Announcements and Updates
Christmas Dinner This Wednesday
Join us this Wednesday evening for dinner! We're planning to eat at 6:30 but you are welcome to come early if you would like.
Menu: Turkey, green beans, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, drinks, and dessert. You are welcome to bring a side to share!
For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Join us for Christmas worship this Sunday as we rejoice in the birth of our Savior!
Our digital bulletin is published each Sunday morning here: https://collegepark.updates.church
Winter Weather: It's gotten cold and winter seems like it's finally here. It is rare for us to cancel our Sunday morning services. However, please use caution when deciding if it's safe for you to attend. In the event we do need cancel a Sunday service, we'll send an email, call, and text to let you know. Note: Please make sure we have your updated contact info - see below!
We're in the process of updating our contact information. There are two ways to make sure we have the best way to get in touch with you!
- We have contact information update forms on the back table in the church. Just fill one out and drop it in the offering plate on the table.
- Online - Here's the link
We're beginning a study of James on Wednesday, January 4th.
James' Letter was written primarily to Jewish Christians to clarify what a godly life should look like. The book is filled with practical wisdom for Christians, calling us to live out genuine faith through good works, but it is also rooted in deep faith and rich theology. Perhaps more than any other book in the New Testament, James emphasizes the application of Christian belief that flows out of a love for God and a understanding of the one true gospel.
In addition to our Wednesday study, we'll make the material (teaching videos and notes) available online (at this link). Currently the trailer is available at that link if you would like to see how it works.