3/27/22 Announcements

March's Collection - LifePoints

Sunday 3/27 - Church service at Belvidere - Bro. Jonathan Hodel’s family plans to travel to Belvidere to help encourage this small congregation. If you would like to join them, please meet in the church parking lot at 8:00 AM on Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Bro. Jonathan.

Wednesday 3/30 - Pre-Communion Message - Following the pre-communion message we will have a member meeting. Converts are welcome to attend the meeting.

Saturday 4/2

  • Cemetery clean up at 8.00 AM - We could use more string trimmers this year, thanks in advance for your participation

  • Testimonies at 6:45: Samantha Bertschi, Amanda Durand, Wyatt Gerber, Gabby Yordy (testimonies will be available live through AC Central)


Sunday 4/10

  • Palm Sunday Program at 9:30

  • Sunday School Easter Program at 11:30

  • Communion at 6:00 Sunday 4/24 - ACYF Day in Morton

Friday 4/29 - Save the Date for Ladies’ Night - “Planting Seeds of Wisdom” from 6:45 - 8:30. More details will follow.

Young Group Weekly Updates - If you are interested in getting the young group updates, please contact roanokeyounggroup@gmail.com

Jr High Boys Camp Needs Support Staff - The camp will be held June 10-12 (with counselors & support staff arriving the evening of June 9) this year at the 4-H camp at Allerton Park in Monticello, IL. This year, we face some unique challenges where we are in dire need of counselors and other supporting staff. Regardless of whether or not you have done something like this before or are inexperienced, we need you! If we don’t get enough counselors volunteering to help, we will have to limit the number of campers that can attend. Contact Dustin/Mandy Hodel or Stephen/Susan Bertschi with any questions or to sign up. (see attachment below for more information)

Thank You from the Stollers - It is nearly impossible to find words that express how very much you all mean to us. God may have moved us away 11 years ago, but Roanoke will always be home and you all always welcome us with open arms when we come back to visit. This past week you have wrapped us in loving arms and covered us with loving support and prayers as we brought our precious Michael hope to be laid to rest.  We will never be able to thank you enough for all the love and care shown to us. The beautiful singing, and memorial service were such a comfort to our aching hearts. The delicious meal and all those who worked to prepare it and serve it were much appreciated. We miss our sweet Michael, he leaves a huge hole in our lives, but we rejoice that he is healed and pain free and with his Jesus who he loved so much. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for every part you played in easing our sadness. God bless you!

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