This Little Light of Mine

Father’s Day Men’s Choir

I’m happy to share that both the Altar Guild and our “men’s choir” stepped up in observance of Father’s Day weekend.  The Altar Guild baked and packed cookies for the men of Immanuel. We certainly appreciated their efforts and it’s my guess that all evidence of their work was consumed by noon on Sunday. (They gave the women flowers on Mother’s Day. I’m certain the flowers lasted at least seven times as long as the cookies did.)

The “men’s choir” did leave something behind on Father’s Day however! A recording of their rendition of This Little Light of Mine that you can view here.  As you can see, they really did let their lights shine!  The song choice was a special one and they did a beautiful job with it. You’ll have to watch the whole tape to see the variety among the different verses.

Of course I should also mention that Pastor Donald shared the second message in the “not a fan” sermon series this weekend. AND he joined in with the youth car wash as much as possible.

I hope you will join us next weekend as Pastor Donald wraps up his “not a fan” series.  But there’s much going on during the week here too, including Adventure Bible Camp. Now that’s another example of people letting their lights shine!

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Summer preaching at Immanuel will have a fresh look and feel this year. Each pastor is preparing a special series of messages built around a topic of their choosing. Add to this RightNow Media, Shining Stars, the July mission trip, and so much more.  We are definitely going to have a meaningful summer here at Immanuel. I pray you will join us!

See you in church this summer!
Pastor Tom

Author: Pastor Tom

Pastor Tom Acton

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