Greetings from the Wesley Smith Chapel community.
As you all know, Gov. Roy Cooper has asked that indoor gatherings now be limited to 10 people instead of 25. Please wear your mask. Let’s continue to stay 6 feet apart. Stay home and avoid being in crowds if you don’t have to, please. I know each of you have prayed and I hope that our lives can go back to being normal.
I know that church is in your heart, but how many of you hollered, praised the Lord, shouted and cried after the election? Did you hear me in Faison, Goldsboro, Mount Olive? Nobody, but God, and I give him all of the glory and praises.
Worship will continue on Facebook Live through the St. Luke Church of Christ page every first and third Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Elder Kenneth Freeman delivers the message. Bible study is held at the church at 7 p.m. Wednesday with Freeman teaching the lessons. Don’t forget to wear your mask, stay 6 feet from others and use hand sanitizer.
Let’s continue to pray for one another and check on our elderly to make sure they are OK. To those that go to the food lines to pick up boxes of food, please check on the elderly and take them food if needed. I want to say, “Thank you,” to Elder Gary Fisher and his wife, Cassandra, who I know is doing just that.
Food distribution at the Maxwell Center in Goldsboro is moving to the fairgrounds on U.S. Highway 117 because of so many people in line to get the food, causing traffic jams.
The Supreme Angels invite you to purchase their new single CD entitled “Never Leave You Alone.” For more information, call Michael Kimpson, bass player for the Supreme Angels, at 919-352-0271.
Nov. 10: my uncle Jessie Ward would have celebrated his birthday on this day.
Nov. 11: Grace Cooper of Clinton; and Evangeline Melvin of Clinton. Ollie Jean Bush would have celebrated her birthday on Nov. 11, too. She is gone, but always in our hearts. We miss you.
Nov. 13: Betty Joyce Ward Peacock.
Nov. 14: Jean Stringfield; Elder Adrian Grandy, from your parents, your wife, Tiffany, and the kids.
Happy birthday to all born in November. May God bless you to have many more blessed years.
Nov. 11: Drs. Kengi and Candra Bass of Raleigh, who celebrated nine years together; and to my cousin Tony and Buffy Farmers of Jacksonville, who celebrated 23 years.