Bulletin for Sunday, December 3, 2017

Welcome to Worship

Today’s Sermon
Advent: Wonderful Counselor
Text: Luke 2: 39-52
Teaching Pastor: Todd Malone
Series: Advent: He Shall Be Called

This Week at Fellowship

This Week at Fellowship

Keep up with the weekly prayer prompts from Pastor Todd. http://bit.ly/MidWeekMoment

WILL YOU GIVE UP 1 GIFT?Give 1 Gift and Light Up Christmas at South Ward
What is “Give Up 1 Gift” all about? We have accepted the challenge to give up one of our own Christmas gifts in order to “Light Up Christmas” at South Ward Elementary School. We have two Sundays left to reach our goal.

Please visit the 5 Christmas trees in the foyer – you’ll see that they are empty and unlighted. For $5, you can purchase an ornament that represents one gift for one child. When there are enough ornaments for all the students in that grade, we will light up that tree. Our goal is to give each child at South Ward a present from their friends at Fellowship. Thank you for helping us share the joy of Christmas.

Come join us for lunch as we hear Steve Harding tell us about the ministry in Kenya as well as the challenges they are facing in getting to the field. We will meet in Room 201 in the Office Building after the morning service. Food is provided by the Mission Committee.


Today | First Sunday of Advent
Saturday, December 9, 5:00pm | Christmas Program Cookie Fellowship will follow program | Bring your favorite cookies to share

Sunday December 17 | Christmas Breakfast
9:00am No Nursery or Kids’ classes | Bring Christmas breakfast foods to share  10:30am Worship Service Regular 10:30 Kids’ classes and Nursery

Sunday, December 24
No 9:00am classes | 10:30am Christmas Eve Worship Service | Nursery up to 23 months | all other kids in the kid friendly service

Sunday, December 31
No 9:00am classes | 10:30am classes for Nursery, Preschool, 123Church | 10:30am Worship Service

Financials through 9/30/2017

Offerings Received       $1,013,866
Expenses Paid               $1,107,263
Savings Used                 $    93,397
FBC continues to have no external debt