The Gordonsville Herald
Volume XXXVIII, Issue 10 October 1, 2019
Lifesigns: 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 Stewardship Report
“Thrive Time” 13 20 21 17 Budget Needs through September 22: $ 169,784
Sunday Bible Study 66 70 53 53 Budget Gifts through September 22: $ 138,269
Worship 93 116 94 71 Budget Shortfall: $ 31,515
Offering $ 5,134 $ 3,181 $ 2,588 $ 2,509
Average Attendance: Sunday School 61 Worship (includes Thrive Time) 111
Motions passed at the September 11, 2019 Business Meeting:
- That the proceeds from the Fall Festival be distributed as follows:
- 50% GBC Benevolence Fund
- 25% to GBC Partnership Missions Fund
- 25% to Love Outreach Food Pantry (Orange)
- That the following be elected to serve as Messengers to the 2019 BGAV Meeting in Roanoke, VA, on
November 12-13: Wayne Collis and hold open for others who may volunteer to go.
- That the GBC newsletter (“The Gordonsville Herald”) cease being mailed out by bulk mail after the December, 2019 issue. The newsletter is currently on the website and printed copies will be available on the tables at all sanctuary entrances.
- That the Church Council review the Constitution and Bylaws by February, 2020, and then review every two (2) years. The Chairman of the Nominating Committee should also be included in the review process.
Please plan to attend the next Business Meeting on November 13 at 7:00 PM (Annual Budget Meeting)!
ALMA HUNT OFFERING FOR VIRGINIA MISSIONS
TOTAL TO DATE: $ 285.00
GOSHEN FALL MISSIONS CELEBRATION
Sunday, October 13 3-5 PM
Craigs Baptist Church
GOSHEN ANNUAL FALL MEETING
Tuesday, October 29 10 AM
Louisa Baptist Church
“FEED MY SHEEP”
Saturday, October 26 11 AM-NOON
CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—GORDONSVILLE
Menu: “Fall Favorites – Potluck”
SOUP & SANDWICH LUNCHEON FUNDRAISER
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2019
“FREE WILL DONATION”
FOLLOWING WORSHIP SERVICE IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL
All proceeds to benefit GBC Partnership Missions
YOUTH / CHILDREN UPDATE
“But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves” (James 1:22 NKJV)
THE YOUTH and YOUTH COMMITTEE are excited about their fall Sunday School Class and activities. WOW!! – another school year has begun!!! Our Youth Team consists of: David Navarre, Chairman, Tina Collis, Tyler Koneski and
Cheryl Ralls. If you have any questions about any of our ministries, please see any of the Youth Committee!
Don’t forget to join us on Sunday mornings for “Thrive Time Worship” at 8:30; Sunday School at 9:45 (the new study for Fall Youth SS is “Journey Into Powerful Prayer”. Traditional Worship at 11 AM.
- The Youth are currently planning to meet the 2nd and 3rd Sunday of each month following Worship (subject to change). They will be doing missions projects.
- The Youth will also be assisting with “Trunk or Treat” on THURSDAY, October 31.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY “WHEN GOD DOESN’T ANSWER” CONTINUES
Prayer/Bible Study @ 7:00
“Trunk or Treat” (Character Theme Optional – no scary)
Thursday, October 31, 2018 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Please let Lisa Yager or Ginger Garton know if you are willing to work in the following areas:
1 –– Car Trunks 2– Hands-On Assistance
Monetary donations and/or donations of individually wrapped candy (basket in Pastor
Wayne’s Sunday School Class) would be greatly appreciated! Also, donations are needed for Bible Story Books.
IT’S TIME FOR OUR 49TH ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL AND BRUNSWICK STEW
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019.
AS ALWAYS, WE CANNOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOUR HELP!
Brunswick Stew . . . We will be cooking the chickens outside the church in propane cookers. To ensure all chickens cook at about the same doneness, we would like to have them all be about the same size. We will be purchasing the chickens (approximately 110) this year. We are asking that you make a donation (please make check out to GBC Ways & Means) in the amount you would normally spend on chickens to defray this cost. We will
also need homemade pies and cakes to serve with our lunch.
Workers . . . Thursday, November 7, we will debone chickens beginning at approximately 10 AM. Friday, November 8, we will start peeling potatoes and onions at 9 AM. Bring your knife and a cutting board. We need lots of volunteers for both
of these tasks.
Bazaar . . . We need lots of handmade crafts, crocheting, jewelry, knitting, needlework, sewing, etc. Christmas tree ornaments are always a high selling item. We also need lots of homemade goodies, cakes, pies, bread, cookies, candy, pickles, jelly, jams, etc. Please let us know the selling price of your items. Please have all your items at the church as early in the week as possible, so we can judge how many tables, etc., that we need. No items will be accepted on the
day of the bazaar.
DUE TO LIMITED SPACE, WE WILL NOT HAVE A “WHITE ELEPHANT” ROOM THIS YEAR.
If you have any questions, please contact Tim Baker or Rene Hounshell or the church office (832-2075).