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Week of February 18
Prayer Song (Women’s Monthly Bible Study)
Meets on Saturday, March 3rd from 7:30am-9:00am in Room 3. For more information, see Deborah Vargas.
There are only 7 major world events, and they all start with the letter “C.” Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, and Consummation (which has yet to come). Last semester we focused on the first 4 according to the book of Genesis, and this semester we will discuss the last 3 according to the book of John. All ladies are welcome to join us Thursdays at 9:15 am. (new start time!) or 7pm (meets at Paula's house) Childcare is provided for the morning study only. Books available at the study.
Sunday, February 25th after 3rd Service (12:30pm) in Rm. 5. We will review the ministries & finances of the church for the year 2017 and discuss plans for 2018. Everyone is invited; lunch will be provided.
Saturday, March 17th at 8am. There are a few projects (inside & outside) that need to be done in an effort to spruce things up. We need some extra hands to come & help. If you’re planning to work outside, please bring gardening tools & gloves. Lunch will be served. Sign-up sheet in the entryway.
Do you want to meet new people, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Joining a Koinonia Group (commonly called a K-Group) is a great way to build strong, lasting friendships. We will meet once a month in Jan, Feb, March and April. You can choose to attend the group being held on Sunday, 3/4 (12:45pm) or on Saturday, 2/24 (6:00pm) or both. Sign-up sheets and locations located in the entryway. Childcare provided at our Sunday Meetings.
Women’s Breakfast Bible Study
Saturday, March 3rd at 9am. It’s a wonderful time of fellowship, a delicious breakfast, and a study in God’s Word. This year will be studying “The Fruit of the Spirit”. Cost is $5.00. Sign-up sheet located in the entryway.
180 Ministry Recovery Support Group meets every Sunday from 4pm-5:30pm. This program is designed to help those struggling with hurts, hang-ups and habits be showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process. Sorry, no childcare. For more information, see Jack Watson.