Announcements for the Week of June 13

Announcements for the Week of June 13

Welcome Table Volunteers Needed – The Stonebrook Welcome Table is back and ready to show hospitality to our guests and visitors! We are looking for warm, friendly faces with a heart of hospitality to man the table on Sundays. If you are interested in greeting visitors and welcoming them to Stonebrook, please sign up on here, Welcome Table Sign Up. Instructions/Training Info will be provided. Any questions, please contact Jen Glotfelty at or Ben Wyatt at

Stonecup Starting back up on June 20 – We will start Stonecup back up in the kitchen after the service on June 20! Stonecup is a fellowship time offering coffee and snacks. Please sign up to donate treats or to volunteer to manage Stonecup on a Sunday. Sign up to bring treats for Stonecup. Sign up to manage Stonecup (training provided).

Memorial Service – There will be a memorial service Saturday, June 12 at 1:00 p.m. (visitation at 1 p.m., and service at 2 p.m.) at Stonebrook church for Dick and Helen Opperman (parents of Vicki Jones). Dick passed away on April 30, and Helen passed away on May 26. Any questions can be directed to Terri Huffman (

Sunday Morning Information
Tune into Sunday’s Service
– Stonebrook services are streamed online at at 10 a.m. CST. Let your friends, relatives, and neighbors know that they are welcome to watch, a great opportunity for them to hear God’s word! PARENTS: find a special PDF print-out to help your kids engage in the service.

BLAST – Parents of K-4th grade students – We are sending out weekly BLAST e-mails that include our Bible story, Christ connection, and activity sheets.  Please email Naomi ( if you’d like to be added to or taken off that email list. 

For Kids – Dawn Bovenmyer has created some Sunday school videos for your young children to enjoy as an additional activity before or after services on Sundays. Come join Mrs. Bovenmyer and her trusty sidekick Scout for singing, Bible stories, and lots of fun!

Prayer Requests – Stonebrook has a prayer team ready to pray for your requests! If you have a prayer request, send it to If you would like to join the prayer team, e-mail to

Prayer and Care – The Culver family is thankful to Stonebrook Church for the flowers sent to the funeral of Dale’s mother. We appreciate the thoughts and prayers of our church family.

Parent and Teen Ministry – PTM sports nights will be at the church on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Please email Tim Hibbing ( with any questions.

This Week’s Sermon –   Pastor Guang will preach on Proverbs: The Fear of the Lord. The Bible says that the fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge (Proverbs 1:7). What does it mean to fear the LORD? The word fear has two meanings. First, it means to revere, to be in awe, and to tremble before Him because of His excellence and greatness. Second, it means to be afraid of the LORD because of His wrath towards sin and evil. The bible holds rich promises for those who fear the LORD. For example, Psalm 25 says, “Who is the man who fears the LORD? Him will he instruct in the way that he should choose. His soul shall abide in well-being, and his offspring shall inherit the land. The friendship of the LORD is for those who fear him, and he makes known to them his covenant.” Psalm 25:12-14

Memory Verse: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge.” Proverbs 1:7

Giving Report as of 05/31/2021
Stonebrook’s fiscal year runs from
August 1st to July 31st.
Giving to Date:$515,408
Budgeted to Date:$504,491
Percent from budget:2.16% above budget

Ways to Give at Stonebrook – There are a number of giving tools available at Stonebrook.

  1. Mail a check to Stonebrook Community Church, 3611 Eisenhower Ave., Ames, IA 50010.
  2. Use your own bank’s bill pay system
  3. Fill out a form to authorize Stonebrook to withdraw a certain amount from your bank account on the 5th of each month. Talk to Heidi in the office to get the form.
  4. Use the online giving Web portal.

Note: Donating by bank account rather than credit card will result in lower processing fees for Stonebrook. 

Terri Huffman

Our passion is to love God and all people by living, proclaiming, and teaching the gospel of Jesus, God’s Messiah.