21st May 2017
Sun 10:00am –The Power Series – Book of Acts “Power in a Name!” Acts 3:1-26 #ccshacts
Sun 6:00pm – Ecclesiastes Series – Part 8: “The Folly of Self-righteousness and Lawlessness” #meaning
Tuesday 9:30am – Women’s Study
“Walking in the Light!”
Wed 7:00pm – We pray at the chapel – followed by our series on maturity in Christ – James 5: “Battle Weary!”
Friday 5:30Pm – 6:30 Pm – Calvary Kids
Friday 7:00pm – 9:00pm Calvary Youth
From the Pastors Desk –
What is the greatest and most costly battle ever to take place? Who was the victor and what was the reward? The greatest battle ever fought was between good and evil. This great battle took place at Golgotha – also known as Mount Calvary – a rugged hill outside the walled city of Jerusalem. Jesus Christ was the Victor, paying the cost with His blood. The reward was the salvation of souls – yours and mine! – Rev. Billy Graham.
From Helen’s Heart
I am confident I will see the Lord’s goodness while I am here in the land of the living….wait patiently for the Lord Psalm 27:13, 14 NLT. Sometimes we can loose heart with out prayer life. Have there been some requests you’ve made to God that seem to echo in the silence? Keep on seeking, ask God to give you a vision of His plans for you. We have Sarah, Rachel, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Anna all as examples who waited patiently (a long time) for their answers to prayer. Do not lose heart, God will answer your prayers if you wait. Faith is the assurance of things hoped for ….Heb 11:1
Ladies Bible study Tuesday 9:30 am – cont. our studies in 1 John – “Walking in the Light”. There will be no crèche for this study. Hope to see you then – Helen.
CCSH has a tithe and offering container at the left side of the sanctuary as you enter for your grace giving for the work of the Lord here. – CCSH Account number: 2490144 & BSB: 306089 for those who wish to give electronically. 2Co 9:6 Remember this—a farmer who plants only a few seeds will get a small crop. But the one who plants generously will get a generous crop. You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don’t give reluctantly or in response to pressure. “For God loves a person who gives cheerfully.” And God will generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others.
We ask that once the service has commenced that should you need to leave the sanctuary that you are mindful to not be a distraction to those worshipping and listening to God’s Word. If you are returning please do so to the seating at the back of the sanctuary – thank you for your consideration.