It was so good to see an almost full parking lot this past Sunday. Hopefully, in the coming months, our parking lot will be full. That will be a great day! The in-person attendance at the weekly Bible studies is growing. It’s such a good feeling to be worshiping with others. Come and bring a friend! You’ll be blessed!
Our Seekers Committee has been working on our two and five year plans. It’s important that we bring younger families and youth into our church in order to be a growing, thriving church. We’re open to any suggestions you might have on how we can accomplish this goal.
We’ve learned that face to face contact is a great way to reach others. Invite your friends and acquaintances to visit our church. We’ve had visitors the last couple of Sundays. If you sit near visitors let them know you’re glad they chose to visit with us. They may not see the smile on your lips but they can see the smile in your eyes.
If you’re wondering what you might do to help increase our numbers think about volunteering as a door greeter. A greeter is the first friendly face and voice people see and
hear when entering the church. Greeting can be very rewarding. If you’re interested in greeting let us know.
Leo F. Buscaglia spoke to how the small things we do can be so important to others. This is one my favorites:
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”
Peace be with you!
***If you’re interested in being a Greeter, see Bev Anthony***
By Bev Anthony, Elder