Wednesday, November 19, 2014

volunteer of the week PHYLLIS KEATON

This week The Community Fellowship’s “volunteer of the week is Phyllis Keaton!!!

 

Phyllis Keaton has been a valued part of The Community Fellowship family since Mother’s Day of this year.  She was baptized June 1st and regularly reads her Bible every night before bed as God is changing her life.

 

During preparation for our B2S (Back2School) outreach Phyllis was at the church every day sorting and arranging clothes for the children that would be blessed with new shoes, backpacks, socks, clothes and haircuts.

 

Phyllis is a volunteer in the Clothes Closet Ministry and works hard to ensure that those in our community that come to this event each month find articles of clothing for their families well organized and easy to find.

 

On Sunday mornings Phyllis is often a volunteer in our Children's Nursery ministering to our youngest and most precious attendees.

 

In her spare time Phyllis loves to spend time with her daughters Angie Norman and Kimberly Cope.  She also cherishes having time to be with her grandsons Jon-Jon 11, Hayden 8 and granddaughter Riley who is 10 months old.  Phyllis is a "Stay at home Granny" that lovingly takes care of her grandchildren and family.

 

Scripture that reflects in Phyllis’ service is John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son that whosoever will believe in will not perish by have everlasting life.”

 

We are very excited to celebrate Phyllis Keaton as our Community Fellowship's Volunteer of the Week!  Thank you Phyllis for sharing your servant’s heart with our church family and our community!

 

 

*** for more information about The Community Fellowship or Dream Center call 276-647-8231 or email cmartin@thecommunityfellowship.org.  To give online click on this link   https://tcf.ccbchurch.com/trx_submit.php?type=public_gift ***

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