It’s come to our attention that several people have received emails from a fake address claiming to be Rick Downs. The fake address was a believable variation on Rick’s actual email address (his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org). Please be on the look out for fake/phishing emails and please don’t give any personal information to an email you aren’t 100% sure of. If you receive one these emails, you can report it as phishing/spam through your email provider. Thanks.
Due to forecasted weather, Adult Ed and Sunday school will be cancelled for Sunday, January 20th. The 10am service will be taking place for those who can safely make it to the church building. Please use your judgment and exercise caution.
If you are scheduled to volunteer but don’t think you’ll be able to make it to the service, please let your team leader know:
In response to inquiries we’ve received, we want to tell you that the topic of the informational meeting scheduled for 9:00am on June 24 is the report delivered to the elders by GRACE. Due to the sensitive nature of the report, some discussion may be inappropriate for children. Parents are reminded that our usual Sunday School classes will be open, and we request that children be dropped off at the start of class at 8:45 to avoid interruption of the classes.
Please make plans to join us this Saturday for the CTK All-Church Picnic. Google Maps et al will only get you in the vicinity, so here are exact directions to Houghton Pond Picnic Area 5, where we will be gathering — it's just 35 minutes from Cambridge, and rides are available for those who need them. Please contact Sarah Goodman if you are able to help with grilling, games or leading a hike.
The staff of CTK is so grateful for all the ways that volunteers serve our community, and the month of May marks the time we set apart to express that. There are a plethora of ways in which people serve the church, and we want to take an opportunity each week to shine a light on and express our gratitude for a different volunteer role.
For this Week: Cambridge is an international city, and CTK is an international church - and so every Monday evening, our ESL Volunteers open the doors of the church to teach English classes to members of the community and the congregations of CTK. With small class sizes, ESL develops not only language skills, but friendships. Led by experienced ESL teachers Anna Boardman and Mary Cote, classes are offered at a variety of levels - and they are looking for new volunteers for 2018-19! Whether you’ve never taught ESL before or have years of experience, you can play a role teaching and loving members of our international community. Contact Mary for more information. Thank you, ESL team, for your service to our church and city!
Time is almost up to register for the Winter Getaway! Feel free to email email@example.com with any last-minute questions. There are still private rooms available for families and scholarships are available upon request. Visit www.ctkcambridge.org/getaway for more information and FAQs. Come and join us!