November 2
3, 2014
             Sunday, November 30, 2014                 
Welcome        ----------------Jeff Jadwin
Song Leader-----------------Larry Dennis
Prayer----------------------George Drabik
Officiating--------------------Keith Shaner
Reading------------------------Jason Ware
Sermon-------------------------Keith Kress
Dismissal        ---------------Jim Strouse
At The Table
1.Brian Compston-----------Frank Howell
2.Steve Coe-----------------Gary Graham
3.Charles Clifford--------------Eric Wright
4.Gabe Hehr----------------------Bob Hale
5.Josh Loy---------------------Kent McGee
A.M. B. Jones/M. Lanning
P.M. J. Wright/M. Willey

Song Leader---------------------Paul Lowe
Prayer-----------------------------Roger Ditter
Reading-------------------------Gordon Brown
Sermon----------------------------Ben Lowe
Announcements----------------Jeff Jadwin
Dismissal--------------------------Tom Charles

At The Doors
A.M. Arch St.-------------------K. & S. McGee
A.M. Race St.--------------B. & C. Peterson
P.M. Race St.----------M. Tharp/M. Willey
Sunday Bible Class---------------------124
Sunday Morning Worship-------------197
Evening Worship -------------------------81
Wednesday Bible Class ---------------104
Ladies Thursday morning class meets
every Thursday at 10:00am in the
multipurpose room. They are studying
Zephaniah. All ladies are invited to attend.
 We are approaching the Holidays and the end of another year. What are you grateful for this year? The list
from person to person will be dramatically different. Some will be grateful for their health, their jobs, their family while
others will feel like they have nothing to be thankful for.
       The LORD has blessed each of us with different blessings. It could be the hardships we have endured during
the past year. It could be the loss of a love one, loss of a job, health issues, and the list can go on and on. Blessings
can be the birth of a new child, getting a new home, a new job, or being baptized.
       Norval Park has been blessed with the arrival of several babies this year, multiple baptisms, many opportunities
to help each other during trying times. No One can get through their life without family and especially Church Family.
We have lost several members this year but we know they have gone on to a much better place for eternity and our
lives are better because they were part of it.
       Be thankful to the LORD for what he gives each of us, good or bad. Each obstacle or opportunity is given to us
is done to help us grow closer to the LORD and each other.
       Show the LORD how grateful you are by getting more involved in the coming New Year!


Stepping Stones Dinner Auction is
scheduled for Friday, December 5 at
6:30pm in the mulitpurpose room.
Tickets are available from any Stepping
Stones member for $6.00
  Helping Hands have been delivering
afghans to new born babies at Bethesda
hospital.  We have gotten a very good
response to this service to our
community.  We are asking for the
congregations help by purchasing and
donating yarn for the afghans. Needed is:
Red Heart Super Saver (from Walmart)
Med #4, in pastel baby colors. There is a
basket in the foyer with a sample of the
yarn and cards with the information for you
to take. See Joyce Sprague with questions.
Stepping Stones have the following nuts for
Pecans, Walnuts, Mixed Nuts & Chocolate
Cashews for $10.00 per bag
Chocolate Raisins, Chocolate Peanuts &
Trail Mix $7.00

See Jessi Smith, Jackie Jadwin or any
Stepping Stones member for details.
  Please consider this week what you are truly thankful for.  It has often been said that true thanksgiving is only
shown by "thanks-living."  Some things for which to be thankful:
T - Tons of blessings God has bestowed upon me (Ezekiel 34:26)
H - Hands that fold in prayer because I can always talk to Him (Philippians 4:6)
A - Awesome power of God which works through my life (Ephesians 3:20)
N - Never-ending patience and love He has for me (2 Peter 3:9)
K - Kindness and forgiveness shown in my life (Titus 3:4)
S - Sweetest gift of love ever given (John 3:16-17)
G - Grace, without which I could never enjoy Heaven (Ephesians 2:4-9)
I - Instruction and enlightenment given by His Word (Ephesians 1:15-18)
V - Victory in Jesus my Savior (1 John 5:3-5)
I - I'll do my best to lead others to Him because of what He's done for me (Psalms 51:10-15)
N - Name I have been given because of Him - Christian (Acts 11:26)
G - Glorified body which I will receive when Christ returns (Philippians 3:20-21)
               HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!                        We love you all  -  Keith
Our open pantry has been very successful.
So far this year we have helped 95 families
with food. This past Monday, we assisted 16
families. With that said we need your help.
The pantry is running low again. I have
started a game of “Let’s Fill the Pantry” The
challenge will last until November 30. Let’s
be thankful for what we have and help those
who are in need.  Below is a list of items
needed. There are also lists for you in the
foyer.  Thanks, Donnie.
In October we started having a dinner for
the community. The next dinner is
December 6. See Joyce Sprague or
Donnie Watts if you would like to help.
Dale Mitchell of Eastern European Mission will be
speaking to us during the evening services today.
His wife, Donna will meet at 5:15pm with any of the
women of the congregation who are interested in
the possibility assisting with the Ladies’ Ministry for