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• Mary Beth Dorgan delivered the message on “Love.” Sunday evening was fellowship time. Kala Brown and Amanda Smith set up an amazing spread of appetizers and chocolate desserts. For more information call 859-394-2586.
• Feb. 19 - Blaine Bowman and His Good Time Band at 11 a.m.
• The Apostle Paul did all he could to promote unity in the church. In his first letter to the Christians at Corinth, Paul encouraged them to continue in the service of the Lord. Sometimes this took the form of corrective action. Paul wanted them to each use their individual abilities to further the Lord’s kingdom by building each other up in their service. Christians are to continue to encourage each other today and do all they can to promote unity.
Dry Ridge Baptist
• Feb. 19 - Family Night at 6 p.m.
• Feb. 21 - The Day Baptist Women at 11a.m. at the church.
• Feb. 24 - The youth will go snow tubing. They will leave the church at 6 p.m. The cost for the tubing is $25 plus money for food is also needed.
Dry Ridge Christian
• Feb. 22 - Ash Wednesday service at 7 p.m.
Feb. 25 - Community dinner. The meal will be served from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
• Feb. 26 - “Living the Simple Life” to be offered at 5 p.m. on Sundays, which will help us learn how to apply traditional Lenten practices to live a more simple “Christian” life. These classes will continue through Lent. For more information contact Pastor Bob Silvanik at 859-351-9585.
Feb. 27 - Monday Morning Café featuring Bible study and sharing in the manner of the first century house churches at 10:30 a.m..
Dry Ridge Presbyterian
• Feb. 19 –10 a.m. Bible Study of the Psalms, and for 11 a.m. worship. The sermon will be “The Transfiguration of the Lord” based on Mark 9:2-9. The Lord’s Supper will be celebrated.
Watch for the Lenten calendar of events and for information at www.dryridgepresbyterian.com.
• The Elder of the Month is Donna Miles (859-824-5622.)
Family Worship Center
• Feb. 29 - N.O.W. - a “Night of Worship” at 7 p.m.
• March 2 - Joining together with some of the church’s neighbors, URGENCY Youth will be spending the night at Sports of All Sorts. There will be unlimited bowling, volleyball, basketball and a myriad of other games and fun-stuff from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. $20 per person will pay for some pizza and for unlimited soda. Concessions and arcade will be available for purchase.
• March 9 - Jen Tringale at 7 p.m. Jen ministers with a specific anointing to bring clarity and focus to the purpose of God in people’s hearts.
• Brother David used Valentines Day as a reminder that it is not the world’s love potion but the Word’s love promises that make a marriage. Christians must speak up against the epidemic of sexual sins and divorce within the church. Before people begin to complain about their “hand”; they should remember they got that hand because it was their deal. Once you’ve got the cards, it’s your responsibility to “deal with your hand” according to the Word of God.
All messages can be read on firstloveky.org.
• There will be those that once the trumpet blows they will say I wish I would have done it right instead of putting off living right until tomorrow. They will be saying, “I waited one day too late.” Remember that no one is promised tomorrow and have to have a made up mind to live for God with all a person has. Don’t be just another statistic and end up saying you waited one day too late.
• Feb. 24-25 - Knoxville Baptist is hosting a free showing of the movie Courageous. Showtime both nights is at 6:30 p.m.. On-site childcare, activities and food will be provided for all children 12 and under. Visit www.KnoxvilleBaptist.org or call 859-823-4441 for more information.
Lystra Church of Christ
• Bro. Josh Grooms preached from Numbers Chapter 21. Have faith and trust in God. Stay focused on God and always look to Him so we can have eternal life.
Sundays - Sunday School 10 a.m. and Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Mt. Carmel Baptist
• Bro. Rick’s sermon was titled “ Love or Infatuation” (Ephesians 5:1-2.)
• The current sermon series as well as archived sermons are available. If you missed a service or would like to hear a message again go to www.themcbc.com.
• The Kentucky Disaster Relief and the WMU are partnering up together asking for blanket’s for children involved in disasters. For more information visit email@example.com
Mt. Olivet Christian
• Feb. 17 - Ladies, if you are interested in saving money at the grocery story, then be sure to attend the next ladies gathering at 6:30 p.m. The ladies are gathering at the church to share all of their coupon tricks. See Jenny Mann for details.
• Feb. 18 - MOCC is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a banquet at the Grant County Extension Office at 6:30 p.m. Be sure to sign up on your attendance card and indicate your preference for steak, chicken or hot dogs.
• The Junior High Believe Conference is Feb. 24-25. See Danny if you are interested.
• Feb. 26 - Perfect North from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. See Angie for details.
Mt. Zion Baptist
• Bro. Paul Marksberry sermons “In Time of War” (I Peter 5:6-9) and “The Love God Had for Us” (John 11:1-2.)
• Deacon of the week Pete Spegal 428-3146.
• Happy Birthday today to Pete Spegal.
• Don’t forget Wednesday night prayer service and Team Kid at 6:30 p.m.
Oak Ridge Baptist
• Bro. Willie Ailstock is serving as the interim pastor. Sunday Morning’s message was taken from I Corinthians Chapter 3. Following was a special by Anna, two of the Oak Ridge Angels sang and read some scripture.
• Sunday School at 10 a.m. Church at 11 a.m., Sunday evening services at 6 p.m.
• Wednesday- Bible Study at 6 p.m. We have children’s church and puppets Sunday, Nursery is offered along with RA’s, GA’s, and Acteens at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. For more information contact Bro. David Wolfe at 859-824-4537.
• Senior Minister Gary Swick used the familiar passage John 3:16,17 as the text for his message at the Sunday morning services. There is only one God. There is only one Saviour. Only Jesus was qualified to die for our sins; only Jesus arose from the dead.
• The Ladies Book Study will meet at 9 a.m. each Wednesday morning. They are studying the book “Having a Mary Spirit: Allowing God to Change Us From Inside Out.”
• Committees have been selected and assigned tasks and are beginning work on ways in which the congregation can reach out to the community.
Williamstown United Methodist
• Feb. 16 – UMW at 6 p.m. in the Chipman Building.
• Feb. 19 - Sunday School at 10 a.m. for every age. Preschool through 12 grade and four different adult classes are available as well. Visit the website for more information.
• Worship Service at 11 a.m. If you are unable to attend church one Sunday, visit our website at www.williamstownumc.com and watch the services live or click on the below icon.
• Administrative Council Meeting immediately following worship.
• Financial Peace University Preview immediately following worship (this will only last roughly 15 minutes.) The actual class has been pushed back and will start March 1. If you are interested, plan on attending the preview session to sign up.