Be with us Sunday as we continue making our way through the Beatitudes within our sermon series on the Gospel According to Matthew. 
Each week I send you this newsletter to keep you updated on what's ahead in the life of our church. I'm going to take this space now to highlight a few items that are of special importance over the next several days.
First, please note the bridal shower for Rachael Rugg tomorrow from 2-3:30 p.m. She and Jacob Demuth are registered at, Amazon Wedding on, and Let's support them as they prepare for marriage!
Secondly, I'd like to mention the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church this Sunday. People all over the globe will lift up persecuted Christians in prayer. Let me encourage you to do the same. To help with that, visit How appropriate to mention this now, for as we move through the Beatitudes, we land upon Matthew 5:10-12: "Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you."
Lastly, let me draw special attention to this Wednesday night. During the normal Table Talk time, our adults will cover the difficult but necessary Birds and the Bees discussion. We did this in the Spring, and as a parent I can say this was incredibly helpful. Our children need to know how to biblically understand sex, and parents are to be the primary educators in this area. I hope you will attend and participate. This will be helpful for all adults even if you don't have children. Even if your children are grown, we could use your wisdom. This discussion is for adults; all children's classes will operate as normal. 
I think that does it for now. Other times of teaching, prayer, service, and fellowship are listed below. See you Sunday. 
Grace be with you.
Our nursery continues to grow, and we need your help to care for our youngest members and point them to Jesus! Tammy Teal is helping with signups, and she'd love to hear from you and schedule you for nursery. Click here to send her an email or give her a call at 541.274.1158. Thank you for serving in the nursery. 

Worship Nursery volunteers
Nov. 6: Beth Wickliffe, Madison McCarter
Nov. 13: Britni Maple, One Needed
Nov. 20: Jill Webb, One Needed
Nov. 27: Dorothy Peden, William Davenport

Children's Church for November
Kenny Maple

Sunday School volunteers
Nursery: Sarah Wickliffe
Preschool (3.5-6): Lynn McCarter
Elementary (6-9): Lisa Miller
Preteen (10-13): Ann Spaar
Teenagers: Thomas Tripp
Order of Worship
Prayer List
Nov. 10: WIC Evening Meeting, 7 p.m.
Nov. 12: Men of the Covenant, 8 a.m.
Nov. 14: Fountain Inn Kid Enrichment (FIKE) Thanksgiving Devotional, 3:30 p.m. at Capstone Church. 
Nov. 17: WIC Morning Meeting, 10 a.m.
Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4: New Members/ Inquirer's Sunday Class, 9-10:45 a.m.
Nov. 20: Evening Thanksgiving Service with the Lord's Supper, 5:30 p.m.
The upcoming dates for officer training are Nov. 6, and 13. Trainings begin at 3:30 p.m. Let's look forward to learning together!

On Sundays from 5:30-7 p.m. our women are meeting at the home of Tracy Williams (113 Baldwin Creek Way, Simpsonville) for a study of Biblical Femininity to discover the clarity and freedom in God's design for women. Don't miss these studies from now until Nov. 20.

Additional pages for our new directory are located on the back pew of the sanctuary.

Boxes are still available in the front of the sanctuary. Return the filled boxes by Nov. 13 to the bench in the back of the sanctuary. The Deacon's Fund is going to fill any boxes that are not taken. Please consider a donation to the Deacon's Fund for this project to fill these boxes and spread the Gospel to children worldwide. 

Elections for the office of elder and deacon will happen Dec. 4 at 11 a.m. prior to our morning worship service.
Fairview Family Worship Guide

Book of the Month | The Presbyterian Story: Origins and Progress of a Reformed Tradition by Donald Fortson
For a while now, I've used this space to suggest a book to you; November's book is a concise and yet informative history of Presbyterianism in America, connecting our history with that of the Reformation and even with the early church. Pick up a copy wherever good books are sold. What else are you reading these days? Let me know!
Pastor | Rev. Jonathan Williams, 803.629.2952

Assistant Pastor | Rev. Kenny Maple, 864.608.6033

Session | Preston Garrett, John Martzin, Jim McClimon, Tom Miller, Tom Sevcik, Dan Shirley

Deacons | Stutts Armstrong, Cephas DiLella, Wes McCarter, Jimmy Sprouse, James Wickliffe

Jimmy is our Deacon of the Month | 864.958.0092
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