Trent’s Mill News

Published 12:34 pm Thursday, July 2, 2015

Buckingham Baptist Church, located at 24234 North James Madison Highway, will host Vacation Bible School July 6-10 from 5:45-8:45 p.m. nightly. This years theme will be “Journey Off The Map.” While exploring uncharted territory, children will discover that Jesus is the Ultimate Guide. They will learn that, even when faced with the unexpected, they can know how to listen for God’s direction.

Each night will start with Worship Rally at the Overlook, followed by a light dinner at Survival Springs. Then the children begin rotations to Bible study at Tangled Branch Tree House, Crafts at Shady Grove, Missions at Boulder Bridge, Music at Rushing Waters, and Recreation at Rappelling Ravine.

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Children are invited to come out and have some fun while learning about God’s word. There will be ice cream and an obstacle course that ends with a trip down the big water Slip & Slide (so bring towels) but remember to preregister on July 5 at 5 p.m.

Pastor Doug Adams and the congregation cordially invite all children ages 3 to 11 to attend.

The Buckingham County Christian Fellowship Association, a non-profit organization, will hold their regular monthly meeting on July 6 at 5 p.m. at the Browns Chapel United Methodist Church, located off of U.S. Route 15 North of Dillwyn on State Route 617 (Gravel Hill Rd).

All members are invited to attend and bring a covered dish for the meal. The program will follow the meal. For further information or to learn more about the group, contact President Barry Miles at home 804-492-5806 or cell 434-315-4181.

Spreading God’s Gifts Inc. of Buckingham is a non-profit organization that extends help to their hour of need and providing funding toward scholarships.  All are invited to come and learn how to help at their regular monthly meeting, scheduled for July 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the conference room of Buckingham County Public Library.  All board members and interested persons are asked to attend.  For further information, call 434-983-2269 or 804-492-5806.

 Congratulations to the 2014/2015 graduates from all high schools, colleges and universities.  May each of you venturing out into the real world find a rewarding future as you put your plans into action.  We are praying for God’s best for you.

 All are invited to join the town of Scottsville on July 4 from 4-9 p.m. on the river for bands, food vendors and fireworks.

Reminder:  the Independence Day holiday runs from July 3-5.  Let us remember those who have fought and those who continue to fight for our freedom and their families.  Also, allow extra travel time to and from your destination.  Buckle up! It›s the law.

A bit of humor:  A lady gets a speeding ticket and goes to court.  The judge asks, ‘Ma’m What do you have to say?.”  “Your honor, I am not going to pay this ticket.”  The judge asks, “Why?”  She replied, “The sign out front said, ‘Fine for parking.’”