Friday, May 20th 7:00 PM
The congregation is cordially invited to enjoy an entertaining evening of fun and familiar songs as our Bethany students present a musical tribute to “Disney through the Years”.
1. Volunteer Signup Poster is up on the back sanctuary window; please sign up today to help with teaching, counseling, art, music, food, etc.
2. Camp Applications for campers, counselors and staff are also available on the table under the office window. Please return with payment as soon as possible to assure your spot!
DEADLINE JUNE 25th but camp often fills up before then so don’t delay!
The following PREVIEW has been approved for
A man helped build a church and is
declared to be worthy of God's love.
If that's true, what about you?
Join us Sunday 8:15 or 11:00 as we look at Luke 7:1-10,
worthiness, and grace.
Join us on the following dates at 7:00 PM: May: 12th, 19th, 26th. We will examine the book of Acts. Ask Pastor Locklair for the next study guide.
Our book club continues with Frankenstein.
Wait! If you've only seen movies or cartoons; brides of Frankenstein, young Frankensteins, and sons of Frankenstein, you don't know the real story. It isn't as gruesome and gory and corny as you've been led to believe.
Doctor Frankenstein confronts the finality of death. Can modern technology help him? Where should ethics draw the line between what we should do and what we could do with life and technology? In the end, what is man capable of making and what are his limitations?
If you've never read the book before (or even if you have), read it this fall and join us for our discussion. As we get closer to our date I'll be posting news articles, snippets from medical/technological advances, and Scripture references to add to our discussion.
You can find the book almost anywhere; libraries, bookstores, online, etc. It is widely available through apps for phones and tablets (the free versions are the same text as the others).