Calvary pentecostal church
"No laughing matter"
April fool's day has been known as a day for playing harmless pranks on friends and family members, but what does it mean to be a fool?
Join us online this Sunday at 10:00 AM!
We want to thank each of you who joined us for our online service on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM. We had even more viewers then we did in the previous week and we heard many good reports of the worship time with Pastor Greg and Brittany leading as well as the sound and picture quality.
This Sunday (April 5th) is communion Sunday. At the end of the service I will be conducting an online time of communion. You can prepare your emblems at home and have them ready to receive together with the rest of our viewers who are watching.
In the days ahead we will continue to ask you to:
1) Join us online for Sunday services at 10:00 AM. Below you will find a link to our official website. Click on the live-stream tab, that will bring you to a page that will allow you to join the live-stream service. There is even a chat box below the live-stream screen where you can chat with one another as the service is going on!
2) Pray: During these times where we are for the most part, confined to our homes with restricted movement options, the greatest power we have against the work of the enemy is the power of prayer. Pray for our government leaders, pray for our health care workers, pray for your family and friends and pray for our churches to continue to reach the lost for Jesus Christ.
3) Stay connected: We live in a world that has prepared us for this. Most people have a computer or laptop or tablet or phone. Use these to stay connected with the people you love. Check in on them and see how they're doing. The church will be making contact with all the people from our congregation. Seniors every 3-5 days and everyone else, once a week.
4) Give: During uncertain times, the tendency is to hold on to what we have because we don't know what will happen tomorrow. As believers, God holds our tomorrow and so it is Him who we must put our trust in. Tithing and giving is not based on attendance to a church, it is based on our income and faithfulness to God. For me, trusting God means that my tithe will continue because I want God's faithfulness to continue to me and my family. Giving can done through our online donate button on our website or you can drop your tithe off at the church during regular office hours during the week. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9 to 12.
I am excited about what lies ahead. God is changing our mindset and our priorities to streamline them into a more focused goal.
Romans 8:28 says: And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose."
Blessings to all,
Pastor Peter Snow