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Preparing for Worship: September 11 2016

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Morning Service This week marks the return to Eric's series on the Book of Acts, "To Be Continued...." We left the Apostolic band continuing the work that their Lord Jesus began (Acts 1:1)--Peter had just escaped from prison, to the shock of followers of "the way," and Herod, fool of...

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Tags: nations, preparing for worship, proclamation, sabbath, word

Praying with Other People

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We have lost the art of corporate prayer, which is a shame because corporate prayer is particularly blessed by our God. The Problem with Corporate Prayer At the root of the problem is that when we are engaged in corporate prayer—whether at the First Wednesday prayer meeting, or at one of...

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Tags: corporate prayer, pray, prayer, worship

On Looking

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One of the great pleasures of fall is the joy we find in looking at the beauty of our Father’s world. Our eyes have been created with the capacity to soak-in beauty and delight in it. As flowers lose their summertime luster, our “looking” turns to nature’s fading beauty...

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Preparing for Worship: Sunday September 4th

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This week we will be asking the question: What is the role of the church in the local community? What are we doing in Conshohocken? What is our basic underlying mission? That's not an altogether easy question--on the one hand, what a church "should be" has to fit where it is; on the other, there...

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Tags: christ and culture, church, mission, preparing, worship

September Newsletter 2016

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September 2016

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Preparing for Worship: August 28 2016

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Our theme for this Sunday is "The Sunday Blues." The Bible tells us that worship is a joyful experience. Our catechism tells us that we were created for this: to glorify and enjoy God forever. Yet if we are honest with ourselves, we must admit that not every Sunday is a joyful experience...

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Tags: bulletin, sabbath, worship

Roots of Reformation

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On October 31, 1517, a young monk posted his “95 Theses” on the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. It attacked the Catholic practice at the time of selling indulgences for forgiveness of sins, asserting that the church must be guided by Scripture alone, and that salvation was...

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Tags: church, reformation, reformed, sunday school

Preparing for Worship, August 21 2016 Edition

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Greetings everyone! We are starting a new series this week: "Preparing for Worship." There are a number of reasons for doing so, but the primary one is this: the center of our life together is worship, and as such we thought it would be consistent with our mission, and helpful to all of us in...

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Tags: lord's supper, preparing for worship, relationships, sacrament, service

Sunday Bulletin 8/14/16

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Morning Service Evening Service

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Sunday Bulletin 8/7/16

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Morning Worship Evening Worship

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