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If you or someone you know is a Christian and a doctor, nurse, or medical assistant, there is a great opportunity to serve right in our church’s neighborhood on Saturday, September 30th!

Our North American Mission Board is bringing an amazing, new mobile clinic to the ABLA homes and is asking for members of local churches to provide the workers. Check out this short video here that shows you what the trucks they use look like. We will provide free medical care and share the gospel and point people to our church.

Spread the word and if you’re interested in volunteering, go to this site – http://www.sendchicago.org

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Don’t forget that this Friday (6/9) the Mercy Team will be hosting a discussion on what makes for unity amidst diversity. 7:00 PM at The Meeting Place.

The Mercy Team scheduled four events for this year to gather people for discussion of topics that relate to the kinds of ministry we hope to be part of in the city.

The next event is Friday, June 9th. In preparation for that, please read the first chapter of the book Disunity in Christ by Christena Cleveland and come ready to discuss…

Check out this book review just published at 9Marks.org. In it Pastor Nathan explains some of the vision for our new Mercy Ministry that John, Sarah K., Lydia, Becky, and Christian are working on.

This Sunday is the last Sunday to donate books, CDs, and DVDs in any condition to help create transitional jobs for adults in poverty for Chapter Two – a book recycling social enterprise of The Cara Program.

Also, please bring your used batteries to church for recycling to help Lawrie with her high school biology project.

Tomorrow (Saturday) will be our last regular Outreach to our neighbors behind The Meeting Place. Come help us serve food and share the gospel and find out what this ministry will be morphing into. Questions? Email Woo at outreach

If you can make it the Outreach tomorrow, that would be great! We go share food and the gospel with our neighbors behind The Meeting Place. 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Contact outreach with questions.

Don’t forget: the Joint Outreach is this Saturday (10/19) from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Also, this Sunday (10/20) is the 3rd Sunday of October and that means Table Talk! Table Talks are chances to get together over lunch and discuss some topic of theology in a Round Table format. This month the topic is “Cessationism vs. Continuationism.” In other words: have the supernatural sign gifts of the Spirit (i.e. speaking in tongues, healings, words of prophecy) ceased or do they continue in our time? Mike E. will be facilitating the discussion. This time we’ll be going out to eat at a nearby restaurant. Come if you can.

Tomorrow (10/5) at 10:00 AM John Rood will be doing Evangelism Training for anyone interested. It’s always helpful to be reminded of different ways to share the Good News.

Stick around afterwards, from 11:00 to 1:00 to help cook out and reach out to our neighbors who congregate in the back of The Meeting Place. If you’ve never joined us for that, it is a neat ministry and an easy opportunity to have gospel conversations.

Tomorrow (9/21) is the third Saturday of September. Come if you can to grill out hotdogs and serve our neighbors with food and gospel conversations. 11:00 to 1:00 at The Meeting Place.

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