Wilson will be ordained and installed on January 13th.  Also, Alan Johnson will be acknowledged as our elected Trustee for the class of 2021.  We are grateful for their willingness to recognize God’s call through the process of our church’s election.  We also want to give thanks for our elder class of 2018 who have faithfully served over the past three years: Delight Alexander, Luanne Cole, Anna Leasure, Jane Mosley, and Dick Peyton.

2019 Marriage Enrichment Classes



Most married couples survive by gritting their teeth and holding on.  However, as Gary Thomas reveals in this video Bible study, couples will not only survive but actually thrive in marriage when they learn how to cherish one another.  This simple practice of cherishing - noticing, appreciating, honoring, and encouraging one another - can reverse old patterns of “going through the motions,” and bring hope and life into every marriage.  Please join us for the study, “Cherish: The One Word That Changes Everything For Your Marriage”.

We are looking forward to our Marriage Enrichment Classes this year as we learn from God’s Word how to cherish and love our spouses.  Please join us beginning on January 20th.  We will meet Sundays from 5:00 to 6:30, with a meal included.  Please sign up on the flyer in the bulletin and drop in the offering plate, or call the church office.  We look forward to learning with you about God’s plan and purpose for our marriages!  For more information please contact Denise or Rob Wilson.

Living Waters for the World Worship Service

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Our church’s Living Waters for the World Mission Team will lead the worship service on January 13th.  The focus will be on those missions to which God has called us as a congregation.  The service will include slides and reports from those who served with our partners in the Getsemani National Presbyterian Church in Opichen, Yucatan, Mexico this past October.