• Bible Class Fundraiser - The Bible Class would like to thank everyone that came out and supported them last night at their fundraiser. It was an amazing night of worship! If anyone wasn't able to make it and would still like to donate, there is a box on the back hall table or you can mail a check to Nancy Kaufmann.


  • Journey Bags - Again this year, we will be filling “Journey bags” for children needing to be taken from their homes and placed in foster care. It’s our “Pack the Bag with LOVE” project, which will provide personal belongings and comforting items for displaced children. This year all the bags will be for children newborn to 24 months. The bags are available beginning today (2/7/16) and can be picked up in the Sunday School room. Please sign up for one or more bags at the table in the hall or in the big Sunday School room.

    If you would rather donate money to this cause, you may do so at the back table by writing “Journey Bag Project” in the subject line and placing your donation in the special collection box. We also ask that you please pray for the hearts of our Sunday School children as they help fill backpacks & for the foster children that will receive the journey bags. Contact Merle or Elsie Eisenmann if you have any questions.


  • Baptisms - We are looking forward to testimonies on Saturday, February 20 at 7pm and baptisms on Sunday, February 21 at noon.


  • Missions Night - On February 27th, our church will be hosting a Missions Night from 5 to 8pm. Many local ministries will be on hand to share what they do and how we can be serving alongside them. All ages are welcome and please invite others to this event.


  • Mennonite Relief Sale Pies - This year's Mennonite Relief Sale will be held on March 18th and 19th. As in the previous years, Bloomington church is in charge of making the pies for the Friday night Fish and Chicken Dinner. We need all the help we can get in making 160+ pies! There are a few changes this year so please make sure to read the sign up sheets closely.  Signing up to make or sell pies is most helpful, and you can find a sign-up sheet on the hall table. If you're not able to make pies but would like to make a donation of ingredients or money, please contact Megan Martin. Thank you, in advance, for your help and support! This job could not be done without the help of our church family!



  • HarvestCall Winter Work Project

    Apostolic Christian HarvestCall is eager to announce a Winter Rebuilding Ministry in Bastrop County, Texas.  Two floods – one in May and another in October - caused severe damage to hundreds of homes.  A wildfire in mid-October destroyed approximately 65 homes.  Many families have been displaced by these disasters and are in need of help to repair and rebuild their homes and lives.  Thirty volunteers are needed each week starting Feb. 7 and continuing through April 30th.  Please consider giving of your time and talents to minister to those in need.  Skilled tradesmen and unskilled workers are needed, as are those with an interest in sharing their faith with those we serve.  Get additional information and register at



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