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Those who have died since All Saints’ 2013:
1. Scroll down to Online Giving at the bottom of the page.
2. Create a quick and easy profile.
3. Set up your gift to be a one-time transaction or a recurring transaction. Because of the fees involved, we strongly recommend that you tie your transactions to a checking or savings account number and not a debit or credit card. Our online banking provider is as secure as your own bank.
AUSA, the Association of the United States Army, is a not-for-profit educational and advocacy organization which supports soldiers and civilians, active/reserve/National Guard, serving or retired, and their families. Each year the local Anniston Area ‘Gallant Pelham’ AUSA Chapter gathers appropriate goods and sends ‘care packages’ to deployed military personnel and civilians who will be away from their loved ones over the Christmas holidays. If you have or know of such a loved one, we of the local chapter would be proud and glad to send a care package to him or her. We ask for no money, time or goods from you ~ only the name and address of the loved one you would like to be remembered and to receive a gift. Please provide the name and address to the front office, or email to me at email@example.com. Thank you, God bless, and Merry Christmas to us all.Greg Potts, President Anniston Area ‘Gallant Pelham’ AUSA Chapter
The deadline to submit names and addresses to receive packages before Christmas is Friday, November 14.
a Men’s Prayer Group will meet for less than an hour. After sharing prayer concerns, participants will be encouraged to share spiritual insights and highlights. The meeting will end with silent prayers. The meeting will be led by Bruce Cunningham.
There will be no Children’s Church this Sunday. Children may sit with their families and receive Holy Communion together.