Oct 2
October 9, 2020, 5:14 PM
October 2, 2020
First Christian Church of San Marcos
exists to lead people into a growing relationship
with Jesus Christ!
Third Sermon in the the series this week!
"Mother Teresa"
Join us this Sunday on FACEBOOK
look for the red "live" button.
Or any time on our website @ fcc-sm.org
10:30 am
Music will begin @10:25 (new time)
See you Sunday!
As we know the whole world is fighting a dangerous and contagious viral enemy. We all wish it weren't so. We all long for the pre-pandemic days that might have seemed hard at times, but nothing like this. The way previous pandemics were ended was by quarantining. In other times there was no medicine, no vaccine, just careful and responsible behavior.
We can do this. As Christians, we need to take the long view. We need a daily attitude adjustment, to remind ourselves that God is still master of the universe, and is helping us. This is not a time for self-pity, even if the disease has interfered with plans we had, or with life as it was before. Now is the time to be creative, prayer, responsible, hopeful, and--yes--joyful! Our community and family and friends need that, and we can do it.
~Pastor Gregory
We can do all things through Him who strengthens us! (Philippians 4:13)
The Youth will meet
Wednesday, October 7
in-person @ 6:00 (new time)
See ya soon!
This week at First Christian
Adult Bible Study - Linda Vetters @9:30 am Sunday on Zoom
Sunday Worship @ 10:30 am on Facebook or @ fcc-sm.org
Pastor on the Porch - Friday @ 10:00 am
Informal meeting with Pastor Gregory Ross on zoom
How Can We Pray for You?
If you wish Prayer for any reason send your request to
place "Prayer Request" in the subject line -
our staff & team will pray for you.
Please pray for these . . . Daily!
All of our kids (age 0 - 5th grade) as they struggle to find a new normal in school. For our youth (grade 6 - 12 +) as they deal with their anxieties about what the future holds for them. For our parents as they try to hold things together for their kids, their work and the health and safety for them all. For FCC, the Board and Staff for tough decisions that are being considered and made. For all of those in our community who are in great need and are being impacted in
ways we can't comprehend by this pandemic.
Also for these with special health needs
and those experiencing grief:
Rebecca Chapmon; Tracy Wilson; Maren Kay Milam and family; Charles Cobb; Kathy Kunchick; SMPD; Vicki Roberts;
Haley Karlik; Tony Rash; David Voight; Dawn Jester;
Susan Pruett; Jackie Cable; Judy Deforest; Kathy Smith;
Dorothy McLendon; Jean English; Honey Cuellar;
Mary Tijerina; Dawn Shank; David Warren;
Richard McDaniel;Ellen & Manfred Kremkus;
Melissa & Brett; Martinez extended family;
Patrick McGuire; Judy Ritchie; David Druham; Robert Longest;
HOME Center of Central TX; Western Illinois Univ;
Congratulations to Katie & Tory Carpenter & Miles as they welcome Clayton Mark!!
Born September 27, 2020.
If you would like to provide a meal for the Carpenters
call Rita Buchanan to schedule - 512-767-3101.
It will be greatly appreciated.
An Opportunity to Help our Community.
HOME Center of Central Texas 
Please check out their Facebook site to
learn more about their activities.
A collection point has been set up at FCC outside the office
door for some of these items. You can also give items by going to their Facebook page and going to their Amazon wish list of items and ordering items from there. They have three or four different packs they give to the homeless and also could use help getting these packages together in gallon storage bags.
Some of the items needed are:
Water • Gatorade
Orange juice (small) • insect repellent
socks for men & women - above the ankle type
canned fruit • Crackers
Crackers & Tuna & Similar items.
protein bars • trail mix
tuna packs or other easy open canned foods
(for those occasionally put up in motels.)
disposable masks • hand sanitizer
Travel size toothpaste • shampoo • conditioner, soap
Gallon storage bags
Thanks to any of you who can donate items.
The homeless really are thankful to get any of these items.
These items were delivered to HOME
this week!
Thanks Everyone!
Thanks to Jackie Cable for
the handmade masks!
Hays County Food Bank
$5 can provide 20 meals.
Every action makes a difference.
Send checks to FCC marked "Food Bank"
or mail checks directly to the Food Bank
220 Herndon St. • San Marcos, TX 78666
OR go to their website at www.haysfoodbank.org