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The 40 days from Valentines Day to Easter, Feb. 14-Apr. 1, are designed to be a time of united, world-changing prayer for City View Church. It is our desire that we will grow in influence wherever the Lord has placed us in 2018. On Sunday of each week there will be a new list of prayer focuses for us to pray, one target for each day. To see the current prayer list, click here.
The I Belong dialogue is the perfect place to explore what God is doing at City View Church. Led by Pastor Troy Singleterry, the sessions are at 6:30 pm on two Wednesdays, February 21 and March 7. (Note: To qualify for membership, please attend both sessions.) Meet in the Family Life Center, room FLC 102. To register, please contact the church office. (More below.)
Jesus' beatitudes are about a new way of doing life. They are the standard by which we are to live as followers of Christ. What is strange is that they completely contradict what the world says is the way to experience happiness. Pastor Troy explores Jesus' 8 counter-intuitive life principles Sundays at 10:30 am in the Worship Center.
Have you been baptized?
If you want to be baptized, there’s a class coming up for you! A brief orientation will help you understand why water baptism has always been of such a high importance in the church. There are 2 classes, meeting at noon, Sun., Feb. 18 (Family Life Center, 206), and 6:30 pm, Wed., Feb. 21 (Main Office). Children and youth – if you’d like to be baptized, be sure to contact Pastor Georgia or Pastor Stevie. Candidates will be baptized Sunday, February 25, at the 10:30 service.
Petition takes aim at sex ed in San Diego public schools
San Diego Unified School District is seeking to introduce a new sex education curriculum that includes such things as promoting age-level inappropriate content, bypassing parental input, normalizing pornography, and downplaying abstinence. Get involved! Here's how:
- Catch up. View an informative video by the initiative's originator, attorney Dean Broyles, director of National Center for Law and Policy. Click here.
- Show up. Attend the rally at the SDUSD headquarters at 4 pm on Tuesday, February 27. You can also attend the Board Meeting that follows at 5 pm. Meet at Eugene Brucker Auditorium, 4100 Normal Street, San Diego 92103.
- Speak up. Sign the petition. Go to change.org and enter SDUSD.
Parents’ Night Out, Feb. 24
Parents are invited to drop off the kids at City View Kids building, upstairs (The Wave), from 5-8 pm on Saturday, February 24. While the kids play games, do crafts, eat and have fun, parents can, well, do the same! The cost is just $5 per child, payable at dropoff. The RSVP deadline is Sunday, February 18, at Eventbrite.com, or text Pastor Georgia at 619.592.1440.
Men’s Retreat returns to Calicinto ranch
Men are invited to a dude-ranch styled weekend retreat at Rancho Calicinto. The weekend features Porterhouse steaks, horseback riding, and the unbeatable hospitality of the Pirelli family. Speakers are Garret Kruse, Craig Kruse, Jeff McKinley and Wayne Francis. The cost is $175. Save the dates: March 9-11.
The annual business meeting for City View Church is at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, February 28. If you are an official member, you are urged to attend. Annual reports and bios of the 6 board nominees are available at the Welcome Center. All are invited. Only official members may vote. Non-members are welcome to attend as spectators.
Convention and Fine Arts Festival for students
Our MVMNT student ministries group is going to Youth Convention and Fine Arts Festival in Long Beach, April 27-29. The cost of $225 per student covers travel, hotel, registration, and breakfast and dinner for 2 days. Sign up at the events table in the Student Center or contact Kristin@cityviewsd.com.