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May 4, 2014

posted May 4, 2014, 7:22 AM by David Bridges


Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, and to present you faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy.  To God our Savior who alone is wise, be glory and majesty, dominion and power both now and forever.  Amen.  Jude 24-25


“Suffering That Others May Be Saved”


2 Timothy 1


6:00 PM at Morton Avenue

Join us for our study in the book of Habakkuk.


Calvary Chapel Women’s Conference: Ladies, registration has begun for our one-day conference, Seeing Beyond, with speaker Gail McWilliams and worship with Gia Lucid at Calvary Chapel Bangor.  Come for this wonderful day of inspiration and fellowship on Saturday, May 10 from 9:00 to 4:00. The cost is just $25 and includes lunch. You can register online at ccbangor.org.  If you have questions, call the office at 991-9555.

Attention Moms:  Do you worry about your children?  Come experience God’s peace and hope when you pray alongside other moms.  Moms in Prayer International gathers moms together to pray for God to transform our children and schools.  Won’t you join with us in prayer for this next generation?  Please contact Michelle Homchuck if you are interested in joining or starting an MIP group.  We will be meeting every Tuesday evening at 6:00 with prayer starting promptly at 6:15 PM (until 7:15).  MIP meetings will normally be at the home of BettyAnn Homchuck. www.MomsInPrayer.org

Ladies’ Ephesians Study:  We will be meeting the second and fourth Tuesdays each month from noon to 1:00 PM.  

Sunday Children’s Ministry:  We now offer two Sunday School classes for children ages 4 to 7 and ages 8 to 12.  Don’t forget to sign your child(ren) in before church.  The sign-in form is located on the resource table.  Both groups will be dismissed to their classes after worship.  Nursery is available for infants through age 3 during the entire service.  Please pick up your children from Sunday School/Nursery as soon as possible after the service so teachers can begin cleaning up their classrooms.

Hospital Chaplaincy Service: The Hospital Chaplaincy is in desperate need of all the comfort items they provide to over 15,000 residents in assisted living, long-term care, rehabilitation and boarding facilities of Maine.  If you are able to make any of these hand sewn, knitted or crochet items, you can see Hallie Downing for a list and patterns.  These simple gifts make a huge difference in the lives of the residents.  Thank you!


Minimizing Distractions: To the extent possible, please stay seated once the teaching begins; and please turn off or silence all communication devices.

Free Will Offerings:  We do not pass an offering plate during our services, but encourage all who attend regularly “whose hearts are stirred and everyone whose spirit is willing” to place your offerings in the walnut box on the back table. (Exodus 35:21; Malachi 3:10)