COVID Resources: Sunday Service UpdateChildren's Ministry | Quarantine Care Package

June 26, 2020

News and Updates

Zoom Members Meeting (Non-Members Welcome)

Due to some confusion regarding our church's guidance, we are asking all of you to join us (even if you are not a member) on Wednesday, July 1, from 7:00pm to 8:15pm, to hear from our Pastors and ask important questions. 

We know this is a last minute addition to the calendar, so the discussion will be recorded for those who are unable to attend. If you have community group that evening, you can join the meeting together.

Zoom Members Meeting

Corporate Worship Registration

There are still spots remaining for Corporate Worship this Sunday. Please consider signing up. We want to make most of these opportunities to gather in larger numbers.

 

Zoom Prayer Meeting this Sunday

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Computer (Coffee) and Counsel

We live in a world that is changing rapidly from day to day because of the speed that information can travel. Please consider joining this time to keep your feet grounded on the solid Rock of Jesus Christ in the midst of the storm. 

The Coffee and Counsel time has been temporarily moved to Saturdays, from 9:00am to 10:00am on Zoom. Please register here to be included on updates. 

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Planned Parenthood Ministry Update

Saints, thank you so much for praying and supporting this work for the Gospel's sake. A few weeks ago, we shared the need for the Mercy Fund to help a couple that changed their mind on abortion, and you stepped up in a huge way. We are excited "seek the profit which increases to your account (Phil. 4:17)." Our church is able to help the couple with rent for a few months to give them time to plan well. We desire to give a more comprehensive update in the future, but please pray for: 

  • The salvation of the couple. 
  • God's continued provision for them. 
  • The ministry of the saints in their lives. 
  • Praise: They have a car now!
  • Praise: The father recently got his first job!

 


Upcoming Events

The Children's Devotional | Last Day!

This afternoon (Friday) 4:00pm, we are doing the Family Devotional for you and your children reviewing what was taught in the "Covid series." Due to a lack of interest/availability in the church, the Family Devotional will end after today. Click the photo below for details. 

PS, the Sunday School Lessons released on Sunday mronings will continue (LINK).

GOG 720Salt and Light | Mondays at 7:00pm

Let's talk about how to make the most impact in the places Christ has placed us indiviually and together as a church. Please join our outreach ministry for an informal discussion around the Scripture to encourage one another to obey the Great Commission well

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ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)

Help Request

Church family, if you are in need, we want to remind you that there is a form located here and on the Quarantine Page, to help you communicate your need. Please. If you are in need, your members desire to love you. 

Zoom Help

If you are having trouble accessing our church "meetings" on Zoom, Leslie Ross has kindly made these resources for you. Thank you Leslie!

 

Recommended Apps

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 Zoom

 Zoom has become the temporary way in which we connect and "fellowship" while being apart. If you haven't done so already, please download this app for your Computer, iPhone, or Non-Apple Phone

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 Church Center App

 Church Center is the best app to connect you to the internal areas of City Bible Church. You can download it on iPhone, iPad, or Android. (For sermon convenience, use our Public CBC App)

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 Telegram App

 Saints, for Group Messaging between Members, we want to highly recommend the Telegram App. Click the image below to view details to download it. 

 

Social Media

Did you know that one of the easiest, and most passive ways you can help the advance of the Gospel, is by interacting with our Church 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 in Facebook, since they equate the comments with popularity. 

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