During the summer months, following the Children's message in the Worship Service, children are invited to participate in a modified Vacation Bible School in our Children's classrooms.
During the month of June, we will be using materials from SonRock Kids Camp VBS. Children will learn how their lives can be transformed by God's great love for them. Through Bible lessons focused on the Apostle Peter, they'll explore who they are in Jesus Christ. Each Sunday will have the following themes:
We are taking the opportunity this summer to give our weary Children's Sunday School teachers a rest. From June through August, we will not be having Children's Sunday School classes. However, Childcare will be provided for parents attending adult Sunday School classes upon request. If you would like to be available to provide childcare during the Sunday School hour, please contact Dina
Opportunities for Ministry
Children's Classroom Clean-up
The children's classrooms are almost prepared for the preschool that is moving in. A little more last minute help is needed. Contact Dinafor more information.
Are you someone who doesn't mind working with your hands outside? Some of our garden areas need weeding, pruning and thinning. Contact Dinafor more information.
Words of Appreciation
Big Thank You's to the following people for their help in getting the church ready for the Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool to move-in this month:
David Seng, Tom Ross, Faye Hilger, Susan Dunn, Hong Zhou, Chris McKeever, Frank McKeever, Bob Eatman, Beth Roberts, John Roberts, Kerry White & Roger Sit
We are truly grateful for all your help.
For more detail on the amounts in the Financial Snapshot, see the April 2019 Financial Statement. Copies are available at the back of the Worship Center on the Information Table.
God-Sized Prayer -
from Pastor Rob
The truth is I have repeatedly asked God to send more people to our church. This year we have experienced more departures than the normal attrition our church cycles through. In any given year, we see a dozen or more people move whether it is because of graduation or moving to a new town. Or, people leave the church for other reasons. As that happens, new people join us. Families move to the area. People already living here decide they want to give our church a try. In over a decade, we have not had significant numeric growth or decline - until this year.
This year, our new arrivals are not keeping pace with our departures. As the lead pastor of the church, this has troubled me and I have prayed fervently for God to do something about it. However, recently as I walked through the neighborhood near our church property, I experienced a paradigm-rattling thought. I may have been praying the wrong prayer.