June 27, 2022

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See what's happening this week.

06/28 - 7:00 PM:

Congregational Council Meeting (Canceled)

06/29 - 7:00 PM:

ALPHA - Fellowship Hall

06/30 - 5:30 PM:

Women’s Bible Study - ZOOM

06/30 - 6:00 PM:

Seekers Kitchen Meeting - Fellowship Hall

07/02 - 7:30 AM:

Men’s Bible Study -

Trinity Lutheran Fellowship Hall

07/02 - 8:45 AM:

Cason Bag Lunch - Fellowship Hall

07/03 - 9:15 & 11:00 AM:

Worship Services

07/03 - 9:15 & 11:00 AM:

Children's Sunday School

07/03 - 5:30 PM:

Seekers - Sanctuary


Narthex Coffee Ministry

We are looking for individuals to staff our coffee ministry at the 9:15 am and 11 am services. It’s a great way to meet new people and help make our guests feel welcomed. You can volunteer for a single Sunday, specific Sundays each month, or every week.

For those who can't volunteer but still wish to help out, you can also donate K-pod coffee, creamers and breakfast bars.

See Nancy Reames for more details.

Weekly Sanctuary Prep Team

Come be part of a team that makes our worship space more welcoming by tidying the pews and refilling the resources found there (note paper, contact and prayer cards, pencils)

If you have 30 minutes to an hour one day a week, please consider signing up for this important ministry team.

Offering Counters

Tithes and financial gifts received weekly are counted and prepared for deposit by a team of "counters." Our goal is to have enough volunteers in this area so that each of the counters need commit to only one day per month.

Training is provided to ensure we are following standard practices for handling this important area of church finances.

For more information, contact Finance Secretary, JoAnn Guertin


Resolutions 2022

Resolutions are the means by which concerns of the church and are brought up each year at annual conference. The resolution is presented, voting delegates may express support for or against the resolution, after which a vote is taken. A two-thirds majority is needed for the resolution to pass.  

1. Gun Violence – This resolution asked the Annual Conference to offer Christ-like compassion, personal prayer and corporate worship for victims of gun violence. It further asked us to engage in biblical and theological reflection on the nature of violence, to research causes of gun violence and to call on state and national law makers to support reasonable gun safety laws, including universal background checks, red-flag laws and a ban on assault-style weapons. Additionally, it asked members to call upon their leaders to support legislation to combat the significant losses we as a nation have suffered in the past few years.  This resolution was overwhelmingly approved by the delegates of the annual conference.

2. Equity in Congregational Development – This resolution was presented to address significant disparities in compensation to clergy of color, which includes black, Hispanic and Latino clergy.  This resolution supports the work of creating equity in clergy compensation, congregational development and debt reduction. Over the next ten years, 40% of expenditures from the Cabinet Development Fund will be committed to churches and clergy of color. Additionally, over the next 10 years, New Church Development funds will be used to help provide equity in this area. This resolution passed with a significant majority.

3. Apologies and Hope for the Commissioning Class of 2022 – At the Clergy Session of this year’s annual conference, the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry presented 16 persons whom they found to be highly qualified for provisional membership as clergy for the Florida Conference. However, provisional membership was denied to the entire class because two candidates were known to be LGBTQ persons.

This resolution was presented in an effort to affirm the work of the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry and believes that the candidates they presented are called by God and will eventually be commissioned. The resolution recognizes that there is no mechanism outside of a vote by the Clergy Session of the Florida Annual Conference and invites these candidates denied membership to participate in the Resident Ministry process at the earliest opportunity and if possible have the coming year count toward the required length of time that must pass before they can apply for ordination. Additionally, the Bishop would consult with the Cabinet and determine whether a clergy session might be convened as part of the fall clergy gathering or another time rather than wait for the 2023 Annual Conference. The resolution passed with a majority.

Prayerfully submitted by:

Nancy Reames

At Large Delegate from the SE District 

Click here to read the complete resolutions from Annual Conference

Seekers Kitchen Ministry

Our Seekers group is looking for people willing to serve on their kitchen team. The interested person(s) would serve on a rotational basis and would be responsible for cooking dinner, along with the rest of the team, for 40+ people on a predetermined schedule.

If you are interested in being part of this fun and valuable ministry, please join us on Thursday, June 30th at 6:00 PM in Fellowship Hall for an introductory meeting.



July 31st - 8:00 am until 9:30 am

Come and enjoy a pancake breakfast and then join us for the Combined Worship Service at 10:00 am. You can visit your Cason family while eating delicious homemade pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. Afterwards, praise God with Covenant, the Chancel Choir and

Ed on piano and organ. Pastor David will not disappoint with a moving message. This is a wonderful way to start off your week.

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Come and enjoy a special worship weekend, November 11th thru the 13th at Warren Willis Camp in Fruitland Park, Florida.

Every acre of this camp is sacred ground. Here groups by the hundreds come to meet Christ and accept him as Savior and Lord of their lives. Cason’s mission is to bring a new dimension to worshiping outside the box. There will be time to reflect, pray, contemplate God in your life, and to have fun doing it.

If you have an interest in joining us for this rewarding and exciting weekend adventure, please fill out the brief form in the bulletin or on line on the Cason social media.

Click here to Learn more & Register

During the summer months, our full choir is on hiatus and there is no Thursday choir rehearsal.  Our "summer singers" and soloists provide music for our traditional worship service. If you are a singer and would like to be part of the summer ensemble or are interested in singing a solo, please see Ed Krynicki.

The full choir will return in September after Labor Day.

The WLT interviewed 3 companies to serve as investment fund managers for the proceeds from the sale of the West Lawn.  The next step in the process is to review the 3 presentations and provide a recommendation to the Trustees as to which fund manager to engage.  The date for review is tentatively scheduled for July 27.

The Taskforce values the opinion of all members of Cason.  If you attended the meeting, please consider sharing your thoughts with the group.  If you were unable to attend, but are interested in watching the presentations, please click the link below.  (Due to the proprietary nature of these presentations, you will be asked to provide your name and email to view the video.)

Click here to share your thoughts with the Taskforce

Click Here to watch the presentations (registration required)

During our yearly visioning session in January, the Passionate Worship Pillar set a goal to continue to improve our worship experiences. One of the ways that happens is by providing training and growth opportunities for those who lead us in worship.

To help meet our goal, we have decided to send our Pastor David and worship band leader Aaron Ash to the Experience Worship Conference in Orlando.

Experience Conference is for worship leaders, praise teams, pastors, worship musicians and tech teams. This life-changing conference inspires, refreshes, equips and encourages attendees to take their ministry to the next level.

The cost of registration and lodging is $1,200. It is our hope that you, the congregation, will see the value in this and help underwrite the cost of attending. You can give via the link below, on the website, or on your Cason App by selecting "Experience Worship Conference" from the fund drop down menu. You can also put your gift in an envelope labeled "Experience Worship Conference" and drop it in the collection plate or at the church office.

We thank you for supporting our worship ministers in attending this important and rewarding conference.

Sandi Schmidt

Passionate Worship Pillar Chair

Click here to help underwrite conference expenses 

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Leader: Sharon Bebout - Chair, Salty Service             

Help us send a child “Back to School” in style.

We are collecting school supplies and back packs for kindergarten, elementary and middle/high school students. We are also accepting donations for uniforms and hygiene kits.

Those who receive these items are Cason Kid’s Club youth, City House Delray, Homeless Vets Children and Delray Beach National Church of God.

School starts early this year – August 10th – so we would like to have all things in place by July 17th.  Whatever you can help with is a gift to underserved youth in our community

Click here for the list of requested supplies

Worship @ Cason

Worship with Us  |  IN-PERSON OR ONLINE

Online worship services are available Sunday mornings for those who are are unable to meet in person. Watch us Live, either on Facebook, YouTube, Cason Website or on the Cason App.

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Options for Children During Worship Services

Narthex Nursery

Ages: infant- 3 years

Small room in close proximity to sanctuary with toddler-friendly toys, crib and changing table. Available for self-service or vetted adult. Ask an usher to show you.

Children's Church

Ages: 4-11 years

Children sit with family in sanctuary for first hymn or song, and then leave with a teacher for class held in the Education wing of the building. Your child will be brought to you in the sanctuary after worship. If you are new, ask any usher in the Narthex for assistance.

 Virtual Sunday School

Home Packets Option

Online 10:15-11:00.

Contact the Church office for details and to register.

 If you would like to request a “home packet” for the current  week’s Sunday School lesson  to do at home, please call the  church office.

Parents are always welcome to keep their children with them during the service. There are activity packets available for children who would enjoy some diversion during the service.

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