LOCAL CHURCH CALENDAR
Sabbath May 19th, 2018
9:30 AM Sabbath School
10:45 AM Worship Service
Speaker: John McGhee
Message: Is God Responsible For Sin?
Offering: Local Church Ministries
After Service: Church Picnic @ Skagit River Park Playfields (see description to the right)
Sunday, May 20th, 2018
6:00 PM Church Business Meeting
Monday May 21st, 2018
11:30 AM Bible Study with Pastor John
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
7:00 AM Ladies Fellowship @ Whidbey Coffee in Burlington 1960 Marketplace Drive”, Burlington “(near Home Depot)
Wednesday May 23rd, 2018
6:00 PM SAA Music Program @ SAA Gym (see description to the right)
Thursday, May 24th, 2018
7:00 AM Band of Brothers meet @ Billy’s Cafe in Burlington, 316 E Fairhaven Ave, Burlington, WA 98233. Contact Ron Everett at 541-778-8420 For more information
May 19: John McGhee
May 26: Mark Everett
Happening This Week
The Hospitality Training set tomorrow at 8:00 am is canceled. Hospitality Training will resume the 3rd Sabbath of June (June 16, 2018, at 8:00 am).
I am happy to invite you to be aware that a new SS cell group has started.. I will be working with Mark Everett and others to coordinate this Bible study / fellowship group.
In 14 weeks we’ll cover some basic truths which bind the Seventh-day Adventist Family together. Our textbook will be the Bible supported by the classic work by Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy.
Please see me or Mark Everett with the list of topics. You can also email Shawn Latham at firstname.lastname@example.org for a digital PDF version.
If you want to review some delightful truths, or you would like to bring someone who is inquisitive about what Seventh-day Adventists believe, this may be just what you are looking for.
Everyone: After service this Sabbath we will be having our first Church Picnic of 2018 at Skagit River Park Playfields, 1100 S Skagit Street in Burlington. Bring your picnic grub and supplies and come for an afternoon of fun! Don’t forget your kite, bean toss, frisbee, or any other outdoor game/gear you wish to bring.
This Sunday May 20, Church Business Meeting. Soup will be served at 6:00 pm. Meeting will start at 6:30 pm. Bring the kids — Everyone is invited!!
“Ladies Fellowship” the Community Fellowship will now be called the Ladies Fellowship again. The Ladies will now meet at Whidbey Coffee in Burlington 1960 Marketplace Drive”, Burlington “(near Home Depot) every Tuesday at 7:00am for fellowship and discussion.
Wednesday Prayer Meetings at 6:00 pm: Please contact Mark for the location information at 360-840-7457. Come join our family for our weekly prayer time. The church that prays together, stays together!
All men are invited to meet at 7:00 AM each Thursday for Band of Brothers @ Billy’s Cafe in Burlington, 316 E Fairhaven Ave, Burlington, WA 98233.
Love & Laundry – Our Love & Laundry project continues to thrive providing laundry services almost daily at the Friendship House. If you have any questions or are able to help, please contact Kadeem, Friendship House Volunteer Coordinator, (813) 412-8127 or Arlene (360) 840-3749.
Mailboxes: Please remember to check your box every time you come to church. Each week your bulletin will be in your mail box. Please let Darci know if you need a mailbox.
Other Church Announcements
Please join us next Sunday, May 20, for the Church Business Meeting. Soup served at 6:00, with the meeting starting at 6:30. Bring the family — Everyone is invited!!
The greeter ministry schedule for May is as follows: May 12th Rita Everett and Joy Curtis, May 19th Shelia Dodd, May 26th Bob Walton and Shawn Latham, Please contact Melissa Baskett if you have any questions.
The Deacon and Deaconess ministry schedule for May is as follows: May 12th Tony Rocha and Owen Genther May 19th Shelia Dodd May 26th Bob Walton and Melissa Baskett , Please contact Melissa Baskett if you have any questions.
Please let Darci Guise
know if someone needs visitation at home or in the hospital. Also let her know if you want a mailbox at the Church to receive the weekly bulletins and other information. To contact Darci please call 360-416-0443 or email her at email@example.com
If you would like to learn more about Jesus Off the Street please contact Ann @ 425-280-7212.
May 19, Church picnic
May 23, SAA Music Program
Skagit Adventist Academy’s K-12 Music Program
Wednesday, May 23, 6 p.m., SAA Gym
Come listen to our talented students play at their fun year-end performance. It starts with a potluck supper.
You are invited to #WACampMeeting
on the campus of Auburn Adventist Academy, June 15-23, for workshops, ministry activities, and keynote presentations that will help you grow as a faithful disciple of Jesus! Visit http://bit.ly/CM2018Program
to explore the full digital guide of #WACampMeeting activities!
Out and About:
The Washington Conference has a new weekly newsletter called “Out and About” To view it or to subscribe to the newsletter please visit http://www.washingtonconference.org/
Navigating The Skagit Volunteer Center Website
The Skagit Volunteer Center Website is a great way to respond to the needs of our community. The first step is to create an account, personalize it to what interests you. This flyer will help you get started! It is fast and easy. After you set up your user account, you are free to roam the site and respond to the needs of the community.
If you have any questions contact Susan Rowe, firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 588-5731 or stop by at 2221 Riverside Dr., Mount Vernon, and we will gladly help you set up your account!
Skagit Valley Family Radio KTFJ 104.7 FM
Encourage others to listen on air or online. Keep the station in your prayers as they begin producing local programming. Listen for the Health Minute with Dr. Barry Bacon, Dinner with the Doctor, and an upcoming preparedness seminar. Remember, podcasts are always available. www.radiooflife.org
Help Seniors & Adults with Disabilities Remain in their Homes
Ongoing | Various locations in Skagit County
Community Action’s Volunteer services program recruits and coordinates community volunteers to provide direct services for elderly and disabled adults.
Among the services we provide are housekeeping, shopping, meal preparation, yard work, transportation, moving assistance, firewood stacking in the winter, minor home repair, and more as we strive to help clients remain living independently in their own homes.
Right now they have a big need for volunteers to help out with, driving seniors to appointments, housework, moving, and small home repairs.
For more information visit: www.skagitvolunteercenter.org.
Friday Night Sundown: 8:41 PM
Sabbath Evening Sundown 8:42 PM