IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!
Please submit your 2013 reports, preferably via e-mail to the Ministry Center office: email@example.com ; or if hand-written, mail or leave in the Ministry Center office.
If you need assistance with writing your report, please contact Faith Lloyd.
All reports should be submitted before May 31, to allow time to produce GCC’s Annual Report before Annual Meeting on June 30th.
Thanks to those who have turned in their reports:
Auditors (Kelly Ward)
Finance Committee (Preston Wakeman)
Mutual Ministry (Judy Ierlan)
Annual Reports are still needed from the following church committees/ministries:
Building Committee (Philip Martus)
Capital Campaign Steering Committee (Philip Martus)
Children’s Church (Lisa Moran)
Clothes Closet (Kathleen Russell)
Faith in Action (Trish Chickering)
Fellowship (Laura Sparling)
Food Pantry (Gail Curtis)
LT Chair ( Philip Martus)
LT Vice Chair (Vinoy Laughner)
National Day of Prayer (Carol Laughner)
Nominating Committee (Trish Chickering)
Worship Committee (Tim/Tammy Pool)
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO MOW THE MINISTRY CENTER LAWN THIS SUMMER
We need someone to mow this week , and then we would like to have family members or individuals volunteer to mow the lawn weekly for each of the four summer months (June – September). This will save us from having to hire someone to do the lawn. If you are willing to volunteer, please call the Ministry Center office at 547-3626. Thanks!
MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATIONS
Greenfield: Sunday, May 26 Parade at 12 noon, followed by free lunch and ice cream at Meeting House.
CMRC: Thursday, May 30 2:00 pm in Upper Mellons Day Program Room.
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 5/26-June 2
In preparation for next week’s worship, please read and reflect on these readings:
1 Kings 18:20-21, (22-29), 30-39: Elijah challenges the prophets of Baal inviting them to build an altar and place a sacrifice on it, and then to call on their god for fire. When no fire comes, Elijah does the same, calling on God, who sends fire to consume the sacrifice, even though it is drenched in water.
Galatians 1:1-12: Paul confronts the Galatians because they are following a different Gospel than the one they received from Paul, and which he received not from human beings, but from a revelation of Jesus.
Luke 7:1-10: A centurion, whose servant is sick, asks Jesus to heal him, declaring that there is no need for Jesus to go into his house, but only to say the word. Jesus is impressed by the centurion’s faith and does what he asks.
A SPRING WORK MORNING AT THE MINISTRY CENTER…
Make plans now to gather at the Ministry Center on this coming Saturday, at 8:00 AM for breakfast and fellowship. This is a great opportunity to join with other men to have a great time of food, fellowship and study. Contact Rev. Dan for more information (547-3626 or firstname.lastname@example.org (pastor null@null greenfieldchurch NULL.org)).
Make plans now to gather at the Ministry Center on this coming Saturday at 8:00 AM for breakfast and fellowship. This is a great opportunity to join with other men to have a great time of food, fellowship and study. Contact Rev. Dan for more information (547-3626 or email@example.com (pastor null@null greenfieldchurch NULL.org))