Have you heard about pandemic pods but weren’t sure how to create one? Chris Vazquez recently sat down with the Faroes and Weybrights to discuss how the two families formed their pandemic pod last year. Watch the video on the church’s COVID info page to learn the many benefits they have experienced from their life-giving pod. Below the video, the Safe Place Team has posted some helpful questions and tips to help you get started in creating your own pandemic pod.
- April 8th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 12th CHC Youth Meeting
- April 15th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 17th Grocery Distribution
- April 22nd, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 26th CHC Youth Meeting
- April 29th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
Good to Know
Outdoor Meetup Ideas
Now that weather is getting warmer, we are looking for more opportunities to meet up outdoors together. If you have ideas for outdoor, physically distanced, and masked activities that the church can plan, please share your ideas with Pastor Ben.
Please join on Saturday, April 17th, to assist with our grocery distribution in the parking lot behind the Waverly YMCA (The Weinberg Y) on 33rd St. We are activating the network of more than a dozen non-profits and churches to ensure that the food gets to people in need. We need volunteers to greet people, direct traffic, carry boxes, and drivers to deliver boxes to homes or nearby assisted living facilities. We ask that volunteers arrive at 9:15 am to help unload the truck. Please bring your own mask, drinking water, snack, and work gloves. The grocery distribution will begin at 10:30 am, and 575 pre-sorted boxes of groceries will be given away. Please continue to pray for our efforts in organizing this continued effort.
Watch Sunday Messages
Missed last week’s Sunday message? No problem! You can watch the recording on YouTube or Facebook. Sunday messages are posted each week at 8:55am Sunday morning on Facebook as well as on Friday nights on YouTube.
The love of God is seen in Luke 9:10-17 as Jesus teaches the crowd that followed Him. Then, Jesus did a miracle by providing lunch for thousands. He served them all, including those who felt that they were “far from God”. Jesus is nudging the disciples in preparation for how to care for people. Peter shares a revelation of the truth: Jesus is the Messiah “sent one” from Father God, for the salvation of the world. Jesus prepared His friends for His death. In Luke 9:23-25, Jesus called His friends to follow Him by living a selfless life, with an eternal perspective (a value system focused on what matters most). Jesus predicted that they would see the Kingdom of God in powerful ways. This certainly came true.
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