February 19, 2017 Worship Guide
Even though we live in a world that is filled with instability and conflict, God offers His people peace. This morning, we will see that rejoicing in Jesus and choosing gentleness will enable us to live in God’s peace.
Banquet is Saturday, March 4 in the Atrium from 6-8pm. Tickets are on sale today in the church foyer. For more information, call Charlene at x502 or email CAnderson@fbcmi.com.
Sunday Night Life
Beginning Sunday, February 12, at 5:30pm, This is just one of our disciple-making venues on campus where each family member can engage in faith-building activities and fellowship. For more information, visit our website or scan the QR code.
2017 Short Term Mission Trips
Eastern Europe, Germany, Guatemala, Japan, London, Southeast Asia and Uganda are trips that are planned. For more information or to express your interest, visit the website or call the Outreach Office at 512.
Share Your God Stories
We sould love to hear how God is working in your life and how He is giving you opportunities to share the Gospel. To share those stories with our pastors, visit our website and click the God Stories tab.
Wednesday Night Dinner
Dinner is served from 4:45-6pm in the Atrium. Cost is $6/adults, $3.50/kids and $20 family max. Call the church office or email Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org on Monday for reservations. Tijuana Flats beef tacos, yellow rice and black beans or salad options: garden, chef or grilled whitefish
More Things For You To Know
TITUS 2 WOMEN Thursday, February 23 from 9-11am in the Crossroads Building. Childcare is free.
NEW DEACON/YOKEFELLOW NOMINATIONS February 5-26. Nomination forms available in the foyer today. After completion, place form in ballot boxes at various locations in the foyer.
GOOD NEWS CLUB This after school club needs volunteers to share Jesus with students at Cambridge Elementary. For more information, visit the Resource Desk today or email email@example.com.
Scripture to SOAP for next week: Philippians 4:4-7
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