First Christian Church
2320 Country Club Rd
Winston-Salem, NC  27104
November 22nd of ' 19
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In This Issue
Serving in Worship This Sunday
November 24, 2019

Preaching:  Rev. David Harrison

Acolyte: Aleks Malay

Elders: Connie Hance and Cheryl Askew
Deacons: Ron Minnix, Asa and Lindsey Haddock

Worship Leader: Shellie Veschio

Director of Music Ministries: Regina Pozzi

Opportunities for Service & Fellowship

Sunday School                        9:30 a.m.      
Fellowship T ime                   10:30 a.m.    
Sunday Service                     11:00 a.m.
Thanksgiving Offering
Youth                                       5:00 p.m.
(l eaves FCC  for Interfaith)
Interfaith Service at               5:30 p.m.
Knollwood Baptist

T uesday
Men's Lunch Bunch             11:30 a.m.
@ Clemmons Kitchen

Creative Palooza will open     7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Forsyth Co. Schools are closed
Noon Day Bible Study CANCELLED
Choir Rehearsal                      7:00 p.m.


Church and Palooza are closed all day Thursday and Friday

Community Interfaith  Thanksgiving Service

THIS SUNDAY,  November 24th at 5:30 p.m.

Hosted by Knollwood Baptist Church
330 Knollwood Street, Winston Salem NC 27104

Let us join together in this beautiful service of gratitude with a 50+ year history.

We will gather with our neighbors for a reception after the service.

Please bring non-perishable food donations for Crisis Control Ministry

Monetary Donations  benefit Samaritan Ministries
Girls that Give

Did you know?
Most people walk an average  of four miles a day, 
but our homeless  neighbors average ten-a painful  difference.

Did you know?
Socks are the least-donated clothing items 
and yet the most in-demand for our local brothers and sisters in desperate need.

There are two main reasons socks are among the most valuable
piece of clothing to people without permanent housing:
1. Feet work overtime when there's no cozy home
    (and laundry room) to return to each night.
2. Socks and underwear aren't often donated
    or, when they are,  the goods cannot be sanitized and put to use.

Help us help the homeless!

New socks of any style or color --  Sizes infant to adult --  Gloves --  Toboggans

Drive Dates: Oct.  20th - Dec. 20th 2019

Delivery will be made to those in need in time for Christmas !!
C WF Day Group Nut Sale

Please also note the limited quantities of the following items are available:  
pecan halves, pecan pieces, black walnuts, deluxe mixed nuts, 
sweet & salty trail mix as well as  chocolate cashews.  Yummm!

If you would like to make a purchase, please contact Marilyn Cardwell at 336-722-7757.

DWM/CWF Day Group

We have several cardboard boxes of a few sizes that would be appropriate for holiday shipping; a vailable ask Jesse.
Crisis Control Ministry

Dear Friends,

Crisis Control Ministry has requested for the month of November COOKING OIL.  
I will admit that it is not the most exciting thing to gather, but it is an essential ingredient.  
In today's world, emphasis is on healthy meals and healthy meals begin with healthy ingredients. 
I would suggest you choose Canola or Corn oil in small containers  so that your gift can be shared by more people.  I saw a billboard today stating "Hunger never takes a Vacation." 
With the holidays quickly approaching, put several of those bottles in your cart, 
and place them in the white bin in the Education Hallway. 

As always, you will be blessed,
Becky Minnix
Christian Action Ministry
Palooza Wish List
Art/School Supplies:
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Washable Paint
  • Colored Pencils
  • Wooden pencils
  • Small pencil erasers (to go on pencils)
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Multi-color, multi-size paper
  • Modeling clay
  • Pipe cleaners 
  • Glitter
  • Hot glue sticks
  • Duct tape
  • Dry erase markers 
  • Coloring books -
  • Blue tacky
  • Glue dots
  • Children's yoga mats
  • Floor cushions for children
  • Play-Doh 
  • Legos
  • Diverse children's books
  • Floor puzzles 
  • Kid's jigsaw puzzles
  • Bingo for kids 
  • Minecraft games/legos
  • Map posters
  • Motivational posters
Youth Happenings

Hello and Happy November!

Thanks so much to all the youth and their families who helped make this year's Trunk-or-treat a success. Their face-painting talent and trunk-decorating skills were a sight to behold! :)
During the month of November, our theme will be Service. We will discuss ways that we can serve God and others in the different spheres of our community. Each week, we will pick one ministry that we feel God is leading us to support in each of these four spheres:

Week one: Our Church's ministries
Week two: Winston-Salem ministries
Week three: United States ministries
Week four: International ministries

Please keep these students in your prayers as they continue to be the hands and feet of Christ in their communities!



To those interested in renewing our PINC (Partners In Christ) meetings, please respond in an e-Mail. In your answer, please relate the following answers:
  1. Your level of interest
  2. Evenings that you Cannot meet
  3. Types of activities that interest you
Our goal is to meet together and get to know each other in a more personal way. In sharing various activities, I think we accomplish that in a very Christ-like way.

In the past in addition to opening devotionals (when appropriate) we have performed several service projects - Valentine and Easter Baskets for seniors, Preparation of eggs for our Easter egg hunt,and help with fund-raising projects of the church. In addition we have prepared items for sale to raise funds and had sale of donated items.  We have also participated in fun activities such as movies, bowling, art and wine parties, and dinners out. We also had interesting speakers for our meetings as well as instructors for arts and crafts projects.

Your response to this message is important in deciding the future of PINC.

Janice Taylor

Attendance for Worship Service

You will find a black book for members and visitors alike to sign.  Please complete your information and pass it along to the person next to you. If you are the last person to sign the book on the row, pass it back to the beginning. The first person who signed will remove the sheet and place it in the offering plate .
Listen to Sermons Online

You can listen to sermons online here: A big thanks to Andy Askew for recording the sermon audio every Sunday!
Samaritan Ministries

The shelter has a year-round list of needs that are always appreciated. They especially have shortages of men's deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors, and socks.  Food items are canned meats and #10 size canned fruits, vegetables and applesauce. Please place your items next to the white bin in the foyer outside the office or in the church office.
Online Giving Options!

You will now be able to use your paypal account or credit card! Go to  and click on the donate or give with givelify button under the search bar on the right hand side of the website page. It will lead you to paypal or givelify's secure pages in order to give. It even gives you the option to enroll for monthly giving so you don't forget your offering! 

You can download either of the apps as well to your smart phone! 

Check out our website for more information: