ESSENTIALS: This Week’s Bulletin

  MidWeek — Meets Tuesdays at 9:30 AM and 6:30 PM, studying the book of Acts in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Mark Spelzhausen if you have questions. Christmas Poinsettias — If you donated… Continue reading

Milestones – Birthdays and Anniversaries in January and February

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January Birthdays . January Anniversaries Gabriel Steele 1/1 David and Carol Ernst 1/22 Al Limback 1/4 Lisa and… Continue reading

Milestones – Birthdays and Anniversaries in December and January

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . December Birthdays . December Anniversaries Adam Vitt 12/3 Dolores and Mike Mainland 12/18 Patty Johnston 12/11 Marlene and… Continue reading

Have You met the Foels?

Both Dawn and Mel Foels grew up Toledo, Ohio. They have been in the Wilmington area 11 years, coming when they retired to be near family. Mel is a retired football coach and… Continue reading

Milestones – Birthdays in October and November

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November Birthdays . November Anniversaries Scott Johnston 11/6 Jennifer and Charles Evans 11/7 Lillian Lewis 11/15 Pat and… Continue reading

Have You Met the Elliotts

Both Wendy and Mark Elliott grew up in Palmyra MO. They came to the Wilmington for Mark’s work with GE Hitachi, as a Services Quality Manager. Wendy has worked in design and illustration… Continue reading

50 Books for 50 Years

Your generosity allowed Messiah to donate 50 new books to each of the libraries of four elementary schools: Sunset Park, Wrightsboro, Mary C. Williams and Snipes! Messiah’s 50th Anniversary Committee thanks our members… Continue reading

Sweet Treats for First Responders

Messiah Members show appreciation for First Responders by taking sweet treats to Fire Station #7   .  

Bibles for new Caribou Kids

“Congratulations to Taylor Borstad and Michael Steele who are showing off the new bibles they received on Sunday! Because they started Kindergarten this year, they moved up in Pingo Land to the Caribou… Continue reading

August Food Drive

The goal was 500 pounds of food. 1600 pounds was collected and delivered to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard!! Thank you Messiah and Motts Village.