Sunday, February 16, 2020

Family Meal Wednesday
Served: 4:45-5:45PM | Suggested Donation is $3/person or $10/family
Sign Up by Monday: Ramp Bulletin Board, in SBS class or call the office
Menu: Chicken Stir Fry, Applesauce & the desserts you bring. Desserts are on a donation basis; feel free to share a dessert any time.
Special Needs: If you know of a shut-in or elderly person you would like to deliver a meal to, please sign them up and indicate “Shut-In”. Meals for special needs are free of charge.
See You Later, Pastor Dave & Ginny! We’ll miss our dear friends as they move to Avon, NY (near Rochester) and want to send them off in grand fashion! Everyone is invited to the Farewell Open House: Next Sunday @ 3pm in the gym – There will be a card and gift card tree to bless them on their journey. Dessert donations greatly appreciated!! Want to help them move? Contact Patty Miller!
March 6: Load Moving Trucks
March 7: Final Cleaning of House
Volunteers Needed for Lenten Tea FBC will be hosting a Lenten Tea on Wed, March 4th at 1:30pm. If you are interested in helping setup, serve and/or clean-up at the event, please contact Diane Gelbaugh.
Fishnet Ministries processes large quantities of goods that will be sent to the mission field. They meet this Thursday from 9-12 and will be working in Room 11 processing eye glasses. All are welcome!
The Forge is Meeting at the Movies Next Week! They’ll be going to see Free Burma Rangers at 7pm at the Selinsgrove movie theater on Feb. 25. Tickets will be purchased at the theater. Need a ride? ContactNevin Gorki. The church van will be leaving the church at 6pm.
Understanding Today’s Youth Culture: A Seminar for Parents, Teachers and Other Youth Workers – Saturday, Feb. 22 9-3 at the Danville Middle School – Register Today @ – Standard Ticket: $15 | Teachers/Youth Workers: $8
TREASURE FEST – Begins Sunday in the gym! Free items for the taking! From electronics to books to craft supplies to furniture and more! Treasures sure to be found!
Calling All Prayer Warriors! It’s time to update our Prayer Chain! There is nothing more powerful than lifting each other in prayer to our Loving Father in times of great need. Prayer Chain is available by phone and/or email. If you would like to be added to the phone prayer chain, contact Yvonne Fetterman.
MISSIONARY DESSERT RECEPTION – Sunday | March 1 | 6PM – Did you know that Kazakhstan is the birthplace of apples?! Stan and Tami Brown have been working there for many years helping and educating the local orchard farmers. So what does God’s work have to do with
orchard farming? Come and see!! Dessert donations appreciated!
NEW Our Daily Breads! Check out the Tract Rack to pick up your new Regular Print devotional for March-April-May!
SUNDAY SCHOOL SHUFFLE! STARTING SUNDAY, MARCH 1! Sr. High will meet in the new Youth Room; Jr. High will meet in room 106 (second floor); 4th & 5th grade combine and will meet in the “old” Youth Room.
AWANA DERBY WORKSHOP THIS FRIDAY! 6-8PM – Parents/Guardians/Grandparents: Bring your kiddos to work on their derby cars to get them ready for the Awana Grandprix on Saturday, Feb. 29.
Lenten Tea Coming to FBC! Wednesday, March 4 at 1:30pm – Guest Speaker, Debbie Dower, will be speaking on “Living as the Beloved” sharing her experience as a missionary serving at the Black Forrest Academy in Kandern, Germany. Tea service and light refreshments will be provided. Join us for some encouragement! Debbie was born and raised in northern New Jersey. With her family, she attended churches that were grounded in the teaching of God’s Word. Through the ministries of children’s Sunday school and Pioneer Girls, Debbie came to know God’s love for her and her need of a Savior. She gave her life to the Lord at age 11 during a Pioneer Girls’ meeting. Following graduation from Cedarville College, Debbie taught at a Christian school in New Jersey for six years. In 1991, she moved to Kandern, Germany to begin her ministry at Black Forest Academy, a school focused on providing a Christian education for children of missionaries and other expatriates. Debbie is a school psychologist and has provided educational consultation, testing, and intervention for families at Black Forest Academy as well as for families in the greater missionary community.
VBS 2020 Theme: MYSTERY ISLAND!! July 13-17 | 6-8:30PM | Closing Ceremony July 19 – Is there just one God? Who is God? What is God like? Does God love me? Can I know God? Our kids grapple with questions like these every day. At Mystery Island, we’ll uncover the truth about our Creator God! There’s a sea of confusion about who God is and what he’s like, so we’ll track down the one true God and learn how amazing he is through the pages of Scripture. More info to come.