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Prayer Chain Emails
If you would like to be added to the church prayer chain list, please email Kisha at to be added.

Fresh Grounded Faith
“Fresh Grounded Faith” is an area-wide women’s event that is being held April 10 -11 at Celebration Church in Blountville TN.   The speaker will be Jennifer Rothschild, a best selling author and Bible study teacher, and special guests author Stormie Omartian and recording artist Meredith Andrews. For tickets or more information, please call 800.859.7992 or visit

Wednesday Night Dinner Menu
April 1 – Spaghetti, salad, bread, & dessert
April 8 – Soup, nuggets, mac & cheese, salad, & dessert

Awana Grand Prix
Let’s go racing! This year’s Awana Grand Prix will be held on Wednesday, May 13 at 6:30 P.M. during the regular Awana time. T&T clubbers, TREK, Journey 24/7, and leaders may make cars to compete. Cars will be for sale in the Awana Store beginning April 15 for $5 or $50 Awana bucks. Grand Prix workshops for cutting out cars will be April 15, 22, & 29 and May 6.

Please note: The Awana Closing Program is scheduled for Wednesday, May 20 at 6:30 P.M. in the auditorium.

Bible Study Fellowship
Coming in the fall of 2015, Bible Study Fellowship’s newest study will explore the revelation of Jesus Christ and the glorious consummation of His kingdom, the book of Revelation. Men may register for the fall class each Thursday from April 2 – April 30 at 6:50 P.M. Registration is held at Pleasant View United Methodist Church at the west entry. There is never a charge for BSF classes. Men can enter the study at any time, but for planning purposes they prefer you pre-register.  Presently in Abingdon, there are 33 men from 14 different churches participating in BSF. For questions or more information, contact Larry Bays, Paul Quetsch, or visit

Do You Believe?
“Do You Believe” is opening in theaters March 20. When a local pastor is shaken to the core by the visible faith of an old street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a faith-fueled journey that powerfully impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate. From the creators of “God’s Not Dead” this is more than a movie – it’s the question we all must answer in our lifetimes: Do you believe?

Fresh Faith Spring Luncheon
Ladies, please join us on Sunday, April 12 after the worship service for our annual spring luncheon.  We will meet in the Fellowship Hall for lunch, music, and a very special message from Donna Quetsch.  There is no cost for this event, but we do need for everyone to RSVP please, so our team can prepare enough food for everyone. Please contact Kim Barlow.  Hope to see you all there!

Youth Movie Night
All youth are invited to join us for Movie Night on Sunday, March 29 in the gym. We will be watching “Big Hero 6”, beginning at 7 P.M.  We will also be having food and games prior to the movie at 6:30 P.M. Hope to see you there!

Victory Weekend Mission Team
Victory Weekend is returning to Bristol Motor Speedway April 17–19 for race weekend. Adults and older teens are needed to be part of an evangelistic outreach team to hand out flyers, register fans for giveaways, assist with site preparations and maintenance, talk and pray with those who respond to the Gospel, and various other activities. If you’re interested or for more information, please call Pastor Paul in the church office at 628.2400.

Food Pantry Teams
Abingdon Bible Church is scheduled to volunteer in the Faith In Action Food Pantry February March 30 – April 4.  A sign-up sheet is available in the foyer for dates and times and to sign up to volunteer.  For more information, contact Herman Snead or call the church office at 628.2400. We also want to encourage everyone to bring food to donate to the pantry….bins are in the foyer.

Mark Your Calendars!
VBS is scheduled for July 12 – 16!

Requesting Military Addresses
The residents of The Grand Court community are searching for names and addresses of deployed service members from our area who they can participate with in a pen pal program. They would also like to have the names and addresses of military families who are separated from their loved ones, who they could include in their written contacts. This will be an ongoing program throughout the year for the residents. If you have names and addresses you’d like to share or for more information, contact Janice Simmons at 669.1111 or at