We are back in business with our weekly update. We hope you each get something from them as you and your families prepare for Sunday School
"Heavenly Father and His Beloved Son love all of God’s children no matter what they choose to do or what they become. The Savior paid the price of all sins, no matter how heinous. Even though there must be justice, the opportunity for mercy is extended which will not rob justice."
12-13 Year Old Class
we studied the topic "How can I learn to see Heavenly Fathers
hand in all things?". Class members shared ways they have seen the
Lords hand in their lives, and how they feel Heavenly Fathers love for
them individually. We watched a couple videos that helped us see how
others recognize Heavenly Fathers hand, which will hopefully encourage
us to notice more of the blessings we have in our own lives. We talked
about tender mercies from our Heavenly Father and how special they can
The class members were challenged to spend time each day
reflecting on how they had seen Heavenly Fathers hand that day, and
encouraged to write those things down in a journal or notebook.
12-13 Year Old Class: Prepare for this week
16-18 Year old Class Review
16-18 Year old Class: Prepare for this week
16-18 year olds lesson will be https://www.lds.org/youth/learn/ss/godhead/hand?lang=eng
How can I learn to see Heavenly Father’s hand in all things. We will look for ways others see Heavenly Father’s hand in there life, and then apply that to our own lives.
Gospel Doctrine Preview
Lesson 4: “Because of My Transgression My Eyes Are Opened”
Old Testament Class Member Study Guide, (2001), 4
Additional reading: Genesis 2–3; 1 Corinthians 15:20–22; 2 Nephi 2:5–30;9:3–10; Helaman 14:15–18; Doctrine and Covenants 19:15–19; 29:34–44;Articles of Faith 1:2; “Fall of Adam,” Bible Dictionary, page 670.
USHER HELP NEEDED
Our stake has now been asked to supply an additional 10 ushers at the shoe coverings due to the volume of visitors already as well as 10 ushers per shift to help out in parking, etc. The Stake's most PRESSING ISSUE is that we have an assignment coming up this Tuesday for Bouldercreek and Eastridge Wards and we are short 30 ushers. The other wards are short as well.
- Shift #1 - 1/21 7am-11am(Eastridge) - Still Need 15
- Shift #1 - 1/21 7am-11am (Bouldercreek) - Still Need 15
- Shift #2 - (Hawes) - Still Need 9
- Shift #2 - (Highland) - Still Need 9
- Shift #3 - (Highland Groves) - Still Need 9
- Shift #3 - (Highland Ranch) - Still Need 9
- Shift # -6:00pm (Meadows) - Still Need 6
- Shift # -6:00pm (Monterey) - Still Need 6
- Shift #5 - (Redfield) - Still Need 11
- Shift #5 - (Sossaman) - Still Need 11