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June 5: Graduate Sunday

Today is graduate Sunday. Scholarships will be awarded during the service.

Dr. Steve Ayers will deliver the sermon “Life Changes You” with scriptures from Galatians 1:11-24 and Psalm 30.

Missed Directory Pictures?

If you were unable to get your picture made for the directory and would like for your picture to be included, please see Ronald Hartsell after worship today. Pictures will be taken in the Bride’s Room.

J.O.Y. Club meeting

The J.O.Y. Club will meet on Thursday, June 9, at 11 a.m. Wanda Ritchie will present a program on the history of McGill Baptist Church. The church was organized on June 22, 1902.

Arkansas Mission Trip

The youth will go to Arkansas in July. The following are items that are needed: beach towels, bags with handles and sunscreen spray 30 or higher. The youth will meet today at 6 p.m. to review crafts for the week in Arkansas.

Exercise Class

Wednesday’s exercise class will conclude for the summer on June 8.

May 15: Youth Sunday

The McGill Youth are leading the service today.

Scripture Reading: John 8:2-11 Madison Schmitt

Children’s Time: Use-less to use-ful Natalie Gillan & Turner Zsambeky

 Proclaimer: Summer Fitch

 “Grandma’s Gift”

 Song: Praise His Holy Name

 Offering

 Offertory: Sweet Hour of prayer

Youth Handbells

Proclaimer: Eric Wojick

Song: If We’re Honest  by Francesca Battistelli

Haylee Frazier

Proclaimer: Brianna Hanson

Reflections on Faith and Grace

Proclaimer: Ben Haywood

“Grce Wins” by Matthew West

Hymn #329: Grace that is Greater

Benediction

Music appreciation service

Music Appreciation is next tonight, Sunday, May 15, at 6 p.m. Please bring your favorite strawberry dessert.

McGill Pictorial Directory Photos

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Sign up today for the pictorial directory. You may go online to sign up. If you would like to be a greeter on photography days, June 1-4, please see Tanya Barnes or call or text her at 704-956-6736 or at home at 704-279-0121.

Here is the link for setting appointments:

https://www.securedata-trans14.com/ap/mcgillbaptistchurch/index.php?page=10

McGill this week

Scholarships deadline

Scholarship applications are available outside of Paul’s office or online. There is a box there also to collect your completed applications. Deadline to return them is May 15. Graduate Sunday will be on June 5.

The application form is available here:

Scholarship application&letter2016

Creeper Trail trip

May 21 the youth will go to the Virginia Creeper Trail. Cost is $14 if you have a bike and $25 if you rent a bike. The deadline to sign up is today. See Paul with questions.

The Church Mouse

The “Church Mouse” luncheon is next Sunday, May 22, at noon.

J.O.Y. Club fellowship

The J.O.Y. Club, and anyone else who is interested, is invited to the home of Steve and Robin Harrill on Thursday May 26 to enjoy a time of fellowship. The church bus will leave the church at 11 a.m. If you would rather drive the Harrill’s address is 625 Mitchell Avenue in Salisbury. The phone number is 704-213-6568.

Financial seminar

You are invited to a dinner seminar, “Financial Challenges that Matter Most”, with Scott Smith of the NC Financial Group on Tuesday, May 31, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the fellowship area. No cost, no obligation. Sign up with Chris Harbin (980-229-3693) so we will know how many meals to prepare.

Wednesday exercise

Wednesday’s exercise class will conclude for the summer on June 8.

Piedmont Choral Society Concert

The Piedmont Choral Society will present its free spring concert, with orchestra today at 3 pm at Forest Hill United Methodist Church, 265 Union Street North in Concord. A reception will follow. All are invited.

July 12: Whose House?


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Dr. Steve Ayers will deliver the sermon “Whose House?” at the 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. services Sunday at McGill. The Old Testament scripture comes from Amos 7:7-15.

Caleb Pace will perform the solo “Be Thou My Vision” accompanied by his mother on the piano, the Rev. Jackie Pace.

Maria Arrowood will lead the children’s time. If you can’t join us in person, our services will be streamed and recorded in the window above.

Deacon of the Week

Harold Wright is the deacon of the week. He will read the New Testament lesson from Ephesians 1:3-14 and lead the morning prayer during the 10:45 a.m.

On a mission in Helena-West Helena, Arkansas

Here is the group just before leaving Friday
Here is the group just before leaving Friday

The Rev. Paul Haywood, chaperones, and the McGill Youth will help operate a Bible school and camp this week in Helena-West Helena, Arkansas. The group will be coming back to Concord next Saturday, July 18. Please be prayful for their efforts and their safe return. We look forward to hearing all their stories when they return.

Soles for Souls

“Soles for Souls” is a CommUNITY Back to School Shoe Distribution project. Partnering with Samaritan’s Feet, the event will be held on Saturday, August 15 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Marvin Caldwell Park. Registration forms at available at church.  See Dr. Winfry Whicker if you have questions.

Chrismon Class

Please speak with Joyce Kluttz or Wanda Ritchie if you are interested in a Chrismon Class at Rufty’s Chrismon Shop in Salisbury. All the Chrismons on our tree at Christmas have been made by our members.

Vacation Bible School coming soon

Vacation Bible School is July 19-23. The theme is Weird Animals-Where Jesus’ Love is One of a Kind! Volunteers are needed to guide the children from one activity to another. A hot dog supper will be at 6 p.m. on July 23. Clear, clean 2 liter bottles are needed.

July 5: Home Troubles

“Home Troubles” is this week’s sermon by Dr. Steve Ayers at both the 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. services. The new testament scripture comes from Mark 6:1-13.

The Sanctuary Choir, under the direction of the Rev. Steve Harrill, will perform the morning anthem, “Without Love, It Will All Pass Away'”

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Deacon of the Week

The Rev. Jackie Pace is the deacon of the week. She will read the Old Testament lesson from Psalm 48 and lead the morning prayer during the 10:45 service.

Arkansas Mission needs

The youth need 30 SPF spray sun screen for their Arkansas Mission Trip.  Please keep the group in your prayers. They will leave Friday, July 10th and return the Saturday, July 18th.

Just Older Youth Club (J.O.Y.) meeting

The J.O.Y. Club will meet on Thursday, July 9, at 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Alan Buckner.

‘Soles for Souls’ shoe project

“Soles for Souls” is a CommUNITY Back to School Shoe Distribution project. Partnering with Samaritan’s Feet the event will be held on Saturday, July 15 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Marvin Caldwell Park.  A sign up sheet is available in the lobby. Please see Dr. Winfrey Whicker with questions.

Chrismon making class

Please speak with Joyce Kluttz or Wanda Ritchie if you are interested in a Chrismon Class at Rufty’s Chrismon Shop in Salisbury. All the Chrismons on our tree at Christmas have been made by our members.

Vacation Bible School

Vaction Bible Sschool is July 19-23. The theme is “Weird Animals-Where Jesus’ Love is One of a Kind!” Volunteers are needed to guide the children from one activity to another. A hot dog supper will be at 6 p.m. on July 23. Clear, clean 2 liter bottles are needed.

Charlotte 49ers concessions

Please see Jaime Poe if you can help with the fall season of football concessions at UNCC.

Barbecue and Brunswick stew available

See Bruce Arrowood if you would like to purchase BBQ or Brunswick Stew.

The Yard Sale is coming

The McGill Yard Sale is September 19.

Youth Passport trip a big success

The McGill Youth returned from Greensboro College late this week after a full-filled and meaninful week at Passport Camp. The Rev. Paul Haywood led our group.

The McGill Youth at Passport at Greensboro College
The McGill Youth at Passport at Greensboro College

Click the photo above to see several photos from the trip on the McGill Facebook page.

Worship services Sundays at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m.

McGill is located at 5300 Poplar Tent Road, Concord, N.C. It is at the corner George Liles Parkway and just off Exit 54 of I-85.