Our giving for the month of December will go to the General Fund. This collection will help provide funds for the operation and upkeep of our church facilities which include the church, fellowship hall, contents, grounds, parking lots and cemetery.
We will be having services at the Eureka AC Home at 8:45 each Sunday morning in December. Any support would be appreciated.
Our Sunday School Christmas program will be next Sunday, December 11th in place of afternoon services.
Help is needed unloading trucks at the Eureka Food Pantry this Tuesday at 12:30.
There will be ACTIVE this Wednesday evening.
For our 2017 Church Bible Study, we are focusing on the Book of Philippians. Although in prison for proclaiming Jesus Christ, the Apostle Paul writes a joyful letter of encouragement and challenge to his “partners in the gospel,” the Christians at Philippi. Paul aims to inspire his readers to persevere in the work of Christ, and he tells them how to find peace and contentment in a perilous world. We, too, can discover the secret of Paul’s joy and experience his triumphant confidence in Christ. This study is open to all and has been such a blessing to build Spiritually deep relationships with in our church body! Please sign-up at the information center. Also, remember leaders are more of group coordinators/host, please consider and mark being a leader/host if you are willing.
For our last conference recording, we are listening to Bro. Doug Schock this week. He is speaking on “Our living hope”. Please take the time to listen to this important message and fill out the questionnaire. CD’s are at the message center.
There are baskets at the information center for Christmas cards for our missionary familes.
The Heart House is in need of Christmas items for the children in need in Woodford County area. Once again, we will be focusing on boys and young men, all items need to be to the church or to the Heart House no later than December 11. Items needed are listed below. Any questions, please contact Sisters Audrey Rocke or Gretchen Zimmerman. Thank you in advance for your love and support.
Boys, Ages 4 -14
Outfits, socks, winter coats, jeans, shirts, pajamas
Semi-trucks, tractors, Lego’s, nerf guns, action figures, transformers, cars, dinosaurs
Board games, coloring books & crayons, arts and craft sets,
Sports balls or equipment,
Learning toys, walkie talkies, pretend workshop or tool sets, science kits, and race cars.
Boys, Ages 14 and above
Wireless speakers, video games, hunting and fishing gear, ear buds, cologne, hair paste, board games, hoodies, basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, preferred sports team memorabilia, hats/ caps, sport socks
Bro. Darrell Stoller gave a final update on the Fellowship Hall project after a shortened afternoon service on Sunday. Click-here to read the final report to the church.
We are very thankful to announce that Roman Bauman is at peace with God and man and is ready for baptism. Please pray for him and encourage him during this most important time in his life. If you have any words of encouragement or concerns, please contact him. We are so thankful that God is still patient and calling souls to repentance and conversion. Roman is the son of Bro. Rick and Sis. Stacie Bauman.
Posted on Mon, December 5, 2016
by Roxy Blunier