August means: respected and impressive, distinguished, eminent, venerable, celebrated, exalted, prestigious, renowned, hallowed, honored, acclaimed, esteemed, great, important, lofty, noble, imposing, impressive, awe-inspiring, stately, grand, dignified- according to Google.
Sounds just like God, the most august Person you will ever meet! And yes, you can meet Him!
If you haven't already, or even if you have, the month of August might be the perfect time to get to know him, or know him better!
Start with silence. "Be still and know that I am God" Psalm 46:10
Take some time this month to be quiet, and get to know our wonderful God. For the first time, or just once again.
Have a great/august month!
Sundays - Every Sunday: Worship is at 10:30 am.
8/6 - Communion Sunday
8/20 - Cowboy Breakfast at 9 am, Outdoor Worship at 10:30 am. Bruce and Ginny's home.
Wednesdays - Every Wednesday:
Sanctuary open for prayer and reflection - 6:30 - 8 PM.
Bible Study - 6:30 - 8 PM - Fellowship Room.
No Explorers this month.
Thursdays - 8/3 - Church Board Meeting - 7 PM - Fellowship Room
8/24 - Community Dinner - 5:30 PM - Poplar Grove Church - come to help and/or eat.
Saturdays - 8-12 All-area, all church unity picnic 1-4pm YMCA Camp Winnebago; picnic lunch, archery, climbing wall, inflatables, fellowship, new friends, much more! (Camp Winnebago is at 5804 n. Main St. , Rockford)
Cowboy Breakfast and Outdoor Worship - Please join us at 9 am at Bruce and Ginny's for a outdoor cowboy breakfast on Sunday August 20. Plan on staying there for worship outside at 10:30 am. Their address is 1980 North Boone School Rd. If you can not come for breakfast, be sure to come for worship. Great time to invite a friend! If you want to help with the food, please sign up on the sheet in the fellowship room. Wear your favorite cowboy boots, shirt and/or hat! Please bring your own lawn chairs if possible. Some chairs available.
Thanks - Sisters in Spirit and Service would like to thank everyone who donated receiving blankets to Friends of the Children. What a blessing to be able to send these to Haiti!