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Sunday Bulletin – December 2

PDF: Bulletin December 2, 2018

Message Series: And He Shall Be Called …
Today’s Message:
 “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace”
Scripture: Isaiah 8:22-9:7

WELCOME to Cleburne Bible Church. If you haven’t made a decision to trust Christ as your personal Savior, our hope and prayer for you is that you will make that decision. “And this is the testimony, that God has given us eternal life and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has the life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have the life.” (1 John 5:11-12)

LIVE STREAMING – Live Streaming is available for both worship hours!  Click HERE.

OFFERING BOXES – are located at the front and side entrances to the building and just inside each door to the worship center. Online giving is also available, as is text giving.  For the phone number and/or directions, please click HERE, or you may pick up directions at the Kiosk.

BAPTISM – Will take place again on Sunday, December 9. If you desire baptism at that time, please call the church office to schedule an appointment with one of the pastors.

DISCOVERY CLASS – will introduce you to the mission, vision and values of CBC, as well as our history and the many ministries available to you. The class, which meets for 4 consecutive Sundays in Room 109 at 9:00 AM, is required for membership or if you desire to serve at CBC. If you are new here or have not been through the Discovery Class and would like to know more about CBC, sign up today at the kiosk and you will be added to the waiting list for the next available class sessions.


ANGEL TREE – We still have angel tags left on the Christmas tree in the Community Area!! If you have not taken one yet, please stop by the tree after worship and choose an angel from East Cleburne Community Center, Johnson County Welfare, and Prison Fellowship Ministries. Please return your wrapped gifts with tag attached to the tree by December 9 to ensure they are delivered to the children in time for Christmas. Don’t forget to register your tag on one of the clipboards by the tree! If you have questions, please contact Stephenie Smith (PFM) or Wendy Elliott (ECCC, JCW).

MENS 33 FELLOWSHIP – Men, join us on Wednesday, December 5, as we close out this study series with a fellowship featuring pizza and a drawing for some “give-aways.” Pizza and drinks will be furnished; you bring your favorite desserts! We will meet at the usual time and place – 7:00 PM in 109-110. We will also share our January schedule of events with you.

GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT – Ladies join us for a special Girls’ Night on Thursday, December 13 at 6:30 PM. Guest speaker Sgt. Neal Sandlin from the Cleburne Police Department Community Services Unit will be speaking on “Safety Awareness.” Sgt. Sandlin has been with the Cleburne Police Department since 2000, holds a Master Peace Officer License and is a certified Crime Prevention Specialist and a Police Instructor. Sgt. Sandlin is in charge of the Community Services Unit which offers programs aimed at educating citizens about their police department and ways that they might be able to protect themselves and their property. In addition, we will have our annual Christmas ornament gift exchange. Bring finger foods or $2, as well as an ornament if you plan to participate in the exchange. For more information contact Becky Ebert (817-933-4220).

CHRISTMAS CONCERTBehold The Lamb Of God: the TRUE tall take of the coming of CHRIST.  Friday, December 14 at 7:00 PM and Sunday, December 16 at 6:00 PM.  Presented by the CBC Worship Team.










OH COME YE TO CBC – Sunday, December 16, 6:00 PM, for the Annual CBC Christmas Family Fellowship that will take place just prior to the Christmas musical, Behold the Lamb of God. HOLD THIS DATE! Watch for details coming soon!

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD – Because you filled shoeboxes for the children who are ministered to by Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child, CBC packed 233 boxes this year!! Thank you to all who filled boxes, and a special thanks to Matt and the teens of CBC Student Ministries for helping out this year! CBC couldn’t have done it without y’all!

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