Maranatha Class Newsletter – February 2

Next Sunday

We will be attending the presentation about McCurdy Ministries in Community Hall at 9:45. McCurdy Ministries is Boston Avenue’s new national mission partner. We will not be having a normal Sunday school class.


Philip Boone shared with us information about the Mid-High youth and their activities, including Mid-High Mosaic upcoming in October. He also told us about the Ascends Podcasts that the church does. Thank you, Philip.


Welcome to repeat visitors Keith & Charlotte Montgomery and to Joe Morgan (Scott and Debra’s son). Keith & Charlotte also joined us Sunday evening at the Super Bowl party.

Class Helpers and Announcements

Thank you to Jim & Julee Embry and Dave & Melanie Shepherd for the snacks and greeting.

Thank you to Judith Payton for the prayer.

Please remember to sign in at the attendance table each Sunday.

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Happy birthday to the following folks :

Paul Giessen – 2nd

Art Campbell – 7th

Laura Daniel – 8th

Karey Low – 8th

There are no anniversaries this week. Again!!

Upcoming Social Activities

Each Tuesday at 11:30, the Maranatha Men meet for lunch and conversation at Smitty’s Garage at 71st and Sheridan. Come join the fun whenever you are free.

Christmas Party/Auction – December 12 at Tulsa Country Club

Upcoming Mission Opportunities

Sunday, February 9th is the annual church chili cookoff. We would love to again have a winning entry from Maranatha. Jim Embry took that honor in 2019. If you have a tasty chili recipe, please considering contacting the church and entering the competition.

April 10 – Serving dinner at the Day Center for the Homeless

July 26 – Serving dinner at Redemption Church

September – Operation School Bell

Oct 9 – Serving dinner at the Day Center for the Homeless

Nov 22 – Serving dinner at Redemption Church

Joys and Concerns

Wanda Williams is bed-ridden with bronchitis/asthma.

Mary Bundren is recovering from hip replacement.

Martha Blevins was scheduled to have cataract surgery today (Monday).

Karen Gillis-Tinlin is the Maranatha contact for February. Please to not hesitate to reach out to her.

Other Announcements

Beth Green, CEO of Brief Media, was recently awarded the Feather in Her Cap Award. This award was established in 2017 by a group of women leaders in the animal health industry who formed the non-profit Feather in Her Cap Association, Inc. to honor women who have made outstanding contributions in animal health through scientific, industrial or commercial excellence and by demonstrating commitment to mentoring women. Congratulations, Beth!

You should expect to receive a survey soon to get your input regarding our annual Christmas party/auction. Your opinion matters to be sure to fill it out and return it. Thanks.

Published in: on February 3, 2020 at 3:54 pm  Comments Off on Maranatha Class Newsletter – February 2  
%d bloggers like this: