Bulletin

COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CENTER

Bill Williamson – Pastor; Office 419-294-5151

Upcoming Events for the week of

May 15, 2022

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Greetings Church Family and Online Guests. We welcome you to the fellowship of Community Christian Center. We’re a family that’s committed to the greatest commandment, seeking to fulfill the great commission. We are glad for everyone who participates as a visitor or a regular in the life of this local church body. Our in person services are approximately an hour and a half in length. We worship the Lord in song for the first half hour and our children are in Sunday school for the last 45 minutes or so, while the Pastor is sharing his message in the sanctuary. For those who can’t be with us, those messages can be heard on our website at  NEW SERMONS or ARCHIVE SERMONS page.

Upcoming Events for the week

SUN:   May 15th

9:30am:  MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE; Sanctuary; Mark Holzwart “To God Be the Glory”, Luke 4:18 & 19

1 - 3pm:  MICAH’S GRADUATION PARTY in Fellowship Hall; Micah Karcher will be graduating from Wynford H.S. on Saturday, May 21st and we’ve all been invited to his party.

6:00pm:  YOUNG ADULT PARENT’S MEETING; Rm. #21; They’ll be discussing Chapter 4 in Bob Sorge’s book entitled, “In His Face”.

7:00pm:  INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP Sanctuary

WED:  May 18th

2:00pm:  WORSHIP TEAM MEETING

5:00pm:  C.C.C. ELDER’S MEETING Rm.#21

SAT:  21st

11AM-2PM WYANDOTCARES CELEBRATION @Trinity Evangelical; See right side for details.

SUN:  22nd

9:30 AM MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE Sanctuary

7:00 PM INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP Sanctuary

THE WORD FOR TODAY:  (Isaiah 61:1); “The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners,”

YOUNG ADULT PARENTS:  A new fellowship/study group has been formed here at C.C.C. for young adult parents with children still living at home. They are meeting in room 21 on the first and third Sunday nights of each month from 6 to 7:30p.m. This new group is using a book by Bob Sorge entitled, “In His Face” and they’ll be discussing chapter 3 next Sunday night. Adult supervision is being provided in the fellowship hall for children 2 years of age and up, and nursery care is available as needed. Pastor Bill still has books for others who would like to join them.  Dan Barth will be leading in Pastor Bill’s absence.

GRADUATION SUNDAY:  Sunday, May 22nd will be “Graduation Sunday” here at C.C.C.  and we’re asking our graduating high school seniors to sit in the first row of the center section that day. We are also asking them and/or their parents to provide us with a list of their involvements, accomplishments, awards and future plans. Please give that information to Mindy Boes, Susan Holzwart or Pastor Bill as soon as you possibly can.

END OF SCHOOL YEAR CELEBRATION:  WyandotCares will be holding an end of School Year Celebration at Trinity Evangelical Church (108 Malabar Drive in Upper Sandusky) on Saturday, May 21st from 11am till 2pm. There will be games, fun, food and much more, and they will be honoring Marilyn Lee for decades of teaching weekday religious education in Upper Sandusky. For more information visit wyandotcares.org.

BABY BOTTLE BOOMERANG:  Bethel Pro-Life Ministries has provided us with a quantity of baby bottles for their Annual Baby Bottle Boomerang. They are asking us to take them home and fill them up with coins, checks or currency for their vital ministry, and return them to the church by Father’s Day. You can get your bottle from the boxes on the center foyer table, and that’s where they will be going when returned.

VOICE OF HOPE:  Voice of Hope raised over $22,000 through their Virtual Walk for Life last year and they’ll be doing it again this year, throughout the month of June. To participate, you just need to register to walk at www.betheldonors.org, recruit as many sponsors as you can and choose a place to walk on their behalf. The top recruiter will receive $100 cash prize for their efforts. If you have questions or need assistance registering, call Barbara at 740-223-0419. Reservations need to be made by June 1st and donations will be due by June 30th. More information has been posted.

NOTES & REMINDERS:

1. Copies of Our Daily Bread for June thru August are now available on the center foyer table and they’re free.

 

2. Our 2nd Quarter Business Meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall on Tuesday, May 31st at 7p.m. Everyone is welcome and members have voting rights.

 

3. Offerings still aren’t being collected by our ushers, but we appreciate your faithfulness in giving. Wall-mounted offering containers are available by the sound and video booth doors at the back, and you can give online through our website at uppersanduskyccc.org.

MAY Birthdays2nd Sandy Kin / 8th Taylor Gilliland / 15th Robert & Tammy Surgener / 24th Amelia Karcher / 25th Lilyanna Passet / 29th Dawn Karcher / 31st Emma Morrison, Bill Ramsey