Each year, Brookwood participates in a fundraiser to benefit our community. This year, the special offering called “Heal our Community” will benefit MPower and True Vine Food Bank. As you know, both of these ministries provide incredible opportunities for life transformation. Please consider making a gift between November 15th and 29th; indicate BMUAF in the memo of your check.

Examples of what your donation goes toward:

- 5 calculators for GED students
- 15 bus passes for patients/students
- 3 glucose meters for diabetics

- 2 vials of insulin
- 1 learning/reading/GED assessment test for students
- 5 Bibles for students/patients

- 1 set of GED study books
- 10 lipid profile tests for patients
- GED test fee for 1 student
- medication for 4 patients
Sunday, Nov. 15th Sermon

Living by Grace

Dr. Bryant Strain, Preaching

Join us Sundays at 11am in Person or Online.
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As of November 8th

Receipts to Date: $362,151
Budget to Date:  $404,031
Sunday School meets at 9:30 am.
Please don't forget to register for both Sunday School & Worship.
Preschool families should register by Thursday at 8:00 pm.

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for the Barnettes.
“Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.”
Romans 12:12
If you are interested in contributing to the Love Offering for the Barnettes, please make checks payable to Brookwood Baptist Church and add "Love Offering" on memo line.

Please note that these donations are not tax deductible.
This year we will continue our tradition of Thanksgatherings, but in a slightly different way. On Sunday, November 22nd we will meet in person (in the sanctuary) and online (via Zoom) at 5:00 pm. If you participated in the Called Business meeting after the worship service on Sunday, November 8, you have a sense of how this will work. From within the Zoom meeting, the service portion will be livestreamed, then we’ll have an opportunity for a small group experience. (Note: For speaker only view click the words "Speaker View" at the top of the screen)

We will offer a short service of gratitude and thanks that will include Scripture, song and communion. For those participating via Zoom, you will need to have communion elements (bread & cup) prepared ahead of time so you may participate in the Lord’s supper. This will be followed up with “break out groups” for those on Zoom, each lead by a host, to offer a small group experience in which people may share what they are grateful for in this difficult season we are all journeying through. There will also be a corresponding time of group sharing in the sanctuary.

Links to the Zoom meeting will be provided the week before our gatherings in our regular email communications. We look forward to coming together for the sole purpose of giving thanks to the One who has given us so much in this life and the next.
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