Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. Psalm 127:3-5
This Sunday is a very special Sunday as Abigail Rose Branham, the daughter of Josh and Jaime Branham will be dedicated. It is also Communion Sunday. We look forward to seeing everyone! Don’t forget to bring your Family Sharing items in as well (see list below).
Cedar Creek Kids Corner – April 2nd
This month out Cedar Creek Kids will celebrate Jesus-Hosanna in the Highest!
Our First Steps group will begin learning the story of the empty tomb and make a tambourine to use for worship.
The Kids Creek Elementary group will learn the story of Peter’s denial of Jesus and complete a small craft as they discuss the scripture. They will close with a song and prayer.
Kid’s Creek Mission update: Our Kids Creek mission-to fill 12 action packs for the Voice of the Martyr Foundation-is getting closer to it’s goal! We almost have enough supplies/ donations to complete another pack! In addition, we received a very generous monetary donation that will allow the organization to fill 10 action packs! Thank you Cedar Creek for supporting our kids on their mission!
Children’s Ministry is still in need of volunteers!
For Children’s Ministry questions and/or enrollment information please email Jaime Branham: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Times for Easter Weekend
April 14th – Good Friday: 7:00pm
April 16th – Easter Sunday: 10:00am
April 2nd – Family Sharing Needs
Ketchup, mustard & mayo
Fruit juice boxes
Monetary contributions can be given to Gloria Keshemberg
Thank you for your support!!
April 30th – Spring Fling and Potluck – Save the Date!
Welcome Spring! CCCC will be having an all-church indoor potluck picnic after service on April 30th! This is a great opportunity to ‘feast’ and ‘fellowship’ with one another! Bring a dish to pass. More information to come.
Permanent Pastor Search Progress Update:
The Search Team is still working on phone interviews. We will have progress update soon so please continue to pray for the Search Team, the new Pastor and CCCC. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Josh Branham.
1st Impressions Ministry – Calling All Greeters, Treaters and Coffee Makers!
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace. 1 Peter 4:10
The 1st Impressions Ministry is still in need of volunteers to help pass out bulletins, bring treats and help make coffee. You can sign up for only one of the tasks, or all three if you desire. The tasks are easy not too time consuming. Please help us build our church and make a great ‘first impression’ to all the new comers! The sign-up sheet is on the back table.
Cedar Creek Kids – Please Help Support Their Mission!
Our Kid’s Creek Elementary ministry will be given a mission this year: to reach out and help 12 Christian families that are currently facing persecution for their faith. Each month they will put together a medical, outreach, or action pack through the Voice of the Martyr Foundation.
If you are interested in supporting them in their mission, there is a basket for monetary collection next to the coffee area. The cost to order a self-fill pack is $7 each. You may also bring NEW items from the following list:
• Jackets/Windbreakers (adult/child)
• Light Sweater (adult/child)
• Socks (adult/child)
• Solid color t-shirt (any child size)
• Bed Sheet
• Bar of Soap
• Sponge or foam ball
• Medical Tape
• Toothbrushes (adult and child)
Electronic Tithing via PayPal
Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your produce– Proverbs 3:9
You can now electronically tithe to CCCC by transferring money though PayPal. It’s free, fast, easy and secure!
Here is the link:
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~Please continue to bring in your aluminum cans to support CCCC ministries~
If possible, please put the cans in a garbage bag. The recycling center does not want the cans in a store bag.