June has come to a close and school is finished for another year. Congratulations to all graduates and students. Please enjoy your summer andstay safe.
July has certainly ushered in extreme heat with that heat dome hanging over us, but God who is all sovereign knows what He is doing and why. Let us trust and commit everything to Him.
June 20, Father’s Day, we honoured 11 men who were present. Each one received a can of WD40 along with a chocolate bar. You may have to search a long time to find that many men in such a small town church. Worship time should be a family affair. In fact our motto, which appears on every bulletin is, “Where families come together to meet the Father.” We truly thank God that we are a family-oriented church.
We had another great GGMH hymn sing, with 14 in attendance. Why not come and join us July 25 at 6 p.m. for our next GGMH hymn sing. Aug. 29, we plan a one-time only special hymn sing that will be videoed by a couple of our church people. The hymns and special selections in song will be edited and released for personal YouTube viewing only. If you have a gospel song you would like to share, please come prepared to do it.
We had planned an old-fashioned church picnic at BrightsandJune 11 after our morning worship service, but with the severe heat, as well as fire bans we decided to cancel or postpone it.
Of course our main focus each Sunday is to worship God. We worship Him by means of singing and sharing His word or whatever way we can. When, or wherever you choose to worship God, is up to you. He is worthy of all praise. We do not care where you decide to worship, but would love to have you join us any Sunday at 11 a.m. We maintain that the distance is worth the drive. Until next month remember, “ you are the only Bible that some unbelievers will ever read.”