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From Sunday:
God's calling on your will have an impact even longer than your lifetime. That's the whole point of this series but I want to end with one more huge truth.
Bring someone with you. As you go live the mission you were made for, don't go alone. Bring someone along for the ride. This may be the single greatest leadership lesson we learn from the life of Jesus. . . Bring someone with you. You know how many times it says Jesus took his disciples and they went somewhere? Me neither. I started counting through the Gospels and lost track because just about every time he went some where he intentionally brought people with him. There are examples when he was alone.  But the evidence is abundantly clear that with incredible intentionality Jesus brought people with him. 
As you serve in a ministry, invite someone to serve with you. Would you like to try being an usher or greeter? Bring someone with you. . .

En Agape',  
Rev. Michael Weeks



Next Sunday:


 

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Monday: Office open until 3 p.m. to receive VBS donations
Tuesday: Meals on Wheels - Kristen Wilton 
Elders Meeting - 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday: Kathleen is out of the office
Saturday - Disciples Women Meeting - 10:00 a.m.
Sunday: Father's Day
Youth Sunday; ONE Worship - 11:00 a.m.


2019 Vacation Bible School


June 17- June 21 
9:00 am - 12:00 pm. 
for Kindergarten - Fifth Graders
11353 Mount Hermon Road
Ashland, VA 23005
 
 
At Roar, kids explore God's goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wild life. 
Thanks to everyone who already donated VBS supplies! The office is open until three o'clock today if you have any else to drop off.

Vacation Bible School participants will lead worship, sharing the Bible stories they learned, the songs they sang and the community they shared on VBS Sunday, June 23rd;  ONE Worship at 11 am followed by a Potluck Picnic in the Pavilion.


Senior Rides
ACES joined with MCEF (Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Functions) in 2014 to offer rides to seniors (60+) who are no longer able to drive but would like to stay in their home as long as possible. This free transportation program is for scheduled medical appointments, grocery shopping and for personal business, such as banking. Our riders must be ambulatory. We also provide rides to anyone who may have a medical condition that requires frequent trips for medical treatments such as dialysis or chemotherapy. An envelope is provided to our riders so that, if they wish, they can make a donation to help sustain our program.
Our volunteer drivers are paid 25 cents per mile and are provided liability insurance coverage. Potential drivers are required to provide a valid driver's license, their DMV record and give ACES permission to request a background check. They are also required to take 8 hours of driver's safety training (usually provided by AARP). All expenses are paid by ACES. Through a web-based program, volunteer drivers can select rides, based on their schedule. We ask that the drivers try to give at least 4 rides per month.
If you are interested in becoming a rider or a driver, in our program, please contact us at 804-543-6115 or via email at youraces@verizon.net. If you desire, the packets for both rider and driver are available for download on our website: www.aceshanover.org . Select the "About Us" tab and then "Services" to find those packets. Once the form is completed, send it to: ACES, P. O. Box 114, Ashland, VA 23005.




Sunshine Tours has only have 13 seats available on the bus leaving from Richmond to go to Northern Kentucky to visit the Creation Museum .  Anyone interested should call Sunshine @ 1-800-552-0022 to hold a seat and give the $50.00 deposit on credit card or can mail it in.  The balance will be due the first of August.  T here are wheelchairs and scooters available on a first come service.  If anyone has a foldable wheelchair,  they are welcome to bring along on the bus.
 
CRAIG SPRINGS SUMMER CAMP 2019
2019 Summer Camp

Campers love to receive mail!  Postal service in Craig County is slow. Mail your letters early!  Even "overnight" packages mailed in-state can take more than three days to arrive. Please allow plenty of time for mail to travel to camp. 

Campers Name (session of camp) 
Craig Springs Camp 
30 Craig Springs Circle 
New Castle, VA 24127
 
Nature Camp - June 23-28; Amy Jones, Kerby Dalton
Kendall Dalton, Ruthie Weeks

AMPDD Camp - July 8-13;
Elena Highfield, Ava Verrier-Naas

Triple 1 - July 14-19; Ann Bremner, Kerby Dalton
Kendall Dalton, John Weeks, Ruthie Weeks

Triple 2 - July 28-August 2; Lois Haines
Elena Highfield, Owen Highfield, Ava Verrier-Nass

New Covenant Camp - August 4-9; Janet Williams, Ruthie Weeks
Tristan Goodman

Family Camp - August 9-12;  Lois Haines, Don Richardson

sanctuary flowers
Sanctuary Flowers

If you would like to purchase flowers in memory of or in honor of a loved one, t he next available date is August 18 th.

The price is $27.00 with checks made payable to Slash Christian Church. Orders do not have to be prepaid.


Craig Springs Needed Camp Supplies list from Kerby Dalton
These are much needed items for camp this summer.   Please sign up on the sheet on the back table in church before purchasing the items.     
 
Big utility trash cans; old or cheap (3)
Can of wall paint: green,  Can of wall paint: blue,  Can of wall paint: red
Plain white shirts for kids; t hird grade- fifth grade   
Hula Hoops (15),  Kickballs (2), Bases, Cones,   Leis (40) 
Roll of Toilet Paper, C oloring books,  Crayons, Washable markers, Glow sticks, poster board, old washcloths, Chocolate M&Ms
Rocks to paint, p aint brushes,  Crayola Washable 16 oz bottles of paint: red, orange, yellow, blue, purple
Snacks:  Individuals chips, Cookies, Gummies, Water bottles, Red Solo cups (40)            
  If you would rather give a monetary donation please give this to either Kerby Dalton or Angie Dalton



~Josh Pittman (best friend of Joey Oliva; MRMC with severe stomach pains)
~Chris Carroll (friend of Nancy Farrell; stroke)
~Blaine Prince (friend of John Weeks; growth issues; possible tumor)
~Tootie Blake (friend of Lois Haines)
~Frankie Cornwell (mother of Ginnie Caudell)
~Dave Lamamma (friend of Christine Harrison; stage 4 esophogeal cancer)
~Jerry Hatton (friend of Steve Harrison; car accident)
~Brenna Canning (granddaughter of Frank Burkett; back in the hospital; difficulty with anti-rejection drugs)
~Barbara Webster (friend of the Weeks'; hit by car in crosswalk)
~Bob Henderson (started new round of chemo)
~Rebecca Loving (granddaughter of Brooken and Sandra Loving)
~Bob and Mary Cook (brother and sister-in-law of Julie Moore; Bob hospitalized, Mary has shingles and pnumonia)
~Steve Bunce (brother of Gail Hellermann; bipolar, having lots of issues)
~Gabe Fuson (friend of Joel West; injured in accident; critical condition)
~John Verrick and Kelly Graham (nephew of Jessica Colbert; had a seizure and his  mother diagnosed with stage 3 sarcoma)
~Maria Goodman (former coworker of Judy Pierce; VCU burn unit from house fire)
~William Yauger (Barbara Stanley's brother-in-law; lesions)
~ Linda Peters (mother of Elmer Peters)
~Kathy Whiteside (friend of the Don and Julie Moore)
~Rhonda Dole (sucessful brain surgery; friend of the Hellermanns)
~Jody (friend of Hellermann's; breast cancer)
~Keith Boyer and family (home; continues rehab)
~Robert Munn (friend of Tori Goodman; home with months of recovery ahead)
~Beth Bareford and family (neighbor of Becky Baugher; cancer)
~Jessica Thompson (niece of Jessica Colbert)
~Justin Staples and family (friend of Nancy Farrell; cancer) 
~Joyce McDowell (aunt of Harold Manahan)
~The Scott family (cousin of Gail Hellermann; stage 4 colon cancer)
~Pam Brown (friend of Gail Hellermann)
~Doris Talley (mother of Cathy Tillman; staying with Cathy)
~ Sydni Meadows (friend of Amy Jones; Crones disease)
~John Cox (mentor of Buddy Fowler; hospice care)
~Shelby Slaughter (friend of Elana Gant)
~Betty Pierce (home)
~ Nick Harrison (father of Steve Harrison)
~ Charlie League (friend of Patsy Fowler)
~Dianne Jones 
~Iris Epps (friend of Gail Hellermann)
All military personnel, first responders and their families
Unspoken prayer concerns

Love and sympathy are extended to...
Brooke Andrews upon the death of her mom.  Brook is a friend of Avery Pierce.
The family of Henry Morin at his death right before granduation.


Joys
The Stanley's celebrating their 57th anniversary
Irene Wells' oldest grandson graduating from Douglas Freeman
Janet Williams doing well in Spain
Julie and Don Moore expecting two grandchildren in December

We will see you Sunday!
Slash Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
11353 Mt. Hermon Rd. | Ashland, VA  23005 | 804.798.4520 
 



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