October 13: Update

Check out the photos from today’s breakfast with the Thedes, missionaries to Haiti. And see recent photos of this year’s harvest in the Community Garden. We harvested 69 bushels of potatoes (3600 pounds!). God has been very good to us! Have you shared some of this produce with a neighbor and invited them to church?

Join us for our Fall series: If the Christian life was a fishing trip in a Guide Boat, you would want a full stringer, right? If you have ever wondered what you would need to do to win the fishing tourney, then wonder no longer. We are exploring each of the ten fish we need to land together from the Brookie Trout to the Largemouth Bass. Invite your friends on Sunday mornings at 11:00 to hear the series on catching all ten of the best fish in Long Lake!

Guide Boat Saturday nights now at 6:00 PM following the 5:00 PM Potato Night Dinner — join us for lessons on marriage and parenting.

Wesleyan Youth (grades 7-12) meet following the music. The King’s Kids (elementary age) also meet during this time.

New Women’s Bible study has started. See Amy Gocke or Joyce Bozak for details.

Come to Prayer meetings on Wednesday nights at 6:00 PM at the church as we explore the topic of “Spiritual Warfare” in the Bible.

Halloween – plan trunk candy giving in our church parking lot for Halloween. This is a tremendous outreach opportunity!

Thanksgiving – our Community Thanksgiving Dinner is planned for November 17th. Please plan to join us!

Manwarings, missionaries to South Africa, send this update: “Greetings from beautiful upstate New York, Hope this finds all well in your world :).  Jerry and I are so enjoying time with our family, plus received warm welcome from churches that we have had the opportunity to visit. What a blessing, God is so good. Attached you will find the Manwaring 2012 Prayer Calendar. Your prayers are so appreciated, they keep us going.  Praise and prayer: Zambia: Dr. Alfred Kalembo, National Superintendent Pilgrim Wesleyan Church was elected President of the Council of Churches of Zambia. The council is comprised of 22 denominations. Brother Alfred writes “Please pray that God helps me provide effective leadership to the body of Christ in Zambia.” Cameroon: Rev. David Kajila, writes “May you pray for me. I was given a place on Youth Radio to preach the gospel three times per week. Sauver pour Servin!” God is using our leaders in a mighty way, please keep them in your prayers. Travel: Please pray for Jerry and I as we return to South Africa on November 15. Joyfully Serving Jesus, Jody & Jerry M “May God bless you and keep you and may HIS face shine upon you…” Numbers 6:24.”