Don’t forget our schedule change in the morning. We will meet for breakfast at 9 am in the Fellowship Hall, and the adult classes will stay for a joint Sunday School lesson from 10 to 10:45 am. Our Worship Service starts at 11 am in the sanctuary. Come share in our Bible study and worship with us!
Due to the continuing snowstorm, the meetings and services scheduled for tonight have been rescheduled for next Wednesday.
In light of the winter storm headed our way, we have cancelled our Prayer Meeting for this evening.
Don’t forget! As previously announced, we will open Sunday School at 9 am. The Worship Service will begin at 10 am.
We will not have our Bible Study this evening, so members may pay their respects at the visitation for CB Marcom.
On Friday, November 3, we will hold services for Marshall Casey, Jr. at Powhatan. The viewing will start at 1 pm, and the funeral will start at 2 pm.
The meeting previously set for 6:30 pm Wednesday evening will be rescheduled for another time.
Due to the road conditions and other weather-related circumstances, we will not have morning or evening services tomorrow. Pray for Pastor Roger, as he is stuck in Dallas, Texas.
Don’t forget to move your clocks back one hour tonight!
Due to the local flooding, power outages, and road closings, we will not have our morning or evening services tomorrow. Please pray for everyone affected by the hurricane.
Due to the continuing effects of the ice storm this weekend, we will not hold morning or evening church services on Sunday, January 24. Youth Sunday, originally scheduled for Jan. 24, will be rescheduled to Sunday, January 31.
Please pray for everyone affected by the ice storm.
The Youth Bonfire originally scheduled for Sunday evening, Dec. 20 will be rescheduled after Christmas.
The visitation for Irene Benson is scheduled for this Wednesday, October 21. Due to this, we will not have a Wednesday night service on October 21, and our Quarterly Business Meeting will be rescheduled for Wednesday, October 28.
We will not have choir practice the night of July 5.