The Sumas Christian Reformed Church is hosting the Christmas Carol Service tonight, Dec. 2, 7:00 p.m. This tradition has taken place for decades in the community. Many churches are participating in this beginning-of-the-Christmas-season gathering. Come and join the worship followed by refreshments & fellowship.
It’s time for SACC to provide food at Seeds of Hope on Thursday, Dec. 6. Several Women will be cooking and providing food. Talk to Shelly Simpson if you want to get in on the fun either by cooking, bring food and/or helping serve the food.
YES! The clothesline is OPEN next Saturday, Dec. 1, 10 to noon. (The Clothesline will be closed on Dec. 22 and 29, but the Paper Products will be distributed on Dec. 19. Everyone’s a volunteer, so we need to bless the down times of the workers and understand it’s all grace when it is open.)
Guess what! There is a little bit of talk of some folks wanting to work on a Clothing Bank or clothing give-away in Kendall, so keep that in your prayers. Our Clothesline wants to bless them and has already provided several bags of clothing. It’s all good. It’s all Kingdom work. It’s all about being the hands and feet of Jesus. We’ll see how it gets organized and sorts itself out. God so often uses humble beginnings to accomplish his greatest works.
Talk to Jeff if you want to know the schedule of when the bus takes off to the SOH Foothills Fellowship on Sundays (988-2053).
If you have a personal or family recognition you’d like to share with the church family, the Sunday fellowship time is a great time to celebrate. Let Linda Moe know if you have in mind to bring a cake or other ways to recognize the milestones or accomplishments of life. The Church is also available to the church family for open houses or other gatherings if it works into the schedule.
You can get a hot bowl of soup almost every Thursday at Valley Community Church during food bank hours, noon to three.
A new quarterly lesson begins today for the adult Sunday School class. You are invited to come to the worship service an hour early, 9 a.m., and enjoy good discussion, stories, bible readings and lessons. It all takes place at the big table in the social hall.
Thanks to the Potluck clean up crew volunteers. If you want to join the fun, the list is on the bulletin board, but the next open date may be several months away. Many hands make light work.