Pastor Cindy and I were on KAKE News today at 11:30 a.m. We were discussing flood buckets and our Flood Bucket Assembly event this Sunday. Here are a couple pictures.
Hope to see you Sunday with flood bucket items!!
This past Sunday was the first worship service of the ARC Church (Agape Redeemed Church of All Nations) that is now meeting in the Chapel. The doors open to the Chapel entrance from Broadway at 11:00 (you may also enter at the church’s “Education and Activities” entrance [close to 3rd Street] or the “Worship and Fellowship” entrance [father south] or the Sanctuary entrance off Broadway). Worship starts at 11:30 and usually concludes about 1:30. The service is conducted is both English and Swahili.
The pastor of this congregation is Rosemary Njoroge, an immigrant from Kenya. Please join her and other immigrants and refugees in worshiping our Lord and Savior.
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Bishop Saenz has issued a challenge that the Great Plains UMC Conference (Kansas and Nebraska) fill 5,000 flood buckets!!
Can we fill 10% (500) – or am I thinking too small?
Hope to see you at the Flood Bucket Assembly event on Sunday, September 10th from 2-5 p.m. in Wilke Family Life Center (close to 3rd Street).
I have received information from a reliable source that Aldi’s has 50-ounce liquid laundry detergent for $1.88 (plus tax). This is one of the items for Flood Buckets.
You may bring items to the church anytime that we are open and we will be here assembling Flood Buckets this coming Sunday, September 10th from 2-5 p.m. Hope to see you then!!
Blessings to you.
We have received a request from Texas for ERTs. You must be currently certified as an ERT and Safe Gatherings. Contact me at email@example.com if you are interested and meet the ERT and Safe Gatherings requirements.
We will be receiving more requests so please watch this blog.
Do NOT self-deploy!
Annette Schmidt, firstname.lastname@example.org