Dear Faith Community Church Family,
It’s so exciting to see our Called to Flourish Vision Campaign starting to bear fruit! At this point, we have raised $188,632 in pledges, allowing us to move forward with significant building renovations and improvements. You have probably noticed the new flooring in several of our classrooms. Additionally, work has begun to prepare the Mission Center for painting and installing a new floor.
Join me in thanking the Lord for the pledges received from many in our congregation and for your sacrificial investment in the long-term fruitfulness of Faith Community Church. As the leadership has shared, we aim to have 100% of our church community participate in some way in the campaign. If you haven’t yet had the chance to join in this exciting project, we encourage you this Sunday to submit a pledge before our worship service. You’re welcome to drop your pledge form in the offering plate (available in the narthex) or to fill out your pledge form online.
Our sermon passage for this Sunday in our series The Glory of Christ is Hebrews 13:1-19.
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Vision Campaign: Mission Center Renovations
As mentioned above, a significant project associated with our Vision Campaign is the renovation of our Mission Center. The Mission Center will be closed for painting (schedule TBD) and flooring installation (Monday, November 27 through Wednesday, December 6).
This Saturday: Embracing Hope Gathering
Ladies, please join us as we gather this Saturday, November 11 to share in friendship and light refreshments, and to hear a story of God’s hope and faithfulness. We’ll meet at the home of Jackie Huggins from 9:30am to 11:00am. Bring a friend. RSVP to Jenny Johnson.
Blanket Ministry: Last Meeting of the Year, November 13
The Blanket Ministry will have their last meeting of the year on Monday, November 13 at 10:30am in room 7. They will resume on Monday, January 8.
Karla & Gary Van Der Molen: Continue to pray for encouragement for Karla as she and Gary navigate her ALS.
Bendele Family: Paul Bendele, the father-in-law of Jake Muzzy (Katie Wetherington’s brother), recently went to be with the Lord. Please pray for comfort for the Bendele family.
Grace and Peace,