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Clover News for March 14, 2013 / March 14, 2013
Worship service at Scottsburg UMC opened with the prelude “I’ll Be Somewhere Listening” played by Lee Snead. Call to worship was “Thy Word is a Lamp” by the choir. Rev. Marsha Davis had welcome remarks, announcements, prayer and led the preparation for worship and the call to worship. Hymn of praise was “The Old Rugged Cross.” Offertory hymn was “On the Jericho Road.” Ushers were Tim and Eric Snead. Choir anthem was “I’ll Fly Away.” Rev. Davis led the prayer of illumination and read Isaiah 55: 1-9 and her message “When the Drought Gets Really Bad.” Rev. Davis led confession and has praises, concerns, prayer and Lord’s prayer. Sacraments of Holy Communion were observed and Lee Snead assisted. Closing hymn was “Victory in Jesus.” Rev. Davis had dismissal blessing and benediction was “Bond of Love.” Tim Snead was acolyte.

Juanita Smiley, Gayle Conner, Becky Moorefield and Linda Williams were among the 150 women who attended the UMW breakfast in Farmville Saturday with the topic “Where Have Your Eyes Been Open to See Jesus?”

Willie and Angie Privette, Cecil Tharpe visited Arthur Ray Tharpe and visited with residents at Waylon Nursing Home, Keysville. Victor Crews visited Cecil and Mary Tharpe and Angie Privette last week. Willie and Angie and Katlynn Harris enjoyed eating at the Super Chinese Buffet in Lynchburg.

Visiting in the home of Hugh Edmondson were Mac Edmonds, Lauren Comer, Michelle, Sierra and Curt Womack, Jason and Chandler Toombs.

Remember the sick and shut-ins and our troops, including Joyce Edmondson, Kyle Martin, Tommy Francis, Betty M. Womack, Joe and Carol Landrum, Charlotte E. Lloyd, Judy Lacks, Joe Watts, Keith Fisher, Aubrey Duffer, Dorothy Ann Dance, Juanita Smiley, Bernice Wade, Zack Cole, Mike Ligon, Thomas Snead, Wayne Newcomb.

Our heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of Ruby Seamon, Wayne Betterton, Jo Davis.

Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary to those celebrating this week.

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