Sunday Bulletin April 18, 2021

Order of Service

10:45 AM

6:00 PM



My Sins Are Gone (157)

The Light of the World Is Jesus (146)

Special Music: Daniel Griffin

Message By:

Dr. Norris E. Belcher, Jr. 



He’s a Wonderful Savior to Me (7)

I’ll Fly Away (518)

Special Music: Cheryl Milholland

Message By:

Dr. Norris E. Belcher, Jr. 


SYMPATHY:  to Joe and Nadine Mann and Shirley Dell at the passing of their niece, Sandy Miller, on Wednesday, April 14, in Westminster.  The family will receive friends on Monday, April 19 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Fletcher Funeral Home in Westminster.  Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, April 20 at 11 a.m. at the funeral home.

SYMPATHY:  to Sam and Linda Mosley and Bill and Lisa Brauer and family at the passing of their sister-in-law/aunt, Hilda Mosley, on Wednesday, April 14. Services will be held in Tennessee.

SYMPATHY:  to the family and friends of Wellington “Doodle” Ruby, Jr. who passed away on Wednesday, April 14, in Westminster.  No arrangements at this time.

THANK YOU:  to my church family for all your prayers, cards and messages of hope sent to my mother, Gaye Green.  Your encouragement has been a real blessing.  Thank you. Gretta Keel

NURSERY WORKERS:  There will be a brief meeting in the Auditorium after the morning service on Sunday, April 25th.

HOUSING FOR NEW TEACHERS:  CCS will be needing affordable apartments for new teachers coming the next school year.  Please contact Mr. Reisberg at:

NURSERY NEEDS:  The nursery is in need of several items: scrub tops for workers, sizes L-XL (3 of each), a scan thermometer and extra clothing for leaky accidents, simple, unisex, athletic type long pants and plain long or short t-shirts in sizes 18 months, 2T and 3T.  If you are able to help with any of these items, please contact Anne-Marie Albaugh at 443-375-2078 or  Thank you

From My Heart


     On April 17, 1790, the son of a poor candle-maker died. The 15th of 17 children, he apprenticed as a printer and published a popular almanac.  He retired at age 42, then taught himself five languages, invented the rocking chair, bifocal glasses and the lighting rod, which earned him degrees from Harvard and Yale.  He helped found the University of Pennsylvania, a hospital, America’s first postal system and fire department.  He became the governor of Pennsylvania, signed the Declaration of Independence and called for prayer at the Constitutional Convention.  He was president of America’s first anti-slavery society.  His name was Ben Franklin.  In his Poor Richard’s Almanac, May 1757, Ben Franklin wrote: “Work as if you were to live 100 years; pray as if you were to die tomorrow.”  In a pamphlet for Europeans titled Information to Those Who Would Remove to America, 1754, Benjamin Franklin wrote:  “Atheism is unknown there; Infidelity rare and secret; so that persons may live to a great age in that country without having their piety shocked by meeting with either an Atheist or an Infidel.  And the Divine Being seems...pleased to favor the whole country.”

AmericanMinute.Com - William J. Federer (114)


Doris Handley - Sinai Hospital Room #201

June Hastings - Johns Hopkins

 Myrtle Martin - Gettysburg Hospital Room #264A 

James Motter - CHC Room #210W

Genevieve Singer - CHC Room #508S

Kim Ward - Inova Fairfax Hospital