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PAGE A10 Wednesday, October 3, 2012 Faith ~p[r[t of JEFFERSON and FARMER'SADVOCATE Bulletin ::' Bulletin byterian's youth. There will be one worship service at 11 a.m. wken the Rev. Chuck Klotz- berger will join Pastor John Bethard in the pulpit with oth- er pastors who have served the congregation as special guests. The Charles Town Presbyte- rian Church museum will also be open during this time. Fol- lowing worship, there will be a RSVP-only catered luncheon and a short program. For ques- tions, contact the church office at 304-725-5316, email orct- or visit www. Church benefit motorcycle ride: The Asbury United Meth- odist Men will he holding a Christian motorcycle benefit ride and lunch on Oct. 13. The event will begin with lunch at noon. Registration cost for the event is $20 per rider and $10 per passenger. For ques- tions, contact the church office Feeding students: The Car- at 304-725-5513 or email bill- ing Cupboard provides needy Jefferson County schoolchil- dren with Shelf-stable foods on Anniversary celebration: The weekends and operates from Charles Town Presbyterian the back entryway of Shepherd- Church will be celebrating its stown Lutheran Church's parish 225th anniversary on Oct. 14 house. The church is seeking with a number of special pro- food and monetary donations, grams. At 9:45 a.m., adults are which may be dropped off at invited to the sanctuary for a the Parish House, 110 N. King special presentation about the St., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday church's history. Children are to Thursday or mailed to P.O. invited to attend a "living his- Box 2008 Shepherdstown, WV tory play" created and per- 25443. To volunteer, callKarra formed by Charles Town Pres- Cubellis at 304-870-7266. Eye Care Back to School! Get a free school supply kit for all students who have eye exams at our office. While supplies last. We carry sunglasses with interchangeable lenses, so you can wear them with or instead of contact lenses. Dr. Richard C. Rebuck OD 805 N. Mildred St., Ranson, WV 25438, 304-725-2020 I Leaders at Charles Town Baptist Church believe that all are Called to reach, teach, love and serve for the sake of the kingdom of God. ROBERT SMITH ROBERT SMITH SUS did. He talked to the most gion from Liberty University in "Regardless of what part of Spirit Staff hard cases and outcasts of soci- Lynchburg, Va. He is a doctor- life you are in, what station in eties, the lepers and the prosti- al candidate at Luther Rice Uni- life your in, what ups and downs CHARLESTOWN-Amulti- tutes, the down-and-outers and versity, you go through, there's hopo, generational community of be- the tax collectors and he always Hotaling sees the church as a there's peace, there's grace. I lievers, Charles Town Bap- showed love and acceptance for source of support for the cam- think the world we live in wants tist Church seeks to bring pea- who they were. If I'm not mis- munity, to beat people down. We don't pie from all walks of life into a taken, Jesus was called a friend "People from all walks of life have to be ruled by the bad stronger and more meaningful to sinners. When we get into come here and feel at home. things in life. I found, throug[a relationship with Jesus Christ. modem, contemporary, tradi- There is a sense of invitation, the gospel, that those things db "We try to simplify faith, tional religion, there is a lot of a sense that people are wanted, 'not determine a person's wortl) There is an awful lot of reli- guilt and finger-pointing and a that we care about you..You can or value. I have found peac.e gious rules in the world," P~/s- lot of 'us versus them' and a lot choose to fit in here if you want and hope and others can find tar Brian Hotaling said. "I think of 'those other kind of people.' to and find people to connect that, too," Hotaling said. "OuT there is a lot of dogma and there I don't think it's right or Bibli- with," Hotaling said. "We try to doors are always open to any~ is a lot of guilt, fear and shame cal." do quality in the things that we body who would choose to be a with traditional religion." A retired first sergeant Army do. We're not going to be the part of us." " Hotaling said he doesn't be- Ranger, Hotaling has served the right church for everybody, but Sunday services are held at lieve this represents the true Charles Town congregation for the things that we do, we try to 8:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday schod message of the Gospels. "I three years. He holds a master's do with excellence, quality and begins at 9:45 a.m. think the Bible is about grace, degree in divinity from Luther with a lot of passion." For questions about Charle~ love and freedom- freedom to Rice University in Atlanta and a Hotaling has a message for Town Baptist Church, call the be who you are. That's what Je- master's degree in arts and reli- the community, church office at 304-728-6434; Get discounts up to 40% * Saving money is important. That's why you can count on us' to get you all the discounts you deserve. GET TO A BETTER STATE'. CONTACT AN AGENT TODAY. Bob Snyder, Agent 211 N George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Bus: 304-725-7077 Lana Shultz, Agent 1119 South George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Bus: 304-728-7416 Tammy Sirbaugh, Agent 217 Oak Lee Drive, Suite 2A Ranson, WV 25438 Bus: 304-725-5433 RE-ELECT DELEGATE LAWRENCE! 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I About Delegate Lawrence Native and lifelong resident of Jefferson County, WV MBA Graduate of Shenandoah University and BS Graduate of Shepherd University Business & non-profit management experience Volunteer and civicleader Serves on the state Education, HeaJth & Human Resources, and as Vice Choir of the Committee on Political Subdivisions Sponsored & co-sponsored 39pieces of legislation that passed into West Virginia state low Issues of Importance Education:.Fight to prevent the loss of public employees from the Eastern Panhandle due to inadequate salaries; provide more local control Infrastructure: Address our growing infrastructure challenges and work to improve safety on our crowded roads Economic Development:Create a more business friendly environment to attract high paying jobs HeolthcoreiProvideadditional'heolthcare services & programming for Veterans & citizens