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14A Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune At the Calvary Episcopal Church, Fr. Gerald Rehagan celebrates holy communion, this last week of Julyat the 11 a.m. Coffee and fellowship follow in the Founders' Room. Please join us. During the VI Day cel- ebration, which is 2 weeks away, Calvary will host a Trash 'n Treashres sale in the Founders' Room. Ifyou have gentlyuseditems that you'd like to donate to this sale, call the church and leave a message and we'll arrange a mutually conve- nient time for drop offs. In addition, we'll host our bake sale and the tradi- tional luncheon of brats, sloppy joes, salads and desserts. Mark your calen- dar and plan to visit Cal- vary as part of your VI Day activities. The community food pantry is open Thursday, July 25 from 2-4 p.m. The pantry assists those who need help with basic food items and personal care products. Donations are also welcome and can be dropped offat the Hillman Wright Library. Areminder that the Com- munity Food Pantry is open Thursday of this week, 2-4 p.m.. This week's prayer list in- cludes Earlene, Mary, Terry, Phyllis, Mike, and Ruth. We also ask for your prayers for Fr. Rehagan's sister, Rosemary. Biithday wishes go to Julie Jones, July 25; Gina Cousineau, July 28; Kathy Radzibon, July 29; and Marion Kelly, July 30. Happy anniversary to Dennis and Debbie Villeneuve. Finally, remember the soup and sandwich supper at Grace Church Long Rap - iris on Friday, July 26. Ser- vice begins at 4:30 and a free will offering is taken. If you'd like information on services or activities at the church, please leave a message on the answering system and we'll be sure to call you back. The church number is 989-742-3111. Have a blessed weeld -'--7 New Beginnings Minis- tries invites you to join us for Sunday Bible study at 9:15 a.m., followed by church services with Pas- tor David Hill at 10:45 a.m. Each Thursday, the men meet at Jacques at 8:30 a.m. The food bankis open the first and third Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m. til noon. Please pray for our pas- tors and their families, our country and leaders, the sick, the shut-ins, the lost and those who are feeling alone. God bless you all this week. At HillmanUnitedMeth- odist Church we were blessed to have Marion O'Neil fill in for July 21 while Pastor Lisa was at schooling. Marion used Romans 5 as her scripture. She had a sing-along, which was started with the opening song of "Are Ye Able" and closed with the benediction and the song of "Bind us Together," which was accompanied by Sue Barsen on the pi- ano. Ashley Bartow acted as acolyte. We were blessed to have Ashley, Darrell Bartow, and Jim Elkie act as ushers. We thank lackie Robinson for serving refreshments after the service. Pastor Lisa will be at Course of Study until July 27. For pastoral emergen- cies call Pastor Mike Kelley at 989-297-7242. We thank everyone who furnished food, worked in the kitchen, etc. for the meal for the funeral of Mark Vanderveer. God bless all ofyoul Please pray for those on the prayer list, our church growth, our pastors, young people, community, mili- tary personnel and their families, our country, and those who are traveling. Birthday blessings go to Matthew Sham-us Tripp Sullivan, July 21; Elisha LaFramboise, July 22; Marge Morrison, July 23; Emma Lin Hardies, July24; Jim Keen and Vivian Miller, July 25; Marion O'Neil and Zachery Morrison, July 26; and Kendeil Hardies, July 27. Happy anniversary to Joshua andAllison Hardies on July 26. We wish you many more years. Our Christian Sympathy goes to the family of Mark Vanderveer who passed awayonJuly 15, 2013. Mark and Hazel were members of the church and very ac- tive here over the years. Mark will be missed by his church family, family and many friends in the sur- rounding communities and organizations. Our sympathy also goes to the families of Michael Mowery, Jimmy Manier, Frarddin Collins, Talon Beauxis and Charles Wfllard Prince. On Sunday, July 28 plan on staying for breakfast in the fellowship hall imme- diately following the wor- ship service. Please remember our prayer requests. Everyone have a blessed week The Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ invites you to wor- ship with us this Sunday, July 28. The service will begin at 9:30 a.m. Guest speaker, Rev. John Brammer, will be bringing the message. Deb Lamer will be the liturgist and Linda Arbogast will be our musician. After the service, we will enjoy a time of fel- lowship. Berta Reinhardt and Bonnie Brabender will host the coffee hour. Books from our newly stocked Jean LaRonde Me- modal Library are quickly being checked out. Be sure to come take a look then check one out to take home for a summer read! Remember to invite someone to our God's Backyard Bible Camp *Un- der the Sun* Vacation Bible School. It's where kids are havingablast serv- ing Jesus! VBS will be Aug. 12-16, 9 a.m. to noon for all children ages 4-10 years. If you have someone in mind, please give their name and address to the church office for a per- sonal invitation. If you can help with snacks, contact Judy Brown or there is a list of the snacks that are needed on a signup sheet in the narthex. Ifyouwould like to help with Bible School, please contact Laura Korff. The Board of Diaconate will meet Sundaymoming, July 28, at 8:30 a.m. If you are unable to attend, please contact Jim Madi- son. Birthday blessings to Ron Parker, July 29; Maxine Ba- con and Jenny Sides, July 31; and June Parker and Keith Titus, August 2. Happy birthday! Happy anniversary to Julie and Dennis McClure (1983) and John and Rita Streeter (1966) on July 30. Congratulations! Next Sunday is Feed a Family Sunday at Atlanta Congregational United Church of Christ. You are invited to bring nonperish- able items for the food pantry. Most needed are cereal and personal prod- ucts. Pastors Keith and Ginny will be on vacation the next two weeks. Sue Weaver will be preaching next Sunday and Linda Andrus will have that job the following week. We thank them both for taking on this most important job. Milk jugs have been placed on the steps, and you are invited to donate your change to go to the Red Cross emergency funds. It's an easy way to aid our friends in need. Please mark your calen- dar for Sunday, Aug. 18, which is Gospel Sunday. The service will be held at the Britey Township Park pavillion and will be fol- lowed by a potluck dinner. Many are on our prayer list this week, including: Pastor Keith, Wanda, Rich- ard, Eileen, Nan and Bud, Dorothy, Landon, Bobbi's friend Norma, Jan's friend, Ellie Barnaskas, Melissa, - .... ' " ". ....