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Church Announcements – January 3

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First Fruits: (Proverbs 3:9-10) – The principle of First Fruits tells us that all our firsts belong to God.  In January, the first month, we are admonished to honor Him with the first of our wages in the amount of a day, week, or a month of salary.  Let us all be faithful in this principle so God can open up blessings, abundance, miracles and power for the duration of our year. (For complete information on First Fruits, go to simontemple.com)

 

Please sign up by sending an email to info@simontemple.comif you would like to receive your 2020 tax contribution statement. Please include your full name so we are able to properly identify your contribution account.

 

The Corporate Daniel Fast to start the year bagan January 1st at 6pm and will end January 21st at 6am. Visit http://www.simontemple.com to view and download the 2021 Daniel Fast Guidelines.

 

Jan 3-9—Spiritual Emphasis Week is January 3-9. The study book is entitled, “Dangerous Prayers” by New York Times Best Selling Author Craig Groeschel. All members of the District are asked to read this edition. On January 8, all members of the Fayetteville District are asked to attend our Spiritual Emphasis Zoom conference at 7:00 pm. The login info is: Meeting ID: 498 845 3978 Passcode: FAYAMEZ21 and the Dial-in number is: (301) 715-8592

 

January 21-22—The Eastern North Carolina Episcopal District Convocation will be held January 21-22 by Presiding Prelate Bishop Kenneth Monroe and Missionary Supervisor Sheila Monroe.

 

Jan 26—The 1st Quarterly Conference for the 2020-2021 conference year will be held by conference call at 6:30 pm. All trustees, ministers, stewards, class leaders, deaconesses & heads of all boards and clubs are expected to be in attendance. If you are unable to attend, please inform your ministry leader so you can be accounted for. The dial-in number is: (712) 451-0000 and the access code is: 458607

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