Index 2017

June Newsletter

June Calendar

Session Notes

Financial For April 2018

Offerings                       $2891.35                      

Expenses                       $2984.57 

Next Session Meeting:  Thursday, June 15, 2017Elder on the door in June – Wally Bunton

             June Birthdays

6/7        Andrew Bunton

6/12      Soli Carreon

6/20      John Downing

6/21      Jerry Boutelle

6/28      Rachel Bunton


The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper will be administered during worship June 3rd and taken to shut-ins following worship.

Monday School

Our Summer Study’s theme is “The Lord’s Prayer”.  We will meet on June 11th, 18th, 25th, and July 2nd.  Mark your calendars for those days.  We will begin as usual with a light supper, then a bit of singing and divide into classes for Bible Study and crafts for the kids plus related games and activities. Adults will discuss various parts of the Lord’s Prayer, then report on their discussions. We will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. with closing at 7:30.  It is sure to be a great time of faith, fellowship, and fun, so invite someone to come with you.

Jean Lauder and daughter, Julia and granddaughter, Kelly


        What a wonderful Mother's Day luncheon was held on Mother’s Day following worship. 

Thank you to Rachel, Josie, and Maritza, who worked

at putting together the food, which was delicious.   The lovely salad and green enchilada's and brownies with fruit were a wonderful combination for a light meal.

      It was served by the various men, and the children, and it was truly nice.  Thank you, thank you!!! Thank you for the effort and the thoughtfulness.


Fathers will be honored on June 18th with a special breakfast at 9:00 a.m.  A variety of breakfast items will be offered and served to the men of the congregation.  Of course, everyone is urged to attend, honor the fathers, and eat and fellowship with them.


There are several opportunities to help send

campers to camp.

There is the Multi-Cultural Conference which is

held at Mo Ranch, July 5-8, where youth of several

different cultures get together to hear keynote speakers,

Worship and participate in small groups.              

There is also MO Ranch in the Valley which is

July 23-28.  The staff from MO Ranch comes down

and do a camp here in the Valley, after the season is done.

We had campers go last year and they really enjoyed it.  This is a wonderful opportunity

for our young people to experience Christ in the outdoors and

share with other young people from over Texas and the Valley.

Monies donated will be used for scholarships, and help with

travel for Adult sponsors and youth.  Gifts can be left in the office or put in the offering plate on Sunday, marked Camp Support.

Thank you, and know you are helping to create memories of fun and fellowship in the summer.


Father’s Day Jokes: What do you call an Amish guy with his hand in a horse's mouth? A: A mechanic.

Gary was having a yard sale. A minister bought a lawn mower but returned it a few days later, complaining that it wouldn’t run.  “It’ll run,” said Gary. “But you have to curse at it to get it started.”

The minister was shocked. “I have not uttered a curse in 30 years.”  “Just keep pulling on the starter rope—the words will come back to you.”

Happy Father’s Day to all our fathers for those who have passed, for those with us, and for those who have loved and nurtured us. May we know that we always have a true and perfect father in God our Father.