BE A MENTOR!
Packsaddle Elementary School is looking for adults who are interested in making a difference in the life of a child. Mentors meet with a student once a week for 30 minutes throughout the school year. If you are interested in this worthwhile volunteer program, please contact: Zilah Schiener, school counselor at
(325)248-2269 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SIBI SOLAR PLAYERS
Last Sunday’s special contribution for the Solar Mission Players was $2,478.00. Thanks to all who generously gave to this great cause!
THINK ABOUT THIS ….
What cookies would you like to bake for Cherokee Home? Would you rather buy them? The children and staff like either. Just be sure that they will be in the Fellowship Room before Wednesday, December 4th.
We also collect stuffed toys, animals and dolls, before our Holiday Fellowship Meal on December 8th. Those toys (without button eyes or other loose parts) are donated to the Seton Care A Van to give to children who face traumas when treated for their various maladies.
HELPING HANDS PANTRY
Needs Plastic bags, shampoo, tooth paste, tooth brushes
SOME IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS
Wednesday, 20th — Soup Luncheon 11:30AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesday, 27th — All classes dismissed, day before Thanksgiving
Thursday, 28th — THANKSGIVING DAY
Monday, 2nd — HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE at the Millers.
Wednesday, 4th — Ladies Class pack our COOKIE CONTRIBUTION for Cherokee Home for Children.
Sunday, 8th — special guests, Doug & Diane Wheeler will be with us. HOLIDAY FELLOWSHIP at noon.
Wednesday, 18th — Soup Luncheon, 11:30 AM — 12:30 PM
Wednesday, 25th — ALL CLASSES dismissed
Adventures In Missions
Our congregation is blessed to help support Kaylee Hankins as she has begun the AIM Program (Adventures In Missions) this fall. What follows is from her recent report as she prepares to consider her preferences and selections of possible mission fields. Please keep Kaylee and her classmates in your prayers. For the elders, Ken D
I’m excited for this because the mission field is exactly where our feet are at. We don’t have to leave the country, the state, or our city to begin our mission. It begins with where we are at now, where we have our feet planted. As part of the Body of Christ, we are the hands and feet. We are called to be reaching, searching, and seeking for those who are in need.
I want to say a special thank you to all the Host Families. Without them, none of our trips are possible. Thank you, for those who are reading these. A special thank you for my financial supporters. My monthly support has been so beneficial and a blessing, helping me abundantly. Each of you are such a blessing in my life. Without your constant love, I wouldn’t be in this moment of selection fields and teams. Sticking with me this far gives me more confidence and courage in what we are about to do.
I ask for continual prayers for my selections because this is an investment of my life, and I’m letting Him lead me as I follow. Pretty soon, I will be sending out more support letters only for one time support. After I receive my field in December, I will send out more letters for monthly support. Many of the fields this year are a little more expensive. I know that God will provide, I just ask for prayers for willing hearts to help support the Great Commission.