If you are considering a commodity donation, here are some items that are currently needed at the orphanage:
1. Locking file cabinet
2. Diapers size #6 or Jumbo
3. Children’s clothes (any size-any gender)
Financial contributions are always appreciated. If you would like to make a financial contribution, please contact Tom Martin firstname.lastname@example.org or Cherilyn Martin email@example.com .
Cancun Christian Fellowship purchased and delivered, diapers, chicken, pork, cereal, eggs and chorizo to Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza this week.
We received a nice letter from Gloria Derksen, a mission partner from Canada, that we would like to share with you:
Thank you for the email - great to hear from you... we arrived home about
1:30 this am - with a suitcase full of warm memories...:) Yes, I would be happy to share our experience with you, will try to get that done sometime this week...We also went back to the orphanage on Saturday, just before we dropped off James and Tammy and John and Shannon at the airport. Abe and I and Neil and Doreen travelled home yesterday. On Saturday we dropped off the food that we had left when we checked out of our condo, plus we had picked up some more yard toys for the kids, as well as some sheets and towels for Ester and a baby gift for Lorena..... we got to meet Lorena as well...We are blessed and I will definitely share more with you in the coming days...We also were blessed to be part of your Sunday morning worship service...thank you for making us feel so welcome :) God bless the awesome work you do. In His grip, Gloria
We offer a very special thanks to Wendy Sombito. Wendy is our Mission Partner Angel with Second Baptist Church in Houston. Wendy goes above and beyond to provide us with quality services like the great Christmas service we viewed this past Sunday. Her compassion for our Christian family is always exemplary.
The website will be revised and updated before the end of the year reflecting new pictures of the Christmas Party and Christmas Eve Dinner at Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza. We are also adding a 3rd photo gallery page and a 4th page for mission activity testimony. We receive numerous emails from mission partners and guests that we would like to share.
Nina continues to do marvelous things for Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza from US. It seems she has mastered the art of collecting donations for the children. Thanks for all your help Nina, it really makes a difference.
Carolyn and Don Pfennig, Mission Partners from Texas, have graced us with another donation to our mission activity at Casa Hogar para Ninos Esperanza, our Cancun Christian orphanage. Your ongoing faith and support is absolutely appreciated.
If you recently received a popup to update RealPlayer on your PC and downloaded the new version, you may have noticed some changes that you liked and some you disliked. If the dislikes outweigh the likes, here is how you correct the problem by returning to RealPlayer SP. Filehippo.com offers downloads of version SP 1.1.4 and SP 1.1.5. Either version will correct the problem of not being able to export your playlist as well as other irritating issues associated with the new version.
While we are talking about PC issues, you may also have received a popup to download Internet Explorer 9 Beta, Microsoft’s newest browser. If you downloaded the new browser, you may have discovered that Microsoft has not worked all the bugs out of the browser yet. In order to return to your old browser (and the only way I could figure out after hours of trying to download my previous browser) is to click on Control Panel, then double click on the Programs and Features Icon. Next, move to the left side of the page and find View Installed Updates and click on it. That will take you to all the updates that have been added to your computer by Microsoft. Scroll down until you find the added update of Windows Explorer 9. Click on it then click on Uninstall. It will take a few minutes and you will have to restart your computer but it will reinstate your old browser and you will not lose any of your stored information.
It has been a great year for Community of Faith Cancun English Service as well as for our mission activity. We have accomplished a lot and we hope you feel as much personal satisfaction for 2010 and encouragement for 2011 as we do. All accomplishments were possible because of your continued support. Tremendous thanks go out to our church members, the Wednesday men’s group and Wednesday women’s group and to our Mission Partners around the world. Please join us in making 2011 another wonderful year.
Food items should always be delivered on Wednesday. If you take a food donation to the orphanage, please send us an email telling us what you donated. It will keep us from duplicating your donation and allow us to put funds in other needed food areas. If you want to make a food donation but do not have time to go to the orphanage, we will be happy to deliver your donation for you on Wednesday.
If you have a clothing or other commodity donation, please give it to Cherilyn Martin or Laurie Lipp for sorting and distribution.
A Wednesday Men’s Group is offered by Cancun Christian Fellowship. For information, please contact Tom Martin. firstname.lastname@example.org or 998-121-1316.
A Wednesday Ladies’ Group also meets in Cancun. For information, please contact Cherilyn Martin. email@example.com or 998-121-1315.
14 people were in church last Sunday. If you were not, we missed you. Remember, church now meets at 10:00 AM, Floor B1 at Hotel B2B behind the bull fight arena just east of Avenida Bonampak and Malecon Las Americas. We hope to see all of you Sunday. Tom
Cancun Fellowship Church / Companerismo de Cancun Carpe Diem Yucatan SA de CV