Monday, December 29, 2008

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson - "Come what May, and Love It" Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin, taught by Sharon Davey

If we approach adversities wisely, our hardest times can be times of greatest growth, which in turn can lead toward times of greatest happiness.


Ward Choir meets at 9:30 am on Sundays in Bob and RobbiAnn Sorensen's basement. Come join the fun!

The current Humanitarian needs of the church have changed as follows: NEEDED: Sewn School Bags (fabric is available at the Humanitarian Center and the Humanitarian Service Room located in select Deseret Industries stores [Provo DI Tues.-Thurs. 10am - 4pm])

WRAPPED in LOVE--one of our Humanitarian Projects 2009. Please--we need all kinds of doll babies, old and new, including Cabbage Patch with/without clothes! Barbies and her friends and clothes, no furniture, etc. Raggedy Ann and Andy in good condition or new. New fabric for clothes and blankets. (No porcelain or battery-run dolls.) We'll clean up the dolls freshen their hair dos and put new clothes on them before wrapping them in homemade snuggly new doll blankets or doll sleeping bags. Ask your friends, neighbors, families! Check yard sales, DI, closets, basements, attics, etc.! The dolls will be sent to Mexico next fall and also to the SLC Humanitarian Room. So we need LOTS and LOTS of dolls. Call Mary Jane if you have any questions, 796-7449. There will soon be a dollhouse box on my front step (875 E 65 S) or bring the little cuties to church. We'll be scheduling work sessions when we get enough dolls and willing hands.

Parents of Primary Children
The primary is trying to gather pictures of each family for our first primary activity in January. We need a picture of your family for EACH primary child in primary. These pictures will be used as your child’s birthday gift this year. Please get a picture of your family (for EACH child) to a member of the primary presidency as soon as possible, They need to be a 4x6 print. Thanks!

1 comment:

Shaunna said...

I really have missed you Relief Society lessons that have been recorded and put on this blog. I loved listening to your messages. If you get a chance please post more. I haven't seen any since November.