eGood Newsletter (October 4, 2010)

Greetings to all in the joy of following Christ!

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.  Therefore we will not fear.” (Psalm 46:1)

1)  ELSIE GILLIN (nee Baugh) died yesterday of complications related to Alzheimer’s.  ELSIE is the wife of Jack Gillin, and mother of DANA and DAWN SKINNER.  She is also the grandmother of Dana & Lisa’s children, Elissa and Nicholas and Dawn and Rob’s children, Cori and Grace.  The memorial service for Elsie is in the planning stages and the time and date will be announced soon (tentatively looking at Sunday at 12:00 pm at the church with a meal following).  Elsie was born on January 28, 1934 and joined our church on October 18, 1971 and was baptized at the same time.  Elsie and Jack were married on October 28, 1956.

UPDATE: The memorial service for ELSIE GILLIN will be Sunday after our morning worship at 12:00 pm in the sanctuary with a meal following in the fellowship hall.  Her obituary will be posted at the Wagley Funeral Home Website.

2)  Rev. John Guthrie, former pastor here, was seriously injured in a recent accident.  He was working on the Church Farm trimming tree limbs when a branch he was cutting hit his ladder.  He suffered a collapsed lung and 6 broken ribs.  He is on the mend and getting better.  Feel free to send him a card at the address below or via email:

Rev. John Guthrie
Presbyterian Church of Henderson
PO Box 1016
Henderson, KY  41419

3)  Welcome Rev. Nhlanganiso Moyo to our Church Thursday Evening. Thursday, October 7th at 6 p.m. the Christian Social Concerns Committee will be welcoming the Rev. Moyo with a Soup and Sandwich Supper in the fellowship hall.  Members and guests are welcome and encouraged to attend.

He is the pastor of the oldest Presbyterian church in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.  He meets in open fields with small groups who gather to hear God’s message of love and salvation.  He is the Chaplain of the David Livingstone Secondary School and the founder and driving force of the mission driven project known as the Escandieni Sothando, meaning “IN THE HANDS OF LOVE”.  Rev. Moyo is a graduate of the United Theological College in Harare.  In 2010 he graduated from the University of Pretoria with a B.A. Honors in Practical Theology in Pastoral Counseling, and a Masters in Practical Theology in Pastoral Narrative and Family Therapy.  Nhlanganiso is 35 years old and married.  He and his wife Beauty have two children, Nonlanhia (Alice) age 5 and Nhlanhla (George) age 2.  Rev. Moyo is a guest of George Boone a missionary and member of the United Methodist Church in Manchester Michigan.  You may have noticed that they attended a recent ‘Share the Warmth’ meeting, pictured in the September 20th issue of the Daily Telegram.  Please join us to wish him farewell as he is returning to Zimbabwe on October 8. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the last memory he had of the U.S. was a group of Presbyterian brothers and sister on the other side of the globe? Free will donations will be accepted.

So that we can properly prepare please RSVP to the church office (ph. 265-2168)  or Cindy Frownfelder (ph. 265-3528).

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