July 16, 2021
Building Demolition Party
Thank you for your prayers throughout the entire purchasing process. It has been 9 months since we put the offer in on this building and as of tomorrow, we are official owners of the building located at 1101 51st Street. We are starting our renovation process immediately so that we can start using the building very soon.
Tomorrow, Saturday, July 17th we will be hosting our first Demolition Party. We need as many people as we can get to tear out the carpet, take down doors, remove the pews, disconnect AC units, and so much more. If you are available to help and can bring your tools, please let us know that you are coming by completing the following form. Lunch will be provided.
What tools to bring:
- Power drills
- Crow Bars
- Box Cutters
- Hand Truck
- Wheel Barrels
- Shop Vacuums
Other things to consider:
- Safety first. Bring some gloves and glasses to protect yourself.
- If you are planning to bring your kids, we ask that they be older and can help with the labor and that you would supervise them at all times.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Church camp is just around the corner and 154 of you have registered to go. If you have never been to one of these camps, you will definitely enjoy everything it has to offer. The deadline to register for camp is July 25th so do not delay; go and register today.
Camp held will be on August 5th through August 7th at Hartstone Christian Campground. Early arrival is available if you want to stay an additional night (additional cost). Pricing depends on how you plan to stay at camp, in your tent, or a cabin provided by the campground. You can find more information and register at the link below.
We are excited to relaunch this great opportunity to share the gospel with the homeless men and women of Sacramento. Every 4th Monday of each month, our church leads the worship service at this shelter. This month we will be there on July 26th at 7 PM.
If you are interested in getting involved, register and come out to this event. You can also connect with Ben Ito afterward if you want to continue coming.
This will be a special meeting because it will be held in the new building on Sunday, July 25th at 5 pm. Join the church as we pray together for the various needs of our church family and the ministries of CBC.
Don't forget to register to let us know that you are coming out.
Sacramento Gospel Conference
Gold Country Baptist Church in Shingle Springs is hosting a conference called Plastic People, Liquid World, Local Church: Gospel Ministry & the Modern Self.
Dr. Carl Trueman will speak on the topic of his most recent book, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, especially addressing the impact of cultural changes for the life and ministry of our local churches.
The event will be held on Saturday, August 7th and you can register to attend on their website if you are not going to Church Camp.
Man of God Conference
Grace Bible Church of Fair Oaks is hosting the Annual Man of God Conference on October 1st and 2nd. Registration is now open and we are encouraging you to register to get the early bird price of $50, which is available until August 3rd. This conference sells out every year so register early to lock in your spot.
The speaker this year is Dr. Nicolas Ellen, PhD. Dr. Ellen is the Senior Pastor of Community of Faith Bible Church in Houston, Texas, and the Senior Professor of Biblical Counseling at the College of Biblical Studies. Dr. Ellen has also developed a biblical counseling training center called Expository Counseling Center.
At the Man of God Conference, Dr. Ellen will be teaching on the nature of temptation. We are excited to have him join us and trust God will use his messages to bless the men of our region.
Church Center App
Saints, for Group Messaging between Members, we want to recommend the Telegram App highly. Click the image below to view the details to download it.
Did you know that one of the easiest and most passive ways you can help advance the Gospel is by interacting with our Church's social media presence (and other ministries). Even a simple "like" will help put our posts in the view of your non-believing friends. Comments are better on Facebook, since they equate the comments with popularity.