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On Wednesday Sept. 26th, students all across the nation will gather at their school's flag pole for See You At The Pole. SYATP is an annual event where students have the privilege and honor to gather together and pray for their school, families, friends, churches, and communities. Please check with your administrators about starting times for each school and commit to be there.


Sun., Sep. 23: 9:15 Prayer Room

9:45 Sunday School

11:00 Worship Service

5:00 Ladies Bible Study in Old Fellowship Hall

6:00 CIA Meeting

6:00 Youth Small Group

6:00 Evening Service

Wed., Sep. 26: 5:30 Supper

6:00 Awana

6:30 Youth Meeting

6:30 Adult Prayer & Discipleship

7:15 Choir Rehearsal

Fri., Sep. 28: 7:00 Friday Night Bible Study



this week's    Birthdays


 September 23 - Shirley Bagwell

25 - James Haning

Becky Kay

27 - Phil Reeves

29 - Wesley Jameson







Nursery Workers


                                                         September 23

Phillip & Courtney Pack

September 30

Shirley Reid & Heather Neary

Nursery Coordinator: Shandi Pack (982-3302)








Harold Bagwell (847-9416)




 Wednesday Night Supper 9/19/18

Adults Children

Chicken Pot Pie Cheeseburger

Vegetable Chips


Wednesday Night Supper 9/26/18

Adults Children

BBQ on Bun Chicken Nuggets

Baked Beans Tater Rounds

Cole Slaw/Corn


Wednesday Night  Schedule

                                                    5:30pm         Supper

                                                    6:00pm         Awana Activities

                                                    6:30pm         Youth Meeting

                                                    6:30pm         Adult Prayer & Discipleship

                                                    7:15pm         Choir Rehearsal




HOMEBOUND                    Marcelle Barr

OF THE WEEK                     Call office for address                                                 





September 16, 2018

Sunday School 80

Budget $ 5,025.00

Janie Chapman Mission Offering 965.00

Operation Care 24.00

PBA-deficit 100.00

Social Security Payroll Expense(reimbursed) 4,008.25

Reimbursements 550.95

Adult Discipleship $ 38.95

Wed PM Supper 512.00

Total Offering $10,673.20

Budget Income to date: $257,989.74

Budget Disbursements to date $253,025.52

Operating Budget: $45,181.38

Janie Chapman Missions Offering

Goal: $3,000.00

Given to date: $1,470.00 

Friday Night Bible Study

We will continue our Friday night Bible study in the Book of Revelation with Jim Reeves on Friday, September 28th. We meet bi-weekly on Fridays.  Make plans to join us at 7pm for a deeper look into this interesting and informative book in the Bible.



 Ladies Bible Study

We will continue our Bible Study on Sunday, September 23rd at 5pm in the old fellowship hall.

 Operation Care

The Brotherhood is sponsoring an effort to increase contributions to Operation Care.  For September, please prayerfully contribute canned fruit and spaghetti. Place your donations in the Old Fellowship Hall.  Please contact Tony Crowe (864-221-1292) with questions.





Words to Ponder

The American fast food chain Chick-fil-A is a favorite among Christians for the owners’ unwavering stand against Sunday opening. But it turns out this unwavering stance has some wiggle room to it, when needed.

But, as consistent as their closed-on-Sunday position has been, they’re not Pharisaical about it – they recognize there can be a need for exceptions. Jesus healed on the Sabbath, and, when the Pharisees confronted him about it, he put them in their place asking, “Which one of you will have a son or an ox fall into a well, and will not immediately pull him out on a Sabbath day?”

For Chick-fil-A, an exception occurred this past December when the Atlanta International Airport was hit with a complete blackout. This is one of the world’s busiest airports, and the blackout resulted in hundreds of cancelled flights and countless stranded passengers. While Atlanta’s municipal government was busy trying to find accommodations for these passengers they tweeted out that the passenger’s meals would be handled by someone else“@Chick-fil-A will provide food for passengers.”

So a store that’s always closed on Sunday was happy to open their doors on this particular day of rest because thousands of people needed their help. Not only is this a wonderful observance of the 4th Commandment, it is Matthew 5:16 lived out as well.

Matthew 5:16

16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.