Newsletter, 7/10/20

7/12/2020 Sunday’s Sermon by Nick Perez

Welcome Home ~ Pursuing Peace

Romans 14:19-23; So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual outbuilding. Do not, for the sake of food, destroy the work of God. Everything is indeed clean, but it is wrong for anyone to make another stumble by what he eats. It is good not to eat meat or drink wine or do anything that causes your brother to stumble. The faith that you have, keep between yourself and God. Blessed is the one who has no reason to pass judgment on himself for what he approves. But whoever has doubts is condemned if he eats, because the eating is not from faith. For whatever does not proceed from faith is sin.

Sermon Guide

Praise & Worship ~ Sunday Mornings – 10:45 am

• We are complying with state and county guidelines
• Sunday morning worship is now open, and still online
• Sunday Bible classes canceled until further notice
• Junior Worship canceled until further notice
• Wednesday Bible classes canceled until further notice
• Potlucks canceled until further notice
• Food Pantry by appointment only
• Travelers Motel – food service only
• Showers now open on Thursdays
• Recommendations –
Those who are over 60 or have underlying health conditions are encouraged to stay home.
• Guidelines –
If you are sick, stay home. Wash your hands. Cough and sneeze into a tissue or your elbow.

Notes & Reminders

Dear Davis Park family,
There have been so many changes in our life recently. Life here is always filled with changes, some expected and some not. We wanted to let everyone know that we have sold our home in preparation for retirement back south and have moved to be closer to Steve’s job. We have appreciated the memories shared with all of you. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers!

We love and will miss you and may God watch over all of His children as we navigate through this earthly life.

In Christ, Steve and Sue Ulrich

To the Elders, leadership, and congregation at Davis Park Church of Christ

My wife and I are informing you that we sold our home in Turlock, and will be moving to Idaho. Although we will be moving, we will still be worshipping with you online. We look forward to being close to our daughter, her husband, and grandchildren. We hope to have a positive effect in their lives.
Some may already be aware of this transition in our lives, but we wanted to make it official.
We love each and every one of you, and will miss you, but are excited with this new phase of our lives.

John and Patty Ford

NOTE: Those who are still worshiping at home can find our live stream broadcasts on our Facebook page or our YouTube channel. Just search for Davis Park Church of Christ.

Contact Info for our Shut-Ins

  • Jewel Cherry, 2117 Bridgewood Way, Modesto, CA 95355
  • Nadine Greff, Vintage Faire, 3620 Dale Rd, Rm. 25, Modesto, CA 95356
  • Mary Ellen Heinrich, Casa de Modesto, 1745 Eldena Way, Room 906, Modesto, 95350
  • Betty McGoldrick, 13754 Jasper St., Lathrop, CA 95330
  • Russ Ortloff, 511 East D Street, Oakdale, CA 95361
  • Evelyn Wood, Bethel Assisted Living, 2345 Scenic Ave., Apt. 323, Modesto 95355

***Please submit additions, corrections & updates to the office.

NOTE: Our Shut-ins are not allowed visitors at this time. Please take the time to send them a card or note of encouragement if you can.

Recent Requests

  • Sharon Corley – sister-in-law Jan will begin chemo for B cell lymphoma
  • Michael Brown – coworker Ethan awaiting biopsy results
  • Paula Meler – mom, Lee Boydstun, having heart issues
  • Linda Shadden – 18-month-old grandson, Perry, recovering from emergency lower intestinal
  • surgery
  • Jack Hairston – recovering from cataract surgery
  • Carey Higginbotham – brother-in-law Jeremy recovering from spinal surgery, has cancer throughout his body, given 7-12 months to live
  • Glenn Graham – having TIAs
  • Shirley Poulter – mourning the loss of nephew Charlie Bateman
  • Diaz Family – mourning the loss of Gabe’s father
  • Terry McEnery – strength, courage & direction from God; daughter Katie Lynn has relapsed in her addiction & is in rehab
  • Vickie Laguna – mom, Georgia Springer’s dementia is progressing
  • Carole Long – has been placed on a BiPAP machine
  • Joan Ortloff – daughter, Claudette, hospitalized with UTI
  • Gary Laguna – brother, Randy, diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Melissa Shook – Kenny Knox undergoing cancer treatment; nephew Dustin mourning loss of friend Leonard
  • Modesto Gospel Mission – 22 cases of COVID-19
  • Jean Wallers – hospitalized with COVID-19
  • Caleb Collins – at Doctors Hospital, out of ICU, continuing to improve
  • Rose Kelley – mother, Victoria Munoz, recovering from a fall
  • Joan Lankford – son Scott recovering from hip replacement surgery
  • Alicia Root – Brenna is considering baptism
  • Kari Laguna – recovering from surgery for a broken leg
  • Buddy Gray – friends Bob & Patty McCoy in TN have COVID-19; friend, Dee Rambo, recovering from surgery
  • Ramona Ruskamp – former members Robin & Joshua Jett have recovered from COVID-19
  • Leadership / Civil Unrest / Essential Workers / Unemployed

Health Care Workers

  • Tonya Barnard, RT
  • Debbie Cree, RN
  • Krista Gray, RN
  • Rick Kelley, PA
  • Rose Kelley, PA
  • Ellen Tostado, Medical Lab Technician
  • Tamara Wallers, RN
  • Betty Weldon, RN
  • Joan Wohnhas, surgical sterilization
  • Dawn Young, RN (Shower Shuttle Volunteer)
  • Christie, RN (daughter of John & Patty Ford

Continue to Pray for Improved Health & Strength:

  • Danny Allsup
  • Tonya Barnard
  • Mary Benitez
  • Chris Brocco
  • Jim Calibro
  • Charlie Cook
  • Sherry Day
  • Darlene Evans
  • Mary Ellen Heinrich
  • Vickie Laguna
  • Carole Long
  • Russ Ortloff
  • Lee Walls’ sister Doris
  • Sheila Walls’ sister Margo
  • Darlene Wengel

Loved Ones with Cancer

  • Tonya Barnard’s grandma
  • Deb Barnes
  • Marianne Durso
  • Josh Leslie’s grandmother
  • Gabriel Hall’s father
  • Terry McEnery’s uncle Ed
  • Elene Patton’s father
  • Clementina Robles
  • Clementina Robles’ brother Joe
  • Jody Thompson’s son-in-law
  • Sheila Walls
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