The Wednesday Bible Study will resume on Wednesday, September 11. The topic of study will be the Gospel of Mark. This will be an 8 week study (2 chapters per week). The Wednesday Bible Study is led by Pastor Denise and meets from 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM in Fellowship Hall. There is an optional prayer time in the sanctuary at 11:15 AM, prior to the bible study. Everyone is welcome to attend and may join the study at anytime.
A new sermon series will be starting on Sunday, August 11. The name of the series is ‘Fear Not”. There are some of us that get a thrill out of watching a scary movie or riding on a scary roller coaster. I have often wondered why many of us are drawn to the thrill of experiencing something scary, for the fun of it. Perhaps, it’s in the knowing that everything will turn out all right. For the next few weeks we are going to talk about things in our life that can cause fear. Not a scary ride kind of fear, but fears that take hold with no promise of a ”happy ending”. In John 16:33, Jesus said: ”In this world you will have trouble, but take heart I have overcome the world.” We are going to talk about how to remember the hope Jesus can give, no matter what life throws our way.
~ Pastor Denise
Dates and related scripture readings for the sermon series are below:
August 11 – Psalm 23:1-6
August 18 – John 1:1-9
August 25 – Matthew 14:22-33
September 1 – 1 John 4:17-19
September 8 – Isaiah 41: 9-10; 13
The Lay Servant Ministries class information for Spring of 2018 has been posted by Conference. Information for the Basic Lay Servant class and Advanced Lay Servant class can be accessed below. Please click on the below links for complete information and to access the registration forms. Note; you may attend the classes in another district if that fits your schedule better. The complete schedule for each district is also in the below links. If you have any questions about the LSM program you may speak with Pastor Denise or Guy Raymond.
Fall 2019 Lay Servant Classes
Registration for the 2019 Fall Lay Servant Classes are now open. For convenience, classes are scheduled by district, but laity may enroll in a course schedule that best suits their needs.