January 24: Third Sunday of Epiphany
- Pre-recorded service will be available here beginning 5 pm Saturday.
- Worship bulletin will be posted here.
- Children’s bulletins: ages 3-6 | 7 & up.
- Sign our online welcome pad.
- Give to the offering online or by mail, with this mobile app Apple iOS | Android, or by text.
- Sandie Gravett video series: New Testament Hymns on our Adult Church School playlist. By all accounts, worship among the first followers of Jesus included singing. Scholars have identified texts in the New Testament that may be among the earliest hymns to Christ. In this series, we will look at some of those passages and consider what they tell us about the theology of the first Christians and how they made that theology part of their worship life. We will also think about how those passages have influenced some of our doctrines and our singing.
- Commitment Class begins series on “Science & Faith” led by Jerry Beavers. 10 am on Zoom; for link contact Mary Eagle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continues through February 14.
- Homebuilders & Faith Matters meet on Zoom at 10 am to discuss weekly faith questions. Contact Doug Key.
- Seekers class meets on Zoom, continuing a study of the Book of Romans. Contact Gerard Davidson.
- Church school for elementary age children starts at 9:30 am on Zoom! Links & supplies are in the weekly family email. Contact Lisa Witherspoon
A prayer for today’s Covid-19 Memorial
You are invited to use this prayer by Jill Duffield.
How can we pray for you? Prayer request form.
Spiritual formation this week
Videos, small groups, activities, and more on our Digital Formation page.
North Elm Notes
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