In 2014 Fairview gave over 4,000 items to the Lawrenceville Co-op's Food Bank. Our goal is 5,000 items, which is about 115 per month. WE ARE OFF TO A GREAT START!!! We have already given over 2,500 units to the Co-op. THAT'S GREAT!! BUT the Lord's Pantry is bare so let's fill it up again. Thanks to everyone for remembering to bring in 2 or 3 items each week.
Our next scheduled donation is August 31st, that's just a little over one week away. Please remember to bring in your donations.
The Co-op requests donations of canned meats, peanut butter, cereal (oats and grits) ,canned fruit
They also expressed a real need for toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, and other
hygiene products since "Food Stamps" cannot be used to purchase these items.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP AND DONATIONS.
From Fairview's Deacons: Our third Fairview cookbook is now in and we are taking orders. Please see the insert in the bulltin or contct Lynn at address firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much for your help!
7:00 PM Choir Rehearsal
The Joyful Clarion Sunday School class will start back meeting on Sunday, September 13th, at 9:45 a.m. in Sunday School #1
11:00 AM Worship Service
Sunday morning, November 29 9:45-10:45, in the Fellowship Hall, for a time of shoebox packaging, Advent crafts, food, and fellowship. You can bring your completed shoeboxes at that time, or just bring items to be included in a shoebox. We will have boxes ready to pack with your items at that time.
Tuesday, December 1, from 7 to 10 p.m The warehouse is located at 425 Horizon Drive in Suwanee. Sign-up sheets will be in the Fellowship Hall on the Operation Christmas Child table. There will be information there also on how to pack your shoebox. You may also include $7 per box for shipping.
Tuesday, December 8, from 7 to 10 p.m. The warehouse is located at 425 Horizon Drive in Suwanee. Sign-up sheets will be in the Fellowship Hall on the Operation Christmas Child table. There will be information there also on how to pack your shoebox. You may also include $7 per box for shipping.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Senior Trip to Leslie Harrison's Home in Blue Ridge
We will start the year off studying James Moore's book "When You're a Christian, the Whole World is from Missouri."
Sermon Title:“Building for the Lord”
Texts: Psalm 127 & Mark 12:38-44
Thought for Reflection: The penultimate Sunday in Fairview's Stewardship Season is a reminder that the Body of Christ is something we inherited from previous generations and will be an heirloom to pass to subsequent generations. May this treasure never be squandered.
Christian Women's Book Club
November 19, 6:30 p.m.
The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
The Juice Bar (next to Jim & Nicks on Old Peachtree Road)
For all events See Events
Run 4 Shelter RaceUpdated November 9
Book ClubUpdated November 9
Run 4 Shelter PhotoshowUpdated November 9
Sunday SchoolUpdated November 3
Staff and Lay LeadershipUpdated November 3
From Our PastorUpdated November 3
Sermon NotesUpdated November 3
BirthdaysUpdated November 3
RUN 4 SHELTER "FLEA MARKET"Updated October 24
Spiritual InitiativesUpdated October 5
Run For ShelterUpdated October 5
The Lord's PantryUpdated October 5
Staff and Lay LeadershipUpdated October 5
Update on God's PantryUpdated October 5
All PhotosUpdated September 6
Devin Webb , November 9
Sue Beagle, November 11
Shannon Curry , November 19
Mark Phillips , November 19
Teresa Phillips , November 20
Mabel Niewoehner , November 21
Andrew Bascas , November 24