I have worked hard to try to teach you important truths from the Bible. Let’s see how good of a job I have done and see if you know the answers to the following questions.
Q. What kind of man was Boaz before he married?
Q. Who was the greatest financier in the Bible?
A. Noah. He was floating his stock while everyone else was
Q. Who was the greatest female financier in the Bible?
A. Pharaoh’s daughter. She went to the bank of the Nile and
drew out a little profit.
Q. What kinds of motor vehicles are in the Bible?
A. The Lord drove Adam and Eve out in a Fury. David’s
Triumph was heard throughout the land. And a Honda,
because the apostles were all in one accord.
Q. Who was the greatest comedian in the Bible?
A. Samson. He brought the house down.
Q. What excuse did Adam give to his children about why they
no longer lived in Eden?
A. Your mother ate us out of house and home.
Q. Which servant of God was the most flagrant lawbreaker in
A. Moses. He broke all 10 Commandments at once.
Q. Which area of Palestine was especially wealthy?
A. The area around the Jordan. The banks were always over
Q. Who is the greatest babysitter mentioned in the Bible?
A. David. He rocked Goliath to a very deep sleep
Q. Which Bible character had no parents?
A. Joshua, son of Nun.
Just for Fun, with love, Pastor Scott
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
While we provide food for those in need all year long, we are gearing up for the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets that will be given out. Some of what we need to restock our shelves are, cereal, canned meats, applesauce, spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, cake mix, canned chicken, Salmon, brown sugar, powered sugar, peanut butter, fried onions, canned fruit, sloppy joe sauce, catchup, Stove Top, Raman Noodles, spaghetti, spaghetti and pie crusts. There is a box in the church coatroom for your donations. Any questions contact Barb Chambers @ 238-3949 or June McLean @ 233 – 8555.
Thank you for giving so generously!
November 19th at 6:00 pm. Bring some of your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes, desserts and neighbors to join us. Turkey and beverages will be provided. If you would like to cook one of the turkeys, please notify June McLean @ 233-8555
SUNDAY EVENING CHILD CARE
The purpose of the Sunday evening child care is to allow parents of young children to attend church-sponsored Sunday Evening programs without having to arrange for child care at their homes. Several church members have been glad to volunteer their own time so that parents can have child care on-site. Child care for Parents-Nigh-Out is not available at this time.
It is much wiser and safer to have a parent available in the church building in case of an emergency with the child arises. For that reason, we are implementing a simple procedure of asking the parent to indicate where they will be in the building. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Christian Education Team.
We will have a special worship service for Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November 22 at 7:00 p.m.
This is an informal time of praise and testimony which has become a holiday tradition.
The choir will rehearse right after the service. We have no Wednesday evening activities that week so people who travel for the holiday can get an early start.
Awana is for children age 2 – 12th grade. We meet Wednesday nights from
6:05 – 7:30 PM.
October was a busy month in the life of our Awana club. We grew in size from September, met some new friends, welcomed back some old friends, and are having fun learning more about Jesus our savior.
Eleven of our TnT clubbers and 4 adult leaders attended Junior Jam, an annual event held at Cedarville University for kid’s grades 3 – 6 Saturday October 14, 2017. We had fun and were amazed by the unique testimony presented by Christian juggler Jessie Joyner who captivated us with how he juggles many different objects all while delivering an incredible series of lessons that make up his testimony.
While clubbers and leaders were at Junior Jam, 2 of our Directors were refilling their tanks at the Awana leaders conference in Grove city Ohio.
Wednesday October 18 clubbers arrived to club eager to sport the self-generated hair styles in support of our theme “crazy hair night”. Clubbers and leaders ushered in a new style of hair care with Crazy Hair Night at Awana. Another night of fun and Bible learning complete with prizes and yes some interesting hair.
November will be dedicated to giving, clubbers have been asked to fill and bring in shoe boxes for Operation Christmas child, and will be asked to bring in non-perishable foods to help stock our food pantry to give love and food to the needy in our Church, neighborhood, and community for the holidays.
There will be NO club Wednesday November 22 for all to give thanks with their families.
Club will resume Wednesday November 29 where we will also open the 1st Awana store of the year for clubbers to get their first experience with the treasures the store shelves hold!
Thank you to all volunteer listeners who are helping our clubbers learn Gods word so they can begin hiding it in their hearts.
We ask that you continue to partner with us by praying for everyone involved in club each week, and for future clubbers that will visit our club. Thank-you for your continued support in this ministry!
Because Kids matter to God!
Cool with Christ
Tere Sharp, Co-Commander
SPECIAL BUSINESS MEETING
Sunday November 12, Immediately following the morning service will a special business meeting. Members are asked to attend and everyone else is invited to attend. We will be voting the 2018 church budget and the slate of new officers for 2018.
The revised 2018 budget is available on the white table in the foyer near the Connect Center. Changes are shaded in grey. This is the budget that will be voted on in our November 12h business meeting.
NOVEMBER MISSION FOCUS
At Dayton Christian Schools, we boldly proclaim a Christian worldview in all that we do. We seek to prepare our students for life by providing strong, Christ-centered, Biblically-based academics, a full spectrum of athletics, excellent fine arts, and a multitude of service opportunities. Along the way, our students are impacted daily by our “living curriculum”- our faculty and staff living out their own walk of faith before them. As a result, our students learn to seek God’s truth for their lives. A DCS graduate is prepared for college or the career world and ready to impact their world in a God-honoring way.
2017 SRBC WOMEN’S RETREAT
WHERE: Bergamo Center-4400 Shakertown Rd. Dayton OH 45430
WHEN: Friday Nov.3th 6-9:30 pm
Saturday Sat. Nov. 4th 8 am-5 pm
MEALS: Friday-no meals
Saturday-Full breakfast and light lunch
* Please bring a snack to share Friday that does not need to be
heated & can stay in a cooler if needed
*Ice water will be available between meals and there is a pop
COST PER PERSON: $30 (retreat only)
$62 (retreat- overnight double room) $80 (retreat- single room)
*Please see Colleen Goodman or Mary Ann Stemley for more
information if needed
If the cost is of concern, we will assist you in paying for the retreat.
SEE YOU THERE!
“What Kind of Throne?”
On Sunday evening, December 17th at 7 pm, the Choir and Youth Ensemble will be presenting “What Kind of Throne?”
It explores the reason why Almighty God would not only choose to come to earth as an infant to one day give His life to save us from our sin, but would choose to born into a poor family in lowly circumstances. We hope this retelling of His unfathomable love for us will help you draw closer to the God who sought us….and found us! Save the date & invite a friend!
Join us Tuesday November 14 at 5:30 pm for Messy Church! A relaxed and informal church with a warm welcome for the whole family and friends with a mix of crafts, songs, games, food and plenty of opportunity to have and make a mess! It’s all free and there’s something for everyone – why not come along and join us! *Note: If you are under 16, you will need to bring an adult with you.
We invite SRBC members and friends to come and check Messy Church out, a new ministry here for all.
Our Messy Church meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 5:30 – 7 pm. For questions call the church office at (937) 252-5311, or email us at email@example.com.
2017 CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
SRBC's annual Children's Christmas program is quickly approaching.
It is scheduled for Sunday evening, December 10, at 7 pm!
Please mark your calendars!
It will be for children 3 years through 6th grade. All children at SRBC are invited to be a part of the 2017 Christmas Program! The children will practice each Sunday during the Children’s Church portion of the morning service. It is very important that your child be at as many practices as possible. It’s not too late to become a part of this program which will be performed Sunday Evening, December 10 at 7 pm, with refreshments to follow. For questions please contact Colleen Goodman or Tere Sharp.
YOUTH SERVANT PROJECT
Saturday November 4, 2017 the youth will be working at the Dayton Christian Center from 10 am ~ 2 pm. We will be helping with the fall cleanup. Join us as we show our servant heart for this local mission.
Please meet at the church by 9:15 am we will be leaving by 9:30.
It is time to start planning for the Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes. There are a limited number of the pre-printed shoe boxes available this year (you can still use regular shoeboxes as well) Start planning and collecting items now for the shoeboxes. Boxes need to be turned in by
November 15. You can pick up more Info at the Connection center in the foyer.
DABA FALL GATHERING
Sunday, November 5, 2017
Omega Baptist Church,
1821 Emerson, Dayton, Ohio
The theme this year is “Transformed by The Journey” Pastor Ken Damon, Shroyer Baptist Church is the Preacher for the gathering.
The DABA Women’s Ministry will have the silent auction
of bakery goods.
Spinning Road Baptist has been asked to bring salads to this event.
If you would be able to provide a salad for this event, please contact
Make plans to join us SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12, as Rev. Mark Click joins us as guest speaker in the morning service while Pastor Scott is on vacation.
HANGING OF THE GREENS
On Sunday, November 26, 7:00 p.m. instead of our evening worship service, we will meet in the sanctuary to decorate the church for the Christmas season. After we finish decorating, we will sing some Christmas carols in the lighted sanctuary, and then share some refreshments downstairs.
- Time change is November 5
- November 14 Messy Church, Team Meetings, Church Council Meeting
- No activities November 22
There will be a luncheon for Veterans and their family after church on November 5th, as an appreciation for their service. There is a sign-up sheet in the foyer so we will know how many are planning to attend.
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
Meetings are at 5:30 pm Mondays. More info, contact
Gertrude Prince @ 878-0398.
7:00 pm at Stevenson Elementary. For More info, contact Dave Look
SUNDAY ~ Y. A. M. (YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY)
6-8 p.m. in the SRBC Sunday School Wing. This is for young adults after High School Graduation through 30 years old. More info contact Jim Look@ 256-6456 or Mary Ann Stemley@253-3375
GOSPEL MISSION ~ 1ST FRIDAY
Volunteers go to Gospel Mission to help. More info, contact Rita Look @ 429-0719.
S.A.S. (SENIORS AT SERVICE) ~ 1st Friday
Meet at 12:30 p.m. the first Friday of the month. The senior members of the church and friends meet at different restaurants for a dine-out November 10 we will meet Bob Evans @ Linden Ave.
For more info, contact Shirley Fall @ 254-2484
Messy Church ~ 2nd Tuesday
Messy Church is a way of being church for individuals of all ages that involve fun, food and play. This is Church, but not like you’ve ever known before. 5:30 – 7 pm.
TEAM AND CHURCH COUNCIL MEETINGS
November 14, 2017 Team Meetings will start @ 7 pm and the Church Council Meeting @ 8 pm.
MEN’S BREAKFAST ~ 1st Saturday (October – May)
Join us at 8:00 am for breakfast, devotional time, and Christian fellowship with other men of the church.