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Attendance Report May 31

Sunday School 92

First Focus
Worship 179

First Baptist Church, Hamilton, Texas


Our Tithes and Offerings.... Advancing the Gospel
Gifts to the Budget Vol. 32, No. 23 June 3, 2009
May 24 4,224.00
May 31 3,002.00
Average Weekly Needs 5,350.48
FBC Revitalization Plan 200.00
Hope for the Hungry 51.00
Radio Fund 25.00
Wednesday Night Meal 141.21
Youth Nicaragua Mission 12.00

Total Gifts May 24 $3,431.21

Sunday Personnel June 7


WELCOME TEAM
Courtney Craig, Sheila Gromatzky, Jon Mark Jester,
Betsy Killian, Jon Lengefeld, Howard Wilson
COUNTERS
Mason Bullard, Dale Gardner, Johnny Slough
CHILD CARE
E-mail Address office@fbchamiltontx.org

Sunday School - Clydell Massingill, Carla Slough


Rev. Eric Coleman, Minister to Youth

Church Nursery - Tracy Bullard,


Rev. John Woods, Minister of Music

ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

Renee McDonald,
Church Office - 254/386-8141

2-3 Year Olds


Sheena Dolloff, Sarah Pearce
Rev. Keith Felton, Pastor

Children’s Church
First Baptist Church

Hamilton, TX 76531

Chris Dolloff, Charles Kneuper


220 S. Bell Street

“WE ARE TAKING A JUNGLE SAFARI


P.O. Box 673

Deacons on Call for June THROUGH THE LORD’S PRAYER”


Johnny Slough - Team Leader
Garry Diaz, Jon Mark Jester, Grant Lengefeld, (See inside for details)
From the Shepherd’s Shop‹
Shop‹ A N NO U N C E M E N T S Life of the Church
by Pastor Keith Felton
Sunday, June 7
Our Sympathy and Prayers. Our love and Mission Trip Commissioning Service
We are counting down towards our target support, sympathy and prayers go out to Sunday School 9:45 am
date for receiving pledge commitments for the family of Doris Lancaster, David Worship 11:00 am
the FBC REVITALIZATION PLAN – Lengefeld’s sister, who went to be with Christ Children’s Church for Pre-K thru K 11:00 am
this past week. We join together as a family DON’T FORGET… Monday, June 8
PHASE ONE. I hope every member will VBC 6:00 pm
make a pledge to help finance the revitalizing of faith and pray for this family as we Kleenex for HOPE FOR KIDS. You
Tuesday, June9
of our facilities. Over the next twelve months, celebrate Christ’s gift of eternal life. can bring to the church office or to VBS 6:00 pm
Worship on Sunday or on Wednesday, Jun 10
my prayer is that we will receive above and Wednesday night. Nursing Home Ministry 10:00 am
beyond our goal of $35,000 so we can be 622 VBS 6:00 pm
ready for PHASE TWO of the plan. PHASE There will be no Wednesday night activities
Boxes needed Thursday, June 11
ONE consists of brightening our Sanctuary No Ladies Crafts the month of June
On June 10 because of
with paint and new lighting, overhauling our Received to date: VBS 6:00 pm
sound system, and remodeling the platform Vacation Bible School 99 boxes Friday, June 12
area. I’m excited about our future in an VBS 6:00 pm
enhanced worship space. Please be in prayer If you can not bring in the Kleenex, you
for our committees as they see these projects can make a check payable to Hope for
through. SUNDAY FLOWERS… Kids and mark it for Kleenex and we will
purchase them for you.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL...Be sure
I began a SUMMER SERMON SERIES this An anonymous gift of fresh flowers each Thank you from the committee of Hope for and attend our VBS for ages four years and through
past Sunday entitled, “The Final Messages of Sunday for the sanctuary is given to glorify Kids. those entering fifth grade.
Christ from the Cross.” The Gospel accounts God and in honor of the widows, widowers,
provide us with seven different utterances the homebound and nursing home members JUNE 8 - 12
from our Lord and Savior as he was being of First Baptist Church. We appreciate this
crucified. As I mentioned on Sunday, I expression of love honoring God and His 6 - 8 P.M.
believe these messages from Christ are people.
foundational in knowing who Christ is, what
2009 BIBLE 365
salvation is about, and who we are to be as Remember in Prayer… A Time to Think Day 148 - Joshua 22:21-23:16, Luke20:27-47, Psalm
disciples of Him. While many may ‘gear Ruby Webb Mack Cole Bobby Varner The Family of Any concern too small to be turned 89:14-37, Proverbs 13:17-19
down’ for the sermon months, I’m gearing Bill Chappell Jace Williams Audrey Anglin Nevin Walton into a prayer is too small to be Day 149 - Joshua 24:1-33, Luke 21:1-28, Psalm
Kaley Neie Hilbig Leslie Smith Diane Franklin Beverly Price made into a burden.—Corrie ten
up. I believe God has some great things in Claude Brock Betty Ann Beard
89:38-52, Proverbs 13:20-23
Dale & Glenn Chilton Rosa Gillham Boom
store for us this summer – not only through Nelson Shave Earl Cowley Jim Payne Joanne Weaver Day 150 - Judges 1:1-2:9, Luke 21:29-22:13, Psalm
Gwen Wallace Pam Jones Milton Harelik 90:1-91:16, Proverbs 13:24-25
this sermon series, but also through Vacation Dr. Randy Lee To Act Day 151 - Judges 2:10-3:31, Luke 22:14-34, Psalm
Sarah Bone Micha Farris
Bible School, Summer Music Camp, Earl Cowley Renee Smith Connie McQueen Give thought and thanks for the light 92:1-93:5, Proverbs 14:1-2
Nicaragua Mission Trip, Wednesday Bible Frankie Ellingberg Patty Gillham Michael Bruce of day and the comfort of night. Day 152 - Judges 4:1-5:31, Luke 22:35-53, Psalm
Study, and more. I pray you will be a part of Jack Pettit Jackie Weaver Norma Marwitz 94:1-23, Proverbs 14:3-4
Dick Dixon David Clark Nelson Shave To Pray Day 153 - Judges 6:1-40, Luke 22:54-23:12, Psalm
the summer surge at FBC. Tony Rogers Heather Gates Nelda Donahoo Lord, thank You for the many ways 95:1-96:13, Proverbs 14:5-6
DeWanna Alsouissi Jackie Crusenberry Shane Donahoo in which I may lift my heart and
Claude Brock
Day 154 - Judges 7:1-8:17, Luke 23:13-43, Psalm
Ray Groves Jim Elkin spirit through prayer.
Ruby Webb Angie Jenkins Vera Grubbs 97:1-98:0, Proverbs 14:7-8