SABBATH SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 AM Sabbath School Class Locations
Ages 0–12: Classrooms in South Hall
Earliteen: Left Upper Room
Youth (ages 16+): Right Upper Room
Adult Quarterly: Sanctuary—Nadine Oldenburg, Darl Bidleman & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: North Classroom—Sherle Skeels & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: South Classroom—Earl Wilson
Gems of Revelation: Fellowship Hall—Chris Calvin
New Believer's Class: Fellowship Hall-Pastor Korter
THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP
Church Service 10:40 AM
SONG SERVICE Nadine Oldenburg
#251 "He Lives"
#99 "God Will Take Care of You" Welcome/Announcements Rhett Morgan
Invocation* Rhett Morgan
Hymn of Praise* #317 "Lead Me to Calvary"
Tithes & Offerings Nathan Morgan "Local Church Budget"
Prayer^ Rhett Morgan
Scripture Seth Morgan "John 15:1-5"
Special Music Kwon's
Sermon Pastor Korter
"Growing in Jesus"
"Presentation of Baptismal Certificate"
Closing Song* #312
"Near the Cross"
CLOSING PRAYER Pastor Korter
Piano: Janetta Meharry
*Congregation Stand ^Congregation Kneel
Welcome visitors. We are so glad you could worship our Creator with us today!
Come join Pastor Korter's New Believers Sabbath School Class. 9:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Please feel free to invite your friends, neighbors, co-workers and family. We will be growing together in our walk with the Lord and the knowledge of God's Word!
Baptism. Please welcome Gabriel Patchen to our congregation.
CCA Frozen Fruit Fundraieser. See flyer inside bulletin.
CPR. Join us for our new Wednesday night meeting in the South Classroom at 6:30 PM.
Bridal Shower. April 28, 2019 at 2:00 PM for Kenneth Pearsall(Leslie & Phil’s son) and Nicole Watson in our Fellowship Hall. They are registered at Bed, Bath & Beyond and Amazon. Please bring a 3x5 card with your favorite recipe.
Town Hall Meeting. May 1, 2019 at the Wenatchee SDA Church at 7:00 PM.
Baby Shower. May 5, 2019 at Noon for Sheila Burkhardt(baby girl) in our Fellowship Hall. This will be a brunch, potluck event.
Annual Softball Game. May 19, 2019 at the CCA Ballfield at 10:00 AM. Haystack meal and supervised playground activities for the children will be provided. RSVP Jenny @ 509-741-0329.
Church Campout. June 28-29, 2019 at Squilchuck. Donations requested but not required to pay for campsite.
Interested in creating a will, as well as power of attorney and other estate planning documents? Free estate plan creation is offered as a service of the Upper Columbia Conference Trust Dept. for UCC members, and a representative will be in the area Friday, April 19 to Sunday, April 20, and can fit in several appointments. For more information, or to schedule an appointment for another date, call Wayne Searson at 509-979-2248or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Our Church janitor position is being posted for church members to apply. This position has helped families over the years with CCA tuition. Church families who currently have children attending CCA are encouraged to apply. A revised job description of the duties and responsibilities is being drafted and will be available soon. Application forms are on the table in the back office hallway."Please return applications to the Church Secretaries Office.
CCA Childcare Director. Seeking applications for the director position. Please pray over this very important job opening. We welcome you to share this job posting with your family and friends. We can’t wait to see who God brings our direction! For more information please text/call Jackie Stonas at 509-293-1800.
CCA is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Facilities Manager, responsible to maintain the buildings, grounds, and vehicles in order to present a neat, attractive appearance, with all systems kept operating in sound, working order. Interested applicants are invited to visit CCA to obtain a detailed job description and application packet. Contact Warren Davis (509-670-4004) or Tracy Ringering (509-679-3074) if you have questions. Resumes and applications are due by April 24.
Wildwood Lifestyle Center. For over 75 years, we have helped people not only stop disease progression, but also naturally reverse it. The 11-day and 25-day programs provide patients with the life they were always meant to live, both physically, mentally and spiritually. Call us for your healing not only for your illnesses, but also for your soul 1-800-634-9355 or visit our website at wildwoodhealth.com. God bless, Jerry Verstraten.
Farm Fresh Eggs Available. In the refrigerator in the kitchen. $2.50 a dozen. Mark tithe envelope “Worthy Student Fund."
Today: Dinner Hosts: Stevens/Keiths/Lopez
7:58 PM Sunset Sunday:
Tuesday: 10:30 AM Sail Class
Wednesday: 6:00 PM Pathfinders
6:30 PM CPR - Church, Prayer, and Reading Thursday: 10:30 AM Sail Class
Friday: 8:06 PM Sunset Sabbath: Speaker: Don Ingersoll Elder: Roland Bais Dinner Hosts: Larsen/Pearsall 8:08 PM Sunset
One Day Women's Retreat May 4, 2019
Pacific Union Conference VP Bill McClendon May 4, 2019 11:00 AM Service
June 2, 2019
God's Closet 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
June 28-29, 2019
Church Campout at Squilchuck
Healing for Don Cage(Bear), Nancy Webber, Issy Bidleman, Corey Wilson's Family, Donna Brunz(Ladonna Frank's mother), Joyce Day, Clyde Skeels, Eskild Larsen, Bonnie McSherry, Alexis Dawson, Patty Ingersoll, Genelle Pepple, Dave Wilson, Tamara Smith, Quentin Minard
Teachers, Staff, and Students
Conference and Local Church Leadership
Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
Life is full of changes. Things change all the time. The only thing that does not change is the reality of change itself. Change, in fact, is a part of our very existence. Even the laws of physics seem to teach that change exists in the most basic fabric of reality. Often, changes come unexpectedly. We are going along in a routine when, suddenly, instantly, everything changes, and we are caught completely off guard.
On the other hand, sometimes we can see changes coming. We are given forewarning, signs, indicators that let us know things are going to be different. When this happens, it’s wise to start preparing, to whatever degree possible, for what we can see coming. Many of these changes are big: marriage, children, old age, even death.
And yes, we do not live in isolation. Which means, then, that the changes that come to us can impact our families, and in big ways, as well. At the same time, changes in our families can also impact each family member, too.