Order of Worship

9:30

Prelude
O Worship the King
Affirmation of Faith
Come, Thou Almighty King
Lord, I Need You
Pastoral Prayer
Scripture Reading: Hebrews 1:1-4
Announcements
Music
Pastor Bob’s Message: “The Great High Priest”
Rejoice, The Lord Is King
Postlude

11:00

Prelude
O Worship the King
Affirmation of Faith
See the Light
Lord, I Need You
Pastoral Prayer
Responsive Reading: Hebrews 1:1-4
Announcements
Music
Pastor Bob’s Message: “The Great High Priest”
You Are My King (Amazing Love)
Postlude

Announcements

Creation Care Energy Workshops: We are offering a workshop that demonstrates easy ways to reduce your energy consumption – good for the environment and good for your personal budget. The workshop will be led by local energy experts who will demonstrate how this is easily achievable. The workshop will be offered four times, on Oct. 20, 24, 27, and Nov. 7. Click here to sign up!

Pumpkin Trail: Parents and grandparents, if you have kiddos from infants up through 5th grade, bring the family to our Pumpkin Trail on Saturday, Oct. 23! Between 3 and 5pm, we’ll have a free photo station, trick-or-treat trail, and pumpkin patch for you to enjoy! We’ll have a pumpking for each child in 5th grade or younger to take. Costumes are optional. Please RSVP to Leah at leahwooden [at] gmail.com.

Support missions locally, nationally, and internationally! All funding for Christ Community Missions comes from your faith-promise pledge and not from the general budget or offering. The 2022 Missions budget will be set by the amount of faith-promise pledges received by Nov. 14th this year. Please prayerfully consider pledging to support CCC missions in 2022—click here to make a pledge!

Wheeler Mission Clothes Drive: Each semester, our elementary kids focus on people or organizations who serve others. This semester, they are focusing on Wheeler Mission right here in Bloomington and invite you to join them in donating clothing! Donations of new socks and underwear and new/gently-used clothing, shoes, coats, or jackets in men’s and women’s sizes will be accepted Oct. 17-24. Collection bins are located at the Welcome Center.

Senior Adult Ministry (SAM): Please join us in the Gathering Space on Thursday, Oct 21 at 1:30. Our special guest will be Jennie Hession, CCC member and elder. She will share her unique life as college basketball player, Executive Director for Youth for Christ, and Sorority Mother (housing director). All are welcome to attend! The SAM group meets the 1st, 3rd, and usually 5th Thursday of each month at 1:30pm.

“Why Christianity Is Good for Science” Trinity Fellowship lecture by Dr. Ted Davis and panel discussion, Oct. 29 at 7:00pm. How do we understand the relationship between Christianity and science? Warfare? Partnership? Dr. Davis suggests the Christian faith fill in the picture of the world coming from the sciences. Christianity, according to Dr. Davis, can help us achieve a deeper understanding of the world and how we should understand it. Biblical faith offers both a powerful motive for investigating nature and a foundation for the very possibility of scientific knowledge. Visit TFIU.org.

Baptism Sunday, Oct. 31: If you are interested in being baptized during worship on Oct. 31 or in talking with a pastor about baptism, please contact the church office to schedule a chat.

Women’s ACG: “Great Is Thy Faithfulness: A Hymn Study”. Ladies, join us for an eight-week study on some of the church’s classic hymns. We will look at the stories behind them, the scriptures that inspired them, and the promises to be gleaned from them.  No book or outside study required—just come, listen, discuss, and get to know other Christ Community Women. Beginning Oct. 17 at 9:30am in Rm. 17.

Continue the Conversation: Starting Monday, Oct. 11, a group will meet to discuss the book The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation by pastor and ex-NFL player Miles McPherson (available for $10 at our Welcome Center). The book is an optimistic call to a better way, a way of “honoring the priceless value of God’s image in every person.” Meeting in Rm. 18 from 7:00 to 8:30pm.

Walk For Life: Walk for Life The Hannah Center’s 35th annual Walk for Life will take place on October 16. This year, walkers have the option to participate either in-person or virtually. Visit www.hannahcenter.org/walk for more information.

Middle School Girls Bible Study: Hey girls in grades 6-8! Come hang out, play games, and study God’s word together! Girls are welcome to come to any or all of our meetings: Mark your calendars for 3-5pm on Saturdays, 10/23, 11/20, and 12/11 this semester. Contact Anne at annethies14 [at] gmail.com with any questions.

International Conversation Café: Come enjoy coffee, tea, and conversation with American and international friends, discussing common vocabulary and topics related to life and culture in the U.S.  Meeting 7:30-8:45pm on Mondays in Rm. 17. To learn more about attending or requesting a ride, go to iubism.org! Americans, contact Amy Morgan to volunteer. (Drivers are especially needed!)

Groups for Women:  A few groups are up and running! We have Bible studies meeting Tuesdays at 9:30am and Fridays at 9:30am. Moms of kids up through elementary age, be sure to check out Mom’s Rest Stop on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:30am! Get the details on groups for women.

Adult Community Groups: ACGs provide a wonderful opportunity to connect with others, enjoy fellowship, and learn in community. This fall, we will offer one Sunday morning ACG at 9:30am and one at 11:00am. While the topics are different in each hour, most topics repeat at both hours during the course of the 2021-2022 year. See what’s coming up!

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