Women’s Soup and Speaker Night: November 12th @ 4:00 p.m.
Come join us for our Soup and Speaker night on Sunday, November 12 from 4 o’clock to 6:00 PM at the church building. We will be hearing from Laura Polk who will be speaking on “Our soul finds rest in God alone,” from Psalm 62. We will also have delicious soups and salads, bread and desserts as well. We will also be putting together and decorating some Thanksgiving baskets for those in need. Please sign up to bring food or gift card items to put in the baskets. Follow this link to sign up… goo.gl/4U3eSX
We are also offering childcare for this event at no charge.
Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes: Due This Sunday November 12th
Please return your filled Operation Christmas Child Boxes this Sunday to Laura Polk
Youth Group Events: November 10th @ 7:00 p.m. & November 18th @ 3:30
Calling all youth 6th grade to 12 grade for a fun night of bible study, games and snacks. We offer youth group on the 2nd and 4th Friday’s Each month. If you need more info please contact Lindsay Yackey (970-373-9469) or Tom Grove (970-373-3311).
Youth Group is doing a Thanksgiving food Drive on November 18th from 3:30pm-7:00pm
Meet at the Teele’s House: 5211 Dry Creek Rd. Evans
Be grouped as teams and go out into neighborhoods to collect food to help those in need for Thanksgiving. Then come back to the Teele’s for some hot chili and add up points to see who won!
Please let us know if you can join us and check out our sign up for dinner items: goo.gl/45Ttm4
Youth Group Event: November 27th @ 7:15p.m.
Youth Group is invited to a “conversation partner” activity with the Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (formerly Right to Read) located at 917 10th Ave in Greeley. This will involve approximately one hour of getting to talk to different students attending English classes at the center, which offers practice for them to use English in a non-traditional classroom setting, as well as an opportunity for you to see some of the diversity of your community here in Greeley. We will provide guidelines and suggested conversation starters, and each pair will have around 5 minutes to ask each other questions and simply talk. We ask that participants be 14 or older to come alone, or under 14 with an accompanying adult. Not only is this an easy way to get to know our neighbors, but it also is an excellent experience to add to a college resume. Afterwards we will go out for ice cream! Contact Summer Knoshaug or Mike Bonnell with any questions, hope to see you there!
Youth Group Operations Christmas Child Boxes: December 16th, 2017
We can take 16 kids to the processing center on Saturday Dec 16th. We will be leaving around 8:00 am and will not be back until late afternoon/early evening. **Kids must be 13 to go!**. Please let Laura Polk know if you are interested in attending.
Meals for Wuest’s
After the loss of the Wuest’s mom we would like to offer them some meals. Please sign up to bring them a meal and bless them…goo.gl/ESjBuA
Christmas Program Practice: Begins this Sunday November 12th
This year the kids will be doing a Christmas performance during the service on December 17th. Please invite all your friends and family to come watch! All kids who want to participate, preschool age and up, should meet in the older kids classroom right after their Sunday class is dismissed (instead of joining parents in the service) for a 20 minute practice. We will practice together for the next several Sunday’s and we will have a final practice on Saturday, December 16th (more details to come). If you have any questions please talk to Hannah Cross (970-443-5391) or Lisa Furr (970-302-7606).
Moms in Prayer: Every Tuesday
In a culture that seeks to steal our children, we are moms who gather one hour each week to battle for them and their schools in prayer. When we place our children and their schools into God’s care, He calms our fears and fills us with His peace and hope. That’s what Moms in Prayer is all about.
Rebecca Andrews and Janet Grove will be starting a Moms in Prayer group that will start Oct. 24th. We will meet at the Grove’s home every Tuesday starting at 8:15am. There will be an adjoining room for kiddos if you need to bring any with you.
Please contact Rebecca (970-391-9101 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Janet with any questions you might have.
Honduras Mission Trip
Have you ever felt the desire or call to be involved in international missions? We will be taking a team of people to serve on a short-term mission trip in Choluteca Honduras June 16-24, 2018. We will be working with the Great Commission Church in Choluteca to serve and share the Gospel in an orphanage, and work in some of the poorest neighborhoods in their community.
If you are interested in joining this outreach, please contact Jason Hubbard for more information. (email: email@example.com, 970-301-2981)
Perspectives on the World Christian Movement
This is an amazing opportunity to gain the perspectives on the world that you may not naturally have. As was mentioned on Sunday, childcare is absolutely free no matter how many children you have, so you parents can do this together at the couple rate, which should be about $22/week for about 15 or so weeks. These are the cheapest date nights you may ever have, and maybe the most intentional and beneficial. For an overview of what Perspectives is you can go to perspectives.org. Here is some of the information for the class offered in Greeley
Location: Cornerstone Community Church 1321 9th Avenue
Time: Tuesdays 6-9pm
Dates: January 16, 2018- May 1, 2018
Cost: $250 per person (Early bird, family, and book discounts available)
FREE childcare Contact Amanda Visser for more details (970) 347-0006
For more information on Perspective and to Register, click the following link:
Sunday School: Help Still Needed
Thanks to all who are signed up to serve on our 2016/2017 Sunday School rotation! We only have one spot left to fill in the Preschool Gospel Project Class for the Oct/Jan/April/July rotation.
*If you can help with one of these, please contact Krista Aricayos or Marlys Clark ASAP.
Kids at Heart Opportunity
Kids at Heart is looking for the next great group leader for teir Fundango program. If you or someone you know is looking to make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth, please let them know.
You can find the job description here. To apply please email your current resume and cover letter to Erica Wharton. In the cover letter tell them about yourself and why you would be a great fit for Kids at Heart. All candidates must be over 18 year of age.
Bulletin Entries & Announcements
If you have information you want to submit for the Sunday Bulletin and/or to be announced on a Sunday Morning, please see the following guidelines:
Please submit your request in writing, as to assure spoken requests aren’t forgotten. Please email Marlys Clark and Rebecca Andrews.(firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com)Also, once Paul returns from his sabbatical for the month of November, please also submit request emails to him.(firstname.lastname@example.org)Please submit your request by the Friday (by 1pm) before the Sunday Service..
Your request will be entered into the bulletin and can also be announced at the following Sunday Service. It can then also be entered into the weekly email the week following the Sunday Service.
Thanks for helping us create a process for bulletin entries and announcements that will help assure that requests are not missed.
Faithwalkers Midwest: December 29th – January 1st
The Faithwalkers conference came from the desire to give young men and women the opportunity to hear pastors who have been devoted to Jesus Christ and the Great Commission. At Faithwalkers, people get a chance to hear those men’s stories of faith, to benefit from those men’s life experiences, and to learn from those men who have been in the arena for many years. The conference provides a way to continue to pass on the core beliefs of the Great Commission church movement. It is a rallying conference for everyone: young people, couples, parents, and families, to inspire them to be devoted to Jesus Christ and the Great Commission.
The name Faithwalkers was inspired by the Scripture: “We walk by faith and not by sight,” (II Cor. 5:7). Also the name Faithwalkers makes a connection to the Native American culture where they would sit around the campfire with the “old ones” listening to them tell stories of the great hunt and deeds of the past. As Christians, older believers are to proclaim the deeds of God to younger believers, as is written in Psalm 78:4: “We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord.” Christians from Great Commission churches gather to be inspired to live passionate lives for their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Register Here: goo.gl/oDNWaw