Just a friendly reminder that mission conference is next week! As we set our heart for God’s Mission, let us take time to discover the traits of the Holy Spirit. In Isaiah 11:1-2 we read this,
Out of the stump of David’s family will grow a shoot—
yes, a new Branch bearing fruit from the old root.
2 And the Spirit of the Lord will rest on him—
the Spirit of wisdom and understanding,
the Spirit of counsel and might,
the Spirit of knowledge and the fear of the Lord.
In today’s reading from the book of Isaiah, we learn about God’s heart for the remnant of Israel. Remnant means what is left of a community after it faced suffering. Throughout history, God’s people have faced persecution. Whether from nations or people groups, God’s people need prayer. In knowing this, let us unite and pray for God’s people. That they will bear the fruits of His Spirit: wisdom, understanding, counsel, might, knowledge, and the fear for the Lord.
E2 NEWS overview
- E2 this Saturday – BYOB!
- Wanted: Volleyball Players
- CM Missions Conference Scholarships
- SYATP 9/25
- SJCAC Missions Conference 9/20-22
- Parents Corner:
- Free Parent Seminar
- Student Medical Info Update
9/14 E2 Fellowship
9/21 No E2: Missions Conference
9/28 – Volunteer Training, 9am-11:30am
– E2 Large Group Fellowship
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10/5 E2 Fellowship
10/12 E2 Fellowship
10/19 E2 Fellowship
10/26 E2 Large Group Fellowship
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11/2 E2 Fellowship
11/9 E2 Fellowship
11/16 E2 Fellowship
11/23 No E2: Thanksgiving Dinner
11/30 No E2: 5th week
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E2 this Saturday!
As our E2 Fellowship spends time in small groups and looking into the Word of God, we want to remind all youth to ‘BYOB’ (bring your own Bible). We have a limited supply of Bibles on hand for those that do not currently own one. See you all on Saturday!
Wanted: Volleyball Players
There is still some slots open for our different volleyball teams:
2 slots – Recreational team
1 slot – Intermediate Lower team
3 slots- Intermediate Middle team
3 slots- Intermediate Upper team
Children’s Ministry Missions Conference Scholarships
As Mission Conference approaches the Children Ministry is looking for dedicated and committed youth to assist leaders on Friday night, Saturday morning and/or Saturday night. For each session you will be given a scholarship that may go toward retreats or Summer Youth Outreach.
This Mission’s Conference we are focusing on sharing testimonies of why God sends us out into the world. We will have sharings from those who have gone out on STM’s this past summer into the different parts of the world.
Date and Time:
9/28 Friday Night (10 person limit)
6:00pm Dinner // 6:45pm – 9:45pm Session
9/29 Saturday Morning (3 person limit)
8:30am Breakfast // 8:45am – 12:30pm Session
9/29 Saturday Night (10 person limit)
5:30pm Dinner // 6:00pm – 9:30pm Session
Dinner and Breakfast is FREE for all helpers! Please arrive earlier if you want dinner.
Please note sign ups are first come, first served! Thanks! If you have any further questions, please contact Leonora Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
SYATP (See You At The Pole)
See You At The Pole for 2019 is on Wednesday, September 25th (early morning before classes start). Around the globe, students meet at flagpoles to pray for their schools, friends, community and nation. Check with your school, friends, or Christian club about details for meeting time. SYATP is a student-led event and if you would like more info, go to:
Sep. 20 – Sep. 22
Just a friendly reminder that Missions Conference is coming up! We will have three workshops on Saturday morning for the whole family with these topics so save the date!
- The New Face of Alliance Missions (Speaker – Tim Meier)
- The CPD’s Involvement with Missions (Speaker – Tim Agnello)The Central Pacific District is our central hub for SJCAC including other churches in Northern California, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and Guam.
- Planning for Today and That Day (Speaker – Joe Petrone)
Free Parent Seminar
Feeding the Mouth That Bites You
Wed. September 18, 7:00 p.m.
Cabot Theater @ The King’s Academy
Dr. Ken Wilgus, a well-know Christian licensed psychologist from Dallas, knows parenting teens can be hard! Well-meaning, loving, and motivated parents often struggle with their teenagers – in part because of cultural influences. Dr. Wilgus clearly outlines his method for safely and effectively meeting this need: Planned Emancipation. Once parents clearly understand adolescents’ needs and know how to respond, parenting a teenager becomes much less frustrating. Even their teenagers join in to help out! Don’t miss this practical and helpful seminar.
This event is free and open to the public, so please share this information with family and friends!
Student Medical Info Update
Parents, we want to let you know that in a few weeks, we will be sending an email with instructions to update and confirm your student’s information in our records. We compiled this information from past waiver and registration forms submitted to the Youth Ministry for each of your students.
Once you receive an email from Elvanto, our church database, be sure to check and/or correct the information and save.
Thank you for your assistance on this. Please know that your family’s information is kept private and will only be used for SJCAC purposes.