Callisburg United Methodist Church
The Callisburg United Methodist Church welcomes you. Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m. each Sunday morning and church services begin at 11 a.m.
This Sunday was Communion Sunday and was served by Pastor Kathy Brown. The Bible Reading for this Sunday morning was read by Pastor Brown and was from the New Testament, John 6:24-35. The title of Pastor Brown’s sermon was “Bringing in the Light Of Christ.”
Heather Day had the Children Time and the acolytes were Preslee and Kirby Webb. The ushers this month are Bob Henderson and Dale Hassell.
Friday, Aug. 17 a swimming party has been planned for the youth of the church to be held at Kim and Monta Sewell’s house from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Aug. 18 a baby shower for Karly Holder will be held at the Fellowship Hall from 1-3 p.m. It’s a boy and selections are at Target, Babies-R-Us and Wal-Mart.
Saturday, Sept. 8 the Community Club will have its annual Garage Sale. Donations are needed.
Pastor Brown can be reached at the church by calling 665-1985 or 940-300-1278.
(Pastor finished her classes this week). The church is located at 123 Oscar Cole Street in Callisburg.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Visitors are always welcome at our church services and activities at 1503 W. California Street.
On Sunday, our Sacrament Meeting is from 10 to 11:10 a.m.
Sunday School is from 11:20 a.m. to noon.
Priesthood Meeting, Relief Society, Young Men and Young Women meet from 12:10 to 1 p.m.
The Primary services for children ages three to 12 are from 11:20 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children meet together to sing and hear talks from children and meet in age-group classes for a gospel lesson and activities.
Nursery is for children from 18 months to three years old.
Wednesday Youth Activities
There are youth classes and activities on Wednesay night at the church starting at 7 p.m.
BYU Education Week
Plan to attend the annual Campus Education Week from Aug. 13-17 at Brigham Young University's Utah campus. over 1,000 classes are offered on education, religion, health, family relations, youth interests, history, genealogy and science. For more information go to www.ce.byu.edu.
Stake Youth Dance
The next Stake Youth Dance will be on August 18, starting at 8:30 p.m. at the Stake Center.
Mark your calendars to attend the “Why I Believe” Fireside on August 19 at 7 p.m. at the Stake Center.
Seminary for Youth
Seminary will start on Wednesday, August 29.
Cub Scouts CAN
The Cub Scouts of Troop 670 are still collecting aluminum cans as a fund raising event. Please keep all of your aluminum cans and bring them to church on Sunday mornings or to the church on Wednesday evenings between 7 and 8 p.m. Receptacles will be available for depositing the cans. Call Jim Peless at (903) 429-6535 for more information. Thank you for your support!
Work on Genealogy
The Family History Center is open for members and the public on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The center is at 1503 W. California Street and there is no charge to use the genealogy center.
The Gainesville Ward website is found under tools at www.lds.org.
The Ward Missionaries can be contacted at 940-726-3808.
Please work on getting your Visiting Teaching done for this month and report your teaching to Sister Shaklee by calling her at (940) 665-2569 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Science Society
On Sunday, Aug. 12, the subject for our weekly lesson will be “Mind” which will include quotations from the Bible and correlative passages from “God the Preserver of Man” by Mary Baker Eddy, our founder, which explains the readings from the Bible from a spiritual perspective.
Our service is held at 115 E. Hird St., at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is cordially invited. Our reading room is always open to all before services.
Faith Lutheran Church
Faith Lutheran Church invites everyone to join our worship service on Sunday morning. The traditional worship service will begin at 10:15 a.m. The sermon will be based on the Gospel of John 6: 35-51. Sunday School for children and youth and Bible Study for the adults will begin at 9 a.m. Mark Lippe will be leading the Adult Bible Class in a study of the parables. For those who wish to arrive at 8:45 A.M., coffee and fellowship will be shared. A nursery will be provided.
Need a ride to church?
Would you or a family member like to attend church or Sunday School, but you don’t have transportation? Do you know someone who would like a ride to church? We can help. Just call the church at 668-7147 or Mischa Brown at 641-1231 before noon on the day prior to the day the ride is needed. A carpool volunteer in your area will be contacted to make it happen. We are excited for you to attend our services at Faith! Please don’t let transportation difficulties keep you from joining us.
In Faith’s church family, Katie Grassman, Carvell Meyer, Colton Steelman, and Dane Sundbye will celebrate their birthdays this week. We ask special blessings on all of them.
Upcoming events and Bible studies
On Monday, Aug. 13, Sally Haynie will host a Bible study in her home at 1821 Arkansas at noon. The group will continue an intriguing study, “ Discover Your Own Gifts of the Spirit, Fruit of the Spirit, and Natural Talents.” For further details call Sally Haynie at 580-3116.
On Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Men of Faith will meet at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
On Wednesday, Aug. 15, the Ladies Bible Study group will meet at 9:30 a.m. to continue a study of the book of Romans.
Helping Hands of Faith
Helping Hands of Faith, a mission of Faith Lutheran Church, is located at 719 Smith St. in the old Frankie Schmitz Shoe Factory building. Run by volunteers, this thrift store uses its profits for donations to the church and community. Funds are donated to organizations such as Stanford House, ABBA Women’s Center, Cooke County Home Hospice, CASA, CPS, Camp Sweeney, VISTO, and several area Volunteer Fire Departments. Regular store hours are 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If you have items to donate, bring them to the store on regular store days. If you have large items that need to be picked up, call 668-4393.
If there is any way that Pastor Scott Sundbye or Faith Lutheran Church can serve you, please let us know. The church number is 668-7147 and Pastor Sundbye’s home number is 612-5552. The Bible Verse for the week: “Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the Lord will bring you today.” (Exodus 14: 13).
First Christian Church
First Christian Church is located at 401 N. Dixon in Gainesville. Sunday School for all ages starts at 9 a.m., with worship at 10 a.m. where we celebrate the Lord’s Supper with an open communion table each Sunday. Sunday’s message by Rev. Mark Loewen is titled, “Holy Humor.” The Scripture reading is Psalm 34:1-8.
Holy Humor Sunday
Sunday is “Holy Humor Sunday” at FCC. Does God have a sense of humor? Well, consider the platypus and you’d have to answer yes. Come and worship and you might smile, chuckle, or even laugh. It’s okay to do all those things in worship, because laughter on our lips means we have joy in our hearts.
The Men’s Breakfast is this Saturday at the church at 9 a.m.
Game Night is Wednesday, August 15 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Bring your favorite game or join in with someone else. Do I hear a train coming?
First Christian Church is an inviting and welcoming church. We are a people and a place where you can engage your faith and allow God to mold you. If you have any questions about First Christian Church, please contact us at 940-665-2053; email email@example.com; or go to our website at www.fccgainesville.com.
First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville
Welcome & Information
You are welcomed to visit or join the First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville under the direction of the Rev. John Hare at 401 S Denton at Church St.
Call at 665-5153 if you have questions or information and leave a message or email:firstname.lastname@example.org or visit at www.firstpresbyteriangainesville.com.
Prayer Quilt Ministry
The Prayer Quilt Ministry meets at 10 a.m., Aug. 11.
Creative Arts Sunday
Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m. and Children’s Sunday School is from the sanctuary after the Children’s Sermon.
The title of the sermon is: “Practice Makes Perfect.”
Fellowship luncheon is after services & viewing of the work of the students that participated in the Creative Arts Camp.
Greeters were Beth Japp & Jean Putnam. Reynolds Ansley was the Pulpit Assistant; Retha Bond, alto and Carla Waters, soprano sang “My Jesus I Love Thee;” and the flower donation was by Linda Seal in celebration of the birthdays of granddaughter, Reilly & friend, Grace.
The Prayer Quilt Ministry gave a quilt to Mary Gorton’s friend because of health problems.
Congregational Care Committee meets at 10 a.m.
Lion’s board meeting is at 5 p.m.
Choir with Barbara Brady, organist & choir director is at 7 p.m.
All committee reports are due at noon.
VISTO requests 15 oz. cans of fruit.
First United Methodist Church
First United Methodist Church welcomes you to worship with us Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:45 a.m. We are located at 214 S. Denton Street. Childcare is available for ages 5 and under.
Our 8:30 worship is a little more relaxed but always includes beautiful music. The 10:45 service is traditional and features hymns, organ, piano, and choir and also often includes music from our handbells, children’s and youth choirs. Children are welcome in worship and we include a Children’s Sermon at each service. We offer Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.
Join us this Sunday, Aug. 12, for worship at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Rev. Don Yeager’s sermon is titled “Getting a Handle on Anger,” based on Ephesians 4:25-5:2. We all know anger is a natural part of life, so what does Paul mean when he says, “Be angry but do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger.” Come this Sunday and find out!
FUMC celebrates 160th anniversary
On Sunday, Sept. 9, we will be celebrating the 160th anniversary of our congregation, one of the oldest in Cooke County, and the 120th anniversary of our historic sanctuary. First United Methodist Church began in 1852 and has sought to serve God and our neighbors for the past 160 years. That day we will have Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. and one service of worship at 10:45 a.m. Worship will be followed by a catered lunch at noon and an “Old Fashioned Social Hour” at 1 p.m. with games and activities for the children, a tour of the sanctuary and old-time hymn sing, and homemade ice cream. We invite the community to join is for our celebration.
‘Soles for Souls’
“Soles for Souls” is a mission effort of First UMC with a goal of providing children of Cooke County who qualify with a new pair of shoes to start off the school year. New shoes may be brought to the church for distribution to local schools and the Boys and Girls Club, and monetary donations made be made out to FUMC and designated to be used for the Soles for Souls program. Monetary contributions will be turned into gift cards and will be issued by VISTO. We will dedicate the shoes during worship on August 19.
New fall curriculum
The New Fall Curriculum is available for the adult Sunday School classes to look at. The curriculum along with sign-up sheets for all activities, children and adults, are located in the Pecan St. Atrium. Contact Patsy Morris at the church office for more information about ordering materials.
The Learning Tree Preschool has openings for both 3 and 4 year olds for the 2012-13 school term. Your child or grandchild must be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1, 2012 to be eligible to enroll in the program. For more information you may reach Connie Hoberer, Director, by calling the church office at 665-3926.
Second Time Around
Come and visit Second Time Around for school clothing needs. Selections are available in several different sizes. Second Time Around is a re-sale ministry that carries a wide variety of gently used clothing, books, household items, and furniture and has been serving the community and those in need since the 1970’s. Eula West was responsible for starting what was a small mission service and it has grown to serve more than just Cooke County. Profit from Second Time Around sales is given to mission projects of the church which include global-wide missions. Many needy persons are also helped free of charge. The store is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Second Time Around is located at 105 S. Denton Street and welcomes donations and shoppers.
On Sundays all youth meet for Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Youth hours for both Jr. and Sr. High during the month of July and some of August will be from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. Any youth needing a ride please call the Church Office before noon on Wednesday. For more information, please contact Shawna Brinkley at the church office, 665-3926.
You can follow us on Facebook. Just look for “First United Methodist Church of Gainesville, Texas.”
To receive more information about our church or any ongoing activities, please feel free to call the church office, 665-3926, or visit our website, www.fumcgainesville.com.
Gainesville Bible Church
We invite you to join us for worship this Sunday at Gainesville Bible Church.
Pastor Mark Wascom will bring this weeks message “God’s Plan for the Church” from Ephesians 1:1-8.
9 a.m. Prayers for the Church
9:30 a.m. Bible Study Classes
Women’s Class – “The Book of Genesis”
Men’s Class – “The Book of Matthew”
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service
7 p.m. Bible Study
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
9 a.m. Pot of Coffee — Men’s fellowship & service (at church)
Gainesville Bible Church is located east of downtown on 601 North Radio Hill Road (FM-3092). Follow California east to Radio Hill Road. Turn left onto N. Radio Hill Rd. We are located one block on the left right beside Memories 1580 (KGAF) radio station and the city water tower. If you need to reach us, our office number is (940) 668-2781. Our web address is www.gainesvillebiblechurch.com. Contact us by email at email@example.com.
Grand Avenue Baptist Church
We had three more baptisms at Grand Ave. Welcome to new Christians Collin King, Courtney Warren and Mick Calloway. We will be praying for you.
Our young people, ages nine to 13, will be going to a church camp at Turner Falls Friday night and Saturday.
Aug. 18 Bobbye and Choice Stephens will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Everyone is invited to come at 5:30 p.m. to the Fellowship Hall at Grand Ave. Baptist to help them celebrate.
Deacon’s Meeting is the second Sunday of each month. Second Friday is our Game and Movie night at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Mary Friddell opened the morning worship with prayer.
We wished Scott Gregory’s son and mom a happy birthday on Aug. 9.
Rick Collett and Choice Stephens took up the offering and Savannah McNeely pulled the little red wagon around to collect the change. Our children have their own special Children’s Church.
Bro. Bill Black’s sermon was from Isaiah 40:1-8. Take heart; the word of our God stands forever. We see opposition to having the Ten Commandments displayed and public prayer. Our Grief Support Group reaches out to help and comfort those who are grieving. God used ordinary people to do extraordinary work for him.
Kevin Sandmann gave the benediction.
We start Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall with coffee and breakfast followed by Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 a.m. and the Morning Worship at 10:40 a.m. Evening Worship is in the little chapel at 6 p.m.
Our Grief Support Group meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Wednesday night at 7 p.m. we have Bible study and prayer meeting and also our Youth Get-together in the Fellowship Hall.
GABC is conveniently located in the 600 block of North Grand Ave. with off-street paved parking and the entrance doors on the east side, on Clements Street.
Join us as we rejoice in serving a risen Lord.
Harvey Street Baptist Church
Our deepest desire is to bring glory to our Lord Jesus Christ as a collective Church body, and we would like to invite you and yours to come and Worship alongside us here at HSBC, where you will find a place of love, growth and service.
Sunday School-Bible Study and Fellowship at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Corporate Worship at 11 a.m.
Children’s Church at 11 a.m. — Children ages 3-7 have a great time learning Gods word.
Sunday Evening Corporate Worship at 6 p.m. — Verse by Verse study of the Gospel of Mark.
Men & Women’s Bible Study Monday Nights at 6:45 p.m.— Verse by Verse study of the book of Revelation.
This Monday Night we will be starting with chapter 16 starting with verse 4. We will be discussing the following:
The Seven Bowls of God’s Wrath
Corporate Mid-Week Worship at 6 p.m. — Study In The Psalms/Prayer Time
Our “Kingdom Kids” are taking off the month of August, we will start back up in September, check back for updates!
We are seeking a Bi-Vocational Director of Children/Youth, for more info please call, if no one answers leave a message!
Need a ride to one of our services? Call us at 665 2504 and leave a message.
Mt Pleasant Baptist Church
Pastor Charles Williams sermon was on Malachi 2:10-16. The title of his sermon was Breaking God’s Covenant. Malachi tells Israel that God loves them. He is their Father and their Creator. Yet, Israel has broken God’s covenant; marrying foreign wives, and were treacherous toward the wife of their youth and with each other. God’s desire for them is to be faithful to Him. Israel lost generations to grief because of their treachery and sin.
The lesson is to love God as much as He loves us. God’s love is sovereign, unconditional, and personal. His love is exclusive and He wants us to love him back in that way. We have been forewarned in these verses that the result of sin is grief and the result of faithfulness to God is love and peace.
Youth pastor candidates
Mt Pleasant Baptist is in search of a youth pastor and is looking at two candidates. One candidate will be here next week and will be in the church service next Sunday.
Women’s Bible class
Coming soon is a Women’s Bible Class to start up in the fall. More details later. Also, in October the Senior Day at Camp Coppas will be coming up in the fall. Put Oct. 1 down on your calendar.
Our service times
Mt Pleasant would like to invite you to all services: Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m., Wednesday night 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Come help us grow in the Lord.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Our church is located in downtown Gainesville just east of the Cooke County Courthouse at 415 E. California St. Our rector is Fr. Jeffrey Stubbs, SSC.
8 a.m. Sunday - Said Mass (Rite 1)
9:15 a.m. Christian Education
9:30 Adult Sunday School current topic “The Footprints of God.”
10:30 Eucharist (Rite 1)
6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evenings Mass and Bible Study
9:30 a.m.Thursday morning Mass and Book Study
Noon Friday - Adoration and Confession from 4-6 p.m.
Daughters of the King — Resumes Sept 2 following 10:30 Mass.
Women of St. Paul’s Resumes Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Come visit St. Paul’s and join us in praising and enjoying the living God, as we give glory and thanksgiving to our Creator and show kindness to one another, and take a tour of one of Gainesville's oldest Church’s, come join us in the Parish Hall following the services in the Parish Hall and enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation.
The doors of this House of God are open to one and all so that we may praise God as brothers and sisters in Christ.
For more information call the Church Office at 665-4705, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.stpaulsgainesville.
New Life Bible Church
“Prayer That Changes the Heart”
Pastor Andy Anderson gave a message Sunday from John 17, the prayer of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, including 17:20-24, where Jesus prayed that the disciples would be one in the Lord. Andy explained, “This is an important prayer, and we must really listen to it. May our unity not be because we are all doing the same work, but may it be because we are listening to Jesus Christ. How will the world know we are Christians? One of the worst testimonies is when we know someone for a long time and when we reveal ourselves to be Christians, they say, ‘Oh, I didn’t know.’ They should know us because of our unity with Him, and with each other. If God is the most important one to you, and you are asking Him to use you, and you are being a reflection to others of Him, people will see this. ”
The pastor went on to say, “In Matthew, when Jesus drove out the money changers, he said, ‘My house is a house of prayer.’ The only way we can follow Him is to be a house of prayer – to put prayer on the pedestal where it needs to be, so we can know how to follow Him. When Jim Cymbala was called to a church in Brooklyn, there were about 30 people, mostly prostitutes and drug dealers. But Jim Cymbala stayed, and put it to prayer. It is now 16,000 strong, not because Cymbala has great talent, but because he has prayer.”
Andy’s exhorted the church saying, “We must pray. We must know how to listen to Him. We must dedicate our life to Him, and is that any small task? As a church, we must be challenged to step out into the next phase of trusting Christ, by being on our knees and saying, ‘Lord, empty me and fill me with all of You.’ Then the next step is to tell Him, ‘I trust You with my family. They are Yours.’ Give them to Him. Trust Him. Trust Him with yourselves, with your families, with your finances, with everything you have. If you do that, He will put someone in front of you who needs to hear about Him.”
This Friday evening and Saturday morning, August 10 and 11, everyone who is available is asked to come help Megan and Trey Shero move into their home in Gainesville. Please contact the Sheros, DeMents, or Dulocks for details on how you can help.
Saturday morning, Aug. 18, the women will gather for a fellowship breakfast at IHOP at 8:30 a.m. This will be a time to relax, let someone else do the cooking, and get to know each other better.
What do you crave? Food? Social media? TV? Extreme organization? Do these cravings take up more of your time and thoughts than your attention to your relationship with Christ? The women of New Life Bible are involved in a study on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. based on the book, “Made to Crave” by Lysa Terkeust, which helps teach how to turn your desires away from cravings and toward Christ. Women throughout the community are invited to join this study led by Kim Wilson.
Weekly Men’s Coffee
The men of NLBC meet every Saturday from 7-8 a.m. at the church for coffee, fellowship, and a time of study and prayer. Please come, and feel free to bring a friend to this important fellowship.
Saturday, Aug. 18, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., the Grants will play host to a men’s “mini-retreat” at 13138 S. FM 372, Valley View (Mt. Springs), just past the intersection of FM 922 and FM 372. This will be an informal evening of getting to know each other more, sharing, and simply spending time together. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Please bring a lawn chair if possible, and an open heart and mind.
Wednesday Night Study
Brent and Cyndi Banks are leading a study in their home each Wednesday night through the summer, based on the book “Radical.” All adults are encouraged to join them from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Please call or email the church for the Banks’ address.
Adult Bible Fellowship
Geoff Haberman is leading a Sunday morning bible study each Sunday at 9:30 in room 204. This is an interactive bible study which helps all those attending to increase their understanding of God’s Word. The fellowship is currently studying the book of Joshua.
High School Youth
Youth leaders James and Alison Lewis meet with the high school youth in the outer building every Sunday morning at 9:30, for an invigorating study of the Gospels. The high school also meets on Wednesday evenings at the Lewis’ home, learning how to study their bibles. This is very important to everyone to learn, so they can build a foundation of knowledge about the Lord and their faith, growing their relationship with the Lord.
Junior High Youth
The junior high youth meet on Sunday morning as well, and are currently learning the foundational principles of the Old Testament, relating that knowledge with the New Testament, and growing their relationship with the Lord.
New Life Family Prayer
Each Sunday morning those wishing to join in corporate prayer are invited to come together in one of the front hall Sunday school rooms from 9 to 9:30. This is an opportunity to lift our church and our leadership up in prayer, as well as others who come to mind. Sunday school for all ages, toddlers through adults, begins immediately after the prayer time. A nursery is offered throughout Sunday morning, and during the church service. Children’s Church is also offered for the children toddler-aged through pre-school.
Praise and Worship
Steven Dulock and the praise team, including Amy Dulock and Anna Gleaton, use their God-given talent to lead the congregation in contemporary praise and worship every Sunday morning before the church receives the Word of God. Everyone is invited to experience this time of praise, lifting your voice to our Creator.
Nursing Home Ministry
New Life Bible is involved in a ministry to the people of one of the local nursing homes. The young people have “adopted” three of the residents who might not have friends or family to check in on them, and will be visiting them frequently. Please see the youth department director, Kimberly Wilson, for details on helping with this ministry.
State School Ministry
Every 4th Sunday of the month members of New Life Bible meet after church to minister to the young men at the Gainesville State School. If you feel called to participate in this ministry, please see Robert or Susan Gleaton at the church.
NLBC believes in preparing the young people for battle as they go out into the world. AWANA encourages children and youth to learn God’s word through memorization, reinforcing lessons, and fun games and activities. The AWANA program is on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., and includes children who turned three by September 1st, as well as Junior High students. AWANA is on hiatus for the summer, but will return when the school year resumes.
New Life Bible Church exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus Christ, to develop them in Christian living, making a positive impact in our generation and in the world. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m., and the morning worship service begins at 10:45 a.m. A nursery is provided from 9:30 a.m. to noon each Sunday. New Life Bible Church is located at 3901 E. Broadway (about a half mile from Radio Hill Road on FM 678 just before the Gainesville State School). You may contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or find us on the web at newlifebible.com. You may also “like” us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Life-Bible-Church/131587403588376.
Vilott Baptist Church
School will be starting soon, and everyone will be back into their routines. Why don't you make attending church one of those regular activities. You won't be sorry.
Vilott Baptist Church is located on FM 678 just outside of Callisburg. We have something for everyone. Sunday mornings start with a fellowship breakfast at 9:30 a.m. and Sunday school at 10 a.m. Sunday morning worship begins at 11 a.m. This week the message will be delivered by Paul Cox, missionary to Benin, Africa. You don’t want to miss what the Lord has to tell us through him. We would love to have you come and join us. Sunday evening services are at 6 p.m., and this will be our regular monthly business meeting.
There are several small groups that meet during the week for Bible studies and prayer. This Wednesday we start with a fellowship meal at 6 p.m. and then we are having Family Fun Night. You may call the church office for details about this annual event. On Thursday mornings there is a small group meeting for fellowship and Bible studies at 10 a.m. followed with a meal.
There is no excuse not to come to church and bring your family sometime during the week. Get on the right path and lead your family by example by following God's path.
Psalms 25:4-5 says, "Show me thy ways, O Lord, teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day."
If you are in looking for the right answers, open your eyes. If you are looking for a church home, come see us at Vilott Baptist Church.
If you need directions to get to Vilott, please call 665-1629.
If you need directions to get to Heaven, open a Bible and read the Word.
If you need help to study God's Word and have a richer, fuller life, come to church.
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Church to start new ministry
Gainesville Westminster Presbyterian Church, deeply entrenched as part of the community since 1946, is stepping out in faith by reaching out through a new ministry beginning Jan. 27 entitled “Men’s Accountability Network” (MAN). The ministry is designed to provide encouragement and support to men who aspire to build stronger relationships with God and family.
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Callisburg United Methodist Church
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