The Just Older Youth Club
Wayne Eppley, President
Fairley Cameron, Vice President
Billy & Nancy Deaton, Co-Treasurer
Lee Bridges, Recording Secretary
ABOUT OUR JOY CLUB !
Our JOY Club was formed on January 5, 2002, to promote and provide opportunities for adults (50 years old and older) to participate in wholesome-social recreation, church-related activities and mission projects of special interest to seniors. Our club meets in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church, Gastonia, NC, the first Tuesday of each month, September through May. Our meetings begin at 10:30 am and adjourn near 12:15 pm. At our meetings, after attending to brief Club matters, programs of interest, including music and education, are provided by invited program providers. We enjoy delightful meals together after which we adjourn. Membership dues are nine dollars ($9.00) for the club's program year plus one dollar ($1.00) for special ministries. For first-time members who join during the club year, dues are prorated at one-dollar ($1.00) per month for the month joined and the remainder of the club year plus one dollar ($1.00) for special ministries.
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2015
SOUTHERN GOSPEL VOCALIST
Matt Tollison was born, raised, and still lives in Fort Mill, SC. He has been involved in gospel-misic ministry for some eight years as a member of the Good News Trio of Rock Hill, SC. He has shared the stage with a number of gospel- music notables including Gold City, Florida Boys, Heaven Bound, and Dannie Funderburk. Matt and his wife, Heather, are members of Sisk Memorial Baptist Church where Matt has served as featured soloist, Praise Team member, and Royal Ambassador leader.
The goal of Matt Tollison Music is to evangelize sinners, to encourage the saints through Southern Gospel Music, and to offer testimony of how God can use willing vessels.
Menu for Tuesday, April 7
Roast Pork, Sweet Potato Casserole, Seasoned Green Beans,
Buttermilk Biscuits / Margarine,
Iced Tea / Coffee.
Ministry Theme for April 7, 2015 !
APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY FLOWERS!
With the purchase of small, potted, silk flowers by the JOY Club, members will make
personal visits to both Church and JOY Club homebound members and present to each a plant
to represent our love for them. Both the flowers and the list of the homebound and
their addresses will be available at our meeting in April.Club meetingA
on November 4, are asked to make a suggested contribution of one-dp;ar ($1.00) each.