WEEK OF OCTOBER 18, 2020
Here's this week's bulletin. Check out some new events coming up!
We are regathering for worship every Sunday evening on the front lawn at 5:00 p.m. Beginning Sunday, November 1, we will begin meeting at 4:00 p.m.
Here are the worship songs for Sunday! (Click)
Growth Groups start this week!
Our next Paseo Pathway study, called Jesus People, will be a deep dive into the book of John. It will be an 8 to 9 week study that will begin the week of October 18 and take us into December with groups taking off the week of Thanksgiving. If you are not already on the Pathway with a growth group or would like to join a new one, click HERE. To download the Paseo Pathway study, click HERE.
20 Liters Walk for Water and Filter Build - Saturday, October 24, 8:30 a.m. at the church.
We are raising money, growing awareness, and building water filters for 20 Liters, an organization that provides clean drinking water for families in Africa! As a church family we will be having a 5K walk, launching from Paseo del Rey Church's west side. You can walk spaced out with the group, or walk on your own separately. We are following Covid guidelines of social distancing and wearing masks.
Post-walk, around 9:30 - 9:45 a.m. on the Paseo del Rey Church's west lawn, we will team together, socially distanced, to build a portion of the filters.
Join us for both the walk and build or for just a part of the morning. Either way, our aim is to be a blessing to those in need of clean water. This Sunday at church, we will be handing out flyers that you can use to invite friends to join you! Each registration will include a Paseo/20 Liters bandana-style mask!
To register for the Walk or to donate to 20Liters click HERE
On Sunday, October 25 we will be concluding our series on the Lord’s Prayer called Thy Kingdom Come: Covid, Race, and King Jesus. We are taking a deep look at the theology Jesus teaches us in the Lord’s prayer and how it applies to today’s circumstances and challenges. Please join me in praying for our study and asking the Lord to use his words to mold us into people who will see and respond rightly to the present day issues.
COMING UP AT PASEO
Celebration of Life Service for Linda Bryant, Saturday, November 21, at 2:00 p.m. on the church lawn. We will live streaming the service as well. Please bring your own chair and wear a mask. Thank you for your prayers for the Bryant family.
Our Church Library - We have found that over the past five years our church library has not been used very much. We feel that space could be better used as a prayer and counseling room and have decided to dismantle the library. We are thankful to have had this resource for so long and are excited to see how God will work in that space.
We are offering any of the resources, books, DVDs and bookcases free to any of you who would like them. You can peruse the library a couple different ways. Stop by this Sunday, October 18th at our 5:00 p.m. worship service on the lawn (one family unit in the library at a time, please), or call the church office, 619-421-7733 to schedule a time, Tuesday - Friday, October 20-23rd, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Neighborhood Initiative - Several weeks ago we canvased this neighborhood just south of J street to help identify physical and social needs. We have responded to one call and we are now visiting an elderly woman that requested some company to talk with on her porch. If you'd like to join the rotating team of those visiting Delores once a week, please contact Mary in the church office at email@example.com or call 619-421-7733.
Our message is simple, "neighbors care for one another, how can we care for you?" As the needs arise, please be prepared and ready to volunteer talents, time, and resources to help love our Paseo neighbors in meaningful ways.
THIS WEEK AT PASEO (click each for more details)
- PASEO KIDS - We are excited that Paseo Kids is going to connect again in person this Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Paseo Kid's service will be held on the east side lawn while the adult service will be on the west side. To ensure everyone's safety, social distancing will be practiced, face masks will be required, and check-in areas will be touchless. Please email Ryan Newcomb, Paseo Kids Director for more information or if you have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
- PASEO STUDENTS
- Wednesday evening Zoom hangout, 7:00 - 8:15 p.m.
- Small Groups - Small groups are meeting in person on various days of the week and in different locations for a study through the book of 1 Peter. Please reach out to your student's leader for locations or contact Carlo at email@example.com
- SATURDAY MORNING MEN'S FELLOWSHIP - Saturday Morning at 7:30am in the Paseo parking lot. Bring your own seating and coffee! The guys are currently discussing readings from the book, My Utmost For His Highest, by Oswald Chambers.
- VINE LIFE SUPPORT GROUP - This support group is for the broken -- that's all of us! Anyone who has been affected by hurts, habits or addictions are welcome. Saturday Morning at 9:00am. Bring a chair and your mask as we'll meet outside.
As we continue to "spur one another on to love and good deeds" we are picking a local restaurant to support each week to try to help the owners say afloat in these difficult times. To have more of an impact and relationship with the places we have visited over the past weeks, we are now cycling back to some of these same restaurants. Therefore, this week's Paseo Loves Local is Lani's Homemade Cookies.
Any day during the week of October 19-23 we will be supporting Lani's Homemade Cookies. Leilani Robles has a Facebook business page HERE or call her to order your cookies at 619-228-6314. Always fresh, baked daily. Delivery is available $3-$10 or you can pick them up. Cash/Zelle/Venmo/Facebook Pay Here is a bit of Leilani's story:
In 2012 Leilani adopted two babies, and in that same year lost her first husband to a massive heart attack. Raising not one, but two infants was not an easy talk as a single mother. In 2016, sent by God, a wonderful man, Wailani walked into their lives and became a great dad to her children. In 2020 Leilani lost her job to Covid-19 and Wailani's business was falling back and they had to do something to survive. She started baking and selling cookies (her chocolate chip cookie recipe is her Hawaiian grandmother's recipe) on EastLake Food-to-Go. In one week she and her husband went from one dozen to 50 dozen and now bake around 20-65 a day, shipping across the U.S. "We are serving our community putting smiles on faces, one cookie at a time."