Category Archives: Communities

Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) 2018

>40 ExxonMobil sites, >25 countries Praying in unison

Thursday, Oct 25, 6:30-8:00am

Campus Location: Mediterranean Meeting Center (EMHC/S1.1A.425/455)

Over a decade ago, a few EM employees from Asia gathered at the Prayer Mountains in Seoul to pray for God to raise a community of believers in EM who can bring about significant changes for His glory. This was the birth of GDOP, an annual event where Christian communities in 40+ ExxonMobil sites, 25+ countries gather virtually to pray in unison after a 40-day countdown with sharing of devotional materials and prayer needs from various sites. Join us again for 2018 GDOP on the theme “Trust Him First”.

Campus EventX: http://event.xom.com/cbf0378e-2d49-45fd-8fb6-fd229c24b5d9

Hughes Landing EventX: http://eventx/f922d0c0-1757-4723-ad13-3bcba856d99f

See You at the Pole 2018

SYATP Flyer

SEE YOU AT THE POLE day is on Wednesday, September 26, at 7:00 a.m. local time. All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities.

We as CCEM will be joining to pray for our community. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer.

Meet at the Energy Center Flag Pole at 7 am.

Add it to your calendar using the EventX

Oilfield Christian Fellowship

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Oilfield Christian Fellowship (OCF) is an international organization that began in 1991 and promotes Christian fellowship in the oil industry. They hold monthly luncheons in 17 different cities, offer help with Bible studies, mentoring, and prayer and provide Oil Patch Testimony Bibles in various languages for distribution to oil patches around the world.

OCF has a Bible App that can be found on your smart phone, tablet or Amazon TV by searching “Oilfield Bible”.  The App has testimonies in 4 languages, a Bible in over 1,200 languages and links to their website, twitter and Facebook accounts.

OCF has a Chapter that meets monthly in the Woodlands about 5 minutes from the Houston Campus. They meet on the third Thursday of each month just up the road from the Campus at the “Church Project”, 295 Sawdust Rd.  This is the old Kroger at the SW corner of Sawdust and I-45 S.  The meeting starts at 11:30 and is over by 12:45.  They meet each month except July and December.

Each month they have a guest speaker and a meal.  If the attendee doesn’t eat, the meeting is free.  Otherwise a RSVP gets the person in for $16.00 .  Paying at the door is $25.00.

 

They also have a meeting at Houston First Baptist Church on I-10 at 610 on the first Wednesday of each month (no meeting in July or December).

Learn more at www.oilfieldchristianfellowship.com

 

To sign up for the Woodlands luncheon  click this link https://give.cornerstone.cc/oilfieldchristianfellowship+ocfwoodlandluncheon

Create Your Own Study or Chapter

Create Your Own

Bible Study Principles & Guide

 

Create Your Own CCEM Chapter

  • Leverage (and live) CCEM Mission, Vision and Values
  • Consider CCEM Chapter resources needed for planning & coordination. This may include:
    • Organizing group discussion, prayer, studies, etc.
    • Time commitment outside of work hours
  • Per Guidance for Religious Activities in the Workplace secure local HR no exception
    • HR Online for Managers. If you do not have access to this portal, Contact CCEM
    • A minimal level of incidental personal use of the internet or e-mail is acceptable (see examples)
  • Enable appropriate platform (external host, limited email use) to enhance communication/engagement
  • Comply with Site specific guidance when communicating with others (digital & physical options)
  • Work with Management & HR to ensure Site is a place where Christians can appropriately express their faith
  • CCEM desires to remain as a non-Company Sponsored (ERG) organization

 

CCEM Houston Campus Background

  • Kicked off in Oct 2014 with objective of creating a framework for Christians in the workplace to meet, communicate events, and interact with each other
  • Coordinated by a Core Team of volunteers complying with HR, Law and P&GA guidance
  • Since its inception has grown organically to over 870 members (2Q18)
  • Serves as a central hub for Christian activities, bringing visibility to its members through the following:
    • Website (external) – Bible Studies and related events highlighted
    • Publishing Quarterly Newsletters
    • Events (bring your Bible to work day, National Day of Prayer, Christmas Social, etc.)

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Working for Our Father (YPC)

Full WFOF

Kickoff is May 16th, 11-12 pm. Goto/ypckickoff

Please register for the kickoff and series below to help us plan logistics. Thanks!

WFOF Kickoff Sign-up

Part 1 Registration – May 23, Accepting the Father’s Gift of Work

Part 2 Registration – May 30, Triumphing Over Toil, Trials, and Temptations

Part 3 Registration – June 6, Aligning Your Career to God’s Mission

Part 4 Registration – June 13, Operating in the Fruit of the Spirit

National Day of Prayer

2018 NDOP Flyer

Join us as we Pray for America!
Meet us on Thursday, May 3 at 7:00am @ N3.1A.306.
Light refreshments to be provided.

Add the Event to Your Calendar (EventX)

This year’s theme is UNITY.
Ephesians 4:3 “Making every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace”.

We will Pray for Unity:
1. in America
2. in the church of America
3. in the families, workplaces, communities, and cities in America
4. among all ethnicities and people in America
5. that we agree clearly, unite visibly, and pray extraordinarily for the next Great Spiritual Awakening in America

Catholic Faith Study Series

How the Bible Came to Be

The Bible: How the Bible Came to Be (Series 1 – 4 sessions) We will be covering the history of how the Christian Scriptures were composed and how the various books of the Bible finally came to be as we have them today. We will discuss the various Greek manuscripts and how they were preserved in the centuries prior to the invention of the printing press in the 15th century. In addition, we will touch upon how to interpret the Bible by understanding the various “senses” of scripture. We will also begin discussion on how it uses “typology” to convey the story of salvation history. This will lead us into the 2nd series on Salvation History – A Journey through the Old Testament. People of all faiths are welcome to attend.

Contact Henry Avila to be added to the calendar invite

Location: E2.6B.361; Room may change due to availability

Schedule / Date and Time (CDT): Every Thursday, beginning January 18, 2018 at 11:30am to 12:30pm

CRU Houston Event

CRU Event

The Host Committee and the Staff of Cru Houston request the pleasure of your company as our guest for lunch.

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Marriott Waterway in the Woodlands

Because seating is limited, reservations are required.

R.S.V.P. to 713.522.3314 by January 18 or email  rsvphouston@cru.org

 

SPEAKERS

Linda Wright is Manager of Strategy and Planning for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering. She has been with the Company for 27 years previously serving as the Specialties Elastomers Global Vice President. She will be speaking on “Outlook for Energy – Opportunities and Challenges.”

Allen Sanders, Vice President, Gulf of Mexico operations for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. Previously, he served as Vice President for Operations in Algeria and President and General Manager of Anadarko’s subsidiary in Beijing. He will be speaking on “Values for Life.”

Mark McCollum is CEO of Weatherford International. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Halliburton. He will be speaking on “Making 2018 Your Best Year Yet.”

 

HOST COMMITTEE

Kyle Vann

Executive Advisor

CCMP Capital

Bill Mohl

President (retired)

Entergy Wholesale

Hal Chappelle

President and CEO

Alta Mesa Holdings

Mike Novelli

President

Cypressbrook Company

Jonathan Homeyer

Executive Vice President

Wells Fargo Bank

Mark Albers

Senior Vice President

ExxonMobil Corporation

Paul Geiger

Senior Vice President

Southwestern Energy

 

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