I’m excited as we look forward to this Sunday! After weeks of praying and planning, we’re taking the next step with our phased approach for regathering at the church building, while also continuing to offer online services. Whether you watch at home or are on campus on Sunday, we are one church with one mission: to help everyone meet, know and follow Jesus.
Just a reminder that we are planning for an in-person attendance of 100 people at both the 9:00 and 11:00am services. There’s still some room for this Sunday (June 7), so if you’d still like to RSVP for the in-person services, please RSVP at this link.
We’re also starting a new series on Sunday called, “David: The Rise and Fall of a King.” In life, we all experience many victories and failures. But, in the end, it isn't our talents or skills that qualify us. It is our willingness to be teachable and humble when we fall. The life of King David shows how a seemingly insignificant and flawed person can live a worthy life. People look to outward appearances, but God looks to the heart.
Find the online sermon guide with the option to download and print at fcchudson.com.
Brigitte Feia, FCC’s director of children’s discipleship will also be making a special announcement about Vacation Bible School before the services start on Sunday. This summer, you’ll have the opportunity to host VBS in your own backyard to help children learn that our God is faithful and will give us everything we need to walk with him. He gives us his grace, his Word, his Son, his forgiveness, and the Holy Spirit. As children learn directly from Scripture, we pray that they will be eternally impacted by God’s truths and the gospel. And, this year VBS is free to all participants! Brigitte will have more info this Sunday on how you can help lead or assist with a backyard VBS, plus information on registration for children to participate. VBS registration will open at fcchudson.com and the FaithBase app at 8:00am on Sunday, June 7.
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Our hearts break over all the pain and turmoil that have taken place recently in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and we are actively looking for partners that can help us impact the needs that exist. Pastor Larry Szyman has been meeting with pastors in the Twin Cities to learn more about how we can help. There are many immediate relief needs that are being met, and we are so grateful! But there will be long term needs, as well. And so we want to help resource churches in the neighborhoods with time and financial gifts, so that the gospel works its way into building beautiful neighborhoods that to God’s glory look more and more like the kingdom of God. Here are a couple of options, and we hope to bring you more in the future:
-shampoo/ conditioner for people of color
-bars of soap
-non-perishable food (preferably not canned goods)
-first aid supplies (bandaids for dark skin colors if available)
-travel size toiletries
-new underwear, socks, white t-shirts
Each summer, Faith Community Church dedicates a week to serving our neighbors across the St. Croix Valley through FaithWorks, and this summer marks our 10th year! Adaptations will be made, but we will still be loving our neighbors in a significant way together. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Larry Szyman at email@example.com.
Although we’re all experiencing a lot of change right now, our mission stays the same: to help everyone meet, know and follow Jesus. We have an opportunity to reach thousands through our new online services and resources. Your faithful giving helps support our shared mission. Thank you for your generosity!