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Baptism:  If you are interested in learning more about baptism, please contact the office.  It is required that you meet with one of the pastors/elders and discuss what baptism means before you will be considered as a candidate.  The next baptismal service is planned for Sunday, February 3.

Women of Newaygo Campus:  A women’s potluck luncheon event is planned for Monday, January 28, from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.  The goal will be to discuss women’s ministry survey results and summary, discuss follow up from the Gathering event in Big Rapids, along with plans for Newaygo women in 2019.  For more information, contact Mary Beth directly.

True Woman 101:  Divine Design, has been postponed until April (following the Peace Initiative study).  Be watching for details later.

Women:  Looking to join small groups, Bible studies, mentoring, or volunteer opportunities? We have many exciting groups starting soon, contact the office for more information. 

Trinity Kids’ Volunteers Needed:   Between snowbirds, changing FSU schedules, and health issues, our nurseries and Preschool program schedule looks a little like Swiss cheese. We NEED team members to serve once or twice a month in nursery (ages birth-2) and preschool (ages 3-K).  Please stop by CM guide desk and give us your information and we will get you on board.  Dates needed:   Jan 27 (2 nursery, 4 preschool), Feb 2 (2 nursery), Feb 10 (2 Nursery, 4 preschool),  Feb 17 (1 Nursery, 2 Preschool), Feb 24 (1 Nursery, 6 Preschool)

Volunteers Needed for Vertical Classes:   Are you passionate about God’s Word? Do you want to teach the Truth of Scripture to the next generation of believers in a small group setting? If so, Powerhouse Student Ministries is in need of volunteers to help with Sunday morning Vertical classes for 6th-8th grade students! We meet during second service in the Outback where we have breakfast together, dive into the truth of God’s Word, and apply it to our lives. Talk to Trevor or Andrew for more information.

Women’s Ministry Nursery Volunteers:  Volunteers are a huge blessing to moms with small children who would otherwise not be able to attend a Bible study, small group, or be mentored by an older woman. The Women’s Ministry has a huge NEED for nursery volunteers with many opportunities of varying days and times to choose from pending your availability. Contact the office for more details. (You will need to go through the Caring for Kids screening process.)

 Missions Committee Need:  The Missions Committee is in need of a secretary. If you have secretarial skills and a heart for missions, we would love to chat with you about our open position.  Please contact the Big Rapids  Church office at 796-2600 for more information. 

Baby Bottle Boomerang:  Life Resources of Northern Michigan and Insight Pregnancy Serves are local, life-affirming ministries. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.  By filling a baby bottle with your spare change, you are taking a stand for LIFE. Baby bottles are available today in the foyer. Return filled bottles to the church NO LATER than Sunday, February 10. 

Community Announcements

 Moms in Prayer:  Schools are back in session and women are coming together in prayer for their children and schools. We invite you to join us! There are groups praying for several area schools including Ferris State University. Find out more by going to www.MomsInPrayer.org.

SLD Read, a nonprofit that serves those who struggle with reading, needs an office volunteer for 4 to 6 hours a week. It would be helpful if he/she had experience with copy machines and Microsoft Word and Excel.

Mecosta/Osceola Right to Life, Inc. is once again sponsoring an oratory contest for high school (grades 9-12) students.  The participants are to research, write and present a 5-7 minute speech on abortion, euthanasia, infanticide or stem cell research/cloning.  The contest date is March 12 with an application deadline of March 1.  A copy of the speech is due March 6.  There are cash awards for participants and for first, second and third place finishers.  The first place winner will advance to the state contest on April 27.  For more information, contact the TFEFC office.

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