We are pleased to welcome our new pastoral team of Brandy and Paul Liepelt who were installed during our worship service this morning.
"Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it" - 1 Corinthians 12:27
Included in this tree are the names of over 300 people currently connected to Annville COB. If you've attended ACOB within the last few years, your name is almost certainly on it.
120 pieces of music, probably even more voices than that, one organ, one piano and a very joyful noise unto the lord!
Planting Instructions for the seed packets distributed on Easter Sunday
Select sunny location and plant in well drained soil during early spring or fall (recommended in mild climates). For best results, loosen soil with rake or hoe. Mix seeds with sand or other inert material and broadcast each gram of seed of 20-30 sq. ft. which is equivalent to 1oz per 500 sq. ft. Lightly rake seed into soil or cover with peat moss or similar light mulch. Keep soil moist until plant begins to grow.
Requires little care. Water only when necessary. For additional plants, divide perennial clumps in spring or fall after 2 or 3 years of flowering.
The deacons have begun a card ministry--please sign your name to the card(s) in the lobby and let someone know that we're thinking of them!
Know somebody that needs some encouragement? Pick out an envelope and card from the box in the lobby, address the envelope and leave the card on the table for everyone to sign.
Here's a close-up of the celery from our children's message today.
During the service today we texted and wrote over 100 things for which we are thankful at ACoB and some common themes emerged... Here's the final tag cloud from today. Thanks be to God for all of our blessings!
Gift tags will be on the Christmas Caregiving Tree on 11/29 for 50 men living at the Lebanon Rescue Mission. Some tags will have names of men in their long term program and other tags will be for those who are in their transitional program.
Select a tag from the Christmas tree. Remove the white tag, sign your name and place the tag in the box provided near the tree. You may give suggestions noted on the gift tag or whatever you wish to buy. Our suggested price range is $15 - $20 but all gifts will be appreciated. Again, if the name tags have gift suggestions given by the residents, it is your choice what you wish to give. Bring the gift with the tag attached by 12/13. This year we ask that you provide the gift bag since the size needed varies.