Bulletin: Week of 09/28/2008

Mexico Team meeting today at 5:30 pm in the Young Married Class.

 

There will be a Children’s Fellowship Team meeting today at 5:00 pm. We will meet downstairs.

 

We will have our first youth council meeting today at 5 pm.

 

The Youth will be cleaning out gutters again this season. Please see Austin if you have gutters.

 

Tonight after the evening service, the youth will be going to the O’Donalds for ice cream.

 

Attention: All Bible Study teachers: If you need to adjust your amount of literature, please inform Steve Kimble or the church office ASAP.

 

Men’s (and boys’) night, tomorrow, Sept. 29th at 7pm in the fellowship building. Bluegrass gospel band. Jeremy McCollum on guitar-he is amazing. Menu: country steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and homemade dessert. Sign-up sheet in the vestibule.

 

Christmas is right around the corner, and the Homecoming Team has some leftover items for sale that would make great Christmas gifts. We have note cards at $5 per box, Christmas ornaments for $3 each, 100 anniversary plates for $20.50 each and cookbooks for $12 each. See Cindy Lodge for note cards, Kat Albertson for ornaments, Beverly Morrison for the plate and Joni Addis for the cookbook.

 

Please donate individually wrapped bags of candy for the Children’s Fellowship Fall Festival. Boxes will be in the Adult Sunday School rooms and in the vestibule. Money donations can be given to Suzanne Merck or Karen Kimble. Donations should be given by October 19th. Fall Festival is scheduled for Oct. 25th.

 

We have received $683 toward our $1500 goal for our State Missions Offering. Pray and give.

 

Raymond Zeigler will provide snacks and Sheila Walters will provide drinks for Revolution on Wednesday, October 1st.

 

Sign-up sheets in SS Classes and one in the vestibule for the food assignments for End of Summer Picnic on October 4th at Central Recreation Park. We will eat at 5 pm.

 

A member of the church has made a DVD of the 100th Year Celebration. If you would like a copy, the minimum cost is $10 per copy. A sign-up sheet is in the vestibule. We need to know how many copies to make. The proceeds will go to the Mexico Mission Team.

 

On Sunday, October 12th, we will have a baked goods silent auction to benefit the Mexico Mission Trip. If you would like to donate a cake or other baked items, please call either Melinda Zeigler at 868-9888 or Joni Addis at 639-4047. We will open the fellowship building from 4 pm to 6 pm on Saturday, Oct. 11th so that items can be dropped off; or the items can be brought to the fellowship building before 9:30 am on Sunday, October 12th. We will have a sign-up sheet by each item and bids may be written on the sheet. About 30 minutes after the close of the service that night, we will close the bidding and collect the money for the items. We appreciate any support you can give us in this effort. (Each Mexico team member is asked to bring at least two items for this event.)

 

Church Week at Nail Tech Academy of Easley: Three evenings, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Oct. 13, 14 and 15 from 5 pm until 9 pm. Adult manicures-$8, adult pedicures-$13; children manicures (10 and under-$4)-children pedicures-$8. All proceeds will be donated to First Baptist Church of Norris Mission Fund. Nail Tech Academy is located on US 123 in Easley beside Ryan’s Steak House. Call Donna at 864-350-0443 for your appointment.

 

YAH: Jocassee Boat Tour and lunch will be Saturday, Oct. 11. Meet at the church at 8:45 am.

 

Bible Study Fellowship: Oct. 12th in the fellowship building at 10 am.

 

Church Council meets at 5 pm in the Young Married Class Oct 12th.

 

The honor of your presence

Is Requested at the reaffirmation

Of the wedding vows of

Rick and Connie Smith

Saturday, the first of November

At two o’clock

First Baptist Church of Norris

 

 

Reception immediately following

the ceremony in the Fellowship Building

 

 

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