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National Night Out

Our annual community National Night Out event is Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 6:00 p.m. 

Our neighborhood surrounding our church has been coming to this event for several years. It is so important for our community to be able to come out and visit with each other in a safe environment, have a meal together, and have fun for the kids. Please make every effort to attend. We need smiling faces to visit with our neighbors, help set up, help with the bounce house, work a couple games for the kids, and then help put everything away. Talk to Tim Lorang about your willingness to help.

 

VBS Mission Project

Our 2018 VBS Mission Project recipient is Heifer International. Their mission is to end hunger and poverty by providing livestock and training to small-scale farmers around the world. Heifer International can provide a heifer for $500 or a flock of ducks for $20. They provide cows, chickens, goats, sheep, even honeybees. These animals provide food for the families as well as income. If you would like to donate, please place your offering in the offering plate on Sunday.

Vacation Bible School

Shipwrecked is the theme of this summer’s Vacation Bible School. Remember Gilligan’s Island? Me, the Skipper, Gilligan and 30 of my best friends will be shipwrecked the week of July 16 from 6-8pm along with the VBS students. Look forward to Tropical Treats, Castaway Music and Bible stories that tell how Jesus rescues us. Invite your family, friends, neighbors, playmates, and classmates to join us in this annual neighborhood outreach. To register, fill out the registration form in the weekly bulletin or call the church office at 402-455-8700. 

We are in need of 14 dozen cookies for the Closing Program. Homemade is the best but any kind is appreciated. Our Closing Program is a greay way for VBS parents to see and hear what the children have learned. 

Can you help? Let the church office or Cindy Webb know. 

 

Adult Bible Class This Week

During the Christian Education Hour this Sunday, Pastor Jank will lead us in a study of Isaiah 40. We focus on verse fourteen. Grab a cup of coffee and join in.

Little Free Pantry

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The “Little Free Pantry” is operating This small cabinet with non-perishable food items, paper goods, and other items sits outside the north entry of Mount Olive. It is accessible 24 hours per day to anyone. There aren’t any applications to fill out or set hours of operation. The pantry will be stocked by donations from all of us but can also be stocked by a concerned neighbor. Please, no glass jars or expired food. You can place your items inside the marked cabinet that is in the old nursery room right behind the doorway. These items are needed; applesauce, baby food, baked beans, bean soup, beef stew, bran cereals, bread, bread and muffin mixes, canned and dried beans, canned chili, canned chicken, canned fruit, canned tomato products, canned tuna or salmon, canned vegetables, cold and hot cereals, dried fruit, dry noodles and pasta, evaporated milk, flour, fruit juice, graham crackers, granola bars, honey, infant cereal, infant formula, instant breakfast drinks, jelly and jam, macaroni and cheese, mayonnaise, noodle mixes, oatmeal, pancake mix, peanut butter, popcorn, powdered milk, rice and rice mixes, salad dressings, shelf-stable milk, sugar, syrup, whole grain crackers, vegetable oil, vegetable soup, and vegetable juice.

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