Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson #43 - “He Was a Prophet of God”: Contemporaries of Joseph Smith Testify of His Prophetic Mission


Nov 9th-23rd Mount Timpanogos Temple Closed

November 11th, Primary Quarterly Activity 4-5:50p.m. at the church. Please come and help us have fun and learn about families in the Book of Mormon. See you there!!

Nov 20th Ward Temple Night, 7pm Endowment Session @ the Salt Lake City Temple, meet at 6pm at the Temple to have supper together

Dec 2nd Relief Society Christmas Social

Please come to Ward Choir practice if you enjoy singing the hymns. It is held Sunday mornings, 10:30-11:20 am in Bob and Robbi Ann Sorensen's home. A delightful way to spend the Sabbath!

Congratulations to the Young Women Volleyball Team, they are going to Regionals

Mary Jane Johnson, Marta Dorner, Marta Valdizan, Ursala Valdizan and the humanitarian committee gathered together over 1,200 toys for children in Mexico! The dolls and toys are cleaned, sorted, bagged and ready in the warehouse for distribution. They will be availabe to single LDS mothers to give their children for Christmas. Any leftovers will be donated to a Catholic Orphanage also located in Mexico. Thank you, thank you to all who have contributed! If you would like to contribute any of the following items, it would be greatly appreciated:
• sewing machines
• hair cutting kits
• computers and printers
• construction tools
• blood pressure cuffs, diabetes strips and testers
• wheel chairs, crutches
• camping gear
• books in Spanish
• Jell-O molds
Send this list to all your email buddies! Any of these items may be left on Laurie Hasson's front porch. (927 East 110 South, Lindon) Thank you!

On-going world-wide Church projects:

"As the Church responds to humanitarian needs worldwide, the need for specific types of donations varies. Currently, the items listed below would be most beneficial. Hygiene kits, school kits, file folder games, sweatshirts and sweatpants, t-shirts 0-16 years, and full size quilts."

If you can donate any of the above items, please give them to the humanitarian committee. You can even donate single items that go into the kits; they do not need to be completed kits. Items for the hygiene kits are bar soap, toothpaste, a packaged toothbrush, combs (no pointed ones), and bath handtowels (about 15 x 25"). Items for the school kits are unsharpened pencils, rubber pencil erasers (1 x 2), blunt nosed scissors with metal blades, handheld pencil sharpeners, 12 inch metric straight edge ruler, set of at least 12 colored pencils aprox. 7" long, and glued or spiral bound notebooks with lined notebook paper.

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