Missions Team food drive is July 22
Community Church’s Kelly Frankiewicz will lead the message on the book of Mark chapter 6 this Sunday, July 18. The sermon title is “Having Compassion for Those without a Shepherd.” There are many opportunities believers have in their everyday lives to share the love of Christ. May each believer’s words, action and even thoughts be a monument of honor to God.
Kelly is a dedicated volunteer with the Red Cross and has been deployed all over the country to bring the compassion of Jesus to those in immediate need.
The missions team is hosting a drive-up canned food drive on Thursday, July 22, from 9 a.m.-noon. LWers are asked to purchase or bring non-perishable food items to donate. People will be greeted at their cars by a missions team member. All food donations will be delivered to local food banks.
Community Church is a place where everything is designed with the first-time participant in mind. Those who have not felt welcome in church or have never participated in church before are welcome to come.
As Orange County continues to emerge from the pandemic, Community Church invites everyone to participate based on their personal comfort, either virtually on Zoom and Facebook or in person for those who are vaccinated.
The sanctuary is open for those who are vaccinated, and those who either cannot come physically or are on vacation can join virtually on Facebook.
The Delta variant of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Long Beach, which means it could also turn up in Seal Beach. Current guidance is to wear masks while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Those who are vaccinated are welcome to join Community Church services in person.
Those who missed last week’s message can find it on Facebook.