Loving God, Serving Others


June 7, 2024

Warm Weather Salutations, Saints!

I hope yer enjoying it. Looks like temps in the 80s for the next few days. Get out there and work on your tans. I’d be playing disc golf if my shoulder was all the way healed. I’m hoping I’m ready by the end of summer. Until then, it’s reading books with the occasional tether ball, corn hole or bocce ball, all left handed. 

What’s up:

This summer, Don is leading a Bible study in the book of Revelation on Saturday mornings via Zoom. Sound interesting? 

We’re looking at a few baptisms in the river during our annual Church Picnic on June 30. Is that you? Get ahold of me so we can talk:  rob.sheild@chattaroycc.com

This Sunday is the last day to sign up for the Women’s Progressive Garden Tour and Lunch happening June 15, starting at 9:30. It’s free!

AND… we’re just starting to sign up for the CCC Baseball Night at a Spokane Indians’ game on July 10. Tickets are $13, and it’s ‘Family Feast Night’ which means hot dogs for $2 and other goodies. You want a relaxing evening with other folks at the ballpark? Get your name in for tickets this Sunday after the service. 

This Coming Tuesday: Our quarterly Prime Time, Tuesday, June 11 at 11am, this time in the Fellowship Hall. It’s a picnic (!) and the theme is “Songs by the campfire”. 

This Saturday (tomorrow!): Men’s Anchor Point with Rick leading at 9am in the Fellowship Hall. This one is about ‘communicating sensitively’. Coffee will be on. 

This Sunday: 

We’ll have fellowship, worship, prayer and a message. I’ll be speaking on Sodom & Gomorrah in our series in Genesis… and I’ll be mentioning sex in the context of a brief teaching on homosexuality. It won’t be long and it won’t be explicit… but I thought I’d give you parents of younger kids a heads-up so you can figure out what you want to do. I think when we hit on sensitive subjects, we shouldn’t avoid them, but see what scripture says.  Perhaps this will be a place for you to see if your kids have any questions on these things. God talks about them and so should we.  

See you Sunday?

Pastor Rob