Backpack and School Supplies Giveaway
This Week's Schedule
09:30 AM - Praise & Worship Practice - Chapel 10:00 AM - Adult Sunday School - Library 10:15 AM - Prayer Group - Prayer Room 11:00 AM - Worship Service - Chapel 12:30 PM - Food & Fellowship - Fireside Room
5:00 PM - Craft Class - Classroom 2 5:00 PM - WM Mid-Week Concert - (See info below) 6:00 PM - Men's Bible Study - Fireside Room
10:00 AM - CAMEO: Paw-verbs Study - Fireside Room 08:00 PM - WMI Soloist Recital - (See info below)
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Bring Your Own Craft Social - Classroom 2 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Haircuts - Classroom 1 NOTE: For those with appointments only. The list is already full. - Classroom 1 1:00 PM - Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony - Chapel & Fireside Room 1:30 PM - WMI Final Festival - Tustin Ranch Corps (See info below)
To see our Concord Corps delegates, other Del Oro Division delegates, or music students from across the territory, the following public events are as follows and will also be live-streamed at:
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 5:00 PM– MID-WEEK CONCERT – Pine Summit
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 8:00 PM – SOLOIST RECITAL – Pine Summit
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
1:30 PM – FINAL FESTIVAL – TUSTIN RANCH CORPS
Save the Date
August 7-12 Camp Redwood Glen, Scotts Valley, CA Registration is now open - see Major Ann.
Anthem (formerly known as WYI), is a week-long event for young adults, ages 18-28 that fosters a space for participants to explore the story of Jesus and learn how it intertwines with their own stories and the stories of others.
Anthem is more than an event. Anthem is a safe place for young adults to experience community and discover what it means to live out the story of Jesus in their own lives
Anthem seeks to create a space where delegates feel empowered to worship freely.
Our goal is that attendees feel welcome at Anthem and to come as they are to worship Jesus.
Our anthem is Victory over sin. Our anthem is Communion with God and His creation. Our anthem is praise to the creator God for His love, power, and glory.
We are excited to share with you information about the 2023 Divisional Family Camp!
This year’s family camp theme is “Let Me Tell You a Story!”, based on the parables that Jesus told during his ministry on earth. These parables/stories illustrated deeper valuable moral lessons that are relevant to all of us. Please promote with your Corps families and members this opportunity for spiritual growth and fellowship. Our special guest speakers for the weekend will be Colonels Eddie & Genevera Vincent, Territorial Chief Secretary & Women’s Ministries Secretary.
When, Where, & Who:
The retreat will be held on August 25-27, 2023 at Camp Del Oro.
We will have programming for kids, teens, young adults, and adults. Childcare for ages 2-6 will be provided during main meeting times. Kids ages 7-12 will have programming brought to you by the Youth Department. Teens and Young Adults will have times with activities specific to their age, and the whole family will have opportunities for fellowship and spiritual growth throughout the retreat.
Cost: $75 per person. Transportation is not provided.
Please note that lodging registration is on a first-come first-served basis.
Final registration and any final changes are due Friday, August 04, 2023
Check-In & Check-Out: Registration will be between 4:00-5:30 pm on Friday at the Dining Hall Deck. Dinner at 6:00 pm. Check-out will be on Sunday, August 27th after lunch around 12:00 pm.
Lodges: Single occupancy rooms include one double bed with bedding included, double occupancy rooms include two twin beds with bedding and towels included.
Cabins: These are dormitory-style furnished with bunk beds with restrooms and showers inside our bathhouse separate from the cabin. Families will need to bring a sleeping bag or sheets/blanket, a pillow, a towel for showers, shower shoes, and toiletries in a bag easily carried back and forth to the bathhouse.
“OTHER” Lodging options include, families bringing their own. Tent: space will be around cabins so they can have a bathhouse closer (spaces are limited)
RV/Trailer: spaces are limited
Not Staying at Camp: outside hotel-own arrangements,
Day Pass: only meals and activities included for one day (indicate Friday, Saturday, or Sunday)
Weekend Attire: Casual for Friday & Saturday, Uniform (fatigue) for Sunday.
Unsung Heroes Rally
Women's Ministries Newsletter
Click on the link below for helpful material for Women's Ministries
International Prayer Focus
This initiative of turning our thoughts and prayers towards the same part of the world at some point in the same week is a beautiful way to unite us as a global Army family and I thank you for the commitment you each give to this.
Territorial Leaders: Colonels Stephen & Wendy Morris
We praise God for the work of the Mission Team from USA Southern Territory, who have been ministering throughout the territory in recent weeks, sharing the love of Jesus through testimony, song, and hospitality.
We praise God for technological capabilities that allow salvationists and friends to come together from all over the country and share significant occasions together.
We praise God for the recent Post-Commissioning Seminar, providing the opportunity for officers within their first five years of ministry as well as those officers who have served between ten to fifteen years to come together for a time of learning, spiritual growth and development, and mutual encouragement.
Please pray for the Japan Territory as it continues to emerge in a post-Covid19 environment; for direction as to how to re-engage with our corps, centers, and communities in meaningful ways.
Please pray for the spiritual and physical health and well-being of all officers, staff, soldiers, and participants in each corps and center throughout the territory.
Please pray for salvationists in this territory as they continue to worship in spirit and truth (John 4:23-24); that they may be filled with an indescribable joy and the promise of hope in all they do.
Please pray for the ongoing development of a Territorial Education, Training, and Spiritual Life Development Strategy for the Territory.
Please pray for the provision of cadets for officer training in creative and flexible ways as the Territory responds to the need for Leader Development.
Requests will be prayed for in our Prayer Room and distributed through our Prayer Chain. Requests can be made anonymously.
You can make a tithe payment, give an offering, or donate towards the World Services fund.