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New Audio Recording Capabilities

The Governing Council approved the purchase of a digital audio recording devise that will make it easy to create audio CDs and podcasts of:

89 Cans of Soup!

Last Sunday our kids and kid's helpers brought forward to the altar 89 cans and packs of soup for the Good Samaritan Ministry of Franklin County.  This, of course, translates into 89 meals for people who might otherwise not have a meal, or have something far less nourishing that the soup which you have provided for them by God's grace.

Smithsonian Exhibit and Cowan Photo Display

If you haven't been down to the Cowan Performance Arts Center to see this, you should check it out.  The photography of working people is spectacular.  In addition to the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, there is a whole section dedicated to Cowan and the life of the town as it has been in

Single Young Adults Dinner for Wednesday, March 14, at the Manse/Parsonage

If you are a single, young adult, you're invited for dinner at MaryAnn and Andy Gay's house Wednesday, March 14 at 6pm.  Andy will be cooking up the meal.  Their address is 718 Elliott Drive.  Email: andygay@cowanfellowship,org.  Church Tel: 931-967-7195. Text Andy: 931-308-2341.

36 Bags of Rice for Good Samaritan Ministry

For March we gathered and dedicated 36 bags and boxes of rice for the Good Samaritan Ministry of Franklin County.

Beautiful Day for a Walk at Old Stone Fort

It was a great day indeed, when we hit the trail - walking the 1.3 miles around the ancient ceremonial field along Indian mounds dating around 2,000 years old.  We caught some of the early wild flowers in our camera lenses, as well as some shots of the falls of the two forks of the Duck River as it is coming off the Highland Rim.

Next Sunday Outing to Old Stone Fort State Park, Manchester

We'll be leaving from the church at 2pm.  We will take the trail along the rivers and the Indian mound that is a circular walk of about 1.3 miles.   The hiking is moderate to easy.  People can cut back to the visitor's center at many points of the trail by walking through

Help to the Hungry in February


Cowan Fellowship Church to Host Cowan Community Ash Wednesday Service

Here is the Cowan schedule for the season of Lent:

Charles Smith and Andy Gay Visit Decherd United Methodist Church Wednesday Night Youth Gathering

The Decherd United Methodist Church once had a youth group of about 10.  A while back they began a Wednesday night ministry in which they fed a meal to youth, and the word got out among kids around town to the point that, now, they have around 50 elementary-, middle- and high school kids every Wednesday.  Charlie Smith and Andy Gay, at the invitation of the pastor, Kevin Marston, whom Andy has met through the weekly lectionary gathering in Winchester, paid a visit to the Decherd ministry.

Thursday Evening Bible Study Begins This Coming Week: February 16

The study will begin this coming week (Thursday, February 16).  You are invited.  Please consider joining the group.

The study will be led by Sherwood Ebey.

We will meet from 6:30 until 8pm on the seven Thursday evenings from February 16 to March 29.  We will meet at the church.

All Church Outings Schedule

All Church Outings for Spring 2012:

CFC Trailblazers

The Cowan Fellowship Church would like to extend an invitation to all women to participate in a monthly outdoor walk. This month we will meet on Saturday, February 18, 2012 at 9:00 A.M. at the Fowler Center entrance to Abbo's Alley in Sewanee.

Cowan Fellowship Church Turns 50 in 2012!

Groundbreaking Scene

 

Book Give Away

We have more books that have been given to the church than we have storage for them.  A lot of books are in boxes, or just laying around in out of the way places.  The Governing Council is going to give people in the church first dibs at taking any books.  We'll offer the books on tables for a couple of Sundays (Feb 5 and 12).  After that, we will check out ministries who might can use the books.  Any books left over after that will be given to the Franklin County Library for their fund raising sales.

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