TEMPORARY WORSHIP SCHEDULE:
9AM BIBLE STUDY AND 10AM WORSHIP ON SUNDAY ONLY.
MASKS ARE REQUESTED TO BE WORN IN THE BUILDING.
Sunday evening singing has been canceled until further notice.
Gluten Free communion bread is available in the foyer.
Don’t forget to check the bulletin board for lost & found items and to sign up for anything you can!
Coffee and fellowship is on hold.
Good Samaritan need for the week: Pancake syrup. Donation box in the foyer.
Fellowship Groups are also on hold.
If you are still “staying at home” and would like to send in your offering – please mail it to PO Box 145 Cortez, CO 81321
Friday’s at 10a.m. in the annex. See Shirley Birk if you would like to help.
Gift basket for Mikaela Nicholson is in the foyer. If anyone would like to send something to Mikaela, please put your donation in the basket. There is an information sheet posted on the bulletin board. This will be mailed out monthly, or when the basket is full!
LADIES BIBLE STUDY Friday’s. Class will be in the fellowship room at 4:30 and will dismiss promptly at 5:30. See Liz Ann Semadeni with questions. If you are not able to make it and would like to “zoom”, get with Pam.
POTLUCK today at noon in the annex. Everyone is invited.
Article – Sunday, April 18, 2021
A sense of identity
Our name reflects who we are. It gives us a sense of belonging, a sense of identity. If someone knows our name, it means they know us. It’s hard not to take it personally when someone forgets our name. Unfortunately, parents do it. Bosses do it. Teachers do it. But if our closest friends, or boyfriend or husband forgot our name – it would be an almost unforgivable offense.
Thankfully, Jesus knows our name. The Creator of the universe, the One who determined the number of stars in the sky and called each of them by name, knows your name. Not only does he know your name, he calls you by name.
When you were saved, God spoke to you personally. And throughout your life, he calls your name as he leads you beside still waters, through the mountaintops and valleys of life, leading you to safe pastures as a shepherd guides his precious sheep.
You are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.
1 Corinthians 12:27
Taken from promises for life for women
Updated: Sunday, April 18, 2021
Liz Ann Semadeni
Levi Garchar, Arlene Daves nephew
Navajo Nation churches
Amy Shobe, Diane Townley’s sister. Cancer has returned.
Woody & Arlene Daves has asked for prayers for Steven, a friend of the family.
Phillip Suggs, Kathy Young’s brother, congestive heart failure.
Allene has asked for prayers for her brother, Milt & Les.
Claire Daves – foot injury
On Going Concerns:
The Brown family
Marvin Ancell, Coffs Harbor
Philip James, Hogback
**Names will be updated monthly
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