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7:00pm Women’s Prayer Group—Green Room
10:00am Women’s Bible Study “James” - Meeting Room
7:00pm Women’s Bible Study “James” - Meeting Room East
Women’s Bible Study “Believing God” - Meeting Room West
Discovering God Bible Study—Galilee Room
Nursery, Pioneer Clubs (grades 1-5) and Youth (grades 6-12)
6:30pm College & Career Group—call Andrew for more info 629.0111 ext 114
sweatshirts, hats, bags, um-brellas etc. All available for
8,9:30&11:00am Worship Services p u r chas
Cleaning Crew this week: Rise and Shine for the Lord
88.7 The Bridge, Mountaire and CCC will be hosting a one day Worship Production Conference. At the conference you will
learn tips to better use audiovisual equipment and lighting in a worship service. The event will be held here at CCC on Saturday, March 16th from 9:00am—4:00pm. Advanced registration is $25.00 and is available at 887thebridge.com. Your registration includes: Morning coffee and donuts, a great lunch and door prizes provided by Mid South Audio.
Men’s Bible study (at the ministry house) will not be meeting this Sunday, February 3rd. The group will resume next Sunday at
7:00pm and begin a study on Revelation. For more information please contact Jim Apgar at 302.260.1779
Bunky and Renee Griffith will be opening their home for a new Small Group starting in the Greenwood area. Their first meeting
will be Friday, February 1st at 7:00pm and the group will continue to meet the first Friday night of each month. If you would like more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410.443.4873. Bunky and Renee will be in the lobby this weekend with a sign-up sheet and directions.
Newsletter Help Needed! “The View” CCC’s newsletter is in search of someone who has the ability to do layout of the monthly
newsletter. If you would like more information or are interested in the job please contact Judi Folmsbee at 302.684.3603 or email@example.com
Mark you calendars for the CCC Annual Business Meeting on Thursday, February 21st at 7:00pm. At this annual meeting we
will go over the finances of the church, the many ministries and you can meet the board members. Plan to come and rejoice with us for all God is doing here at Crossroad.
If you have moved this year please update your address and phone number information with the church office. There is a
sign-up sheet at the information table. Thank you!
There will be a team going to Haiti in the next month. If you have any medical items (Tylenol, Advil, bandaids, other non-
prescription drugs, etc) or health and beauty items (shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc.) that you would like to send please bring them to the church or contact Kaye at 302.629.0111 ext 118.
Are you looking to get plugged in at CCC? We are always looking for new volunteers for cleaning teams, office work, news-
letter, compassionate care ministry (preparing meals for those who had a baby or surgery) or many other ministries. Sign-up at the Information table if you would like to be contacted or call the church office at 302.629.0111.
Want to invite someone as your guest to Crossroad? Pick up a few invite cards, circle the service you attend & sign your
name before you hand it to someone. It’s a good way to share what is happening at Crossroad with others.
Crossroad Newsletter - The January issue is available on our website for download. Look for this month’s issue in your mail-
box or email! Sign up at the Information Table for the mailing list if you want it mailed to your home or sign up for the email announcement when the next issue is ready to download! If your address has changed, please let us know.
Spanish translation is available in our 11am service in the back right corner of the sanctuary. See Janet in that area.
NAR-ANON Family Support Group meets on Thursday nights, at 7 pm, for those family members and friends who are con-
cerned about the drug or alcohol addiction of a loved one. For more information, call Beth Duke (629-3486/745-0466). This is an anonymous program and there are no obligations.
Prayer Tree Ministry (or need prayer?) Call Martie Taylor, 302.381.7188, to start our prayer chain in motion. Our elec-
tronic prayer chain is also available. Contact Martie Taylor if you have a request or if YOU would like to be a prayer warrior via phone or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you have a praise report we would love to hear about it! Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
If someone is sick or hospitalized and you would like the church and the Pastor to know, please call our Visitation Pastor, Ron
Wyatt, 302.875.4184, or our Visitation Team Leader, Ellen Bollinger, at 302.337.8303.
Looking for a Share Group? Small Group Ministry is a GREAT way to get to know people and gain a strong support
system. Our Small Group Ministry Listing is available at the Information table. If you need help finding the right group for you OR if you are interested in starting a home group, please contact Pastor Marvin. 302.875.5535.
A Medical Tidbit from our Compassionate Care Coordinator:
Did you know that what you eat or drink may delay, accelerate, decrease or increase drug absorption? Beware of consuming large amounts of: Grapefruit juice – avoid when taken Zocor (simvastatin), Mevacor (lovastatin), Lipitor (atorvastatin), Procar- dia Xl (nifedipine), Sular (nisoldipine), Buspar (buspirone). Grapefruit can increase levels of these drugs in the body, which can lead to more side effects. Vitamin K – avoid eating large amounts of foods rich in Vitamin K when taking blood-thinners, such as Coumadin (warfarin). Foods such as kale, spinach and brussel sprouts. These foods can decreased the effect of Couma- din. Dairy products – Foods containing calcium and decrease the effect of certain antibiotics, such as Ciloxan (ciprofloxacin), Levaquin (levofloxacin), and doxycycline. Dairy products can also interfere with the thyroid replacement drug Synthroid, Levothroid (levothyroxine). Caffeine – some drugs, particularly the antibiotic Cipro (ciprofloxacin), exaggerate the effects of caffeine.
The Teen Challenge Thrift Store is in need of volunteers. They are located in Seaford on Middleford Road (before you get to Nanticoke Hospital). Contact the church office if you are interested in more information.
FREE Health Forum. 2nd Tuesday of each month at Tunnell Cancer Center, 5:00 – 7:00 pm, for women who are uninsured, underinsured, or have a high deductible on their insurance. Flyer on the information table.
From Matt, Angela and Addison Atlas: Soon after getting back to Malaysia, Matt and Angela received an email from a for-mer student, one who participated in a group studying the book of Genesis four years ago and is a believer. He told us how his aunt (who is likeminded) was imprisoned for a few days and he too has been called to the court for questioning. We actu-ally rejoiced in the news because he is growing and steadfast, but please do pray for wisdom and safety for him. In other news, we are applying for residency here. Please pray for favor that our application would be accepted.
Also please remember to regularly pray for our other missionaries to Mexico, China, Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic. We also have a team preparing to make a trip to Haiti in the next few months please keep them all lifted in prayer.
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