Elder & greeter for the month: Elder Bonnie Wolfe
The worship service on December 2 will take on a Scottish flavor as we remember and pay homage to the Presbyterian Church’s Scottish ancestry with a “Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan”. All members with Scottish family ancestors are invited to wear their family tartan. Take notice of the Clan MacDonald tartan flag which is in honor of The Presbyterian Church of Gatesville’s first called minister, The Reverend Thomas MacHutchon of Scotland, when the church was chartered March 1, 1885. The MacHutchon family was a sept (or sub family) of Clan MacDonald from the Highlands of Scotland. This flag was donated anonymously to commemorate and honor all the ministers who have faithfully served this congregation over the years and will be placed outside the pastor’s office after today’s worship service.
The men of the church will gather for men’s Breakfast on December 5 at 8:00 am at Rancher’s Steak House, Wednesday. All are welcome – bring a friend/neighbor.
The SESSION will meet 7:00 pm, Thursday, December 6 in the Fellowship Hall.
The “Main Street” CHRISTMAS CONTATA will be presented on Sunday, December 9 at 6:30 pm at the First Baptist Church. The Choir is made up of voices from around the community under the direction of Charles Ament. Seven members of TPCG choir will participate. Come and celebrate the Christmas season with beautiful music and song.
All the ladies of the church will celebrate the season with the LADIES’ CHRISTMAS PARTY on Tuesday, December 11, beginning at 5:30pm. Bring a finger food and a $10 gift for the Chinese gift exchange .
Everyone is invited to the MONTHLY CHURCH DINNER, Sunday, December 16 immediately following the worship service. Our hostesses are Betty Bartlett and Linda Davis. Please join us for great food and warm fellowship. Bring a neighbor.
A CANDLELIGHT SERVICE will be held Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018, at 6:30 pm to await the coming of the Christ Child. The Lord’s Supper will be served to all who are joined with Jesus Christ through their baptism and all children who have been instructed by their parents.