Daily News for September 20, 2018

Ministry News


Teaching

Sept. 23: Colossians. It's All About Jesus. Jesus: Is Enough (Col. 2:6-23)


Small Groups

If you are not part of a small group and would like information, Small Group brochures are at the info desk in the lobby or gym, or check online at www.clearcreekcoc.org/smallgroups.

Service Opportunities for Small Groups: Connect with our community face to face by service to others. Many opportunities are available. 


Children   

Sunday at 9:30 am: All preschool and elementary children's classes. At 10:45: Preschool Only, Nursery (birth to 2 years) and Wee Worship (3-4 years) in the preschool wing.  Parents can drop off preschool children at 9:30 for class and pick them up following worship if staying for Nursery/Wee Worship.  


Youth 

Sept. 23: Middle School Cornerstone.

Sunday: Youth groups meet at 9:30 am; worship at 10:45 am. 


University Christian Mission & Young Adults

University Christian Mission: For more info email universitychristianmission@gmail.com.


Women

Monday Ladies Group meets  in the cafe 10:00-11:30am with the study, Discerning the Voice of God: How to Recognize when God Speaks. 

Tuesday Ladies Group meets in the cafe 10:00-11:00am with a study on Prayer. 

Wednesday  Ladies Group: Philipians, A Woman's Passionate Pursuit of God, in room A5/A7 at 6:30 pm to 7:30pm.

CRITI:  9/25: K. Hannah, 10/2: J. Vance, K. Warren, 10/16: B. Hofses, 10/23: M. Davis

Erlanger  North  ER  and   Northpark  ICU   snack  baskets:  Take  the  week  of  9/16: A Clift,  9/23: M. Hendrix, 9/30: C. Jenkins, 10/7: M.L. Goodwin, 10/14: L. Smith


Men

Wednesday Men's Group:  Romans in room A3 at 6:30pm. 

Friday Morning Small Group:  Devo and breakfast at 6:30-7:30am in the conference room.

News & Events

Sept. 26 and Oct. 17 & 24: The adult group that normally meets in the cafe on Wednesdays will meet in the Worship Center for Colossians: It’s All About Jesus.

Sept. 28:  National Good Neighbor Day: Do something nice for your neighbor. #neighborsmatter

Oct. 3 & Oct. 10:  Refresh | Refocus | Regroup.  There will not be any Wednesday activities at the building to give our volunteers and families time to refresh, refocus, and regroup. Whether in your home or your neighborhood, we encourage you to use this time to focus on putting God in the middle of your community. 

Oct. 28: Friends and Family Day: Invite a family or friend to come to church and meet your church family!  We'll be sharing a potluck meal and more activities that evening. More details to come. 


Discipling Opportunities

If you are interested in learning more about Discipling Opportunities, go to www.clearcreekcoc.org/serve or contact the church office.  

Available serving opportunities are:

  • Preschool Teachers for Cradle Roll and Toddlers on Sunday and or Wednesday, and Three Year Olds and Four Year Olds on WednesdayHave fun sharing Jesus with eager learners via ready-made lessons. Be part of a team that’s helping to shape disciples starting at an early age.

  • Elementary Small Group Leaders on Wednesday: Invest in the lives of children as you and other leaders share everyday life applications of the Bible’s teaching through serving and discussions.

  • Adult Small Group Leaders: Guide a community to connect with God and with each other, facilitate gatherings for your group and work to create a safe environment where relationships can be fostered and discipleship can take place.

  • Food Team: The Food Team is going to be focusing on serving outside the church, such as Community Teachers’ Luncheon and High School Homecoming Football Dinner.

  • Café Ministry:  Serve in an environment to make guests feel welcome and help people get connected before and after Adult Discussion Groups and children's classes.


Family News  

Pray for the one person or one family you would like to get connected to God. Find opportunities to invite your friends, neighbors and coworkers to a safe environment in our building or to an outside activity. Introduce them to our church family and lead them to the life-changing relationship we have in Jesus. If you'd like to know more, contact the church office.


Missions

June 1-8: Haiti Medical Mission Team Daily Reports 

June 28-July 5: Haiti High School Mission team: Daily reports


Prayer Requests  

Mary Ruth Crosby, mother of Connie Moyer, is starting chemo this week for lung cancer. 

Denny Weir, son-in-law of Bruce and Caroline Clark, is home and continuing rehab.

Robert Beasley is home with health issues. (Care Group 4) 

Missy Howard, sister-in-law of David Howard, is still struggling with colon cancer. Prayers and cards appreciated: 5201 Farm 2853, Palacios, TX 77465.

George and Joann Davis are together at Regency House, room 116. 

Elaine Stroud Edmonds is at The Rosewood of Ft. Oglethorpe (room 8), 14 Fort Town Dr., Ft. Oglethorpe, GA 30742.

Daryl Hubbard is at Martin-Boyd Christian Home, room 113 South, 6845 Standifer Gap Road, Chattanooga, TN  37421.

Beryl Vandergriff is at Martin-Boyd Christian Home, room East 116.

Martha Brightwell is at Martin-Boyd Christian Home, room E-108.

Katy Van Eaton is at Martin-Boyd Christian Home, room W-113.


This Week's Birthdays

14   Mary Crowell Leslie Deason, Gary Sanders, Alex Smith, Ellie Yu
15   Evan Bain, Deborah Smelley
16   Liliana Rios, Scott Schannuth, Cannon Smith
17   Brock Beach, Nell Harris, Asher Mynatt, Cathie Pinion
18   John Hodges, Katy Van Eaton
19   Riley Dolberry, Weston Hodges, Randy Osby
20   Amy Jolley
21   Jason Butcher, Adam Gray, Delores Ridge, Caylee Schannuth, Abby Smith, DeAnn Tomshack
22   James Ballou, Lisa Longacre, Maddie Humble
23   Bill Childs, Tony Garibaldi, Bill Greer,III, Pam Joyner, Phillip Lynn, Caroline Ring, Tracey Underwood


Nursery: September 23, 2018

Infants: K. Sisk & Girls,  S. Bullington
Toddlers: D. Pittman, A. Clift
Two Year: L. Taylor (Dale), S. A. Hansel

Wee Worship: Team 4 


Building Reservations and/or Scheduling:  Contact the office for all use of the Clear Creek building and/or grounds. With the large number of planned ministry events, Small Group meetings, member parties, community outreach opportunities, etc., all planning and scheduling needs to be coordinated through the church office at 423-877-6232 or office@clearcreekcoc.org.


Lost and Found:  Bibles, jackets, insulated cups, etc., if not where they were left, may be at the info desk but are periodically donated if unclaimed.  Check with the church office regarding lost money or jewelry.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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