- Joe Carey of RadicalTruth.net will be our guest speaker on Wednesday, September 20th at 7pm, sharing on “Islam & the Last Days”. He will answer the questions: What role may Islam play in the End Times scenario? Can we see Islam’s role forming now? What 3 things should the church be doing? AWANA will be available for children.
- Dr. Jake Hebert of Institute for Creation Research (www.icr.org) will be sharing on Sunday, September 24th during our morning services on the “The Big Bang is Broken”. This is a great equipping resource for those who want to know why Big Bang proponents make the claims they do.
6th-8th graders join us for our annual retreat on October 27-29 at Tel Hai Camp for “Be the Change”, living a transformed life. Cost is $125. Registration packets are in the Narthex. Contact church office for more details.
All 9th-12th graders plan to join us for our annual retreat on Sept 29th-Oct 1st at the Beach for ‘Kainos’ (Greek for NEW), what NEW thing is God doing in your life? Contact church office for more info.
Video Series will be offered Tuesday evenings at 7 pm starting September 12th. This 7-week series will give parents a Biblical perspective into training, nurturing and disciplining children. Child care will be available, but please provide information in advance about the children that will be attending. We are also looking for volunteers to help with child care. Contact Church Office for more info.
Classes will start on Monday, September 11, and run until May 14, 2018. They will be held every Monday night from 7-9pm. Volunteers are needed to teach English, serve refreshments, and provide security. There will be a free teacher training session on Saturday, August 19 from 9am-4pm.
If you would like the direct contact information for any of the announcements listed above, please contact the church office (610.524.5338) for his/her information.
From the day you were born, you have been on a quest. You have been searching for something more, because deep down inside, you have a sense that life must have some kind of meaning and purpose beyond mere existence. Maybe you’ve even wondered if you’re the only person who feels this way.
What to expect
Our Sunday morning services are casual and allow you to come as you are. The first portion of each service is set aside in a time of congregational praise and worship. Children ages 2 and above join their parents for the music portion of the service and then are dismissed to be checked into their age-appropriate classes. After some brief announcements, our services continue with verse-by-verse teaching from Pastor Chris.