Loving God, Serving Others


June 14, 2024
Greetings, Saints!
This Sunday is Father’s Day. Deb and I are planning to get together with our three kids here in the area and enjoy a time together later that afternoon. It’s going to be a bit dicey for our daughter and her kids who lost her husband and their father in February… but that’s why we’re getting together. I’ve got to imagine we’ll spend some time remembering Jon, as well as eating and playing games. Whether your father is near or far, I trust it will be a good day for you. Grilling, anyone??
You might know it’s a Chattaroy tradition to have homemade pies for Father’s Day… and that depends on a bunch of you! If you could, bring a pie this Sunday, pre-cut and ready to go. We’ll all share the goodness together after the service. Yeehaw!
Tickets are on sale for the Family Feast Night at Avista Stadium on July 10. We’ll watch the Indians play while we enjoy some cheaper eats and a summer evening. Tickets are a mere $13. Grab ’em while they’re available in the fellowship hall after the service.  
If you’d like to be baptized, make an appointment with me! I’ll be brief; just to see why you want to get baptized and why we do it. I’ll also give you a heads-up on logistics (do you have water shoes?). We’ll be baptizing at the annual church picnic on June 30. 
THIS Sunday we have one baptism in the river after the service for someone who is out of town on the 30th. Grab pie and head on out to the river. 
And in the service we’ll have all the usual suspects (prayer, worship, singing, teaching). The message is a follow up on Lot, looking at the trajectory of his life. If you had to guess, what do you think is the fulcrum that divides Lot into doing good and getting worse? We’ll talk about it in the service.
See you Sunday?
Pastor Rob