Crosby Chapel Bulletin

Welcome to Crosby Chapel

April 21, 2024


Preaching God’s Word

Pastor Gary Wilderbuer

The Life of Moses- A man who learned to walk with God

“Why Leaders Crack Up”

Exodus 18, Numbers 11

Here is what’s happening at Crosby Chapel

Tea Time Together

Ladies Spring Tea “Bloom” is the theme

This event is for All ladies,18 and over, will be April 27th at 10:00am. Invite a friend, bring a treat to share and come enjoy friends of all ages.

Sign up today!


Carnival and Auction Update….

Only 2½ weeks away.  May 4th 3pm to 7pm.

This is Crosby Chapel’s biggest outreach to our community and it only made possible by all of the time and donations made by you, the generous volunteers. We are needing over 50 hours of donated time to man Game Booths and donated food items to provide the menu items for the carnival. There is a sign up sheet in the foyer. If you need more information call Ann Zoepfl@360.801.4646

Spread the word and bring your neighbors!!


For the silent auction FAM (for all moms) is asking for donations.  Some ideas…You can put together themed basket (movie night or a craft basket), donate a gift certificate, or maybe donate a nice handmade item.  More info contact, Britney Miller 360-204-1144.


Our annual Rummage sale is June 28th and 29th, we will start taking donations May 13th in the gym. Please no major appliances, electronics or exercise equipment


In Our Library 


Christian Biographies for Young Readers

Author: Simonetta Carr

Location: Room 2, Elementary/Middle School


No one is too young to start learning about the heroes of the Christian faith! Simonetta Carr provides beautifully illustrated biographies of famous Christians from all over the world. Our library’s collection includes books that highlight people such as John Newton (redeemed British slave trader and writer of the hymn “Amazing Grace”), Phyllis Wheatley (former American slave who spoke against slavery and glorified God through her beautiful poetry), Peter Martyr Vermigli (Italian church leader who left the Roman Catholic Church to join the Protestant Reformation), and more. These easy-to-read books are age-appropriate for kids in middle school yet can be enjoyed by adults as well.

Giving update


Monthly goal in 2024……$ 22,784.21

January giving ….....$ 24,746.00

February giving……$ 21,746.00

March giving………$ 18,314.00

April giving to date.........$ 18,308.00


Giving goal for 2024 is $273,410.52


Remember you can give online at our website (contact Rokki for the password) or by mail.

If by mail send to PO Box 218, Seabeck, WA 98380

Prayer Chain Coordinator – 

Melody Hanson at 360-830-4431 or e-mail to

Rokki Staub is serving as backup at or 360- 830-4624.

Please call or e-mail to add your prayer requests


Crosby Chapel Information


Pastor Gary Wilderbuer – (360) 830-2327

Church Secretary -Rokki Staub

P.O. Box 218

Seabeck, WA  98380 (360) 830-4311

Office Hours: Mon. – Fri. 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 

Sermon Notes

Preaching God’s Word

Pastor Gary Wilderbuer

The Life of Moses- A man who learned to walk with God

Between the Devil & the Deep Red Sea

 Exodus 14


Moses’ leadership was challenged through-out the wilderness wanderings, but also everyone wanted his advice.  What Moses faced was difficult and almost impossible in leading over 2 million people.

Cross     The Situation of stressed-out leadership

        Square   2 questions

              Circle  “What is this you are doing for the people?”—p___________


              Circle  “Why do you alone sit as judge?”—p___________________

        Square   2 pieces of advice

              Circle  Make ____________________ a priority


              Circle  Make ____________________ a priority

        Square   2 actions (Num 11)

              Circle  D________________ to others for growing leadership


              Circle  D________________-empowering of leaders



Cross    The Stress-relieving principles for leadership


        Square   Separate the essential from the _____________________

        Square   As your workload increases; restrain yourself more, involve yourself _________________________________

        Square   We are not exempt from ___________________________

        Square   Efficiency increases as we _________________________

        Square   When a Jethro shows up—_________________________



4-14-2024  Crosby Chapel


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Prayer Spotlight


Tony & Kathy Pinkham, Kettle Falls, WA

(Inland Northwest District: Greg & Susan Petrie)

Kettle Falls is a picturesque little town in NE Washington along the Columbia River. We have four distinctly beautiful seasons. Residents’ livelihoods center on lumber, schools, farming, and orchards.

PRAYER REQUESTS: 1) Please pray for the couple who will begin a VM pastoral residency here in April. Pray they learn and grow as they prepare to serve with Village Missions. 2) This marks our 41st year serving with VM. Please pray for vitality and vigor as we proclaim Christ and build up the church. 3) Pray that the Lord will stir in all our hearts the desire to reach the lost and obey the Great Commission.

Kettle Falls Community Church

PO Box 309

Kettle Falls, WA 99141.

(509) 738-2575

Who do I contact.....................?

Church Board Members Chairman of the board - Evin Westeren, Lisa Becker, Kris Ivy,  

Keith Jensen, David Mathis, Suze Marcinko, and Dana Pieze

Youth Ministry – Pastor Gary Wilderbuer

Worship Team- Karin Westeren

Church Secretary – Rokki Staub,

SIS Coordinator – Janna Hintz, Ann Zoepfl, Teresa Gotchall

FAM – Britney Miller

AWANA – Pastor Gary Wilderbuer

Cleaning Schedule – Frank and Suze Marcinko

Cleaning Supplies – Bill and Aldenia Acord

Church Treasurer – Rokki Staub

Church website – Steve Kuehl (

Helping Hands - Pete and Sandy Flatness