Annual Christmas Dinner December 7th
See Barbara for your tickets. The last day to get your tickets will be Dec. 2nd. Suggested donation of $5.00
Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child
Please pick up a box for the Samaritan’s Purse children. You may choose a boy or girl. The National collection week is November 12-19, 2018. You may get a box to start filling it up or you may purchase a plastic container to put your gifts in. You can select a quality “Wow” toy such as a doll, soccer ball with pump, or a stuffed animal. Fill with other fun toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. For more gift suggestions, visit samaritanspurse.org/occ. But most importantly, pray for the child who will receive your gift. You may include a personal note and photo. A donation of $9 is critical to cover shipping and other project costs. Give online through Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your shoebox. Boxes must be returned to Church by Sunday, November 18th. Thank you. Please do not include: candy; toothpaste; gum; used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives, or military figures; chocolate or food; seeds; fruit rolls or other fruit snacks; drink mixes (powdered or liquid); liquids or lotions; medications or vitamins, breakable items such as snow globes or glass containers; aerosol cans.
Awana has begun . Please bring in all of your recyclables, it helps pay for some of the needs of the children throughout the year and is greatly appreciated. WWe use the candy all year long as encouragement for the children to learn their memory verses as well as working on their work book. e are in need of individually wrapped candy.
Children's church for ages birth - 4th grade during the morning service at 10:00am. The children will learn about GOD through bible lessons, songs and crafts that are age appropriate. For childen to participate the parent/guardian must attend the entire 10:00 service.
Thank you for your donations for the Food Pantry. We anticipate serving about 25 families every other week and our supplies dwindle rather rapidly. We always have the need to keep replenishing our supply. If you don't want to do the shopping you may give money and we will do the shopping for you. Thank you for your generous donations, you are a Blessing to those in need! Click on the Food Pantry tab above for a list of items needed.
The Joshua Fund
Joel C. Rosenberg
God is working despite exceedingly difficult circumstances.
we are seeing the words of the prophet Isaiah come to pass. - And yet, even as darkness descends, there is good news
The people who walk in darkness will see a great light; those who live in a dark land, the light will shine on them.
Today the Light of the Messiah is shining more brightly than ever in the Middle East. The Holy Spirit is on the move, evidenced by more Israelis coming to faith in Yeshua than at any time in 19 centuries.
We are seeing the power of prayer. More Christians around the world are praying faithfully for the salvation of Israel and her neighbors than ever before - and God is answering those prayers.
And yet, to complete the task, much more is needed. We
Lord, teach us to pray.”see the plea of the disciples “
Luke 11:1 Should this be not be our plea, as well? The only thing the disciples ever asked the Messiah to teach them, was how to pray because they saw Him praying morning, noon and night.
Please remember to continue to pray for all of those who are being persecuted and killed for believing in Jesus Christ each and every day.
The dead were raised to new life. The lame could walk. The deaf could hear. The blind could see. The sick were healed. They saw the tremendous power of humble prayers answered by an all-mighty God.
Will you continue to pray? Jesus is the Messiah we all so desperately need. Lord, teach us to pray.