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2021 News and Notes

by Compiled by Sandra Naugle

Parksville, KY– I received the following report from Marcia Preston Settles.  There were 2 baptisms tonight at the  Parksville congregation; 1 brother and sister, 12 & 15 years old. 

Mason  Broussard– I received this from Denise Broussard Wright, daughter of Stan Broussard about her uncle.   MASON BROUSSARD (Aug. 6, 1932 – April 29, 2021). Mason Broussard, passed away in Colorado. His parents were Roy and Phlavia Broussard of Gueydan. His siblings were Stanford, Joyce, Phelia, and Stanley.

The Gallatin Church of Christ, a premillennial church, is in search of a fulltime minister.  The candidate must minister to the needs of the congregation and join our leadership team in glorifying God.  He must possess a vision and a service to our community. We desire a minister with a heart for discipleship, local outreach and administration of church ministries. Interested candidates should send a resume to: Gallatin Church of Christ, 150 East Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066.  Attention: Elders. 

     The Kentucky/Indiana Christian Fellowship will be held this year from July 19th to July 22nd, 2021. The theme is “Minor Prophets – Modern Times”.   ALL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD AT SELLERSBURG CHURCH OF CHRIST.  THERE WILL BE NO SESSIONS  AT  PORTLAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL.  LUNCH WILL BE SERVED IN THE CHRISTIAN CENTER TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.  Monday night meeting will be from 7 to 8:40.  The Woodland Music Camp Chorus will be presenting from 7 to 7:30 pm. Congregational singing from 7:30 to 8:00 and speaker from 8:00 to 8:40.   

Tuesday through Thursday nights  begin with singing  at 7:30.    Out of towners may be glad they do not have to contend with Louisville traffic.    There are several hotels/motels in the Sellersburg area.

THE COMMITTEE HOPES THAT COVID RULES WILL NOT INTERFERE THIS YEAR WITH FELLOWSHIP.

Woodland Bible Camp News

At this time, the WBC Board and Camp Event directors are planning for the 2021 camp season. We anticipate that COVID-19 will still impact the usual camp activities in some capacities which may involve wearing masks, social distancing, number of campers per cabin, meal preparation, etc.. With the advent of vaccinations, the availability of treatments, etc. we are hopeful that we will be returning to a more “normal” situation by then, but this cannot be guaranteed at this time. However, we will plan and adapt as we go forward prayerfully with God’s leading. We will send out updates regarding the camp schedule and policies as needed as we prepare for the camp season.

Thank you. David Pound

2021 Woodland Camp Schedule:

Contact David Pound by email: poundhouse@aol.com




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