2019 June 16 Announcements

Our collection for the month of June is for our local area relief projects. Thanks to all of you for the efforts that have been put forth in this area. All of the different projects areas that we are involved in are listed in our Church directory or on the website. If you have any questions or would like to be more involved, please see Sis. Dawn Maloney.

The Sunday school picnic is Sunday, June 30 starting at 4:30 pm at the Fellowship Hall. Fried chicken, drinks, and tableware will be provided. Please bring a dish to share. Everyone is invited.

Please mark your calendars for our 2019 Vacation Bible School, which will be held the week of July 15th – 19th for children 3 years old through the 8th grade based on the Sunday School class they were in for the 2018-19 school year.  Our theme this year is "Mission Possible" and we will be learning about our Great Commission including ways we can live this out through our four national church missions (Harvest Call, LifePoints, Gateway Woods, and ACCFS). We are in need of many volunteers to teach and help with crafts and snacks.  Please click here for an opportunity to bless others and be blessed by signing up to help.  Please see Bro. Darrell or Sis. Jennifer Stoller with questions.

The Gateway Woods benefit auction is coming up on Saturday, August 3rd. If you would be willing to donate items or money toward items please see Bro. Erik Wiegand. Items can be dropped off at their house or brought to church.

We are planning testimonies and baptisms for Diane Gregory on June 29th and 30th. Here testimony will start at 7pm on Saturday the 29th.

As mentioned recently, we are planning to start a program to help grow relationships between the adults in our Goodfield church family and our high school Sunday School students.  Click-here to view the highlights for the program that we plan to implement for the 2019-2020 school year.  

The most powerful way to learn isn’t through hearing and reading.  It is through journeying through life together in relationships.  The biggest impact for learning is demonstrated and lived-out or experienced through someone else.  It is what sticks in your mind.  In a classroom, a teacher attempts to get a point across through saying things in the right words or get across in the right podcast or write it and get it in the right book, or presentation or lecture.  That would cover everything.  But this concept of discipleship goes much deeper than that.  It is very freeing!  You don’t have to worry about having all of the answers written in textbooks and so forth to offer help.  All you have to do is:  Live – Breathe – Interact – Care -, and just walk alongside someone.  It is similar to parenting; a tie of on-going relationship and teaching. We ask that each of you review this and reach out to one of the committee members with any questions.  Thank you!   They are Bro. Kent and Sis. Lanae Wiegand, Bro. Jim and Sis. Ree Hartman, Bro. Luke and Sis. Jill Rocke and Bro. Russ and Sis. Andrea Wiegand.

Thank you so much to the entire Goodfield church for their prayers and support that made the Bible Class mission trip possible. It was a very blessed week serving the people of Eastern Tennessee and spending time together. A special thank you to Bro. Barry and Sis. Joyce Kloter for driving the Midwest Food Bank truck.

Ramp Doors next Sunday (6/23): Dan Plattner & Nate Zeltwanger

HarvestCall Item for June: Dish Soap (Heart House)