It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!

Happy Friday everyone!

The Women’s Ministry Annual Fall Lunch is just a little over two weeks away! For all the details and to RSVP online, please visit tinyurl.com/CPCLunch2015. We would love to know if you are planning on attending as soon as possible.

This Sunday, we have the blessing and privilege of baptizing Claire Gonzalez. Please continue to pray for Silver and Lisa as they adjust to life as new parents. I got to visit with them this week and hold little Claire as we talked about the nature and significance of baptism. We will also have an adult baptism in a few weeks!

This Sunday is the fifth Sunday in August and as is our practice, we are asking you to give a special offering for our friends in need. The money that you give toward our Mercy Fund (or Diaconal Fund) goes toward rent, utilities, grocery bills, and medical bills for people in our congregation who need occasional help. It is a very practical way that you can be the hands and feet of Jesus for those you sit next to, pray with, and sing along with as we worship God together.

Have a great weekend! I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday.

In Christ,
Eric Landry

Women’s Ministry Lunch

Women’s Ministry Lunch
Sunday, September 13 ~ 1PM to 3:30PM
Harveston Clubhouse ~ 40135 Village Road, Temecula
(same location as last year)

We truly hope you can join us for this lunch! In addition to some good food from Chipotle and fellowship, we’ll be discussing singing with thankfulness in our hearts to God, where we’ll learn the history of some of our favorite hymns. We’ll also be blessed to hear a little more about Women’s Ministry from Sharon Rockwell, our PCA Women’s Ministry regional advisor.

We had such a great time last year and are excited to keep the tradition of this lunch going!

Ladies of all ages are welcome to attend (so please bring your daughters if they want to participate in the event). No childcare will be available.

RSVP today!

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!

Happy Friday everyone!

I hope you’re finding ways to stay cool this hot summer weekend. I always forget how warm it gets around here in August and September. Just as the rest of the country begins planning for fall weather, we’re checking to make sure the swimming pool hasn’t boiled over!

If you haven’t done so already, please take a moment to sign up to bring the Hammond family a meal while Greg Hammond continues recovering from his heart attack.You can sign-up at the Take Them a Meal page.

August is a five Sunday month and as is our practice, we are asking you to give a special offering on the fifth Sunday for our friends in need. The money that you give specifically toward our Mercy Fund (or Diaconal Fund) goes toward rent, utilities, grocery bills, and medical bills for people in our congregation who need occasional help. It is a very practical way that you can be the hands and feet of Jesus for those you sit next to, pray with, and sing along with as we worship God together.

Have a great weekend! I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday.

In Christ,
Eric Landry

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!

Happy Friday everyone!

We had a great time at our church picnic last week. Thanks to all of you who made the effort to come and get to know others who call Christ Presbyterian, “home.” We have a few more opportunities coming up for fellowship. Ladies, our Fall Women’s Ministry Kick-off Luncheon is September 13. We will celebrate our church’s ten year anniversary on November 1. Our elders groups, sermon response community groups, men’s Bible study, and youth group will keep their regular schedules through the fall.

As Greg Hammond continues his recovery, we have an opportunity to help the entire family by providing meals for them. Please visit the Take Them a Meal page and sign-up for a slot.

Please remember to pick-up some extra school supplies for our friends at International Christian Adoptions while you are out shopping this weekend. If you have a chance to pick-up grocery store gift cards for our friends at Olive Branch Ministries, we will be collecting those through the rest of the month, as well.

August is a five Sunday month and as is our practice, we are asking you to give a special offering on the fifth Sunday for our friends in need. The money that you give specifically toward our Mercy Fund (or Diaconal Fund) goes toward rent, utilities, grocery bills, and medical bills for people in our congregation who need occasional help. It is a very practical way that you can be the hands and feet of Jesus for those you sit next to, pray with, and sing along with as we worship God together.

Have a great weekend! I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday.

In Christ,
Eric Landry

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