EASTER SONRISE SERVICE
SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 2018 from 6:30 – 7:00 AM
OMAK MEMORIAL CEMETERY, 2517 Elmway, Okanogan, WA 98840
An interdenominational Easter “Sonrise” Service will be presented Sunday, April 1, from 6:30-7:00 AM. The public service, coordinated by Christians In Action, will be held in the Omak Memorial Cemetery located behind the Catholic Church on Elmway between Omak and Okanogan.
Participants include Rev Mike McCune, Cornerstone Fellowship Omak; Rev Brian Bowes, Our Savior Lutheran Church, and a message by Rev Jonathan Hayse, New Life Church, Okanogan. A men’s chorus will include Rueben Hale, Gospel Hall, Okanogan; Paul and John Freese, Omak Presbyterian; Otto Yusi, Okanogan Presbyterian; Gordon Adkins, Coby Ingram and Mike Christensen, New Life Church, Okanogan. Other musicians are Kimberly Pfitzer, New Beginnings, Okanogan, and Kathleen Christensen, New Life Centre Church.
Dress warmly, some chairs are provided. Christians In Action also maintains the Sonshine Cross on Shellrock Point and sponsors the Gospel Stage at the Omak Stampede in August. More information at 509-422-4660 or www.okanoganchristiansinaction.org.
INTERDENOMINATIONAL PRAYER SERVICE
The monthly interdenominational Community Prayer Service will be held Tuesday, February 27, 7 – 8 PM at the Omak Community Presbyterian Church, 9 S. Birch St. Sponsored by area pastors and Christians In Action, this month the Service will include prayers in music as well as word. All cultures, backgrounds and ages are invited. Governments, City mayors, county, school and church leaders will be included in prayers for wisdom and strength and are welcome to attend.
Pastors and leaders participating are Revs. John Richards, Omak First Baptist; Brian Bowes, Our Savior Lutheran Church; Bill Heming, Omak Community Presbyterian; Omak Kyle Joyner, Cornerstone Fellowship; Dave Hellyer, Manfisher Ministries.
Musicians are Rev. Rueben and Lois Hale, Okanogan Gospel Hall; Rev Kimberly Pfitzer & team from Okanogan New Beginnings Church; Jayne Bowes, Our Savior Lutheran; Sarah Fenison, Lighthouse Chapel; and Kathleen Christensen, Okanogan New Life Church.Info: 422-4660
KMBI TRANSLATOR 103.9FM LICENSE DELETED
With great disappointment, Christians In Action announces the expiration of its FCC License to operate the KMBI 103.9FM translator on Omak Mountain. This also affects the 89.3 FM North Valley translator which translates our signal to the Tonasket/Oroville area. The station can still be accessed through computer at www.kmbi.fm. Select “listen on-line”. Read More…
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“For you are the ones chosen by God, to do His work and speak out for Him, to tell others of the night and day difference He made for you – from nothing to something, from rejected to accepted.”
I Peter 2:9-10 (the Message)
The membership of Christians In Action shall consist of anyone desiring to voluntarily aid in promoting the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our area.
Okanogan Christians In Action was formed in 1973 and incorporated in 1977, from a desire to bring a positive witness of Jesus Christ to the Omak Stampede and other Okanogan area events. The group maintains both the KMBI Moody radio translator on Omak Mountain, and the Sonshine Shellrock Cross (on Shellrock point).
We also coordinate with area Christians to:
- Present an outdoor Live Nativity at Christmastime;
- Sponsor Gospel Hymn Sings;
- Pass out Bibles at the Baccalaureate services of both Okanogan and Omak High schools;
- Participate in the Okanogan Days Parade and Festivities;
- Produce an Easter Sonrise Service at the Omak Cemetery.