In This Week's E-Pistle, You Will Find:
This Sunday's Service: "I AM: The Bread of Life"
In Sunday's gospel reading, Jesus says, "I am the bread of life." Jesus wasn't taking about his physical self, but about the "I AM" spiritual Self, which dwells in each one of us. Are you nourishing yourself with this "daily bread," or are you finding yourself spiritually malnourished?
Join us this Sunday at 10 AM and learn some practical ways to feed your spirit, enrich your soul, and partake daily of this life-giving bread. Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black and Jeff Spangler.
The Sunday morning service will be recorded and posted later in the day to our church's website and YouTube channel.
Last Week's Service
In last Sunday's Gospel message, Jesus multiplies the loaves and the fish, symbolizing for us the "Spiritual Law of Abundance." Jesus said, "I have come so that you may have an abundant life." So, are you living an abundant life, or are you living in "Scare City" (scarcity)? Please enjoy last Sunday's service, when we explored the "Spiritual Law of Abundance" and how to put it to work in our lives. Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black and Nancy Plantinga.
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New CDC Guidelines
CDC Updates as of July 27, 2021
Members Needed for Live Broadcast Team
We are looking for volunteers to operate the video camera during Sunday services. If you want to help please email Chris Clark - firstname.lastname@example.org. We can train you if you have not done this before.
Village Square Art Show, July 31, 10am to 5pm
The Saugatuck-Douglas Art Club invites you to enjoy the artwork of Max Brown and other church members at the Village Square Art Show athis Saturday from 10am to 5pm at the Village Square in Saugatuck. Sponsored by the Saugatuck-Douglas Art Club in support of scholarships for high school seniors going on in their art education.
Celebracion de las Artes, July 31, Fennville
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