Thanksgiving Chapel 2014
By: WebmasterDate: Nov 19, 2014 Tags: School News, Service
“Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His love endures forever.” Psalm 136:1.
Join Plymouth Christian Academy students and faculty at our annual all-school Thanksgiving Chapel Service on Wednesday, November 26, at 10 am in the auditorium. We hold our annual Thanksgiving service to celebrate the many blessings God has bestowed upon each of us. Each Thanksgiving we also take the time as a school body to give back, locally or internationally. This year we are holding a school-wide can drive for the Detroit Rescue Mission. The Detroit Rescue Mission was founded on February 14, 1909 and since that date has served Detroit’s most needy populations. According to their website, their mission is “sharing the love of Jesus Christ and the message of hope in His gospel.DRMM fulfills its mission statement by providing hope to the hopeless, disadvantaged, and homeless men, women, and children of our community by ministering to the total person – body, soul and spirit – with services and programs designed to address spiritual, physical, emotional, and social needs to those seeking assistance in hopes of them becoming faithful Christians discipled into a local church, rehabilitated and employed, and living productive and restored lives.” PCA is thrilled to partner with the DRMM and we hope you join us in giving back this Thanksgiving by sending in your cans of food! To learn more about the Detroit Rescue Mission, visit their website.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Chuck Gaidica is our special speaker for this chapel. Mr. Gaidica worked as the chief meteorologist for Channel 4, WDIV in Detroit since 1987 and recently stepped down to join the staff at Oak Pointe Church in Novi as the pastor of world outreach. In addition to Mr. Gaidica, we will also hear the testimonies of individuals who were impacted by the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministry.
All parents and friends are invited to join us for this very special Thanksgiving Chapel on Wednesday, November 26 at 10am in the CBC auditorium.