The Lighthouse, May 2015 Issue

North Anderson Baptist Church
A small Church,
In a small Town, Serving a Big GOD.
“A Light of God’s Love”
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Volume 16 Issue 5 May 2015
God’s Revelation to North Anderson Baptist is…”To honor and glorify God through
worship, prayer, teaching, community service and mission opportunities.”
National Day of Prayer - The 64th Anniversary of the National Day of Prayer,
Thursday, May 7, will be observed in Anderson, South Carolina, at 12 noon on
the Anderson County Court House steps. The public is invited to participate.
Pastor Sam Duncan of Gethsemane Baptist Temple is chairing the event.
The 2015 National Day of Prayer Theme is: Lord, Hear Our Cry. It is based
on the Bible verse found in I Kings 8:28 "Hear the cry and the prayer that your
servant is praying in your presence this day."
Prayer leaders include: Congressman Jeff Duncan, US House of Representatives,
3rd District; Rev. Sam Duncan, pastor, Gethsemane Baptist Temple; Rev. Bill
Rigsby, pastor, North Anderson Baptist Church and Chaplain for the Anderson City
Fire Department and Anderson Sheriff's Office; Rev. Mark Daniel, pastor, West
Anderson Church of God; Rev. Herbert Moore, pastor, Victory Baptist Church;
Rev. Elva Martin, Coordinator of Anderson Internet Prayer Task Force; and Bobby
Mayfield, Vietnam Veteran. Prayers will be lifted up for revival in America, for
repentance and spiritual warfare, for evangelization of America, for government
leaders, for the United States military, and for law officers, firemen and rescue
workers.
The program will include the Pledge of Allegiance led by Jeff Hales, Starr-Iva
Gideon Camp; Presentation of Colors by the Westside High School Color Guard,
led by Major Daniel Rancourt; the National Anthem, by the TL Hannah High
School Band, directed by Richard Baskin. Lisa William will perform a solo.
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From Your Pastor…
I like the month of May because it brings to mind
schools ending, summers beginning, and being
with family and friends on vacation. May brings
Pastor Bill Rigsby
excitement from young people of all ages as they
anticipate school being out. I wished our adults had that kind of
enthusiasm for the Word of God and the worship of our Father in
heaven. It is my prayer that our congregation, this May, will continue to be faithful and constantly showing their joy and excitement
in the Lord Jesus as we sing, praise and worship the Almighty
God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Great things are happening in our Deaf congregation. The Deaf
leadership met recently to make plans to be more intentional in
reaching other Deaf in our community. They also decided to have
their own worship service twice a month which will help to bind
them together greater and build opportunities for Pastor Billy Sistrunk to preach to his congregation. We are fortunate to have
good leadership in Bible study and in the worship area of our Deaf
Ministry. Please pray for them all but specifically pray for the leadership who are seeking to follow the will of God and to reach out to
the lost and dying Deaf in our area. If you ever meet a Deaf person you don’t recognize, invite them to join our Deaf church. You
can do that through writing a note.
May God use NABC to touch lives of all people for whom God has
sent His Son to die and give eternal life.
Pastor Bill
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From your Minister of Administration & Education…
I am writing this article a few days after the yard sale. I would like to thank each
person who contributed items to the yard sale. Without your support the yard sale would
not be possible. I would also like to thank each person who helped out with the sale; it
means so much to me when you take from your time to help out for our children’s programs. The yard sale made approximately $675. Our children will have a great time this
summer with the summer programs, TNT, and camps.
Our boys will be going back to Camp McCall this year in June. June 6-8 will be
our father/son camp for boys first through fourth grade. Fathers you will enjoy camp
McCall. I have been with my son for three years and have chaperoned for numerous
years and each time I enjoy it more and more. I have already signed up and registered the
boys and fathers for camp, if anyone else would like to go please see me.
Girls, Girls, Girls, if you would like to go to Camp La Vida this year please see
me. Our first through third grade girls have the opportunity to go on a mother daughter
minicamp. Our older girls can go on a weeklong trip to Camp La Vida. Please see your
GA leader, Pam Parker, or myself for dates and cost.
This year North Anderson will be attend CentriKid at Gardner Webb University
in Boiling Springs, NC. This is for our 4 th, 5th and 6th graders and it will be our first time
going away for the week for camp. I am excited to have six kids attending this camp.
The camp dates are June 29 – July3. If you know of any other 4 th- 6th graders who may
want to attend please let me know as soon as possible.
VBS this year will be July 26 – 29. Please mark these dates down on your calendar. This year’s theme is Journey off the Map. More information will be out later, but if
you think you might be interested in helping this year please see call the church office or
see me. We could not do VBS without your support.
As mention above TNT will start this year on Tuesday June 9 th. TNT is our summer program for children each Tuesday morning through the summer. We start at 8:30 in
the morning and finish around 12:30 noon. Each week we do something different. Some
of the past activities have been swimming, crafts, movie day, going out to Calaham’s Orchard, Hartwell Damn tour, going to the park, the Greenville Zoo, the Children’s Museum, and going out to Richardson’s daylilies. I am working on the schedule this week
and will have the registration cards out soon. Please join us this summer.
JOURNEY OFF THE MAP
When: July 26 – 29
Where: NABC
Time: 5:45 – 8:30 pm
We are looking for individuals to help with
VBS this year. If you would like to help
please contact Dennis Walker. And remember
to be praying for our VBS this year.
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If you are ever wondering?
HERE’s HOW!!!
Attention Knitters and Crocheter’s!
Every October we send homemade hats
to Charleston to distribute to seafarers
who come into the ports at Charleston. Since it takes a while to make these,
we are asking that those who knit or crochet begin making stocking type hats for
this project. This is a project that you can
do at home all through the year. If you'd
like to participate, contact Judy Brown
(864-933-3234) for information and patterns if you need them. If you need yarn,
we may be able to help with that as well.
“GOD’S GIFTED HANDS MINISTRY”
If you are interested in learning how to
make prayer shawls, lap blankets, blanket buddies, scarves & hats, to help
“God’s Gifted Hands Ministry” WE CAN
SHOW YOU HOW! Please contact Diana
Beall at 225-2575 or email:
[email protected]
NEW ADDITION to ministry: We are
now doing “Baby Caps, Baby blankets
for Anderson Care Pregnancy Center, AU
girls Kentucky mission trip.” See Pam
Parker for this. Waterproof mats made
out of grocery bags please contact Mary
Simmons, if you are interested in quilting, please contact Peggy Capell.
Mission Project will continue for April - May
During April and May, we will be collecting items for the Foothills Child Advocacy Center. The mission of Foothills
Child Advocacy Center is to promote successful community response to childhood
sexual abuse. The center is committed to
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creating a safe place for a child's voice,
an effective team for intervention, a
community strong in prosecution, and an
avenue of healing for the child and family
impacted by sexual trauma. We will collect small (8oz) bottles of water, small
stuffed animals, journals, and toilet tissue. Thank you for your support of our
mission projects.
Relay for Life Saturday, May 16th
Sign up to be on our team at
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/
RelayForLife/RFLCY15SA?
team_id=1772358&pg=team&fr_id=6486
6&_ga=1.198221871.1267218017.14199
95821
Look for special fund raising for Relay
coming soon! Join us on Saturday, May
16 to support our survivors!
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SISTERS –
Ladies remember to encourage your sister.
Write a note, send a card or make a call to your
sister. If anyone would like to participate in the
Women’s Ministry “SISTERS” program please let
Gayle Staton know.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone
who has clipped BoxTops for Lilly and Lauren
Stone! Our homeschool co-op greatly benefits. We haven't heard the final tally yet, but
at last count, our co-op was leading the association's competition. Also, it's not too late!!!
Please keep turning in your BoxTops to Kerri.
Thank you again to everyone who has contributed and to those who continue contributing!
Thanks!
Kerri
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As ALWAYS with NABC you Don’t Have
to Be A Member to Join In
and “Get Involved.”
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HOW YOU MAY BECOME A MEMBER
1.By Profession of Faith and Baptism: If you will receive Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and Lord and follow Him in baptism by immersion, we welcome you into
our fellowship.
2. By Letter: As a Baptist whose membership is elsewhere we welcome you into our
church family should God lead you here. We will take care of writing for your church
letter.
3. By Statement: If your church membership records are not available for a transfer of
membership or if you have received Christ as your Savior and then were baptized by
immersion in another denomination we will accept you upon your statement of Faith.
4. By Watchcare: As a student whose membership is elsewhere we welcome you into
our church family under “Watchcare.” Your letter will not be transferred, we will notify your church that we will watch over you while you are away from home.
There’s plenty of room in our family for you.
Come and join us!
In Christ,
Bill Rigsby, Pastor
You are invited and encouraged to become a part of our exciting fellowship here at
North Anderson Baptist Church.
There are programs and ministries for every member of your family. Do you
know “How To Get To Heaven” from Anderson, SC? Join us at one of the below service
OUR WORSHIP TIMES
times and we will introduce you to Jesus, the only way to heaven.
SUNDAY
Choir Practice …………….… 8:45 am
Sunday School ….. 9:15 am
College & Career Sunday School...9:15 am
with Matt & Robin George
Youth Ministry Sunday School...9:15 am
Deaf Ministry Sunday School...9:15 am
Pastor’s Prayer Meeting……..10:20 am
Morning Worship ..… 10:30 am
Youth Bible Drill……...5 pm
Youth Ministry……....6 pm
Small Groups.…………6 pm
WEDNESDAY
Deaf Ministry Bible Study...6:45 pm
Youth Bible Study ….. 6:45 pm
Adult Prayer Meeting/Bible Study … 6:45 pm
Preschool Mission Friends ….. 6:45 pm
RA’s & GA’s ………………... 6:45 pm
Exception is 1st Wednesday Night Supper
Supper……..5:30-6:30 pm
All above regular Wednesday Night
activities will start at 6:30 pm
THURSDAY
Men’s Bible Study ….. 7:30 am
(Mama Penn’s)
Call us at:(864) 225-2575,
Fax (864) 225-2181
Email: [email protected]
Visit our web site at:
www.northandersonbaptist.com
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Ray Manley (2015) 225-6446
Sherrill (Ackerman), Tommy, Dakota Martin
Brian & Cynthia Adams, Corey, Zoe, Zane
Ginger Adams
Erik & Kim Aiken, Jessy, Destiny, Maranda
Frank & Kathy Alexander
Jessie Alexander
James Anderson
Michael & Teresa Applewhite, Dillon, Connor
Frank & Sharon Arthur
Janice Ash
Kim Ash, Roy, Kaitlyn
Morgan Ash
Carolyn Bailey
Judy Bailey
Matt & Mary Ann Ball
Matt White (2015) 314-3220
Diana Beall
Mary Bickers
Waldron Blackman, Jr.
Doris Blackwood
Millie Boatman
Linda Bowman
Sallie Bowman
Maston & Carole Boyd
Dewey & Julia Bramlett
James & Barbara Bramlett
Daniel Branyon, Rylee
Hugh & Orene Brinson
Jim Broome
Alan & Sylvia Brown, Rachel
Beth Brown
Bruce & Judy Brown
Jake Brown
Jeremy Brown, Eli
Wendal & Latoya Brown, Omari & Markel Hatten, Aleya
Brown
Tamara “Tami” V. Brownlee
Jerry Wilson (2016) 261-7558
Tammy Ebbler
Heather (Slaton) Ebernickle, Garrett, Case
Connie Ehrlich
Paul & Pam Ehrlich
Duane Elrod
JL & Ann Elrod
Randy & Bobbie Elrod
Helen Emerson
Roy & Sybil Ethridge
Bo & Mary Ruth Evans
Sandra (Potter) Fincannon
John Floyd
Lina Fonseca
Cathy Freeman
King & Jackie Fulton
Bob Gaillard
Don Johnson (2016) 332-7553
Matt & Robin George, Caleb, Eli, & Josie
Steve & Mickie Gibson
Greg & Carol Gillespie, Bryson, Abbey, Corbin
Kellie Gillespie, Rick, Jacob, Lydia, Mollie, Madison
Bob & Marilyn Glanowski, Lauren
Judy Harris, Jack
Charlie Harter
Caroline Haynes, Brianna, Brayden
Betty Herring, Bob
Deloris Hill
Steve Hill
Jim & Anne Holbrook, Taylor, Hannah
Summer Holbrook
Gene & Paula Holland
Frances Houser
Greg & Didi Humphries
Bruce Brown (2017) 933-3234
Ben & Hannah Morgan, Blaise, Caleb
Christine Morgan
Steve Morgan, Brenda
Michael Morris
Henry & Judy Morrison
Juanita “Sadie Nash
Christina Nixon
Russell & Amanda O’Dell
John & Jennie Outlaw
Pam Owens
Willadean Parales
Alan Parker
Bob & Pam Parker
Kristen Pierce
Hannah Polan
Tuma “Skip” Recklaw
Robert & Elza Reeves
Rick & Mandy Riendeau
Rick Riendeau (2017) 642-5472
Bill & Lynda Rigsby
Charline Roberson
Eunice Robertson
Justin Armstrong, Austin Armstrong
Craig Saxon
Jennifer Saxon, Zachary Durkee, Nicholas Cartee,
Rayna Saxon
Nick & Vanessa Seaver, Trenton, Kiley
BJ & Aimee Sharp, Addison
Bob & Mary Simmons
Billy & Jeanelle Sistrunk, Elisabeth, Will, Ethan
Lisa Skelton
Angela Slaton, Gabriel, Malachi, Moses
Jerry & Brenda Slaton
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Josh Stamps (2015) 940-7127
Buck & Virginia Buchanan
Joe & Lisa Burden, Kylie (granddaughter)
Joan Burriss
Bruce & Kathy Byce
Chers'e Canarina, Ben
Nick Canarina
Cain Cantrell
Tina Cantrell, Anna Gilliland, Jackson Cantrell
Derrell & Peggy Capell
Chuck & Julia Carver, Zackery, Erika, Erin
Juvencio & Amanda Castro, Juvé, Amanda &
Gabriel
Pearl Cheek
Frank Clark
Judy Cockrell
Jonathan & Marie Coley, Julia Rose
Marti Compton
Matt & Missy Cooley, Austin
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Bo Evans (2015) 225-7174
Heather Covert, Chuck, Allison, Aiden
Harry Craft
Betty Crisp
Craig & Tish Crittendon, Tommy, Kelly, Michael
Avernell Cromer, Joe
Eloise Cronk
Tim & Nancy Danyels
James Lamar David
Gary Davis
Gordon & Gladys Davis
Will Davis, Christine
John & Nancy Dill
Anita Donley, Ronny
Katarina Doolittle
Margie Duncan
Johnny & Lisa Corn
Matt George (2016) 224-2475
Don & Linda Johnson
Tom & Joyce Johnson, Jr.
Bill & Melissa Jones, David, Zachary, Brielle
Erica (Rigsby) Kent, Ian
Connie King
Chuck & Nancy Kroll
Lona Lacour
Fredda Lee
Lisa
Sean & Elinor Lister, Millie, Maggie, Andy
David & Mandy Little, Hampton, Campbell
Christie Looney
Kevin Looney
Louise Looney
Michael Lopez
Matt Ball (2016) 332-1522
Ray & Dana Manley, Taylor
Kaitlin, Manley, Liam Colin White
Lucy Marett
Velma Martin
Kim Matthews, Taylor & Jordan
Mike & Stephanie McCollum, Luke
Sam McCollum
Sandi McCoy
Angela McLeskey
John McLeskey, Morgan
Anne Mehaffey
Mike & Kim Merck, Isaac
Jonathan & Wendi Merrell
Jesse Moon, Landon, Kaydence, Sidney
Butch & Elaine Moore
Sean Lister (2017) 940-5063
Kirk & Sharon Smith, Kelsey Ann
Lillie Smith
Matt Smith, Kelly, Holly,
Hannah, Sara-Grace, & Mattie Yon
Katey Yon
Roy Smith
Al Snyder, Evelyn
Mike Spearman
Joshua & Jennifer Stamps, Joslyn Leigh, Juliana Lyn
Joann Staton
Ronald & Gayle Staton
JoAnn Stephens
Michael & Kerri Stone, Lillian, Lauren, Luke, Levi
Tim Strawn
Peggy Thrasher
BJ Sharp (2017) 226-3501
Charles Thrift
Jesse Tollison
Chris & Lisa Voss, Grace, Steven, Daniel
Dennis & Becky Walker, Maria, Daniel
Carl & Tammie Wells
Earl & Kimberly Wells, Jesse, Nicholas, Gage, Kira
Jimmy & Jane White
Matt & Taylor White
George Whitfield, Kimberly
Rex & Kim Whitehead
John & Teresa Whitfield
Sharon Whitlock, Kristina
Carolyn Whitworth
Bobbie Williams
James & Gloria Wright
Underlined names are new members from September 2014 to present.
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An Open Letter
So, you are in your late teens or early 20’s. Now what? You are making some of life’s major
decisions that will have long term impacts:
What career path will you take?
What friendships will you make?
Who will you marry?
Will I marry?
What about money?
The potential to make choices similar to your peers and follow the trends of our culture are
enormous. But, are these the best choices for you? Many of your peers will make choices
that lead to deepening debt, relationship issues, possible addiction issues and a generally unfulfilled life.
Your life can be different. Come fellowship and study God’s Word with us as we seek to
learn how to use Biblical principles to lay a solid foundation for the future. God’s plan is to
prosper you, not harm you, to give you a hope and a future. (Jer 29:11) But, the catch is,
you have to do it His way. See you Sundays at 5 pm.
Tim Danyels, Lead Teacher
NORTH ANDERSON BAPTIST CHURCH
You’ll find us to be a Christ-centered, friendly church
committed to reaching people and growing believers.
WATCHCARE MINISTRY
We offer a unique membership opportunity for college students. NABC will be your “home away from
home.” You are invited to Join our Watchcare Ministry. As a Watchcare member you will participate in
NABC as a full member, yet you maintain a permanent membership
in your home church.
Questions? Need Help?
Text…email…call…Anytime
NEXT GENERATION @ HOME
One Sunday each month we plan to meet in
a member’s home instead of at the church;
an opportunity to relax and enjoy a home
environment.
Tim & Nancy Danyels [email protected]
Tim – 864-934-2351
Nancy – 864-934-2382
Mike & Stephanie McCollum [email protected]
Mike– 864-376-8273
Stephanie– 864-376-8272
Matt & Robin George
[email protected]
Matt – 864-276-4087
Robin – 864-933-6256
Jerry & Judy Wilson
[email protected]
Jerry – 864-230-7722
Judy – 864-230-7766
Sunday at 9:15 am
COLLEGE & CAREER
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Matt & Robin George will lead studies.
Class meets upstairs behind the sanctuary.
Greeters will be glad to assist you.
Watch for Upcoming Events
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May 2015 Nursery & Health Team Schedule (5 week month)
NURSERY - 1st Sunday
Sunday 8:45 am
NURSERY - 3rd Sunday
Choir Practice
Sharon Whitlock *Vanessa Seaver
BJ & Aimee Sharp
Mary Ann Ball, Robin George
Latoya Brown
Sunday School:
10:15 am (B&T):
(2 - 4 yr olds):
Sunday 8:45 am
Sunday School:
10:15 am (B&T):
(2 yr olds)
(2 - 4 yr olds):
Choir Practice
____________________*Velma Martin
Bobbie Elrod *Velma Martin
Michael & Kerri Stone
Judy & Jerry Wilson
Youth Bible Drill, Bible
at 5 pm
Youth Bible Drill
at 6 pm
Youth Ministry
Service in the Sanctuary
at 6 pm
Health Team & Wednesday Night Nursery
Health Team & Wednesday Night Nursery
Health Team Matt & Robin George
1st Sunday
Health Team Robin George
1st Wednesday
1st Wednesday 6:40 pm:
Youth Ministry
Service in the Sanctuary
Nursery Pam Ehrlich
Health Team Tim & Nancy Danyels
3rd Sunday
3rd Wednesday 6:40 pm:
Sunday School:
10:15 am (B&T):
(2 - 4 yr olds):
Nursery
NURSERY - 4th Sunday
NURSERY - 2nd Sunday
Sunday 8:45 am
Health Team Pam Parker
3rd Wednesday
Choir Practice
Jo Ann Stephens *Taylor White
Pam Owens, Sharon Smith
Gene & Paula Holland
___________________________
Sunday 8:45 am
Sunday School:
10:15 am (B&T):
(2 - 4 yr olds):
Choir Practice
Cynthia Adams *Heather Covert
Sean & Elinor Lister
Jennifer & Josh Stamps
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Youth Bible Drill, Bible Drill & Bible Buddies
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Small Groups
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Health Team & Wednesday Night Nursery
Health Team & Wednesday Night Nursery
2nd Sunday
Health Team Aimee Sharp
4th Sunday
2nd Wednesday
Health Team Paul Ehrlich
4th Wednesday
2nd Wednesday 6:40 pm:
Nursery Judy Brown
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4th Wednesday 6:40 pm:
Nursery Kim Merck
5th Sunday
Sunday 8:45 am
Choir Practice
Sunday School:
10:15 am (B&T):
Stephanie McCollum *Jennifer Saxon
Carole Boyd, Judy Brown
*Jennifer Saxon
Lynda Rigsby, ___________________
(2 - 4 yr olds):
NO Evening Services
(start of summer schedule
through July 19th)
Health Team & Wednesday Night Nursery
5th Sunday
5th Wednesday
5th Wednesday 6:40 pm:
Health Team Aimee Sharp
Health Team
Nursery
North Anderson Baptist Church
2308 N Main St
Anderson, SC 29621
May Birthdays
Phone: 864-225-2575
Fax:
864-225-8785
Web site: www.northandersonbaptist.com
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Holly Smith
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Bob Glanowski,
Sharon Smith
Church Staff
Pastor ……….....……………..Bill Rigsby
[email protected]
6
Anita Donley
7
Chuck Kroll,
Case Ebernickle
8
Teresa Whitfield,
Anna Gilliland
Worship Leader..……......Steve Gibson
[email protected]
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Kylie Glenn
Minister of Deaf…………..Billy Sistrunk
[email protected]
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Jesse Tollison,
Jack Harris
Administrative Assistant…...Diana Beall
[email protected]
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Carolyn Bailey
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Bruce Byce,
Earl Wells
17
Caleb Morgan
18
Mike Merck,
Nick Canarina
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Maggie Lister
May
21
Aiden Covert
DEACONS
22
Ray Manley
24
Matthew Cooley
25
Linda Johnson
26
Gary Davis,
Zachary Durkee
Minister of Administration
& Education ...….……..Dennis Walker
[email protected]
Be sure to visit our new and improved web
page to see current photo’s, an audio of the
Sunday Morning messages, information on
our Deaf Ministry and to view the Sunday
message signed by an ASL interpreter.
www.northandersonbaptist.com
Sunday,
May 10th
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Don Johnson
10
Jerry Wilson
17
Bruce Brown
24
Rick Riendeau
27
Jennifer, Saxon
31
Josh Stamps
28
Don Johnson
30
Gladys Davis,
Carole Boyd,
Michael Applewhite,
Lisa Voss,
Matt Davis
GREETERS
January, May, September
Marti Compton, Cathy Freeman
February, June, October
Kathy Alexander, Amanda O’Dell
March, July, November
Lillie Smith, Bobbie Williams
April, August, December
JoAnn Stephens, Sybil Ethridge
Welcome Center During SS
Mandy Riendeau, Latoya Brown
Youth
Substitutes: Velma Martin & Carolyn Bailey.
If you can’t be here on your scheduled Sunday
please call Velma or Carolyn.
Prayer box for our Military
men and women:
Nicholas A. Lacour
Jeb Kramer
Tim Custer
Jesse Moon
Cliff Cribb
Don Riendeau
Wednesday, April 29th by 4 pm Saturday, May 16th –
Deadline to place or cancel your reservation for NABC Deaf Ministry
the 1st Wednesday Night Super on May 6th. To
Car Wash/Bake Sale Fundraiser
place or cancel a reservation, call or email the
10 am – 3 pm.
church office to leave a message at (225-2575)
Front parking lot at church.
or [email protected]
Sunday, May 17th –
Celebrate “Cinco De Mayo” with a fiesta night. Menu:
Deaf Ministry Worship Service, starting at
Taco’s, Taco Salad, Rice, Beans, toppings, Dessert &
Tea. Cost is $5 per person and a cap at $20 per family. 9:15 am in the upstairs choir room.
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Saturday, May 2nd –
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Congratulations to our
Message by Pastor Bill
Next Generation “College & Career”
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
Graduates from Anderson University
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
Sarah Eckert
“The Power of the Fullness of Christ in You”
Samantha Guest
Colossians 2:6-15
Anna Madden
at 6 pm in the sanctuary “Questions for the PasCarrie McManus
tor” and at 6 pm Youth Ministry
Corey Stevens
Wednesday, May 20th –
Chery Workman
Youth BBQ Fundraiser 5:30-6:30 pm
STARTING Sunday, May 3rd –
BBQ, baked beans, chips and dessert
The Flocks are BACK!!! Arriving at a home
Thursday, May 21st –
near YOU!!! See Hannah Morgan for more info.
DMA meets at 12 noon with a covered dish
lunch. Last meeting for DMA until September.
Sunday, May 3rd –
Deaf Ministry Worship Service, starting at
Sunday, May 24th –
9:15 am in the upstairs choir room.
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Message by Pastor Bill
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
Recognition of Senior Adult of the Year
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
Message by Pastor Bill
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
“Let the World be Dead to You”
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
Colossians 2:16-23
“Making Known His Glorious Riches”
at 6 pm in the sanctuary “Questions for the
Colossians 1:24-29
Pastor” and at 6 pm Youth Ministry
Church-Wide “PotLuck Lunch” following the
Monday, May 25th –
morning worship service
Memorial Day
at 6 pm in the sanctuary “Questions for the Pastor” and at 6 pm Youth Ministry
2015
Wednesday, May 6th –
1st Wednesday Night Supper “Cinco De Mayo”
with Tacos, Taco Salad, Beans, Rice, Toppings,
Dessert and Tea – 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Sunday, May 10th –
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
 Mother’s Day
Message by Pastor Bill
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
“To Know the Mystery of God”
Colossians 2:1-5
No Evening Services
Friday, May 15th –
Knitting and crocheting group will meet at Mary
Simmons house at 10 am til?
Church Office will be closed Monday, May 24th
Wednesday, May 27th by 4 pm –
Deadline to place/cancel reservations for 1st
Wednesday Supper June 3rd
to beach songs, have a light lunch and play
bingo. Watch for more information in your
June Newsletter.
Ham & Beans, Greens, Rice, Cornbread & Dessert
Sunday, June 14th –
Deaf Ministry Worship Service, starting at
Friday, May 29th –
9:15 am in the choir room ups stairs.
God’s Gifted Hands Ministry meets from 10 am
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
– 12 noon.
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Message by Pastor Bill
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Saturday, May 30 –
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
Women’s Ministry Team Meeting at Panera
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
Bread
“Christ is Supreme – Serve Him”
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Sunday, May 31 –
Colossians 3:18-25, 4:1
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
NO Evening Services
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Sunday, June 21st –
Message by Pastor Bill
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ” Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
“Your Hidden Life in Christ”
Message by Tim Danyels
Colossians 3:1-11
Music by Jenkins Holler
NO Evening Services ( through July 19th)
NO Evening Services
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Congratulations to Pastor Bill & Lynda
on their 24th Anniversary here at
North Anderson Baptist in June.
Thank you
for all that you do for the Kingdom of
God, and bringing God’s message to us
and helping us daily to grow stronger
in His word.
Sunday, June 7th –
Deaf Ministry Worship Service, starting at
9:15 am in the gym with a covered dish
lunch fellowship afterwards.
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Message by Pastor Bill
Sunday, June 28th –
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Message by Pastor Bill
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
“Exercise Prayer & Grace” Colossians 4:2-6
NO Evening Services
Sunday, July 5th –
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Message by Pastor Bill
“Celebrate the America God Established”
NO Evening Services
Sunday, July 12th –
Sunday School/Bible Study at 9:15 am
Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of Christ”
Message by Pastor Bill
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
“Characteristics of God’s Chosen People” Series: “Colossians - The All Sufficiency of
Christ”
Colossians 3:12-17
(For His Church and for you as an individual)
NO Evening Services
“Getting Personal” Colossians 4:7-18
Saturday, June 13th –
NO Evening Services
Senior Adult Beach Blanket Bingo
11 am – 2 pm
Sunday, July 26 th —
Serving a light lunch and playing Bingo.
Wednesday, July 29th
This will be a free event for ALL Senior’s, not
just ladies. It’s a beach theme so be sure to
V.B.S.
wear flip flops and beach clothes. Come listen
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