Live streaming video by Ustream Dr. Steve Ayers delivered the sermon with scriptures from Isaiah 65:17-25 and John 20:1-18.Eric Poe is the Deacon of the Week. He will read the Old Testament lesson and have the morning prayer. Delaney Schmitt was baptized in the early service this morning. Alex Le and Robin Seagraves were baptized at the 10:45 service.
The flowers today are given in loving memory of Atlas Faggart, R. M. and Virginia Faggart, daughter Kathy Susanne Faggart and D.A. and Vera Faggart by the Faggart Family.
Global Mission Offering
You can be a part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Global Missions Offering through your gifts. The church goal is $4000.
There will be no newsletter next week. Also the Tuesday Bible study group will not meet. There are no Wednesday night activities on March 30.
The Deacons will meet next Sunday, April 3, at 2 p.m.
Food on the First
Food on the First is next Sunday, April 3. Please bring items for Cooperative Christian Ministry, Performance Learning Center or the R.A.I.N. Closet.
The ladies’ retreat is April 8-9 at the Brantley Center located on the campus of The Children’s Home, Winston Salem NC. The discussions will be inspired by the book “Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World”. Sign up today. The cost is $60. Deadline to sign up is April 3.
The Rev. Chris Harbin will deliver the sermon in Dr. Steve Ayers’ absence. Kim Lyda is the Deacon of the Week. She will read the New Testament scripture and lead the morning prayer.
The Fall Festival is on Friday, Oct. 30, from 6:00-8:00 pm. Please bring wrapped candy to be used that night as prizes. It will be fun-invite your friends.
Daylight Saving Time ends next Sunday, Nov. 1. Fall back.
An Advanced Care Planning Workshop will be held on Sunday, Nov. 1, from 3 to 5 pm, in the sanctuary. Hospice and Palliative Care of Cabarrus County is hosting the free workshop on creating healthcare documents for your future. You will be able to complete a Living Will or Healthcare Power of Attorney and have it notarized at no charge at the workshop.
Samaritans Purse Shoe Boxes are available in the Media Center. Inside each box is directions on what can be used to fill the box along with labels to be taped to the outside of the box designating whether the gift is for a boy or girl and their age. Please return the filled boxes by Nov. 15.
The Piedmont Choral Society hosts its 6th Annual Old Fashioned Hymn Sings of older, beloved hymns and hymn stories on Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. at Forest Hill United Methodist Church. The program is free. Please bring a canned good for CCM. A reception will follow.
Share the Harvest Community Farm
Officials with the partner groups for the Share the Harvest Community Farm broke ground on the farm Thursday. Our pastor, Dr. Steve Ayers, was among those participating.
Robert Kluttz is the deacon of the week. Robert will read the Old Testament lesson and have the morning prayer.
The choir will have lunch and rehearse following the 10:45 worship service today.
On Friday a group left Concord to travel to Eagle Eyre, Lynchburg, VA for PassportKids. Camp is always an exciting time of experiencing God in a fresh and unique way. They will return on Monday. Please keep them in your prayers.
The youth are collecting beach towels, bags and 30 SPF spray sun screen for their Arkansas Mission Trip. They are also collecting K cups for a craft in Arkansas.
The hot dog sale each Friday has helped tremendously with our debt on the building. Dr. Whicker is in need of people to work in the kitchen on the 4th Friday each month. He also needs someone to handle the dessert and drink table on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Friday. An extra person or two would be great to have to fill in when others need to be away any Friday. Please see or call Dr. Whicker if you can make a coca cola cake or banana pudding or can fill any of these positions.
Vacation Bible School is July 19-24. The theme is Weird Animals-Where Jesus’ Love is One of a Kind!
Remember that Cooperative Christian Ministry needs extra food this summer since children are not at school. The R.A.I.N. Closet needs include deodorant, toothpaste, bar soap, Clorax and trash bags.