- Working Moms’s Group - Jun 21
- Foundations Class - Jun 23
- Every Good Endeavor Book Group - Jun 24
- Like Dew Your Youth Book Group - Jun 26
- PCNK Channel Islands trip - Jun 28-30
- 7 Experiment Women’s study begins - Jul 9
- Homegroup Leaders Retreat - Aug 31
Youth (5th grade–HS)
Youth Ministry Summer Calendars: Youth Ministry activities are on a break until mid-June. Summer calendars went out via email recently. If you did not receive one, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which parent group list you'd like to be on so that we can update your email address.
College & PCNK
College Updates: For details about College group happenings, see our FB page, “SB Community Church- college students”.
PCNK Channel Islands Camping Trip - Jun 28th - 30th: Sign-ups have begun! More info available on the flyer on the info table. This is probably the most significant trip for building relationships that we do for young adults. To reserve your spot, bring a non-refundable check for the full amount of the trip. Contact Mike (email@example.com) for more info.
Women’s Ministries Email List: If you would like to receive e-announcements for Women’s Ministries news and events, contact Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sbcommunity.org/women. See us also on Facebook at “SB-Community-Church-Womens-Ministries”.
Working Mom's Group - Jun 21st: Join us for our last meeting until the fall on Friday, June 21st from 7:30-9:00pm at the home of Rachel Winslow (853 Cambridge Dr). We will share, pray, and plan over dessert. For more information, please contact Angela D'Amour at email@example.com or Rachel Winslow at 530-363-3497 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 Experiment - Staging Your Own Mutiny Against Excess - Jul 9th: Women, please join us this summer as we embark on a journey to eliminate excess in our lives through the Jen Hatmaker 7 Experiment study. This study will lead you through a focused fast on seven key areas: food, clothes, spending, media, possessions, waste, and stress. What's the payoff for living such a deeply reduced life? It's the discovery of a greatly increased God, a call toward Christ-like simplicity, and generosity that transcends a social experiment to become a radically better existence. We're excited for you to join us for this 8 week study, Tuesdays in the Fellowship Hall at 7:00pm, 7/9 - 8/27. The cost is $15 for the study book, which you can purchase the first night. Please email Anna Jordan and Devany Bechler at SBCC7Study@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to sign up!
Opportunities & Info
Foundations Class - Jun 23rd: If you are new to SBCC and looking to know what SBCC believes, how and why we practice church life, this class is for you! The Foundations class is an entry point to church life and membership at SBCC. This class, which is normally covered in 3 sessions, will be offered in one 2 1/2-hour class on Sunday, June 23rd after our 11am service. We will gather at 12:45pm in the Fellowship Hall. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to Deana at email@example.com.
Summer Book Group - Jun 24th: For those who long to connect their everyday work with God's work in the world…Tim Keller's Every Good Endeavor will help address questions, desires and frustrations we all have regarding work. The 3 discussion nights will be June 24, July 22, Aug 12 (all Mondays) at 7pm. The first meeting will cover chapters 1-4. If you'd like to be a part of this, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and get reading!
Parents of Adolescents Book Discussion - June 26th: On June 26th & July 24th we will host a discussion on the book Like Dew Your Youth by Eugene Peterson during JH/HS Youth Group from 7-8:30pm. (You can drop your kids off at 6:30 and stay & socialize for half an hour before we start.) Email Donna Sugano at email@example.com to sign up!
Homegroup Leader Team Formation - by Jun 30th: Currently homegroup leader teams are being formed for September. In order to reach our goal for new groups there is still a need for a few more leaders, new and returning, married and single, and all ages—college and up. This may be you! If you have been in a SBCC homegroup and are ready to serve on a leader team of 4-6 people, please contact Susi Lamoutte at Homegroup Hotline, 967-5673 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are new to SBCC and are interested in joining a homegroup leader team, please contact Susi for more information.
Come Play on Sunday this Summer: Homegroups, and therefore our Homegroup Childcare system, are on a break for the summer, but our children are not! If you consider SBCC your church family & you are physically able, please sign up to be a helper in childcare at least one Sunday from July 7- September 15. You can pick your date, service time & age group. Use this LINK to sign up on sign up on the patio after church on June 23rd.
Freezer Meals Needed: From time to time we stock the church freezer with meals for those in need -- whether there is an illness or death in the family, or a loss of employment, it is a tangible way to support one another. (Many homegroups have enjoyed making these meals together as a group activity.) If you can help with this, thank you! The guidelines are:
- Use a disposable (and freezable) container;
- Clearly mark it with the date the item was made, and what it is;
- Put it in the freezer on the far left of the church kitchen –OR, if you don't know where that is, contact Deana Gilman, email@example.com to arrange for a drop-off time.
Donate Books for the Philippines: Thanks for allowing four boxes of books to leave for the Philippines recently! We now have 4 more slightly packed boxes left and need more books to fill them. We so appreciate your generosity in bringing in books from overloaded home shelves to the library.
Giving Note: Giving boxes are in the church entryway or you are welcome to mail your church giving to Kathy Roberts at 41 S. Ontare Rd., SB, 93105. Please make checks payable to “SBCC.” Questions? Contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our website at www.sbcommunity.org/about/pastors & www.sbcommunity.org/life for additional contact information for elders, staff and many ministry coordinators. You can also pick up a staff/elder directory on the Welcome Table.
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