Put on Your Calendar

Tuesday – Men’s Bible study at 9:00 a.m.

Wednesday –  7:00 –  Coming together to teach our church constitution and pray with one another.

Two opportunities for serving:

Sign up as host at church welcome center.  See Len or Paulette Harris.

Could you be the point person in one of these areas?

  1.     Publicity (getting the word out)
  2.    Putting up/taking down the VBS signs
  3.    Moving chairs & tables as needed
  4.    Snacks for Thursday family night
  5. Transportation – using our church vans
  6. Host a class and review Uncle Al’s lesson
  7. Would ALL pray for tender, open hearts and Al as he teaches God’s Word?

All workers must have a MSP background check.

 

Sunday evening August 2 – 6:00 p.m.  SMITE team 2015 report

Quarterly business report

August 6 – 8  Family campout at Michawana.  Supper together Friday August 7 at 6:00 p.m.  The picnic will be at sites 32 and 34.  Bring food to share, your own utensils, drinks and chairs.  If you have an extra, please bring it.  See you there!

Sunday evening August 9 – Lord’s Supper

To honor our veterans, “Patriotic Memories” program will be held Tuesday evening August 18 at 6:00 p.m.  Veterans, please fill out a sheet on the welcome center and answer questions about your military service. This event  is for all ages.  Please sign up at the welcome center.  You need not be a veteran to attend.

August 27-29 – Garage sale for next years Dominican Republic mission trip at Fred Lewis’s residence in Prairieville. To donate, you may place items in the trailer behind the building, or see Jerry Robart or Bill Boyle.

Friday evening September 11 – While the ladies are away at Gull Lake with Terri Jenkin, the men and boys will be spending the evening with Bill Jenkin.  Men, here’s three things we need:

  1. What do you enjoy doing?  (Soccer?  Stamp collecting?  Rock collection?  Baseball cards?)

Bring an example September 11.

  1. Be purchasing items that we can use for door prizes.  Example: tools, toolbox, lures, gift cards…
  2. Pray for Bill as he brings the gospel that hearts would be open, repent and receive Christ.

“Pray with us for teens to teach 5-Day Clubs and work at the fairs.  We also need homes and other locations to hold the clubs.  God is faithful, and we know He will provide labors, locations and the funds to reach the children this summer.”  Bill Wetzel

P.O. Box 389, Hastings, MI  49058.  Phone:  269-818-5390.  email hidden; JavaScript is required

 

Our food pantry is doing well!  Now we need more: green beans, corn, dried beans and canned, fruit cocktail, spaghetti, macaroni, cake mixes, puddings, lots of soups of all kinds (canned), rice, jellos, canned pineapple, mayonnaise, canned ham, corn beef, tooth brushes, baby food, etc. & items, canned spinach, beets, salt, pepper, tomato paste, sugar, brown sugar, confectioners sugar, & salad dressings.  Thanks, everyone, for being great givers!

 

 

 

 

Weekly Bulletin – July 26, 2015

July 26, 2015

“All the inhabitants of the earth are reputed as nothing; He does according to His will in the army of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth.  No one can restrain His hand or say to Him, ‘What have You done?’   Daniel 4:35

Orangeville Baptist Church – Gathering to worship – Learning God’s Word –  Connecting with others –  Serving others – 

9:45 – 10:45 a.m.   Sunday School classes

We welcome our missionaries Dave and Sue Dernlan this morning.  They will be updating high schoolers and adults during this time in the auditorium.

Scripture:  Galatians 5:16-18

11:00 a.m.  Gathering to worship

6:00 p.m.  Overseas report

Spotlight on Missions

From the Garrisons in the Dominican Republic

“Our work with Abundant Life Baptist Church in La Vega is going well.  The church has been stabilized and has been consistently running between 30-40.  However, our work on the facilities has screeched to a halt.  We are still waiting on the government to come and connect the water and sewer lines and public utilities to the church.  We are still in need of $12,000 to finish the roof on the main part of the building.  Please pray that the Lord will provide these needed funds and the government will get busy with the needed utilities. While home in May for our daughter’s wedding I had an eye exam.  Normally this is no big thing, but they found that I had cataracts caused by the medication I am on and they needed to be removed.  This, too, is normally no big deal, but you that know me at all know that I am not normal.  I had the cataract surgery, and a few days after developed a staph infection inside my right eyeball, which required immediate emergency surgery.  The vision in my left eye has improved, and I now can see out of it with the aid of glasses (I was supposed to not need glasses after the cataract surgery).  I am starting to be able to see a little out of the right eye, like shapes, light and color, but not enough to even try to use glasses yet.  One specialist said it was amazing that they were able to save the right eyeball, let alone regain some vision in it.  The doctors say I will probably need two more surgeries to try and improve my vision, but they want to let it heal from all the initial trauma before doing anything more.  Please pray for healing and patience during this time.”