Church Office Closed for Thanksgiving
11/23 : Open 9am-1pm
A Visit from Our Missionaries
On Sunday, November 27, Drs. Lynn and Sharon Fogleman will give a presentation during the Sunday school hour. The Foglemans are a missionary couple who we have supported for over 20 years, most recently at the Red Bird medical clinic in Kentucky. They are now transitioning to South Sudan, where they will work for a community-based health care and disciple-making mission. Come hear more about their transition and new ministry. The program will be from 9:45-10:45 in the Bradshaw Room.
Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries
Special Offering Nov. 20
We have an opportunity to support Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries with a special offering on Sunday November 20th. Special offering envelopes will be available during worship. Please consider a generous gift to this ministry.
Help to further our hospitality and welcome by joining Alter Guild. Through the simple act of maintaining and preparing our Sanctuary for Worship, you are saying “welcome” to all the people who enter this place. The work of Alter Guild volunteers says: “We care about our Worship and we care that you, our visitors and members, are here today.” Please consider offering your time to the Alter Guild. Contact Susan Grubbs (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Bibles for Second Graders
On Sunday, November 20th we will presenting each second grader at Duke Memorial with their very own Children’s Bible. If you have a child in second grade please email Faith Dickens (email@example.com) with your child’s full name to be printed in their Bible and plan to be present during worship on November 20th so that you can come forward with your child as they receive their Bible.
Cirlce 8 will meet on November 15, 10:00am at Betty Craig’s Croasdaile apartment (A014). Dr. Charles Mercer will be the speaker.
Medicare Annual Election Period:
It Pays to Compare
Senior PharmAssist, a local nonprofit since 1994, is eager to help any Medicare beneficiary in Durham, regardless of age or income, review Medicare drug and medical coverage options for 2012. Senior PharmAssist is now the North Carolina Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) coordinating site for Durham. Individuals with Medicare should understand their coverage options because there can be major changes each year, especially with prescription coverage. Obtaining reliable, objective advice is valuable. Two-thirds of Senior PharmAssist participants during the past two years switched prescription coverage for an average savings of $500.00 per person. For an appointment or more information call (919)688-4772. Don’t delay – Medicare’s annual election period ends December 7.