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Sunday Services:  The message series on the book of Daniel resumes this Sunday, January 13th.  Pastor Torrey’s message will be “Proper Perspectives on Prophecy”, and you can read Daniel 7 in preparation for the message. 

Communion and Benevolence Fund:  In 2019, Benevolence Fund donations will always be collected on the first Sunday of the month.  Communion will be celebrated once a month, but it will not always be on the first Sunday of the month.

His Hands Ministry Focus:  All Benevolence funds collected during the month of January will be put towards our His Hands ministry at South Ridge Elementary.  Please write “His Hands” in the memo line of the check or on the offering envelope.

Community Groups:  Sign up to be part of a Community Group here.  Community Groups resume meeting the week of January 13th.  

Creekside Blood Drive:  Bonfils has changed its name to Vitalant, and their Bloodmobile will be in Creekside’s parking lot on Sunday, January 27th.  Appointments are available from 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.  You can make an appointment at donors.bonfils.org (use site code A847), by calling 303-363-2300, or in the foyer this Sunday.  January is a month when blood supplies tend to be lower because of fewer donations over the holidays.  Please prayerfully consider this opportunity to save a life by donating blood on the 27th.

Welcome Dessert:  Sunday, January 27th, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Fellowship with others new to Creekside, meet our pastors, learn more about the church, and enjoy delicious desserts.  Childcare will be provided.  Please RSVP here by January 24th.

New Our Daily Bread Devotionals:  The large-print editions (January–March) that were delivered last month were printed with articles from 2018.  Our Daily Bread Ministries has sent new January–March devotionals, and we encourage you to pick up a corrected devotional at Connections.

Church Office:  Office hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.  Call 303-688-3745 if you have questions or want to speak to a staff member. 

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Kids’ Ministry Volunteers Needed:  If you are willing and able to volunteer in 2nd–3rd grade during the 1st service or 4th–6th grade during 2nd service, please contact Madeline Tucker at kids@creeksidebible.com.

Nursery Volunteers Needed:  Are you looking for a place to serve?  Please consider becoming a regular teacher in the Preschool room of the nursery.  We need two helpers to serve twice a month.  If you can help, contact Karyn Hoffman at nursery@creeksidebible.com

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Hope in the Midst of Despair – Suicide Prevention Training:  Larry Schembri will chair a panel discussion at Calvary Church (1100 Caprice Drive, Castle Rock) on Monday, January 14th, from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Wise and experienced counselors and other professionals will help us understand and manage the pain students are experiencing that could lead to depression, cutting, or suicide.  Parents, youth volunteers, and students are all invited to attend this event.

Wednesday Nights:  The youth group will meet on January 16th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

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Men’s Ministry News:  There will be no Men’s Breakfast on January 12th because the Men’s Ministry team has planned a special event that afternoon.  Join us from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. as we play corn-hole and take in some football.   Men (16 and over) are invited to attend, and dinner will be provided.   Signing up here will help us plan the meal, but please come even if you have not signed up.

Seniors’ Luncheon: Saturday, January 12th, at noon.  If you are 60+, come to Creekside the 2nd Saturday of the month for lunch, fellowship and a devotional.  All seniors in Castle Rock and surrounding communities are welcome.

9:00 a.m. Adult Bible Class:  The Apologetics Class begins a new study on Sunday, January 13th.  “Thinking Like a Christian” will examine how a Biblical worldview should impact every area of our lives including ethics, politics, biology, etc.  The study will also help us discover how our worldview can be infected and influenced by false views of reality.

Women’s Prayer Retreat:   Saturday, January 19th, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.  We will gather at the home of Margaret Nordberg, uniting around the Word, waiting on the Lord in a time of renewal and restoration with prayer and fasting. Please sign up here if you plan to attend. Contact women@creeksidebible.com for more information.

Women’s Spring Bible Studies:  The Tuesday morning Bible Study begins meeting on January 22nd from 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.  The ladies will do the Beth Moore study “Living Beyond Yourself:  Exploring the Fruit of the Spirit”.  The books are $16 each.  Please sign up here by January 20th (or by January 15th if you would like us to purchase a book for you) and let us know if you will need childcare.  The Thursday evening group resumes their study of Colossians tonight.  The group meets in the south modular (Room #700) from 7:00–8:30 p.m., and childcare is not provided.

MOPS and MOMSnext meet at Creekside twice a month on Wednesday mornings from 9:30—11:30 a.m., and childcare is provided.  Their next meeting will be on January 23rd, and you can register here.

M I S S I O N S   A N D   O U T R E A C H

Desserts Needed:  A team from Creekside serves a meal to low-income and homeless people on the third Sunday of every month at Open Door Fellowship in Denver.  Dessert donations for Sunday, January 20th, would be much appreciated.  Please put the dessert in the church kitchen and label it “Open Door”. If you would like to help serve the meal, contact missions@creeksidebible.com.

A Thank You from Franklin Graham:  I want to express my gratitude for the gift sent to Samaritan’s Purse from Creekside Bible Church designated for Hurricane Florence relief.  Your partnership makes a real difference as we help hurting people in Jesus’ Name.  Our disaster relief teams have recently finished the initial response to the historic rainfall and devastating flooding, assisting over 2,000 families with cleaning up debris, tearing out waterlogged materials, removing trees, and tarping damaged roofs.  We have identified two areas in North Carolina and one in South Carolina where we will now be making repairs or rebuilding homes that were destroyed.  Join us in praying that many volunteers will come alongside us in the new year to help families be able to return home.

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