CHC Youth Mini Golf
On Friday April 30th, CHC Youth will be meeting at a mini golf range from 7-9PM. Please contact Malinda Brady for more details.
Please join us on Saturday, May 15th, 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.
- April 22nd, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 26th CHC Youth Meeting
- April 29th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 30th, 7pm CHC Youth Mini Golf Event
- May 6th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- May 7th CHC Youth Meeting
- May 13th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- May 15th Grocery Distribution
- May 20th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- May 21st CHC Youth Meeting
Good to Know
CHC Social Media
Be on the lookout for short encouraging messages on the church’s Facebook page, Instagram account, Twitter profile, and YouTube channel. You may find these helpful for your week and easier to share with others.
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.
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.
In Luke chapter 18, Jesus encourages us to show faith in God by praying. Jesus encourages us to not give up. The followers of Jesus were taught to pray constantly. What does that mean to you? Jesus clearly wants us to not rely on our own good deeds when we come to God, but instead that we would declare our need for forgiveness and the love of God. We are to receive the Kingdom of God with a childlike faith. Jesus was clearly not focused on a single group of people, but open to all people. Every human life has value. There is a reward for being a good steward of money by using an eternal perspective.
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