Daily Archives: January 31, 2019


31
Jan 2019
A Message from your Council President

By Beth Ford It is that time of year again. Did we not just finish 2017? How did 2018 pass so quickly? It is a logical time to consider all the gifts that we were given in 2018 and how we shared those gifts. It is, also, the time to think about how we can better serve God in 2019. In 2018, our Messiah family grew. When it could have been a temptation to sit back and feel sorry for ourselves, no one gave in to that as a possibility. We became......

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31
Jan 2019
From the Pastor

I recently had a medical checkup, (turned out OK), that included a memory check. I sometimes forget where I parked my car when I visit the mall or the hospital so I, (and some of my friends), thought it would be a good idea to see if I was losing my mind. After answering about an hour’s worth of questions, the doctor came to the conclusion that my memory was fine, I just didn’t pay attention! (Something my wife has been saying for years.) Still, as my wife pointed out, it could......

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31
Jan 2019
Call Committee Has Been Formed.

A call committee was elected at the Annual Congregational Meeting Part 1 on Sunday, Dec. 2. Elected were: Mike Driskill, Doris Featherston, Jaclyn Levy, Jane Mason, Craig Stewart. In addition to the elected members of the committee, the Congregation Council is to appoint two additional members to serve – which they did at their meeting of Dec. 18, 2018. Appointed members to the Call Committee are Kelsey West and Roger Miller....

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31
Jan 2019
Volunteer for Leaders for Readers

Brothers at Messiah (BAM) together with Great Schools Partnership is offering our members and friends the opportunity to join Leaders for Readers! Leaders for Readers volunteers are committed to helping 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students practice and grow in their reading. Volunteers pick a 1-hour schedule and stick with it consistently each week for the entire semester or, ideally, the whole school year. In that one hour, volunteers will work with up to three students individually for about 15 minutes each and note their progress. You can learn more about Great......

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