Monthly Archives: October 2018

Liberating Love

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The Rev. Jackie Pace, a member of McGill, delivers the sermon today with scriptures from Job 42:1-6, 10-17 and  Mark 10:46-52. Erin Curie is the deacon of the week. She will read the Old Testament scripture and have the morning prayer.

2019 Budget discussion

On Sunday, November 11, at 6 p.m., you are asked to attend a meeting to discuss the 2019 budget. On November 18, at both worship services, the budget will be voted on without discussion.

Hurricane relief

If you would like to donate to help those who are affected by the hurricanes, you may do so by noting on your offering envelope or check “CBF Hurricane Relief”.

Operation Christmas Child

Shoeboxes are available in the lobby for Operation Christmas Child. They need to be returned to the church by November 11.

Collecting warm coats and clothing

We are collecting new or gently used coats for boys and girls from preschool to elementary school ages. Sizes most needed are 6, 7, 8 for boys and girls. Also needed is new socks and underwear. There is a box in the lobby to collect your gifts.

Marys & Marthas project

The M & M (Marys and Marthas) are collecting $10 Wal-Mart gift cards. Please leave them in the basket in the library. On November 4 they will meet and do church “mouse” notes.

Charlotte 49ers basket concessions

Call Jaime Poe at 919-665-7930 or jkt1128@gmail.com if you can help with UNCC concessions this season. A schedule is posted in the WAY.

Race Together

Race Together is an engaging and informative 6-week community series for those that would like to discover more on the topic of race in the U.S. Classes will be here on Sunday afternoons from 3-5 through November 11.

Dementia education conference

Remembering Kay, a dementia education conference, will be at McGill on November 1. Dr. Ayers will speak at the conference. Go to http://www.rememberingkay.com to register.

Life Line Screening

Life Line Screening will be at McGill on November 13. To make an appointment call 888-653-6450 or go online at www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.com

Everyone had a great time at Friday’s Fall Festival at McGill.

Not to be served but to serve

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Dr. Steve Ayers delivers the sermon today, Sunday, Oct. 21, with scriptures from Psalm 104:1-9, 24, 35c and Mark 10:35-45. Jason Ball is the deacon of the week. He will read the Old Testament scripture and have the morning prayer.

Hurricane relief

If you would like to donate to help those who are affected by the hurricanes, you may do so by noting on your offering envelope or check “CBF Hurricane Relief”.

Fall Festival

The Fall Festival is on October 26 from 6-8 p.m. Please bring wrapped candy for prizes. There will be face painting, cake walks, raffle baskets, photo booth, games and prizes and lots of candy.

Children’s coat drive

We are collecting gently used or new coats for boys and girls from preschool to elementary school. Sizes most needed are 6, 7, 8 for boys and girls. Also needed is new socks and underwear. There is a box in the lobby to collect your gifts.

Charlotte 49ers concessions help needed

Call Jaime Poe at 919-665-7930 or jkt1128@gmail.com if you can help with UNCC concessions this season. A schedule will be posted in the WAY this week.

Race Together program

Race Together is an engaging and informative 6-week community series for those that would like to discover more on the topic of race in the U.S. Classes will be here on Sunday afternoons from 3-5 through November 11.

Dementia education conference

Remembering Kay, a dementia education conference, will be at McGill on November 1. Dr. Ayers will speak at the conference. Go to http://www.rememberingkay.com to register.

Life Line screening

Life Line Screening will be at McGill on November 13. To make an appointment call 888-653-6450 or go online at www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.com.

What holds us back?

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Dr. Steve Ayers delivers the sermon today, Sunday, Oct. 14, with scriptures from Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 and Mark 10:17-31. Mandy Ashley is the deacon of the week. She will read the Old Testament scripture and have the morning prayer.

Meet your deacon

Pick up your church directory today and meet your deacon.

Hurricane relief

If you would like to donate to help those who are affected by Hurricane Florence, you may do so by noting on your offering envelope or check “CBF Hurricane Florence Relief”.

CROP Walk today

The 2018 CROP Walk is today at 2 p.m. at Kimball Lutheran Church.  See Donna Duncan if you’d like to walk or if you’d like to sponsor a walker.

Fall Festival coming soon

The Fall Festival is on October 26 from 6-8 p.m. Please bring wrapped candy for prizes. There will be face painting, cake walks, raffle baskets, photo booth, games and prizes and lots of candy.

Nursery volunteers needed

Volunteers are needed for the nursery during the Early Service. Please call or text Jordan Plemmons if you can help at 704-706-4222 or email jplemm1118@gmail.com.

Warm coats drive

We are collecting gently used or new coats for boys and girls from preschool to elementary school. Sizes most needed are 6, 7, 8 for boys and girls. Also needed is new socks and underwear. There is a box in the lobby.

Charlotte 49ers concessions

It is only 3 weeks until the UNCC basketball concession program begins. Look for a complete list in the WAY next week. Call Jaime Poe at 919-665-7930 or jkt1128@gmail.com.

Race Together

Race Together is an engaging and informative 6-week community series for those that would like to discover more on the topic of race in the U.S. Classes will be here on Sunday afternoons from 3-5 through November 11.

Dementia education conference

Remembering Kay, a dementia education conference, will be at McGill on November 1. Dr. Ayers will speak at the conference. Go to http://www.rememberingkay.com to register.

Lifeline screening

Life Line Screening will be at McGill on November 13. To make an appointment call 888-653-6450 or go online at www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.com.

At the Table

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Dr. Steve Ayers delivers the sermon today, Sunday, Oct. 7, with scriptures fromHebrews 1:1-4, 2:5-12 and Psalm 8. Maria Arrowood is the deacon of the week. She will read the Old Testament scripture and have the morning prayer.

Deacons meeting today

The Deacons will have their regular monthly meeting today, Sunday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m.

Help hurricane victims

If you would like to donate to help those who are affected by Hurricane Florence, you may do so by noting on your offering envelope or check “CBF Hurricane Florence Relief”.

Bridges Out of Poverty

The last class of Bridges Out of Poverty, a workshop that will offer insight into the world of people in poverty, is Thursday, Oct. 11, 6:30-8 p.m.

Nursery volunteers needed

The nursery during the Early Service needs more volunteers.  Specifically, for the 2nd Sundays of the even months, 1st Sunday of odd months, and possible alternates if people can’t do their week.  Please contact Jordan Plemmons if you’d be willing to fill those spots or want to be an alternate.  Call / text 704-706-4222 or email jplemm1118@gmail.com.

Old Fashioned Hymn Sing

An Old Fashioned Hymn Sing by the Piedmont Choral Society is today, Sunday, Oct. 7, at 3 pm at Forest Hill Methodist Church. Bring a canned good for CCM.

Mammography clinic

The Mobile Mammography Coach will be at McGill on Tuesday, Oct. 9, from 8:30 until 3:30.  An appointment is required so please call 704-403-1729 to schedule. Financial assistance is available. Please have your physicians first and last name when you make an appointment.

CROP Walk

The 2018 CROP Walk is on October 14 at 2 p.m. at Kimball Lutheran Church.  See Donna Duncan if you’d like a packet or if you’d like to sponsor a walker. You can also go online and make a contribution.

Fall Festival

The Fall Festival is on Oct. 26. Please bring wrapped candy for prizes.

 

Race Together

Race Together is an engaging and informative 6 week community series for those that would like to discover more on the topic of race in the U.S. Classes will be here from October 7-November 11 from 3-5 pm