HOSPITALS, REHAB AND EXTENDED CARE
To Alan, Jennifer, Ella Mae, and Sara House in the death of Alan’s father, William Harold House of Monroeville, on September 14th.
To Bill Dibble; Brant, Brandi & Benjamin Dibble; and to Ashleigh, Jordan, and Jeffrey Dibble in the death of Bill’s wife and Brant, Ashleigh, Jordan, and Jeffrey’s mother, Chris Dibble, on September 15th.
To Kathy and Dale Scivley, Lauren & Brad McGiboney and Jaime & Michael Scivley in death of Dale’s father and Lauren and Michael’s grandfather, D.C. Scivley of Hoover, on September 15th.
To Karen, Randy, Rebecca, and Randy Long in the death of Karen’s mother, Margaret Truly, on September 16th.
To Roye Annette Flowers in the death of her father, Roy Deerman, on September 18th.
To Vicki and Gray Buck on the birth of their granddaughter, Ella Gray Orman, on September 5th. Ashbey and Paul Orman are the proud parents.
To Danielle and Chad Darley on the birth of their son, Davis Bryan Darley, on August 17th. Hudson and Hilton are the proud big brothers.
NEED MORE INFORMATION?
If you have additional information for the Congregational Care page or need any assistance with additional information, please contact Gail Ashe at 769-0109.
Our love for this community is not only held within the walls of the church building. That’s why we have dedicated teams of pastors and volunteers that reach out into hospitals, rehab facilities, retirement homes, and even members who are home but unable to attend worship services. We want to help. Just let us know how.
If you have a prayer request, we’d love to pray for you.
This beautiful, intimate chapel provides the perfect setting for a quiet time of prayer. Located on the Kentucky Ave. side of the building, the chapel is open 24/7 to anyone needing a place to connect with God.