Announcements, 1.4.11

*NEW* City Church Particularization On Sunday, January 23rd, City Church will hold its particularization service as part of our normal worship service at 4 PM. During this  service we will ordain elders, install Erik as pastor, and formally become a church in the PCA. After the service we will have a reception at the Stonewall Jackson Professional Building (1520 W. Main St., at the corner with Lombardy St). Please plan on being a part of this exciting moment in the life of City Church. If you can help with the reception, please contact Jennifer Walker (jennifer.p.walker [at] Receipts for 2010 giving We will be issuing receipts for 2010 giving at the end of this month. If you'd like to help us save paper (and postage), you can always request that a PDF version of your receipt be emailed to you. If you'd like us to email you your receipt, please let Val Catrow know (val [at]


Loaves & Fishes, 1/16 Our next opportunity to serve at Loaves & Fishes will be Sunday, January 16th. We will meet at the Conrad Center (1400 Oliver Hill Way) from 11am to around 2pm to prepare and serve the meal. If you have any questions or would like to help out, please contact Kira Disse at kmdisse [at]

Move to Beth Ahabah (updated info!) City Church will be moving its Sunday afternoon worship service to Beth Ahabah Synagogue (1117 W. Franklin St.) beginning in February 2011.  While the current building has served us well for the last 4 1/2 years, the bigger space at Beth Ahabah will allow us to welcome more people to worship and to serve our children and our community better. If you have questions about this transitions, please feel free to contact Andrew Bleckley (ableckley [at] or Erik (erik [at]

Note: Andrew Bleckley (leader of the worship space team) and Pastor Erik will be available this Sunday (January 9th) after the worship service to answer any question or address any concerns associated with the move. This meeting will be held in the basement of the church 15 minutes after the service ends.