|Posted by tallulachristianchurch on July 13, 2017 at 12:45 AM|
I’m hoping you had a good fourth of July. Did you know that many Americans do not know what we celebrate other than fireworks? July four is the day we celebrate our Independence Day of the United States from England. It’s a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 on July 4 by the Continental Congress. This led to the Revolutionary war that secured our freedom. Did you know England has a fourth of July too? It comes right after the third of July.
There’s another celebration coming soon. It’s not a day of independence, but a celebration and extravaganza of Vacation Bible School. It happens July 24 to 27 from 6pm to 8pm. The theme is Maker Fun Factory, Created by God-Built for a purpose. In case you ever wondered why we are her or what the meaning of life is, well we will help you know. Send the kids to Tallula Christian Church for a good time of games, crafts, stories, snacks, music, skits and maybe even they will learn something about God.
Thanks to all who came to the church 4th of July picnic. It was a great time and some better food. Thank you to Bud and Sue for opening their home to let us watch a terrific firework show. Speaking of good times, fellowship, coffee and food. Every Friday is a gathering I call Farmers Anonymous. The fellowship Hall of Tallula Christian Church is the place to be for the meeting of the minds. Guys have been meeting there, starting at 8am to have coffee, cake, cookies or more and share what’s going on in the area and the world. All are welcome, you don’t have to be a farmer just enjoy visiting with your friends and neighbors.
Come to the Tallula Christian Church. Come for a visit and stay to be family. Come for coffee, Friday morning and each Sunday beginning at 9:30 am. It’s our Sunday school time, but this summer we socialize and meet before Worship service at 10:30. Join us, we are easy to find just three beautiful blocks north of historic downtown Tallula at 311 North Yates. I’m sure you’ll be glad you did or my name isn’t Dave Poeschel, Pastor and as I always say, “We’ll leave the light on for you, the light of Christ.”