Bill and Kathy Kamphouse are thankful for all the folks that came to their open house a few weeks ago.
The Good News Club is a wonderful after school activity for children in the N.V. School district. Permission slips are needed to participate. A Good News Club meets in each of the three grade schools in the district, with Sumas meetings on Wednesdays. A registration form may be downloaded at www.cefwhatcom.org. Go to the “Good News Club” tab and find “registration forms” to print out a copy for each school.
Sunday evening, Nov. 13, at the Sumas RV Park, Seeds of Hope is hosting a supper at 5:30. Denny Bos is the devotional leader. Anyone is welcome to come and meet new people and enjoy a lite meal. The residents of the park enjoy having a reason to gather together. Thanks to the managers of the park for allowing SOH to use the office as the weather gets cold.
News and Notes from the Catalyst Youth Group: Dec. 11th the Youth will be leading every aspect of Catalyst for the night. The Youth are being encouraged to explore the talents God has given them in ministry because we are all called to ministry no matter the vocation. Please pray for the students as they step out of their comfort zones and ask for God to reveal himself in a new and life changing way!
No Youth Nov. 13, 27, Dec. 18, 25, or Jan. 1. There will be a movie night sometime in December.
Spread the word that we have Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for all ages. Open invitation to teachers: if you want a time slot in a Sunday Service for your class to sing a song, perform a skit, share a craft project, or recite a Bible verse, let Pastor Carl know. Even the last minute will work. Everyone will love it!
Bridge Ministries is an organization in Sumas that believes it is good to gather and bless the efforts of those who seek to make a difference in the community. Bridge meets this Tuesday at 7:00 in the SACC building. One new ministry that might be joining the group is a car seat safety program. The group loves input. Talk to Denny if you are thinking you might like to get involved.
Seeds of Hope operates as a separate non-profit organization with an independent board. The SOH board meets Monday evening.
About 20 families or more are helped in Sumas through the paper products ministry. Once a month the Clothesline is open for qualifying families to receive supplemental paper products. To qualify, recipients must be residents of Sumas, and receive food stamps with no cash benefits. This coming Wed., 10 a.m. Paper Products is open.
Do you want to know about the Yoga on Mondays? Talk to Bernita Bronkema.
What a great Potluck Dinner last Sunday. We were blessed to have visiting Wycliffe Bible Translators, Phil and Sarah Baer, as well as guests Pastor Jim and Arlene Osborn.