Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church is a congregation that 
values a diversity of belief. Whether you're full of faith or full of doubt, 
you'll find people who have been there and accept you for where you are.

We welcome all people to worship, pray, eat, seek spiritual answers and enjoy life within this community of faith. All are welcome!
March 12, March 12, March 12!

At the end of Matthew 25, Jesus gives guidelines for how we are to treat people that are overlooked, ignored, that are the least of us.

  • When we see someone is hungry – we should feed them 
  • When we see someone that is thirsty – we should give them drink 
  • When we see someone that is homeless – we should provide shelter 
  • When we see someone that needs clothes – give them clothes 
  • When we see someone that is sick – we should take care of them 
  • When we see someone that is in prison – go visit them 

How about when we know that there are children in our county, even right here in our community that have no bed? We should Build them a BED! And that is what we are going to do. On March 12, we will partner with the Sleep in Heavenly Peace organization to build 25 beds. This will be a great Sunday because: you can come to worship in your comfortable work clothes; after church, enjoy a meal with the congregation in the Multi; 
and after lunch, walk over to the Pavilion and work on the Bed project. 

This will be the third time we have partnered with SHP. Their motto is “No Kid Sleeps on the Floor in our Town”. They build and deliver about 150 beds every year right here in Sullivan County, and you can help! We need people to unload wood, cut wood, sand wood, sand wood and sand wood, mostly sand wood. And people that have skills to put these pieces of smooth wood together into beds. We will also stain the pieces and brand the headboards with the SHP logo. 

We are looking for 30 people that are willing to work for 3 to 4 hours on this project. We have already signed up 15 or so and need that many more. 
While we can’t promise that you will have a fun time, we can guarantee that at the end of the day, you will be covered in sawdust and can take comfort in knowing that you will have helped the least among us.

In Christ,
Allen Booth
This Sunday in Worship
All are welcome to share the Peace of Christ in the Parlor with coffee and fellowship before worship beginning at 9:30am. Hope to see you there!
Sunday's Scripture:
Psalm, 121, NRSV
John 3:1-17, NRSV

Sermon Title:
“How Can These Things Be?"
Wish to worship with us again or during the week?

Click below to view last week's worship service.
This past Sunday in worship, Tyler shared about how when we confess sin to God, it should be genuine and leads to reconciliation, and that God has an abundance of grace.

Here is a reminder of how best we can apologize to others and to God!
Youth This Sunday Night
Don't Forget to Sign Up!
Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church heads over to Holston Camp and Retreat Center in Banner Elk, NC from March 24 through 26 for our annual Churchwide Retreat! There will be plenty of fellowship and fun as we learn about a few lenten spiritual practices with special guests, Allyson and Darren Ashmore.

Four meals are included with our stay and pricing will vary upon our accommodations, up to $150 per adult and $50 per youth. With enough interest, the bus can be used to transport those who wish not to drive themselves. Please contact the church office with any questions or to sign up today! 
Congregational News
All items for the weekly newsletter should be emailed to Mary at by end of business on Tuesday.

Sunday School Classes meet after worship each week in their regular spaces. The Remnant will focus on this week's lesson from the Gospel of John.

Copies of The Upper Room devotionals are available in the outer office area. All are welcome to take one to use throughout the month.

The CHPC Easter Memorial Gifts program is for those who wish to give a memorial gift to honor or remember those special people who have been a part of our life. You may choose to give an Easter Lily that will be used to decorate the church or a monetary contribution to our Renovation Fund. Lilies are $10 and forms are available on the information table in the narthex. Please return any orders to the office by Monday, March 20. 

CHPC partner's again with the Marsh Regional Blood Center for a blood donor drive on May 7 in the afternoon. A donor appointment schedule is available to reserve your specific time slot. Please contact Mary in the front office to begin the registration process.

The Women’s Ministry is partnering with First Presbyterian Church of Kingsport to attend this year’s Women’s Conference at Montreat on August 11-13. The early bird rate is $247 and includes lodging. Check out the graphic below for more information and contact Alda Smith directly for more details.
Prayer Requests 
Leon Boyd, Emily Bowman, Joyce Callahan, Susan Fernandez, Buddy Gothard, Jude Hawpe (Lois Bronson's grandson), Barbara Holt, Janice Mullins, Karen Mullins, Beverly Shelton, Ginny Snow, Lee Walker, Eric Moskala, Dominique Neal, Ben Coleman, Bonnie Cole, Libby Sampson

Health Care/ Assisted Living Facilities
Gilly Bland, Anne Hertel, Evelyn Hill, Charles and Linda Gibson, Betty McMillin, Wayne & Millie Pruett, Jean Faries, Jim and Sue Fortney

213 Colonial Heights Rd,
Kingsport, TN 37663