Dress up in your best family-friendly costume, and bring the kids to Trunk or Treat, October 25, 6:30-8 p.m. (during our regular Awana time). There will be carnival games, treats, moon bounces and prizes! We need donations of candy, and participants who will decorate their vehicle trunk and give out candy. If you can help with either, email Shane Babcock, email@example.com.
Go OUTreach for October is on the 10th & the 24th. We'll reach out to our membership and community through visits, phone calls and cards. Childcare is provided.
Join us for Set Free: Finding Freedom in the 10 Commandments. Services are 8:15 and 10:50 a.m. To catch up on all of the sermons in this series, click here. And join us for Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30!
HOUSTON—Postal carriers are famous for their tenacity when it comes to delivering mail and packages every day, clinging to the mantra of “Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”
Yet, an unnamed carrier in Houston took that creed to a higher level recently when he helped deliver help and hope to an elderly widow whose rented home had been inundated as a result of the landfall of Hurricane Harvey along the Texas Gulf Coast on Aug. 17