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Join us June 6 – July 4 for Seals: Lessons of Hope from John’s Revelation
In Presbyterian circles, and maybe just more broadly in Christian circles, Revelation can fascinate us and yet intimidate us, perhaps more so than any other book of the Bible. It’s hard to know what to do with it. The imagery is dense and bold, even frightening at times. It can feel like the book is written in coded language. It’s hard sometimes to find easy points to dive in, and so it feels inaccessible. So for many of us, we stay away.
Even though we stay away from it, when we polled the congregation in early 2020, one of the most mentioned places in Scripture you said you’d love to explore more deeply in worship was none other than Revelation.
So, by the Spirit’s providence, we will begin this journey through just a section of Revelation at a time when, as a church, we are just as eager to look forward as we are to make sense of the challenging time we have been through—much like the churches to which Revelation was written.
HYGIENE KITS: Include a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, washcloth, shampoo, lotion, comb, disposable razor, hand sanitizer, etc. and leave them in the bins marked for C.O.N.N.E.C.T at the back of the sanctuary or in the church office to help those in need in our community!
Click HERE to read MARK LAMPLEY’S LETTER TO THE CONGREGATION about keeping the Sabbath holy.