5/20, Corrie ten Boom Presentation (6pm)
Tickets: $5/individual or $10/family. Purchase your tickets HERE.
During World War 2, Corrie ten Boom and her family worked with the Dutch Underground to help save Jews and others who were being hunted by the Nazi’s. Through their work, the lives of over 800 Jewish people were saved. The Ten Booms were betrayed, arrested, and sent to prison.
After the war, Corrie set out to share her message of forgiveness. Hear Corrie’s inspiring story, told in her own words from her autobiography, “The Hiding Place”.
Adult Bible Fellowships follow the morning service and a brief time of fellowship. The following classes will be offered June 3rd-August 5th.
1-2-1 Bible Reading: A hands-on approach to reading the Bible with others
(Pastor Jeff Wood, Hospitality Room 108)
Nehemiah – Principles for Building Teamwork
(Pastor Scott Owen, Conference Room 139)
Message Follow Up: Nine Questions About God
(Pastor Will Hatfield, Auditorium)
Uncomfortable Unity: Awkward and essential challenges in Christian Love and Community
(Nick Bal , Room 131)
Recommended Books: Cross-Cultural Servanthood, Duane Elmer and Uncomfortable, Brett McCracken
IRBC Youth Summer Camps
IRBC Youth Summer Camps Online Registration Deposit
In order to attend camp with CBC, please include the $25 non-refundable deposit and camp registration form to the church office by May 6, 2018. Payment may be by check submitted to the church office ($25 made payable to CBC). If the camper has earned scholarship money through AWANA or Youth Group, that amount will be given to the church office and you will be notified of the remaining balance for camp. All monies are due to church office before the start of camp the child will be attending:
Junior Boys (grades 3-6), full payment due by June 3, 2018.
Junior Girls (grades 3-6), full payment due by June 10, 2018.
Junior High (grades 7-9), full payment due by July 1, 2018.
Senior High (grades 10-2018 grads), full payment due by July 15, 2018.