Schedule

 

Scheduled Activities

 

Sunday School – 9:20 a.m.

We live in an age where the spiritual realm is dismissed completely so that an answer to every problem and every wrong is thought to be found in the psychological or political realm. Then there are those who go the opposite direction and see every problem as part of a spiritual battle and look for solutions like casting out the demon of fat so they can lose weight. We are using the book Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective to give us some guidance as we think through what spiritual warfare involves.  We also have a class for younger children.

Morning Worship – 10:15 a.m.

Sermons are expositional and with only occasional exceptions follow through a single book of the New Testament.  At the present time we are nearing the end of a series on the book of Revelation.  There are times in history when it seems that spiritual darkness is more pervasive than at other times. In such days the saints need a sobering word about what they face and a word of encouragement at the same time. Revelation provides both. If you have any interest in seeing or hearing what these are like, we keep a copy of the most recent sermons on this web site.

Evening Worship – 6:00 p.m.

Sermons are expositions of Old Testament books. We are in the middle of a study of the prophet Zechariah.  In the latter chapters Zechariah takes us from God’s words about the exiles near future to one that extends all the way to our Lord’s return to establish his kingdom on earth.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study – 7:15 p.m.

An informal time where a variety of topics are considered.  Currently we are looking at the responsibilities of a church member. Some see the whole concept of church membership as a thing of the past, others look at their responsibilities solely in terms of gifts God has given (and conclude they have none). If the church is to minister effectively then every member has something to contribute. We are using the promises of a church member from the 9 Marks website as a starting point for thinking biblically about this matter