If you have any new or gently used items to donate to the Silent Auction, you can bring them to the church during business hours Monday through Friday. A few examples include: kitchen items, home furnishings, gift baskets, gift certificates, toys, baby items, etc. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Raffle tickets are being sold in the office. You may also pick up tickets to sell to friends, family and neighbors. There are some great prizes!
Thanks for your support.
Sister Carmelita Hagan of the Sisters of Mercy, will be with us the weekend of June 10-11th to share briefly about the ministry of the Sisters of Mercy – Catherine’s House. As in the past, they will be raffling a new 2017 Honda Civic LX. Tickets will be $5.00 for one or a book of six for $25.00.
Terri Martino’s Italian pizzelles are just one of the many treats you’ll find at this weekend’s Parish Food Festival. There will be over 20 countries represented offering authentic cuisine for your tasting pleasure. Bring your friends and neighbors!
Hope to see you at the Festival this Saturday, May 20th from 11 AM to 3 PM.
Authentic foods from 20 countries. Entertainment, Silent Auction, Children’s games and a raffle with prizes worth $4000. Shuttle service from the First Baptist Church parking lot. Handicapped parking only at the St. Charles lot.
Once again, there are outstanding prizes for this year’s Food Festival raffle.
55-inch Smart TV
$250 Kitchen Connection gift card (two cards)
$250 Ingles’ Gift Card
$250 Walmart Gift Card
Tickets are $5 per ticket or 5 tickets for $20. The drawing will be held at the Festival on May 20th. You do NOT have to be present to win.
The Ladies Guild is again sponsoring the Cake Table at the Annual Food Festival . Please make a cake or some cookies for us to sell at the festival. You may bring them to Church on Friday May19th from 1:30 to 4:30 PM and leave them in the Church kitchen or bring them by Saturday morning May 20th. For more information you can contact Donna Davis at 828-584-8985. Thank you for your support.
The scientific revolution of the twentieth century gave us the sciences of relativity, quantum theory, astronomy, and cosmology, and those sciences have given us considerable understanding of the structure and functioning of the universe.
The best selling Seven Brief Lessons on Physics was written by Italian physicist Carlo Rovelli in order to introduce average persons to the concepts of modern science and to some of the problems that remain to be solved.
The lessons will be discussed by Dr. John Schug on seven consecutive Wednesdays (7:00 PM in Murray Hall) beginning on May 10, 2017. Students of all ages are welcome. The presentation should be basic and entertaining as well as informative.