Thursday, October 12, 2006
Greenfield Presbyterian Church plans rainbow feast November 4
What is the point of our being? A question posed by many in their daily lives. However, Sunday’s lesson from both Sunday school and worship service allowed us to enter into thoughtful reflections. Mary Jo Leddy in her book “Radical Gratitude,” talks about how Christians can remember someone who lived the example of a life with meaning and purpose even in times of oppression. Thus, if we are to answer the question posed at the beginning, we should say Jesus is the point of our being.
Rev. George, our pastor, certainly had a wonderful word as he explained what could have been a difficult topic in today’s society. Mark 10:2-16 dealt with divorce, a topic that has touched the lives of family and friends known to all of us.
For those who were not in church at Greenfield Presbyterian Church Sunday morning, you missed a moving and electrifying message. Rev. George gave us food for thought.
We would also like to say “Thank You.” A big thank you to everyone who helped to make our Family and Friends Day program a big success. The singing was beautiful, the papers and sermonette were inspirational and the words of encouragement from family and friends lifted our spirits.
Speaking of family and friends, we are glad to hear that Bro. Henderson Milan is doing better and back home. We missed his calling and checking on us daily. We continue to pray for all the sick and shut-ins in our community and others in distress.
With the changing of the season, we find the need to change our wardrobes. Thus, if you are looking for something warm to wear, please visit the flea market Sat., from 8-4, at the VFW building in Holly Springs. In addition, on Sat., Nov. 4, at 4 p.m. Greenfield Presbyterian Church will hold a rainbow feast. You do not want to miss the wonderful food, which will include every color in the rainbow, along with some wild game.
If you are interested in being blessed and improving the income for both your church and yourself, meet us at Annie’s Restaurant for a dynamic presentation, Thurs., Oct. 12, 7 p.m. Call Lavora Blake at 252-1166 for more info.
Miller’s Court No. 301 and Waterford Lodge No. 450 will hold a banquet on Sat., Nov. 25, 7 p.m. at the Waterford Lodge building.
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