Pastor Mark's Weekly Update October 3, 2019
In View of a Call for Associate Pastor of Worship – Tyler Neighbors
This Sunday Tyler will leader us in worship in the morning worship service and will share his testimony in the evening worship service. Please come and be prepared to get to know Tyler, Nicole, and their children. The evening service will close with a vote on whether to extend a call to Tyler as our next Associate Pastor of Worship.
- October 6, 2019 – Leading AM Worship
- October 6, 2019 – All Church Meet and Greet from 4-5 PM in the Activity Center
- October 6, 2019 – Evening Worship with Worship, Testimony and Vote
November 2-3. Register online here: ENGAGEnow Registration. Capitol Hill Baptist Church is hosting a worldview conference this year in conjunction with the CHBC Student Ministry entitled, ENGAGEnow. The purpose of the conference is to equip the church to interact with the culture, by establishing our confidence in the reliability of the Scriptures. The conference will begin on November 2, 2019 at 3 PM at CHBC and will last until 8 PM on Saturday night. The conference will conclude Sunday morning during Sunday School and Worship hours on November 3, 2019. Students (7th-12th grade) will sleep in host homes on Friday and Saturday night. Registration will open on October 1, 2019, and more information will come in the mail. Also see the promotion box in this email and click on it for more information.
CHBC Equipping, Exalting and Extending this Fall
- Haunt Old Town - Oct. 26 (4-7 PM)
- Greet and Treat/Love Your Neighbor – Oct. 31, Neighborhood outreach during Halloween
- ENGAGEnow – Nov. 2-3, A Conference hosted at CHBC focused on engaging the culture with the gospel
Thanksgiving Fellowship Meal
The annual church Thanksgiving dinner will go through a few changes this year. There will be no cost this year to attend the meal. The church will provide the meat, bread, drinks, and pecan and pumpkin pie. Church members please bring sides, salads, or additional desserts for the evening meal. The focus of the evening will be on fellowship and emphasizing the World Mission Offering. We hope you, your friends, and family will join us for a wonderful evening of fellowship.
“I frequently hear persons in old age say how they would live, if they were to live their lives over again. Resolved, that I will live just so as I can think I shall wish I had done, supposing I live to old age.” (Edwards, 1723) Jonathan Edwards is saying in his young life that he desired to live today as the way he would wish to live his life, if he were able to look back on it, and have no regrets. Live purposefully for the cause of Christ and the glory of God. That is a life without regret.
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Mark D. DeMoss, Senior Pastor
For the Glory of God