This Week's Need to Know!

This Week's Need to Know!

THIS WEEK’S TEXT: “The Nations Spread Abroad” Genesis 10
Taught by: Pastor Tim Boger

Due to our Annual Business Meeting, there will be no Sunday School after the service.

The next round of Sunday School Classes starts on November 26th!
Following Jesus: How Do I Live as a Christian? Pastor Aaron will be teaching this class in Classroom 2/3 looking at the practical ways that we can follow after Jesus as believers.
Broken Bread: Join Brianna Batdorf as she continues to teach through this book looking at how we can stop using food and fear to fill spiritual hunger. (Classroom 4).
Genesis Q&A: In this class, the questions that arise during the Sunday morning service will be talked through. Be sure to submit questions with the QR code on the bulletin. (MPR)

Women’s Ministry is hosting a Faith & Fitness night on Thursday, November 16th at 7:00 p.m. There will be a workout for ladies to do together, snacks and recipes to share, and a testimony of how faith and fitness coincide. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the team by emailing

Our annual business meeting will be happening November 19, 2023, after church during the Sunday School hour starting at 10:45 am. The agenda and proposed budget will be made available this Sunday on the table in the back of the sanctuary.
There will be childcare provided for children up to 6 years old during the meeting and the older kids are welcome to play games in the MPR.

Today marks the halfway point of Operation Christmas Child National Collection Week. We had a goal to pack 200 shoeboxes as a church. As of last evening, we have 165 that have been brought into the building. Praise God! Only 35 more to go in order to reach our goal. If you haven't packed a shoebox and would like to, you may pick up the box and label at the church. 
As a drop-off location, we have received 1,859 shoeboxes thus far (this number does NOT include BWBC shoeboxes - they'll be added at the end). Praise God for His faithfulness! That means that 1,859 children will hear the Gospel because of work that's being done right here in Clinton County. Please continue to pray for this ministry over the next several days. 

Grief Share is a 13-week group that will be running every Tuesday evening at 6:45pm from September 12th – December 12th. Grief Share aims to help you face the challenges of grief after losing a loved one. During the sessions, we will focus on the hope and healing that is found in the truth offered through gospel. If you are interested in joining us, you can still sign up by clicking here!

We will not have a Wednesday Evening Service on Wednesday, November 22nd due to Thanksgiving.

It's almost Christmas and time for the Light Display! We are looking for cookie bakers, friendly faces to serve cookies and hot chocolate, and assistance with parking and security. The light display runs every Friday and Saturday night in December from 6pm-9pm. To sign up to serve, please click the link here!

NewLife is hosting Midnight Pancakes on Tuesday, December 5th starting at 7:00 p.m. Last year, we were able to interact with about 300 students in each of the Fall and Spring semesters! This is a great opportunity to promote the Gospel of Christ during Final's Week. Please prayerfully consider helping out with this amazing event and fill out the attached form, here, as the Lord leads.

Our next Garage Night will be, Thursday, December 7th at 6:00 p.m., where all men will be invited to meet at the garage of Dave Frankenberger (1930 Long Run Road, Mill Hall).  Men, grab a chair and come prepared to talk shop and tackle life’s challenges, while building on the strengths of your brothers in Christ

AIM is for moms of children ages 0-18 and will meet the 2nd Thursday of the month. Meetings will be Thursdays 10:30am-12:00pm and 6:30pm-8:00pm. Childcare will be provided for daytime meetings. The next AIM meetings are on December 14th. For more information, please contact

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