CEDAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH
Family and friends worship on Sunday morning starting with a Prayer Gathering at 9:00am, Sunday School Assembly at 9:30am with Sunday school following for all ages. Morning worship services are at 11:00am. Come back for Sunday evening services at 6:00pm. Praise Service is the fourth (4th) Sunday of each month. Come and praise God with song, poem, scripture, or just what is on your heart.
New Year's Eve Schedule
Sunday December 31. Welcome the New Year at our 11:00 am service. Rev. Dr. Gordon Benton is our interim Pastor. He has already made himself and his family part of our Church. You are invited to meet a loving, praying, worshiping body of believers.
Children from Rocky Hill went caroling last week visiting several places. Carolers pictured are Luke Smith and Kaitlyn Owen at Jane Vanhooks house. Photo is by Patty Stahl.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
It's almost 2018 and yet it seems like 2017 just barely got started! Our wishes are for everyone reading this to have a good healthy & prosperous New Year!
SERVICE CHRISTMAS EVE
Rocky Hill Baptist church had fifty in attendance last Sunday night for the Christmas Eve service. It was a spectacular service! We hope everyone had a great Christmas Eve and Christmas Day!
Many families are enjoying visits from their children grandchildren siblings and/or parents this week while others have left to visit elsewhere. Wishing everyone safe travels this week, but why would anyone want to leave Cedar Mountain?
DO NOT LET YOUR DOG EAT ANY OF THESE:
Chocolate, Grapes, or Raisins, Macadamia Nuts, Unbaked Yeast Dough (it will rise in
the heat of the tummy bake & ferment then turn to ethanol) Nutmeg (think of Gingerbread cookies) in quantity (depending too on the size of the dog)
FOOD DANGEROUS TO CATS:
Onions and Garlic, Raw Eggs, Raw Meat & Bones, Chocolate and Caffeinated Drinks, Alcohol, Raw Dough, Milk and Dairy Products, Grapes and Raisins and Dog Food.
WHEN FEEDING YOUNG CHILDREN, ALWAYS AVOID:
Unpasteurized milk or any unpasteurized dairy products, raw or partially cooked eggs or foods containing raw eggs, raw or undercooked meat and poultry, raw and undercooked fish or shellfish, unpasteurized juices, and raw sprouts. Avoid honey until after baby's first birthday because it can harbor spores of toxic bacterium that can cause botulism, a severe food borne illness caused by a bacterium which occurs in soil.
SOUPER SATURDAY COOK-OFF
A Souper Saturday Cook-off is planned for Saturday January 27th at the Cedar Mountain Community Center. Everyone is invited to bring their favorite homemade crock pot of soup to be shared and voted on for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes. Entries will be judged by all attendees.
AROUND THE HOUSE
Well Halleluiah! A plumber finally installed my sump pump for my utility sink in the basement. I’ve only been trying to get this done since the first of November I was overjoyed but when I went down to the basement the next morning I tried it out to see how well it was working Wouldn’t you know the sink wouldn’t drain! The water slowly seeped through whatever is blocking the drain and did finally pump it out He installed a used sump pump without checking to see if I was OK with that I will need to get a personal written guarantee from them It only took 7 call to plumbers to get one to do the job
My new cat friend Buddy is pretty smart He is learning what “DOWN” means and only requires a slight nudge to persuade him now He is also being very good about using his scratching post I am trimming his claws however.
The only thing we disagree on is when I should get up. I, being retired, getting up early is an option. However Buddy says its 7:30a. It begins with soft mews escalating to a yowl and then finally bashing his ample body against my door until I get up. Sometimes, I will just hiss at him and go back to bed. This buys me maybe another ½ hour or so before he starts again.
What’s happening with you or in the community? We’d love to hear what’s going on, if you would like to share. Please email your news to email@example.com by 6 pm on Monday next week. Photos are welcome as well.