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 Thursday, March 19, 2015
Greetings!
Welcome to Canyon Lake Community Church's ConneXion. This is the place for you to learn about what is going on
at CLCC and her ministries.
GYM UPDATE
Thee acoustic material is installed on the
walls and looks great!
The new carpet installation is scheduled
for the week of March 30.
This Sunday
in the sanctuary
with Pastor Pete
8 a.m. ­ Classic Worship
9:30 a.m. ­ Contemporary Worship
11:00 a.m. ­ Traditional Worship
I hope you are all enjoying the
time we are spending celebrating
God's "Amazing Grace." This
week, we are going to be
blessed by having Scripture
remind us that this amazing grace
sees us through the difficulties in
life, the challenges in life, the
hurts in life and the "storms" in
life. Life is not an easy
experience. The journey isn't
always easy. But what I have
experienced and as have many of
you have as well, the Christian
faith is the only way to really live
because it is saturated in God's
amazing grace. The power of that
amazing grace has found me
through all of my past life and
gives me trust for the future.
Matthew 7:24­27 will be the
Scripture lesson for the morning.
This Sunday
in Threshold
with Pastor Thor
9:30 a.m. ­ in the gym
11:00 a.m. ­ in the gym
REACH KIDS l EQUIP LEADERS l
CHANGE THE WORLD
CLCC Awana is for boys and girls 1 year before kindergarten through High School
MARCH
APRIL
6
Journey
7
Cubbies ­ Trek
13
Journey
14
Cubbies ­ Trek (Awana Fair tickets earned)
20
Journey
23 Journey
21
Cubbies ­ Trek
(Awana Fair tickets earned)
24 Cubbies ­ Trek
25
Make­Up Day
30 NO JOURNEY
Easter Break
27
Journey
31 NO CUBBIES ­ TREK
Easter Break
28
Cubbies ­ Trek
AWANA FAIR
This Sunday in our Threshold
services, we are blessed to have
the Flake Family Singers share
the story behind the most well­
known hymn in the English­
speaking world ­ Amazing Grace.
This wonderful reminder of grace
will lead us into Sunday's
message on how to "Love Each
Other" as a body of believers. We
weren't baptized into a personal
relationship with Jesus alone. We
were baptized into a body. As
pastor Erik Raymond wrote in his
blog post, "Life in community with
sinners doesn't fit on a Hallmark
card. It's messy and pride­
exposing. It is anything but
easy. The difference here is
simply the word love."
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Meeting on Tuesday Mornings
Through June 9
10 a.m.
In the chapel
Contact Pastor Pete to sign up.
$crip at CLCC
$crip is available on the patio on
Sundays and in the office during
the week. You can purchase
$crip (gift cards) and part of your
purchase is used to support the
ministries of CLCC. Contact
Janine at (Ext. 200 or
[email protected])
for more information.
ConneXion in PDF
The current issue of The ConneXion is available on our
church's website
(www.canyonlakechurch.org).
You can find it on the Contact Us page. Just click on
the button to go to a PDF version
of the current issue.
Caregivers' Connection
Next meeting:
Monday, March 23
10 a.m. ­ 12 p.m.
In Room C6
FOCUS
What are among the ten leading reasons elderly people are sent to the hospital?
Falls? Pneumonia? Adverse reaction to medication? While strokes and heart
attacks might be what most think of as most likely to land their elderly charges
in the emergency room, other reasons are just as critical.
Find out what these reasons are on Monday, March 23, when Dr. Julie Zimmerer
speaks to the Caregivers' Connection group, which will meet that day from 10
a.m. to noon in room C6 at the Canyon Lake Community Church. Dr. Julie, who
many Canyon Lakers know through her chiropractic practice in the Towne
Center, learned first­hand the difficulties of hiring in­home caregivers when she
had to hire one to help her father with day­to­day activities after he developed
paraplegia following a stroke. It was that experience that prompted her to create
a new type of senior care ­ My Choice In­Home Care ­ which was named the
2014 Top Workplace by the Press­Enterprise.
Caregivers' Connection provides an opportunity for caregivers to share common
problems, needs and experiences as they offer around the clock care for their
husbands, wives or parents. Anyone caring for a loved one 24/7 for illnesses
such as dementia, Alzheimer's, stroke, heart issues or Parkinson's is welcome
to attend.
The group meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month. For more
information, contact the group's facilitator Jo Ann Wickerath (679­7736).
NEEDS FOR MARCH:
Toothpaste
Toothbrushes
Contact Us
Diana Oliver
Canyon Lake Community Church
30515 Railroad Canyon Rd.
Canyon Lake, CA 92587
951­244­1877, Ext. 205
Prayer Line
Each Sunday between services, our Children's and Student Ministries'
Departments sell doughnuts upstairs on the patio. The cost is $1.00 per
doughnut. The proceeds from these sales are used for the children and
students to earn money toward church functions (such as camps, mission
trips and youth activities). We appreciate your support for our kids!
CLCC's prayer line is updated
daily at 5:00 p.m. To reach the
prayer line, call (951) 244­1877
and press menu option #8.To add
a request to the prayer line, call
the office at (951) 244­1877, Ext.
200, or fill out a prayer card on
Sunday morning.
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Prayer Requests
Winnie Baughn (under hospice
care), Nan Woll (at Manor Care
in Hemet), Yvonne McKenzie
(diagnosed with lung cancer),
Marilyn Miles (cancer ­ she will
no longer be having treatments),
Margaret Gerrick (at Heritage
Home Care recovering from a
major stroke), Gary Carney (lung
cancer ­ at Loma Linda Med.
Center ­ prayer for he and his wife
Betsy for wisdom and God's
strength), Mike Summers
(cancer), Frank Friesen (cancer),
Diane Thornburg (cancer), Terry
Hartog (cancer), Dan Barachkov
(recovering from accident), Mike
Sorg (recovering from surgery),
Merle Bonnema (recovering from
surgery)
Paul Farel, a long­time member
of CLCC, passed away Tuesday
morning. Please keep Barbara in
your prayers. His memorial
service will be held Sunday,
March 29, in the chapel at 1 p.m.
with a reception to follow.
We extend our sympathy to
Carole Butler and family in the
home going of Pastor Ron. We
are grateful to Pastor Ron for his
leadership and contributions to
the church family for the past 19
years. His service will be
Saturday, March 21 at 1 p.m. in
the sanctuary.
We extend our sympathy to June
Naslund in the passing of her
son, Jeff.
Our prayers and sympathies are
extended to Roger & Chris
Spearman and family in the
sudden passing of Roger's father,
Dave.
There are several ways that you can give financially to CLCC. One is to
give during our mornings tithes and offering time on Sunday morning.
You can also go to our website and click on the "Online Giving" tab. You will
be directed by the site. You can give by credit card or check from the site.
Additionally, you can make gifts by using your banking institution's "bill pay"
option. Set up Canyon Lake Community Church as a payee and then make
your payment. The bank will mail your gift as a check to the church. Mainstream Sunday School meets at 9:30 a.m. in the
chapel. Howard Smith will be teaching.
RoVeRs' March Campout ­ March 25­27 at Lake Elsinore West
Marina and RV Resort. The cost is $123/couple and $117/single. Each extra person in an RV is $6.00. Visitors are welcome, but
should make a reservation if you plan to come on Wednesday. The
cost for that is $6.00. Thursday and Friday evening visitors should
bring a dish to share. For information, contact Carole Butler (244­
7825).
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For more information, call Marianne (244­1877, Ext. 209)
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Intercessory Prayer
Ministry
Our Intercessory Prayer Group is
seeking to update their military
prayer list. If you have a family
member actively serving, please
submit their name to Diana (244­
1877, Ext. 205 or [email protected]
lakechurch.org) so that they will
be included in the prayers of this
group.
THURSDAYS
1:30 p.m.
In the library
Men,
We will be combining our March and April Men's breakfasts when we gather
together on Saturday, April 4. Please plan to join us as we celebrate our
freedom in Christ and look forward to an Easter celebration.
PLEASE RSVP for both you and any friends that you will be inviting by
either replying to this email or calling Diana (244­1877, Ext. 205). We want to
make sure we are well prepared for the morning. Thank you!
SUNDAYS
8:30 a.m.
In the chapel
MARCH 18: MEETING IN ROOM C6.
Bill Allen will be teaching from Psalms 73­75
For more information, contact Rob Cascioli (301­6158).
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ENSENADA MISSIONS TRIP
Are you interested in helping a family in need of a home? We will be traveling down to Mexico on Sunday, June 21, building a house
Monday through Thursday and returning home on Friday or Saturday. Call Paul Milano (951­660­8113) or Teresa Milano (951 244­1877, Ext. 202)
with any questions.
Ensenada Mission Recycling Update
Recycle amount $1,987.01. We
are halfway to the cost of the
materials for a house in June!!
Thank you so much for your
weekly bags of bottles and cans
(CRV items only).
Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month
Dues are $45 per trimester
Next meeting: April 7 at 9:00 a.m. in the gym.
Join us for a fun year as we enjoy our theme: "Be You
BRAVELY" For more information contact Amber Mowery (551­7270).
Meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month Dues are $35 per trimester (due in September, December & March)
Next meeting: March 24 in the gym
We are looking forward to our theme: "Be You BRAVELY"
For more information, contact Melissa Roberts (757­6010).
First and third Sunday each month
Next meeting: April 5
5:30 ­ 7:45 p.m. In the Youth Room (D130)
Dinner, speakers, crafts and fellowship! For more information, contact Diana in the church office.
At this time, Teen MOPS does not have enough storage for your gently used items for the girls. Please do not
bring any more items to the church. We still have need of the diapers and wipes. Thank you for your support and prayers for this ministry! Your help is vital to the spiritual growth of these girls!
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Did you know that you can listen and download the teaching from our Sunday services on the web?
Go to our website and you can listen the sermons by Pastor Pete (from the sanctuary worship options) and Pastor
Thor (from Threshold worship). Go to the "Teaching" tab and choose the option that meets your needs.
Are you looking for great teaching, meaningful
relationships, and lots of fun? Join Sojourners on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. in the
Choir Room. This Sunday, Dave Lensner will be
teaching The Rapture: Pre­Trib or Post­Trib?.
Our class motto is "Faith, Fellowship, Fun and
Food." You will experience all four in Sojourners.
STUDENT MINISTRIES
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
Wednesday nights
7:00 ­ 9:00 p.m.
In D130 (The Youth Room)
Sunday mornings
8:30 ­ 9:15 a.m.
In Room A21
MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH
Thursday nights
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
In D130 (The Youth Room)
Sunday mornings
9:30 ­ 10:30 a.m.
In Room A21
We are once again doing our 30­Hour Famine. This amazing event has given our
students and our church the chance year after year to do something about the
global hunger problem. We partner with World Vision and go without food for 30
hours in an effort to raise money for children in poverty throughout the world. If
there are any students that want to join us in this adventure, please contact me to
sign up. You must raise at least $30 to participate as this will feed a child for an
entire month. We start fasting on Friday, March 20, and will spend the night at
CLCC that night. We will grow together, pray, have fun, and serve our own
community. If any congregation member wants to support our group or has any questions,
please contact Pastor Jay (244­1877, Ext. 216) at any time. God Bless.
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Women's Circles are small groups of women who meet once a month in each other's homes
or in Building C of CLCC. They pray and support missionaries, and pray for and encourage
one another. Being a member of a Women's Circle provides an excellent opportunity for
small group fellowship. For more information contact Circle Coordinator Phyllis Duncan
(951­245­9380).\
The Ruth Circle is once again making pillows for Calicinto Ranch. You could help by donating a pillow (finished
size: 16"X22"), donating 1 1/3 yards of fabric (enough for two pillows), or donating $3.00. Please use fabric patterns
suitable for children.
A table will by set up near Guest Central on April 12 and on the patio on April 19. For more information, contact
Gayle Lacy (951­301­9115) or Phyllis Duncan (951­245­9380).
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In To Live Is Christ, we will travel on a
spiritual odyssey through the life of one
of Christianity's most fervent
journeymen, the apostle Paul, tracing
his story from childhood to martyrdom. Tuesday evenings
from 6:45 p.m. ­ 8:15 p.m.
in Room D140
Questions: Elizabeth Kaewpalug
(619­892­5644 or
[email protected]) MARCH 24: View Session 10 Going
Home
Six­Week Study begins April 7
Priscilla Shirer's Breathe: Making
Room for Sabbath
$15
One of the greatest challenges among
women in our culture is taking time to
stop and cease from all the activities
and busyness and just breathe. By
neglecting time for tranquility, serenity,
and repose, we limit our Christlikeness
and miss out on some of God's greatest
gifts. Beth Moore's A Woman's Heart: God's
Dwelling Place
$18 Embark on a fascinating journey into
why God would choose to live in a
wilderness tabernacle made by human
hands. Women will discover that God
desires to dwell among His people and
in our hearts. MARCH 26: Week 6 ­ The Heart of a
Servant
Tuesday evenings
from 6:45 p.m. ­ 8:15 p.m.
in Room D140
Questions: Elizabeth Kaewpalug
(619­892­5644 or
[email protected]) Sign up on Tuesday evenings or in front office.
Eleven Thursday mornings beginning February 12
from 9:00 a.m. ­ 11:30 a.m. in Building C
Questions:
Carol Augustine (951­244­1696 or
[email protected])
Studying the Gospel of John, I John, II
John and III John MARCH 26: John 21
WOW (Women of the Word)
meets on Thursday mornings beginning 9:00 a.m. ­ 11:30 a.m. in Building A
Questions: Carolyn Reese
(951­291­7206 or
[email protected])
Following Jesus through Mark
12­week study of the book of Mark. We
will look to the greatest Servant, Jesus
Christ, and learn from His example.
Meets Thursday mornings
9:00 a.m. ­ 10:30 a.m.
Room D130
Questions: Susan Pinard
(951­333­0698 or
[email protected])
MARCH 26: Lesson 9
Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a place where you and your whole
family can come to find support, encouragement, and real
relationships in an environment that is both safe and
productive.
At CR you are free to get real about the hurts, habits, and hang­
ups we all have as part of our experience as human beings.
Whether you're dealing with finances, family stresses,
depression, over­eating, addictions, building honest friendships
­ or maybe you're just plain tired of pretending everything in
your life is 'fine' when it's not ­ whatever the case, CR will help
you live in true freedom. For those of you who STILL think Celebrate Recovery is just for
alcoholics or drug addicts, here is a partial list of other issues God can
heal through the Celebrate Recovery Ministry:
Codependency
This group is for those struggling with the compulsion to rescue and take
care of others, have difficulty setting boundaries, or recognizing their own
worth. Members in this group learn to express their own needs and
wants in healthy ways.
Freedom from Anger
These recovery groups are for men and women who find that anger is
their first response to problems of any size. The anger may be very
evident as rage, or less obvious in terms of withdrawal and isolation.
These groups focus on managing a God­given emotion in constructive
ways.
Love and Relationship Addiction
This group provides a safe place to deal with the depression, isolation,
lack of trust, and the unhealthy use of love and relationships as means of
achieving worth, that are characteristic of Romance and Relationship
Addictions.
Sexual Integrity
Support group for those seeking recovery from lust and compulsive
sexual behaviors. This group provides fellowship, is a safe place to share
our struggles, pain and victories and helps to establish accountability and
mutual support among the group members throughout the week.
Physical / Emotional / Sexual Abuse
This group is for those who have endured past physical, sexual and/or
emotional abuse. Recovery includes healing from the traumas done to us
at sometime in our past, as well as healing from the influence these past
experiences continue to have on our lives.
Chemical Dependency
If you find you cannot quit drinking or using drugs entirely, or if you have
little control over the amount you consume, you are probably an alcoholic
and / or an addict. If that is the case, you may be suffering from a
problem which only a spiritual solution will conquer.
Adult Child of Family Dysfunction
The family problem of alcoholism made us "co­victims" ­ those who take
on the characteristics of the alcoholic without necessarily ever taking a
drink. Choosing to recognize and exit the modeled behaviors of
alcoholism is the beginning of recovery for the ACFD.
*Newcomers 101
The Newcomers 101 class is a one time class designed to familiarize you
with the various components of Celebrate Recovery. This is a great
opportunity to ask questions and to help you identify an open­share
group to attend the following week. During the latter part of the class, the
group breaks out into a men's group and a women's group to give you a
chance to share and to ask more detailed questions.
Events for the Week of March 20­26, 2015
DAY
TIME
LOCATION
EVENT
Friday,
March 20
6:00 p.m.
Off Campus
Gym
Council Retreat
30­Hour Famine
Saturday,
March 21
­ 7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. ­ 3:00 p.m.
Gym
Sanctuary
30­Hour Faminne
Pastor Ron Butler Memorial Service and Reception
Sunday,
March 22
7:30 a.m. ­ 12:00 p.m.
8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
D133
6:00 p.m. ­ 9:00 p.m.
Sanctuary
Building D
Chapel
Room A21
Sanctuary
Gym
Building D
Room D230
Room A21
Chapel
Sanctuary
Gym
Building D
Building C
Library Open
Worship Services, Sunday School and Nursery Care
Classic Worship Children's Sunday School
Intercessory Prayer
High School Sunday School
Contemporary Worship
Threshold Worship
Children's Sunday School
Sojourners' Sunday School
Middle School Sunday School
Mainstream Sunday School
Traditional Worship
Threshold Worship
Children's Sunday School
Celebrate Recovery Meeting
Monday,
March 23
8:00 a.m. ­ 8:45 a.m.
10:00 a.m. ­ 12:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. ­ 7:30 p.m.
6:30 p. m. ­ 8:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
D130
C6
D140, D227
Gym
Chapel
Staff Prayer Time
Caregivers' Connection
Preschool Open House
Awana Journey
CR Women's 12­Step Study Meeting
Tuesday,
March 24
9:00 a.m. ­ 11:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. ­ 11:30 a.m.
6:00 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
6:45 p.m. ­ 8:15 p.m.
Gym
Chapel
D133
Chapel
Gym
D230, D227
D140
Moms Next
Bereavement Support Group
Library Open
Linked Small Groups
AWANA (Pre­K through MS)
Celebration Choir and Orchestra Rehearsal
Women's Bible Study 7:30 a.m. ­ 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. ­ 11:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. ­ 12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m. ­
7:00 p.m. ­ 9:00 p.m.
Happy birthday, Heather!
Heather Claudio is one of our preschool teachers.
C6
Men's Bible Study
C6
Women's Bible Study Leaders' Meeting
D227
Julia Circle Sanctuary Cleaning
Lake Elsinore RoVeRs Outing
D130
APEX (HS) Youth Group
8:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
Wednesday,
March 25
Thursday,
March 26
9:00 a.m. ­ 10:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m. ­ 11:30 a.m.
1:30 p.m. ­ 3:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. ­ 8:30 p.m.
Lake Elsinore
D130
A
C
D133
D130
Chapel
RoVeRs Outing
Women's Bible Study (Stonecroft)
Women's Bible Study (WOW)
Women's Bible Study (Moore)
Intercessory Prayer Ministries
CHAOS (MS) Youth Group
Celebrate Recovery Men's Step Study
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