Glen H. Applegate, age 72, of Pekin died Wednesday April 13, 2011 at 3:01 a.m. at University of Louisville Hospital. Born March 15, 1939 in Harrisontown, Ind., he was the son of Raymond and Ruth Nicholson Applegate. Glen attended Salem and Pekin schools. He was a graduate of Sunset School of Preaching in 1972 and preached at many churches in the area. He was a builder and a farmer and was a member of Douglas Church of Christ. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force and started the South Boston Oprey. He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant child, and an infant brother. On August 28, 1958, he married Patricia Beasley, who survives. He is also survived by a daughter: Marijane (Randy) Crofford, of Henryville; two sons, Scott (Kim) Applegate of Pekin and Jim (Ann) Applegate of Palmyra; one brother, Lindall (Karen) Applegate of New Castle Penn., five sisters, Jean Kay, Doris Tyler, and Mary (Eugene) Miller of Salem, June (Lowell) Gray of Pekin, and Norma (Stuart) Collins of Sellersburg; eight grandchildren, two great-grandsons, and two step-granddaughters. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at Weathers Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Olive Branch Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday 4-9 p.m. and Monday from 8 a.m. until time of service. Glen H. Applegate
Women’s Giving Circle awards $6,415 in grants to 3 organizations benefitting women and children. Tea benefits nonprofits in a BIG way
Bible Aerobics By Margie A. Elliott Submit your answers via: Mail Margie A. Elliott - 11562 S. Wetzel Rd., Palmyra, IN 47167 Email email@example.com (Please put Bible Aerobics in the subject line) Telephone 967-2509 (Please leave your phone number) Where is this scripture found? “ For the power of the wicked will be broken, but the Lord upholds the righteous. The days of the blameless are known to the Lord, and their inheritance will endure forever.” Hint: P _ _ _ M. All those who enter will have their name placed in a monthly drawing for a $20 gift certificate to Heaven Sent Gifts, courtesy of Canton United Methodist Church. Deadline: Monday, April 18
Spaghetti Dinner May 15, 2011 The Glorifiers will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner and Concert after morning service on May 15 for a donation . All proceeds go toward purchasing non-perishable food for the Washington County Food Bank. Everyone is invited so please plan to stay after church and enjoy lunch and a concert provided by The Glorifiers. Menu: Salad Spaghetti & Meatballs Bread Brownie & Ice Cream Tea & Lemonade
April Birthdays 3 Gavin Cooper 4 Craig Jones 5 Sherri Purkhiser 8 Lonnie Brown 9 Matthew Deaton 11 Jackie Journell 14 Charles Elliott 15 Karen Qualkinbush 16 Lee Badger 17 Keri Alexander 18 Bob Huff 19 Denise Straley 19 Jacob Miller 20 Cleo Stephenson 20 Michael Trueblood 22 Brooke Hammond 25 Sylvia Cornwell 26 Amanda Porter 26 Emma Miller 28 Erica Worley 29 Donivan Gordon 29 Greg Purkhiser 30 Trina Wells
April 5 - Charlie & Judy Keltner April 7 - Dewey & Doris Hammond April 19 - Tom & Becky Brewer April 25 - Darrell & Cheyenne Tye
If you are participating in Westview’s 2011 Secret Sister program, don’t forget to check the table in the foyer for any cards or gifts.
Do you enjoy working, learning, playing, reading, singing, and just being with kids? Consider helping lead one of our children’s Sunday School classes this year. Our kids are excited to get to know you and learn about God, Jesus, and the Bible from you. See Anna Tegarden for more information.
A nursery is provided during our Sunday morning service. The nursery is located to the right as you come in the main entrance doors. Parents…
Please donate to the Washington County Food Bank.
Monthly Nursing Home Visitation 4 th Wednesday Night
Children’s Easter Practice Jeanie Combs is holding practice for 6 th grade and under in the Family Life Center during today’s morning service.
Get your Angel Food order form from Bob Hoar! Help raise money for our church by purchasing a basket this month!
April 17 6:00 p.m. With his mother a lawyer and his father a professor, Caleb Hogan has grown up understanding the importance of stating his case, backing it with facts, and choosing what's right ... Come What May . This ability has served him well in his internship at his mother's law firm and it has guided him to the college with the best Moot Court team. But has it prepared him to deal with the collision-course elements of the most important legal issue of our time? When does life really begin? Coming face-to-face with the realities and legalities of the abortion issue—both in preparation for the National Moot Court championship and as his mother prepares to argue a high-profile case before the Supreme Court—Caleb must decide what he truly believes. Wherever he lands will have consequences. If he takes the pro-life argument, he stands to lose the most important competition of his life—and the support of his mother. If he follows his mother's lead, he could win the coveted title ... but lose the heart of his teammate Rachel in the process. Along with her professor and classmates, Rachel not only understands the strength of the pro-life arguments, she believes them to her core. Life, from its beginning, exists to honor God. For Rachel, that plays out in her Moot Court arguments and in her daily life. Can Caleb find that same conviction? Can he win the heart of Rachel in the process? While compromise might be the easiest solution, it could also be the most dangerous. Come What May is a vivid reminder that choosing what's right is never easy ... but it's always worth the cost.