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
Come celebrate Thanksgiving through a special service to include a fellowship
feast, a devotional and the Lord’s Supper. This will be held on Sunday, November
23rd, at 5:00pm. Please bring a well filled basket of your favorite Thanksgiving side
dish to share with others. If you can provide a ham, turkey, gravy/dressing, or are
able to stay and clean up, please contact Sue Ann Buckland.
Tuesday, November 25th, at 6:30pm, Emmanuel Baptist Church will be hosting a
Community Thanksgiving service. They ask you bring a dessert to share at the dessert
social and then enjoy the guest speaker, Robert Leonard.
Millions of lives are touched by the shoe box gifts collected each year. Each precious
gift is carefully inspected and prepared for overseas shipment. Our youth are going to share in this experience; by
inspecting and preparing shoe box gifts at Charlotte’s Processing Center, Friday, November
28th, from 7:00-10:00pm.
Sunday, November 30th, at 6:00pm, we will have our Hanging of the Green Service.
It is a service for the first Sunday in Advent. Everyone will be able to get involved
by decorating the tree, hanging the garland, placing poinsettias and learning
the meaning of the ornaments and decorations we use. We will also have a
special time with our children as they gather for the Christmas story. This is an
interactive service the whole family will enjoy.
Nov 2 Jamie Campbell, Larry Campbell, Josh Abee, Mike Martin
Nov 9 Chet & Laura Bollenbecker, Brandon Joyner , David Small
Nov 16 Curt Swallow, Calvin Bowerman, Bill Jones, Kevin Mullis
Nov 23 Bethany Buckland, Bobby Benson, Jeremy Sloop, Archie Kennedy
Nov 30 Delmar Kennedy, Jake Morrison, Phil Gibson, Mike Stonnell
DEACON ON LOCKUP
November 2– Lynn Small
November 9– Joe Buckland
November 16– Phil Helms
November 23– Greg Hartman
November 30– Scott Dry