June Newsletter 2019

 
 
Check out our Eleventh Street Church of God June Newsletter 2019 !
 
Father’s Day Project 2019
 
Dear Men of the Eleventh Street Church of God,
Our Father’s Day project for 2019 is the SAM Center (Serving Area Military) located in Massillon Ohio.
 
This much needed organization serves military veterans in our community with housing, groceries, cleaning supplies, new clothing, toys at Christmas and in various other helpful and needed ways. Last year approximately 4,000 toys for children of veterans were provided at Christmas.
 
Food items requested are: peanut butter, jelly, coffee, pasta sauce, soups, canned chicken and tuna, side dishes in pouches, condiments, stews, seasonings. If you prefer, use the envelope on the welcome table for a monetary donation.
 
The Worship/ Events committee is thankful for your generous support of the projects we present each year. As Pastor Randy reminds us “It’s Not About Us”.
 
Thank you on behalf of veterans served by SAM Center. Check out their website : http://www.servingareamilitary.com  
 
 
 
We believe that no veteran or active service member should be in need. Our military has volunteered to protect our nation and our way of life even at the risk of their own life and asks little to nothing in return. It is our responsibility as a thankful nation to make sure we assist these Heroes in any way we can.
 
 
“A nation that does not honor its heroes will not long endure.”
~ Abraham Lincoln
 
 

Check out some of our events and activities in the month of June!

For more look at our events page. *

Cookbooks are here!

We have cookbooks in the office! You can purchase them during the church office hours Monday-Friday 8am – noon. you can also contact Laura Osborne or purchase yours Sunday morning before or after the service. Money from the cookbooks will go towards our children and youth program at the church.

 


May Monthly Newsletter

 
Our special guest for our Faith Promise Weekend is
Dr. Don Bartow, founding Pastor and Director of the
Total Living Center. The ministry of the Total Living
Center is Serving and Healing in Jesus’ Name. Jesus is
concerned about the total person, both now and for
eternity. And the TLC is too that’s the heart of the Total
Living Center. Whether it’s providing a bag of free groceries,
praying with a sick person, or providing another service the
Total Living Center is here to show the love of Jesus in
tangible and meaningful ways to our neighbors in the
greater Canton area.

Our Annual Faith Promise Mission’s Weekend
May 4 & 5, 2019
Saturday:
5:00 P.M. Carry-in Dinner in the Church Fellowship Hall.
• Each family is asked to bring table service, one main dish, and
 a side dish or dessert to share.
• Dr. Bartow will share about Total Living Center, ministry to the
 Underprivileged community.
Sunday:
9:00 A.M. Continental Breakfast
9:30 A.M. Combined Adult and Youth Sunday School
10:30 A.M. Morning Worship
• Dr. Don Bartow will be sharing
• Receiving of Faith Promise commitments

You will be receiving in the mail a letter with a Faith Promise Commitment Card.
Faith Promise Commitment cards will also be available on the welcome table.
 
 
 
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April Monthly Newsletter 2019

Checkout our April Newsletter 2019 & Faith Promise April Newsletter Insert

The Hope of Resurrection by Billy Graham

He which raised up the Lord Jesus shall raise up us also by Jesus . . .
—2 Corinthians 4:14
 
The resurrection of Christ brings hope. The late Emil Brunner once said,
“What oxygen is for the lungs, such is hope for the meaning of human life.”
As the human organism is dependent on a supply of oxygen, so humanity is
dependent on its supply of hope. Yet today hopelessness and despair are
everywhere. Peter, who himself was given to despair during the episode of
Calvary, writes in a triumphant note, “Blessed be the God and Father of our
Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His abundant mercy hath begotten us
again into a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.”

There is hope that mistakes and sins can be forgiven. There is hope that we can have joy, peace,
assurance, and security in the midst of the despair of this age. There is hope that Christ is coming
soon—this is what is called in Scripture “the blessed hope.” There is hope that there will come some
day a new heaven and a new earth, and that the Kingdom of God will reign and triumph. Our hope is
not in our own ability, or in our goodness, or in our physical strength. Our hope is instilled in us by
the resurrection of Christ.
 
Prayer: My hope is in You, my resurrected Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! May I never despair,
as I remember Your triumph and love. Amen.
 

Join us for Easter Sunday at the Eleventh Street Church of God!

 
 
Building for Future Generations
Through vision, and sacrifice for that vision, prior generations have provided this
congregation with our current building. We benefit from the sacrifice of past generations.
The Eleventh Street Church of God has been given a new vision and has been blessed
with our beautiful Faircrest Property. This is a gift that we can give to future generations.
 
Campaign Purpose
“The Funds will be used to build our new church at Faircrest”
 
Realizing the Possibilities Campaign Dates
December 2018 – November 2021
 

Campaign Total Giving to Date……………$42,231.50

Campaign Goal……………………………….$225,000.00
 

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