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Pastor Mark's Weekly Update - Feb 10

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Dear CHBC Family and Friends,

I appreciate your prayers this weekend as my dad has another shoulder surgery and begins recovery. I am grateful Aaron Swain, one of our associate pastor's will be teaching from the pulpit this Sunday.  I am also grateful Jason Crosby, our assistant pastor, will be covering the Equip Class, Explore CHBC.

As I was praying for our services Sunday, I was thinking about how you can serve the guests who will be present this week. Consider the possibility that a guest might be present in your Sunday School Class, or your child's Sunday School Class.  We can serve those guests by being present, arriving on time, and making them feel welcome.  Guests are already nervous about being in a new place, so we can care for them by just being in our class or seat in the worship center and being friendly.  Could you do that this week?  Of course you can, we are CHBC, and as CHBC that is our nature.  Thank you for being a loving and friendly church.  As Paul said, excel still more.  God bless and have a great Sunday.

Click here to view Sunday's bulletin.

Pastor Mark D. DeMoss

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Pastor Aaron's Weekly Update - 12/31/2016

Happy New Year, Capitol Hill! 

I just wanted to remind you of a few things today.

1. We will be having a regular schedule tomorrow morning, with Sunday School at 9:00 am and our Worship Service at 10:15. You can download the bulletin here.

2. As Pastor Mark is still away, I will be filling the pulpit and preaching from Mark 4:35-41. I'm excited to share with you from that passage!

3. Immediately after the service, we are taking down Christmas decorations. If everyone pitches in, we can knock it out in less than an hour.

4. We will have printed Bible Reading Plans available tomorrow for the new year. You can also see and download a few options that we recommend here.

5. There is no evening service tomorrow. Enjoy your afternoon! Also, church offices are closed on Monday.

6. Among other things, I am thankful for CHBC this year and the Lord's faithfulness in and through you. Thus, the last stanza of the hymn below has been on my mind today.

O God, our help in ages past,
our hope for years to come;
be thou our guide while life shall last,
and our eternal home.

Looking forward to worshiping with you tomorrow. 

In Christ,

Pastor Aaron


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