HERE'S A LINK TO A RECENT SERMON BY OUR PASTOR: "LESS GRUMBLING, MORE GRATITUDE."
A sign-up list for poinsettias has been placed at the rear of the sanctuary. If you would like to purchase a plant to adorn the church, please note your name, contact and dedication information.
Christmas Potluck Luncheon and the Hanging of the Greens; Caroling in the Community; Christmas Candlelight Service; Open House at the Parsonage; and SO much more…!!!!!!! Visit the schedule page for details...
CHRISTMAS POTLUCK LUNCHEON
Sunday, December 8, immediately following the worship service. Bring yummies and a good appetite!!
Two of our missionaries, Ann and Bill Clemmer (pictured below), reside in the town of Goma in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They work with Heal Africa and IMA World Health. Bill regularly travels to Beni, where he leads an international team of doctors, nurses
and technical personnel responding to the current Ebola crisis, the largest in Congo’s history. Ann serves in Goma with Congolese colleagues responding to many needs including counseling, nutrition, and the education of orphans, refugees and other vulnerable children who are affected by the ongoing conflict and poverty in this part
of the world.
New to the CNBC this year is
THE HANGING OF THE GREENS.
This is a celebration in which Christians, especially in the western part of the world, gather to adorn their church buildings with Advent and Christmas decorations. Given the approach of a substantial winter storm, the Hanging of the Greens was moved to Sunday, December 8, immediately following the Potluck Luncheon which is set for immediately after the worship service. We'll have some readings that help explain the significance of the spruce, the holly, the cedar, the Advent wreath, the red and green, candy cane , and other symbols of the season. Then we'll light the candles, sing carols and enjoy hot cocoa, cider and other treats. Praying this will be the start of a lovely new tradition!!!
Cape Neddick Baptist Church Supports the York Community Association Food Pantry
The last Sunday of each month we deliver items that have been collected throughout the month for YCSA's York Food Pantry.
JUST LOVE THE PIC BELOW!!!
From Vacation Bible School 2019
Our Vacation Bible School was a wonderful and wonder-filled week loaded with blessings! Children were immersed in the Bible, learned about the love of the God, met new friends, sang uplifting (catchy) songs, engaged in amazing experiments, played creative games, ate super-fun snacks and discovered how to see evidence of the Lord in everyday life!
Caring, talented leaders dedicated many, many hours to planning, decorating, and teaching the VBS. They devote this same level of attention and care to our children's programs all throughout the year!!