Our Blue Bag Christmas collection has begun. Our goal is 100 bags. Deadline is December 9. Please pick up the blue bag in the foyer, you can download the suggested food list below. Feel free to add more than what is on the list. Please add a decoration to the blue bag. If you need assistance with carrying your bag, please ask Keith or Sue Youngflesh. Your support is very appreciated by all. Thank you!
About the Speaker:
D r . H a r r y C . Washington, III is a Nationally Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor through the National Christian Counselors Association. He is the minister of the Outreach Church of Christ Ministries in Woodland, California. Dr. Washington realized that he had a calling on his life for counseling at a young age. He recalls as a teenager being selected as a youth counselor for the small children at the YMCA. It was during that summer that he realized the impact he had on the lives of others. During this season in his life, he began to go to church and was able to grow in many ways.
He reflects back to his home congregation of North Broadway Church of Christ in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. It was there that he first began to learn to minister to others in ways that would be pleasing to Christ. Dr. Washington retired from the United States Air Force after serving for 20 years. He thoroughly enjoyed his time in the Air Force. No matter where he was stationed, the body of Christ was there as his family.
While in the military Dr. Washington was able to become an Air Force Heavyweight Boxing Champion and the Army’s 7th Core Superheavyweight Boxing Champion. Being an athlete has enhanced his perseverance, dedication and commitment to the cause of the gospel of Christ.
Dr. Washington is the founder and director of Christian Grace Counseling Center and Christian Grace Counseling Academy. He provides Biblically-based counseling that looks to the heart issues and not just the symptoms. He focuses on individual, marriage, and family specialties, including depression, anxiety, co-dependency, all addictions (including lust/sexual addiction), self-esteem issues, anger, sexual abuse, pre-marital counseling, marital and family relationships problems, and spiritual issues. His Christian Counseling Academy provides training opportunities for others to become Christian counselors.
Dr. Washington received his Doctorate in Philosophy and Clinical Christian Counseling from Cornerstone University. He received his master’s degree in Bible and Ministry from Lubbock Christian University. He also obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology and a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Columbia College. He received his associate degree in Business Administration from Southwestern Christian College.
Dr. Washington resides in Sacramento with his lovely wife and soul mate, Audrey. He has two adult children and nine grandchildren.
October 12-14, 2018
God has so blessed us and is taking such good care of us, it seems only fitting that we should look for every opportunity to do what we do best—give and share what God has given to us.
Keith and Sue Youngflesh, along with many other CV members, have been presenting us with ways to share with others. Our yearly giving of Christmas grocery bags has been so successful over the years that we are asking individuals, families, and Life Groups to participate in a monthly food bag program that also advertises our congregation with reusable food bags, imprinted with Canyon View’s information.
The food bags are designed to meet the needs of members, neighbors, friends, and family who need food for various reasons: loss of income, lack of work, long-term illness, new to the neighborhood, or a new baby.
In the lobby, pick up a Food Shopping List with instructions and a blue Canyon View recyclable bag each month. Buy the items, fill the bag, and drop it off in the lobby. Each bag is approximately $30 worth of food and weighs approximately 17.5 pounds. If you can’t shop, but wish to donate money toward a food bag, see Keith and Sue Youngflesh or Barry Day.
A single unit of blood can provide up to three patients with life saving treatments. Donating a unit of blood takes about 30-40 minutes. This time frame includes the paperwork that needs to be filled out and the post-donation time in the “canteen” area of the mobile where you are offered juice, water, and/or light snacks.
If you are planning on being a first time donor, we can schedule a few mini-meetings between class and church time or after worship between August 15 and September 2. If you would rather talk one-on-one with a “veteran” donor, let us know.
If you are ready to make an appointment for this blood drive, there are two ways you can do this:
- You can call the San Diego Blood Bank at 1-800-469-7322. Let them know you want to donate at Canyon View on 9/9.
- Go on-line to sandiegobloodbank.org website. Go to the appointment tab for mobile donation sites. Put in 9/9 as donation date. Our location will show up there. You do not need to provide an account or log-in to make an appointment.
If you wish to have your donation added to Canyon View’s “credit” system at the San Diego Blood Bank, just mention the code CVCH, when you donate. This is an account that can be used by members in need of blood donations. (Reminder cards will be provided.)
We hope to have at least 15-20 units of blood donated. The drive will be open to the Clairemont community. Blood donors are truly giving folks so we want these visitors to feel welcome on our site. Canyon Villas will also have a representative at this event.
If you have questions or concerns about this outreach effort, please click here, or contact Kenneth Heath, Carol Simonson or Barry Day.
Again, this year, we hope to provide backpacks and school supplies for 20 students at Kit Carson Elementary School in the Linda Vista area. A bin for contributions will be in the foyer from July 15 – August 19.
Suggestion lists are available now to help with your shopping choices.
Each year it seems that stores like Walmart, Target, and Staples begin their back-to-school promos and bargains earlier and earlier. If anyone prefers to donate money (cash or check made out to Canyon View), we will gladly do the shopping.
If additional items are donated above and beyond the goal, members can let us know of families that may need this type of help.
If you have questions or comments, please talk with Patti Rolla or Carol Simonson.
Thank you, in advance, for your continuing support and generous hearts. This ministry has been ongoing for 15 years.
Hello, Canyon View!
Feeding Kids First is an organization in San Diego whose goal is to help children with food-deficit issues at home. Every weekend, there are thousands of children in San Diego County who go home and don’t know if they’ll get a meal before school comes back around on Monday.
There is a box in the foyer labeled, “Feeding Kids First,” for those who would like to make a food donation. The last day will be Sunday, June 3rd.
Feeding Kids First kindly requests nonperishable, individually packaged foods, such as oatmeal, macaroni and cheese, or fruit snacks. If you’re interested in helping, there will be an information sheet on the box with a more descriptive list of what the organization is looking for. Thank you for your help!
Canyon View will provide 100 bags of groceries to hungry community members as a gift from Jesus this season. The gift will help families have a holiday meal. Lists of food items and bags are available in the foyer. Please, make sure that no food item expiring before January 31, 2018 is placed in your bag.
1. Pick up 2 brown bags (for double bagging) and a food item list.
2. Give your bag a “holiday spirit” by decorating it in a fun and festive way.
3. Fill your doubled bag with the listed items.
4. Place your bag near the podium on or before SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10th.
5. For questions or to request a food bag, contact Sue Youngflesh, (619) 733-1373.
A $20 grocery gift card will be added to each bag before delivery so that recipients may purchase fresh items or meat. If you wish to contribute toward the gift cards, make a separate check out to the church (annotated “Christmas Gift
Card”) and put it in the offering plate OR place a check or cash in one of the “donation cans” located at the entrance.
It’ a good time for the guys to get together, catch up on what’s going on, and enjoy good food. It’s also a time of prayer so bring your praises and your needs. Come hungry and bring a guest – You’ll be glad you did!
MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, and by preschoolers we mean kiddos from birth through kindergarten. MOPS exists for you. Being a mom is beautiful and hard, and we get that sometimes you just need a safe space to breathe. A place to get some encouragement that what you are doing matters and to be reminded that you are important. We are all in this together.
MOPS offers moms (and moms-to-be!) the opportunity to:
Make friends who relate to you and be a part of a Christian community. We like to call it our tribe of women who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood.
Receive hope-filled insight through group discussions and speakers who know we’ve only had three hours of uninterrupted sleep last night so they better keep it interesting!
Create, imagine, and actually finish a project! Who doesn’t love an occasional Pinterest-y project?
Find fulfillment in looking beyond ourselves with occasional service projects.
Have your kiddos be part of a Christian based preschool style experience that they will love going back to. Look, we all love our kids, but let’s be honest: a little break now and then makes us want to be with them even more.
The Who, When, Where and How of Canyon View MOPS:
Who: Women who are expecting or have kiddos from birth through kindergarten.
Thursdays from 10:00am – 11:30am (child care check in begins at 9:45 am.
Fall semester begins September 13, 2018.
Where: Canyon View Church of Christ- Located at 4292 Balboa Ave., San Diego, CA 92117
Registration per semester is $90/per mom, and $10/per child (age 6 months – 5 years) in the MOPPETS childcare program. This covers childcare, materials, and membership into MOPS International. Partial scholarships are available.
Ways to Connect?
Registration is currently closed for Spring. Wait list is available HERE.
You are also welcome to join us for Play Dates and our Mom’s Night Out events. You do not need to be a member to meet up with us for these events. Please see our Facebook Page for information about our next outing.
New to MOPS?
Still unsure about this ‘tribe’ of women we speak of?
Have a question for us?
We would love to answer your questions and get you connected with other moms.
Please send us an email at CanyonViewChurchMOPS@gmail.com and let us know what’s on your mind, and one of our leadership team members will get back to you as soon as the kiddos go down for a nap…
MOPS CHILDCARE WORKERS NEEDED
We are seeking loving arms to hold, play with and facilitate a lesson for little ones while their mommies take a break and get recharged to be even better moms. MOPS meets Thursdays, October through May. If you are available to help Thursdays from 9:30am to 12pm and have a heart for children, we would love to hear from you. You may fill out our Moppets worker application Here. You may also contact us at CanyonViewChurchMOPS@gmail.com for more information.