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Mrs Jan and Frieda's Preschool Graduation.

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Preschool Graduation 5/24/17 Mrs Jan and Freda's Class

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Being Disciples, Making Disciples in the Name of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World

Our Pastor’s Perspective

Once again, we come to the end of another school year. Several of our young people are graduating and moving on with their lives. It is an opportunity for us to encourage and support them as they move on to new opportunities and experiences. It is part of God’s continual renewal of life and community. As they take their place in the world others will receive the ultimate promotion into the arms of God. We all know this to be true, but often we struggle with the idea of mortality of those we love or ourselves. God has built into us a strong desire to live. The normal resting heart rate conservatively for a human being, is between 60 to 100 heart beats per minute or around 3,600 an hour, 86,400 a day, 604,800 times a week or 31,449,600 times a year. The heart pump average is seven tenths of a liter per beat. This means in a year your heart will move 22,014,720 liters of blood or 5,815,673 gallons per year. It will move through the lungs where it will exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen taking it to all the cells supporting cellular metabolism. As it journeys, the kidneys, spleen and liver will regulate its contents. The pons in our lower brain will regular the rate based on the PH level. All this to make life possible. We are wonderfully made chemo-electric beings, crafted in a way that boggles the mind. If you have ever wondered about who made you and what they invested in you, contemplate the sheer majesty of it all. God is the God of life and of physical death. He invested his very best work in you and gave your soul a vehicle to live in that surpasses human understanding. If he invested this much into life on this earth, how much more will he invest in life eternal. It is a good thing to know Jesus and have faith in the promises he made. Let each of us have the assurance that only a relationship with our Savior and the giver of both physical and eternal life can give.

Pastor Wayne

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Ongoing Service and Study Opportunities
Adult Choir Practice: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Ladies Bible Study: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Adult Bible Study: Sunday 6:00 pm, (No Bible Study the 1st Sunday of each month)
Youth: 1st Sunday 4:30 pm/3rd Sunday, 3:30 pm- Pack Boxes
Monday Prayer Time: 8:30 am, Sanctuary
Boy Scouts: Monday 6:30 pm, 2nd and 4th Thurs. at 6:30 pm
Fitness Classes: Tuesday & Thursday nights 6:15-7:15 pm
Channel 30 Broadcast: Wednesdays, 6:45 pm/Thursdays, 10 am

****There will be a brief Witness Team Meeting following the
11:00 am service this Sunday (May 21) at the front of the Church.****

Sunday, May 21 3:30 pm - Youth Pack Boxes
4:00 pm—Minister’s Meeting (UVA)
5:00 pm—Baccalaureate
NO ADULT BIBLE STUDY

Monday, May 22 7:00 pm - Preschool Graduation
(Cindy & Tina's Class)

Tuesday, May 23
10:30 am - Drug Abuse Prevention Seminar at MECC
7:00 pm - Preschool Graduation
(Jan & Freda's Class)
7:00 pm - Worship Committee Meeting

Friday - Sunday
May 26-28
Nickelsville Days

Sunday, May 28 No Adult Bible Study
Monday, May 29 Memorial Day
Thursday, June 1 7:00 pm - Administrative Council Meeting
Saturday, June 3 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
BY OUR SERVICE THIS WEEK
5/21/17 Acolytes: Adam Stapleton, Ben Peters
Greeters: Eric Lane, Misty Lane, Linda Gibson
Ushers: Matt Burns, Ron Carter, Jerry Brown, Pat Whitley
Nursery: Debbie Toney, Tiffany Howard

Congratulations to Leila Martin on her graduation from Dobyns Bennett High School!

Change for Children will begin this Sunday.

Each year, churches give loose change to benefit children's ministries in Holston Conference and in Africa. And each year, several groups receive that pocket change in the form of grants. Change for Children grants support new and existing ministries with economically disadvantaged children, from birth to age 12, and their families.

Sunday, May 21, 5:00 PM - Baccalaureate


Preschool Graduations on Monday, May 22 (Cindy/Tina) and Tuesday, May 23 (Jan/Freda) at 7:00 PM each night.

Friday & Saturday, May 26-27—The Preschool & Daycare will be selling baked goods at Nickelsville Days. Donations of baked goods would be greatly appreciated. Items need to be dropped off on Friday, May 26. For more info call the Daycare Office at 386-3149.

Prayer Requests/Celebrations/Concerns
If you have any prayer requests, celebrations, or concerns that you would like Pastor Wayne to announce or any visits that need to be made, please feel free to contact him.
Contact Info for Pastor Wayne
Don't hesitate to let Pastor Wayne know you need him! (cell) 276-690-0854, (email) jojohed@hotmail.com
The PayPal Kiosk in the Narthex is available for contributions, if you prefer to use it!





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Come Worship With Us This Sunday!
Sunday morning worship is at 8:45 and 11:00 am, with Sunday School at 9:45 for all ages. A nursery is provided from 9:45 through 11:00 worship. Office hours are from 9-12 a.m., M-F. If you call and do not get to speak with someone, please leave a message for they will be checked throughout the day.

GPS and Mailing Address: 174 Church Street, Weber City, VA 24290
Phone: 276.386.3142
Web: www.holstonviewumc.org


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[05/15/17]   Come on by the church to check out discounted ferns and flowers that are left from Saturday's flower sale!

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Mothers Day Worship Service

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[05/12/17]   Our Pastor’s Perspective

As we come again upon Mother’s Day, I can’t help but think about what my mother did for me and my siblings as we grew up, especially one event that stands out. Back in the early 1960’s, we like most people didn’t have any air conditioning in our home. We had open windows and box fans to encourage a breeze through the house. Even with that, July and August with the Chesapeake Bay being so close were miserable. The humidity even on good days was always high and with the heat, the sweat just clung to you, especially at night. So, about the time I was seven my parents rented a four-room cabin with a screened in porch on the Bird River. It wasn’t much, but it was a lot cooler and more comfortable than home because we would all sleep on the screened porch. The river was a tributary to the bay and as such was more of an inlet than an actual flowing river, but is was relatively shallow and clean, so we had opportunities to swim, crab and fish for a few weeks during summer break. About a week before we would move down to the cabin, my mother and father, along with my older brother, would go to the cabin and make it ready by taking provisions, linens and cleaning it and mowing the yard with an old reel lawn mower. I remember them coming in carrying cleaning rags and solvents, dirty and tired when they came back home. As a kid, I don’t think you really appreciate what your parents do, especially our moms. The scripture today is about Christ going to prepare a place for us in his Father’s mansion. I can’t help but to think about how my mother spent her time trying to prepare us to be people of honor and faith. She showed us what this meant by her actions, especially by the way she loved us. I hope and pray you have memories like this, of maybe not a perfect human being, but one whose love and intentions were always pure. My mother showed what that meant by giving herself to others. If you cannot relate to my experiences, know this, that the love of God is too big for the human concept of gender bias. That Christ has gone ahead of us and given of himself so that we will have a place at his special place.


God Bless You,
Pastor Wayne


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Happy Mother's Day



Ongoing Service and Study Opportunities
Adult Choir Practice: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Ladies Bible Study: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Adult Bible Study: Sunday 6:00 pm, (No Bible Study the 1st Sunday of each month)
Youth: 1st Sunday 4:30 pm/3rd Sunday, 3:30 pm- Pack Boxes
Monday Prayer Time: 8:30 am, Sanctuary
Boy Scouts: Monday 6:30 pm, 2nd and 4th Thurs. at 6:30 pm
Fitness Classes: Tuesday & Thursday nights 6:15-7:15 pm
Channel 30 Broadcast: Wednesdays, 6:45 pm/Thursdays, 10 am

Sunday, May 14 MOTHER’S DAY
No Adult Bible Study
Monday, May 15 8:30 am—Prayer Time
6:30 pm—Boy/Cub Scouts
Tuesday, May 16 6:15 pm—Fitness Class
Wednesday, May 17 Hands-On Mission Kits Due
6:45 pm—Channel 30 Broadcast
7:00 pm—Choir Practice
7:00 pm—Ladies in Faith Together
Thursday, May 18 10:00 am – Channel 30 Broadcast
10:30 am—Scott County Ministerial Meeting
6:15 pm—Fitness Class
7:00 pm—Finance Committee Meeting
Friday, May 19 Deadline to Register for Annual Conference
Sunday, May 21 3:30 pm—Youth Pack Boxes
4:00 pm—Minister’s Meeting (UVA)
5:00 pm—Baccalaureate
6:00 pm—Adult Bible Study
BY OUR SERVICE THIS WEEK
5/14/17 Acolytes: Cadence Martin, Wyatt Music
Greeters: Jane Stone, Linda Bobbitte
Ushers: Doc Whitley, Berl Jennings, Jason Dishner, Randy Gore
Nursery: Diane Kegley, Susan Peters

Congratulations to Amy Reed on her election to the Virginia High School Hall of Fame Class of 2017!

Spring Consignment Sale—$530 was deposited to the Building Fund - Special Thanks to Pam Flanary for her hard work and dedication.

Thank you to those that worked in the church flower bed, mowed and trimmed, helped with the youth outing, and the flower sale.

Youth Laser Tag—Friday, May 12—Leave church at 4:15 pm going to Knoxville. Bring food money and $4.00 for tag. Will arrive back at 11:00 pm.

Annual Mother’s Day Flower and Strawberries Sale—May 13 at 8 AM in the old Food City parking lot. LaCosta Fields is working behind the scenes to make this happen along with Pastor Wayne’s help. If anyone else would like to help, please sign up in the Narthex or contact Kim in the church office. We made a profit of over $3,000 last year for the building fund with our flower sales!


Thursday, May 18, 10:30 AM—Scott County Ministerial Meeting (Community Fellowship)
Thursday, May 18, 7:00 PM—Finance Committee Meeting
Friday, May 19—Deadline to register for Annual Conference
Sunday, May 21, 5:00 PM - Baccalaureate
Friday & Saturday, May 26-27—The Preschool & Daycare will be selling baked goods at Nickelsville Days. Donations of baked goods would be greatly appreciated. Items need to be dropped off on Friday, May 26. For more info call the Daycare Office at 386-3149.

MISSION KITS: We have 14 kits and money to purchase an additional 7, so far. Thank you for your generous support of this mission.
Mission Kits for 2017 - Deadline May 17
We will be continuing to collect and make mission kits for Liberia. The goal for our district is 400. Our church goal is five (5) per Sunday School class! Monetary donations are due May 6th and the deadline to have kits completed will be May 17th. This will be an ideal option for shut ins and busy families to be able to participate in Hands-On Missions.

The kits will need to include (all packed in a 2-gallon zipper bag):
· (1) hand towel
· (1) washcloth
· (2) soft toothbrushes, pre-packaged
· (2) tubes of toothpaste 6.4 oz or less
· (1) 1 cocoa butter lotion, 18 oz. or less
· (1) bottle of roll-on or spray deodorant (no solids)
· (1) small spray perfume that is non-aerosol
· (1) bottle of shampoo 15 oz or less
Then in the same kit (in separate sandwich bag)
· (1) tube of antibacterial ointment, 1 oz.
· (1) bottle of Tylenol/acetaminophen 24-100 ct (no ibuprofen, caffeine based, or PM type drugs), and, $5 for shipping.

Prayer Requests/Celebrations/Concerns
If you have any prayer requests, celebrations, or concerns that you would like Pastor Wayne to announce or any visits that need to be made, please feel free to contact him.
Contact Info for Pastor Wayne
Don't hesitate to let Pastor Wayne know you need him! (cell) 276-690-0854, (email) jojohed@hotmail.com
The PayPal Kiosk in the Narthex is available for contributions, if you prefer to use it!

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Being Disciples, Making Disciples in the Name of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World

Our Pastor’s Perspective

Tomorrow, Sandra and I are taking our granddaughter, Alexandria (Allie), to Charleston WV to attend one of the last performances of the Barnum and Bailey Ringling Brother’s Circus (The Greatest Show on Earth). Over time, the circus has always been around. I remember going with my parents to the Old Armory in Baltimore and attending a performance. When our boys were young we took them to the home of the Cleveland Cavilers to see it. Now we are taking our granddaughter to one of the last few shows ever. The circus had been around ever since P.T. Barnum, after a fire destroyed his Museum in New York City more than 140 years ago, created it and took on the road. Now, it will be no more. I can tell you I enjoyed it as a child, but not so much when I saw it as a parent. I don’t know what my parents paid for the tickets in the 1960’s, but I know they seemed high to a struggling couple with three kids in the 1990’s. Yet, (not so much with Brian, he was a little past the age of wonder) with Scott and Josh, it was a joy watching them and seeing the expressions of joy on their faces and it was worth it. It’s hard to face change in our lives and deal with the things that we have loved passing away before us. The traditions and small community ethos that many of us experienced over the years is becoming a thing of the past. Yet, Christ has always been, being with the Father from the beginning. While the world has changed, our fountain of strength and hope has remained the same. The world has grown and changed and will continue to do so regardless of how we feel and what happens to the cherished institutions and the people we love. It has always been that way. In this, God in Christ creates an opportunity for us to show strength and the power of God’s peace in our hearts. John Wesley (I paraphrase) used to say that he would let God set him on fire and burn so that the entire world would come to Christ. We are called to take advantage of the opportunity given through the testing of change, to show the peace and stamina of God, witnessed in our weakness. No one can see what God is doing in us until we are truly tested in our weakness and live out his inner peace. A peace that surpasses all the understanding of the world. So, don’t see change as a bad thing, see it as an opportunity to witness the peace and grace of Christ to others. It’s hard and personally I don’t like it, but we love Christ more than this world and through him, we can witness to this world the miracle of Christ’s peace in a way that makes it The Greatest Show on Earth and maybe beyond.

God Bless You,
Pastor Wayne


Connecting In Faith and Mission
Prayer Requests/Celebrations/Concerns
If you have any prayer requests, celebrations, or concerns that you would like Pastor Wayne to announce or any visits that need to be made, please feel free to contact him.

Ongoing Service and Study Opportunities
Adult Choir Practice: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Ladies Bible Study: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Adult Bible Study: Sunday 6:00 pm, (No Bible Study the 1st Sunday of each month)
Youth: 1st Sunday 4:30 pm/3rd Sunday, 3:30-Pack Boxes
Monday Prayer Time: 8:30 am, Sanctuary
Boy Scouts: Monday 6:30 pm, 2nd and 4th Thurs. at 6:30 pm
Fitness Classes: Tuesday & Thursday nights 6:15-7:15 pm
Channel 30 Broadcast: Wednesdays, 6:45 pm/Thursdays, 10 am


Sunday, May 7 8:45-12:-00—Go Gray Sunday in Awareness of Pediatric Brain Tumor Awareness
3:00 pm—Pre-Conference Briefing (Trinity UMC, Big Stone Gap)
Monday, May 8 11:30 am—Will Graham Revival in Piney Flats
Tuesday, May 9 7:00 pm-UMW Meeting
Thursday, May 11 7:00 pm - Administrative Council Meeting
Friday, May 12 4:15 pm—Youth Laser Tag (Knoxville, TN)
SATURDAY, MAY 13 8:00 AM—ANNUAL MOTHER’S DAY FLOWER SALE
Sunday, May 14 MOTHER’S DAY
6:00 pm—No Adult Bible Study
Wednesday, May 17 Hands-On Mission Kits Due
Thursday, May 18 10:30 am—Scott County Ministerial Meeting
7:00 pm—Finance Committee Meeting
Friday, May 19 Deadline to Register for Annual Conference
Sunday, May 21 3:30 pm—Youth Pack Boxes
5:00 pm—Baccalaureate
BY OUR SERVICE THIS WEEK
5/7/17 Acolytes: Adam Stapleton, Ben Peters
Greeters: Colleen Darnell, Ron Carter
Ushers: Tara Burns, Eric Lane, Randy Gore, Doc Whitley
Nursery: Nancy Bray
This Sunday is Go Gray Sunday - In 2016, brain tumors became the #1 disease killer of children in the United States, passing leukemia. Every day 9 kids are diagnosed with a brain tumor. Of those diagnosed, only 66% will survive 5 years, with many types of brain tumors being deemed terminal at diagnosis. Childhood cancers on the whole are underfunded and when funding is split among all cancer types, there is very little funding available for research to find a cure.

You can go to: https://www.alexslemonade.org/ to learn more about how Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation helps children (like Owen Dean and Henry, who are on our prayer list) facing childhood cancer. Information below will give you suggestions on how you can be a part of Go Gray Sunday.

You may want to have your church participate with you, maybe your book club, a work team, get as many folks involved to learn more about childhood cancer and how we can make a difference in the lives of these children.

Needed: Anyone willing to help with trimming the hillside around the church. The rain has caused us to get behind and any help would be greatly appreciated.

Praise Report: Rhonda Powers (who has been on our prayer list battling cancer) is now cancer free! God is still answering prayers! Let us praise Him and thank Him for this answered prayer!!!!

Holston Home for Children— We collected $279 to be donated to the children’s home.

Youth Laser Tag—Friday, May 12—Leave church at 4:15 pm going to Knoxville. Bring food money and $4.00 for tag. Will arrive back at 11:00 pm.

Annual Mother’s Day Flower Sale—May 13 at 8 AM in the old Food City parking lot. LaCosta Fields is working behind the scenes to make this happen along with Pastor Wayne’s help. If anyone else would like to help, please sign up in the Narthex or contact Kim in the church office. We made a profit of over $3,000 last year for the building fund with our flower sales!


Saturday, May 27 - Church Work Day beginning at 9:00 AM until ????


Mission Kits for 2017 - Deadline May 17
We will be continuing to collect and make mission kits for Liberia. The goal for our district is 400. Our church goal is five (5) per Sunday School class! Monetary donations are due May 6th and the deadline to have kits completed will be May 17th. This will be an ideal option for shut ins and busy families to be able to participate in Hands-On Missions.

The kits will need to include (all packed in a 2-gallon zipper bag):
· (1) hand towel
· (1) washcloth
· (2) soft toothbrushes, pre-packaged
· (2) tubes of toothpaste 6.4 oz or less
· (1) 1 cocoa butter lotion, 18 oz. or less
· (1) bottle of roll-on or spray deodorant (no solids)
· (1) small spray perfume that is non-aerosol
· (1) bottle of shampoo 15 oz or less
Then in the same kit (in separate sandwich bag)
· (1) tube of antibacterial ointment, 1 oz.
· (1) bottle of Tylenol/acetaminophen 24-100 ct (no ibuprofen, caffeine based, or PM type drugs), and, $5 for shipping.

Another option (monetary donation/due May 6)
$20.00 donation (this will pay for one kit and $5.00 to cover shipping).
If you have any questions, see Pastor Wayne, Nannette Feeback, or Kim Fansler.

Heating/Cooling System—Thank you for your generous contributions to the heating/cooling system. We will be taking a break while we accept competitive bids for the hall unit. The Trustees

Easter Cantata on Facebook/YouTube (Here is the link): https://youtu.be/UlUl9ETUPC8

Contact Info for Pastor Wayne
Don't hesitate to let Pastor Wayne know you need him! (cell) 276-690-0854, (email) jojohed@hotmail.com






Click Here For Online Giving and Tithing

Shop Amazon through this link and support Holston View.
Come Worship With Us This Sunday!
Sunday morning worship is at 8:45 and 11:00 am, with Sunday School at 9:45 for all ages. A nursery is provided from 9:45 through 11:00 worship. Office hours are from 9-12 a.m., M-F. If you call and do not get to speak with someone, please leave a message for they will be checked throughout the day.

GPS and Mailing Address: 174 Church Street, Weber City, VA 24290
Phone: 276.386.3142 Web: www.holstonviewumc.org


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[05/02/17]   Church Youth Leader: Local church needs a Part-Time Paid Youth Leader (5-7 hours weekly). Wesleyan Theological background preferred. Please send resume to office@holstonviewumc.org.

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Our Pastor’s Perspective

We, as Americans, are a persnickety bunch. We like things that we buy to be of the highest quality possible. This is exhibited by the amount of food that is rejected by commercial supermarkets because of blemish or size that often ends up either in dumpsters or plowed back into the fields. We want things to work and serve the purpose that we purchase them for. Low to the vendor that doesn’t meet the expectations of the market. Yet, often we live our faith as though we are bargain shopping for the minimal we can get by with. We study scripture and reflect, if at all, only occasionally. We have no time for group bible study or Sunday School and church is an optional event depending on whether we get a better opportunity. Yet, our lives can be filled with anxiety, doubt and fear: Anxiety that we will not be valued by others and our communities; implied doubt that our faith cannot truly make a difference in our lives and the lives of others. Finally, fear that God’s love isn’t large enough to provide and protect our inner selves as we live. We often rationalize this by thinking things like, I am as faithful as the next guy or Jesus will forgive me. Yet, often we know in our hearts we aren’t living up to the image Christ has set for us. I believe that, because of these, our world is mired in many problems from addictive behavior to a lack of compassion between people to indifference. God has called us to be his people and to be bonded to his body in love. To be not just people moving towards Christ, but to be a people in intimate relationship with Christ and each other. I always remember the saying that a chicken makes a contribution through the egg, but a hog is truly committed through a ham. Are we committed or are we simply contributing? Are we content in moving towards Christ slowly and with intent or are do we have a vibrant loving relationship with our Savior that calls us constantly to be with him? Finally, how do we know the difference if we are content with a surface understanding of who the Messiah is? I know I sound like a stuck soundtrack or like one of your parents nagging about something left undone, but I truly believe that Jesus is the answer in so many instances of what hinders God’s world and my brothers and sisters in Christ. Won’t you please hear me and understand that God’s love in me for you and your children and grandchildren is what drives me to urge all of us to do better. Please make your relationship with Christ a higher priority for your life. You won’t be let down.

Exodus 20:4-6
4 You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. 5 You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, punishing children for the iniquity of parents, to the third and the fourth generation of those who reject me, 6 but showing steadfast love to the thousandth generation of those who love me and keep my commandments.

May God Bless You
Pastor Wayne


Connecting In Faith and Mission
Prayer Requests/Celebrations/Concerns
If you have any prayer requests, celebrations, or concerns that you would like Pastor Wayne to announce or any visits that need to be made, please feel free to contact him.

Ongoing Service and Study Opportunities
Adult Choir Practice: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Ladies Bible Study: Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Adult Bible Study: Sunday 6:00 pm, (No Bible Study the 1st Sunday of each month)
Youth: 1st Sunday 4:30 pm/3rd Sunday, 3:30-Pack Boxes
Monday Prayer Time: 8:30 am, Sanctuary
Boy Scouts: Monday 6:30 pm, 2nd and 4th Thurs. at 6:30 pm
Fitness Classes: Tuesday & Thursday nights 6:15-7:15 pm
Channel 30 Broadcast: Wednesdays, 6:45 pm/Thursdays, 10 am

BY OUR SERVICE THIS WEEK
4/30/17


Acolytes: Cadence Martin, Wyatt Music
Greeters: Matt & Tara Burns
Ushers: Greg Taylor, Troy Funkhouser, Don Carter, Eddie Shipley
Nursery: Levita Moore, Jenny Peters

Needed: Anyone willing to help with trimming the hillside around the church. The rain has caused us to get behind and any help would be greatly appreciated.

Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am—5th Annual Ft. Blackmore Camp “Up The Creek” benefit ride (Food Lion parking lot).

Saturday, April 29, 8:00 am—2017 Spring Lay Servant Training at 1st Pennington Gap UMC.

Sunday April 30—Favorite Hymns Sunday and 5th Sunday Offering for Holston Home for Children

Monday, May 1 - 6:30 pm - Gideon's Pastor Appreciation Banquet (Old Fellowship Hall)

May 1 - 3: Jubilation in Pigeon Forge, TN

NOTICE: Administrative Council Meeting scheduled on May 2 has been rescheduled to May 11

No Choir Practice Wednesday, May 3rd.

Easter Cantata on Facebook/YouTube (Here is the link): https://youtu.be/UlUl9ETUPC8


Mission Kits for 2017
We will be continuing to collect and make mission kits for Liberia. The goal for our district is 400. Our church goal is five (5) per Sunday School class! Monetary donations are due May 6th and the deadline to have kits completed will be May 17th. This will be an ideal option for shut ins and busy families to be able to participate in Hands-On Missions.

The kits will need to include (all packed in a 2-gallon zipper bag):
· (1) hand towel
· (1) washcloth
· (2) soft toothbrushes, pre-packaged
· (2) tubes of toothpaste 6.4 oz or less
· (1) 1 cocoa butter lotion, 18 oz. or less
· (1) bottle of roll-on or spray deodorant (no solids)
· (1) small spray perfume that is non-aerosol
· (1) bottle of shampoo 15 oz or less
Then in the same kit (in separate sandwich bag)
· (1) tube of antibacterial ointment, 1 oz.
· (1) bottle of Tylenol/acetaminophen 24-100 ct (no ibuprofen, caffeine based, or PM type drugs), and, $5 for shipping.

Another option (monetary donation/due May 6)
$20.00 donation (this will pay for one kit and $5.00 to cover shipping).
If you have any questions, see Pastor Wayne, Nannette Feeback, or Kim Fansler.


Annual Mother’s Day Flower Sale—May 13 at 8 AM in the old Food City parking lot. LaCosta Fields is working behind the scenes to make this happen along with Pastor Wayne’s help. If anyone else would like to help, please sign up in the Narthex or contact Kim in the church office. We made a profit of over $3,000 last year for the building fund with our flower sales!

Heating/Cooling System—We are accepting donations for the Heating/Cooling System Fund. So far we have replaced 4 wall units in the classrooms. We still need funds to purchase a small heat pump for the upstairs hallway and an additional wall unit.

Contact Info for Pastor Wayne
Don't hesitate to let Pastor Wayne know you need him! (cell) 276-690-0854, (email) jojohed@hotmail.com

Easter Sunday Service and Cantata performance

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Easter Sunday Service and Cantata Performance

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Easter Sunday Service and Cantata performance

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