Sunday Worship | December 3, 2023

1| Sunday Education Hour | 9:30am

Sunday School – Sunday School opening at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. Then we head down to our classrooms. We have classes for all ages.

Children & Youth Sunday School 

Nursery: Ages 0-2 –Coordinator – LL 201 Mrs. JoAnna Zehnder

Toddlers thru Pre-K: Room LL 203 – Ms. Marie, Ms. Diane & Ms. Marci

K thru 1st: Room LL302 – Mrs. Charity te Velde

2nd thru 4th: Room LL204 – Mrs. Bre Hooks

5th thru 8th:  Library – Mrs. Heidi Shepler

9th thru 12th: Youth Room – Mr. Tony Carroscia

Adult Education Class

  Staying the Course in a Turbulent World (John Gallo // Fellowship Hall) 9:30am

Christians can find it hard to live in today’s culture. Every day, believers confront opposing worldviews. The propagation of concepts such as “cancel culture”, “wokeism”, critical race theory, gender identity confusion, and other similar concepts are being pushed upon an increasingly ignorant public. Many Christians today lack the ability to discern the true nature of these issues, adhere to biblical principles, or otherwise communicate the truth with genuine affection. In this course, we will examine diverse topics such as gender identity, critical race theory, woke-ism, cancel culture, and utilize the Bible as a “toolbox” to equip us to engage others in a faithful and consistent manner.


2| Morning Worship |10:45am

Pastor Jeff will be preaching on Zechariah 1:1-7 “The King is Coming – Repent and Believe

Sunday, is a special service on many levels – we welcome new members, hold a baptism, and prepare for the Lord’s Supper tonight. Providentially, an infant baptism starts our advent theme, on the “Infant King” Jesus. And in our sermon, we take a break from Ephesians to break open the prophecy of Zechariah. As we prepare for Christ.

  Online livestream starts at 10:45am:

You may click on it at any time. But service will start at 10:45am. Format: YouTube livestream

3|Evening Communion Worship

With instant Google and next-day deliveries, waiting is something few of us appreciate. But “hope” is waiting by faith. This evening is a service themed on hope. We consider two eras of hope – Ancient hope fulfilled, in Christ’s coming as a baby, by starting advent tonight. And present hope for Christ’s return. Scripture says the Lord’s Supper is a table of hope, to be practiced “until he comes” (1 Corinthians 11:26). With hope in mind, Pastor will open Revelation 4-5, and teach about heaven, our ‘holding place’ before Jesus returns. So let us join with our Old Testament saints, and turn our “waiting” into “hope.”    Here is the PDF for the Evening Communion Service.  Communion Bulletin: B23-12-03 Communion Evening

 4 | Bulletin

Bulletin can be accessed here:    B23-12-03 Preparatory Service