|PASTOR’S BIBLE STUDY
Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:30. This months meetings will be February 3, 10, 17 & 24. We are
studying the book of Romans. There will be no bible study on Wednesday, November 25th.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER
Every 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesday. This months meetings will be on February 3, 10 & 24. The
sanctuary will be open for prayer from 2-7pm. There will be someone available to pray with you from 5-
7pm. There will be contemporary music playing softly in the background, and a prayer on the screens to
meditate by. This is a time to strengthen your relationship with Christ through private and corporate prayer.
It is very important to us to provide a safe place for fellow believers to come and pray. If you have any
questions or concerns please feel free to contact the church, or talk to Jackie.
BEACON LIGHT MISSION
We would love to have you join us on Wednesday, February 17th as we bring the worship service at the
Beacon Light Mission in Wilmington. The service starts at 7:00pm and will last about an hour. If you can
help please bring your items to the church office or take them directly to the mission.
THURSDAY NIGHT ADULT EDUCATION CLASS
“THE CASE FOR THE CREATOR”
Based on the best-selling book by Lee Strobel. Could it be that the world looks designed because it really
is? Once, science and faith seem light years apart. Yet today, not only do the “heavens declare the glory of
God”, but those who explore them are discovering the fingerprints of a master intelligence on the finely
tuned dials of the universe.
Join us for this eight-week study on where science meets faith as we discuss the evidence for God in
astronomy, biochemistry, DNA and evolution. What does an unbiased look at the evidence say?
January 14, 21, 28 | February 4, 11, 18, 25 | March 3
All classes are from 6:30-8:00pm.
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