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-,IIIIL: 12 Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune m We had a full house for the monthly potluck sup- per at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Atlanta last week. Thanks to all mem- bers and guests who at- tended. The meal was deli- cious. Following dinner we be- gan a Bible study and dis- cussion series led by Rev. Seitz our Priest in Charge. All are welcome to join us on the second Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m. Also, pleasejoinus forwor- ship service every Sunday at9 a.m. Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, granddaughter of MaryCauchon, has pub- lished her first novel. It's entitled "Nothing" and is available through Amazon with a Nov. 12th release date. The reviews have been terrific. Carla Nickodemus, granddaughter of Del McElroy, was on House Hunters International HGTV on Oct. 8. Carla was offered a job inCambridge, England and the show fea- tured the family's search for a home away from their home in Traverse City. The Hillman United Methodist Church will be hosting a Tnmk or Treat Halloween Party in the parking lot on Saturday, October 26 from 4-6 p.m. There will be games, fun and treats. Come and join in and have a good time. Alaana Barsen is running or Miss Sunrise, and will be hosting a bake sale to ben- efit the Children's Miracle Network. It will be held in the church fellowship hall on October 19 beginning at 10 a.m. Please support Alaana in this project. A rtmanage sale will be held in the fellowship hall on November 1st and 2na from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. All clothing and items will be $1 abag. Pastor Lisa choose "Faith to Persevere" as the title of her sermon, which was based on 2 Timothy 2:8-15. The choir sang "Jesus is the Lord of Everything" and "Without Him," and was accompanied by Sue Baren on the piano. Thank you to Kaiflyn and Aubrie Klein for taking up the noisy offering on Sept. 29. Ashley Bartow acted as acolyte and she and-a friend were ushers. Please pray for those on the prayer list, our church growth, our pastor, our young people and their families, those in our com- munity, our military per- sonnel and their families, our nation, and those who are traveling. Christian sympathy to the families of Leonard Lyons, Barbara Keetch, Wilma Kennedy, and Charles Armstrong in the loss of their loved ones. Birthday blessings go to Bonnie Farrier, Oct. 14 and Sue Barsen, Oct. 16. If you know someone who would like a visit, please let Pastor Lisa know. Please remember our prayer requests and have a blessed week. Pastor Mary Fitzgerald will lead HolyCommunion at the 11 a.m. worship ser- vice at the Calvary Episco- pal Church. The monthly potluck will follow. Bring a dish to pass and enjoy the good food and fellowship. We invite your prayers for healing and support for these members and friends of Calvary: Denise, Earlene, Phyllis, Mary, Doris and Rosemary. If you have prayer needs, please call the church and leave a message on the answering system. A reminder that the com- munity food pantry at Cal- varywill be open on Thurs- day, Oct. 24th. The pantry is open on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, 2-4 p.m.. Happybirthdaywishes to Brian Klein and Gerald Edwards, Oct. 13; Randy Herbek, Oct. 17; and Cody Herbek, Oct. 21. All are welcome for ser- vices at Calvary. If you'd like information on ser- vices 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 week! This coming Sunday Pas- tor Thiel will base his ser- mon on the scripture read- ing found in 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5. Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lewiston will focus on the theme of "We Preach the Word in Every Direction." The title of Pastor Thiel's sermon will be "Under At- tack: Attack in Any Direc- tion." loin us for this in- spiring message! We will also be singing some favor- ite hymns including "I Am Trusting Thee, Lord Jesus," "With The Lord Be- gin Your Task," and "Lord, Take My Hand and Lead Me." The Congregational United Church of Christ in Lewiston invites you to worship with us this Sun- day, Oct. 20. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Pas- tor David L. Engel will be bringing the message "Prayer." Deb Lamer is the liturgist, Linda Arbogast is the musician. The scrip- ture readings is Jeremiah 31: 27-34, Psalm 119: 97- 104 and Luke 18: 1-8. Hymns of praise are "Sweet Hour of Prayer," "More Love to Thee," and "What a FriendWe Have in Jesus." Our parting hymn is "God Be With You." On Oct. 20, "Stewardship Sunday," we will have the opportunity to turn in our estimate of giving cards during our worship ser- vice. Followingworship we will gather in the fellow- ship hall for a scrumptious dinnerhostedbythe Board of Trustees and ably as- sisted by the Kitchen Com- mittee. Please plan on join- ing your church family for a wonderful time of fellow- ship. We encourage mem- bers and friends to attend. There will be funeral ser- vices for Marilyn McIntosh onOct. 17, 2013 at 11 a.m.A light luncheon will be served after the graveside service. Our deepest sym- pathies and prayers are with Marilyn's family and friends during this very dif- ficult time. Happy anniversaryto Jim and Bey Thompson (1957) on Oct. 26. Congratula- tions! lesus the Good Shepherd Catholic Parish of Atlanta celebrates mass with our pastor, Ft. Rolando Silva, at 4:30 p.m. each Saturday and all are welcome to at- tend. The Rosary is prayed before mass at 4 p.m., and Father is available for pri- vate confessions during this time. Any Catholic in the Atlanta area who is un- able to attend mass and would like to receive Com- munion should contact Sue at the Rectory (742- 4542) to make arrange- ments for a home visit from our Eucharistic Ministers. Plan to stay after mass on Saturday, Oct. 19, to cel- ebrate our 35th year as a parish! Fatherwillbebless- ing the new flags in our meeting room and the Par- ish Council will be hosting a dinner. Everyone is in- vited! A memorial service for Olga Huff will be h61d at Atlanta Congregational United Church of Christ this coming Sunday, Oct. 20, at I p.m. A time of fel- lowship will follow the ser- vice. A big thank you goes to those who have served the 4:30 church the past two Sun- days in the absence of Pas- tors Keith and Ginny. Donna Anderson and Linda Andrus, our faithful substitutes, have again done an excellent job. Prayers are asked for the following: Eileen, Nan and Bud, Richard Smith, Tyler English, Melissa, Lynda Utt, Wanda, Dorothy Yerrick and the family of Mary Alsobrooks. Members and guests of St.lohn Lutheran Church, Hillman, observed the 21 st Sunday after Pentecost and LWML (Lutheran Women's Missionary 3647 Ni 733-8811 ........ 9:30 am :) ,L, 11:15