R Village Bible Church of Amherst - Bulletin
Village Bible Church
Teaching the Bible with Clarity and Compassion
 
Welcome to our Church Family
Today is August 11th, 2019
 
 
We gather to worship the one true and triune God of the Bible: Father, Son and Holy Spirit! Please take a moment before we begin and ask him to fill your life and our worship with the blessing of His presence.
 
 
We are working our way through the entire Bible
in a study called “God’s Story”.
 
Today’s message is from
 
Galations...Faith First
 
(Galations can be found on page 971 in the pew bible.)
 
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Children are dismissed for Super Church during the sermon portion of the worship service. Children through grade 4 meet downstairs. Middle-schoolers meet upstairs. The following leaders will lovingly supervise and teach your children:
 
Infants/Toddlers:   Taren Evans
Super Church:       Steve & Carmen Murray
Middle School:       Kim Curtis
 
 
 
 
YTD
Avg. Weekly
 
Offering
$162,451.92
$5,240.38
Thank you for your
Need
$124,812.51
$4,026.21
faithful giving!
Difference
$ 37,639.41
$ 1,214.17
 
 
 
       
VBC This Week:
 
Today             9:00am    Prayer
                    10:00am    Worship Service
 
Pastor Mike will be away for 1 week beginning Saturday.
Contact any of the Elders if you need assistance.    
 
 
Coming Up:
 
Worship in the Park on August 18th at 10:00am, Keyes Field in Milford. Again, this year we will unite with other Bible-believing and teaching churches in the area to celebrate our common faith in Christ. BBQ and games to follow. Please attend.
 
This year’s offering will be in support of Keystone Hall in Nashua, specifically their Cynthia Day Center helping women in recovery. More information about them can be found at keystonehall.org.
 
Nathan Project Bowl-a-thon on August 24th from 4-7pm at Merrimack Ten Pin, 698 DW Highway in Merrimack. Bowlers of all ages and skill levels! Each bowler receives three games, shoes, pizza and soda. Make-your-own sundae bar is also available to bowlers, family, and friends. It is a wonderful afternoon in support of a good ministry. Registration is free but a generous donation should be made. Please check with Pastor Mike or Michelle Sacco by August 17 to reserve a spot (don’t wait until the last week as they will be away). Check out nathanproject.net for information about their ministry. 
 

Opportunities to Care:

Samaritan Purse suggested items for August are school supplies. Plan ahead for those shoeboxes! 
 
 
SHARE pantry items for August: Canned Ham, Canned Meats, Side Dishes (seasoned pasta mix, Hamburger Helper, etc.), Ravioli & Beefaroni. Place items in lobby basket marked SHARE (no clothing please).