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Helping Hands Dinner is Cancelled

Unfortunately, we have to cancel tonight’s Helping Hands Dinner.  We did not make this decision lightly, but feel the safety of everyone involved was too important to risk.

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Trunk or Treat!

Trunk or Treat-Saturday, October 26th from 6-8 PM

Trunk or Treat-Saturday, October 26th from 6-8 PM

Join us Saturday, October 26th from 6-8PM for our first-ever Trunk or Treat!
Come and Trick or Treat from trunk to trunk, then roast a hot dog or S’more with us.  Costumes are welcome, but know that we already have most of the Bat-Family and some of the Avengers!

The Ten Commandments

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This is our new Sermon Series, which will be during our 11AM Worship each Sunday from 9/8-11/10.  We’ll be looking at each of the Ten Commandments individually and seeing how we should be applying them to our everyday lives.

Free Methodist?

FreeMethodist

This is our new Bible Study on Wednesday nights at 7PM.  If you’ve ever wondered what it means to be “Free Methodist”, then this is the Study for you!  We’re going to work our way through the Free Methodist Articles of Religion in an effort to understand what we believe and why.  There will be plenty of Scripture, discussion, and (dare I say it) fun.

The Names of God

"The Names of God" A Bible Study Sundays at 10AM Taught by Jordan Dennis

This is our new Sunday School class, which is being taught by Jordan Dennis.  We meet every Sunday morning at 10 to discuss the various names of God found in the Bible and the meanings behind each one.

Flea Market & Family Fun Day

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Saturday, September 14th
8AM-Noon

$10 (Your Table)
$15 (Our Table)
Contact Christine at 443-469-5591 or ChristineHesselbein@ymail.com
to reserve a spot.

Bounce House, Games, & prizes for the kids!
Food and Bake sale for the whole family!

Summer Lunch Program!

Baltimore County Public Schools

Summer Food Service Program

 

This summer, we will be participating in Baltimore County Public Schools’ Summer Food Service Program.  We will be providing lunch for the kids in our area on the Wednesdays from July 3-August 7, from Noon to 2PM.  In addition to lunch, we will be having a Bible lesson, games, and prizes.  All children 18 and under are eligible to eat a free meal and participate in our activities.  We will also have a meal available for any parents that attend.

If you have any questions, feel free to call the church at 443-912-PRAY (7729)!

Jesus: “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” from Matthew 25:40

This Sunday…

… we’re continuing our Disciple-Making Disciples series during Sunday School (10AM) with Week 4-The Church Meeting.  We’re also continuing our sermon series “Stop Believing in God” during Worship (11AM) with the message “Jesus & the Samaritan Woman.”  All are welcome to join us and we have children’s classes during both Sunday School and worship!

Daily Bible Reading Plan

If you’re looking for some focus in you daily devotions, try following along with us in our daily Bible readings.  We’ve been reading through various books of the New Testament 2-3 chapters each day.  So far we’ve covered the four Gospels and the book of Acts.  Now it’s time to tackle “Go Eat PopCorn”, or Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians.  You can find this reading plan at www.youversion.com (https://www.youversion.com/reading-plans/93-galatians) or on the Bible app on your smartphone.
Today’s installment of our daily Bible reading plan is Galatians 1&2.  The book of Galatians was originally a letter written by Paul.  This letter was for the church located in Galatia, which today would be in central Turkey.  Paul had brought the gospel to Galatia, which was a Gentile (non-Jewish people) area.  Since his original visit Jewish teachers from Jerusalem had traveled to Galatia and began to teach that in order for a Gentile to be a Christian, he would have to hold to Mosaic Law.  This goes against Paul’s teaching that the only requirement to become a Christian was belief in Jesus Christ as your Savior.  This letter was written largely to combat this thought that there was any other requirements to becoming a Christian.  As a result of this focus, this letter became a major tool in the Protestant Reformation.

New Sermon Series!

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Starting this Sunday, May 19th, we’ll be starting our new sermon series: Stop Believing in God.  Here is a list of the sermon titles and dates:

May 19th:
God Wants to be Known

May 26th:
Jesus and the Samaritan Woman

June 2nd:
Jesus and Mary, Martha, and Lazarus

June 9th:
Jesus and the Disciples

June 16th:
Jesus and Peter