11.6.21 Saturday E-Blast

Hey NCFF, Happy Saturday!

It’s been a while since I have shared with you, so let me start by saying it’s great to catch up! Fall has been a great season here at NCFF, and last week I was a part of our Trunk or Treat event with our Children’s Ministry team, and it was great to see so many of our people making a great event for the hundreds of kids who attended. Sarah Brooks – Dudgeon and her team did an amazing job! It’s amazing to see how God is working in and Through NCFF.

This Weekend is no different, but for this week we’ll start with what’s going on later today, as we gather this afternoon to celebrate the life of Forrest Koch. Forrest was an amazing man of our church. He was a part of our Elder Team, a wonderful husband and father and a faithful follower of Jesus. Forrest would point all he would interact with to Jesus and had a huge impact on all who knew him. Today at 1:00pm we will celebrate Forrest’s life and ministry and I would love to invite you all to attend. You can join us in person or online.

Also coming up is Sunday Morning Worship, and it will be an exciting Sunday! This is the first Sunday of the month, which means tomorrow morning it’s time to turn in your Blue Bag food donations. This food goes to the South County Food Bank here in Clatsop County that helps many in our community. This Sunday we will also take a special benevolence offering that goes towards families in our church who may need help.

We will also be continuing our series in Jude, and Pastor John will be sharing from Verses 3-4. In this message, John will lead us through what it means to defend and protect our faith, which I am excited to talk about! It’s in our Faith we believe in Christ, but have you ever thought you might need to protect or defend your faith? If we don’t focus on our beliefs, and we don’t question things that go against what we believe, those things can eventually tear down our faith. Jude Shares some great wisdom in verses 3-4 and I am excited to talk more about it tomorrow!

Well, I think that’s it, except one little thing: Daylight Savings Ends Tomorrow! Remember tomorrow is the day everything goes back one hour, which means an extra hour of sleep! Yay!

We will see you all this weekend!

In Him,
Brandon Read
Associate Pastor of Students and Communications

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