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Friday, June 4, 2010

Little Historic Church at Carbon

The Little Historic Church at Carbon will have their Friday program on June 11. There will be a pitch-in dinner at 6 p.m., with the program at 7 p.m.

This month the entertainment will be provided by John Shields, of Crystal Valley; Jeff Bridgewater, of Firm Foundation; and Steve Rigdon and Gerald Meeks, of Crimson Cross.

Everyon is invited to attend.

Bee Ridge Congregational Church

Bee Ridge Church will be having a Jonah Fish Fry on Saturday, June 19, from 4-7 p.m., at Kennedy's Crossing Bingo Center. Cost is $8 for adults, $5 for children under age 12, and free for ages two and under.

For more information, or advanced tickets call Jeff Bridgewater at 812-241-3036.

Carbon United Methodist Church

Memorial Day is over. But remembering our fallen soldiers should never be over. I just received an e-mail about a family flying home on a plane that was carrying their son who had been killed.

The pilot, on learning about the family, called ahead and arranged for an escort to meet the family and take them to where they could watch their son's casket being off loaded from the plane.

The pilot requested the other passengers to remain seated to allow the family to disembark first. The passengers not only did that, but they began to clap and tell them how proud they were of their son. That kind of e-mail is good. The conflict over there has gone on so long that we tend to push it into the background and go on about our daily lives without thinking about our sons and daughters risking their lives over there every day. Let's keep Memorial Day alive every day until this nasty war is over.

Sunday, the youth group is providing a meal for their parents at the church at 5 p.m. They are working hard on it and I hope there is a good turnout

Sunday, June 13, will be our Bible Study Sunday. We will meet for a quick soup-and-sandwich lunch right after church and then get into the Bible Study.

Saturday, June 19, will be the day for our fourth Fun Day at the Park. Everyone in Carbon is invited. There will be the annual basketball tournament, games for the children, fellowship for the folks too "old" for the games, and plenty of food. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the evening. Things will start about 4 and be over about 6 p.m.

The monthly board meeting will be Monday, June 21, at 7 p.m.

The days are long now. June 21 will be the longest day of the year. We all have more daylight to use. Use some your time to thank God for all your blessings. Come to church. Worship is at 10:30 a.m.

Eastside Christian Church

First of all we want to thank Millie and Ann for their beautiful playing of the patriotic songs.They were done beautifully. What a blessing it was to have so many with us on a holiday weekend. And we also want to thank Ron for stepping in for Dave again. Our prayers are with Dave. It was good to see the Barringtons with us. Also, it was good to see Kale Eaglin, who was on leave from the military. We especially want to thank him for giving his time to protect our country. We want to pray for him and all the other military men and women.

We also want to pray for Martha Sutherlin, who is having medical difficulties. We have a praise report for Tim Callahan. His procedure went well, and he is recovering nicely.

We have recently been informed that Bonnie Day has moved out of town to be with another family member. We want Bonnie to know that she will be missed and hope that she will keep in touch with us.

VBS starts Monday evening at 6:30 p.m. We pray that we will see you or your children that evening. A great time is planned and don't want any child to miss out on the fun to be had.

Next week is also Angel Food ordering time again. Our orders have been down some, so please don't forget to order. Someone will be at the church on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 4-6 p.m., to take your orders. If you need a menu, please let Lorie, 765-672-6363, or Sharon, 448-1030, know, and they will get one to you. You may also look it up online. With it being grilling season, there are special packages for this. This is a great ministry, and we would not want to lose it.

If you have ever had questions about Heaven, you need to attend Pastor Bill's Sunday School class at 9:30 a.m.

We hope our members have marked their calendars for the Sunday of June 27. There will be a congregational meeting after the worship service.

If you or anyone you know needs prayer, please let us know. We are a church that believes in the power of prayer.

We look forward to seeing you with us tomorrow. None of us know how long we will be on this earth, so we all need to make arrangements to make sure we have a place in Heaven.

Ebenezer Church

Indiana Jones: In Search of the King of Kings is this year's theme for Vacation Bible School, June 6-13, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Classes start from two years old to adult. Everyone is invited to come and join the fun.

Ebenezer Church is located 3/5 miles north on Harmony Rd., then .5 mile west.

Berea Christian Church

High Seas Expedition Vacation Bible School is June 6-10, starting at 6:30 p.m. Open for children 2-years-old to middle school age.

Transportation is available upon request, call at 812-448-8698.

Berea is located on the corner of Waterworks Rd. (200W) and Billville Rd. (800N).

Seelyville United Methodist Church

Seelyville United Methodist Church is a Christian community of Open Hearts, Open Minds, and Open Doors. We are located at US 40 and 2nd Street in Seelyville, one block east of the stoplight.

Please join us for 9:30 a.m., Sunday morning worship as we ask ourselves what ministry has God called us to that we have to step out in trust. A time of fellowship follows with Sunday School for all ages beginning at 10:45 a.m. Nursery care is provided beginning at 9:15 a.m.

Join our scrapbooking group as they meet Sunday from 1-7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall on the lower level of the church.

Register now for Galactic Blast Vacation Bible School that will be in session June 21-24, 6-8:30 p.m.

June Share Food orders can be placed through June 10 by contacting the church office.

For more information, visit www.seelyvilleumc.org, email seelyvilleumc@verizon.net, or call 812-877-1868.

Otter Creek Christian Church

Wow, June is here, praise the Lord for another month to give Thanks for. God is so good to us Psalm 103: 1-2 says it all "Bless the LORD, O my soul; and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the LORD, O my soul; and forget not all his benefits."

Don't forget to give God Thanks and praise Him for everything He has done for us.

This week I was reminded that we should cry at a birth and rejoice at a death. I guess I needed to hear that since this week we lost my childhood friend (since 7th grade) Barbara Burger, she'd been ill for quite sometime but everytime I'd call she'd try not to let me know how bad she felt. That was on Saturday and then on Monday, May 31, Pastor Tom Trotter, went home to be with the LORD. Our deepest condolences goes out to both families but we should rejoice that they are neither in any more pain.

We all have the memories God has allowed us to acquire from such good friends. They would both tell you to count your blessings and give God the glory for the good and the bad in life. If we didn't have any trials we wouldn't know what glory He has given us.

Otter Creek Christian Church will be enjoying the music of Souther Gospel artist Terry Hall on Friday, June 11 beginning at 6 p.m. There will be a time of fellowship and snacks will be served following the sing.

Otter Creek Christian Church is located at 6299 N. Crow Street, Brazil

To contact Pastor Steve after 5 p.m., call 812-249-3309, or call 812-446-4007 Sunday and Monday (his wife will take a message) and before 11 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday, after 11 a.m., call 443-6007.

Sunday services are as follows 9:30 a.m. Study (classes for all ages) and 10:40 a.m. Worship service.

Friday, Ladies Bible Study at 10 a.m., at 12660 E. Grotto Road.

Keep our service men and women in your prayers as well as elected officials and your pastors. I pray God will be your guide throughout the coming days.

First Baptist Church

The youth at First Baptist have been having a summer kick-off this week. Tonight culminates a full week of activities. This is Volleyball Night from 5-10 p.m. A cookout will be at 7 p.m. It will be a full evening for all teens and leaders.

Thank you to all the adults who supported this youth week through volunteering, prayers, and donations.

The congregation at First Baptist Church invites you to join into our activities of worship and service this week. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with classes for all ages. This will be Youth Sunday so the youth will be leading the 10:30 service. It is also Communion Sunday.

A Mission Dinner will be served following the morning worship. Stuffed tenderloin is on the menu and donations will be accepted for the World Mission Offering. Following the mission dinner, VBS workers are asked to stay for a short meeting.

The Jr. and Sr. High Youth will meet at 5:30, and evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Pastor Mark is beginning a six-week study entitled "The Life You'veAlways Wanted."

Monday Evening Women's Bible Study meets at 7 p.m.

This June, Monday is Men's Night Out at the Indians Baseball game in Indy. They will meet at the church for the 7 p.m. game.

Wednesday is Mid-Week Bible Study at 12:15. This gives you an opportunity to study and discuss the scriptures together. We are continuing in I Kings and the life of Solomon. Prayer meeting will follow for those who can stay.

This Wednesday will be our Business Meeting in the chapel at 7 p.m. The Sr. High Girl's Bible Study will meet at 8 p.m.

Thursday, the American Baptist Women will convene for a luncheon meeting at noon.

THE ROCK alternative worship service is this Thursday at 7 p.m. This is a good opportunity for you to worship the Lord, especially if you were not able to be in church Sunday. If you do not attend church, this is a good opportunity to experience a praiseand worship service. There is also programming for children through fifth grade.

Saturday, at 3:30 p.m., volunteers are invited to decorate the sanctuary for Bible School.

Vacation Bible School is just a week away. All children and workers are invited to begin each evening with a light meal at 5:45 p.m.

We are also looking forward to the Father's Day Picnic the 19th. Please sign up on the bulletin board.

There is a lot happening and it all starts here. See you Sunday!

Benwood Mt. Lebanon Church

This week at Benwood Mt. Lebanon Church:

Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Sunday school (classes for all ages); 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship

Children's Church (for ages through 3rd grade)

This week's Children's Church teachers will be Brad and Kim Hapenny and Connor Hapenny

Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible Study--The Book of Daniel

Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Thursday Morning Ladies Bible Study

Pastor's message for this week is: "Being Thankful for God's Word"--Psalm 106:1 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. 2 Who can proclaim the mighty acts of the LORD or fully declare his praise? 3 Blessed are they who maintain justice, who constantly do what is right.


Vacation Bible School is just around the corner. Let's set sail for a "High Seas Expedition" will be held the week of June 20-24, 6:15-8:30 p.m. Classes from 3 years and up. Teenagers will have a separate class.

Church camp will be July 18-22, registrations will be available soon. Cost this year is $55 per camper.

Several volunteers are needed to help make plans for the annual Help-A-Family at Christmas Golf Scramble. Men and women, whether you play golf or you don't play golf. You don't even need to know what a golf ball looks like!

Remember the "Help A Family At Christmas" yard sale this Saturday. Please call the church Tuesday-Friday, 9- 11 a.m., to drop off your items, all proceeds are used for the "Help A Family at Christmas" program.

As the weather heats up let's not forget to check in on our elderly, or handicapped neighbors.

We are located two miles north of US 40 on the Knightsville Rd or two miles east of SR 59 on Rio Grande Rd.

For more information, call the church at 812-446-0531 or 812-448-2871

If you do not have a church home, we invite you to come and worship with us.

We are a Un-Denominational church that worships Jesus Christ. Be our visitor this week and our family the next week!

New Jerusalem Church

The public is invited to the New Jerusalem Church, a ministry with prayer for the sick, and has recently started having services at Clay Center, Billville Rd. and SR 59.

Sunday service is at 6 p.m., and Thursday Bible Study is at 6 p.m.

For more information contact Carolyn Moore at 812-446-2327.

Christian Women's Club of Terre Haute

You are cordially invited to a "Diamond in the rough" luncheon on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Starting with lunch on your own at 11 a.m. Tickets are $3.

Special feature will be "Walton's Rocks & Beads," with Joe Walton, Terre Haute.

Music and speaker is Judy Dagraedt are by Judy Dagraedt, Ottawa, Ill.

Reservations are needed by Friday, June 11. Call Doris at 812-466-5637.

Prayer Connection is Tuesday, June 8, at 10 a.m. at Ulla Kesler, 2749 Midwestern G St., Paris, Ill.

Community Missionary Church

Pastor Ken Thomas opened the services with prayer for the sick, shut-ins, spoken and unspoken requests, and our military in harms way, remembering those whom gave their life in the service of their country. Carol Vanatti led the congregation in songs of praise. Sandra Jenkins sang the special "Even in the Valley."

Pastor Thomas asked, how long does a person have to be without God, before they understand that God will still accept them if they truely repent and believe? If they but sincerely ask and believe. God understands your hurts, your every action, reaction, and he allows some people to become Christians. There are also pretenders that just go see the influence of dark forces at work.

Pastor Thomas said that he notes two roles as "good" and "evil." That war is going on continually even with us. God allows some people to be martyrs for Christiandom. That war between good and evil works in many ways. As evil forces bring up different things to take place during time of church services and they are man and widely accepted by people due to time, space, and every excuse under the sun. Even to those whom would bar prayer in our schools and other functions. There are those noted as Christians that protest at funerals saying that loved ones are killed as punishment to America. There are those dark forces that want to take "God Bless" out of our National Anthem, off our coin, and we have those serving the bar association that desire to have crosses and other monuments removed from city, county, state and federal property.

Ask yourself where you stand today. Bless our city, our county, our state and country, and most of all Lord, "Bless our people." Let's remember those that gave their life that we might be free.

Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship at 10:30 a.m., and Evening Service at 6 p.m.

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