Ministry of the Word

September 4, 2022

Now therefore are we all here present before God to hear all things that are commanded thee of God

Acts 10:33

We hope that prayer and expectant quietness begin with the opening notes of the prelude.

Sunday Schedule

9:30 am
Adult Sunday School
"The Comfort and Strength of Almighty God"
Isaiah 40
Chris Splawn
9:30 am
"Peculiar People Class"
"The Lord Removes a Mountain of a Man"
2 Samuel 21:1-15
Geoff Brown
9:30 am
Junior High & High School Class
Alan Angeles
9:30 am
Children's Sunday School
Joshua 3:1-5:1
10:30 am
Ministry of the Word
"Two Children"
John 8:37-47
Dan Duncan
11:45 am
The Lord’s Supper
Open Meeting


The Lord’s Supper will begin 10 minutes after the Ministry of the Word

We will be live-streaming the Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 10:30 am.

You can watch or listen live, or view previously recorded sermons on YouTube.

Sunday, September 25, is the date for our Church-wide Luncheon. Plan to bring a side dish or dessert, and sign up on one of the clipboards available at the back table or at the Welcome Center.

The Ladies Tuesday Bible Study resumes on September 6 at 10:00 am. The Tuesday Prayer Meeting will resume the following week, September 13, at 9:15 am.

Footsteps of Faith 2022-2023 is planning to resume on Wednesday, September 7 with a “Welcome Back Pizza Party”. We meet every Wednesday night at 7 pm in the Believers Chapel gym foyer. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade enjoy a time of Bible study, gym activities, teamwork, fellowship, and fun. This year’s theme is “Sailing Life’s Seas”, which is Volume 4 in our New Testament series covering Acts 17 – Revelation.

Jack Brocious will be starting a 6-week Bible Study entitled: “A Study of Jerusalem in the Bible” on Wednesday evenings beginning on Wednesday, October 5. There is probably no more prominent place in the Bible than Jerusalem. Studying the historical geography of Jerusalem is a compact way to survey much of the history of Israel and the life of Christ. In addition, studying a number of specific archaeological sites in Jerusalem (including the Temple Mount, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, and the Broad Wall) illustrates the geographical and historical precision of the Bible. “I have chosen Jerusalem that my name may be there . . 2 Chronicles 6:6.

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The Chapel office will be closed on Labor Day.

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