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Unity is not natural for most people, especially because of the broken world we live in. As individuals, and as a church, we must work hard to preserve unity. Our goal for this series is for people, both churched and unchurched, to learn the biblical basis of what a healthy church, society and person looks like when they strive to preserve unity.
Join the team in caring for our community! Many Volunteer options are available! You could even help just an hour a month. Contact Pastor Georgia for more info. email@example.com
Our new young adults service is held on Sunday nights at 6pm in the Student Center. The service includes worship and the word and is a place for community and doing life together. If you or someone you know would love a service like this, please join us - and spread the word! Children’s ministry is available from birth to third grade. And remember, we love you no matter what.
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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 6:30pm on two Wednesdays, November 7 & 14. (Note: Participants must go to both sessions.) You’ll discover who we are and develop a greater awareness of being a stakeholder at City View. The course also qualifies participants for membership. Sign up in the lobby to register or contact the church office at 858.560.1870.
If you have chosen to become a follower of Christ and are interested in getting baptized - we invite you to our baptism orientation on Wednesday, November 14, at 6:30pm. This is a brief class led by Pastor Tony that will take place in the Family Life Center, upstairs, in the fireside room. The baptisms will be during the 10:30am service on Sunday, November 18. To learn more or to sign up, you can email Pastor Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org, call the church office at 858.560.1870, or visit the welcome center in the lobby on Sundays.
Christmas is just around the corner and we could use your help in making the season bright. During the month of November we will be decking the halls of City View Church, inside and out. If you would be interested in coming to help decorate the campus, you can email Pastor Tony at email@example.com, Kristin Nix at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the ‘Deck the Halls’ table in the church lobby on Sundays.
Psalm 7:17 says “I will give thanks to the Lord because of His righteousness.” Join us as our English, Oromo, and Spanish congregations come together for a special All in Thanksgiving Eve Celebration Service on Wednesday, November 21. The service will take place in the Worship Center from 6-7pm. This is a time to join together and express the thanksgiving in our hearts through praise and discover how precious it is when people dwell together in unity. Afterwards, we will light up the outside campus for Christmas and enjoy a wonderful time of community and fellowship with cookies, hot cider and coffee.
The Katinas, Spirit of Christmas Tour is coming to City View Church! This is the band’s last stop on their west cost tour, and you won’t want to miss it. Come enjoy a time of praise and worship at this free community event on Friday, December 14 at 7pm. The event will take place on campus in the Worship Center and the doors will open at 6:30pm. To learn more about the group and the tour, check out their site: thekatinas.com.
Convoy of Hope is helping people in the Carolinas and in Indonesia
City View donations will provide immediate relief
Dear City View Friends,
In light of what has happened in the Carolina’s, Indonesia and now in Florida, as the Lead Pastor of City View’s Churches, I have felt impressed by the Holy Spirit that we be involved in supporting the disaster relief efforts of Convoy of Hope for the people of the Carolinas and Florida with the Hurricanes and in Indonesia with the Tsunami. I want to thank those who have given now and gave last year to assist Convoy of Hope with the relief efforts from Hurricane Harvey in Texas, as well as the hurricanes that happened in Florida, Puerto Rica, and the Virgin Islands last year.
Therese and me have already giving beyond our tithe recently to help Convoy of Hope, an Assemblies of God ministry that does tremendous work in disaster relief around the United states and globe. You can give on Sunday mornings whenever you felt led or online. If you’re going to write a check please make it out to City View Church and memo for Convoy of Hope relief.
(If you'd like to give though our City View’s – Convoy of Hope Relief account today, you can click here. Sign in if you have an account, or click Give Now for a one-time gift.)
We not only will continue to pray for those devastated by Hurricanes Florence and Michael and those effected by the Tsunami but we will support the efforts going on through Convoy of Hope and other disasters that may come about from now till the end of the year, if necessary. God blesses us when we share and give to those less fortunate than us as it says in Proverbs “Give freely and become wealthier; be stingy and lose everything.” – Proverbs 11:24; “The generous will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed.” – Proverbs 11:25
Remember “Every Person Counts” not just here at City View but in our city, state, nation and world. Thank you for listening to your Pastor’s heart and now praying about what you can do. Thank you for your faithfulness and generous heart. I’m honored to serve you and be your Lead Pastor and love you very much.
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 home fellowship. Our home groups meet at locations all over San Diego. For a complete list of all groups, please stop by the Welcome Center in the lobby.
Tuesday morning prayer
The front line of all we do as a church is prayer. The War Room weekly prayer venue invites you to come join others for a time of united prayer and intercession. Each week the staff meets at 9 am to pray for our church, our families, our city and our world. Come join them each Tuesday from 9-9:30 (or so) in the Fellowship Center.