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2023Theme:  “From surviving to thriving: Coming out strong”
Scriptures: Genesis 9:1, 1 Samuel 30:10; 1 Chronicles 28:20; Proverbs 3:9&10; Proverbs 16:9; Psalm 23:5; Psalm 24; Psalm 94:17-19; Isaiah 64:4; Matthew 6:33; Philippians 1:6; Philippians 4:13
Hymn:  “His Eye Is On The Sparrow”
Song: ” I made it out” – John P. Kee

YOUTH NEWSLETTER:  The current issue of our youth newsletter, “The Nazzy,”  is available by clicking on this link

GIRL SCOUTS: The Girl Scouts' annual cookie sale is underway. To place your order, contact a troop member, or Renee Evans or Sabrina Preston or call the church office at 803-254-6232.

W.H.NEAL YOUTH CHOIR: The W.H. Neal Youth Choir celebrates its anniversary Jan. 29 in worship. Join us and support our children as they provide joyful song

SOUPER BOWL & JERSEY SUNDAY: Wear your favorite athletic, fraternal or school jersey and support the Souper Bowl's fight against hunger by donating $1
as you depart. or donating non-perishable food items.

WH NEAL COLLEGE DAY: Our WH Neal College Day rally is underway. This effort supplements the church’s annual financial contributions to Benedict and Morris colleges. Donations may be made online, via CashApp or mailed/dropped off at the church office now-Feb. 12. Contact Rev. Olivia Williams, College Day coordinator, your former captains or the church office for further information. Our HBCU’s need our financial support.

JANUARY IS NATIONAL BLOOD DONOR MONTH: A blood donation is truly an incredible gift that an individual can give to others in need. In only 45-60 minutes, an eligible individual can donate one unit of blood that can be separated into four
individual components that could help save multiple lives. From one unit of blood, red blood cells can be extracted and used to treat patients who lost blood due to trauma or those who are recovering from surgery. Plasma, the liquid part of blood, is
typically administered to patients with requiring treatment to improve blood clotting. Platelets, a third component, clot the blood when cuts or other open wounds occur, and are often used in the treatment of patients with cancer or those
undergoing organ transplants. Finally, cryoprecipitate anti-hemophilic factor (AHF) is also used for clotting factors. The Healthcare Ministry encourages those who are eligible to donate blood or blood components regularly to ensure that this lifesaving resource is available for patients whenever and wherever it is needed.

GIVING: “Give, and you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full—pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, running over, and poured into your lap. The amount you give will determine the amount you get back.” Your giving matters. In addition to in-person worship, these giving options are available:
Online by credit/debit card/check, Cash App $fnbc1877, mail/drop off at the church office. Receptacles for tithes and offerings are located in the back of the sanctuary as
you exit. Thank you for your gifts and your generosity in supporting the ministry at First Nazareth.

COVID-19: We all have the responsibility to protect ourselves, our families, friends, and community. Pastor and Mrs. Scott urge you to Get VAXXED! Get BOOSTERED! Get TESTED! Stay MASKED UP! ! CDC data indicates the state's and
Richland County’s community level of Covid cases are high and recommends wearing face masks indoors in public space. Free, at-home Covid test kits are available again at or