Bulletin – Week of June 26, 2016

Bulletin – Week of June 26, 2016

Whoever you are, God loves you. Therefore, we celebrate your presence in God’s house. Please extend your hand in friendship to those around you. Welcome!

This week we are asked to pray for Herm and Ali Laninga, Carmen Larsen, Arbadella McAlister, Solomon and Rosa McAlister and their children, Linda McConnaughey.

We lift up Sissy Davis, a member of our Friendship group, who is currently residing at Shuksan Healthcare Center. Sissy may be at the healthcare center for several weeks as they determine the cause of some of her health issues.

We give praise that Paulino Estrada was able to return home following his cancer surgery. We pray for a full and speedy recovery for Paulino and we also lift Georgi up in prayer.

 The Deacons are collecting toilet paper and baby wipes to donate to the Interfaith Coalitions annual Project Homeless Connect. A container is in the foyer and donations will be accepted through July 17.

 This week there will only be sporadic coverage in the office by Ellie Roberts and Jenn Boer. Terry will be back in the church office on July 5th.

Items for the July Heartbeat need to be in the church office prior to July 5th as the newsletter will be available as of July 8th.

Love INC is looking for a few people to help with their ministry outreach in Whatcom County.

The Konings are having a garage sale July 22-23 and your good used items are wanted—also your help at the garage sale.

After much prayer and several encouraging conversations with medical specialists, the Konings have accepted a referral for our son! He is a cute 3 year old little guy from an orphanage in Beijing. Because his paperwork has not yet been completed, we will probably be waiting for 4-6 months until we are able to travel to pick him up.

Volunteers are needed to commit to pray for one hour the first Wednesday of each month. Sign up either with Scott Emory or on the sheet on the information stand in the foyer. There are several time slots available to choose from.

Servants Next Sunday, July 3: Greeters: Jay and Avis Kaemingk; Nursery: NONE; Snacks: Faye Hop and Lisa DeSalvo; Ushers: Don Knutson and Helen Bowman; Prayer Room: Ali Laninga.

Join us this Sunday after service as Pastor Scott answers the Question, “Was the American Revolution Biblical?” There are 3 possible answers: Yes, No, and Possibly. Come and learn more about our history and the Scripture in preparation for Independence DayA recording is posted on the website

Help Habitat Northwest Store: We’d love your help on Monday, June 27th … we’re purging and reconfiguring the back room of the Habitat Store in order to make getting donations out on the store floor faster and easier.


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