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R e m e m b e r t h e r e i s a l w a y s a n E X T R A C H AI R ! I n v i t e af r i e n d !
Is God calling you to join First Church? If you feel led to make this decision or would like to explore thispossibility in a “no obligations” setting, come to the Inquirer’s class. The class will start Sunday, October 31and run for four weeks. Contact Pastor Dick for more information.SENIOR HIGH YOUTH GROUP
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2010
FELLOWSHIP SUPPER will be served from 5-6:00. A donation of $3.50/person or $10/ family is suggestedfor those who are able to help offset the cost. This year we have a separate menu for the adults and the kidsand as always, dessert and salad bar. On the adult menu (11/17): soup (chili, bean, broccoli cheese) and hamsandwiches and on the kids menu: macaroni & cheese.
TODAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2010
CHILDREN:Parents, To assist us in serving you and your child’s best interest and safety during the times that you haveentrusted them to our children’s ministry leaders we ask that each week a parent or designated adult register/sign in your child and pick up him/her at the end of class. There will be a check in sheet at the entry point of each classroom. Also, Please note the time changes! 2 & 3 years old – 11:00 -11:45 – in Room L10. 4 years old& Kindergarten – 10:50 – 12:00 in Room L2. Faith Journeys 1st – 5th grade – 10:50 – 12:00 in Room L19. YOUTH:11:00-12:00. 6th – 8th grade in Room L23 with Pastor Dan leading. 9th – 12th grade in Room L22 with Amber Tejeda leading. ADULT:Coffee and Current Events: Grab a cup of coffee and join facilitator, Bruce Eckert, in the library every Sunday for an informal discussion of current events and their relationship to our life and faith.“COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION: Connecting from the Heart” L11 The Rev. Randy Smit willhelp class participants to: find ways to express themselves, discover practical ways to strengthen relationships,and transform anger and conflict. It is possible to bring more harmony to the home, effectiveness at work, andpeace in the world. . Randy Smit is an ordained RCA Pastor, has worked with congregations for the past 10years, and is a former Professor of Philosophy. He is the founder of Compassionate Connection: AFormational Ministry of Peace, Healing and Creativity. If interested, class size is limited so please check inRoom 11 for attendance availability.“HUMAN TRAFFICKING: What’s a Christian to do?” Rm. L6 Diane Schrotenboer will share the factsbehind childhood trafficking and what it means to be a Christian advocate against this often overlooked crime.Diane is a member of First Church who recently completed a paper and class project on this topic for Western Theological Seminary.CHILDREN, YOUTH, & ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL WEDNESDAY NIGHT PROGRAMSSenior High Youth Group meets at 5:30 p.m. Attention women! If you are interested in making committed connections with other women and being chal-lenged to read daily, memorize, and study the scripture perhaps Tuesdays 9:00-10:30 a.m., will be of interest toyou. We are studying the book of Colossians in keeping with the fall focus sermon series and book study. Any questions? please contact Pastor Mary.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010
WOMEN’S TUESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY INQUIRERS CLASS