River Springs Church
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
For A Fresh Start

Join us in  worship every sunday @ 10:25am 


Mark your calendars for Wednesday evening October 29th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. 
You are invited to the River Springs Church - Trunk or Treat hosted by Lifegroups. We have several families who have signed up to decorate their vehicle trunk, truck bed or SUV with different themes, including providing candy to trunk or treaters. You are also invited to do the same as we create our own Halloween neighborhood of vehicles to provide a safe and fun time for families. If you want to decorate your vehicle, providing candy or treats please respond to this email or see Jimmy Parris or Terry Adkins to sign up. We would like a vehicle count planning to participate by Friday, October 24th to help us prepare a safe parking lot.
 
Don't worry about dinner, we will have hotdogs, chips, drinks…and lots of treats to share.
 
This is a great time for everyone to dress up in costume and come trick or treat from trunk to trunk, enjoy food, hayride and fellowship. 
 
Kidventure on Wednesdays – Kidventure (6:45 to 8:30 p.m.)
At Kidventure we are learning about the Bible. Children 5th grade and under are invited to join us as we use a new video series to learn about the Bible and talk about its stories. What’s In The Bible? is a new fast paced and fun video series by Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer. Gloria Shull then leads a discussion and learning activities to help the children remember what they have seen and heard. This Wednesday we’ll start at the beginning so bring your Bible and get in on the learning fun!
 
Back-to-Snack-Packs
We have 44 students for snack packs this week at Dutch Fork MS and Dutch Fork HS. We now have 13 students at Spring Hill HS, 57 students total. 
 
Items needed: Items needed are Ravioli, breakfast bars, Rice Krispy treats, fruit snacks, Capri Sun juice, fruit cups, apple sauce cups, Lance crackers, instant noodle lunch cups, single serving mac & cheese cups/packs, grits, oatmeal and single serving cereal cups/boxes.
  
 
World Crafts – Committed, Holistic, Fair
Take look at WorldCrafts.org for your Christmas shopping. These are handmade crafts done by women around the world who partner in free trade cooperatives so that the women actually get the money for their work, which enables them to lift their families out of poverty and sex-trafficking. Ask for the paper catalogue to be sent to you and share this with friends. 1-800- 968-7301, www.worldcrafts.org