SNAC THIS SUNDAY
Join us for food, fun and fellowship during Sunday Night At Church – SNAC this Sunday at 6 p.m. The evening will include a devotional featuring several of our young men from the Youth Group. Families with last names beginning with A-M should bring desserts, and families who fall into the N-Z category should bring sandwiches. Beverages will be provided. Contact Cindy Summers for more information or if you would like to help.
HOUSE OF PEACE BASKETS
This is the last Sunday to bring items for the Easter baskets for residents of the YWCA House of Peace, which provides secure shelter and services for domestic violence survivors and their children. If you can donate personal care items and/or Easter treats, please check out the needs list in CCB.
ATTENTION VEGETABLE LOVERS
There is ONE available 16’ x 4’ raised bed in the Community Garden. Green thumbs, or those who want to develop green thumbs, should contact Glenda Neff at email@example.com about gardening this plot.
ENJOY LIVE THEATER APRIL 15 & 16
The Westing Game will be presented by PATH Drama Friday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 16 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium These students, including teens from our congregation, have worked hard all year to make this show great. The show on April 15 will be ASL interpreted. Tickets are $5 and available online or at the door before each performance.
GIVING TO THE CHURCH
Your donations help the church continue its work through our members. There are several options for giving: placing cash or check in the box on the communion table, mailing your check to the church, or using a credit or debit card to give online through CCB.
If you cannot join us in person this Sunday, please join through our YouTube livestream.
- Bible class starts at 9 a.m. — The Preaching About Jesus in The Acts of the Apostles
- Worship service starts at 10 a.m. – Festal Garments: The Great Reversal
Thank you for clicking the “like” button in YouTube under each class and sermon. This is helping make our online outreach to the community more effective!
APRIL PRAYER FOCUS
Be confident as you pray to our Lord. Hebrews 4:16 (NIV), “Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.”
- Judy Tennant is scheduled for back surgery this Friday
- Josette Spence, Elaine Painter’s sister, needs a liver transplant.
- Pam Wanninger’s recovery from her recent surgery
- Brian and Cindy Summers’s 13-year-old granddaughter in Parma is having mental health problems. They are still awaiting a diagnosis.
- Nathalia, part of our Boa Vista missionary team and wife of Neto, is expecting a baby! She has some chronic health issues so the pregnancy carries some extra risk. Please pray for her and the baby’s health.
- Zanatta, one of the leaders at the church at Campo Grande where the missionaries are being trained, is in the hospital with dengue. While usually not fatal, his case is very serious, complicated by other health conditions.
LADIES BOOK CLUB MEETS APRIL 12
The Ladies Book Club will meet on Tuesday, April 12 at 6 p.m. at Bob Evans Eastgate to discuss April’s book, If I Were You by Lynn Austin. Please come to enjoy the discussion and fellowship even if you have not completed the book. May’s selection is Educated by Tara Westover.
PRIME TIMERS MEETING IS APRIL 14
The Prime Timers meet this month on Thursday, April 14 in the Fellowship Hall at 10:30 a.m. Open to anyone age 55 and over. The group will lunch afterward at Butterbee’s.
SERVING OUR NEIGHBORS GROUP MEETING APRIL 10
The Serving Our Neighbors as Missionaries vision group will meet after church this Sunday, April 10 in the blue room. Anyone interested in this ministry is welcome to attend as they discuss the May community outreach project.
ROCKs events are for children ages 1 through grade 5. Children are encouraged to bring friends to all ROCKs fun activities!
CAMP ROCKs REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Camp ROCKs is set for July 3 – 9 at Camp Lebanon for children ages 7 – 12. Campers will enjoy a week of fun, fellowship, and Biblical lessons. Register now online. Save $10 per camper by registering before June 1. Registration closes June 19.
BIBLE DAY CAMP REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 22
This summer Bible Day Camp is Going Deeper with Jesus. Kids will learn that Jesus invites us, we follow Jesus, we share Him, we disciple for Jesus and then bear fruit in our lives for Him. BDC will be held June 6 – 10 and registration begins April 22!
- Wednesday Nights – Hangout time before services, 6 p.m.
- Girls Retreat, April 22 – 24
- Area Wide at Shiner Church of Christ -May 1
- Sports ‘N Stuff – May 7, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
GIRLS RETREAT APRIL 22-24 – REGISTER NOW!
The theme for this year’s girls’ retreat is Just As! John 15:9 is the scripture focus for the weekend as the lessons cover God’s intentional and unconditional love for us just as we are. Where: Fort Hill Christian Youth Camp. When: Begins Friday, April 22 with registration from 5 to 7 p.m. Cost: $60 per student with T-shirt included.
Adult Classes – The Preaching About Jesus in The Acts of the Apostles, Auditorium Class, March 13-April 17
How did the apostles teach and preach about Jesus in the earliest days after Jesus’ resurrection? To understand that, we will consider six passages in Acts, including Peter’s Pentecost sermon (Acts 2), the earliest preaching of Peter and John among the Jews (Acts 3-4), Philip’s preaching to the Samaritans and the Ethiopian official (Acts 8), Peter and Cornelius (Acts 10-11), Paul’s synagogue sermon at Pisidian Antioch (Acts 13), and Paul’s preaching of Jesus as king in Thessalonica (Acts 17).
Adult Classes – His Eternal Plan, Fellowship Hall Class, March 13 – May 29
This class answers several fundamental questions about God’s Plan for us. It is perfect for new Truth Seekers, who need to hear God’s Plan from beginning to end in order to understand the big picture. It is also perfect for veteran Truth Seekers, who want to be able to explain God’s Plan to others in a logical way or want to reground themselves in His plan. It is based on three major pillars: 1) There is a God, 2) The Bible is the inspired Word of God, and 3) Jesus is the Son of God.
College Age Class – Galatians Study, Mike Gulley’ Office
Galatians presents that our righteousness comes through Jesus and no one or nothing else! Jesus perfectly measured up to God’s Law because God knew that we would not and could not measure up. And so, He became our righteousness. Every act of obedience in Christ’s life was done on our behalf. He paid the penalty for our sin so we could be adopted into God’s family. All glory belongs to God!
Youth Classes. – Identity: Who Am I and Who Will I Become? April 3 – May 29
Who am I? What is my purpose? Where do I belong? These are just a few of the types of questions on which our culture seems to be hyper-focused. During this time together, we will be diving into many of these questions and understanding God’s perspective of who we are and who we can become. For grades 9 – 12, taught by Christian Thompson and Frank Overcast.
Timothy: Learning to Run the Race
As a young minister, Timothy faced all sorts of challenges. Step by step, Paul patiently instructed him and in doing so instructs us today. He tells us “Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called”-I Timothy 6:12. In this class, we will be looking at Paul’s instruction for Timothy and how it might apply to us today. Taught by Hal Good, this class is for our students in grades 6 – 8.
Children’s Classes – Lessons for our children through 5th grade continue in Joshua (chapters 23 and 24) as they learn how Joshua Challenged the People to decide whether or not they would follow and worship God.. Children’s classes begin at 9 a.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENINGAdult Class – Themes from Proverbs
Proverbs is about making godly choices, the kinds of choices in life that bring honor and glory to God, or – as Proverbs would put it – choices that demonstrate “the fear of the LORD” (Prov. 1:7). In this study on the book of Proverbs, we’ll look closely at some of its main themes and learn about godly wisdom.
Youth Classes – Meet at 6 p.m. for Hangout time. At 7, meet in the Youth House for the class series Acts: Turning the World Upside Down, led by Christian Thompson.
Children’s Classes – Children ages 2 through kindergarten should report directly to the Loft classroom, and children in grades 1 through 5 will meet downstairs in the last classroom on the left. Classes begin at 7 p.m.