VBS 2013 : "Kingdom Rock"
June 24-28, 2013 (Register TODAY)
"Trust in the LORD always, for the LORD GOD is the eternal ROCK." Isaiah 26:4
KINGDOM ROCK: REGISTER NOW (CLICK)
Where Kids Stand Strong for God
Ways to Register: (Participant/Volunteer)
Ways to Donate:
Contact Lisa, Coordinator
"Give Us Rest": A Service of Worship and Song
June 9 at 10:45am St. Andrew's Hall
Come and let go of your troubles, let not your heart be weary. Feel His presence during this contemporary service filled with song, praise and rest in knowing that He is your Savior.
Give Voice to His Praise : Covenant Choir Cantata
June 9 at 9am in the Sanctuary
Join us as our Covenant Choir raises their voices high to Him in praise and thanksgiving for all He has done!
Invite your friends to celebrate with us as we worship with one heart and one voice.
june 16 at 9am & 10:45am worship services
CONGRATULATIONS HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE GRADS!
Baccalaureate Sunday Recognition
9am in the Sanctuary (Traditional Service)
10:45am in St. Andrew's Hall (Contemporary Service)
Although the Courier submission deadline has passed, if you would still like to be represented at our Baccalaureate services, please submit the following information: schools, majors, future goals, involvements/hobbies and interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
YFM (Family Ministry) Marriage Series
Sunday, June 23 at 4pm at a residence
Come meet new families as we begin our next season together!
Young Family Ministry Marriage Series
JUNE SCHEDULE: 4pm - 1st & 4th Sundays
"the art of marriage" -
family life can get abstract...let us help you figure it out.
Questions? Contact Raul Alarcon
Women's Fellowship luncheon / program
thursday, june 20 at 11:30am in St. andrew's hall
"A Window Between Worlds"
Special Speakers: Suvan Geer & Lisa Pearson
A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) is a non profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Since l99l, AWBW has provided creative expression as a healing tool for over 74,000 battered women and their children in crisis shelters, transitional homes, and outreach centers throughout the United States.
We are pleased to have AWBW Board member Suvan Geer as our speaker to explain how providing an environment of art workshops help women and youth to develop a renewed sense of hope and possibility that profoundly impacts future decisions regarding the direction of their lives, their relationships, and how to stay safe. Art empowers survivors to transform how they view themselves, allowing them to see past the abusive messages they learned from their batterers and rebuild their self-confidence.
Through art workshops, survivors express their feelings and reclaim their sense of power and self-worth. As they draw, sculpt, paint and write they begin to make their choices visible and see their dreams take shape. One participant in the program states, “This workshop helped me to envision a future for myself and my children that is beautiful, full of possibilities and happiness.” Another participant, age 8, writes, “I was strong when I went to get help for my mom when my dad was beating her. I am even stronger now because I won’t live that way anymore.”
Lisa Pearson, an experienced AWBW art leader and dedicated volunteer, will present a simple, hands-on art workshop. This interactive art experience will give everyone attending our luncheon an inside understanding of the Windows art process as well as provide a fun, creative time-out from their daily lives. Don’t miss this informative and learning experience.
Great News – all books at our Country Store will be on sale! Don’t miss these special bargains. Plus, the Country Store will feature napkins and greeting cards for every occasion. And don’t forget the beautiful jewelry that will be on display for your shopping pleasure.
A delicious lunch will be served. Reservations may be made at the Women’s Ministries table in the Garth between worship services on Sundays, June 9 and 16 ($5 due at that time). Childcare will be provided by request. Please bring a sack lunch for your child.
(Note: If you have any new or gently used art supplies you would consider donating to this dedicated organization, please bring them to the luncheon. A ‘wish list’ will be available at the sign-up table)
CPC Annual church picnic
sunday, june 30 after 10:45am combined service
Join in the fun and fellowship as we celebrate independence day together! Great BBQ and fun activities for the kids and youth.
If you are interested in volunteering to help, please contact the church office.
For info: Betty: 714.998.6650
CPC medical emergency training (cpr/aed)
Saturday, July 13 Time: TBA
REGISTER SUNDAYS: 6/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30 & 7/7
Training Date: Saturday, July 13
St. Andrew's Hall $35 per person
Be a part of something bigger...learn how to save a life and support a community in times of tragedy.
If you are interested in learning CPR and AED, please contact Jim at 714.998.7616.
Life Streams Family (dinner/program)
Wednesdays at 6pm (Dinner) / 6:30pm (Program)
OUR REGULAR PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE IN SEPTEMBER
We welcome you to Life Streams- a family-oriented, inter-generational ministry for all ages, all walks of life, and ALL are welcome!
Join us for a super dinner shared with great people, an energized time of Family Praise and songs of worship, then a life-relevent message from teacher, Pastor Tae Shin.
For further information and downloadable material for EVERYONE, please visit www.lifestreamsonline.net or tweet to @lifestreams1.
Every Wednesday Night
7:30pm in the Sanctuary Small Chapel
Join us in a heart-felt moment of concentrated prayer for issues that are facing the world, nation and community.