Allowing Ourselves to be Healed

Cahaba Springs Members and Friends: Join us this Sunday, October 13 for Bible study at 9:30 and worship at 11. Our service is led by liturgist Joan Creighton and Pastor James D. McLeod.  Dr. McLeod's sermon title is Allowing Ourselves to be Healed, based on 2 Kings 5 and Luke 17. Our Director of Music, Dr. Joe Carter provides our instrumental anthem.

This evening, Sunday, October 13 at 6:30, Cahaba Springs hosts An Evening With Doug Jones. Senator Jones speaks about his book Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing that Changed the Course of Civil Rights. There will be a reception and book signing following the presentation.

Our Presbyterian Home for Children work day is Friday, October 18. We meet in the lot behind Jim ‘N Nicks at 7, have breakfast at Jack's, arrive at the home at 8:30; and leave around 3. Please contact Danny Foote or Karen O'Brien if you would like to take advantage of this service opportunity.

Please mark your calendars and invite your friends to our Stop the Bleed presentation sponsored by UAB. The program is on Wednesday, October 30 at 6. Stop the Bleed provides bystanders the ability to help in a bleeding emergency. Please call the church office to register.

Remember to join the Chordmakers each Friday at 5:30 for a covered dish dinner followed by an evening of music featuring gospel tunes, bluegrass, and pops. We look forward to seeing you there.

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