July 4 Celebration on July 3

Berean Memorial Church will enjoy and celebrate our country’s Independence Day on Sunday, July 3, immediately after the morning service which will begin as usual at 10:45 a.m.
This will be a potluck meal so we are asking everyone to bring a dish of your choice!  If you are not sure what to bring, please contact Cindy Duncan (number available through church office).  You may bring your dish to the gym kitchen when arriving for morning services.  The refrigerator and ovens will be available as needed.  Iced Tea, Lemonade or Kool-Aide, and water will be provided.  After the meal there will be time of fellowship, table games and other entertaining things to do.
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Boy’s Week Begins Today

The advance team did a great job at preparing the Berean Youth Clubs’ camp site and by the time this post goes public, a group of boys is on their way to Lake Murray, OK, for a week of fun, adventure, and spiritual enrichment.  Your continued prayers and financial support for the BYC Summer Camp ministry are appreciated.

Berean Youth Clubs’ Task Force

The BYC Task Force is a service/adventure program for boys who have finished 6th to 12th grades.  It provides structure and regulations for projects and activities that do not fall directly under the Christian Brigade program of the weekly BYC meetings, summer camps, or other projects.  Task Force service projects provide

1 – An opportunity to put Biblical principles of Christian service into practice

2 – A means to accomplish needed service projects for the Berean ministries

3 – On-the-job training that teaches boys valuable skills

4 – Leadership training and experience.

5 – An opportunity to complete CBS Battalion achievements.

The Task Force regularly works on maintenance and repair of our buildings, grounds, and equipment.  In addition to eternal rewards for this work, boys who execute faithful attendance and work ethic receive special recreational outings.  In the past, these outings ranged from campouts to trips to Johnson Space Center.

The next time you see something new or in better condition around campus, you probably have someone from Task Force to thank.