Over the next few weeks we will be working through an evangelism training program entitled Going Around the Corner. It was developed by a local couple, Todd and Sheila Alewine who are well known to some of our members.
All Christians are commanded to share their faith, their experience, and their love for Jesus with the people around them (Luke 24:46-48). Just as someone shared Jesus with you, you ought to share share Jesus with others. We believe this is best done through building relationships with the people around us. We believe the Lord has purposefully put each of us where we live, work, and play (Acts 17:26). God has placed each of us where we are to be His ambassadors to the people there. But, many of us are ill-equipped to the task.
Join us as we equip one another to obey this great commission. We will be studying and going through the workbook over the next four weeks. Books are available at the Alewine's website, on Kindle or through the church. Join us are we prepare to take the Good news of Jesus around the corner.
10/10/2021: Matthew 13:24-43 - The Kingdom of heaven
08/08/2021: Matthew 13:1-23 - Listen, be listening
06/20/2021: John 16:31-33 - Jon Williamson
04/25/2021: Luke 6:46-49 - Obedience
04/18/2021: Isaiah 40 - no recording
04/11/2021: Isaiah 40 - Introduction
03/21/2021: Leviticus 23 - Feasts of the Lord
03/14/2021: Isaiah 37:36; Hebrews 1 - The Angel of the Lord
02/07/2021: James 5: 13-18 - On Prayer
01/17/2021: Isaiah 58 - On Fasting
09/20/2020: Isaiah 12-13 (poor video)
06/21/2020: 2 Chronicles 26 (no video)
05/10/2020: Stop, Learn, and Seek - Is 1:1-20
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We are holding services at The Chapel.
We continue to hold services with families all sitting together, we have not restarted children's ministry. We have done our best to move chairs in order to allow physical distancing in the sanctuary. Please respect others decision not to greet with a hand shake or a hug. Please maintain physical distancing especially if someone is not wearing a mask. In all things treat one another with love, grace, and respect.
If you are not comfortable meeting in person right now that is okay. If you are in a high risk group because of age or health issues, or, if your family is still quarantining and you're not yet comfortable being in larger groups do not feel compelled to come to service. We will continue to post recordings of the services on Facebook.
For more information, North Carolina residents may call the State Health department at 866-462-3821, or check the NC DHHS website.
The document below explains some of the differences between COVID-19 and Flu. Please review and be mindful to abstain from attending services if you feel unwell.