Welcome to Community Church! Today we celebrate Palm Sunday remembering when Christ entered Jerusalem as our victorious king. Pastor Ezra will help us think about the meaning of His victorious entry and our due response to our king, Jesus. May God bless our worship times this morning.
This evening, Pastor Ezra will lead us to an in-depth study of Palm Sunday passages in four Gospels and to a time of prayer to worship our king, Jesus.
Good Friday and Easter Service: Good Friday Communion Service will be held this Friday, April 14 at 7:00 PM. On Easter Sunday we will have our normal Sunday schedule with our two morning worship services at 9 and 11:30 AM. There will be no evening Easter Service.
Classical Church Visitors will be attending April’s Council Meeting on Tuesday, April 11 at 7:00 PM. This is an opportunity for the Classis representatives to inquire on the ministry at Community and to encourage us in what we are doing. If anyone should have anything to share with the church visitors, please contact Pastor Dave to be placed on the agenda.
Help Community Make An Impact In Our Neighborhood! South Godwin Neighborhood Association Meeting on Thursday, April 20 7:00 PM at Community Church! A time for residents & business owners in the South Godwin neighborhood to:
Express your concerns (about traffic or road conditions, graffiti, gangs, possible drug activity, neighbor concerns, etc.
Discuss possible solutions, agencies to assist, etc.
Discover recent police reports for our area
Don’t live in the South Godwin Neighborhood? That’s okay, please come anyway. As a church serving God within our neighborhood it is important for us to know & understand what concerns are shared so we may help as we are able!
Spring Craft Sale at Community Church on April 29, 9 AM to 3 PM. More than 35 booths selling crafts and goods, such as woodwork, jewelry, hair accessories, candles, pet items, glass, and knit, crocheted, and embroidered items. Plus vendors from Scenty, Avon, Simply Tasteful, and Norwex. Plan to come by and browse – invite your family, friends & coworkers!
Please pray for the persecuted: It is sobering to consider that Bibles are treated as dangerous in many oppressive nations in the same way that we treat some drugs as illegal in the US. Voice of Martyrs stands with Christians who would rather obey God than man. Therefore, when the Bible is made illegal or violently opposed, VOM joins the Christians and become Bible smugglers, which is often dangerous. Pray for safety for those who smuggle & those who receive, and be thankful that we do not fear a government that prohibits Bibles.
Bike and Hike Festival For Life: SATURDAY, MAY 6 from 11AM to 3PM at Johnson Park in Walker. This family-friendly event includes a free picnic lunch, children’s activities, a spring plant sale, and a trail for biking & hiking. Participants have until May 19 to submit pledges to be eligible for prizes such as gift cards to Michigan’s Adventure, Whitecaps baseball, Craig’s Cruisers, and Celebration! Cinemas. Those who turn in pledges of $100 or more at the event will receive a free t-shirt. For a pledge sheet visit www.grrtl.org/BikeHike or call 532-2300 or email [email protected].
The West Michigan Cadet Council is looking for golfers! Come join us on May 20 at the Pines Golf Course,5050 Byron Center Ave SW. Shot gun start at 8:30 AM with lunch to follow. Cost is $75 per person for a day of fun. The funds raised from this year’s golf outing will defray the cost of the 2020 Cadet International Camporee to be held in Northern Michigan. More info is available on the information table in the lobby.