News and Events for the Week of February 9

There will be a Nurture Team Meeting on February 11, at 6:30 PM in the Faithful Disciples Classroom.  Members are:  Mike Miller (Chair), Carole Miller, Valerie Altman, Priscilla Keene, Betsy Carrier, Sean Glenn, Tony Lundin, Joan Williams, Lelia Perry, Elaine Good, Jeany Waid

Our nursery worker, Angel Johnson, is now on staff here at BCUMC.  If you have been helping with her support, please give through the church by putting your money in the offering and designating it for “Nursery”.  Thanks!

Thanks again to everyone who donated for our Advent mission challenge.  We gave $1830.32 to The Heifer Project.  Funds were distributed to purchase:  2 heifers, 2 alpacas, 1 goat, 1 pig, 1 trio of rabbits, 4 hives of honeybees, and 5 ducks.  Because of your generosity, lives have been changed!

FOR MEN ONLY:  CRUSADER COMMENTS:  “Folly is bound up in the heart of a child”  Proverbs 22;15 Coded Message:  TGCF&VJG#DKDNG

The Witness Team will be sponsoring a Pancake Supper on Ash Wednesday, February 26,  before the worship service.  They will be serving pancakes, sausage, and all the fixins starting at 5:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall.  Cost is $6 for adults.  Children under 12 are free.  Proceeds go to evangelism ministries . Plan to stay for our Ash Wednesday service on at 6:30 PM.  Ash Wednesday is a time for repentance as we enter the Lenten season. 

During the season of Lent, we will be offering a special Wednesday night study based on the book “Wounds That Heal.” We are all wounded people.  In this book, we will look at the implications of Jesus’ crucifixion for our own healing and restoration. We will explore such topics as shame, rejection, deliverance, pain, forgiveness and others.  This study will begin on March 4.  If you are interested, a sign up sheet will be passed over the next 2 Sundays or you can call the church office. Book cost approximately $15 each. Pastor Sean will be preaching a series based on the book as well. 

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