Sorry for the delay in posting, but the mission was pretty busy up until the last day. Here are some pics from that last day. Keep BCBC in prayer as the next crew is onsite working. Praise God for what He got done, using us!
After prayer and discussion, we will be going to Red Level, AL (near Andalusia) to help Buck Creek Baptist Church with the inside of their new building. They will already have a 2-story metal frame, up and roofed by the time we get there. We will have a TON of inside framing to do in this building, so please make your plans to attend. We’ll need every man we can get!
The church is landlocked in their current location, and this building is on 7 acres that a church member donated to the church. Their pastor is Bro. Tyler Ingram. We’ll be staying at the nearby high school.
Advance team will leave and arrive on Monday, June 4. Full crew needs to arrive on Wednesday, June 6. Mission will end on Saturday June 16.
Also, an important note: For those of you who will be needing to apply for a scholarship, you MUST apply for it with the CFC board BEFORE the mission trip. Please don’t wait until you arrive at the mission; there are only a limited number of scholarships. We would never let cost get in the way of anyone wanting to go and serve on this mission, but we need to know before the trip. Please contact any member of the CFC board to apply. Thanks!
The project at Shiloh is scheduled to start on October 20 and 21. Emory Combs wants to know how many will be there on Friday and Saturday since the Church is preparing lunch. If you know anyone that does not have E-MAIL and would like to help with this project please let them know and if they can help let me or Emory know.
The Slab has been poured and they are in the process of getting material for the build.
Remember we need a head count for lunch.
Shiloh is located at the intersection of CR53 and CR 121 in Western Chambers County, AL
Carpenters, God used us in a mighty way this year, despite the devil’s intentions to sidetrack us. The building looks great (pictures to be on the website later). Hope everyone got home safely and had a chance to rest.
The next event is our end of year banquet:
Date: Saturday, August 5, 2017
Family Life Center
Langdale United Methodist Church
6301 20th Avenue
Valley, AL 36854
(Same location as last year’s banquet)
Time: 6:00pm CDT/ 7:00pm EDT
Each Carpenter (or Sponsor) plus one guest is included in the cost of the trip.
For each additional guest attending the banquet, there will be a $10.00 charge.
Shirts, caps, etc., will be on sale at the banquet, as well as any DVDs that you ordered (don’t worry, there are extras in case you forgot to order.)
See you then!
Update below from Don Wall, our whistleblower:
As you may know, the mission we had planned in Kentucky was canceled for this year. BUT good news, we now have a mission in Double Springs, AL (for the Winston County Baptist Association). We will be building a 60’ by 100’ association building. More details later.
Please make your plans for the trip beginning on 5-29-2017 advance crew 5-31-2017 main crew. This mission will end on 6-10-2017.
We have plans to go to Kentucky on our next mission. Details are still being worked out. Please make your plans to go with us. If nothing changes we will leave on Wednesday May 31, 2017. With the exception of the advance crew, who will leave on Monday May 29, 2017. Additional info later.
Our brother Carpenter-in-Christ, Thomas Cobb, passed away Friday, January 13, 2017. Funeral arrangements are as follows per Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home in Valley, AL:
“Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 11:00 AM (EST) at the Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home Chapel in Valley, AL with the Rev. Kirby Smith officiating. Interment will follow at 2:00 PM (EST) at Paran Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Rock Mills, AL. The family will receive friends Friday morning from 10:00 AM (EST) until the service hour (11 AM EST) at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Baptist Hospice of Montgomery, http://www.baptistfirst.org/hospice, in his memory.”