November 10, 2019

For Your Attention

Visitors, we warmly welcome you to our worship services. If you would like to receive a copy of Welcome to a Reformed Church by Daniel Hyde, please fill out a visitor pew card and place it in the offering bag.

Women’s Missions Prayer – Ladies, please join us for in prayer for the female missionaries supported by New Life, today at 4:30 p.m. in Room 202. See Jenine Lewis for more information.

Annual Thanksgiving Feast and Worship Service – Sunday, November 24 at 4 p.m. Sign-up today or next week. This event is a great time to fellowship with our congregation, feast and give thanks back to God for his many blessings. See Connie Kocher in the fellowship hall.

Save the Date! There will be a New Life Christmas Party for the whole family on Friday, December 13.Please join us for a Mexican food-themed potluck dinner, Christmas Carol singing and dessert here at the church.  Childcare will be available for infants/toddlers. This is a great event to invite your friends and neighbors.Please contact Alaina Jasso for more information.

Women’s Fellowship and Sunday School Hour – Join us upstairs in Room 204 right after the morning worship service on November17 for coffee and Sunday School. Carol Dykstra will speak on the topic,“How to Walk Alongside Those Grieving.”

Operation Christmas Child 2019 – The Junior High/High Sunday school class is organizing Operation Christmas Child once again. To find out more information,please visit their table in the fellowship hall. Bring your boxes back on or before November 17. Please help us reach our goal of 75 shoe boxes!

Guys’ Night will take a break in November and December. The next Guys’ Night will be January 13.Watch the bulletin for the location.

Pray for Asia –Come to a prayer meeting for people groups in Asia and the missionaries who labor among them, Friday, November 22 at 7 p.m. at the home of Lynette Corbeil,

Women’s Book Club– Our current selection is Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. It’s not too late to begin reading – the brunch and discussion will be Saturday, December 7 at 9 a.m. in Room 202. Contact Connie Kocher for more information.