Ridgecrest hears ‘Unforeseen Love: Resurrection’
May 13, the message, “Diligence in the Word,” was presented by Larry Pittman. The sermon scriptures were from II Timothy 2:14-26. The Old Testament reading was from Deuteronomy 4:1-14.
June 3, the message,
“The Depths of Iniquity,” was presented by Pittman. The sermon scriptures were from II Timothy 3:1-9. The Old Testament reading was from Exodus 32:1-10; 225-26.
June 10, the message, “Unforeseen Love: Resurrection,” was presented by David Hubbs. The sermon scriptures were from I Corinthians 15:42-50. The Old Testament readings were from Job 14:14-22.
The family of John Stegall is having a celebration of life for him on June 23 at 11 a.m. They stated that we all knew he was not a formal or professional person, so they felt they wanted to remember the man that he was in a way he would appreciate.
Guests are asked to bring a lawn chair or folding chair to the gravesite and plan to share a story or memory of him or read a favorite scripture verse(s) if willing and would like to. No one is required to speak if they so chose.
Lunch will follow at the house, so bring that lawn chair on over so you’ll have a seat there as well.
The family asks that persons interested in attending contact them to inform them of how many will be coming so they will know how much food and drinks to provide.
To contact them, either text at 850-559-1384 or email at Pmeggs1546@aol.com.
The Stegall family feels this is what their father would have liked, not fancy, not formal, but just done in loving memory of John Stegall.
Prayer meeting is now on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to join in the fellowship hall.
June food challenge for the Stanly Community Christian Ministry is paper goods. They are also in need of soup, Beef-a-roni, Hamburger Helper, jelly, canned meats and oatmeal.
13 – Kyleigh Stamper; 19 – Charlie Isenhower;
June 17 – Father’s Day
June 23 – Celebration of life for John Stegall
Don Almond asks that we keep him in our prayers. Mr. Almond would welcome any and all visitors who would like to stop by and see him. Don has moved to Woodhaven, in room 100.
If anyone would like to send him a card his address is as follows: Don Almond, Woodhaven Court Room #100, 1930 Woodhaven Drive, Albemarle, NC 28001.
Serenity Fesperman, Judy Chappell, David Fesperman, Steve and Laura Troutman, Candi and Jeremy Reed, Wanda’s brother, Rozenna Tucker, Wanda Krimminger and Bob, Tammy’s mother, Charlene Wallace and son-in-law, Don Almond, Larry and Betty Mauney, Steve White, Roy and Lois Furr, Jeannette Troutman, Katie Fisher, Pauline Tucker, Charlie and Mary Isenhower.
Oak Grove UMC
Oak Grove United Methodist Church is at 32056 Herrin Grove Road, Mt. Pleasant.
Bridge to Recovery is collecting new or gently used bathing towels for their residents. Please consider helping by bringing a donation.
For Beau’s ordination process, he has to do a service project.
On the third Sunday of each month he would like to collect donations towards the purchase of books for each kindergartner at the end of the school year at Millingport Elementary to have to read for the summer. There are more than 30 kindergarten students.
The same is being done for Badin Elementary. Thank you for your help and support.
Warrior Jace bracelets are available in the sanctuary on the front pew. You can leave a donation or take one free of charge. Please continue to keep praying for Jace and his family.
The congregation is asked to bring in canned food, toiletries and other necessities every week to donate to those that need it most in our community.
Call Ellen Gaskins at 704-485-8177, leave a message or email yellow firstname.lastname@example.org.