This afternoon our church family will sponsor a "Drive-Thru Trail of Treats, an opportunity for parents to drive their children by various tables/stations to allow their children to get candy. It is an event that is free for the public. The event will take place at our property at the southwest corner of Marksheffel and Bradley Roads from 2:00-4:00 pm. We will also have a photo area set up for those who would enjoying having a family photo. Please "get the word out."
Because some family members and friends of Don Wisuri cannot physically attend his celebration of life service, Redemption Hill Church will live stream the service in its entirety tomorrow morning (Saturday) at 11:00 am. Please be sure to pray for the family during these difficult days.
On behalf of our church family, I extend my love, sympathy, and prayer support to the family of Don Wisuri, who passed away to heaven last Thursday, October 8. He was 83. Don was born on April 29, 1937 in Menahga, Minnesota. After a stint in the US Army, he became a cabinet maker by trade and also a woodworking teacher to high school students. Don and his wife were married on January 12, 1963 in Hayward, California. Don and Joyce were married for 48 years. She passed awa
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