• Beginning on June 6, we will return to one worship service. It will begin at 10:00 am, preceded by Bible Classes for all ages at 9:00 am. A Wednesday Adult/Teen Bible Study will begin on June 9 at 7:00 pm.
• We will have a baptism service on Sunday, June 13 at 4:00 pm. Five people have expressed interest in being baptized. If you would also like to express your faith in Christ through baptism, please contact Pastor Marlin. The service will be held at the Jon Anderson home in Babbitt. Prior to the baptism service, we will hold a baptism class on Sunday, June 6 after the worship service, for those being baptized.
• If your small group study or LOAF group community would like to clean up our section of Highway 135, as a ministry, see Pastor Marlin for information from the state.
• Deeper Life Bible Camp Reminders
Counselor/Staff Prep Weekend: June 18-20
The deadline to register for 11-12th grade camp is June 13!
Our church has scholarships available. See Pastor Marlin.
• If you would like to help coordinate the Nursery Ministry, see Pastor Marlin for information. In the meantime, there will be a sign-up sheet on the nursery door for those who want to serve as nursery workers and have had their background checks approved and served as a volunteer previously.
• We would like to restart the Greeter Ministry. If interested in coordinating a greeter’s schedule, see Pastor Marlin. There will also be a greeter sign-up sheet near the bulletin table.
• The June/July/August edition of Our Daily Bread is now available. Pick one up for yourself or give one as a gift.
Our Haitian missionary, Pastor St. Luc Noel, has had major health issues the past year. Recently he reported, “We are very good. I keep myself busy now because God has put me back on my feet! I travel to our churches; and also we had revival in one of our churches.” Pastor St. Luc thanks all his brothers and sisters at the EFCE Church for praying for him. He said “Thank you so much! Glory to God! God already blessed me by the prayers of the body of Christ. One body. One Spirit. God already touched me! He did a miracle and wonder on my body!” Although feeling significantly better, Pastor St. Luc reported that he still needs to go to monthly medical checkups.
In regard to the civil unrest in Haiti, Pastor St. Luc said the nation is “really crazy right now.” He repeatedly asked for prayer for the referendum and the election. He prayed for “good men to take care of Haiti.” He commented how things are expensive and life is not easy in Haiti, but “I can continue to stand behind the pulpit again. Praise the Lord! I am so excited!”
Thank you for your continued prayers!