PLEASE WATCH YOUR SPEED… as you drive up Verney Drive and enter and leave the CMRC Parking Lot. Please obey the 25 mile per hour speed limit. Thank you!!
CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SING-ALONG, NEXT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10 @ 2:00 PM CARTER HALL
Come and join Leo McGinnis as he and others lead us in singing all your favorite Christmas Carol and Songs. See you at 2:00 PM next Sunday. Contact Leo for more information at 654-6472 or email@example.com.
THE GIVING TREE
The Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center Residential Department has compiled a list of items for the CMRC students/residents who will be spending Christmas here on the CMRC campus. Please pick an ornament of your choice off of the Christmas tree in the Carter Hall Lobby, purchase the item listed, and return the unwrapped item along with the ornament on or before Sunday, December 18th.
The CMRC Residential Department is also accepting donations of wrapping paper, bags, boxes and tissue paper to ensure each gift gets wrapped.
This is a wonderful way to show the love of Christ to the students/residents here at Crotched Mountain. It is also a way for those of us who are part of the Greenfield Covenant Church to say thank you for all the blessings we have received in the past 9+ years of worshiping here. Thank you for your support.
CHRISTMAS MOVIE MATINEE
“THE 12 DOGS OF CHRISTMAS” ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 3:00 PM AT THE MINISTRY CENTER
The 12 Dogs of Christmas is a fun, heartwarming story featuring a cast of over 100 dogs, and is the perfect movie for all those who love dogs, kids and Christmas.
BRING A SAMPLE OF YOUR FAVORITE CHRISTMAS SNACK TO SHARE!!
CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT SERVICE DECEMBER 24 AT 7:00 PM
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
A word of comfort for God’s people, because a herald is announcing the coming of God to his people who are as fragile as grass. Yet God comes as a gentle Shepherd to feed and nurture his flock.
Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13:
Thanksgiving that God has forgiven and restored God’s people, so God’s people should not return to their wicked ways, but rather should listen to what God says, for God’s salvation is near, and God’s blessings are poured out.
2 Peter 3:8-15a:
Peter encourages the believers to live godly lives as they await the passing away of the heavens and the earth and the coming of the new heaven and earth. God is not slow to keep God’s promise to do these things, but, in mercy, delays so that people may be saved.
John the Baptiser comes, as a fulfilment of Isaiah’s prophecy of the voice in the wilderness, and prepares people for the coming of a greater One after him, teaching that, although he baptises with water, the Coming One will baptise with the Holy Spirit.