Weekly Schedule




We are open and we invite you to Join Us!

We are small enough to be able to accommodate the congregation and still social distance. We will follow the CDC guidelines as closely as possible, acknowledging that face masks are too restrictive for some people, and even dangerous to those that wear them for multiple hours each day. There is plenty of room to Social Distance comfortably here.

Until all restrictions are lifted, No Sunday School, or Child Care will be available.

Thank you for your understanding. 


Our Schedule this Week . . . 

SUNDAY
 
10:00 AM     Worship & Teaching  - Pastor Bob Lawrenz
                  
                    
                  Message:  Luke 3:1-22  - "Preparing The Way"
                 
                          Scripture Reading: Isaiah 40:3-5
                   


We are in Luke chapter 3 this week, and will be studying verses 1-22. John the Baptist is a preacher of the coming arrival of God's salvation, just as Isaiah 40:3-5 promised.  The preparation for that salvation involves repentance, a heart open and turned to the living God.  Forgiveness of sins paves the way for a life the lives in honor to God with eyes looking for the One to come.   John points both to Jesus and the kind of heart that will recognize him and respond to him when He comes, honoring him with a life that is fruitful before God. John's baptism pictures a preparation for what God will do in Jesus, and he makes clear that Jesus is the One who brings the Spirit (Luke 3:15-17).


TUESDAY
 
10:00 AM     Ladies Prayer & Bible Study - Norine Lawrenz

                                                         
Our Ladies Prayer and Bible Study meets at 10:00 A.M. each week, downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. 

Study time is preceded by a time of worship to the glory of Jesus Christ, and an opportunity to pray for one another's needs, and concerns, as well as the needs of the Body of Christ. Prayer is on par with preaching and teaching as a priority in a healthy church. So we focus a great deal on our prayer time together.  

We are beginning a new study this week called, 
The NAME That Is ABOVE ALL Names! There really is no greater name than the name of our Lord! Jesus has the name above all names because Jesus Christ is Lord of all! This name, given to Him by the Father, affirms His divinity and supreme authority over man.  It is to Him that we surrender, and it is Him that we must come to know. Jesus Christ has been given the name above all names, the highest seat of honor, the right to reign and rule. Yet the busyness of our lives and the diversions of this world often distract us from knowing the most important person we could ever know. The Bible has much to say on the Names of Jesus, and we are excited to dig into the scriptures and come to know Him more intimately. 

Come Join Us for a spiritually uplifting time of fellowship, worship, prayer, and bible study.

                           
Regardless of however many the Lord brings in each week, we trust that those that attend come with a ready heart to receive all that God has in store for them.  


As a contemporary of Isaiah and Hosea, Micah prophesied during the momentous years surrounding the tragic fall of Israel to the Assyrian Empire (722 BC), an event he also predicted (Micah 1:6). Micah stated in his introduction to the book that he prophesied during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah in Judah, failing to mention the simultaneous string of dishonorable kings that closed out the northern kingdom of Israel.
During this period, while Israel was imploding from the effects of evil and unfaithful leadership, Judah seemed on a roller-coaster ride—ascending to the heights of its destiny in one generation, only to fall into the doldrums in another. In Judah at this time, good kings and evil kings alternated with each other, a pattern seen in the reigns of Jotham (good, 2 Kings 15:32–34); Ahaz (evil, 2 Kings 16:1–4); and Hezekiah (good, 2 Kings 18:1–7).
- See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/micah.html#sthash.i25F9AvV.dpuf
As a contemporary of Isaiah and Hosea, Micah prophesied during the momentous years surrounding the tragic fall of Israel to the Assyrian Empire (722 BC), an event he also predicted (Micah 1:6). Micah stated in his introduction to the book that he prophesied during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah in Judah, failing to mention the simultaneous string of dishonorable kings that closed out the northern kingdom of Israel.
During this period, while Israel was imploding from the effects of evil and unfaithful leadership, Judah seemed on a roller-coaster ride—ascending to the heights of its destiny in one generation, only to fall into the doldrums in another. In Judah at this time, good kings and evil kings alternated with each other, a pattern seen in the reigns of Jotham (good, 2 Kings 15:32–34); Ahaz (evil, 2 Kings 16:1–4); and Hezekiah (good, 2 Kings 18:1–7).
- See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/micah.html#sthash.i25F9AvV.dpuf
SATURDAY

   9:00 AM       Men's Prayer  - All Are Welcome!
                    
Men's Prayer is a time for men to come together in fellowship, and pray for those in need, though all are welcome. If you are in need of prayer and would like the men of this church to do as James 5:14 says, please do come!

"Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord."




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