Excitement building as “A Place to Belong” Sunday approaches
Church is a place to feel at home
It's a great time to come back to worship!
Attendance at our church last Sunday was up indicating a new level of interest as we head into a very special Sunday. Volunteer groundskeepers have been busy too. There is anticipation in the air.
Copper Hill Church is cooperating with the National Back to Church Sunday movement to encourage friends, neighbors and loved ones to come back to worship on September 17 at 9:30 AM. Pastor Kelvin Jones says, “The theme for Sept. 17, “A Place to Belong” really resonates with us. We believe God wants each person to feel a part of his family and we aspire to be a hospitable church every week. As a country church, our atmosphere is proving especially comfortable for families with young children.”
The service this Sunday will be oriented to help those who don’t know what goes on in a church feel clued in. We are hoping to meet brand new friends and to welcome back some old ones. At our booth at Suffield on the Green, the outreach team distributed nearly 500 invitation cards for “A Place to Belong” Sunday and conversed with many people about it.
Our multi-generational choir has been practicing and is ready for their anthem. We will also hear from our harpist, JoAnne Jones. After the service, we are planning to serve refreshments outside on our front walk.