Mike’s Weekly Updatehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RY_Tzi7eWIk&t=1164s
- Prayer Service Wednesday
- Women’s Ministry Outing
- Baptism Pictures and Video on website
- Dads For a Day Training
From Pastor Steve’s Study
Nothing is more important to me as your pastor than to know that you are being nourished in God’s Word. That has certainly taken place these past two weeks in my absence. I have listened to both messages and I have been encouraged. Last week Harold Thomas challenged us in serving with the right heart. Yesterday, Pastor Lee Fox exhorted us to run with patience the race that is set before us. I trust these are still making an impact in your life because the Word of God never returns to Him void.
Thank you for all of your cards, texts, calls and words of encouragement. The plan is for me to be back with you next Sunday. My process of recovery has been significant on many levels. As usual, it has been most important in God revealing new inspiration in His Word and deeper levels of His grace. I long to be back in the saddle to share more of God’s love and goodness with you. You are beloved in His sight and in mine.
This Week’s Reminders:
Stan & Barbara Grab: Bible Study on The Minor Prophets
Meets 6:30 – 7:30 / Contact Phone 860-705-0653
17238 SE 85th Willowick Circle; Village of Briar Meadow
Wednesday, May 8 @ 11:30
Women’s Ministry “Bountiful Farms and Bistro” outing
Details and sign-up at Info Desk
Meets 6:30 in the Sanctuary
Parking: The Parking Team is requesting that everyone park in the large lot to the rear of our building. Except for handicap, please do not park in front lot. Late arrivals will be directed to enter the sanctuary from the front pool-side entrance. Signs will direct you via a covered entranceway.
Seating: Please note that our sanctuary facilitates a warmer section (left, facing front) and a cooler section (right, facing front)
9:00: Pre-Service Coffee
Join us in the Fellowship Room for a special time of meeting, greeting, and snacks before morning services
- Announcements on the screen
- 9:50: Quiet Time Before Service in The Sanctuary
- 9:30: Pre-service Prayer in the Church Office
- 10:00: Worship Service
- Elders and wives at the front for individual prayer following the service
- Sunday, May 19th
- After church potluck
- Bring your best dish
- Wednesday, May 29th
- Dinners for 8
- Join other CCV friends around the table
- Host homes needed
- Sign-up at the Info Desk Next Week
- Seasonal Residents
- Many of our folks travel over the summer. You will be missed! Keep in touch by visiting the CCV website. All sermons are available as well as weekly updates.
Important Announcement from CCV Property Team
Gene Tonn, Glenn Berkhahn and Bill Salerno updated the congregation that there will not be an extension of our lease at the September 2020 expiration. Financially, we do not have the resources or time to acquire property and build our own facility at this time.
Please make this a matter of individual prayer. Keep your eyes and ears open for any facility that might be a good fit for our services. Let an elder or member of the property team know if you become aware of opportunities that should be checked out.
- If you have any praise reports or prayer requests, please let Paul know or just hit “Reply” to this email.
- If you would like to be added to the email prayer request list, let Paul know
Peter Pecoraro leads the CCV CARE Ministry. As our church is experiencing growth, the physical needs within our body are the highest priority in serving one another in times of sickness, loss of loved ones, and practical needs. The following people have stepped forward and are serving over six areas as follows:
Bereavement / Don and Carol Mordas
Visitation / Jim & Karen Silva
Meals / Marjie Setser
Prayer / Paul and Karen Caucci
Helps / Johnny Cyr
Benevolence / Stan Grab
Contact Pastor Steve, an Elder or Peter if you know of a need within our church.
Peter Pecoraro: Phone: 585-305-2470 or Email PDP1020@gmail.com
Missons & Ministry Update: Dads For A Day
CCV is an affiliate organization with a local faith-based organization called “Dads For A Day”. Founded by Curtis Ostrander, a former career law enforcement officer, DFAD matches boys from local communities with Christian men for mentoring. The boys do not have a father or other male role model in the home and are ages 9 – 15, Mentors spend a few hours a week with their boy.
Mike Barber became a mentor with the first group of men in 2018 with DFAD. Paired up with Donavin, a 12 year old boy from Leesburg, they usually spend Saturday afternoons together. Mike and Donavin explore mutual interests like movies, fishing, and landscaping. Recently, they discovered a common interest in cooking.
Training will begin in June for other CCV men who would like to be matched up with a boy. An interest sheet will be at the Info Desk this Sunday.
A Bit More About CCV:
- CCV Giving Is Facilitated In Two Ways:
- A Calvary Chapel distinctive is that no offering plate is passed during service.
There is a Tithe and Offering box located at the back of the sanctuary
- Giving online is convenient and can be set up at the CCV website www.ccvillages.org
- AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.
- Go to http://smile.amazon.com/about.
- Select “Calvary Chapel Villages” from the eligible organization list.
- Facilities – We are currently leasing the community center where we worship on Sundays. There is an “Expansion Fund” for CCV folks to give toward a future permanent facility. You may give by identifying your donation for this purpose on the envelopes (Info Table) or online.
- Visit the new and updated CCV Website: www.ccvillages.org
This Weeks CCV Photos:
Pastor Lee Fox & Heather
Sunday Worship and Fellowship