Ok, so this came up last night at our meeting and I’m kinda curious as to what you guys think about it. Lately, its not been hard to notice that the numbers at Laurel have been down. When Dr. Siburt came to town a couple of weeks ago, both first and second service meet at the same time. Several people have said they noticed that the worship service seemed more spirited than normal. Ok so here’s what I want to know.
What would you feel about having only one service? Service would start at 9:00 and class at 10:15. Until the numbers go up and the auditorium just can’t hold any more people, I think it is a great idea. It also makes it easier on the worship leaders. Instead of doing two services, there would only be one. Also, we’d be done with church a little ealier, so we’d be guaranteed to beat the Baptists.
Same site, new address…
The old address will still work. This one is just easier. Also when I (eventually) graduate or leave UT, I’ll be able to move the site and update the address pointer.
After work I headed over to Laurel as some hopes of getting dinner. Since we all meet in the auditorium for class on Sunday morning, the usual signup sheet did not go around. By now, Mark and Rachel Scarlett count me whether I signed up or not, so its all good. So afterwards I headed over to the CSC to meet up with the group that would be going to the Knoxville Center of the Deaf. Just about 5 minutes before we were to leave I get a call from Mr. Mike Buckley. There was a Communications Committee meeting tonight. He first asks me if I would be willing to be on it, and then he asks if I can make it over to the meeting. Since I was at the CSC and it was 6:10, getting over to Laurel seemed to be a futile effort, so I told him next meeting.
Anyways, over at the KCD, Jesse D., Adam B., Adam F., and I moved stuff out of this room upstairs and put it into a garage downstairs. After this was finished, we joined up with everybody else who was putting masking tape around the edges so another group can paint. It was pretty fun. The guy thought it was probably a two and half hour job, but it was finished in a little under an hour.
Muriel Brown passed this onto me. This is an exchange between their daughter Jessica and Jessica’s husband Matt who is serving in Iraq. Jessica’s response is below in the picture.
Oh how these are missed! Which ones are your favorites?