Please set your clocks ahead 1 hour tonight, as we transition to "Daylight Savings Time." This change produces the good and the bad. The good: We get an "extra" hour of daylight in the evenings. The bad: We lose one hour of sleep! Look at it from this positive perspective: We just lose 1 hour of sleep once, but we gain the "extra" daylight until November!
On behalf of our church family at Circle Drive, I extend our love, sympathy, and prayer support to the family of Donna Koop, who passed away to heaven on Wednesday, January 31. Her celebration of life service was held today at the Evergreen Funeral Home with Dr. Lewis Adkison presiding.
This Sunday morning concludes 63 years of ministry at 801 N. Circle Drive! It does not conclude the ministry of Circle Drive, because the “church” is not a building, but the “church” is the people of GOD.
On behalf of our church family called Circle Drive, I extend our love, sympathy and prayer support to Dolores Nostrand and her family in the passing of her husband of 65+ years, Dr. Jerry Nostrand. He went "home to be with the LORD" yesterday, January 1, 2018.
Our Circle Drive family is once again participating in "White Christmas." Every year we reach out to families in our community by providing them with a box of groceries for the Christmas season. Our church family readily embraces this opportunity because two of our core values are generosity and loving/serving people.
CDBC observed the 30th annual Thanksgiving Feast today. We opened our doors, and invited the community to come in for a free meal, along with the opportunity to get a free coat, gloves, hat/cap, etc. Today 492 people were served. I appreciate all who served, and am especially thankful for our event coordinator, Lori Cantwell, who did such an amazing job!
We hosted a community Harvest Festival this past Sunday at our 35 acre property at the southwest corner of Marksheffel and Bradley Roads. It was such an amazing day AND event! The weather was perfect - clear skies and upper 60's with just a slight breeze.
I want personally to invite you to attend Circle Drive's HARVEST FESTIVAL tomorrow, Sunday, October 29 from 2:00 - 5:00 pm at our property on the southwest corner of S. Marksheffel and Bradley Roads. Please feel free to invite your friends to this free event. We will have food, games, inflatables, a mechanical bull, a hay ride, and more at the event. The weather forecast is predicting a perfect day for our event: sunny skies with a temperature of 70 degrees. So be sure to join us!
On Sunday morning, September 10, our pre-schoolers, children, youth and their families sponsored a bake and t-shirt sale, with proceeds going to the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief being conducted in the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Families did the baking, and brought their baked goods to sale. The grand total for donations for that sale was $2,979.75! Wow! I was so thrilled and so amazed by that total!
Our Circle Drive Church family wants to say thank you to Ed McGee for 24 years of faithful service as a full-time pastoral staff member. Ed's start date at CDBC was February 21, 1993. During these years, Ed has consistently remained faithful to the LORD, his wife, his family, his church family, and his calling. He served for many years as our worship pastor. Several years ago he transitioned to become the AIM director, ministering to our senior adult members. He also has served in the capacity of director of our New Life Counseling Center, coordinating this important ministry. He has also led on several construction mission trips.