Ways (Next Steps) to Help You Connect & Grow In Our Church

Who is spiritually pouring into you, and who are you pouring into?

“Where is Jesus Christ at work in our world? How does he touch the problems of society today, at the begining of the twenty first century?

The answer is that He is at work exactly as He was at work in His lifetime on earth, carrying out precisely the same strategy! Two-thousand years ago, He did His work through one solitary, earthly, physical body. Today, He carries on the same work through a complex, many-faceted, corporate body which exists around the world, permeating and penetrating every level of society. It is called “the church,” the body of Christ – but its ministry is to the same human race that Jesus ministered to, experiencing the same issues and conditions, facing the very same attitudes and problems.–Ray Stedman

Ways (Next Steps) to Help You Connect & Grow In Our Church Flyer

 

FREE Monday Community Breakfast

Details about the breakfast:

Every Monday from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. the CSBC Community Breakfast is open to ALL.

Each week the menu is different. Menu includes a variety of breakfast food (i.e. eggs, bacon, pancakes, French toast, toast or pastry.) Coffee, tea and juice/milk are also available.

The breakfast is FREE to ANYONE who walks through the doors. ALL ARE WELCOME!

For more information, contact Supervisor, Sue Craft at (207) 542-0360. Find and like us on Facebook too!

For more information contact
Sue Craft
542-0360 | csbccombreakfast@gmail.com

Fair Haven Camps

Here at CSBC we fully support Fair Haven Camps a dynamic Christian summer camp and year round program involving such activities as horsemanship, water sports, and wilderness adventure, as well as many others.

Currently, about 40% of Camp Fairhaven’s budget is paid for by generous gifts from churches, business gifts, and you, our Fair Haven Family. If you would like to partner with us by making a financial contribution to camp; please mail checks to the camp office or go on-line to make a secure donation.

All donations to Fair Haven Camps are tax deductible.

Fair Haven Camps | 81 W. Fair Haven Lane | Brooks, Maine 04921

For more information contact
Fair Haven Camps
722-3456 | register@fairhavencamps.org

Yokefellows at Maine State Prison

CSBC volunteers visit the prison every Wednesday and Thursday evening to facilitate small discussion groups, Topical and Biblical studies, along with prayer.

For more information contact
Brian Vanden Brink
236-4035 | brian@brianvandenbrink.com
Jim Yesberger
992-3184 | jryesberger@aol.com

Camden Area Christian Food Pantry

At Camden Area Christian Food Pantry we help feed people in need in Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville, Hope, Appleton, Union, Washington and Searsmont.

All residents of our service area are welcome.

Here at the church, you can help by leaving donations in the tote located in the Fellowship Hall. Envelopes for money donations are located on the rear sanctuary table.

Donations of food can be dropped off directly at the food pantry located at 128 Mount Battie Street.

For more information contact
Camden Area Christian Food Pantry
236-9790 | camdenpantry@gmail.com

Care Net Crisis Pregnancy Center

Here at Care Net Crisis Pregnancy Center we’re not here to judge or tell you what you should decide. We don’t make any money off of anything you choose to do. We’re here to provide you with a FREE lab quality pregnancy test and medically accurate information. Our staff will go over all of your options with you if your pregnancy test result is positive. We understand that sometimes you need a place to process everything, to think through all your options, to feel safe to share what’s on your mind.

If you have questions about pregnancy, abortion procedures, adoption, parenting, and sexually transmitted infections, please don’t hesitate to visit our center.

We are here to listen to your needs. All of our services are confidential and free of charge.

Our services are available regardless of income, race or religion.

Please find a copy of our CareNet Spring 2017 Newsletter

For more information contact
Care Net Crisis Pregnancy Center
594-1616 | carenet@midcoast.com

OWLS (Older, Wiser, Loving Servants)

For our youth ages 60 and over. We meet every first Wednesday of the month and devote time in fellowship, prayer, and some singing. Many meetings happen here at CSBC and some are spent exploring mid-coast Maine by visiting the many museums, historical venues or just some of the vast desserts and dining settings in our area. Each month is always something new and exciting.

For more information contact
Jerry & Marylou Gabriele
236-4039 | gabriele8@myfairpoint.net
Bob & Liz Winchenbach
236-2909 | elizabethwinch49@yahoo.com

Ladies Mission Circle

A group of faithful women who meet on the second Wednesday of the month from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM Our primary focus is on making articles for the Maine Chaplaincy Service, a Christian outreach organization to nursing homes. We have also provided for needs for the Hospitality House, Care Net, our college students, needy families at Christmas, and a card ministry to our shut-ins and missionaries. In the morning we have a work session, eat lunch together at noon, and have a short business meeting and prayer meeting for the requests of our missionaries, and a devotional after lunch. This is all accompanied by much fellowship, laughter and fun. All ladies of the church are invited to join us.

For more information contact
Priscilla Siegel
236-6735 | onceabell34@yahoo.com

Windward Gardens Service

The residents of Windward Gardens assisted living community are always in need of some warm company, a friendly hug, a word of encouragement, or a smile.

This ministry is ALWAYS welcome to families and individuals to help accompany (piano, guitar, etc.) hymns, especially every first Sunday of each month at 1:30 PM Windward Gardens is an assisted living community which can constantly use some warm company, a friendly hug, handshake or smile.

We are ALWAYS looking for people willing to help in our Windward Gardens Ministry one Sunday per month or more if led and willing.

For more information contact
Rich Wellman
542-7510 | rtwcomtalk@msn.com

Alcoholics Anonymous

Questions or concerns about alcoholism or addiction?

There is ALWAYS a solution. If you have any questions or you would just like to find out more information on these topics; CSBC hosts an Alcoholics Anonymous group which meets every Saturday morning from 8:30am – 9:30am in the Parlor.