Weekly Update: December 5, 2017
Pastor Mark gave the message this past Sunday. Here is a summary:
Faith will always lead you to grace. Mark 5 shares the lives of three people who stood in faith and got to the feet of Jesus, where grace and
transformation took place.
For more on “Faith Meeting Grace” check out Pastor Mark’s sermon from last Sunday on the website: http://www.praisecc.org/sermons/
Christmas Caroling Party
Come join in caroling as we spread the good news of Jesus, God With Us, on December 17, 2017. We will meet at the Praise Cafe at 1:00 pm to organize for transport. Our first stop is the I.O.O.F. home, then over to sing at the community room at Three Links Apartments (next to the I.O.O.F.) before heading back uptown to the Good Shepherd Memory Care Unit (at about 2 pm). When finished, we’ll enjoy cookies, cocoa and coffee at the Praise Cafe.
Christmas Eve is on Sunday this Year
9:00 am Morning Service
(No 10:45 service and No Praise Cafe)
5:00 pm Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Pastor Jeff will begin a new sermon series this Sunday! Hope to see you then!
Our mission focus for the month of December is On Common Ground Ministries.
You can learn more about Ken & Deb Quintus and their ministry by following this link where there is a short video and other info:
On Common Ground, a ministry of InFaith (Infaith.org), ministers in surrounding county areas by coming along those seeking support for positive change in their lives. Along with weekly county jail visits, this ministry serves through weekly small group Bible study support groups, one-on-one mentoring and Phase 1 and Phase 2 mens residential ministry. On Common Ground Ministries has been in effect for 16 years and continues to grow as it seeks God to help meet the challenges of the day.
If you are interested in making a cash donation to this ministry, please make your check out to PCC and on the memo line write: On Common Ground Ministries. At the end of the month we will write one check for the total amount. We will be celebrating the donations on the Christmas tree in the hallway.