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New Precept Study-Lamentations

July 3, 2014cstanik


To ALL ladies!  You are invited to a short Precept Bible Study!  For three weeks this August, we will drink deeply from the inspired Word of God.  We will study through Lamentations – a story of hope and healing in the aftermath of rebellion against God.   How do people survive when they have no hope?  Where do they turn when there’s nothing but misery all around them?  In whom do you put your trust and hope?  The only true hope Christians have is in the Lord.  Study Lamentations and gain a greater understanding of the God whose compassions never fail.

We will meet at the church on Thursday nights:  August 7th, 14th, and 21st from 7-9 pm.  The cost of the book is $6.75.  Contact Lisa Wenzel or Carol Stanik by July 20th so we can place the book order and pick up your book on Sunday, July 27.  Be ready to discuss the first lesson at 7pm on Thursday, August 7th.   The dog days of summer can be spent in no better way than to be refreshed from the fountain of God’s holy word!  Join us!  If you have any questions, contact Lisa Wenzel at nywenzel@gmail.com.





Updated needs for Dominican Mission Trip

July 3, 2014cstanik

From the Dominican mission team:

We have all the supplies for the mission trip except the following:

  • boy’s white t-shirts (small 6-8, med 10-12, large 14-16)
  • Sharpies-all colors
  • Ibuprofen
  • Tylenol
  • Adult and children’s vitamins (not gummy)
  • antibiotic creams
  • antifungal creams
  • antihistamine creams
  • children’s liquid Tylenol

Please put any donations in the Dominican box in the foyer.  The last Sunday to donate is July 13.  Thanks to all of you have “invested” in the DR mission trip with supplies and monetary donations.  The DR team (20 of us in all) has been working hard to put together a great “buffet” of ways to minister–though we know WE will be the ones coming away with unfathomable blessings from our Dominican family.

Dominican Mission trip

June 26, 2014cstanik

Shoe Shine BoysIn less than a month, the Dominican Mission Team will begin “The Adventure”.  They are collecting the following items for the Shoeshine Boys Camp:

·         Boy’s white t-shirts:  sizes 8-10 and 12-14 mostly
·         Hard candies (individually wrapped)
·         Sharpie permanent markers of ALL colors
·         Gallon-size “ziplock” bags
·         New or gently-used washcloths
·         children’s vitamins (not gummy type)
·         Adult vitamins
·         Ibuprophen
·         Tylenol

Please put these items in the Dominican box in the foyer at church.  The last day to donate is Sunday, July 13.

Any checks for cash donations can be written to Christian Felllowship with “Parmelee-DR”, “Leinbach-DR” or “DR Mission” written on the envelope and deposited in the offering box.

Any money designated for “DR Mission” will go toward purchasing food for the Shoeshine boys at their camp.

Many thanks!
The Dominican Mission team

Two New Sunday School Classes Begin

June 19, 2014cstanik

StrongerStronger—Finding Hope in Fragile Places
by Angela Thomas  (Ladies Sunday School class)

Through biblical teaching and real life application, this study teaches that believers do not have to live in weakness.  God is stronger than every struggle you will ever face.  This study will guide women into biblical truth through exposition and story, so they live confident, transformed, Christ-radiating lives marked by His strength.  This ladies’ class will be meeting in the old homeschool library.


A Praying Life2A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World by Paul E Miller (20s and 30s class)

Explore prayer not as a “structured process” but as connecting with God in a truthful and genuine way.  Recognize that Biblical prayer flows not primarily from a disciplined “ought to” mindset but from a recognition that we can’t do life on our own and we need God.   Explore subtle cultural inhibitors to a Biblical mindset concerning prayer.  Learn how to deal with and understand unanswered prayer.  Learn to use prayer tools to facilitate your prayer life.  Parents will find the author’s family-life experiences especially helpful.  This class meets in the old library.

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  • Worship Schedule

    8:45 am - Remembrance Service
    9:30 am - Worship Service
    10:50 am - Hospitality Time
    11:20 am - Sunday School

    6:00 pm - Potluck
    6:45 pm - Prayer and Praise

    Preaching Schedule

    7/27/14 - Daniel Kain "Am I Robbing God?" Malachi 3:6-12
    8/3/14 - Daniel Kain
    8/10/14 - Richard Altman
    8/17/14 - Jason Nightingale