Bunker Hill Baptist Church
Sunday, November 18, 2018
Sharing a Vision For God's Kingdom

Announcements

 
 
Prayer Intercessors This Week
Monday, November 12 Teresa Speights; Garrett &Ashley Douglas
Tuesday, November 13 Ruby Nalls
Wednesday, November 14 Pansy Ladner
Thursday, November 15 David Brown &James Robbins
Friday, November 16 Beverly Mcneese; Phillip &Connie Hitt
Saturday, November 17 Debby Ostheimer
Sunday, November 18 Charlene Buckley
 
The November Food Pantry Item is Soup.
 
If you would like copies of our church services, please let Rudy Robbins or Ashley know. You do not have to be a member of the church to get a copy.
 
An anonymous donor has designated money to be used for the purchase of a new keyboard for the sanctuary. The Music Committee would like to thank them and inform the church of the generous donation
Kathy Grant, Kathy Stuckey, &Lane Wilks
 
Will is looking to put together a book " Stories from the Bunker" to give to our graduating Seniors. He would like people from our congregation to give their stories of faith, overcoming trials, success, words of advice, etc... Each story needs to be 2 or 3 pages long. If you have any questions, please contact Will.
 
MS Blood Services Platelet Crisis

Platelets Needed for Ariel Rayburn of Columbia

Ariel is 3 years old and the daughter of John Wesley &Jennifer Rayburn of Columbia. She was diagnosed with leukemia this week and is in great need of platelets. MS Blood Services is handling her donations and her donation code is " Ariel Rayborn DS00". MS Blood Services is who sends donations to Blair E Batson Children's Hospital where Ariel is. They currently have ZERO platelets to send to hospitals. You can call MS Blood Services at (601)368-2673 to schedule your donation. Or you can contact Lonnie Hutson, Ariel's grandfather at (601)447-1556 and he will help set up an appointment.
 
Some facts to know about the donation process according to MS Blood Services:
* Female donors who been pregnant and are donating platelets and/or plasma will be tested for HLA antibodies. The purpose is to reduce the risk of complications for a patient receiving the donation. Female donors who have been pregnant are more likely to develop HLA antibodies since the baby's HLA is not the same as the mother.

* Donors who test positive for HLA antibodies can still donate whole blood and RBC, but will be restricted from any automated donations that would include plasma and/or platelets.
 
 
Nursery Workers for November 18th:
Bed Babies- Robby &Lisa White
Toddlers- Garrett &Ashley Douglas
 
The Harvest Meal will be on Sunday, November 18th. The meal will follow the morning service, and there will be no evening service.
 
The Church Office will be closed on Thursday, November 22nd for Thanksgiving Day.