The midweek update from the Pioneer Memorial Church
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Andrews Academy Ushers in the Holidays

Andrews Academy will be presenting the 43rd annual Feast of Lights program on Friday, December 11, 2015 at 7:00p.m.   The community is invited to attend this spectacular night of music, Scripture and drama honoring the King of Kings.  It is an evening of lights, bells, instruments, choral singing, congregational singing, shepherds, a Nativity scene, and the retelling of a glorious Christmas story.  Portions of Vivaldi's Gloria as well as Handel's Hallelujah chorus will be performed, along with many other familiar carols. The church sidewalks will be arrayed in Christmas lighting.  The program will speak to your hearts of His wondrous love.  All are invited to attend this free program held at Pioneer Memorial Church.  

 You are also invited to an evening of popular Christmas music on Saturday, December 12, at 7:00p.m. at the Howard Performing Arts Center. Join us as we bring in the holidays with a variety of well-known Christmas songs and holiday favorites performed by the band, handbell ensemble, strings, and choirs.


Soup for Students

It is time to show our love and support again to students during final’s week! On December 8, Tuesday, let’s give them some bowls of love.

We need commitments from 25 people so we can have at least 25 pots of soup. Please let us know by December 3, Thursday, if you are willing to make a difference in this way.

To volunteer to make a pot of soup please call Lailane Legoh at 269-471-3543


Where's the Baby?

The two young women, sisters, were out for a late afternoon stroll along the popular walking path in Compton, south LA. “Do you hear that cat?” one of them stopped. Both listened. Sure enough—from somewhere not so far away came a faint whimper. “Gotta be a cat.” They strained to listen. “Sounds more like a baby to me.” Impossible. Nothing there but the asphalt bike path and a chain linked fence. But they heard it again. “It’s gotta be.” They dialed 911. . .read more

by Dwight Nelson, Lead Pastor


Children's Christmas Celebration

On Sabbath December 12, during both services, PMC families will have the opportunity to join together in the spirit of giving.

Bring a new, unwrapped toy for anyone between the age of zero and sixteen and it will be shared with the kids in our community.

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