Thursday, April 2, 2020 CPC Quick Notes
Praying for Our Community…
- Those who mourn the loss of loved ones.
- Prayers for Carole Clusiau’s family as she recently passed away on March 19 after a long illness. She and her late husband, David, were former members of CPC. No services are planned per her request.
- Those recovering surgery and those awaiting surgery.
- Lois Krook, Julie Jondreau, Verla Stabe, Kay Olson, Syd Gray, Billy, Kim (not Pastor Kim), Peggy Marshall
- Our CPC congregation as we look to the future
- Those with cancer, dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other illness
- Those traveling
- Families & individuals managing mental health and addiction
- Our country
- Victims and families of violence & racism
- May healing of the world begin, and may it begin with us
- We pray for our nurses, doctors, essential workers, all of those on the front lines and those ill as our country and the world struggles with the Covid-19 virus.
- We give thanks for safe homes, food, health, family and shelter.
- Presbytery of Northern Waters Prayer Rotation
First Presbyterian Church of Duluth, MN – Rev Jeremiah Knabe, Pastor
Join us Palm Sunday, April 5 for virtual worship.
(The worship video will be posted to Facebook, YouTube as well as sent to ICTV. I will also be sending out a link to youtube on Monday. The worship video will not be “live” but recorded this Sunday)
Please gather your items for virtual communion. Whatever you have in your home will do just fine whether that is wine, juice, water, bread or cracker.
Pastor Cheryl’s puppet, Kevin, will be joining us for “A Chat with the Children”!
- Per the advice of the Trustees, the church will now be locked following office hours each day until further notice.
8am-3pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
- Pastor Cheryl is now at CPC full time. We welcome you as we begin this next chapter!
- We send a HUGE THANK YOU to Pastor Talley. It was a pleasure to have you at CPC these past six months!
- Around the world, millions of people lack access to sustainable food sources, clean water, sanitation, education, and opportunity. The three programs supported by One Great Hour of Sharing- Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program and Self-Development of People – all work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. Received during the season of Lent, each gift helps to improve the lives of people in these challenging situations. The offering provides us with a way to share God’s love with our neighbors in need. Please consider a generous donation.
Information is on the table of food donations if you stop by the church.
- Flower Fund
Easter Flowers may be purchased in memory of, or to honor a loved one. Please complete this form and place it in the offering plate or bring it to the church office.
In Memory (Please circle one) In Honor
Name (please print):
Given by (please print):
- A little birdie told me:
- We now have online giving! Log on at www.communitypresbyterianchurch.com. You will see a Give Now option on the homepage, as well as on the Be Involved/Stewardship page. There is also QR code, that may show up in our bulletin insert in the coming days.
God’s Blessings to each of you!
Cheryl, Mary, Jennifer, Darcy, Cheryl, Mary Jo, Betsy, and Vangie