GREENFIELD CONGREGATIONAL COVENANT CHURCH GREENFIELD, NH 228th ANNUAL MEETING Sunday, July 8, 2018
CALL FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING AND WARRANT
To the members of The Greenfield Congregational Covenant Church, an Evangelical Covenant Church:
You are hereby notified to gather at the Ministry Center on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at 11:30 AM, for the 228th Annual Meeting of the church membership, to act upon the following business:
Article I: To receive and accept the minutes of the July 16, 2017 Annual Meeting.
Article II: To review the reports of the Pastor, Leadership Team Members, Bookkeeper, church committees and ministries; and vote to accept or take any action relative thereto.
Article III: To review and act on the proposed 2018-2019 congregational year budget.
Article IV: To review and elect the nominees to various positions as recommended by the Nominating Committee.
Article V: To transact any other business that may lawfully come before the meeting.
The Annual Meeting will be followed by a cookout on the Ministry Center Patio.
Respectfully submitted, Faith Lloyd Administrative Assistant
Approved by Leadership Team 06/14/18
THE FOLKS IN CHARGE OF OUR FELLOWSHIP AND SNACK TIME WILL TAKE A SUMMER BREAK DURING JULY AND AUGUST. THEY HAVE PROMISED TO BE BACK IN SEPTEMBER.
COMMUNITY COFFEE HOUSE
Saturday, July 7 6:00-9:00 PM MINISTRY CENTER
All are welcome to share and participate in another great night of music in the Common Room at the Ministry Center. We will have singalongs, songs, hymns, and karaoke.
Any and all performers are welcome to come sing, play, sing along, or just come listen. Looking forward to seeing you there. For more information, contact Leo McGinnis: 654-6472 or email@example.com
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY, JULY 8
God commissions Ezekiel to be a prophet to the Israelites and to proclaim to them that though they are hardhearted and rebellious, and whether they listen or not, they will know that a prophet has been among them.
A prayer for God’s mercy after the mockery and shame that the proud have brought on God’s people, and committing to be attentive to God even as servants are attentive to their masters and mistresses.
2 Corinthians 12:2-10:
Paul refuses to boast in anything except his weaknesses, since God has given him a “thorn in his side” to keep him from being conceited, and so he celebrates his weaknesses for it is in them that God’s strength is made perfect.
Jesus preaches in his home town but the people reject him because they know him, and cannot honor him. Then Jesus sends the twelve out in pairs, with no resources, to preach, and they go, proclaim Jesus’ message, heal, and cast out demons.