Events

For a complete listing of Announcements please refer to the church calendar and for Weekly Participation, please refer to the church bulletin on Sunday Mornings.

 

Events for 2017                            
                              

Our service starts at 10:30 am in the main sanctuary.  Sunday School classes for adult and children start at 9:30 am...adults meet in the fellowship hall and children in the education building classrooms.  There is plenty of parking in the back off Houston Ave.  
 

Join us on Wednesdays for our community Bible study at noon and Wednesday night at 6:30 for prayer and praise and a special message from Pastor Lou.  Wednesday night we enjoy worship by singing the old favorite hymns so rich in theology, as well as, contemporary music in a casual atmosphere.  We love and welcome visitors!

Women's Prayer Meeting held 1st Sunday of every month immediately after the service in Classroom 1.  All women are encouraged to come and pray together for our church, our families, ourselves, our community and our country.

Fellowship Potluck Meal every 2nd Sunday immediately after the service except on Easter and Mother's Day where we have a special breakfast on those Sundays instead of Sunday School.

Men's Bible Study - 10 am on Saturdays at the church.  

Women's Bible Study Saturdays - 10 am at the church   -  Currently studying the Behold Your God series!

 

Be sure to sign-up for one of our Puritan Home Fellowship Groups! These are small groups where we meet for fellowship to get to know each other more and we also have a brief Puritan study.   "Reading the Puritans will elevate your concept of God to a degree you never thought possible, and show you a God who is truly worth of your worship and adoration.  Jeremiah Burroughs, in his classic book, Gospel Worship, said, 'The reason why we worship God in a slight way is because we do not see God in His glory.'  The modern man hears about a God who isn't worth worshipping.  Why should he worship a God who wants to do good, but can't bring good about because man just won't cooperate!  And then who is sovereign?  Man is.  The Puritans were, above all, great thinkers -- and it is no coincidence that they were also great readers."  from Why Read the Puritans Today? by Don Kistler.  Sign up now for a Puritan Home Fellowship group.  For more information on being in a group contact Tammy Heeren.

We are currently needing volunteers for the nursery and 3-5 year old class.  Please see Tammy Heeren or Laurie Tiscione. 

 

Please click on the calendar for a list of all current events for each month.

    

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