Kerr Memorial Baptist Church would like to take this opportunity to invite you to be our guest and encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities for worship, fellowship and ministry that are available for all age groups. The mission of Kerr Memorial Baptist Church is to lead individuals to become disciples of Jesus Christ. With Scripture as our authority and love as our motivation, we are to teach individuals to develop a relationship with Jesus Christ, leading them to lifestyles of ministry and evangelism.We all have a story. It is our hope that through our ministry the story of the gospel will intersect the lives of those in our community and become the motivation for new life and eternal hope. Come join us as we fulfill our mission by:
Planting: Connect with us through Worship services and fellowship events. Cultivating: Grow and develop your spiritual journey through Bible Teaching Sunday Schools, Small Groups and other ministries within the church. Harvesting: Minister with us through engaging in opportunities to serve our community and world in need. Come be a part of our story as we press forward in the journey of life together. In His Care, Rev. Darrell Brumfield & Minister to Families, Justin Curry
DATE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH
Sat, Dec. 7th at 6:00 P.M. Ticket required - cost $10.00 (NO tickets sold on the night of the event at the door) Limited Seating Tickets must be purchased by Sunday, Nov, 24. Ticket location: KMBC Office, Tuesday-Thursday, 9:00 A.M.—4:00 P.M. Menu: grilled chicken breast, baked potato, salad, bread, dessert & drink. Music provided by: The Adult Handbell Choir of First Baptist Church, Huntersville; The Jack Little Trio of Monroe; & Group singing the carols of the season
2013 LOTTIE MOON WEEK OF PRAYER & SPECIAL OFFERING
Jesus says in Matthew 22:37-39, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and most important command. The second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself” (HCSB). As followers of Christ, we must give our all so people can know the love of Jesus. That’s what being totally His requires: pouring ourselves out completely to be His heart, hands and voice—individually, as a church, as Southern Baptists working cooperatively to reach all the nations. We are part of the task to fulfill the Great Commission. And although Southern Baptists have been praying, giving and going for more than 160 years, the task is far from finished. Prayerfully consider how much you may be able to contribute toward the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.Checks may be made out to Kerr Memorial Baptist Church with Lottie Moon Offering in the memo line and placed in the offering plate.
RECYCLE CANS FOR SCHOLARSHIP
How’s it going church family? My name is Jevincio Tooson, and I am a senior in high school; I have been going to Kerr since May of this year. With only a couple of months left until college starts, I am doing the best I can to prepare myself by applying for scholarships such as this one, the 50 Cans Scholarship by DoSomething.org. My goal is to collect 1,000 soda cans before the deadline, which is December 13, and I need your help in order for me to reach my goal. By bring your empty cans to church and giving them to me, you will make a difference in my education.
With your blessings and prayers, I CAN win this scholarship to pay for college!
A recycling collection is setup in the Information Center for your convenience.