Sunday, October 19, 2008

Pastor Janet Kreis Delivered Today's Message

Our own Pastor Janet Kreis,
delivered the message this

Pastor Kreis has been with
the Coudersport Gospel Tab-
ernacle over 30 years.

She is a gifted pastor, teacher,
and author.

She is in great demand as
a speaker in churches in Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
and Virginia.

Prayer Times Scheduled Until Election Day

Gospel Tabernacle Always Supports The Gideons

This gentleman from the Gideons spoke today. The
Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle gave a generous
contribution to the Gideons cause of providing bibles.

Jim and Laurie Goetz Come Back For Visit

Jim and Laurie Goetz, former Coudersport residents, who are now living in the Syracuse area, were in church today.

Jim was an Adelphia employee who moved to Syracuse to take a job with Time Warner when they shut down their call center in Coudersport.

Laurie performed a dance on stage in the new sanctuary. She is a professional dance instructor.

Jim and Laurie were faithful participants at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle when they lived in Coudersport.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Bob Eustace Opened With Prayer Sunday

Distinguished Visitors
Pastor Bob Eustace from "Plentiful Harvest" in King
Of Prussia, PA, opened today's service with prayer
and was scheduled to minister at tonight's youth service.

Candidate for US Congress in the 5th District, Glenn Thompson
worshiped with us this Sunday morning at Coudersport
Gospel Tabernacle. Mr. Thompson is a born
again christian, active in his church, Boy Scouting, and his Fire
Department. He spoke briefly of his campaign travels in the
large area of the 5th District, including seeing his first Elk and
hitting a bear with his car. He thanked those who helped him
win the primary election last spring. Mr. Thompson
received the endorsement of long time Congressman
John Peterson, and won the Republican primary against
candidates spending millions of dollars on advertising.

Glenn Thompson asked the people at the Coudersport Gospel
Tabernacle to pray for our government in these difficult times.

Worshipers at the Gospel Tabernacle were urged to drop in at the church Monday through Saturday from 12 to 1 pm and from 7:30 to 8:30 pm until the election, to pray for our nation.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Pastor Geiser's Wife Has Died

Dr. David Minor, Sr. sadly informed the congregation at service Sunday morning that Lynn Dee Geiser, wife of Gospel Tabernacle Pastor Lynn Geiser has passed away at Geisinger Hospital.


Lynn Dee Geiser, 51, of Coudersport died Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008, at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA.

Friends are invited to attend a memorial service to be held at noon Saturday at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle on the Port Allegany Road.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a scholarship fund to be established for Mrs. Geiser's daughters.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Ardelle Herzing, Artist, Recognized At Reception

The Artists Among Us

The Inn On Maple Street was the place to be last
Sunday afternoon. The Inn hosted an Open House
and a reception for Ardelle Herzing, an extremely
talented local artist who displayed over 40 pieces
of her collection of paintings she has done.

It was Ardelle's day as friends and admirers gathered
at The Inn on Maple Street, looked over her paintings,
and snacked on Red Velvet Cake, tea and coffee.

Celia Gribbien (left) asks Ardelle (right) about one
of her paintings hung at the Inn

Deb Heroux (L) and Cynthia Jones (R) look over a scrapbook
of Artist Ardelle Herzing's Artwork on display at the
Inn on Maple Street, in Port Allegany Sunday.

Click to see photos of Ardelle's paintings.

Photos by James Jones (c) 2008

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