Weekly Reminders and Announcements
"The Transformers" Sunday School for ALL Ages
Sunday Mornings from 9:30 am -10:15 am
*For more information contact Elder Joseph and Cheryl Latimer at: email@example.com
Sunday Morning "Set the Atmosphere"
Sanctuary Prayer at 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Mid week Prayer, Worship & Bible Study
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm
Fridays at 5:00 am
Sunday, May 12th, 2013 is "Mothers Day." Ladies are invited to wear their special hat in celebration of all mothers.
Friday, May 17th, 2013
There will be a "Sister To Sister Swap" hosted by the "C.I.C.A.N Womens Department."
"Bring something.....take something!"
Lots of FUN and a time of learning!
Please contact Elder Sheila Strait for more information concerning this event.
There will be a church "Spring Cleaning" coming up in May. Volunteers are needed so please be ready to serve in Gods house.
"When you take care of Gods house he WILL take care of yours!"
For information concerning this announcement, please contact Elder Jennifer Claiborne.
***IF YOU WOULD LIKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT POSTED TO THE NEWSLETTER AND/OR CHURCH MONITOR ANNOUNCEMENTS, PLEASE SEND TO THE ADDRESS BELOW AT LEAST 1-2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE:
C.I.C.A.N Honor Roll
If you would like to participate in C.I.C.A.N's "Honor Roll," which allows Charlotte Immanuel Church of All Nations, Facebook Administrators to post:
Yours and/or family members birthdays, anniversary, graduation, or other special day (along with a celebratory card and statement of honor), to our weekly, Newsletter, Facebook Announcements or Church Overhead Announcements, please send the needed information to:
(Birth and/or special date excluding year, photo if available) We will post birthdays monthly. (Day of)
PLEASE PASS THE WORD AND THE EMAIL ADDRESS!!!!
Its time we bring honor back into the house of God!!!
Points To Ponder About Honor
Honor sounds like a medieval word. It’s not a word we use very often in today’s world, but the concept of honor is HUGE.
HONOR: Showing others that they are important to you.
The Bible tells us to “honor one another above ourselves” in Romans 12:10. This means putting others first. Treating EVERYONE like they matter. It can be a tough concept for ALL ages to grasp if not put into practice daily.
Here are a few honorable ideas we should be practicing and teaching our children to exhibit in everyday life!
* Hold the door, and let someone go through before you.
* Talk to someone that everyone else makes fun of or leaves out.
* When a teacher, (minister) asks you a question, look them in the eye and really listen.
* Ask someone in the family what they would like to do on weekends and do it.
* Sit by someone at lunch (church) who is sitting alone.
* Do what you are asked right away and with spirit of excellence.
* Visit or talk to a grandparent, or older adult, and listen to their stories.
* Ask your mom or dad (Pastor)how you can help them.
* Defend a friend when everyone else is accusing them of something.
* Play with your younger brother or sister. Call you parents or siblings to see how they're doing.
* Let your brother or sister sit in the front seat. Pump wife's gas & open her door! :-)
* Ask one of your parents for advice on a tough problem. Never counsel down!
* Speak to and answer each other respectfully.
* Look for someone who doesn’t seem to have many friends, and invite them into conversation.
* Don’t allow your friends to talk bad about other people. Cover each other.
* Take care of someone who is hurt or sick.
* Offer to help your teacher, neighbor (Pastor)
* Tell everyone the truth, IN LOVE! ;-)
As Bishop Williams says, "Theres NO law against love!," In honor of Christs love for the church, "Lets begin to honor one another today!"