Dear Quail Family,
It is hard to believe that October is already here. We have been very busy in the things of the Lord recently and I am so pleased to note what he has been doing in our midst. One thing that is unusual and soon to come to Quail is the Northern California Association annual meetings of the North American Baptist Conference.
On October 19 from 9am to noon, delegates from all over Northern California and representatives of the North American Baptist Conference will be with us to share a morning of inspirational talks as well as decisions that will guide our operation as an Association in NAB for the next year.
Our speakers for the morning will be Cam Roxburgh, NAB Vice President for Missional Movements and Tony Campos from the NAB affiliated Hispanics for Christ – Casa de Luz.
It will be a rich time of fellowship with the delegates and pastors from the other 25+ NAB churches in our area. Everyone is welcome to attend, and if you are a member of Quail, I invite you to register as a delegate. As a delegate, you will participate in the vote that will be taken for Association funding for this next fiscal year.
His and yours,
Pastor Marc Maffucci
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