Sebastopol News


Bible Study resumes November 10

Prayers and concern for the following people: Jimmy Wilson, Amy Fisher Duncan, Andrea Arney, Shirley Mckee, Mike Ware, Kim Kiddy, Karren Abel, Hugh Douglas, Hardy Maxey, Ryan Sistrunk, Charles Cecil Thrash, Larry Loper, Dot Gainey, Teresa Breedlove, Retha Rhodes, Betty Wall, Willie Graham, Clara Brown, Ruby Power, Randy Boatner,  Dale Boykin, Steve Spell, Keith McCraw, Betty Maxey, Myra Bankston, Shelia Towner, Lakishia McPhail, Joe Breedlove, Paul Comans, Joe Walker, Jim Phillips, Renita Wilcher, Thelma Sistrunk, Katherine Madden, Evonne Hudson, Barney and Mott Green, Kenneth Graham, Sue Pullin, Harmon Lathem,  Larry McDill, Shelia Hedrick, Kameron Buffington, Kolby Buffington, Steve King, Shanna Thrash Cumberland, Kemper Gomillion, Wyatt Gomillion, Shirley Boxx, Sada Sistrunk, Brenda Joyce Abel, Charles Breedlove, George Fisher, Carleton Thrash, Frances Loper, Zack Embry (son of Vickie Powe) and Joseph Embry,  Johnny Thrash, Cliff Woods, and my sister Gloria Boozer.

Pray one for another. We all are in need of prayer as we face the difficulties of today’s society. There is untapped power in prayer; we just have to ask to find that power.

Happy birthday to the following people: Stephanie Swain, Shelia Spivey, Ricky Boler, Anna Girling, Sue May, Wanda Spivey, Anitrel Stamper, Emily Kea, Stephanie Brunson, Sondra Spell.

Brother John McDonald will be bringing the message Sunday, November 10, at Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Sunday school is at 9 a.m. and worship at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to come and participate in church services.

Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church is having  a Bible study on Revival and Reformation. All are invited to come and be a part of this study.  Refreshments are served afterward. The group meets at 5 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Study will resume Nov. 10, the Sunday after revival services.

A big shout out for the people of Sebastopol. Once again our community has come together to do something special for the memory of a special young lady, Madi McDill. Thanks to all who participated in making Friday night’s celebration of Madi’s life special to all her family and friends. Our town may be small but it is capable of doing great things. Proud to say this is my hometown.

Thought to ponder: “Do not be afraid. All things are in God’s hands.”


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