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Christmas Bazaar To Offer
Angels, Santas, Much More
Angel and Santa figures in all
shapes and sizes will he among the
handcrafted items offered at the an
nual Camp United Methodist
Church Christmas Bazaar.
The bazaar will he held Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13. from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sponsored hy the women of the
church, the event will feature hand
crafted items such as dolls, baskets,
needlework and woodcrafts; home
made jams, jellies and baked goods;
Christmas ornaments and decora
tions: and a "nice twice" shop.
Churchwomen have been holding
workshops all year in preparation
for the bazaar, said spokeswoman
Instead of the usual luncheon,
sandwiches, cakes, pies, muffins,
ham biscuits, coffee and drinks will
be on sale both days.
Camp Church is located on Main
Zion UMC Bazaar
Zion United Methodist Church
will host a barbecue and bazaar Nov.
1 3 beginning at 11 a.m.
Plates of home-cooked barbecue
will be served with potato salad,
cole slaw and hush puppies and will
sell for $4 each. There will also be a
Proceeds will go to the church
' Young At Heart*
The Little River United Methodist
Church will sponsor a "Young at
Heart" club at 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Participants are asked to bring a
The church is at U.S. 17 and Min
Bible Drill Seminar
An introductory Bible drill work
shop will he held by the Brunswick
Baptist Association Monday, Nov.
15. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the As
sociation Resource Center.
Karen Rose will serve as the con
ference leader. Local church leaders
can become acquainted with new
children's Bible drill materials for
1994. as well as motivational tech
niques and procedures for conduct
The Resource Center is located on
U.S. 17 Business between Supply
Youth Council Meeting
The Brunswick Baptist Associa
tion is organizing an Associational
A meeting will be held Thursday.
Nov. 18. from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at
the Association Resource Center on
U.S. 17 Business north of Supply.
Each member church of the associa
tion is being encouraged to send
both a youth and an adult represen
McMillan At Chapel
The Rev. Charles McMillan, a
Baptist minister from Raleigh, is the
pastor of the week at The Holden
He will speak at the 1 1 a.m. wor
ship service Sunday. Nov. 14, at the
interdenominational chapel on
Rothschild Street, across from
Holden Beach Town Hall. A nursery
is provided. Sunday school begins at
Craft, Bake Sale Set
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Church of Noiih Myrtle Beach,
S.C., will hold a craft show and bake
sale Nov. 19 and 20.
Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri
day and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1
Crafts suitable for early Christ
mas shopping and homemade good
ies will be featured, including a $1
and under section for youngsters to
shop "for that special someone."
All proceeds go to the new church
Calvary Baptist Church will hold
its homecoming service Sunday,
Nov. 14, at 11 a.m.
Speaker will be the Rev. Mike
Vipperman. A covered dish lun
cheon will follow the service.
The church is at 623 Village
Road. N.C. 179.
Agio w Hears Simmons
Joanna Simmons of Myrtle
Beach, S.C., will be the guest speak
er for the November meeting of the
Shallotte Women's Aglow Fellow
The meeting will be held Satur
day, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m., with fel
lowship and refreshments beginning
at 9:30 a.m. at the Shallotte Senior
Center, Main Street, Shallotte. This
is the club's new meeting place.
Simmons serves on the executive
board of Aglow in Myrtle Beach
and has been a volunteer with the
Guardian Ad Litem program for the
past two years. She and her husband.
Jim. have a 5-year-old daughter.
All women and teen-age girls are
invited to attend. For more informa
tion contact Irene McCrackin at
287-39814 or Jean Barber, nights, at
Jennings To Speak
The Rev. Wesley Jennings will be
guest speaker this Sunday. Nov. 14.
at the Oak Island Presbyterian
Sunday School is at 9:15 a.m..
with worship services at 10:15.
Memorial Service Set
Our Lady Queen of the Rosary
Knights of Columbus will sponsor a
memorial service to honor all de
ceased United States military veter
ans. Knights of Columbus members
and American lx'giona and Veterans
of Foreign Wars members on
Thursday, Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. at St.
Brendan the Navigator Catholic
The church is three miles south of
Shallotte on U.S. 17.
Everyone is invited, regardless of
religious faith, a church spokesman
Gospel Sing Set
, The Faith Gospel Singers of Tho
masville will be at Shallotte Pente
costal Holiness Church in Shallotte
Sunday. Nov. 14. at 2 p.m.
The church is located on Bridgers
Road, off N.C. 130 in Shallotte.
Curtis Coleman, pastor, invites
60 CROP Walkers Raise $3,000 For Hunger Relief
Approximately 60 people from
across the South Brunswick Islands
area participated Sunday in the sec
ond local CROP walk for hunger re
Participants walked a 3.2-mile
route through Sea Trail Plantation,
Sunset Beach, and collected pledges
of money from sponsors for each
Approximately 53,000 was raised,
said Don Eggert, coordinator.
"We're grateful for all the support
we've received, that there are so
many caring people in this commu
Of the $3,000. one-fourth, or
about S750, will remain in the com
munity. Those funds will be used by
the South Brunswick Interchurch
Council, local walk sponsor, to as
sist needy residents of the communi
ty with food and other emergency
needs. Among other efforts, the
council sponsors a food bank and
CROP, the acronym for Christian
Relief Overseas Project, is spon
sored by Church World Service.
Funds raised by CROP walks are
providing hunger relief in former
Yugoslavia and Somalia and emer
Local Free Will Baptists Give
To Mount Olive College Fund
The Free Will Baptist churches of
Brunswick and Onslow counties
contributed $3,865 at the annual
Mount Olive College gift support
dinner Nov. 1 at Dixon High School.
Of the 93 people attending, 14
participated in the 1993 Bridge Buil
der program to make unrestricted
gifts of $100 or more at the dinner.
Seventeen county dinners are held
each year throughout eastern North
Carolina during October and Nov
ember to help provide unrestricted
gifts and scholarships for Mount
Olive College. In addition to finance
support, the dinners provide a means
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Worship Scrvicc Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School al 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
would like to welcome you to our...
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship Service 1 1 :00 AM
Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wed. Bible Study 7:00 PM
Come and worship the Lord with us.
Rev. Robert Tilley
Village Point Rd.-Shallotte Point
The South Brunswick walk is one
of about 90 held in North and South
Carolina each year, said Eggert.
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worship Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellow-ship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Jerry Lowry
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (Hwy. 904)
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Residents keep active on a rainy day by playing balloon volleyball
News from the Activity Department
November 12-Pancake breakfast for the men. Rev. C. Richardson, guest speaki
3:00 PM-Tea party for the ladies
November 14-Puppet Show, public is invited
November 19-2:00 PM-November Festival ? Games and prizes with refreshment
November 26-2:00 PM-Christmas Tree Trimming. Family and public invited.
Refreshments served. Please come join us!
Anyone who would like to donate Christmas decorations, please contact Sherry Cooper.
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Q19?3 THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
ERNEST BEHRLE, a member of Camp United Methodist Church,
puts the finishing touches on a sign in front of the church an
nouncing the churchwomen's Christmas bazaar this Friday and
Saturday. All proceeds will be used for community outreach.
All Ages Sunday School-1 0:00 am
Worship and Communion- 1 1 :00 am
Sunday Evening Worship-7.00 pm
Wednesday Evening Worship-7:00 pm
casual dress ? nursery provided
Jack D. Hancox, Pastor
1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd SW
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr., Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
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Samuel W. Kirtley, M.D. (Family Practice)
For Complete Outpatient Medical Care
Routine Health Maintenance
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Laboratory & X-Ray Facilities
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Located off Hwv. 1 7 at Union School Road
Open Mon.-Fri., 9 A.M. to 6 P.M., Sat. 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
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C199? THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
A Full Gospel
fGB | Mf) Fellowship
will have a
COVERED DISH BANQUET
Friday, Nov. 12 at 6:30 PM at
Lockwood Folly District II
Community Center Building
GUEST SPEAKER: Tommy Hawk
Tommy Hawk has a world-wide ministry as a speaker for
conventions, rallies and seminars. He travels nationally and
internationally giving his personal testimony, teaching on "HOW
TO WALK IN LOVE" una singing as a Country en Western .?
Gospel recording artist. He has appeared on the 700 Club, Lester j|
Sumrall PTL Satellite, Miami Voice "Wayne Cockran," Channel |
40 Pittsburgh, Gary Randall Show, Portland, OR. Tommy is also
in demand as a FGBMFI convention speaker.
However, Tommy's life wasn't always one of living for the
Lord, Jesus Christ. After many years of serving the world as a
successful country entertainer, he decided to leave the nightclub
life for a career in the business world. Tommy moved to
Cleveland, Ohio. There he soon became involved in the mafia and
drugs. He and his wife Shelia found themselves addicted to
cocaine and in the middle of a $10 million mafia loan. A
HOPELESS SITUATION WITH NO WAY OUT?? Wrong! His
testimony is uplifting and shows how the power of Jesus can
completely change lives, turn a husband and wife from drug
addicts and set captives free, even from the grip of the mafia.
RESULTS: Tommy and Shelia now travel together ministering
in the Word with signs andi
wonders following. Healing and
deliverance results as they lay
hands on the captives.
DIRECTIONS: Follow Hwy.
130 toward Holden Beach.
Take the left fork just past
Sharon Methodist Church. Go
approx. 2/10 of a mile. Center
is on the right.
Please join us at 6:30 pm for a meal and
warm Christian fellowship .