On May 20 we’ll begin an 8 week sermon series called Faith that Works! We sometimes wonder how faith can
help us with our daily struggles and challenges. Using powerful illustration from the Bible and daily experience,
we’ll examine the practical side of Christian discipleship and explore new paths to victorious living. Coming soon: Encouraging Others (May 20) and Coaching Your Kids (May 27).
Come kick off summer with a fajita dinner bbq’d by Michael Christie, games for the whole family and the 2nd annual Watermelon Eating Contest! Advance ticket sales will be Sunday, May 20 in the breezeway,
Wednesday, May 23 at PEAK dinner and Sunday, May 27 in the breezeway. Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for kids 13 and younger. Ticket purchased at the picnic will be $8 for adults and $5 for kids. Hot dogs will be
available for kids. Bring your chairs, blankets and a dessert to share; we will provide the rest. Contact Michele Fernandez, firstname.lastname@example.org.
All able-bodied men are invited to participate. We’ll be building a house in a barrio on the eastern outskirts
of Tijuana, Mexico for a family living in extreme poverty. Make sure to get your passport early. Contact
Greg Wolflick, 818-957-1032.
Mark your calendars and save your blood donations for the Deacons Blood Drive, Sunday, June 10.
Note: a person may donate every 56 days. Sign-up between services in the breezeway.
Save the dates! High school youth and adults (especially medical professionals!) are invited to participate
June 16-25, 2018. This trip is an outreach to Haitian immigrants living in the Dominican Republic. This year’s
construction team will be repairing and improving the homes of several families living in poverty in the barrio
of KM 6. The medical team will be doing remedial healthcare in sugar cane plantation villages and a prison.
Cost is $1,230. Deadline for a $300 deposit and registration is January 29. Brochures and registration forms are
available in the narthex and main office, and at www.lcpc.net.