It’s Spring! I love the sunshine pouring in and the blooming flowers. It’s a new season, both in the weather and at North Creek. So many exciting things in store!
Yesterday was “Leave a Mark” Sunday where we asked for volunteers in all three hearing services and the deaf service. Let me tell you…we are humbled and amazed at your hearts. We have always been blessed with lots of volunteers, but we are growing, so we feel like we are constantly asking for more! Coffee Church problems! We were thrilled yesterday to add 20+ volunteers in the hearing services and the deaf church blew us out of the water!
If you didn’t sign up to volunteer and you want to, go to www.coffeechurch.com and find the volunteer application under the resources tab. We can use at least one person more in every area, but some main ones we are trying to overload due to excessive growth are: Battle Ground Nursery, Kid City, Tiny Town, and Checkin. Also Battle Ground media and sound each need one more ASAP. Hazel Dell needs Kid City and 9:30 am Tiny Town.
We had more guys ask about maintenance than I can count. That’s a good thing because we have a long and ugly maintenance list! We look forward to our guys bonding together over hammers and duct tape. Well, duct tape is how I fix my problems. Maybe they will come up with a better plan…and no, I did not sign up for the maintenance team.
Why do we want to overload our volunteer schedule? We want another campus and our systems must be strong before we get there! Too many people in our community need Jesus to stop now!
We can’t wait for Easter! Six days!!!!
The Learning Center is open for registration! If you need a great preschool for your little one, check it out at coffeechurch.com. It’s going to be a pretty amazing year and I’ve loved hearing all the details unfold. Amazing changes ahead!
We all have a limited perspective of who walks among us at church every Sunday. The stories in the room are inspiring. Take some time and ask people how Jesus changed your life. Your walk with God will never be dry again because you will see His hand everywhere. It’s the beauty of the Church!
Our team makes me laugh. They stuffed Easter gifts yesterday at our staff meeting. Sometimes we lead a large, multisite organization with a preschool and a deaf church. Sometimes we put eggs in bags. And in the end, it’s all important to somebody!
Matt, Alissa, Jordan, and Emily sure do a great job leading worship, don’t they? We consider ourselves blessed with a team of worshippers who also happen to be talented. Here’s to watching God use them in amazing ways!
We served free lattes at Battle Ground yesterday to get our systems going for the new espresso bar there. We’ll be doing that some more in the month to come because now we have more baristas to train! It’s also our evil scheme to get you there earlier…and it works.
Small groups are closing up this week! It’s been a great semester. We’ll be starting them again in about a month, so stay tuned.
Enjoy your week! See you on Easter!