The Little Church That Could...
58 Howes Corner Road
The members of NTUPC and the town of Turner would like to sincerely thank the Timberlands ATV Club for their generous donation to the Turner Food Bank. The Club held a benefit supper in June and presented this check for $2,514. to church members who run the Food Bank. Thank you so much!!!
100 Attend Patriotic Sunday
Sunday, June 26 was filled with red, white and blue and people celebrating their freedoms and thanking those who help provide them.
More than 100 people filled the sanctuary, listened to the church choir, heard presentations from Veterans and sang patriotic songs with feeling.
For the first time, the community's First Responders were honored along with the Veterans and the Turner Volunteer Fire Department turned out in force and in uniform. It was a stirring sight as the group of firefighters marched from the BQMC to the church for the service.
"It made me catch my breath," Elder Lawrence Punk House said. "It was inspiring."
Rev. Lissa Bradford organizes this yearly celebration of patriotism and it is always held the Sunday before July 4.
Our Thanks Go Out to All of These Heroes
Community Clothing Center Opened for the Season in May
We would like to thank everyone who has been making this such a successful year at the Community Clothing Center. We seem to have a full house every Wednesday evening.
We would like to especially thank Deacons Brenda Mullins and Penny Jaskalen who work so hard with many sidekicks including Goldie Sampson to keep the Center clean, organized and free of old merchandise. It's a lot of work and the Church and Community appreciate the effort.
This years quilt which is up for silent auction throughout our supper season was made by the ladies of the church. Many helping hands undertook squares which represent Bible verses and/or stories including Noah, Joseph and his Coat of Many Colors and various Christian stars. Please put in your bids at one of three remaining suppers. This one will have a lot of bidders!
Christ Gives Us Redemption
We would love to share the story and joy of our redemption with you each and every Sunday morning. We hold services at 9 a.m. and would love to welcome you to our friendly country church. Everyone is welcome as we worship, share friendship, give support and laugh together.
This year's handmade quilt for the silent auction which runs throughout the supper season will make its debut at Mud Supper on April 10. It was made by Martha Hodgkin and finished by the ladies of the church. Bids can be put in during any church supper when the quilt is on display. Bid high, bid often!
Please see Church Activities Page for a complete listing of upcoming community events