Hope Abides

Cahaba Springs Members and Friends, our Sunday, May 17 worship is streamed at 11 AM CDT through Facebook or YouTube. To connect, go to our Facebook page or click on the front page link. Leading this week is Dr. James D. McLeod, whose message is entitled Hope Abides. Our liturgists are Dr. Lesley Earles and Carl Martin, with music by Kay and Joe Carter. To download and print this week's order of worship and readings, click or tap OOW-5-17-20.pdf.

Our Bible study featuring the Book of Acts is conducted via Zoom every Wednesday, 6–7 PM Central. To join at 6, click or tap here. If this doesn't work, paste https://zoom.us/j/6268240711 into your Zoom app or join by telephone at 253-215-8782.

Our office remains open and you can get up-to-date congregational information through Yvonne at 205-655-0460. Please drop by the church, check out our art galleries, pick up a free mask made by Cynthia Sartin, and drop off your tithe. You may mail your contribution to Cahaba Springs Church, 6110 Deerfoot Parkway, Trussville 35173 or click or tap here to use our new online service. For information on "MyEOffering," click or tap MEO-Bulletin-Insert.pdf.

Watch for additional emails and access our web site, CSPChurch.org for up-to-date information. Please continue to keep our church, church family, and those who are isolated in group facilities in your prayers.

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