Peachtree Community News

BARBARA HARDISON

Peachtree Community News
On Sunday morning Pastor Whitehouse continued his sermon series on the topic of the “Lord’s Prayer”.  His key verse was “Lead us not into temptation--”, Matt.6: 13a.  He titled it “Without God, We Don’t Have a Chance, Part I”.  When we pray, admitting that we are powerless to face the problems of life, God delights in helping us.

The sanctuary flowers were given by Robert Sykes in honor of his wife, Amy.  The choir sang “He Touched Me”, directed by Pastor Whitehouse.  Beverly Wilson’s sermon to the children was about “things that smell good.” and she shared several with them.  She quoted a scripture from Corinthians that says, “For we are to God the aroma of Christ-- the fragrance of life”. She reminded them to be good as well as to smell good.

Peachtree Church members delivered 30 “Buckets of Hope to Haiti” to the Tar River Association Office on Thursday.

Norman and Maxine Whitley attended the wedding of their grandson, Richard Chancey and Cameron Boyette on Sat., Feb 20.  The ceremony took place in the Hopewell Methodist Church in Newton Grove.  Many friends and relatives attended the ceremony and the reception that followed.

Sympathy is extended to David and Lynn Griffin in the loss of his aunt, “Teeny” Manning, on Saturday.  She lived in Nashville and her funeral was held on Tuesday, March 2.

Ellen C. Attkisson, sister of Barbara Hardison, passed away on Feb. 5 in Faribault, Minnesota.  Her funeral was held on Saturday, Feb 27 in Roanoke Rapids.  Her burial followed at the cemetery of her home church, Garysburg United Methodist, that she had attended most of her adult life.  [Ten years ago she moved to Minnesota to be near her only child, Len Nielsen.]

Overnight guests of Barbara Hardison attending her sister’s funeral were Len Nielsen, Faribault, Minnesota; Roger and Ellen Dragsten, Rainbow City, Alabama; Beth Baldwin, Durham, NC:; Carl and Susan Robinson, Denver, N C; Elizabeth Covington, NCSU; Beth Manass, Southern Pines, NC.

 Patricia Wood accompanied Fan Whitley to a gathering of former co-workers in Bailey on Monday.  The occasion was the celebration of Ruth Turnage’s birthday.

Prayer concerns are for those sad, lonely and sick.  The known sick are:

Karen Edwards, Annie Belle Edwards, Frank Bunn, Bobby Sykes, Ann Browder, Debby May, Ozelle Edwards, Elizabeth Pope, Dougald McLaurin, Alan Macquin, Irene Rich.

Pray for the nation and those who are risking their lives to protect it.  Pray for those suffering from catastrophic storms!

Happy birthday to Lynwood Roberson, Mar 5; Danny Wood, Mar. 6; Clint Gupton, Mar. 7!!

Thought for the week:  “Old age has its pleasures, which, though different, are not less than the pleasures of youth.” - W. Somerset Maugham, 1938.