Announcements, May 13, 2016
Some dreams do come true. And as we’ll see in Daniel 4 this Sunday, unfortunately that was the case for King Nebuchadnezzar. In this remarkable scene, we see God humbling a proud man and bringing him to his knees. There’s much for us to glean from this chapter which includes one of the clearest proclamations of God’s power in the Bible–and from a pagan king!
Take some time read it before Sunday. Looking forward to seeing you and worshiping the Lord together!
Starting Pointe Membership Class (May 14–15) || Whether you’re interested in joining or just want to know more about CrossPointe, please attend this two-session class (Sat., 9 a.m.–noon; Sun., 5–7 p.m.). Childcare is provided. Contact Robert Ward to sign up!
Baby Bottle Boomerang (May 8–June 19) || Every year, Sound Choices pregnancy clinic raises money by distributing baby bottles to be filled with loose change (or cash/checks). If you’d like to donate, grab a bottle from the foyer, fill it up, and return it to the church by Father’s Day.
Young Adults: Kickball + Other Stuff (May 22, 1–4 p.m.) || Meet at Lakebottom Park for some fun outdoor recreation! Lunch will be provided. Contact Will Hawk to sign up.
Ladies’ Lunch (May 24, noon) || Every other month, the women of CrossPointe gather at the church for teaching and fellowship over lunch ($5, Chicken Salad Chick). Childcare starts at 10 a.m. Contact Nicole Carey to RSVP!
Dinner with Gareth Franks (May 25, 6 p.m.) || Come hear about what God is doing in India through Nashik Baptist Church! Dinner is free, and there will be childcare. Contact Nicole Carey to sign up!
Children’s Ministry “Move-up” Sunday (May 29) || If you are moving up to K–5th Grade this fall, get a head-start in CrossPointe’s Children’s Ministry this summer! This will affect just three rooms: Room 10 (5 years–K), Room 11 (1st Grade), and Kids’ Church (2nd–5th Grades). All other rooms advance by age.
Vacation Bible School (July 11–15, 9 a.m.–noon) || Mark your calendar for VBS! It will be open to rising K–5th graders for a cost of $20, the proceeds of which will support Clement Arts. To register your child(ren) or volunteer to serve, click here.
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