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New Philly’s Men’s Fellowship is smoking tasty, farm-fresh meats! We do all the work. You just heat and serve a great time-saving holiday meal! All meat is cooked on the Big Boy BBQ Smoker to delectable perfection under the direction of award-winning Pit Master Joey Transou!

Order now for your holiday enjoyment! PLEASE ORDER ONLINE AT: http://tinyurl.com/2018-npmc-meat-sale

Thanksgiving order deadline is Sunday, November 11 for pick up on Tuesday, November 20 (3 p.m. to 6 p.m.)

Christmas order deadline is Thursday, December 13 for pick up on Friday, December 21 (3 p.m. to 6 p.m.)

Pick up all orders in the foyer of the New Philadelphia Moravian Church Fellowship Hall. Unclaimed orders are donated to Samaritan Ministries.

Oink! (Porkilicious!)
Tenderloin, 1 to 1 ¼ pounds*, seasoned with mild spice rub. $15 each.

Gobble! (Turkeyummm!) 
Boneless breast, 3 pounds*, seasoned with rosemary-garlic rub. $20 each.

Moo! (Beeftastic!) 
Tenderloin, 1 ¾ to 3 ½ pounds**, $23 per pound ($40 to $80)
Meat Loaf, 2 ½ pounds*, seasoned with a BBQ rub, $17 each.

*Pre-cooked weight                 **Cooked weight

Reheating instructions are included with each order to ensure your maximum enjoyment of each selection.

Contact: Joey Transou, (336) 971-7804 or joey_transou@transourealty.com

Proceeds benefit the Simmons-Dula Fund for Laurel Ridge Camp supporting maintenance projects for Laurels Lodge, four cabins and Bahnson Hall. The Men’s Fellowship of New Philadelphia is dedicated to the mission of Laurel Ridge in “forming disciples of Jesus Christ who live and learn in community to serve in the world.”

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Rain or Shine!

Join us for some fun, Friday, October 26 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Food Trucks – Trunk or Treat – Fun and Games

If it’s raining, we’ll simply be inside the church – come in the back way behind the church near the picnic/playground area.

#newphillypreschool #fallfestival #jointhefun #foodtrucks #trunkortreat #funandgames 

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Congregational Council

On Sunday, October 21 at 5 p.m. we gather in the Fellowship Hall for our annual Congregational Council meeting. 

Nominees for board members are… 

Elders: Dan Franklin, Denise Hunt, Franklin Nifong,  Grace Shutt, Lisa Sutcliffe;

Trustees: Bill Byrd, Constance Linville, Tina McSwain, David Stanfield, Miranda Vaden, Earl Wall, Becky Ward;

Council Secretary: OPEN.


The Votes are In:

Elected to the Board of Elders: Grace Shutt, Franklin Nifong, Jack Shore

Elected to the Board of Trustees: Bill Byrd, Constance Linville, Earl Wall, Becky Ward

2019 Council Secretary: Emily McNeill

Thank you to those whose service is ending this year – your time and talent as a board member was greatly appreciated: Judy Cline, Mitzi Dease, Joe Jarvis, Beth Byrd, Mike Johnson, Tim Ward, Paul Williams

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On Thursday, November 8, the Funtastics will drive through the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains to the Chateau Morrisette Winery. The trip up will enable us to view the Fall colors in their peak.

After we tour the winery, there will be time to purchase wine, visit the tasting or just browse around the gift and wine shop. The tasting is optional and there is a $10 fee. We will have lunch in the winery’s restaurant. The bus will leave the church at 9 a.m.

Register your attendance with the Church office by November 5.

 

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We’re Glad You’re Here!

We welcome Tim Reynolds as our new Facility Manager at New Philadelphia!

Tim started work Monday, October 1 and is eager to help all church members with their facility needs.

You may reach Tim by email: tim@newphilly.org or phone 336-765-2331 ext. 313.

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October Funtastics

On October 11, the Funtastics will visit Victory Junction in Randleman, NC. Victory Junction is a Summer camp developed by the Petty family for children with fatal, or serious health problems. The goal of the camp is to get the children to forget about, for a week, their health conditions and just be kids. They do this through a wide variety of activities which include bowling, acting, archery and even repelling. There is much more, and they are extremely successful in obtaining their goal.

After our tour, we will have lunch at the Main Street South Steak House.

The bus will leave the church at 9:15 a.m. Register your attendance with the Church office by October 8.

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