An important note on the Heartbleed bug: Although there is no evidence that this nasty bug has attacked the City’s data, City developers have taken every precaution and made the recommended changes (read the full note from the City developers under “Help Desk” at the bottom).
As an additional security measure, we highly recommend that you take a few moments to log in and change your password (under the account settings icon in the top right). Forgot your login? No problem— just click “Forgot your login?” below the login and password fields.
Worship: services this Sunday at 9:15am, 11:00am, and 7:00pm. Please join us next Friday, April 18 at 6:30pm for a Good Friday service. Log in for this week’s bulletin.
Prayer: Corporate prayer this Wednesday, 7pm in the Ed. Building; visit the prayer tab on The City to view this week’s list.
Home Groups: find a group in your area here or email Pastor Dave for more info at email@example.com.
Worship: 9:15 & 11:00am
Adult Education: 9:15 & 11:00am
Life Together Potluck, 12:30pm
College Potluck & Dogwood Festival, 12:30pm
Youth Group, 5:30pm
Sundays at Seven, 7:00pm
Easter Choir, 6:45pm
Relevant Theology, 7:00pm
Refuge Support Group, 7:30pm
Women’s Bible Studies, 9:30am
Youth Coffee Shop, 6:30pm
Churchwide Prayer, 7:00pm
Good Friday Service, 6:30pm
Children’s Egg Hunt, 10:30am
Save the Date:
April 21: Super Sunday Training, Sarajevo Silent Auction
May 2: 50+ Fellowship
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From the City Developers re: Heartbleed Bug:
You may have heard reports this week about something known as the Heartbleed bug, or CVE-2014-0160. This vulnerability breaks the SSL encryption that is used to keep your data safe on a majority of sites across the Internet (roughly 2/3 of all websites, including sites like Google, Amazon, Yahoo, etc) and on The City, since we use Open SSL through our hosting providers (Heroku and Amazon Web Services).
There’s no evidence that this vulnerability was exploited to attack The City’s data, but we take security very seriously and are continuing to monitor our services and have taken recommended actions to protect The City.
Hopefully this answers any of your questions about the potential impact of this vulnerability on your City data, but please let our Support team know if you have further questions.
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It is our greatest desire to introduce people to the Lord Jesus Christ and then to the Christian faith and to the family of the church. We also want to equip men, women, and children to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and reflect his light in every area of their lives.
ChristChurch Presbyterian was planted in 1993. Families and singles are found in approximately equal numbers. An intriguing mix that includes artists, teachers, plumbers, homemakers, lawyers, painters, students, builders, accountants, musicians, business men and women and others make up our changing and growing congregation. It is exciting to discover how God is shaping us all and using us all as he continues to bring people with unique gifts, talents, and needs through our doors.
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