Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

CURRENT & UPCOMING EVENTS

New Members
We are thrilled to welcome our newest members of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church:
Brad and Sarah Ellis (Hunter & Piper)
Jacob and Alex Mayfield (Hayden & Lindsay)

This Week
Youth & Children's Pastor Appreciation Service & Picnic/Tailgate
Sunday, August 25
Picnic @ 5:00 p.m. (Picnic Grounds)

Join us as we celebrate the faithful service of Pastor Jonathan, our Youth and Children's Pastor. Plan to come early and enjoy games and fellowship before the meal. Please bring sides, desserts, and hotdog fixings.

Summer Small Group Studies continue!

Summer Studies reconvene on Wednesday, August 14 and will continue through Labor Day week. Come check out an amazing video study on the Book of James (Francis Chan) that is facilitated by Brian and Michelle Barrier.
Upcoming
Nelle Greene Mission Group
Tuesday, August 13
CANCELLED because of Eugene Pritchard funeral on Tuesday.

ONE Night @ COMMA

(Sponsored by CRBA)
Sunday, September 15
Tailgate: 4:30 p.m.; Service: 6:00

Guest speaker: Name Fazal
Worship: Summit Band
Please bring canned goods for BUCM.

Women's Retreat
November 8-10
See April Mayfield for details. A $50 deposit is due in July.
Click here to check out photos of Pleasant Hill events. (Note: new Sunshine Club trip photos available)

Mission Giving Opportunities

Anchored Ministry Needs:

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Anchored (Special Needs) Ministry
Anchored in a new ministry outreach to families of special needs children. Sensory enriched classrooms and environments will be available for children to immerse themselves in a learning environment that seeks to show and teach the love of Christ Jesus. The ministry will kicking off on Wednesdays as a part of W.O.R.D. Wednesday. You can sign up for this by clicking on the Anchored logo. Any questions, please call the church office.
As our Anchored Ministry (Special needs kids and families) prepares to start with Word Wednesday when that ministry restarts on the Wednesday after Labor Day, here are some special items that are needed that you may wish to contribute:
• Long bookshelves (not tall)
• Small tables
• Toys: legos, Lincoln logs, building blocks, wooden puzzles
• Sensory bin ideas: Pom pom balls, buttons, rice, dry beans, corn kernels, small toys, feathers, buttons
•Exercise balls
• Musical instruments: hand bells, tambourines
• Puppets
• Tongs, measuring cups and spoons
• Carpenters are needed to help build a sensory board or busy board.
Please see Carol Hicks for ideas)