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Backpack Ministry – 6:30pm-7pm
Sunday School – 9:45AM
Middle and High School classes
The Truth is a six-session study that will help students engage and understand the basic doctrines—the core beliefs and principles—of the Christian faith. The study will focus on what the Bible teaches on key issues such as God, humanity, the person and work of Jesus, the kingdom of God, the Holy Spirit, and the church.
YOUTH THANKSGIVING @ THE ROWE’S – NOVEMBER 11
The Rowe Family will host the youth Thanksgiving dinner at their home in Lexington at 4:00pm on Sunday, November 11.
YOUTH: BACKPACK NIGHTS
In order to fulfill our commitment of providing food for students at Northside Elementary, we will be meeting on the following dates to pack two weeks worth of bags; November 14, 28 and December 12.
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY / HANGING OF THE GREEN’S SERVICE – DECEMBER 2
The Annual MBC Children’s Christmas party will be held on December 2nd from noon until 5:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided. The youth will be helping Andrea and leading the Hanging of the Green service.
YOUTH CHRISTMAS PARTY – DECEMBER 5
The Youth Facebook page is designed to inform the students and parents via social media of upcoming youth events and church news. It’s a closed group and member requests will be sent to one of the administrators of page to accept your request.
M-Fuge – Summer Camp
Dates: July 1-6, 2019
Location: University of Mobile, Alabama
Deposit and Cost: TBA
YOUTH SPOTLIGHT – ERIN McQUEEN
Erin McQueen has almost completed her project for her Girl Scout Gold Award (comparable to Eagle Scout in the Boy Scout system) and her service project to develop a community meditation garden on the grounds here at Midway Baptist Church. She completed her first phase which was to collect 400 pounds of plastic tops to make a bench. Erin, June Baker, and Girl Scout troop leader, Tonya Lee, (and a few others) headed to Evansville, Indiana to turn in the tops. They enjoyed the trip and were very excited to finally see the bench.
Erin wants to thank Evan who was at the church and was available to lift the very heavy 187 pound bench from the trailer. The bench will be placed in the front of the church, in the area near the dogwood tree as a place for not only the church but those in the community to enjoy. Erin would like to thank Tonya and Mike Lee for driving to Indiana, Boy Scout Troop 1 for letting her use their trailer, and all who helped her collect the 400 pounds of bottle caps. Make sure you check out the garden coming soon and admire the wonderful bench.