Church Activities

 

October 10, 2019



Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian

Join us this Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. for our annual Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans service. Keith Thompson will be preaching the sermon, “Why Do You Come to Church?” The Montreat Scottish Pipes and Drums Band will play a traditional march as they enter the sanctuary at the beginning of each service. Following the band will be church members carrying large tartan banners. The Sunday School classes, normally between services, are cancelled this week in favor of the Kirkin’ celebration breakfast in Davidson River Hall. Nursery care is provided.

Calvary Baptist Missions

Calvary Baptist Missions Church, 100 Cemetery Road, Pisgah Forest, will have its fall festival Oct. 25, starting at 6 p.m. Calvary Baptist Missions invites everyone to come out and enjoy an evening of food, fun, crafts and games. For more information, contact 884-3818.


Cedar Mountain Baptist

On Sunday, Sunday school, from nursery to whatever age one is, begins at 10 a.m. and the worship service is at 11 a.m. Pastor Willie will continue his sermon series on “Heaven.” This has been a most enlightening sermon and such a blessing to carry you through the week. Pastor Willie and the congregation invite you to join us this Sunday and see what God has for you.

A date and time for your calendars: 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 27, Fall-O’-Ween event at CMBC. Lots of activities planned: Trunk or Treat, balloon animals, hay rides, bouncy house, campfire and s’mores, and a chili cook off. We would like to have you and your family to join us for this safe and fun way to enjoy Halloween a little early. Looking for a church who loves the Lord, people and friendly to all – we invite you to check us out.

English Chapel UMC

English Chapel United Methodist Church will celebrate homecoming at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13. A covered dish meal will be served at noon. All members, former members, and friends are invited.

Access to the chapel is on English Chapel Bridge Drive, which is 1.7 miles from the entrance to Pisgah National Forest on U.S. 276.

For more information, call 884-4506.

Lutheran Church Of The Good Shepherd

Ministry 2020 will celebrate Commitment Sunday on Sunday, Oct. 20. Within the next week, congregation members will receive information about making a commitment to the work of LCGS during the next year and beyond, a ministry of love, care and service. This commitment will involve prayers, presence, participation and financial support. A celebration dinner will be held following services that day. The entrée and beverages will be provided; members are asked to supplement the meal with side dishes, salads or desserts to share with others. Please use the signup sheets on the church bulletin board to indicate your intentions to attend and what food you will bring. Make your plans now to be present for this important event in the life of our church as we initiate our ministry for the next year.


As LCGS continues to explore its relationship with our mission partner, Living Waters Lutheran Church in Cherokee, we want to continue the practice of small groups from LCGS worshiping with the Living Waters congregation on Sunday mornings in Cherokee. All who have worshiped at Living Waters have been blessed by this experience. If you would like to join a group traveling to Cherokee for Sunday morning worship within the next few months, contact the church office for additional information. There is also a signup sheet on the church bulletin board.


To learn more about LCGS, contact the church office at (828) 883-3680, or email lcgs@comporium. net, or visit http://www.lutheranchurchbrevardnc.com. The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd is located at 22 Fisher Road in Brevard. Worship services are held at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. each Sunday.

NEXT Church

We exist to inspire people to take steps toward Jesus. NEXT Church meets at the Boys & Girls Club of Transylvania County at 11 Gallimore Road in Brevard. Worship starts at 10 a.m. Come and enjoy coffee and goodies at 9:30 a.m. Nursery and children’s age-appropriate are available. Pastor Dave Blackburn’s Series Title - “The 5 Solas.” Why is the Great Reformation so important to Christ followers? Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved. Acts 4:12. Solis Christus - Faith Alone.

NEXT Kids theme for October is courage. Being brave enough to do what you should do, even when you’re afraid. Be strong and brave. Do not be afraid. Do not lose hope. Joshua 1:9b. NEXT Kids services are available for nursery, preschool and elementary ages. We also have a safe ministry especially for special needs children and students. There are several Life Groups that meet throughout the week. Go to the NEXT website for details at http://www.NEXTCHURCHNC.net, like us on Facebook or call Pastor Dave Blackburn at (828) 384-1951.

Sacred Heart Catholic

The annual Brevard area Crop Walk will be Sunday, Oct. 13. The 5K walk on the streets of Brevard is a family, civic, youth, elder, interfaith outing for the purpose of raising funds to end hunger both locally and across the world. All churches and other groups are welcome to participate. Sign in at 1:30 p.m. and walk time is 2 p.m. If interested or for more information, contact Chris Baglio at (828) 862-4696.

The Knights of Columbus/Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Monday, Oct. 21, from noon to 5 p.m. Giving blood takes less than an hour and is a way of giving life to those in need. If you would like to make an appointment, call 883-5640. Walk-in donors are welcomed as well. Reminder calls will be made to all who made appointments at the last blood drive.

The Ladies Guild annual Giving Tree will be organized differently this year. The organizations we support have earlier deadlines for receiving gifts. The Sharing House Christmas basket with tags for the seniors will be available on Oct. 12-13 and Oct. 19-20. The tags will be for $25 gift cards. We need to return the collected gift cards to Sharing House by Nov. 1.

The Center for Children Gift tags will be available Nov. 23-24, and gifts need to be returned no later than Dec. 7-8. Would you be interested in joining a Single Seniors group for fellowship, food and fun with your Sacred Heart parishioners? If so, contact Sylvia Becker or Nancy VanNess with your ideas to make this a once-a-month activity.

St. Patrick’s Anglican

The celebrant for Holy Communion this Sunday will be the Rev. Nick Henderson, who will also be preaching. Rev. Nick will be assisted by Deacon Robert Shoup.

Wednesday’s Holy Communion service is 12:15 p.m., and we will celebrate the Feast of St. Luke. Oct 12 will be our Blessing of the Animals, and the following day members will participate in Crop Walk. The ordination to the Deaconate of Steven Miller will be at 11 a.m., Oct. 19, at St. Matthew’s, Weaverville. Mission Committee meets Oct. 20. Intake for Sharing House is Oct 27.

St. Patrick’s is a traditional, biblical and apostolic mission, reveling in the rich heritage of the Church of England. We are nourished by the grace of Christ, inspired by the fullness of the Holy Spirit and humbled by the majesty of God the Father. With open hearts we welcome all visitors. We are located at Suite 100, 147 E. Main. Our web address is http://www.stpatricksbrevard.org.


St. Philip’s Episcopalian

The new Sacred Labyrinth and its native plant garden behind St. Philip’s church will be blessed in a service at 3 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 17. Plan to join us along with members of other area churches and numerous community leaders. This is a special time to honor the dedication of the volunteers who made this a reality, as well as to properly offer it to the glory of God, so that those who walk it are treading on holy ground.

St. Timothy UMC

On this Sunday, Oct. 13, St. Timothy will play host to Nara Melkonyan, in-country director for Project Agape. Project Agape is a ministry of North Carolina United Methodist Churches. It provides clothing, supplies and children’s shoeboxes to Christians in a needy section of Armenia. She will be presenting information on how the donations are distributed and used. The program will be presented from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 am. Light breakfast items, pastries, juice and coffee will be provided, and all area United Methodists are invited to join us in this wonderful exposition of a major ministry of our statewide congregations. St. Timothy United Methodist Church is located at 1020 Asheville Highway at the corner of Hospital Drive. Worship is at 10:55 a.m. each Sunday, and Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. For more information, contact the church office at 883-2985 or visit http://www.sttimothy-brevard.org.

Unitarian Universalists

“A Little Amnesia Could Go a Long Way.” The oft-quoted line that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” has the ring of veracity, but at best is only a half-truth, because our recollections of the past are selective, malleable and subject to manipulation. Of course, amnesia isn’t really an option (or even desirable), but a little less remembering might help us keep the past in the past while freeing up some desperately needed resources to create a better tomorrow.

The UU building on the corner of Broad and Varsity streets in Brevard is wheelchair accessible. Dress may be casual, and visitors of all ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, abilities, and beliefs are warmly welcomed. Nursery care is available for ages 1-3 at both services. Children’s Religious Education classes are available during the 9:15 a.m. service. The younger class is for ages 4-7 and the older class is for ages 8 and up. Each class is overseen by two adults and emphasizes fun and enriching activities about how to be a better, more caring person and how to make the world a better place for everyone.

Men are invited to join the wide-ranging conversations, which occur each Tuesday at 9 a.m. men’s group. Music lovers will enjoy hearing the Eclectics jam on Wednesday mornings from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Heartfulness meditation is held Saturdays from 5:30-7 p.m., at no charge, for anyone age 15 and older. Please arrive a little before 5:30 p.m.

 
 

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