Highland Heights collecting supplies for school ministry

June 20, 2014

Broadway Baptist Church
Once when I was in eighth grade my big brother had me to fill his truck with gas for him. While working the pumps at the 4S Fina station in San Angelo a man drove up and said, "Fill her up with this!" as he pointed to a pump. I said, "With diesel, sir?" To which he replied, "Yep, fill her up!" So I did just that. I put in 15 gallons of diesel. My brother drove about two blocks, turned around, came back and asked what I had done to his truck. Needless to say, he didn't have a diesel engine and that gas motor didn't cotton to well to the wrong gas. My brother ended up siphoning out the diesel gas and filling it with regular gas. Boy, he was mad at me.
Two things stand out: 1. It really wasn't my fault. The man told me to do it. 2. You can't run on the wrong gas. Too many Christians are trying to run on the wrong gas, because instead of studying the Word for themselves they are taking another person’s word for it. Do you want your life to run well? 1. Study the Word of God. 2. Be fueled by prayer. 3. Listen to the Holy Spirit, who will teach, guide, direct and keep your engine clean!
Broadway Baptist Church would like to invite you to come and worship with us this Sunday at 710 E. Third Street. Our Life Groups, which are for all ages, start at 10 a.m. Our morning service starts at 10:50 a.m. and our evening service starts at 6 p.m. Our midweek service is on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. (We offer Bible Study for all ages.) Come worship with us and be blessed.

Emmanuel Fellowship Church
We invite you to join us this Sunday at Emmanuel Fellowship Church. Our Sunday morning services are at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Both morning services are filled with the same warm fellowship, dynamic worship and life-giving messages, as well as top-notch children’s ministry and nursery care for children up to fifth grade.
This week, we are launching our “Summer Survival Series.” This sermon series will highlight beloved Bible stories and allow us to search the Scriptures for God's word and will for us — even in the midst of triple digit temperatures. This Sunday, we will also be celebrating the baptisms of eight new followers of Jesus! So, come join us — there’s a seat around the summer “campfire circle” for you!
The Salvage Yard youth ministry, for grades 6-12, meets Wednesday evenings at 6:45 p.m. for their worship service and for many other various events. Find out more on their facebook page at www.facebook.com/InTheYard. We also invite you to step into The Growth Central Bookstore when you visit EFC. It’s stocked with Bibles, study aids, marriage and parenting resources, worship music, inspirational gifts, original art and fiction books — there’s something for everyone. The bookstore is open between Sunday morning services, from 10:30-11 a.m. and again at 12:30-1 p.m.
For more information about the ministry of EFC, log onto the church website at www.efcsweetwater.com.

First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church invites you and your family to join us on this Sunday, June 22, for Bible study, beginning at 9:15 a.m. for all ages, followed by the Sunday morning service, which begins at 10:30 a.m. First Baptist Church is located at 213 East Third Street, next door to the Post Office. We warmly greet you. Your presence will enhance our worship experience and our fellowship together.
Koinonia coffee is held at The Welcome Center before Bible study each Sunday morning. Coffee is the perfect complement to meeting old friends and new. It is an invitation to sit and talk for a while, to share stories, to get to know one another better. You are invited to join friends each Sunday morning as we all share a warm cup of Koinonia Coffee.
The FBC Heritage Timeline is located on the first floor hall leading to the Welcome Center. You can add special moments and memories during your time here at FBC on the Timeline!
The Missions item to be collected for the month of June is canned carrots. Each month we have collected different items which are being used to restock our pantry which is to be used as a resource for needy families.
Ballots for the Pastor Search Team will be ready on June 25 and voting will be through June 29.
Vacation Bible School will be June 23-26. Be a part of the VBS offering to dig a water well overseas. If you are interested in helping this year, please sign up on The Message Board. P3 will be July 21-24 at Hillcrest Apartments. Please contact the church office for further information.
Friday, June 27, we will leave the church at 2:30 p.m. and go watch the Texas Rangers. Tickets are $22. There are only a few tickets left and your spot is only reserved when your ticket is paid for. So hurry and sign up on The Message Board.
Saturday, June 28, at 8 a.m. the men will meet for breakfast and Bible study.
First lunch will be following the worship service on July 6. It will be taco pile on!
Christmas in July is the most wonderful time of the year — at least until December! Be a part of Christmas in July at FBC! Events include: July 1 — Church office Christmas Open House, July 2 — Youth Christmas caroling, July 6-13 — Operation Christmas Child, July 16 — Kids decorating Christmas cookies, and July 30 — Christmas service and fellowship.
For in depth information on First Baptist Church Sweetwater, find us on Facebook or at www.fbcsweetwater.org.

First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of Sweetwater welcomes all to join us for worship. Our church is a warm and loving church and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need pastorally. We would love to have you be our guest.
The adult Sunday School class will meet at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 22. Karen Brown and Gary Brown will be greeters and Ty Crain will be the worship assistant for the worship service. The youth will be leaving for Mo Ranch after worship.
The mission of First Presbyterian Church is to make disciples for Jesus Christ by being an oasis of God’s love. Worship services are each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. We are located at the corner of 14th Street and McCaulley, across from the high school. Find out more information about our ministry by calling 235-5491 or visit the church’s website www.fpcsweetwater.org.

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Our Mission Statement: "To glorify Christ in all that we do by bringing People to Christ and equipping them to serve Christ."
Join us for Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and worship service at 10:45 a.m., with Pastor Claude bringing the message entitled, “Baptized into the Death of Christ: No longer a Slave to Sin.” Worship assistants are Lisa Peterson serving as worship leader, Brenda Alexander leads the congregational hymns and plays the keyboard and pianist is Eugenia Hill. Pat McKiddy will bless the worship service with a special musical selection.
This Sunday God’s blessings will be extended to our pastor, Rev. Claude McKiddy and his family with a farewell dinner. Bring your favorite dish and share in a meal and Christian fellowship immediately following worship service.
Even though the present school year has come to a close, we know the summer months go by rapidly. With the new school year approaching in early August, our next community outreach is our “School Ministry.” Highland Heights will once again collect school supplies for needy students in the second and third grades at the East Ridge Elementary campus. A list of suggested items to purchase is available at the back of the sanctuary. Please bring your selections to the church on or before the consecration date of Sunday, the 10th of August, and they will be delivered the following week to the school campus.
With school being out, summer activities are crowded into the weeks before the fall semester begins. Children and youth are participating in church and athletic camps, families vacationing and attending family reunions, spending time with friends, etc. “Bless This House” asks prayer for safety in all activities and that everyone enjoys a fun filled summer, remembering to always display a Christian attitude in all encounters with others.
You are always invited to join us at 1801 Lamar Street, sharing in our vision of making Disciples of Jesus Christ, growing spiritually, fulfilling our God-given gifts, witnessing to others and ministering to ones in need.

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