Welcome To Community Church! This morning we welcome our Cadet Ministry, which is the boys club of the church, to participate in our worship services and share about their ministry. We are thankful for each of the boys who are a part of this ministry and for our faithful leaders: Jason T., Steve T., and Ben V. H..
We also are starting a new series of messages today on 1 Peter with the theme: Following in His Steps. May God bless our worship times today!
This Evening, Pastor Dave will help introduce more about 1 Peter and what to look for as we go through this letter. If you are looking to go deeper into God’s Word this year, tonight’s service is a great opportunity to get started through this study!
Community Church is partnering with the Kroc Center, Godwin Schools, and other organizations to host Winter Fest 2017! a Godwin area festival at Community Church
Saturday, February 18 1 to 4 PM.
Sign-up today! Volunteers are needed to help with the games and the food. A sign-up sheet is located on the table in the lobby for those who are willing to help. More information about this event will be provided in the coming weeks.
Mobile Food Truck provides some perishable food items to those that have a need. In this case, a need may include experiencing a one time or ongoing need. If you have a friend, family member, neighbor or coworker that may benefit by stretching their food dollars by receiving items from our Mobile Food Truck, please take time to share information about this ministry.
Saturday, January 28th
Registration begins at 8AM & 10AM
Distribution begins at 10AM
Pastoral Care Visits: If you have God-given gifts of compassion and if you would be willing to make visits to the elderly, to shut-ins and those in the hospital, please contact Bonnie T. Goals would include making two visits per month through the end of March. Ideally these visits would be made with one other as a team.
Mark Your Calendar for a Valentine Breakfast: The Fellowship Team is pleased to invite everyone to a Valentine’s Breakfast on Saturday, February 11. Breakfast will be served between 9 & 11 AM. The menu includes French toast, scrambled eggs, turkey sausage, and ham with your choice of orange juice or coffee. There is no cost; however a free will offering will be accepted to help cover the expense of the meal.
BoxTop$ For North Godwin Ministry: Clip & save BoxTop$ for Education labels; bring them to church and leave them in the box on the table in the lobby.
Please Pray For The Persecuted: Zaid, a 14 year old Christian, lived in Iraq. He received a new cell phone and began to run across the street to show it to his friends. A car stopped near him, someone shouted, “Are you a Christian?” Before he could answer, they shot him. His mother mourns his death. She states, “God’s presence helps me set aside my grief and sometimes I laugh, but it is rare. He is with Jesus but I miss him.”
Dare To Be: is a single evening event designed for women of all ages. Natalie Grant and Charlotte Gambill prayerfully sculpt the night around worship, and two full Bible teaching sessions. At “Dare to Be” you’re able to experience the fullness of a multi-day women’s conference, but wonderfully jam-packed into an affordable, three hour, one-night event at Kentwood Community Church on Thursday, March 2 @ 7 PM. Tickets are $20/general admission ($17/general admission for groups of 10 or more). To get the discount we must purchase tickets at the same time. A sign-up in lobby; speak to Janice Plowman if you have questions or to pay your admission if you plan to attend.
Financial Mentor Training! Volunteers In Service is hosting a financial mentor training for anyone interested in coming alongside of someone needing help with budgeting. This is not just for deacons but for ANYONE who is willing to serve in this way. The training will be held at Alger Park Christian Reformed Church and will be 4 weeks: 1/30, 2/6, 2/13 and 2/20 from 6:30pm-8:30pm. For more information or to RSVP please contact Bernita T. at 459-7500 ext. 18 or email email@example.com.