May 21 Announcements

This Sunday

Announcements

SUMMER WORSHIP SCHEDULE… Our summer worship schedule will begin on June 11. The worship service will remain at the same time (9:45AM). Children, 6 years old and up, will worship with their parents. Nursery care and Sunday school will be available for children birth through age five. If you are able to help teach the 3-year-old through 5-year-old class, please contact Ann Strombeck (strombe28@aol.com).

FAITH CHURCH APP COMING SOON… We will begin rolling out a Faith Church App within the next few weeks which will enable us to engage more effectively. It will be available for Apple, Android and Windows phones. Here is a quick list of features available on the app:

  • Check dates and times in the calendar and weekly announcements sections
  • Stay up-to-date with our supported missionaries
  • Listen to sermons
  • Give online
  • Check-in to worship
  • View the order of worship
  • Submit a prayer request anytime, any place
  • Get answers to frequently asked questions
  • Access all contact information for the church in one place
  • Receive notifications

Once the app goes live, we will provide details on how to download it and install it. People will be available before and after the service to assist individuals who need additional help.

While online giving will be available through the app for your convenience, a check is preferred because the church is charged a small percentage of each donation as a transaction fee.

Save the Date

May 28: Msg. from Pastor Steve, Luke 24:44-49
June 4: Message from Jason Sewell, Acts 1:1-11; Communion; Benevolence Offering; Extend the Meal
June 11: Youth Sunday, Ice cream social and beginning of summer worship schedule – one service at 9:45AM. Childcare for ages birth – age 5.

Full calendar: http://faith-epc.org/calendar/

Military Avenue

Each week we collect food for Military Avenue’s Food Bank in the baskets by the front doors. Click here to see their current stock levels/needs. You can help by donating any of the items on the chart, but their most immediate needs are those with less than 30%.

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