Daily News for June 17, 2019

Ministry News


Teaching

The Gospel of Mark | Part Two:  Join us as we continue our journey through the book of Mark.  We are asking that each of you find a small group community to study with and come alongside our church family as we use Discovery Bible Study to learn what Mark’s gospel is saying about God, people, how we can apply it to our lives, and who we can share Jesus with. 


Small Groups

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

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.


Children  

June 23: Family Pool Day for ages 4 to 2nd Grade: 2:00-5:00 pm at the Rodger's home, (754 Intermont Circle, Chattanooga). Parking is limited so carpool or park at the Food City on Hixson Pike. Please bring everything your family will need: snacks, drinks, towels and sunscreen.

June 24-28: Music Camp: Race to Win. Whose race are you running? For children who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade. Details and or registration online; cost is $20.

Wednesday Nights in June:  Summer JAM from 6:30-7:45. For children age 3 through 4th grade. The theme is ROAR! Life is Wild: God is Good; about the unexpected and hard things in life but God sees us through them and uses them for good. Encourage your children to invite a school friend or neighbor. 

2019 Summer Activities are available on the children's web page.

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

June 17-22: Senior Impact: for students who have completed high school grades 9-12. 

2019 Summer Activities are available on the youth's web page.


University Christian Mission & Young Adults

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


Women

Wednesday Ladies Group: Meet in room A5/A7 for the Mark study or for the Bible study OWNit365, at 6:30 pm.

CRITI: 6/18: S. Hendrix, 6/25: J. Vance, K. Warren, 7/2: K. Holt, B. Beasley, 7/16: K. Hannah

Erlanger North ER  and Northpark ICU snack  baskets:  6/9: J. Hibbs, 6/16: B. Perry, 6/23: A. Clift, 6/30: M. Hendrix


Men

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

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

News & Events


Wednesdays in June:  Summer JAM (6:30-7:45) for children ages three through 4th grade.  The theme is ROAR! Life is Wild: God is Good. There are unexpected and hard things in life but God sees us through them and uses them for good. Register in the lobby; get a t-shirt and wear it each Wednesday. Regular classroom for age 4 and under, and elementary wing for age 5 and older. 

Wednesdays in June, adult and youth groups will continue the regular Wednesday schedule, meeting in their regular rooms. Adult offerings: adult café group, men’s group (A3) and women’s groups (A5/A7) 

June 30: Children's Musical: Race to Win. Whose race are you running? Elementary children will perform and show us that no one will cross the finish line without a saving faith in Jesus Christ. 


Family News

We rejoice in the baptism of Wyatt Wood at Junior Impact on June 16! 

We express sympathy to Lori Hansel and family on the passing of her mother, Pat Anne Thomas, on June 13 in Nashville.  

June 26: Tuesday Ladies Groups invites anyone to join them for lunch at Bea’s Restaurant.  To ride the bus, meet at Clear Creek at 11:00 am. Contact Carol Golden (423-899-7333) if you plan to go and or if you plan to ride the bus.

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

2019 Mission Trips are scheduled with limited spots for each trip. Information and cost are available on the Missions webpage (www.clearcreekcoc.org/missions).

Haiti Missions:

Other:

  • June 17-19: Fifth Grade Mission Trip

  • July 8-11: Middle School Mission Trip


Prayer Requests

Sharon Gray has a fracture in her right foot and requests prayers for healing. (Care Group 2)

Grant Majors, son of Eric and Becki Majors, is on round 4 of chemo.  Cards can be sent to:  Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, John Grant Majors, Room 6312, 2200 Children’s Way, Nashville, TN  37232. Updates can be found at CaringBridge.org; search for Grant Majors.  

Missy Howard, sister-in-law of David Howard, has terminal cancer and is stopping treatment. 

Jaunita Alice Malone, mother of Joy Greathouse, has gone home and will continue therapy. 

Donna Howard, niece of David Howard, has stopped chemo for cancer. Her address is 1006 Egret Court, Springhill, TN  37174.  

Glenna Johnson is having chemo and requests prayers. (Care Group 4)

Amber Aubrey continues her treatment for cancer. Her address is 7623 Leather Market St., Houston, TX 77064.  

Betty Berry is at Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center, room 708A, 331 Hinch Street, Spring City, TN 37381.

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.

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   Estes Clift, Brianna Goode, Mike Jenkins
15   Kayla Halstead, Jonah Pope, Ray Weir
16   Bobby Hicks, Brett Tucker, Ryder Wilburn
17   Cason Fritts, Emily Golden, Dan Grandfield
19    Chapman Brown, Larry Crowell, Brittney Lawson, Elaine Osby, Corynne Schannuth
20    Madson Zumbrun   
21    Andy Asberry, Wanda Sliger
22    Gary Carson, Josh Holland
23    Lina Arendale, Shujuan Fe
ng, Benjamen Moyer, Anthony Randolph, Anna Scharff


Nursery: June 23, 2019

Infants: K. Waldrep, A. Asberr, T. Garibaldi
Toddlers:  D. Caudle, C. Moore
Two Year: M. Hendrix, K. Calhoun
Wee Worship: Team 4/Logan Gaither and team


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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