Monthly Archives: October 2011

Prayers and Concerns: Week of October 23, 2011

Prayer List

  • Our Church Family
  • Marcus Vinson
  • Lisa Long
  • Michael Champine
  • Doug Pittman
  • Anthony Poiland
  • Jaycee Madgar
  • Andrew Paul
  • Pam Tew
  • Families of Levis Hair
  • Laurie Jean Pfeffer
  • All Military and Their Families
  • Jacob Randall
  • Lucinda Honeycutt
  • Bill Hankins
  • Melissa Lynn
  • Randy Harvell
  • Jeannie B. Robertson
  • Joanne Smith
  • Anita Herring
  • Earl Coates
  • Taylor Behm
  • Cyndi Thatcher
  • Patricia Henry
  • Johnny Beasley
  • Billie Hankins
  • Storm Victims
  • Jonathan Randall
  • Jane Clayton
  • Laura Wilder
  • Jewel Ryals
  • Bryleigh Lynch
  • Dick Alexander
  • Tianna Johnson

Home Bound and Nursing Home

  • Mary Cabe & Sherwood Jones = Universal Healthcare/Lillington
  • Etheleen Betts = Windsor Point/F.V.
  • Dorothy Matthews = Brookfield
  • Doris Matthews
  • Dayton Smith = Oak Hill/Angier
  • Hazel Cotton

Prayers and Concerns: Week of October 16, 2011

Prayer List

  • Our Church Family
  • Marcus Vinson
  • Lisa Long
  • Michael Champine
  • Doug Pittman
  • Anthony Poiland
  • Jaycee Madgar
  • Andrew Paul
  • Pam Tew
  • Families of Brother Clifton and Dartha Baker
  • All Military and Their Families
  • Jacob Randall
  • Lucinda Honeycutt
  • Bill Hankins
  • Melissa Lynn
  • Randy Harvell
  • Jeannie B. Robertson
  • Joanne Smith
  • Anita Herring
  • Cyndi Thatcher
  • Patricia Henry
  • Johnny Beasley
  • Billie Hankins
  • Storm Victims
  • Jonathan Randall
  • Jane Clayton
  • Laura Wilder
  • Jewel Ryals
  • Earl Coates
  • Tianna Johnson

Home Bound and Nursing Home

  • Mary Cabe & Sherwood Jones = Universal Healthcare/Lillington
  • Etheleen Betts = Windsor Point/F.V.
  • Dorothy Matthews = Brookfield
  • Doris Matthews
  • Dayton Smith = Oak Hill/Angier
  • Hazel Cotton

BBQ and Chicken Fundraiser!

Big BBQ and Chicken Dinner Fundraiser

Date:  October 7, 2011

Time:  11:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Where:  Community Center at Kipling United Methodist Church (See Directions Section)

Pig Practicing for BBQ
Pig provided by freevectors.com

Church Members – Find the following schedule for how you can help out Merl Bryant!

Thursday, October 6th at 3:00 in the afternoon they will be cutting the wings off a bolt load of chickens

Friday, October 7th at 4:30 AM he will be working hard to get everything ready to lay out on the BBQ and at 7:00 AM there will be a breakfast for all workers and then clean up.

Friday, October 7th around 9:00 AM things will really be clucking getting food boxes ready to go!

All members don’t forget to sale those tickets and get ready for the best non-veggie event of the year!!!! Also don’t forget to buy your family’s dinner to take home after your done working or eat at the church with your family, either way it is a winner of an evening.!

Congradulations to all those who participated in this year’s BBQ Sale!  It was an impressive show of togetherness and hard work which ended in a very successful sale.

Some of you may wonder what is involved in making the BBQ and Chicken Dinner so successful beside the obvious hard work that many members of the church have been a part of for so many years.  I am going to try and show you with some pictures some of the work that is involved.

First there is the buying and the careful cooking of the meat.

“Ray keeping a watchful eye on the pork shoulders”

Next is the shredding of the pork and with these two brothers along with other volunteers they got the job done.  The food was amazing!

“Is Ray grading Merle’s work, no I think they are just having fun.”

Many men worked for hours and hours on this until the job was done.

“They had fun while they labored”

The next step is adding the home made BBQ sauce!  Also the first of many church members to bring wonderful home made desserts, appeared early and ready to get things going.

“The adding of the BBQ sauce and the first to bring dessert”

Next is the preparation of the inside of  the Church Community Building.

“Making sure the dining experience is a great one”

There is always time for a hug.

“Two great volunteers who happen to be married”

Next step was collecting the money of those who came to enjoy!

“The buck stops with Dicie who held down the fort”

So many people came and enjoyed either take-out or inside dining.  Either way all that came enjoyed a wonderful and generous meal which thanks to so many church members was an enormous success.  

There were also those members who put their talents to work making baskets and working with wood to make beautiful gifts for our silent auction.  Thanks to all those folks as well.

Total net from this year’s BBQ was $7775!  Wow!  Pat yourselves on the back for a job well done, and blessings to all that participated! 

“One of those hand made contributions was a two story bird home”
“A basket full of wonderful delights including a book, Berts Bee’s products and goodies to eat”

Prayers and Concerns: Week of October 2, 2011

Prayer List

  • Our Church Family
  • Marcus Vinson
  • Lisa Long
  • Michael Champine
  • Susan Rogge
  • Doug Pittman
  • Anthony Poiland
  • Ron Thatcher
  • Joseph Jones
  • Jane Clayton
  • Lynch Family
  • All Military and Their Families
  • Jamie Hall
  • Lucinda Honeycutt
  • Bill Hankins
  • Jason Chavis
  • Melissa Lynn
  • Randy Harvell
  • Brother Wright
  • Polly Jones
  • Andrew Paul
  • Jeannie B. Robertson
  • Joanne Smith
  • Cyndi Thatcher
  • Patricia Henry
  • Johnny Beasley
  • Billie Hankins
  • Courtney Maness
  • Amber Temple
  • Storm Victims
  • Jonathan Randall
  • Jane Clayton
  • Laura Wilder
  • Sherwood Jones

Home Bound and Nursing Home

  • Mary Cabe & Sherwood Jones = Universal Healthcare/Lillington
  • Etheleen Betts = Windsor Point/F.V.
  • Dorothy Matthews = Brookfield
  • Doris Matthews
  • Dayton Smith = Oak Hill/Angier
  • Hazel Cotton

Flood Bucket Items

Shopping List For Flood Bucket

  • Five Gallon Bucket with Lid
  • Liquid Laundry Detergent (two 25 oz. or one 50 oz. bottles only)
  • Liquid Household Cleaner (12-16 oz. cleans you mix with water)
  • Dish Soap (16-26 oz. bottle)
  • One Can Air Freshener (aerosol or pump)
  • One Insect Repellent Spray
  • One Scrub Brush (plastic or wooden handle)
  • 18 Cleaning Wipes (handi-wipes or reusable wipes, NO TERRY CLOTH)
  • Seven Sponges
  • Five Scouring Pads
  • 50 Clothespins
  • Clothesline (two 50 ft. or one 100 ft. cotton or plastic)
  • 24 Heavy Duty Trash Bags
  • Five Dust Masks
  • Two Pair Disposable Kitchen Gloves (rubber or latex)
  • One Pair of Work Gloves (Cotton or Leather)

Assemble in five gallon bucket with all liquid items at bottom and work your way to the top and secure lid on bucket!

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