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The Week Ahead at Westburne…
Take a few minutes to check out our church website and see what is happening this week at Westburne and in the days ahead.

From Sunday, May 17 to Sunday, September 20 our morning services start at 10 a.m.

This Sunday, June 21st,
We will celebrating 'Father's Day' as we worship together and then enjoy a little extra BBQ together.
We are asking each family to bring a salad!

OUR HOPE 2015! 
'HOPE'...Don't Let Go!"

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.  Romans 15:13

Are you interested in taking the ALPHA program?  Have friend(s) that you would like to attend?  ALPHA will return in the fall of 2015.

Instead of using “I’m human” as an excuse to walk in the flesh, let us use “I’m saved” as a reason to walk in the Spirit.


The testimony of the believer is such a powerful tool of encouragement in the life of the church.
I like to think of a testimony of a follower of Jesus in this way--it's when His story becomes your story and becomes our story.

Do you have a word of testimony that you would like to share?  A word of hope that will be a blessing to others.
Please talk to me!  Thank you!


Sunday BBQ’s at Westburne
From Sunday May 17 until Sunday, September 20 immediately following the service we are encouraging you to stick around for a BBQ lunch together out on the deck.
Here are some of the ways that you can help:
Maybe you would like to help with the set-up, cooking, serving and clean-up.  If that is the case, please see Jim S.
Cases of pop, juice...WE HAVE ENOUGH WATER FOR NOW!
Ketchup, Mustard, Relish
Bottles of pickles, hot peppers, mayo
Large family sized bags of chips/munchies
While the BBQ’s are free, a donations jar is put out every week and the donations help us with the food cost.
Canada Day Celebration!
You're Invited
Wed. July 1st
7 p.m.-Dusk

Live Bands, Inflatables, Food and Fireworks.
Right here at Westburne
Bring your friends and lawn chairs

Volunteers Needed!
See the sign-up sheet in the church lobby this coming Sunday.

Help Share the Hope we have in Jesus with the whole community!
LOOKING AHEAD...   Beginning on Sunday, June 28th our sermon series "Stuff We Oughta Know By Now" will see us looking at some of the classic stories of the Old Testament and some biblical teachings that may need some refreshing in our minds.

Sunday, July 19th:  Mike and Cindy S. will be speaking in our morning service.

Closing Words:  I think one of the most amazing stories that Jesus taught was the parable of the 'Prodigal Son'.  You can read the entire story in Luke 15.  The youngest son sets out to do his own thing and ends up in dire straits.  I love what verse 17 says in the story:  "Finally, he came to his senses and said, “My father’s workers have plenty to eat, and here I am, starving to death! 18 I will go to my father...".  The story continues and we read that while the son was still a good distance from his home, his father saw him.  I believe his father was continually watching, hoping, waiting for his son to come home.  The young son has condemned himself and the father extends love.  Guilt, shame and feelings of worthlessness are no match for the grace the father will lavish on his son.  At any given moment,  there is a bit of the 'prodigal son' in each of us but keep your focus on the Father.  In John 3:1 we read this:  "What marvelous love the Father has extended to us! Just look at it—we’re called children of God! That’s who we really are. But that’s also why the world doesn’t recognize us or take us seriously, because it has no idea who he is or what he’s up to." (The Message)  

Have a great week!
Pastor Moe
Worship Service, Sunday, 10:00 AM

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