Go

Contact Us

  • Phone: (615) 373-1782
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address: 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN 37027

 

 

OH Prayer Requests & Notes

There are no services or classes Wed. evening, March 22 due to spring break!  Our normal Wed. night schedule will resume March 29.
3pm Wed. afternoon Adult Bible Class will still meet!

Send a note of encouragement and love to those who have lost a loved one or are experiencing health issues. Some are celebrating a special birthday, and others celebrating new life through birth or baptism. Send a blessing to someone today!

Sympathy 

William Harris Swiggart IIIgrandfather of Will Swiggart  
Passed away March 11.
Visitation is Saturday, March 18 at 12 noon until the funeral at 2:30 at Woodlawn.
Your prayers are appreciated during this time of loss. 

Eva Crothers, mother of John & mother in law of Janet, also Jenny Stephenson's grandmorther
Passed away March 14. She was a longtime beloved OC member and also taught for years at the Otter Creek Preschool. 
Visitation is Sunday, March 19 from 1-3pm with the service at 3:30 in the sanctuary at OC. A family burial will be on Tuesday.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Encouragement Services. 
We ask that you keep the Crothers and Stephenson families in your prayers during this time of loss.

Ed Gleaves
Passed away March 7. His service was Sunday, March 12.

Prayer Requests 

Ashley Creamer, wife of Kyle
Has a cancerous mass on her thyroid that has spread to her lymph nodes.
It is Stage 1 and the prognosis is optimistic. She will start radiation in about 10 days, and from there the doctors will decide if surgery and/or chemo is needed. Your prayers are appreciated for this family.

Elsa Cooperfour yr. old granddaughter of Bob & Sonya Colvert
Elsa has completed a yr. of chemo treatments. There will be ongoing checks over the next few months. Specifically, another MRI in 3 months to compare with the recent one just done. If all looks good, they will wait 9 months to do another MRI, then a 5 year plan will go into effects if all goes well. The Colvert's appreciate your continued prayers for complete healing. 

Carolyn Baker, wife of Lyn
Scheduled for hip replacement at Vanderbilt March 21. Your prayers are appreciated for this upcoming surgery.

Clay Hobbs, husband of Angela 
Has recently been diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer.
The family appreciates your prayers for complete healing. 
Clay is Jenna Anthony Kersten's step-father.

Katherine Broadway, wife of Scott
Has stage 4 appendix cancer and is recovering from recent surgery. She will begin chemo again soon. The family covets your prayers.

Vicki Atnip, wife of Jerry
Chemotherapy treatments for Multiple Myeloma and also receiving treatments for back pain. Your continued prayers for comfort and peace are appreciated.  

OC Spotlight 

We are happy to recognize these Octogenarians celebrating 80 plus years: 

Robbie Upchurch - April 14
Maxine Bivins - April 16
Bill Gillett - April 23
Martha Brandon - April 29

Also celebrating 40 plus years of marriage:

Jim & Patra Thomas - March 11
Bill & Susan Lassiter - March 15

Please take a minute to send these special people a note of love and blessing. If you would like to be included in either of these lists and are not sure if we have your birth date or anniversary date, please call the church office and join in the celebration!

Thank You Note

Dear Brethren,

Several months ago many of your members provided food and other needed items when I was a patient at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. I am Bethy Butler's dad.

The food, the cards, the prayers and the other acts of love were greatly appreciated and they encouraged us when we were experiencing something for the first time in our lives.

Debbie and I wish to thank you again for your generosity and kindness.

One March 3rd of this year, both my surgeon and radiologist told me that there was no sign of a tumor or any cancer. We are still rejoicing over this. And, we wish to thank you for your many prayers on my behalf. I am certain that your prayers had much to do with this healing and my present recovery.

SNUC is a rare cancer (only 100 Americans have it), there is no set way of treating it and it usually returns within the first year if it is cured. Also, the mortality rate is very high for SNUS. But for now, I am cured of it. I am optimistic that I will fully recover from SNUC.

I will have MRI's every 13 weeks for a whole year to make sure it doesn't come back. If it does come back, it will be removed by either surgery or be treated in some other manner.

Once again, thank you for all gifts!

May the Lord bless your efforts at OC. God bless.

Travis Irwin, involvement minister
Athens, TN

(Bethy Butler's father)

 

Back to Top