Our Fall and Spring sessions offer a variety of Bible classes, special programs, and general meetings. An evening Bible study is also offered on Tuesdays at 1830 at the Chapel.
Theme Art Explanation:
"Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name." Rays of light, from our Father in heaven, come down from above.
"Your kingdom come. Your will be done, On earth as it is in heaven." The light flows down from heaven above, intersecting with the earth that we inhabit. When our lives and our wills are surrendered to Him, the life we live becomes a beautiful relationship between the King and the one in service to Him. This connection between the light and the earth signifies living life in communion with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is illustrated by the dove, who is the power of God working in us, aligning the will for our life to that will which is in heaven. The globe represents our calling to take the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the earth.
"Give us this day our daily bread" is portrayed in the subtle loaf of bread to the left of the rays of light, reminding us of that which provides us physical sustenance. Our daily bread also represents a spiritual truth as we daily require communion with the Word of God.
"And forgive us our debts, As we forgive our debtors." The lily in the bottom left represents the forgiveness we receive and give. The white in the lily stands for our purity in Christ. It is accented in red, pointing to the blood of Christ, which makes possible God's beautiful plan of salvation and His gracious means of providing forgiveness for our sins.
"And do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen" The crown in the stained background, and the keys in the border represent The Kingdom of God and He who holds the keys to the Kingdom.
All women are welcome.
On site watch care is available to children under the age of 5 years old.
Sunday School is for ages 3 through adult. Watch care is available for little ones.
Summer Sunday School 2013 Classes will begin July 14, 2013 and run until August 25, 2013
Affectionately Yours, Screwtape: Concerned about the cultural forces that shape the spiritual beliefs of Christians today and the world in which we live, "The Screwtape Letters", By C.S. Lewis, is revisited via interviews, historical background, and information on C.S.Lewis' life. The DVD delves deeply into the complexities of sin and temptation, grace and repentance with discussion to apply to our lives.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH CLASS:
GodQuest, Discover the God Your Heart is Searching For : Sean McDowell takes teens on a journey to discover answers to difficult questions about faith, spirituality and the nature of a Loving Creator. Each week includes a video with powerful teaching from Sean and others with discussion to apply to our lives.
Living on the Edge: Chip Ingram shares discipleship principles, based on Romans 12, to Elementary Children in a fun, relevant and life-changing way. They will learn practical ways to live out the lessons of Romans 12. Lessons include Loving God and Loving Others, Surrender to God Daily, Noticing the Needs of Others and Giving Out Good When Things Get Bad.
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!
1100 Sunday Service - Collective Protestant service with choirs. Communion celebrated on first Sunday of the month. Lectors - Lead the reading of the weekly lessons.
Acolytes - Ages 4th grade through Jr High are welcome to join the Acolyte team. Light and extinguish candles, assist with communion.
Altar Guild - Prepare the vessels for all services.
Choir - Sing at 1100 worship and special events. Adult choir meets every Thursday at 1900 in the choir room.
Ushers - Assist the order of worship by greeting, gathering offerings, and distributing communion.
Children's Church -Children's Church is ongoing for ages 4 through 2nd grade during Sunday Worship.
Chapel Instrumentalists - Brass, string, guitar and reed instruments to support hymn and praise singing and special music.
Praise Team - Sing at 1045 on Sundays to help prepare for worship.
Call the Chapel, 245-3318, for more information