Sunday, July 31, 2011

Summer Afternooners at Hudson's Smokehouse

Our Summer Afternooners group enjoyed a lovely lunch out at Hudson's Smokehouse in July. As always, it was a great time of food and fellowship together!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

New Adult Sunday School Class - The Wired Word

The InBetweeners Sunday School Class has started a new series which takes current events from the headline news and shows us how to apply the Bible, our faith and our beliefs in responding and addressing these issues. If you've been considering Sunday School, why not give "The Wired Word" a try? There is a new topic each week so you can start anytime! Also, the lesson is sent to all class members via e-mail, usually Thursday or Friday, so they can read more about what's going to be discussed on Sunday morning. If you'd like to be added to the e-mail list, please let the Church Office know. Hope to see you Sunday Morning at 9:15!

Pancake Breakfast/Silent Auction

There will be a Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction to benefit the Phillip Moore Cancer Fund on August 6th, 8-10AM at FATZ in Lexington. Phillip is the son of one of our church members, Norma Moore. Tickets are $7 (kids under 6 eat free with a paid adult). Cash Gratuities accepted - all go to the cancer fund! Breakfast includes a stack of pancakes, sausage, fruit, and unlimited beverage refills. All prepared by the good folks at FATZ and served by LHS Classmates, Friends, and Family of Phillip Moore - all proceeds go to cancer fund.

Read Phillip's story at

Silent auction items include an autographed baseball signed by Ray Tanner, Nascar Tire signed by Jeff Gordon, Papa Hendricks, Rick Hendricks, and Pit Crew , Biltmore Estate Package, Tera's Merle Norman gift package, $50 Premier Jewelry Gift Certificate, Signed artwork by Phillip Moore and local artists, and much more!

Contact or the church office for more information.

Monday, July 25, 2011

St. James Sunday

This past Sunday everyone was given a seashell pin to wear! The shell is the symbol of St. James the Greater, the saint for whom our church is named. Pilgrims travel along the coastline of Spain to walk along “The Way of St. James” every year at this time in his honor. As they walk, they pick up shells and affix them to their hats and on their person. Yesterday, July 2, when we picked up a shell, it represented our own earthly pilgrimage as we follow Jesus.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Chowing Down at Creekside

The OWLs met for lunch this month  at the Creekside Restaurant in Lexington! As always, a good time was had by all and the food was great!