March 22 - Kinnaird Park Community Church


March 22 - Kinnaird Park Community Church
Kinnaird Park Community Church
1250 26th St., Castlegar BC, V1N 4C9
Church office: 250.365.3430 Web: Office Email: [email protected] Welcome to Kinnaird Park
Community Church
March 22, 2015 @ 10:00am
Preaching Today: Pastor Rob
Hebrews 6:4-12
Please join us for refreshments today after the service.
PRAYER - Everyone Welcome!
Tuesdays @ 9:00 - 10:15 am in the library
Sundays @ 6 - 7pm Prayer Chain: If you have a prayer request or
would like your name to be added to the prayer
chain, please email Theresa Roberts at
[email protected]
Prayer Room: This room is open during office hours and available to anyone for private
use. It is located behind the break doors adjacent to the office.
Intercessory Prayer Team: We are available to take requests and to meet with you for
prayer. Completely confidential. Contact Marilyn York @ 250.365.6355.
Prayer for the Antignani family as they mourn the loss of Vince Antignani and
celebrate his journey home.
Prayer for Andrea Davidoff who lost her father recently.
Prayer for Kathy’s landlord with recurring cancer, and for her friend’s son who is
in ciritical condition after a stabbing in Surrey.
Morris’ brother came out of surgery well. The Yorks thank you for your prayers.
Prayer for RCMP families in Castlegar in light of recent events.
Donna Zurwick - who has ongoing health concerns. Please keep the Schapp family in prayer as they settle in Nanaimo and for Ellie
who lost her sister recently.
Prayer for healing for Heather Snauwaert who is dealing with health issues.
Prayer for the Steve Bate as he prepares for a kidney transplant (the son healed
up well)
Prayer for those who have lost loved ones this past year: Kathy Papp, Dan
Davidoff, Fogal family, Genero family (Bill’s sister, Juliet’s brother and uncle). For the sale of Rob & Marianne’s cabin in Kamloops.
Lead Pastor - Rob Scott
Youth Pastor - Jake McFaddin
Intern - Courtenay Snauwaert
Office Staff - Roxanne Fitchett
Custodian - Theresa Roberts Facilities Coordinator - Al Ricard
March 15, 2015 Gen Offering YTD YTD Gen Offering/
2015 Budget
Please join us for the following Easter weekend services as we reflect on and
celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus. Good Friday Inter-church Service - April 3 @ 6pm at KPCC (childcare
Easter Sunday - April 5 @ 10am. We will also celebrate this special day with a
Mar. 22 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 12 Apr. 22-24
Care Home Service @ Castleview
Junior Youth @ 6-7:30
Child/Youth worker training
Good Friday service
Easter Sunday Celebration!
Talarico Care Home Service
IMPACT (FEB Pacific Conference)
Sunday Morning - The Preschool class will continue to be open and supervised. The
elementary age class (K-Gr. 4), however, will take a break today (Mar. 15) and next
Suday with learning packs and a table available at the back of the sanctuary. KPJY will continue to meet on Thursdays at 6-7:30 with the exception of March 19.
KPY - Pastor Jake has activities planned and will post events on facebook.
There is an immediate opening for a coordinator of the KPKIds Elementary class.
Please see Roxanne if you feel led to minister to this age group.
We would like to have a baptism ceremony on Easter Sunday this year. If you feel called
ot take this next step in your faith please talk to Pastor Rob to arrange a time to meet.
Pastor Jake is doing an important and mandatory training session for all those who work
with children and youth in the church. It includes Preschool, KPKids, Junior Youth, KPY,
and Soccer Camp volunteers. If you cannot attend please speak to Jake so that he can
make alternative arrangements. We will meet after the Sunday service on March 29.
Lunch will be provided.
The job jar is a list of all the repair and maintenance projects that need someone to take
ownership of and commit to its completion. If you have experience as an electrician,
plumber, in carpentry, painting or just willing to help out with general labour, then this is
for you. Norm would love to meet with you after the service in the library today.
March 22, 2015
Rick Osborne has compiled and combined the prayers for the churches he
ministered to. Consider this as a tool for how we should pray for each other
and the extended church. May God bless the entire body as we bring each
other before Him.
Paul’s Prayers For The Churches I thank you Father that You have
rescued us from the domain of
darkness and transferred us into the
kingdom of Your Son who You love.
We have redemption, the
forgiveness of sins, in Him. I thank
You for the grace given to us in
Christ Jesus, that by Him we are
enriched in everything — in all
speech and all knowledge and in this
way, the testimony about Christ is
confirmed in our lives, and we do not
lack any spiritual gift. We ask You glorious Father, to give us a spirit of wisdom
and revelation in the knowledge of Jesus; that the perception of our minds may
be enlightened so we may know what is the hope of Jesus' calling, what are
the glorious riches of His inheritance among the saints, and what is the
immeasurable greatness of His power to us who believe, according to the
working of Your vast strength. Please grant us according to the riches of His
glory, to be strengthened with power in our inner man through Your Spirit, that
the Messiah may dwell in our hearts through faith. We pray that we, being
rooted and firmly established in love, may be able to comprehend with all the
saints what is the length and width, height and depth of Your love, and to know
the Messiah’s love that surpasses knowledge, so we may be filled with all of
Your fullness. We pray that our love will keep on growing in knowledge and every kind of
discernment, so that we can approve the things that are superior and can be
pure and blameless in the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness
that comes through Jesus Christ for Your glory and praise. We also ask that we
may be filled with the knowledge of Your will in all wisdom and spiritual
understanding, so that we may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to Him,
bearing fruit in every good work and growing in the knowledge of God. That we
may be strengthened with all power, according to Your glorious might, for all
endurance and patience, with joy always giving thanks to You, who has
enabled us to share in the saints inheritance in the light.
We thank You for loving us and giving us eternal encouragement and good
hope by grace, Please continue to encourage our hearts and strengthen us in
every good work and word; so that our participation in the faith may become
effective through knowing every good thing that is in us for the glory of Christ;
so that we will be worthy of Your calling, and by Your power, fulfill every desire
for goodness and every work of faith, so that the name of our Lord Jesus will
be glorified by us, and us by Him, according to Your grace. Please Father,
sanctify us completely and strengthen us to the end; so that our spirit, soul,
and body are kept sound and blameless for the coming of our Lord Jesus
Christ. You who called us are faithful, and You will do it, so that we can stand
mature and fully assured in everything You will. We thank you that You are able
to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to Your power that
works in us — to You be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all
generations, forever and ever. Amen.
(1 Corinthians 1:4-9, Ephesians 1:15-19, Ephesians 3:14-21, Philippians 1:3-6,
Philippians 1:9-11, Colossians 1:9-14, Colossians 4:12, 1 Thessalonians
5:23-24, 2 Thessalonians 1:11-12, 2 Thessalonians 2:16-17, Philemon 1:6)
Community Group Questions, March 22, 2015
1. Are there any parts of the Bible you have difficulty understanding?
2. Family Question: What would you like to know about God? Ask any
question you want.
3. Read Hebrews 6: 4-12
4. What is “impossible” according to verse 4? What does that mean?
5. How would you describe the people in verses 4-6?
6. The author uses verses 7-8 to illustrate verses 4-6, what does this add to
our understanding of the whole passage?
7. Does this passage suggest that a person can turn their back on God and
lose his/her salvation?
8. What additional explanation should we add to this?
9. Verse 9 then speaks directly to the recipients of the letter, how are they
described, what do we know about them?
10. As you read verses 9-12 what application do we have to follow as a result
of studying this passage?
11. Discuss together how we might discover more about the passages
mentioned in question #1.
12. Pray together for spiritual growth, discernment and understanding.
Consider the Pastor in Print from Sunday.

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