Dear Church,

We are entering a very important season of ministry in the life of our church. Thank you to all of you who volunteered to serve our region during Eight Days of Hope. What an opportunity to serve people with the love of Christ! If you are serving on a Sunday we ask that you come to church first and then go and serve. Eight Days of Hope is set up to receive you after church and I promise to get you out the doors on time. We can’t make our ministry happen on Sunday morning without you.

Overcoming Loss – My wife Angela and her friend Lesli Westfall are excited to lead a night of conversation and coffee for women on the topic “Overcoming Loss.” Everyone goes through seasons of loss. Let’s talk about how to overcome when life turns upside down. The event is open to all women in the 4B area. Invite anyone you want but make sure you register online at 9 at 6:30 PM.

What is your story? We would like to hear your story about how God is at work in your life. If you would be willing to share that with us so that we might glorify God by telling your story either in print media, video, or in an interview on a Sunday morning click this link and share your story with us…What’s Your Story?

Save the Date. April 22 is our Annual Bay Area Family Gathering. This night is to celebrate the work of God this past year and to communicate important vision elements for the future. If you want to be “in the know” and postured to take part in the future of Bay Area Church, you need to attend the Bay Area Family Gathering. You will hear a report from our elders, vote on the new budget, remember God’s work through us this year via stories, and look forward to launching ministry into the 4B area off of our main campus. I know you will be informed and inspired. Don’t miss it.

The passage for Sunday is Ephesians 4:1-16 if you want to prepare. Have a great rest of your week. TIME CHANGE THIS WEEKEND!