This Sunday, June 10th, 2018.

It’s time to go to Riverdale, that wonderful town where people care and life is, usually, fair.  Say Bo has moved into the newly renovated Kolinski house and has thoughts of opening a hotel or a Bed and Breakfast.  When he is told that would not require rezoning and special permits, he ignores the legalities and puts a sign out front that reads, “Travelers Inn.”

He has no guests until one day during breakfast at Gower’s Drugs, the door opens and a stranger walks in.  When Maude asks his name, he responds, “Puddin’ Tame, ask me again and I’ll tell you the same.”

Puddin’ Tame moves in with Say Bo and the drama is just beginning. Come this Sunday and discover a story of redemption and hope in our favorite town, Riverdale.

Sunday’s anthem is a beautiful arrangement of “O Jesus, I have Promised.”  “O Jesus, I have promised to serve thee to the end; be thou forever near me, my Master and my Friend.”

Brannon Gilliam is our lay reader.  He will read Psalm 130 and Romans 5: 1-11.

We are singing two Fanny Crosby hymns: “Tell Me the Story of Jesus” and “Redeemed, How I Love to Proclaim It!”   Our final hymn is the moving, “Softly and Tenderly.”

Ronnie Smith is providing our pre-service music.

School ends this week and graduation is Friday and Saturday.  We are already thinking of August when the children return to school.  Last year we collected an amazing amount of school supplies and 500 book bags.  Let’s do it again!

I hope to see you Sunday.  Remember that our services are carried live on WLXN radio (1440 AM or 99.9 FM)  We are working on being able to stream our services through our church website.

Grace and Peace,

Ray

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