Newsletter March 7, 2018

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Sunday the adventure continues. The story in Acts shifts back to the church in Antioch and they kick off their mobilizing ministry with some top-notch preachers. But it isn't the skill of the servant that makes the difference. The church has a message and needs a miracle for belief to occur. Acts 13:1-12. Join us for worship and the word at 10 am at Del Norte High in 4S Ranch. 

2nd Thursday Prayer – We team up every month to pray for kingdom advance. Tomorrow! March 8, 7 pm. 1937 Pizarro Lane, Escondido, 92026.

Members Celebration - Sunday will also be a celebration of our "all-hands-on-deck" mentality at Reservoir. After the preaching of the word, we will commission Janice Chan and Pam Economides as deacons of Special Needs Ministry and Children's Ministry respectively. Come ready to pray and encourage these champions. Also, covenant members will have a brief meeting to vote to affirm the continued terms of two elders, Bill Detrich and Scott McCarthy. We will also answer any question you have, introduce a new interim leader and bring you up to speed on life in the church! 

Youth Huddle – Thursday, March 15, 7 pm. 13163 Edina Way, Poway, 92064. Volunteer and leader huddle to envision and plan our ministry for youth. If you haven’t already, contact jonathan@reservoirchurchsd.org to get on the list.

Good Friday Service - Mark your calendar for March 30. We will have an evening service to reflect on the gift of the cross and life in Christ on this side of it! 

Baptism & Membership – We are planning our Easter baptism celebration & a lunch to learn more about covenant membership at Reservoir. If interested in either, jonathan@reservoirchurchsd.org.

Race for Life - Saturday, April 28 at 8 am.  Participants can run, walk, or be pushed in a stroller! It will include both, a professionally timed 5K course for those interested in running and a 2 mile walk for those interested in walking. The scenic course will wind through Kit Carson Park, up hills and around lakes. It is a multi-terrain event featuring a variety of surfaces including asphalt, unpaved trails and grass. Please note: We do recommend using an all-terrain stroller for this course. Children 5 and under can participate free of charge and remember that there will be a variety of family-friendly activities and games on-site as well! Register at www.turningpointfriends.org/events or visit Christian Zaal's table on Sundays.