Church Briefs for 041608
McDonald Memorial Baptist Church launches “Bundles of Joy”
The “Women on Mission” of McDonald Memorial Baptist Church are beginning a program to aid the parents of newborns. The program is called the “Bundles of Joy Ministry”.
The “Women on Mission” are collecting items to help young parents of newborns. Items such as Destin cream, size 1 diapers, baby powder, baby shampoo, baby wipes, lotion, bottles in a pack of three, pacifiers, bibs, booties, wash cloths, and mittens will be placed in baskets and given to young parents who request them.
The goal of the ministry is to help young parents who need assistance and to open the doors for ministry to these young families.
If you would like to contribute to this ministry, please contact the church at 409-883-3974. Any donations will be appreciated.
St. Mark’s is smokin’ again
First Baptist registering Pre-K
Applications are now being accepted for the 2008-2009 school year at First Baptist Church Pre-Kindergarten. Director Susan Daigle says classes are beginning to fill, but there are still openings for all classes. To register for the upcoming year please call the Pre-K office at 735-3583 or stop by the Pre-K office at First Baptist Church, 200 West Roundbunch Road, Bridge City.
The school was started by the late Mrs. Sally Howard in 1959 and provides early education for three and four year old children. The program is under the full sponsorship of the church and is state licensed. First Baptist Pre-Kindergarten offers a well-balanced program including music, motor skills development, outdoor play, phonics, shapes, colors, alphabet, as well as Bible stories and social interaction with peers. Class size is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. The registration fee of $75 will insure your child a place in our school.
Classes for thee year old children are held on Tuesday and Thursday. Classes for four year old children are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday or Monday through Friday. All classes meet from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon.
Students must be three years of age by Sept. 1 to enter the program in the fall. The school is open to the public.
All completed applications must be in by August 15. The registration fee is refundable until September 1.
School will start Tuesday, Sept. 2. Meet your teater notes will be sent out in early August.
For additional information call: First Baptist Pre-Kindergarten- 735-3583 (office), Susan Daigle, Director 735-2821 (home).
Night of gospel music offered
Harvest Chapel invites you to an evening of live country gospel music and Christian comedy, 7:00 p.m., Saturday, April 19. The chapel is located at 1305 Irving Street, West Orange.
All faiths are welcome. Come as you are. For more information call 882-0862.
First United Methodist Church is missing the two wheelchairs that were donated. If you borrowed one of these wheelchairs, please check to see if you returned it. If you have a wheelchair that you are not using, think about donating it to the church.
Mission trip to Jamaica planned
The Cedar Bayou UMC has scheduled a mission trip to Jamaica for July 11-18. The trip involves helping with new construction (all skill levels are needed) or teaching Vacation Bible School. The cost (per individual) for the trip will be $1400. A current passport is required for the trip. If you are interested please call Vernon Murray 886-8523 or 670-0569 or Danielle Heil 886-7466.