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Expectant Mothers: Maddie S., Rachel W., Alissa R., and Audra T.
Bryan G. as he continues to battle cancer. Please continue to pray for strength, comfort, and God’s mercy and glory.
Larry E., Linda M.’s brother-in-law, with Wegener’s Granulomatosis.
Roger I., friend of Robin L., has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
Karen E. is still working with her doctors on a treatment plan for lupus. Please pray for peace for Karen as she deals with this diagnosis and the decisions she needs to make in the days ahead.
Anna C., friend of the Stewarts, was hospitalized for a pulmonary embolism. She started having symptoms during radiation treatment for metastatic breast cancer. She also has a torn rotator cuff which is how the cancer was discovered.
Sheryll D., Karen E.’s cousin, has been in the ICU this past week with sepsis. She has been ill for several months and her health is fragile.
Evening Lecture begins tonight at 6:30 pm. Dr. David Barker will be giving a lecture on John Calvin entitled, “Calvin, the Enigma.”
Have a Missionary to Dinner: Robert and Joanne Tanzie, who serve in Spain, will be with us November 3-5. That allows time for some of the congregation to have them for a meal and to get to know them better. If you would like to have them for dinner Saturday evening, November 3, or for lunch on Monday, November 5, please contact Linda M.
The Security Committee is ready to begin the 3rd phase of its general preparedness plan to deal with possible violent attacks on our campus. This phase has to do with “Post event preparedness” organization and training. A medical preparedness subcommittee has been called for and Justin G. has been appointed as a designated convener. Any and all members of the congregation with medical training and background are requested and invited to help develop procedures, training, and material procurement to assist in preparing for recovery efforts. For further information, please see Justin G.
Blood Pressure Screening: We will offer free blood pressure screening Sunday, October 14, immediately after the worship service.
Volunteers Needed: The Deacons are looking for volunteers to help mulch the playground this Saturday, October 20th, beginning between 8:30 – 9:00 am. If possible, volunteers should bring anything helpful, such as a wheelbarrow, shovel, rake, pitch fork, etc.
Care Food Night – Monday, October 15 – TOMORROW! Our next opportunity to feed the homeless of Harford County will be tomorrow evening at Calvary Baptist Church. If you are able to help, please see Pam M.
WIC Save the Dates!
WIC Christmas Brunch: Save the date of December 1, 2018, for the annual Christmas Brunch. It will be held at NCPC from 11 am – 1 pm. More details will be announced as the event draws near.
WIC Spring Retreat: Save the date of May 4, 2019, for the annual spring retreat. Our guest speaker will be Sharon Betters. She will be speaking on “Will You Dance at Midnight?”