9:15 am: Prayer time - Prayer Room

9:30 am:  Fellowship Time - Fireside Room

9:45 am: Sunday School

11:00 am: The Church at Worship and Praise

4:00 pm: JoyBells (Children's Handbells)

4:45 pm: The Vine (Youth Choir/Handbells)

5:30 pm:Granite City Ringers/Youth Snack Supper

6:00 pm: Youth Time

Wednesday (Missions, dinner, and evening adult Bible study - will resume September 5th

5:15-6:00pm: Church Family Fellowship Meal (Reservations needed by noon each Tuesday)

6:00-7:00 pm: Bible Study for Adults, Fellowship Hall (Nursery provided for birth - age 2)

6:00-6:30 pm: Music and Mission Time for ages 3-5; Children's Choir for K-2nd graders; Mission Kids for   3rd - 5th graders

6:30-7:00 pm: Music and Mission Time for ages 3-5; Mission Kids for K-2nd graders; Children's Choir for 3rd-5th graders

7:15 pm: Chancel Choir Rehearsal


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Woman's Missionary Union (WMU) in our church was organized in 1887. Its purpose has always been to teach missions, to engage in mission activities, and to support missions through prayer, money, and gifts. The WMU Leadership Team meets quarterly to plan and coordinate activities.

Missions activities for young people are under the WMU umbrella. The following organizations meet at the church on Wednesday afternoons or evenings:

5:30 P.M. Mission Friends (ages 3-5)

6:30 P.M. Mission Kids (ages 6-12)

Ladies' mission groups meet either monthly or quarterly. All the groups participate in planned WMU activities, like sponsoring the annual churchwide Harvest for Hunger food drive in the fall for hungry people, hosting an annual soup and sandwich luncheon for county and city emergency workers in appreciation for their service to the area, and preparing food bags each month to be distributed to needy people through Medical Ministries. WMU and Baptist Men organize a churchwide soup kitchen called Feeding Friends which operates every Thursday night 5:15 in the Fellowship Hall.

Each individual group studies about missions, prays for missions, and participates in missions activities which the group chooses. Every group welcomes visitors and new comers. We are always looking for the opportunity to begin a new group that would meet the interests and needs of a small group.



The women's mission groups, which are named for missionaries, include:

Jerry and Jo Meeks Mission Action Group

Meets 1st Tuesday at 10:30 in the small family dining room at Ridgecrest Retirement and Assisted Living Community. This group studies a program about missions and plans their monthly work. After the meeting, they eat lunch together.

Contact person: Jean Marquet

Jerome and Joanne Ethredge Bible Study Group

Meets 2nd Tuesday at 10:00 in members' homes. This group engages in Bible Study and praying. They have six members and feel there is always room for more.

Contact person: Hilda Brannock

Mary Rowe Mission Action Group

Meets 1st Sunday just after worship service for lunch and fellowship. Made up of ladies of diverse ages, they welcome women of all ages. They have a prayer time, a short mission study lesson, and a time to plan mission action projects. Their recent projects have been organizing the Children's Christmas Gift Workshop, visiting and/or writing to designated homebound members, ministering to college students through Exam Care Packages, and providing food bags once a month for Surry Medical Ministeries. They rely on email to communicate throughout the month, enjoy fellowship and serve as a support group to build relationships with each other.

Contact person: Barbara Blood

Ora A. Jackson Mission Study Group

Meets 2nd Tuesday at 10:30 in the small family dining room at Ridgecrest Retirement and Assisted Living Community. This group studies a mission program, prays for missionaries, and plans their monthly work. After the meeting, they eat lunch together.

Contact person: Edna Stanley

Oren and Nadine Bradley Mission Action Group

Meets quarterly (January, April, July, October) at 7:00 in members' homes. The main mission projects are organizing an annual Bloodmobile in May and serving every Tuesday night to assist in serving clients at the community Medical Ministries. They update charts, clean and do whatever is needed.

Contact person: Margaret Harmon

Robert and Betty Jo Hensley Mission Action Group

Meets 2nd Tuesday at 10:00 in members' homes or the WMU Room at the church. In addition to monthly meetings, this group visits shut-ins, contributes to worthy causes of the church and WMU, and encourages college students during exam time by prayer and gifts.

Contact person: Magdalene Comer

Newell-Wimbish Prayer Group

Meets 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 in members' homes. They visit Ridgecrest Retirement Center four times a year to lead singing of hymns, religious songs, favorite old songs, activity songs (She'll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain, etc.). They talk with the residents and sometimes take small items or cards for everyone. They participate in all mission action projects of the WMU. Meetings consist of prayer for missionaries on their birthdays, praise, and sharing of concerns. Members keep a list of praises and concerns from month to month.

Contact person: Nancy Belton

Last Published: June 30, 2011 10:06 AM

Sunday, August 26th at 11:00am: Blessing of the Backpacks 

Monday, August 27th 11:45am - 2:00 pm: August Fellowship Gathering

Wednesday, August 29th at 6:30pm: Church Committee Orientation in the Fellowship Hall

Saturday, September 8th:  Primetimers' Trip to Floyd, VA

Sunday, September 9th: Sunday School Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall

Sunday, September 9th:  Potluck Youth Kickoff at 5:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall

Saturday/Sunday September 15th and 16th: Youth Back to School Camping and Whitewater Rafting Adventure





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