We are about a week away from Sunday, October 7, which will be a busy day in the life of the church. Here’s why:
World Communion Sunday
We will celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper at bother services that morning, and we will do so keeping in mind that Christians all over the world will be celebrating a sacred moment that serves to unify Christians all over the world. Remember, to come to the Lord’s table, one needs only have placed faith in Christ Jesus for salvation and been baptized in a Christian church.
Now that the work has finished on the steeple, we are ready to rededicate this beautiful part of our sanctuary to the work of Christ and his kingdom. We will do so as the very last part of our worship services that morning (weather permitting). Following the second service, we will have a light reception outside (again, weather permitting).
Fall into Prayer
Our mid-year prayer meeting was so well attended that we decided to make prayer meetings a quarterly occurrence. Please join us next Sunday evening as we spend time praying together and worshiping together. We will follow a format like the service in July. We hope to see you there.
I know it’s October 14, but I have the room right here this week to remind you to come to this annual celebration of God’s goodness to us. We will have one service (11:00am) and then partake of a harvest-themed dinner and fellowship time.