Newsletter, 11/26/22

11/27/22 Sunday’s Sermon By Nick Perez

The Lord’s Prayer

John 17:10, ESV – All mine are yours, and yours are mine, and I am glorified in them.

Bible Study, Worship & Praise

Bible Study, Worship & Praise

  • Cradle Roll – Room 4
  • 2 yrs through 1st Grade – Room 9
  • 2nd through 5th Grade – Room 7
  • Middle School & High School – Conference Room
  • Adults – Auditorium

Sunday Mornings – 10:45 am Worship

  • Children’s Bible Hour for 1st-5th Grades – Room 2
  • Online: Livestream begins at 10:30 am

Wednesday Mornings – Women’s Bible Class – 9:30 am

Wednesday Evenings – 7:00 pm Bible Study

Opportunity to Make a Difference

Alexandria’s Toy Drive

We are gearing up, once again, for Alexandria’s Toy Drive, and there are many ways that you can serve in this ministry.

First of all, the Ladies Committee will be assembling food boxes and they need your help in gathering the food. Items
needed are listed below.

Secondly, you can plan to be here December 12-16 to visit with those families that come to receive food and toys. Some
families also appreciate help wrapping their gifts before taking them home. Wrapping stations will be available. Donations of wrapping paper, tape, and gift tags are appreciated as well.

Food, toys, and gift wrap for this ministry can be put in the red
cans in the foyer.

  • Cream of Mushroom Soup (14 oz.)
  • Canned Corn
  • Canned Sweet Potatoes or Yams (16 oz.)
  • Canned Cranberry Sauce
  • Canned Fruit
  • Gravy (Packets or Cans)

Contact Info for our Shut-Ins

Nadine Greff, c/o Bethany Home, 930 West Main, Ripon, CA 95366
Gertrue Smith, Casa de Modesto, 1745 Eldena Way, Rm 4, Modesto, CA 95350  office.

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

Volunteer and/or Donate Now

Donations needed:

          • Men’s t-shirts (all sizes)
          • Women’s Pants & Shirts (size 6 & under)
          • Men’s Jeans (28-42)

(Inexpensive jeans & t-shirts can be found at Thrift Stores)
We give away 20-30 sets of clothes EVERY Thursday.
Monetary donations are also accepted
Volunteer to help cook & serve a meal

Current Pantry Needs

Peanut butter (16 ounces)
Dollar Store Jelly
Dollar Store Syrup (24 ounces)
Cereal (11-12 ounces)
Individual packages of oatmeal
Chili (15 ounces)
Rice (1 lb bag)
Canned Fruit
Dessert Mixes (cake, brownies, etc)

pushpayAttendance Last Sunday

Bible Class: NA
Worship: 111

Offering Last Week:

Last Week: $6,964
YTD: $375,883
YTD, actual vs goal: +$4,081

Prayer Requests

Mourning the loss of loved ones

Magana Family – Uncle Joe
Kaler Family – (Melissa Shook’s friend) – 23-year-old son


Al Suelzle
John Russell
Charlie Miller

Recovering from Surgery

Daniel – (Breeyana Weaver’s brother)
Linda Teixeira
Neil Carlson
Brenda Smith – also thyroid issues

Battling Cancer

Stan Gustafson – Elder at Turlock CoC
Bob Hinton – awaiting test results
Lyn Brocco – tests at UCSF
Darrell Christiansen – (Melissa Shook’s sister-in-law’s father) – prostate cancer
Dan Poulter – stage 4 cancer
Ashley Hatter’s co-worker
Greg Hall – stage 4 prostate cancer has spread to his bones
Bill Mara – (Jack & Carolyn Hairston’s son-in-law)
Ron Tredway – (Melissa Shook’s friend’s husband) – Melanoma
Dwight McBride – (Colleen McBride’s brother) – Stage 4 prostate cancer, stage 1 lung cancer
Chrisey Hogan – (Paula Meler’s friend) – early-stage breast cancer
Joyce – (Ramona Ruskamp’s friend) – tumors have shrunk by 50%
Bruce – (Mike Ruskamp’s friend)
Danny Adams – (Algerita Windus’s son) – thyroid cancer
Taryn – (Cyndi Lindsey’s cousin) – Lymphoma
Julia Galloway
Billy Hunt – (Vickie Laguna’s friend) – stage 4 melanoma throughout his body
Renee – (Alegria Rice’s friend) – breast cancer
Mason – (teenager in Ripon)

Other Requests

Lew Wade – pain
Ashlyn – (Bob & Helen Hinton’s granddaughter) – lesion on the thymus
Scott Colver – needs work
Linda Johnson – (Paula Meler’s friend) – nerve damage in hand following an accident
Jovina Rodriguez – (Paula Meler’s friend) – making bad choices
Lee Boydstun – recovering from a fall
Vanessa Foxford – living situation
Brian Smith – safety as he travels to the mountains
Mike Hampton – housing situation

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