February 16, 2018

High School Sunday School Update – 1 & 2 Samuel

High Schoolers: Sunday School class meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 upstairs. Join us as we study the books of 1 & 2 Samuel until summer 2017 to study the life and times of David, a significant king of the Jews and ancestor of Jesus. Here is the schedule for the next few weeks:

August 14
1 Samuel 23 – David heard of fighting between Keilah and Gath, so he looked to the Lord for direction. This is a characteristic of David’s life that serves him well. God told him to fight for Keilah, so he did. This drew Saul to David, but David stayed one step ahead of Saul because God was on his side.

August 21
1 Samuel 24 – One day while Saul was relieving himself, David cut a piece from Saul’s robe. David was guilt-ridden by this act (he probably hadn’t asked God about it). So David met with Saul face-to-face. They talked; Saul realized David could have killed him, but David would not do that!

August 28
1 Samuel 25 – David’s weakness begins to emerge in this chapter: women. David commits adultery with Abigail, then commits murder to conceal his offense. How far are we willing to let sin take us?

Here are our past studies:

November 22
1 Samuel 1 – Hannah was very loved by her husband Elkanah, but she couldn’t get pregnant. So she prayed to God for a child and committed him to the Lord’s service for life. And God granted Hannah’s request, and she became pregnant. They named the boy Samuel, which means heard of God.

November 29
Thanksgiving weekend… no Sunday School.

December 6
Missions Week

December 13
1 Samuel 2 – Hannah rejoiced in prayer, because God gave her not just one, but five children(2:21). We also learn that Eli’s two sons are wicked, and God plans to end Eli’s family line.

December 20
1 Samuel 3 – God talks to Samuel in an audible voice and has a not-so-good message for Eli. Samuel obediently delivers the message to Eli, and eventually everyone recognizes Samuel as a prophet of God.

December 27
Christmas Sunday – no Sunday School.

January 3, 2016
Missions Week

January 10
1 Samuel 4 – The people take the ark of God into battle to help them win, but the Philistines defeated the Israelites, killed Eli’s two sons, and took the ark. News of the capture of the ark caused Eli to fall off his chair and die, while his daughter-in-law gave birth to a son, Ichabod, which means no glory.

January 17
1 Samuel 5 – The ark gave the Philistines troubles. In the temple of the Philistine god Dagon, the ark caused the idol statue of Dagon to fall over…twice! The people in the town near the ark broke out in tumors. They moved it to Gath and it brought more tumors to those people. Philistine towns became afraid to have the ark, and they begged to send it back to Israel.

January 24
1 Samuel 6 – After seven months, the Philistines returned the ark to Israel, and they tried to honor God in the process. The Israelites were happy to see it return, but some men looked inside the ark, not respecting God’s wishes, and they died. This caused people to respect the ark. What does it take for God to get our attention?

January 31
Ask Pastor Gina

February 7
Missions Week

February 14
1 Samuel 7 – When the Israelites turn back to God and cry out for help, He hears their call and subdues their enemies. God blesses those who honor Him. Ebenezer – stone of help.

February 21
1 Samuel 8 – The people all too soon forget from where their strength comes. They plead that they may have a king to follow like the other nations around them, so God gives them a king. But is this God’s true will, or is it God permitting human behavior?

February 28
1 Samuel 9 – Samuel anoints Saul king, but Saul almost misses his divine appointment. Saul looks like a king, but is his kingship the will of God or the will of the Israelites?

March 6
Missions Week

March 13
1 Samuel 10 – God, unhappy that the Israelites had rejected Him as leader, gave Saul the power to prophesy and had Samuel anoint him as king.

March 20
1 Samuel 10 – God is in control of authorities then and now. That is reassuring in an election year.

March 27
Easter Sunday – no Sunday School.

April 3
Missions Week

April 10
1 Samuel 11 – God strengthens Saul’s position as king over Israel through the rescue of Jabesh.

April 17
1 Samuel 12 – Samuel, old and ready to die, rebukes the Israelites for asking God to give them a king.

April 24
1 Samuel 13 – Saul performs the priestly offerings and Samuel rebukes him. What was wrong with Saul performing the offerings?

May 1
Gina Anson’s last Sunday with us before her Michigan move

May 8
1 Samuel 14 – Saul’s son Jonathan attacks a detachment of Philistines and has great success. This precedes a great victory for Israel over the Philistines, but Saul has made a rash edict not to eat that Jonathan did not know about. When Jonathan violates the edict, is he to be punished?

May 15
1 Samuel 15 – God makes clear that He rejects Saul as king. Verse 22 declares that the Lord prefers obedience over burnt offerings and sacrifices. Do we please him more when we repent, or when we obey?

May 22
1 Samuel 16a – The Lord encourages Samuel to stop mourning Saul and to go anoint the next king, a son of Jesse. When Samuel sees Jesse’s oldest, he thinks God must have picked him to be king, but God reminds Samuel that He does not judge on outward appearance, but rather on what is in a person’s heart. After all, Saul looked like a king, but his heart was not pure.

May 29
1 Samuel 16b – David is chosen by God to succeed Saul, but he starts out as Saul’s comforter and servant.

June 5
1 Samuel 17 – Young David is frustrated with Goliath who is chiding and threatening the Israelite army. He shows no fear and total trust in God as he kills Goliath with one hit. Can we have this same authority and power today?

June 12
1 Samuel 18 – David becomes a popular warrior, and Saul becomes jealous. Saul realizes the Lord is with David and not himself, as David has a lot of success in everything he does.

June 19
No Sunday School (Father’s Day)

June 26
Special Speaker – Sergey Molkov

July 3
No Sunday School (Independence Day)

July 10
1 Samuel 19 – Saul’s intense jealousy drives him to try to kill David. But David is wise, and the Lord is on his side.

July 17
1 Samuel 19:18-20:17 – David went to Samuel for help. Saul knew where to look for David, but as he sent men to find him, they began to prophesy and were hindered on their way. So Saul went after David himself, and he too began to prophesy. This looks like the Holy Spirit helping David escape.

July 24
1 Samuel 20:18-42 – Jonathan was a close friend to David, closer than any brother. He couldn’t believe that his father Saul wanted to kill David. But once Saul tried to kill Jonathan, he was convinced that Davis was in danger. SO Jonathan and David parted company, but David vowed to take care of Jonathan’s family. Do we have friends that close?

July 31
1 Samuel 21 – David went to the priest Ahimelech at Nob and got bread and the sword of Goliath. Doeg the Edomite saw David there. From there, David went to Achish, king of Gath. Achish began to sing of David’s greatness, but since David’s time had not come (and he wished to honor Saul as king), he was very afraid and acted insane to be driven away by Achish.

August 7
1 Samuel 22 – David went to the cave at Adullam. There he was joined by 400 men, misfits and malcontents. Saul found out that Ahimelech had helped David through Doeg, so Saul killed Ahimelech’s family. However, Ahitub escaped and ran to David. David told Ahitub to stay so David could take care of him.

I hope to see you Sunday!

– Charles

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Brunch at the Stauffer’s House

Junior and Senior High School students at GGNaz are invited to a brunch this Saturday, May 28 at Charles & Teresa’s house, 19702 Drybrook Lane, Huntington Beach, at 10:00 am. We will be serving eggs, bacon, sausage, and pancakes with appropriate toppings and juice. For more info call the Stauffers at 714-968-6038 and leave a message.

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High School Sunday School Update – Romans

High Schoolers: Sunday School class meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 upstairs. Join us as we study the book of Romans for the next few months (through about Christmas). Romans is written by Paul to the church at Rome, and Paul teaches the church how our relationship with Christ should affect the way we live. Here is the schedule for the next few weeks:

Here are our past studies:
May 3
Missions week

May 10
Introduction and Romans 1:1-10 – Introduction. Paul commends the church at Rome for its faith. He prays for all of them and hopes to visit soon.

May 17
Romans 1:11-32 – Paul starts to talk about the forms of godlessness that exist in the world of that time. Are they much different than we are today?

May 24
Romans 2 – Paul talks about how those in the church who pass judgment on the evildoers outside the church are no better than them. He encourages the church to do good, not just on the outside, but inside as well.

May 31
Romans 3 – Paul talks about faith, righteousness and boasting. He mentions a righteousness apart from the law – a new concept to old-school Jews.

June 7
Romans 3 – Paul talks about faith, righteousness and boasting. He mentions a righteousness apart from the law – a new concept to old-school Jews.

June 14
Graduation Sunday!

June 21
Romans 4 – Paul makes a case that Abraham, the patriarch of the Jews, was justified by faith, not works. Through this, Paul demonstrates that faith (over works) was key to old testament conversions.

June 28
No Sunday School 🙁

July 5
Romans 5 – Faith leads us to God’s grace. Christ died for us while we were sinners. If it were up to our human ancestors, they have all failed, but in their (and our) failures, God’s grace overflows.

July 12
Missions Week

July 19
Ask Pastor Gina

July 26
Romans 6 – Paul asks, should we sin so that God’s grace may increase? Of course not! In a relationship, we want to please the other (in this case God), not keep taking advantage of His forgiveness and grace.

August 2
Romans 7 – Paul talks about the struggle we feel as humans between wanting to sin to please our fleshly desires, and wanting to be righteous and please God.

August 9
Missions Week

August 16
Romans 8 – Paul talks about the victorious Christian life, living in the love of God.

August 23
Camping at Lake Hemet – No Sunday School 🙁

August 30
Ask Pastor Gina

September 6
Missions Week

September 13
Romans 9 – The Israelites are a chosen people, but Paul tells us that not all Israelites will be saved; furthermore, salvation has been opened up to allow non-Jews to be saved through Christ.

September 20
Romans 10 – Paul tells us that Israelites need Jesus to go to heaven, but not all Israelites will put their faith in Him.

September 27
Romans 11 – Paul tells us that Israelites rejection of Jesus is not 100% (after all, Paul is a Jew who is a Christian), and it is also not final.

October 4
Missions Week

October 11
Romans 12 – We should all be “living sacrifices” to Jesus, but what does that mean? Paul tells us in this chapter.

October 18
Romans 13 – Paul gives us more direction on how to live as Christians in a less-than-Godly world.

October 18
Romans 14 – Strong faith gives more freedom, but we must be sensitive to others who are convicted in matters where we are not. Otherwise, we may cause a fellow Christian to lose his faith.

November 1
Missions Week

November 8
Romans 15 – Work to positively encourage those around you; accept others as Christ accepts you (flaws and all). Paul talks about his desire to preach to those who have not yet heard of Christ, and his plan to come to Rome soon.

November 15
Romans 16 – In this last chapter, Paul greets many people by name and urges the church at Rome to watch out for divisive people.

I hope to see you Sunday!

– Charles

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High School Sunday School Update – Deuteronomy

High Schoolers: Sunday School class meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 upstairs.  Join us as we study the book Deuteronomy for the next few months (through about Easter). Deuteronomy provides a good legal and moral compass for everyone, yet it sets a standard we cannot meet on our own.  Here is the schedule for the next few weeks:

Here are our past studies:
May 4
Missions week

May 11
Introduction and Deut. 1:1-8 – Background on the people in the land the Israelites are moving into. Ham, son of Noah – Genesis 9 & 10; Moabites & Ammonites – Genesis 19:30-38

May 18
Deut. 1:9-46 – Moses told history of the spies in the promised land, and the fear and rebellion of the first generation. Joshua and Caleb will lead.

May 25
Deut. 2:1-37 – Moses talked about the lands the Israelites did not attack: Descendants of Esau and Lot (Moabites and Ammonites). The Lord was behind every victory.

June 1
Missions week

June 8
Deut. 3:1-29 – Moses continues the history for the second generation. Battles east of the Jordan, and then Moses forbidden to enter the promised land. Why? See Numbers 20:1-13

June 15
Deut. 4:1-49 – Moses admonishes the Israelites to remember their God and their history. He is speaking to the second generation; Because of disobedience, the first generation perished in the desert in the forty years they spent there.

June 22
Deut. 5:1-6:25 – The Ten Commandments. Remember your God and your history that it may go well with you.

June 29
All-church picnic-on-the-grounds. No Sunday School today!

July 6
Deut. 7:1-26 Moses reminds the people to keep God first in their lives. He shares several promises from God if God’s laws and decrees are followed. Do you think these promises apply to us today?

July 13
Deut. 8:1-9:6 – Moses continues to warn the people to remember God when they prosper. Do we remember Him when we prosper? Or are we like the wicked people that God destroyed so the Israelites could have their land?

July 20
Missions Week – special speaker Alice Anson spoke to us this day.

July 27
Deut. 9:7-29 – Moses asked the Israelites to remember the golden calf and how fast they fell back into idolatry (less than 40 days). God loves them (and us) not because of their righteousness, but because God is generous, loving, and compassionate.

August 3
Missions week

August 10
Deut. 10:1-11:9 – Moses recalls when God made two new stone tablets like the first ones, and he asks Israel to fear God, hold fast to God, and love those around them.

August 17
No Sunday School this day! 🙁

August 24
Deut. 11:10-12:19 – Moses encourages the Israelites to pass what God has done for them from generation to generation to help them resist other gods. Do things in our life distract us from God’s call on us? Moses tells them God requires full obedience to Him. In Chapter 12, Moses warns them to go to the specific place of worship to what is dedicated to God. He tells them to not forget the Levites, the priestly tribe.

August 31
Ask Pastor Gina week

September 7
Missions Week

September 14
Deut. 12:20-13:18 – Moses reminds the Israelites that when they enter the new land, they must take what is set apart for God to the place the Lord will choose. Obedience requires work, and travel with the whole household in this case. And he warns them not to look into the pagans’ worship, because that will lead them astray. False prophets will test them, but he warns them to stay focused on God and his ways.

September 21
Chapter 14 – Moses teaches the Israelites about what is clean for them to eat and what is not. He also instructs them to set aside the first tenth of their crops and herds for God. He also teaches them God’s plan for taking care of foreigners, orphans, and widows.

September 28
Chapter 15 – Moses teaches the Israelites how to lend to one another, as well as God’s plan for ending debt every seven years. He talks to them about slavery, which was also to end in seven years unless the slave wants to serve for life. Then Moses gives them special guidelines for firstborn animals set apart for God.

October 5
Missions Week

October 12
Chapter 16 – Moses teaches the Israelites special sacrifices for God, including Passover, They are to remember these feasts for generations and observe them strictly the way God prescribed. They are to worship God alone, and God ordained judges to resolve disputes fairly and impartially.

October 19
Chapter 17 – Moses told the Israelites their sacrifices to God must be unblemished – God wants the best from us. Moses described the court system they are to use, similar to what the our country uses today. Moses predicted the people would demand a king, and he encouraged the Israelites to seek the King God chooses.

October 26
Chapter 18 – Moses told the Israelites that the priests are to have no inheritance; they must rely on the worshippers for their sustenance. He warns them not to pick up the evil worship habits of the nations around them. Moses also assures them God will raise up another prophet to lead them and speak for God.

November 2
Missions Week

November 9
Chapter 19 – Moses instructs the Israelites to set aside cities of refuge for people who accidentally kill another person, but to fully punish crimes committed with malice aforethought. He tells them that no one is to be convicted on the word of only one witness. God teaches justice, but Christ later provides mercy.

November 16
Special Speaker: Lance Bylow

November 23
Chapter 20 – Moses teaches the Israelites that God will fight their wars, so take no one who isn’t ready and willing to battle. It was true then, and it is true today that God fights our battles when we are aligned with His purpose. And the first option is always peace (or a treaty).

November 30
Ask Pastor Gina week

December 7
Chapter 21 – Moses teaches the Israelites to atone for an unsolved murder; how to handle it if they wish to marry women from conquered lands; fairness requirements of a man with children from two wives; punishment for a rebellious son (death!); and capital punishment regulations.

December 14
Missions Week

December 21
Chapter 22 – Moses teaches the Israelites to help their friends and neighbors who are in need, how to appropriately dress, humane treatment of birds, things not to mix, and obligations of a married couple to each other.

January 4, 2015
Chapter 23 – Moses teaches the Israelites God’s desire for various laws. Many of the laws are common sense, and the laws help form the basis for our laws in the United States. He deals with worship in the assembly, foreigners, uncleanness versus holiness, refugees, prostitution, lending, vows, and provision for the poor.

January 11
Special Service week – rain!

January 18
Missions Week with Elaina Hardison.

January 25
Chapter 24 – Moses continues to teach the Israelites God’s desire for various laws. Many of the laws are common sense, and the laws help form the basis for our laws in the United States. He deals with marriage/divorce, slavery, skin disease, lending, and treatment of aliens and orphans.

February 1
Missions week

February 8
Chapter 25 – Moses continues to teach the Israelites God’s desire for various laws. Many of the laws are common sense, and the laws help form the basis for our laws in the United States. He deals with disputes, punishment, family responsibility, fighting, and cheating / dishonesty.

February 15
Chapter 26 – Moses teaches the Israelites to honor God when they enter the promised land by bringing the first of their harvest to Him. He discusses the tithe (a tenth) and for whom it is set aside. Moses once again admonishes them to honor and follow God alone.

February 22
Chapter 27 – Moses instructed the Israelites how they will prepare a “raw” altar on Mount Ebal for their sacrifices. He told them how six tribes will stand on Mount Gerizim and pronounce blessings, while the other six tribes will stand on Mount Ebal and recite cursed behaviors.

March 1
Missions week

March 8
Chapter 28 – After telling them the governance rules from God, Moses tells the people the many blessings that will be theirs if they obey God. He also informs them of the many curses that will accompany them if they do not obey.

March 15
Chapter 29 – Through Moses, God reminds the Israelites of the ways that He had helped them through the Exodus including performing many miracles. “I did this so that you might know that I am the LORD your God.” Moses warns them not to break the deal with God and carefully follow the given law.

March 22
Chapter 30 & Chapter 31:1-8 – Moses tells the people that whenever they wholeheartedly obey God, God will have compassion and “restore your fortunes” (or “bring you back”) and “make you prosperous”. But if people’s hearts turn away, they are destined for death (shorter life) and destruction. The choice seems so easy.
March 29
Special Palm Sunday with Gina

April 5
Easter Breakfast – No Sunday School

April 12
Deuteronomy 31:9-32:47 – Through Moses, God tells the Israelites to read the law in public every seventh year. God talks to Moses and Joshua and predicts the Israelites’ disobedience. God gives Moses a song to teach to the people. God tells Moses that the people will remember the song, and when they stray, the song will remind them to obey God.

April 19
Deuteronomy 32:48-33:29 – God tells Moses it’s his time to die. Moses proclaims blessings to the tribes of Jacob.

April 26
Chapter 34 – God showed Moses the promised land from atop Mount Nebo, then Moses died. God buried Moses and no one knows the site of his grave. Joshua became the Israelites’ new leader.

I hope to see you Sunday!

– Charles

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Join Us for Winter Fest

Christmas-Snowman-Clip-Art-PrintableGGNaz WINTER FEST
December 14 beginning at 3:30PM

Come and play in the SNOW! Listen to holiday music, make crafts, play games, chili cook-off, etc. Entry cost is $2 per person which gets each child one big craft, everyone can get their picture taken with Santa, and everyone can participate in judging the chili for our Chili Cook-Off. Additional chili will be available for .50 cents per bowl. For more information, call the church office (714) 534-5770.

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Fireworks Stand Helps Kids Go to Camp and Other English Ministries

Your purchase of fireworks from our stand will help send our own kids and youth to Anaheim District Nazarene camps and help support other GGNaz English ministries. The Fireworks Stand will be in the GGNaz south parking lot (between the church and Euclid/Trask Center). It will open on July 1st at 10:00 a.m.

Get in on these fantastic specials:flag-fireworks1

  • Fireworks Presale at 10% discount June 22 and 29 (purchase must be paid in full at time of purchase. Items can be picked up after 2:00 p.m. July 1).
  • We Pay the Tax on July 1
  • Drawing for Bicycle on July 2 and 3 (with purchase of at least $25)
  • Drawing for a large Fireworks Assortment on July 4 (with purchase of at least $50)
    10% off your entire purchase with proof of military service (*may not be combined with other discounts).

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High School Sunday School Update – Jesus in the Gospels

High Schoolers: Sunday School class meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 upstairs.  Join us as we study the life and ministry of Jesus.  I am using the website www.bibletimelines.net to determine the chronology of our study.

Here are some of the past studies:

October 13
Matt. 9:35, Mark 6:6 – Jesus’ third Galilean tour
Matt. 10:1-11, Mark 6:7-13, Luke 9:1-6 – Jesus sends out the twelve disciples

October 20
Matt 13:54-58, Mark 6:1-6 – Jesus is rejected at Nazareth a second time
Matt. 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29, Luke 9:7-9 – John the Baptizer is killed

October 27
Matt. 14:13, Mark 6:30-32, Luke 9:10 – Jesus mourns John’s death
Matt. 14:13-21, Mark 6:33-44, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-14 – Jesus feeds 5000 men, plus women and children

November 3
Missions Sunday

November 10
Matt. 14:22-36, 6:45-56, John 6:15-24 – Jesus walks on the water

November 17
John 6:22-71 – Many of Jesus’ followers leave Him
John 7:1 – Jesus begins to avoid Jerusalem

November 24
Matt. 15:21-28, Mark 7:24-30 – Jesus heals a Canaanite woman’s daughter
Matt. 15:29-39, 8:1-10 – Jesus feeds 4000 men, plus women and children

December 8
Mark 8:22-26 – Jesus heals a blind man
Matthew 17:1-13, Mark 9:2-13, Luke 9:28-36 – Jesus is transfigured

December 15
Matthew 17:14-21, Mark 9:14-29, Luke 9:37-43 – Jesus heals a demon-possessed boy
Matthew 18:1-20 – Who will be the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven?

December 22
Matthew 17:24-27 – Peter finds money to pay tax in the mouth of a fish
John 7:2-13 – Jesus goes to the Feast of Tabernacles secretly

January 12
John 7:14-52 – Jesus teaches in the temple during the Feast of Tabernacles

January 19
John 7:53-8:11 – Scribes and Pharisees bring a woman caught in the act of adultery
John 9:1-14 – Jesus heals a man born blind

January 26
Matt 19:1-2, Mark 9:30&10:1, Luke 9:51 – Jesus’ final return to Galilee, then departure to Jerusalem
Luke 10:1-24 – Jesus sends out the 70 missionaries

February 16
Luke 10:38-42 – Jesus in the home of Mary and Martha
John 11:1-45 – Lazarus is raised from the dead

February 23
John 11:47-53 – Caiaphas, the high priest
Luke 19:1-10 – Jesus visits Zacchaeus

March 9
Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30 – Jesus talks to the rich young ruler
Matthew 19:13-15, Mark 10:13-16, Luke 18:15-17 – Jesus blesses the children
Luke 17:11-19 – Jesus heals ten lepers

March 16
Jesus’ last days of life: Matthew 26:1-27:56, Mark 14:12-15:41, Luke 22:1-23:49, John 17:1-19:37

March 23
Jesus’ trials: Matthew 26:1-27:56, Mark 14:12-15:41, Luke 22:1-23:49, John 17:1-19:37
(We looked at Matthew 27:1-10, John 18:12-14, 18:19-24, and 18:28-19:24 in class)
Four sayings of Jesus on the cross (in order):
Luke 23:34, Luke 23:43, John 19:26-27, Matthew 27:46, John 19:28, John 19:29-30, and Luke 23:46

April 13
Special session: Lance B. will be speaking to us about his battle with cancer. Extra donuts will be available. Bring friends!

April 20

April 27
Jesus’ burial: Matthew 27:57-66, Mark 15:42-47, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:38-42
Jesus’ resurrection: Matthew 28:1-20, Mark 16:1-20, Luke 24:1-53, John 20:1-21:25

I hope to see you Sunday!

– Charles

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Family Beach Day

beach dayBonfires are still allowed at Huntington State Beach so join us for our annual Family Beach Day – August 30th. Pastor Pat will be at Huntington Beach State Beach around noon to reserve a spot with a fire ring. She will bring fire wood, mustard and ketchup and the ingredients for S’mores. You can call the church office after 12 noon for the lifeguard station number; enter at Magnolia Street. Bring your own food, beverages, towels, chairs, etc. Parking at the state beach is $15 per car.

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Valley Christian High School Concert Choir from Chandler, AZ

VCHS Choir 2012- Extrav (2)

Valley Christian High School Concert Choir
From Chandler, AZ will be performing at Garden Grove Church of the Nazarene on Sunday, March 10, during our 10:00 AM Worship Service.

The Concert Choir is comprised of 55 singers under the direction of Marianne Sloterbeek. Over the years this school’s concert choir has performed in prestigious places such as Notre Dame Cathedral (2004), Carnegie Hall (2008), the Lincoln Center (May 2012) and throughout Europe. Valley Christian’s Concert Choir believes the only thing better than singing is more singing.

We had the privilege of having the Valley Christian High School Concert Choir sing for us in March 2012. You won’t want to miss hearing their exciting message in song.

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Two Nights of Music, Poetry, Prayer and Worship

REVIVE your LIFE IN CHRIST ConcertREVIVE your LIFE IN CHRIST Benefit Concert, music and poetry with a purpose, is at 7:00 pm., Friday and Saturday, August 10-11, right here at Garden Grove Church of the Nazarene, 13411 Euclid Street, Garden Grove.

The concert features rap artists, spoken word poets and worship musicians such as Nick Bravo, Survivor Q, Chris Webb, Deliverus Ensemble and more. All proceeds will support the LA County Juvenile Hall Tour.

“There is a definite need for this kind of ministry that identifies with the kind of kids we’re working with,” says Chaplain Cedric Brown, Director of LA County Chaplains. “The kids are able to hear from individuals, not much older than they are, who have testimonies and experiences similar to theirs. They can then say, ‘I can be like that, my life can change too.'”

Admission is $15 for both nights and $10 for one night. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets and more info are available online at www.re-lic.com or by calling 626-331-3495.

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