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Staunton Scene

Friday, November 12, 2010

Staunton Community Center

Keep in mind that the Community Center's first Craft Show is coming up next Saturday November 20 starting at 9:00 a.m. If you would like to set up to sell homemade crafts, call Kelly Kirchner at 442-8608. The cost is $15 if you use one of the Center's tables, or $10 if you bring your own table.

Staunton First Christian Church

Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211; the bus is wheel-chair equipped.

Children's Church and Wee Worship meet at 10:30 in the Educational Building.

Sunday evening service is at 6:00. Wednesday evening Bible Study and Prayer Group meets at 7:00.

If you want to ride the bus to Golden Corral for lunch on Monday November 15, plan to be at the church by 11:00 a.m.

On Sunday Nov. 21, we will host the annual Community Thanksgiving service with the Staunton United Methodist Church. This year we will meet in the church basement for food, fellowship, and a time of devotion. Sandwiches and drinks will be provided; please bring a dessert.

Staunton United Methodist Church

Be sure to look for our table at the November 20 Staunton Community Center Craft Fair. The women of the church have been busy making noodles to sell at this event. Proceeds will be used for our roof payment fund.

Sunday School is at 9:30 with Church Service following at 10:30. David Brown is our Pastor and his wife Elaine brings the Children's Message. Glenna Simons is the pianist.

Remember that the Community Food Pantry is open in the church's basement from 3-5 p.m. on the last Wednesday afternoon of each month. The next Food Pantry day will be Tuesday, Nov. 23, because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Anyone in the Staunton area in need of help is welcome. We appreciate the support of all the churches, schools, civic organizations, and individuals who help make this needed outreach a success.

Please keep praying for everyone who is battling illness, as well as all the brave men and women of our military and their families. Also remember in prayer all the folks in nursing homes and hospitals, and those who have lost loved ones. Go out of your way to be kind to someone, and pray for everyone.

If you have news to share, you can call me at 448-1591 or send it to 4954 W. Happy Holler Rd., Brazil. All news is greatly appreciated.