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November 29, 2018



Cheney Congregational Church

Cheney Congregational Church invites everyone to join us in worship this Sunday at 10 a.m.  Pastor David Krueger-Duncan will deliver a sermon on “The Gospel Without Words: How the Church has Taught the Gospel to Illiterate People Throughout the Centuries.” Communion will be served and is open to all. 

Choir rehearsal will be held Thursday at 5 p.m. at the church. You are welcome to come and join in, or call Kate at (509) 481-5234.

Women’s fellowship will be meeting on Thursday, Dec 6, at noon.

Looking forward, the next in our series of second Wednesday educational presentations will be “The Wonderful World of Bees,” presented by Jim Miller, a certified master beekeeper. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, Dec 12, at 7 p.m.

Cheney Congregational Church is located at 423 N. 6th St. Contact us at (509)235-4193, or email at cheneycongregational@gmail.com. Our website is http://www.cheneycongregational.org. 

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

All are welcome to worship with us this Sunday, Dec. 2, at 10:30 a.m. as we celebrate the First Sunday of Advent. Fellowship hour follows the worship service.

Adult education class precedes the worship service at 9 a.m. Please note that there will be no children’s Sunday school this Sunday.

Wednesday Advent mid-week 6 p.m. soup supper and 6:45 p.m. worship service begins Dec. 5 and continues through Dec. 19.

All are welcome to visit Emmanuel’s Little Free Library and Free Community Pantry located at 639 Elm St. Donations of books, non-perishable food, and personal care items are always accepted. Both are open to the community 24/7.

Heritage Baptist Church

There is an unique display of beauty that appears every autumn. Leaves that were green during the spring and through the summer change into a variety of beautiful colors.

It is a decreased supply of sap brought on by summer dryness or autumn frost that brings out this rugged beauty in nature.

Thus God’s creation responds to the hardships which come upon it. The end of all suffering finds its meaning in God. It is the fruit of righteousness which springs from the exercise of faith.

Job tells us “Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth therefore despise not thou the chastening of the almighty.” Job 5:17.

With this in mind, the believer prays, “And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish thou the work of our hands upon us.” Psalm 90:17a.

Job faced the wonders like our past weekend and asked, “Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow?” Job 38:22. The Creator of the universe is an awesome God.

 We would like to invite you to our Sunday morning service at 11:11 a.m. and our Sunday  evening service at 6:06 p.m.. We meet at 1831 First St. across the street from the new CHAS Clinic.

We would also invite you to share in the Introduction to the Old Testament course from the Inland Northwest College of the Bible. Call 342-6038 for more information.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

A welcoming haven, nourishing all God’s people in body, mind and spirit.

Holy Eucharist at 11 a.m. Rev. Christine Soule will preach and preside.

Attention all college students. The Episcopal, Lutheran and Methodist Campus Ministry, ELM, gathers each Monday at 5 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 639 Elm St. For more information contact Soule at 844-2553.

Choir practice continues under the direction of Alexandra Rannow. We practice every Tuesday at 6 p.m. Come sing with us.

Fellowship breakfast is each Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Saturday morning at ll:30 a.m. in the parish hall.

For your contemplation: “Remember Christian soul, that thou hast this day and every day of thy life, God to glorify. Jesus to imitate. A soul to save. A body to mortify. Sins to repent of. Virtues to acquire. Hell to avoid. Heaven to gain. Eternity to prepare for. Time to profit by. Neighbors to edify. The world to despise. Devils to combat. Passions to subdue. Death, perhaps, to suffer. Judgment to undergo.” Saint Augustine.

United Methodist Church

Please join us as we celebrate the first Sunday of Advent at the United Methodist Church this week. Pastor Pat Sleeth will be preaching with pastor Alissa Bertsch assisting with the service and with Holy Communion. Prior to worship, at 9 a.m., there is a multi-age Sunday school class for elementary and middle school students as well as an adult class studying the book, “Unafraid.”

Confirmation classes begin this week on Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m. and continue for the next three consecutive Wednesdays.

You may call the church office for additional information and study opportunities.

MORE INFO

For more information on local churches, including service times, please see the Church Directory on page 3

 

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