Beans and Rice plans for 2020

April is usually the month we collect beans and rice to take to Eagle Pass. This year we are having to do things differently. We will collect during the month of May and Mike will carry them in June. If you would like to bring beans and/or rice, please bring it Sunday morning or Tuesday or Thursday afternoons from 1-5 pm. If you would like to skip the shopping experience and give money for beans and rice, please make a note in the memo of your check: Beans and Rice. The added benefit of giving money is that Frank can purchase as needed instead of storing the beans and rice.

To have an idea of the cost, a 50 pound bag of beans is $44.69 and a 50 pound bag of rice is $17.54. A donation to purchase 50 pounds of each would total $62.23. Any gift amount is greatly appreciated.

Teresa Escue

Admnistrative Assistant

First Baptist Church Eden

Announcements, 5/3/20 Bulletin and Sermon Notes

  1. Worship Service Resumes

FBCE is gathering again for all who feel comfortable “getting out and about” 10:45 am Sunday morning.

Child care will not be provided during Worship Service during May.

No Sunday School on Sunday mornings (classes and groups may be meeting at other times and places).

Chairs are “distanced” in the Worship Center and Fellowship Hall with all outside doors unlocked for your use.

There will be offering baskets for those who bring tithes and offerings.

  1. No Sunday School/Small Groups meeting Sunday mornings until further notice.
  2. Vacation Bible School has been cancelled for 2020.
  3. No decision about Youth Camp (June 28-July 3) has been made yet.
  4. Mission Trip (July 4-11) plans will be determined by May 24th.

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4/19/20 Bulletin and Sermon Notes and other notes of interest

Floyd Shavers is looking for someone to cook meals for he and Ester. He will purchase the food. If you are interested or know of someone interested, please contact Floyd or one of us here at the church.

EHS Coach Travis Nicks wanted to honor the essential workers of Eden and Concho County. Coach Nicks smoked brisket and volunteers from FBC Eden packaged and delivered almost 200 smoked brisket plates to locations around town. Most of the funding came from FBC Eden. We have had special offerings given for the meals. If you want to be a part of the donation, put Essential Workers in the memo field of your check.

Also, members of our church have been faithfully delivering meals daily to school kids on the Eden Route.

Teresa Escue

Admnistrative Assistant

First Baptist Church Eden

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