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If you are looking for a place to connect with others, grow in faith and make a difference in your world, come get plugged in at a Sunday class, midweek or Wednesday night group, or Sunday PM Small Group. Pick up a Connect Groups directory at the Welcome Center in the lobby for a complete listing.
Jesus called us to be “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world.” The job of salt is to preserve and stop decay. Light helps us shine and make Christ known. Come learn ways to make 2018 a Year of Influence for you and for City View Church. Messages are by Pastor Troy Singleterry, 2 Sundays, Jan. 7 & 14 at 10:30 am.
When Jesus taught us to go and make disciples, he had the entire planet in mind. Our missionaries this year join us from Europe, Africa, Japan, and ministry to Native Americans. Former Assemblies Superintendent George Wood is our keynote speaker. Events are scheduled for all age levels, Jan. 21-28.
Missions Conference expands our influence to … everywhere! - When Jesus told us to go and make disciples, He really was talking about a complete, total saturation of our world with the good news — God is our Father, Jesus has overcome, and all are invited to experience freedom and eternal life. Our missionaries this year join us from Europe, Africa, Japan and ministry to Native Americans. And we are blessed to be joined by former General Superintendent George Wood as our keynote speaker. January 21-28, 2018.
Wednesday Night Missions Experience - Adults and youth are invited to experience the tastes, sights and stories of the 4 regions represented by our guest missionaries. It’s an immersive experience with displays, videos and food tastes representing Africa, American Indians, Japan and Europe. Missionaries will be present for personal interaction. Imported African hot chocolate and European coffee are offered. The evening includes irresistible opportunity drawings and a special silent auction for a custom quilt. Tickets are $5. (Kids’ Experience—$3.)
Missions dollars raised through quilt sales - The quilters of City View invite you to stop by their mobile Quilt Shop on Sunday, January 21, offering an array of artisan quilts in all sizes. Plus there are lots and lots of hand-made items. All proceeds support our City View missionary team. A special silent auction for a selected quilt will be part of the Wednesday Missions Experience on January 24.
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. Students must bring money for lunch and souvenirs. Sign up at the events table in the Student Center or contact Kristin@cityviewsd.com.
Friday event for grades 4 & 5 - Club 45 meets monthly on Friday nights for times of fun and friendship. Kids in grades 4 and 5 are invited to come hang out, enjoy snacks and play games. Meet in the Wave on January 26 from 7-8:30 pm. No need to RSVP or bring anything – just show up! Contact: Pastor Georgia Fellows, email@example.com.