Linda Minter’s father Frank Otto passed yesterday morning. Linda is glad he is no longer suffering, but she is grieving since she and Larry planned to travel up there on Thursday, but he died before they could arrive. He would have been 90 today. Covid visiting restrictions in NY prevented her from being able to go to the hospital. She said she has no needs right now, but she does appreciate the cards and prayers for her mother. Please continue to pray for Linda and the family. Cards of sympathy may be sent to Linda’s mother Connie Otto at 389 Jersey Street, Buffulo, NY 14213. Cards of sympathy may be sent to Linda at 1471 Mayne Mill, Road, Watkinsville, GA 30677.
MEN’S MIDWEEK TONIGHT
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TH
In person and online at 7pm
Young Professionals Ministry
This week the men will be meeting for a devotional at the church building at 7pm and the women will be having a bonfire at the Sawhill’s house. Anyone needing the address for the bonfire can text Emmie!
We also ask that everyone wears a mask when they attend.
If you know of someone that may be interested in coming, contact Garrison Fisher at 704-401-4147 or Emmie Landford at 912-223-9508.
NIGHT OF WORSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP
FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH
Everyone is invited to join campus for a night of worship and fellowship at the church building on Friday, April 9th at 7:30pm! The whole family is welcome!
2021 Career Day is Saturday!
The Young Professional Group is hosting a career day on Saturday, April 10th from 2:00-4:00pm at the Athens Church of Christ building.
More than 12 panel members who represent a variety of careers will give practical advice and will answer your questions. The panel members represent medical, education, law, business, entrepreneur, construction, counselor, finance and small business. Bring your questions about resumes, interviewing and more.
Teens, campus students and anyone looking for a job or career change is invited. It is also open to the public, so please use this chance to invite friends who could benefit from this forum.
For more information contact Craig Rugh at firstname.lastname@example.org
STARTING IN MAY!
Carrying One Another’s Burdens
After a much needed break we are ready to continue with the series “Carry One Another’s Burdens”. The classes will be every two weeks beginning on Saturday morning May 1 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. There are 7 sessions. This series is a transformation of perspective. In order to carry someone’s burden we must understand it enough to have empathy for them. Our own experience, perception, and biased views can blind us from having this understanding and limit our ability to love someone that is not like us. Jesus told us to bring the nations together in his kingdom. This series will help us do that, to have closer relationships, and much more. If you want to be a part of this next series please reply to this email or contact Terry Morrow at 770-337-4455. It will be a Zoom meeting so you can attend from anywhere you have Internet. Most smart phones can access Zoom through your service provider as well.