THE SUNDAY MORNING CLASS IS BEGINNING A NEW STUDY ON HEBREWS. We always review, so feel free to join the class at any time. We meet upstairs.
FEARLESS CONVERSATION SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETS AT 8:45 IN THE CAFÉ. Everyone is invited to join in the conversation as we delve into the scriptures and apply them to our lives.
FINAL AMPED (Active Ministry Producing Energized Disciples) UNTIL FALL MEETS WEDNESDAY FROM 5:45-7:30 PM. The AMPED evening begins with an inter-generational meal at 5:45. At 6:30 there will be classes for preschool-1st grade, 2nd-5th grade, confirmation and high school. Lifetree Café will also meet at 6:30.
LIFETREE CAFÉ NOW MEETS ON WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT 6:30. Everyone is invited to come experience stories and talk about thought-provoking topics relating to life and faith. We hope you join us and bring friends!
LIFETREE CAFÉ WEDNESDAY NIGHT: THE TOPIC OF GUN CONTROL WILL BE EXPLORED. The Lifetree event, titled “Inside the Gun Debate: To Hunt? To Defend? To Assault?” features filmed interviews with Tom Mauser, whose son died at Columbine High School, and Michael Lang, a concealed weapon firearms instructor.
Lifetree representative Craig Cable said participants will have the opportunity to hear various viewpoints and to offer their own. “This is a community forum for open discussion,” Cable said.
THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY IS SPONSORING A MINI RELAY FOR LIFE of Mahomet on Saturday, May 9, 2015, from 6:00 p.m. – Midnight, at the Mahomet-Seymour High School Track. If you would like to walk and/or organize a team, sign up at http://www.relayforlife.org/mahometil.
WALKING TO BETHLEHEM: Coming soon to your favorite church…Walk to Bethlehem. Watch for details.
ATTENDANCE for Sunday, April 19th was 96 and total offering was $2,371.00.
We rejoice with four of our youth who are affirming their baptism and confirming their faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The four are Gabriella Agius, Kinzy Buhrman, Benjamin Cloud and Janie Magyar. We rejoice with them and their families as they continue to grow in faith. May the Lord be with them.