Here is the handout for the Sunday Evening (12/3) Covenant Theology in Practice class; we’ll be on the last page of the handout:
There will be no Sunday evening study on December 31.
Our annual Christmas Litany will be at 6:00pm on Sunday, December 24.
The annual SGOPC Adult Christmas Party will be on Friday, December 8 at the Mahaffy home. The sit down dinner cost is $12 per person. Please bring a $10 gift per individual for the gift exchange.
RSVP to Jenee Van Kooten by Sunday, December 3.
Here is the outline for our next lesson in the Covenant Theology in Practice class for Sunday evening, October 22:
Due to the Reformation Day Celebration, there will be no Sunday evening class on November 5.
A Reformation Day Celebration
- November 5, 2017 ~ 10:30 AM Worship Service, followed by a German style meal, then our Reformation Program, topped off with dessert.
- Enjoy delicious traditional German cuisine.
- This Year’s Theme: It is the 500th Anniversary of the nailing of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther. We encourage each family to study this important historical event in God’s church. Skits, presentations, music, ect… focusing on this theme will be accepted for this year’s program.
- Invite your family, friends and neighbors!!
- Dress the part and come in costume! Attend as an historical figure from that era (optional).
- Please visit the sign-up sheets in the foyer to volunteer food for the feast.
- Expect to have a full, fun-filled, joyous time in fellowship and laughter.
Food: Jenee Van Kooten (360)679-0986 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Program: Jackie Mahaffy 360-246-4143 or Jackie@mahaffy.org
Please feel free to contact any of the coordinators with any questions, solicitation of ideas, and costume queries.
From the Fellowship Committee ~Cheryl Lunz, Jackie Mahaffy, Jill Huston, Lonna Weaver, Jenee Van Kooten
The handout for the 11/1 Covenant Theology in Practice class is available here:
We’ll be starting on page 19.
Below is the updated outline for the Covenant Theology in Practice study that includes the section on Federal Vision, starting on 7/30.
On the Sunday evening of the 23rd, we’ll begin part 2 of the Covenant Theology in Practice class, looking at how some different movements with roots in Reformed circles have different views of the covenant and the law, and how that affects their practice in society today. We’ll start by looking at Theonomy.