LIFETREE CAFÉ: The story of the youngest Holocaust survivor from Schindler’s List will be presented this week.
In the Lifetree film, Leyson describes how the Nazis captured his family members, confined them in the Jewish ghetto area of Krakow, and herded them onto trains bound for concentration camps. “Suddenly, I lost my most basic rights,” recalls Leyson. “I was hungry all the time and frightened all the time.” Leyson describes how Schindler pulled him out of a line bound for the death camps.
Lifetree’s Thom Schultz, who conducted the interview, said Leyson revealed portions of his story he had not shared before. “Leyson’s story and his colorful characterization of Oskar Schindler provide a riveting peek into a horrific chapter of history,” Schultz said..
THE SUNDAY MORNING CLASS IS STUDYING JAMES. We always review, so feel free to join the class at any time. We meet upstairs.
THE WEDNESDAY NOON BIBLE STUDY is studying 1 Corinthians. This is a great time to join the study! Come with ideas and a desire to learn more about the Lord and to grow in faith!
FAITH WEAVER FRIENDS, where kids pre-K – 5th jump into Bible Stories and fun related activities to help them grow in relationship with Christ and each other will resume on Wednesday, January 13th from 6:30-7:30.
BUNCO RETURNS THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 7TH AT 6:30 PM. It will be the First Thursday of Every month. All are welcome for great fun!
THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR PRAYERS, CARDS, GIFTS KIND WORDS AND CHRISTMAS GREETINGS THIS YEAR. The people of New Beginnings are truly a blessing! Kathi and Pastor Oman.
FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY will be offered at First Baptist Church beginning on January 20 at 6:30 pm. First Baptist will offer scholarships to those who cannot afford the cost of the course materials. There will be a free preview on January 13 at 6:30 for folks to come and check it out. Please have interested people email, call or visit the church website for more information or to register: 217/586-3304; http://www.fbcmahomet.org
A DIAPER DRIVE will be conducted in January by The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, in partnership with WDWS,. Diaper drives help babies in need because many low income parents struggle to afford diapers. The diaper drive will be held: Thursday, January 21st, 2016, 8am-6pm. Diapers (any size) can be dropped at two drive-through locations: Champaign-Urbana Public Health District 201 W. Kenyon Rd., Champaign; WDWS 2301 S. Neil St., Champaign.
ATTENDANCE for Sunday, December 27 was 53. Offering for December 23 Advent $72, December 24, Christmas Eve, $2125 for December 27th $1495.
WE WILL NEED TO “DEGREEN” the church facility before the Day of Epiphany, January 6th. Those who can stay and “degreen” after worship would be appreciated.