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Youth Week set for June 3rd to 6th
Greetings from The Springs. As we quickly rush towards the summer, USBC has several events coming up so get out your calendars.
Details for Youth Week have been finalized and the dates are June 3-6. If you are planning for your child to participate they can be signed up at Wednesday Bible Study or Sunday morning after worship service. I am not sure when the deadline is, so sign them up ASAP.
The week starts with Youth Day, which will be held Sunday, June 3 during the regular morning worship time. This will be a great way for the children to begin their summer break, so get them involved.
Since I am letting you know about youth activities our own Bryson Walker came in fourth place in the State Track Meet in the 50-meter race in class B/C. He wore his medal to church Sunday and we are all very proud of him. Give him a pat on the back and tell him congratulations when you see him.
It is not too soon to tell you that Sunday, June 23 we will celebrate our Pastor and First Lady’s 10th Anniversary. This year we will have two services. In addition to the regular morning serve at 10 a.m. there will be a second service at 3 p.m. with dinner served between times. Come and spend the day with us.
Often on Mother’s day we get to hear a message base on Proverbs 31. It is always good to be reminded of the “Virtuous Woman” especially since she is a guide to help us. This year Rev. Terrell examined the life of Elisabeth, who in her old age was barren but God did the impossible in her life.
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