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10 Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune At the Community Baptist Church of Hillman Pastor Killion shared the "Good News about lesus." You are given a choice about salva- tion. Sayyes to God, you will be saved and have eternal life! We enjoyed our Christmas service. It is so wonderful to hear about the birth of Jesus Christ through Christmas hymns. Bill and Cheryl Jorgensen sang "Silent Night." Brian Becker played his guitar and sang "Little Dlmnmer Boy." On New Years eve at 3 p.m. we are having a talent show at our church. We would like everyone to join in. This is for tim! Please bring appe- tizers. You have lots of time to practice. On Jan. 5 at 10 a.m. there will be a breakfast at the church hosted by Mel Pyle. The business meeting will be held on January 8. On Jan.14 the fellowship meal, The Lord's Supper and MediLodge service will be held. Let us continue to keep Pastor Killion and his family in prayer. Pray for all of the sick and injured in our church and the community, those who have lost loved ones, military personnel and their families, the hun- gry, homeless, lonely, and depressed, for peace in Is- rael, and for our country. Have a God filled week. Bless you and your family. New Beginnings Minis- tries would like to extend a thank you to all those who helped by donating their time and gifts for the Christ- mas baskets. It was greatly appreciated. Thank you to Don and Charmaine, for the Christ- mas skit they brought to us. The men meet on Thurs- day mornings for breakfast at Jacques at 8:30 a.m. The ladies meet at the church for their craft meetings on Wednesday momings at 10 a.m. All are welcome to join in. Looking ahead: We will be hosting a Christian family dinner on Jan. 13 following morning service. Our theme will be comfort foods. Our prayer list this week include our servicemen and women and their families, our pastors and their fami- lies, lost the sick and shut- in's, our country and lead- ers. May the Lord bless you all this week. You are welcomed to come and gather in Jesus' name at the Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ this Sunday, Jan. 6. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. The sacrament of Holy Communion will be cel- ebrated. All believers in Jesus Christ are welcome at our communion table. There is Sunday School for children 4 years to 10 years old. Pastor Ginny Titus will bring the message of"Star of Wonder." After the service there will be a time of re- freshments and continued fellowship. The Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Jan. 13. If you cannot attend, please advise CaraLynn Pender. The Women's Fellowship will meet at the church on Tuesday, lan. 8, at 12:30 p.m. Bring a sack lunch. Refresh- ments and desserts are pro- vided. All women of the church are welcome! Our congregational An- num Meeting Part II will be Sunday, Jan. 13. At this meeting we will receive re- ports from our church boards, our fellowship groups and our pastors. We will also receive an account- ing of our church giving for the year. We hope you plan to attend this important meeting. At the HiUman United Methodist Church we were blessed to have Marion O'Neil give the message "What's New!" in the ab- sence of Pastor Don. The choir sang "Joy to the World," whichwas also sung as the choral blessing and the anthem, "Infant Holy, Infant Lowly," which was accompanied by Sue Barsen on the piano. Ashley Bartow acted as Acolyte for the ser- vice. Please pray for our churches, servicemen and women and their families, our country and our young people going to school, col- lege and those in the ser- vice, and for the families of all of the children and adults who were shot in Connecti- cut. Our congratulations and birthday blessings go to Doug Kenyon and Dwight Hardies, Jan. 2; Carol Balog and Katelyn Kenyon, Jan. 4; and Christine Ferguson, Jan. 5. Our Christian sympathy goes to the family of Raymond Banks and Ber- nard Hubert in the loss of their loved ones. On Sunday, Jan. 6 we will observe the Sacrament of Holy Communion. we thank an the women who helped with the meal for the Raymond Banks fu- neral. God bless all of you! During the winter months the choir will be practicing before the worship services. Please remember our prayer requests. We wish each of you many blessings for ahappy, healthyand safe New Year! May God bless, guide and direct your paths during the New Year. First Baptist Church of At- lanta was blessed with members stepping forward and filling in while pastor and his family finished the year on vacation. A couple of our ladies helped with leading the music, one played the piano and the other led in our congrega- tional singing. Arnold Favel preached a challenging New Year's message with the theme: "What time is it?" We greatly appreciate each of these in- dividuals filling in for the service. We have heard from the Mission Team from Chi- cago. They are looking for- ward to returning to Atlanta this summer and helping with Vacation Bible School again. They greatly added to an exciting time last year and we anticipate an even more exciting time this year. We welcome last year's families back again and in- vite others to attend'this year. Watch for details. Please be aware of the up- coming events: Jan. 9, Church Lay Renewal with Bob Foy; Jan. 16, Church Business Meetingwith Con- stitutional Changes; Feb. 17, Walk Right Bible Institute Choral Group. You are always welcome at First Baptist Church. May God blessyou andyour fam- ily in 2013! Members and guests of St. John Lutheran Church, Hillman observed the first Sunday after Christmas last Sunday. Thank you to Greg, Liz, Emily, Duane, Rich, Jerry and Sheila for assisting Pastor Mandley with the worship service. Thank you all who donated the poin- settia this year to add to the beauty of our church. On Sunday, Jan. 6, there will be an appreciation breakfast for Beth Noffze, as she retires after serving the congregation for 44 years as the organist. A breakfast will follow the 10 a.m. service. Installation of officers will also be held on Sunday, Jan. 6. Contribution envelopes for 2013 are now available. The 2013 usher schedule, flower chart and altar guild schedule are all posted on the bulletin board. With Pastor Keith being out of town, Chaplain Larry Green headed our service at the Big Rock Congrega- tional Church. We had sev- eral testimonies and sang some new songs. This was all followed by a delicious breakfast put on by Dixie Bargowski and her helpers. Thank you Dixie! We're looking forward to activities in the new year, such as the Wild Game Din- ner, probably in February - date to be announced; Gov. Board meeting in January, Quarterly meeting in Janu- ary, and youth visitors from another church coming for the weekend of Jan. 24-27. Stay tuned for other activi- ties coming up. We wish everyone a blessed and prosperous new year, with our Lord as your guiding light. LAM IS A DEADLY LUNG DISEASE WITH NO KNOWN CURE Learn More Visit thelamfoundation.org |TTACK ASTHMA. ACT NOW. , .................  am .m. !| :00 am Rd. 10 Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune At the Community Baptist Church of Hillman Pastor Killion shared the "Good News about lesus." You are given a choice about salva- tion. Sayyes to God, you will be saved and have eternal life! We enjoyed our Christmas service. It is so wonderful to hear about the birth of Jesus Christ through Christmas hymns. Bill and Cheryl Jorgensen sang "Silent Night." Brian Becker played his guitar and sang "Little Dlmnmer Boy." On New Years eve at 3 p.m. we are having a talent show at our church. We would like everyone to join in. This is for tim! Please bring appe- tizers. You have lots of time to practice. On Jan. 5 at 10 a.m. there will be a breakfast at the church hosted by Mel Pyle. The business meeting will be held on January 8. On Jan.14 the fellowship meal, The Lord's Supper and MediLodge service will be held. Let us continue to keep Pastor Killion and his family in prayer. Pray for all of the sick and injured in our church and the community, those who have lost loved ones, military personnel and their families, the hun- gry, homeless, lonely, and depressed, for peace in Is- rael, and for our country. Have a God filled week. Bless you and your family. New Beginnings Minis- tries would like to extend a thank you to all those who helped by donating their time and gifts for the Christ- mas baskets. It was greatly appreciated. Thank you to Don and Charmaine, for the Christ- mas skit they brought to us. The men meet on Thurs- day mornings for breakfast at Jacques at 8:30 a.m. The ladies meet at the church for their craft meetings on Wednesday momings at 10 a.m. All are welcome to join in. Looking ahead: We will be hosting a Christian family dinner on Jan. 13 following morning service. Our theme will be comfort foods. Our prayer list this week include our servicemen and women and their families, our pastors and their fami- lies, lost the sick and shut- in's, our country and lead- ers. May the Lord bless you all this week. You are welcomed to come and gather in Jesus' name at the Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ this Sunday, Jan. 6. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. The sacrament of Holy Communion will be cel- ebrated. All believers in Jesus Christ are welcome at our communion table. There is Sunday School for children 4 years to 10 years old. Pastor Ginny Titus will bring the message of"Star of Wonder." After the service there will be a time of re- freshments and continued fellowship. The Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Jan. 13. If you cannot attend, please advise CaraLynn Pender. The Women's Fellowship will meet at the church on Tuesday, lan. 8, at 12:30 p.m. Bring a sack lunch. Refresh- ments and desserts are pro- vided. All women of the church are welcome! Our congregational An- num Meeting Part II will be Sunday, Jan. 13. At this meeting we will receive re- ports from our church boards, our fellowship groups and our pastors. We will also receive an account- ing of our church giving for the year. We hope you plan to attend this important meeting. At the HiUman United Methodist Church we were blessed to have Marion O'Neil give the message "What's New!" in the ab- sence of Pastor Don. The choir sang "Joy to the World," whichwas also sung as the choral blessing and the anthem, "Infant Holy, Infant Lowly," which was accompanied by Sue Barsen on the piano. Ashley Bartow acted as Acolyte for the ser- vice. Please pray for our churches, servicemen and women and their families, our country and our young people going to school, col- lege and those in the ser- vice, and for the families of all of the children and adults who were shot in Connecti- cut. Our congratulations and birthday blessings go to Doug Kenyon and Dwight Hardies, Jan. 2; Carol Balog and Katelyn Kenyon, Jan. 4; and Christine Ferguson, Jan. 5. Our Christian sympathy goes to the family of Raymond Banks and Ber- nard Hubert in the loss of their loved ones. On Sunday, Jan. 6 we will observe the Sacrament of Holy Communion. we thank an the women who helped with the meal for the Raymond Banks fu- neral. God bless all of you! During the winter months the choir will be practicing before the worship services. Please remember our prayer requests. We wish each of you many blessings for ahappy, healthyand safe New Year! May God bless, guide and direct your paths during the New Year. First Baptist Church of At- lanta was blessed with members stepping forward and filling in while pastor and his family finished the year on vacation. A couple of our ladies helped with leading the music, one played the piano and the other led in our congrega- tional singing. Arnold Favel preached a challenging New Year's message with the theme: "What time is it?" We greatly appreciate each of these in- dividuals filling in for the service. We have heard from the Mission Team from Chi- cago. They are looking for- ward to returning to Atlanta this summer and helping with Vacation Bible School again. They greatly added to an exciting time last year and we anticipate an even more exciting time this year. We welcome last year's families back again and in- vite others to attend'this year. Watch for details. Please be aware of the up- coming events: Jan. 9, Church Lay Renewal with Bob Foy; Jan. 16, Church Business Meetingwith Con- stitutional Changes; Feb. 17, Walk Right Bible Institute Choral Group. You are always welcome at First Baptist Church. May God blessyou andyour fam- ily in 2013! Members and guests of St. John Lutheran Church, Hillman observed the first Sunday after Christmas last Sunday. Thank you to Greg, Liz, Emily, Duane, Rich, Jerry and Sheila for assisting Pastor Mandley with the worship service. Thank you all who donated the poin- settia this year to add to the beauty of our church. On Sunday, Jan. 6, there will be an appreciation breakfast for Beth Noffze, as she retires after serving the congregation for 44 years as the organist. A breakfast will follow the 10 a.m. service. Installation of officers will also be held on Sunday, Jan. 6. Contribution envelopes for 2013 are now available. The 2013 usher schedule, flower chart and altar guild schedule are all posted on the bulletin board. With Pastor Keith being out of town, Chaplain Larry Green headed our service at the Big Rock Congrega- tional Church. We had sev- eral testimonies and sang some new songs. This was all followed by a delicious breakfast put on by Dixie Bargowski and her helpers. Thank you Dixie! We're looking forward to activities in the new year, such as the Wild Game Din- ner, probably in February - date to be announced; Gov. Board meeting in January, Quarterly meeting in Janu- ary, and youth visitors from another church coming for the weekend of Jan. 24-27. Stay tuned for other activi- ties coming up. We wish everyone a blessed and prosperous new year, with our Lord as your guiding light. LAM IS A DEADLY LUNG DISEASE WITH NO KNOWN CURE Learn More Visit thelamfoundation.org |TTACK ASTHMA. ACT NOW. , .................  am .m. !| :00 am Rd.