Bulletin for September 10th, 2017

Bulletin for September 10th, 2017

Welcome to Community Church! This morning we begin our fall schedule with two morning worship services and Pastor Dave helps us with a study of HABAKKUK – how we can turn our Fears To Faith! Everyone is reminded of the start of our Sunday School for the children and Adult Studies starting up today! May God bless this time of worship that we have today!

Going Deeper…This evening Pastor Dave will take us deeper into the message of HABAKKUK and its lesson for us today. For those who are looking for a small group worship experience, come tonight and be a part of our worship time!

CHURCH FAMILY:
– Rick R. remains in the critical care unit at Saint Mary’s Hospital following a recent auto accident. Let’s pray God will heal his body and grant him comfort and strength. Remember his family as well for comfort and strength.

– Our Christian sympathy is extended to Johanna and Joe R. and Family at the passing of Johanna’s mother this past week. May our Lord bless them with His comfort as they mourn her passing and celebrate her life.

– Directory Update: Barb D. has a new cell number. Please note this change in your directory

Ladies Attending Eyes Wide Open: Since Cascade Fellowship is hosting the Women’s Fall Gathering: Eyes Wide Open event, Community will be providing refreshment volunteers…If you are attending the Eyes Wide Open event and are able, please consider volunteering to serve before and/or after this Thursday’s event. Please sign up on the sheet in the lobby if you are able to help.

Tutors Needed For North Godwin Elementry School. Become a tutor this fall…start by filling out the form located on the table in the lobby and return it to Rebecca Allard or Pastor Dave.

Pray For The Persecuted: Pastor Han and his wife moved to a border town in China near the North Korean border and established a church. He had death threats because he ministered to North Koreans who crossed the border. Pastor Han agreed to security precautions that protected him. One of his limitations was that he never leave his house or church alone. One day he made the mistake of leaving the church alone; his body was found that evening in a rural area along the North Korean border. Han’s wife continues his ministry. Let’s pray for those who share God’s Word despite threats and persecution so others may have the opportunity to experience an eternal life with our Savior.

Christopher Swanson

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