1 Peter 2:6

New life in Christ!

Bulletin for: 
Sunday, May 19, 2019
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Announcements

ROAR Bible Camp: July 8-12. Camper registration has reached capacity and is closed, but we still need more volunteers in all areas. Our biggest need is for crew leaders. No special skills are required. All you need is to love for the Lord and desire to share that with campers. We need 10 more returning adult crew volunteers, as well as, another 12 first time adult and high school crew leaders. Register online today to volunteer at http://bit.ly/campvols2019. 

AWANA: Last Wednesday, May 15, 94 kids were awarded for the hard work and dedication they put forth throughout the year, memorizing Bible verses, participating in activities, and attending faithfully. We also honored the 22 leaders who served our children and led them in weekly assignments. Congratulations to all the children and thank you to all parents who trusted us in our discipleship efforts. 

ChoiceOne Baby Bottle Campaign: ChoiceOne is an organization that helps protect women and defend life. You can share the message of hope and life through Christ’s mercy, grace,  and forgiveness by participating in the Baby Bottle Campaign. It’s so easy! Bottles are available today to take. Take one or two, fill them with your spare change, and return them to the Welcome Desk by June 2. The money raised will then be forwarded to ChoiceOne.

Stone Hill Arts Series: presents the Quartet Piri, an innovative and versatile clarinet quartet. They are recognized for the power and excitement of their unique repertoire and dynamic performances. The quartet consists of Mr. Hana Kim, Mr. Seoungho Choi, Mr. Geon Park, and Ms. Hyun Joo Kang. ‘Piri’ is a general term for “wind instrument” in Korean and is also the name of a beloved traditional Korean wind instrument. Their name reflects the coming together of eastern and western cultures in our musical heritage. Please join us for the concert on Saturday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m.

Art in the Atrium: Our featured visual artist for the season is Kate Hammett. Be sure to take a look while you're enjoying your bagel and coffee! The work being shown is from a body of work done during a year abroad in London, 2001-2002. Their inspiration comes from Kate's love of old Amish quilt patterns, and also her love of mid-20th century abstract painters.

Operation World Prayer Resources: Two prayer resources from Operation World are on sale (cash or check) at the Missions Corner: 

Window on the World ($24) is your ticket to travel around the world! If you appreciate Operation World as an adult, your kids will love this invaluable and age-appropriate prayer resource that develops cultural, political, and geographical awareness through a Christian lens. Find out how God is changing the lives of families everywhere through prayer—from the frozen Arctic to the hottest desert, on the highest mountains and in crowded cities.

Pray for the World ($14): For decades, Operation World has been the world's leading resource for people who want to impact the nations for Christ through prayer. Its twofold purpose has been to inform for prayer and to mobilize for mission. Now the research team of Operation World offers this abridged version of the 7th edition called Pray for the World as an accessible resource to facilitate prayer for the nations.