Why We Love Our Singles!
We have an awesome group of singles at the ATCC, and here are a few reasons why.

1.  They are close, like family. 
2.  They know how to find joy and have a good time.
3.  They are great servants. 

4.  They are devoted to one another.  Both the men and women meet faithfully in a discipling groups. This past weekend the women had a mini retreat at Christina Valeary's house, and studied a Christian living lesson together.

5.  They are active!!  Look at this packed list of singles acitvities:
Nov. 3 -- Breakfast Devo
Nov. 10 -- Seafood Boil
Nov. 17 -- Volleyball/Scavenger Hunt
Nov. 24 -- Service Project
Nov. 30--Dec. 1 -- Chattanooga
Dec. 8th -- Devo
Dec. 15 -- Rob's graduation party/Secret Santa Party
Dec. 29-Jan 1 -- Journey Conference at North River

Let's love and appreciate our singles, and be inspired by their example!
Singles hanging out with some visiting singles this past summer.
Congratulations to Tuskegee freshman Nya Martin, who was was baptized on Nov. 2, by her brother, Nathan, who was a surprise attendee. We'll share more information, but this video by Timira Taylor does a wonderful job of capturing the event.
This Week's Memory Verses:
How good and pleasant it is when God's people live together in unity!  Psalm 133:1

There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death  Prov. 16:25

There is one body and one Spirit, just as also you were called in one hope of your calling; one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all. Eph 4:4-6

having been buried with him in baptism, in which you were also raised with him through your faith in the working of God, who raised him from the dead. Col 2:12

and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also--not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a clear conscience toward God. It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ I Peter 3:21

Bring Donations This Sun.
Misha Aldridge is collecting donations to send to children in need in Africa, Her softball team is putting togehter shoeboxes to send, and we are happy to help them!   ANY donations of ONE OR MORE of the following items will be appreciated.  You may also donate money, and the group will purchase the items.  Bring the items to church and by November 12.

Shoe Box

"Wow" item

Soccer ball  or kick ball (make sure to include manual air pump)
Stuffed animal
Outfit of clothing to wear
Small musical instrument (like a harmonica or woodwind recorder)

Personal Care
Bar soap (packaged or in a container)
Adhesive Bandages (Colorful ones are good.  No antibiotic ointment)
Reusable plastic containers cup, water bottles, plate, bowl, blunt edged utensils
Hairbrush or comb

Clothing and Accessories (in boy's or girl's size)
Shirts and pants
Pillowcase dress (loose fitting sundress)
Shoes and socks
Tote bag/purse
Flip flops

Crafts and Activities
Small manual pencil sharpener
Colored pencils
Pencil case
Coloring books
Watercolor set
Playdough (idea: things to manipulate dough, like plastic cookie cutters)
Small adhesive tape
Picture book
Building blocks
Glue Sticks (not liquid glue)
Jump rope

Foam ball
Etch a sketch
Toy cars, trucks or boats
Tennis ball
Plastic dinosaurs
Finger puppets
Interactive push button toys (include batteries)

Below: Scenes from Sunday's Gathering

Sun. Nov. 4 - Worship Gathering at VFW
Sat. Nov. 10 - Singles Seafood Boil
Sun. Nov. 18 - Lord's Supper Meal
Sun. Dec. 9 - Christmas Service and Party, Keisel Park
Dec. 29-Jan. 1 - Singles Conference: "JOURNEY ON" at the North River Church of Christ.
Giving on 10/28/18 was $1223.18

Minimum Operating Budget: $2100
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