Thank you women for your excellent service to our church this past month. The many occasions to show the love of Christ through cooking meals, decorating the Fellowship Hall, the cutting and arranging of floral masterpieces.
We received correspondence from Tony and Fairly Cooper that Tony has had to have one surgery and possibly two. At this time we have received notification that they believe the first surgery will be sufficient.
Sunday, April 3rd, is Communion Sunday for our congregation. The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper is a wonderful way to remember Christ’s death for our sins, to think deeply about what He has done for us and for our fellow-Christians, and to renew our covenant with Him to be faithful as we look ahead.
Your Elders and Deacons have been busy about their work lately, as there has been a lot of extra work to do regarding our church. Since many of you will not be aware of that, I thought it would be good to apprise you of some of their more recent activities.
A person will do things for love that he or she would never do otherwise. I have come to realize this on a personal level as I have gone to movies with my grandchildren – movies that I have virtually no interest in.
Looking back over 2015, I imagine most of us would agree that it has been a “mixed bag” of happy experiences and tough challenges. Of course that’s the way every year really is, but 2015 has provided its own unique combination of these things.