WELCOME TO PACKS BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH, NOVEMBER 27, 2022, ERIC DAVIS, PASTOR
It is a blessing to share this Lord’s Day with you and we are glad you chose to worship with us. For those visiting, we are honored to have you. Please fill out a “Visitor’s Card” located in the pew and place it in the offering plate later in the service. If you do not have a home church, please join us to-night and this week in our services. Thank you for coming!
Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. Isaiah 7:14
And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us. (and we beheld His glory . . .) John 1:14
OUR WEEKLY SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL SERVICE 10:00 am – Bro. Mark Davis
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 am – Pastor Eric Davis
SUNDAY EVENING MEN’S PRAYER TIME 5:30 pm
SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE 6:00 pm – Pastor Eric Davis
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MASTER CLUB 6:30 pm
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SERVICE 7:00 pm – Pastor Eric Davis
Our Christmas offering for Jesus will be taken after the morning service today. Offering will go to the Tohono O’odham Indians.
Please continue to pray!
Randall & Stephanie Bailey
Joel & Terrie Thompson
Gary & Brenda Williams
Saturday, 12/10—Mt. Hope Christmas Parade (if you would like to donate a box of red/white candy canes, please bring them to the pastor)
Wednesday, 12/14—Master Club Cookie Exchange
Saturday, 12/17—Christmas Dinner @ 5:00 pm
Sunday, 12/18—Christmas Program during evening service
Sunday, 12/25—Special Christmas Service
The Christmas Wonder by J. Harvey Dixon
The greatest story angels told, when they announced the birth
To shepherds standing near the fold, that Christ was born on Earth.
The greatest love I must confess, was shown by God on high,
When Heaven gave it’s very best, for one as low as I.
The greatest gift was God’s dear Son, born in a cattle stall.
This was the Bible’s promised one, who came to die for all.
The greatest human, yet divine, the hope no tongue can tell;
Deep down within this heart of mine, he rings a Christmas Bell.
What rain and sunshine is to a flower, Jesus is to me.
Love people, not things; use things, not people.