COMING UP


Choir Practice, 9/24 @5pm

Vespers, 9/24 @6pm

Men’s Breakfast, 9/27 @7am

Clothes House volunteers needed, 9/28 1-5

Fellowship Potluck & Prayer Time, 10/1 @6pm

Ladies’ Bible Study, 10/2 @6:30pm

Children’s Choir Rehearsal, 10/4 @6pm




ANNOUNCEMENTS


Adult Sunday school:  Cale Horne is teaching this class.


Middle school and senior high students: David Moss is teaching a Sunday school class for you! You meet in the downstairs end room (with the couches) and are talking about “Answering Common Objections to the Christian Faith.”


The choir will rehearse Sunday at 5pm, and Vespers will begin at 6pm


Thursday, September 28 is our day to help at The Clothes House. We need a volunteer (or two) to help from 1-5pm to help hang and bag clothes, and straighten the store. If you would like to volunteer for part or all of this time, please talk to Pastor Chuck or the church office.


Come to our monthly Fellowship Potluck & Prayer Time on Sunday, October 1 at 6pm.  Please bring a dish to share.  If you would like to head up the meal, or help with cleanup, please contact Ele French or the church office.


LADIES, if you are new to our church, or are a regular attendee that would like to be more involved, please consider the Women's Bible study group here at Wayside. All ladies are welcome! This group meets once a month to discuss God's Word, to pray together, and to enjoy being a part of one another's lives. We are studying the book of Genesis this season, and using Nancy Guthrie’s study guide The Promised One: Seeing Jesus in Genesis. We would love to have YOU come and be a part of our discussion, our fellowship, and our community. Our next meeting is at the church on Monday, October 2 at 6:30. We will be discussing Genesis 4-9, along with "week 4" in Guthrie's book. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please contact Jodi Hiser or the church office.


We will have the first rehearsal for our youth and children’s choir on Wednesday, October 4 @6pm in the Sanctuary. This is for children and youth ages 7-15. No prior musical knowledge is required or expected. Participants should be able to focus for 20 - 30 minutes, and be able to read at a basic level. The primary goals include learning to read music, singing in unison and parts, and having fun making a joyful noise! Please contact Marian Hull at 404-877-8595 or mchull67@gmail.com if you have any questions.


Our next Book Club book (which we’ll discuss on October 9 at 7pm), How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home by Derek Thomas, is available on the Book Table for $10.


Join us October 20-22 for our annual Reformation Heritage Conference. Each year we set aside a weekend to focus on our Reformed Heritage, stemming from the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. We invite word-class scholars to present a series of lectures for everyday Christians, which are meant to encourage a love for the Scriptures, to foster an appreciation for those who have gone before us, and to cultivate a joy for God through Christ. This year the theme is “Martin Luther and the Legacy of the Reformation.”  Please check out the information here.