Whether you are exploring historic Christianity or looking for a church home, you are warmly invited to join us this Sunday. We exist to glorify the God of all grace, to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, and to be sent by the Holy Spirit as witnesses and ambassadors of God’s glorious Kingdom. Come and be a part of a growing, worshiping and serving community of faith.
The New Testament Canon
In these video lectures, Dr. Michael Kruger adresses the question: why these twenty-seven books? Opponents of Christianity raise challenging questions about origins, authorship, age, and reliability of the New Testament. Krueger responds to the most common objections to the canon, and argues that these books are the authentic, true, and inspired word of God. Discussion about the lectures will be led by Mike Hutchins and Shawn Young.
John (Part 3)
For fall 2019 we return to part 3 in our series on the gospel of John. We will be looking at John 8-11. As modern people, it is easy to assume that an ancient writing like John might not have anything useful to say to us who live in the 21st century. But there are important aspects of our humanity that we share with the original audience. Join us as we look at Jesus through the writing of John, who described himself as the disciple whom Jesus loved.
The Christian Education schedule will be as normal through December 22. There will be no Christian Education Sunday, December 29th. The worship service will be as usual at 10:15 am.
Please join us following worship Sunday, January 26, 2020, as the elders present the 2020 church budget.
Please join us on Christmas Eve at 7 pm for a Lessons and Carols service. We will read Scriptures about Jesus’ birth and sing Christmas carols.
Children will meet in the sanctuary in order to practice music. The main Sunday school class studying the canon will meet in the back building, the first classroom on your left as you enter the building.
Communing members are invited submit nominations for the offices of elder and deacon to Tim Blanks by December 15, 2019. For more information please see the handout in the narthex, or speak to one of the elders.