Alone Is Not The Plan
Our Service This Sunday
The brokenness of this world wants us to believe that we are alone, and worse, that we are better off being that way. However, God has created us for community. Join us tomorrow as Stu shares with us about why community is not only important but also a gift from God!
Coffee is ready at 9:45 and our service begins at 10:15. You can join us in person or online. You can find our service on our Website, Facebook Page and YouTube Channel . Note: We've updated the livestream page on our website so all our Sunday worship resources are in one place and on one page.
Our digital bulletin is published each Sunday morning here: https://collegepark.updates.church
Tonight: Saturday, August 20
Bible Memory Project
In September we're beginning the Bible Memory Project. It's a simple way for kids (and adults!) to memorize Bible verses. Here's how it works: Each month focuses on four verses based on a theme in scripture (love, joy, peace, patience, etc.)
To help you memorize:
- A bookmark with the verses color-coded to the corresponding wristband to help you get started!
- 4 wristbands that are inscribed with the first letter of each word from the memory verse (one for each week). These letters will help by prompting you to complete the whole word in your mind. Soon you’ll be remembering the whole verse!
- A sticker that has the first letters of the words from all four verses, just like the bracelets. These are great to put wherever it'll remind you to memorize it most!
- A 4x6 print and sticker with a verse design.
If you or your children would like to participate in September please let Brandon or Rachel know!
Bible Study: Starting in September
On Wednesday nights beginning in September we are beginning a study of James. This study will consist of a video by Matt Chandler and then a time of discussion.
The letter that James writes is a picture of what the Christian life should look like. James calls us to put our faith into practice and shares with us the application of our Christian beliefs.