Mount Horeb is on Facebook! We will still maintain our cemetary information and prayer list here at our website, but please see the new Facebook page for the most update pictures and events:
A “BIG” country breakfast will be served at 7:30 in the Fellowship Hall.
Please plan to stay and worship with us at 11:00 a.m.
On March 10, Mount Horeb hosted a Chili Cook-off. Church members brought their favorite recipes and let the judging begin. There was a free will offering that benefited Ronald McDonald House.
Mount Horeb member Rebecca Bosserman, and one of her college friends recently traveled to Bangladesh for a mission trip through Habitat for Humanity. They told us about their trip at the most recent contemporary service. In addition to telling us their stories, they also shared pictures videos and some souvenirs from their trip.
Since the big storm last year destroyed the old playground, a replacement has been in the works. Trying to get everything ready before spring, the building was well ahead of schedule and now it is ready!
Music at Mount Horeb took a road trip on Sunday night! The Youth with help from some members of the congregation took to the streets to visit local nursing homes, and homebound members of the church to spread Christmas cheer by singing loud so all could hear! The carolers returned to the church to enjoy hot chocolate and snacks afterwards!
Christmas came early to Cricket County as members of Mount Horeb portrayed the city cousins and country cousins in this wild family get together! Through the story we hear the real story of Christmas, and also get a look at the true meaning of Christmas for the family! A Cricket County style dinner was served before the show!
As part of a nationwide effort to spread hoy and the word of God, Mount Horeb Youth participated in Operation Christmas Child. Youth spent weeks wrapping boxes buying supplies with donations from church members, and packing up the boxes. In total Mount Horeb contributed 59 boxes to the effort!
On September 9, 2012, Mount Horeb celebrated our Sunday School and Christian education with Rally Day. After a worship service, the congregation celebrated together under the oaks.
Due to Friday night’s storm – the church has very limited electricity. Surprisingly enough, the church office has two functioning outlets (the copier outlet) and I am using a drop cord to access current from another outlet just to use the computer and I have the answering machine working again. Thank the Lord we have that.
There are lots of tree limbs down and a large tree has fallen on the playground equipment. The church lawn as well as the cemetery is a mess.
The Property Committee is asking for volunteers to help in cleaning up around the church on Thursday and Friday morning. Please plan to arrive around 6:00 a.m. and work till 10:00 a.m. each morning. If you have a rake, please bring it, along with some water/drink for yourself.
Lastly, the church office will be closed tomorrow, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Hopefully, power will be restored by Thursday and the office can have normal hours on Thursday.
If you should have any questions, concerns, bulletin announcements, or if there is a Pastoral need, please feel free to call me on my cell phone at (540) 810-4816.