Mary Magdalene Testifies To Seeing The Risen Lord

Pastor Barron’s sermon for Easter Sunday is titled, “Seeing and Believing.” His text is John 20:1-18.

Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting And Bible Study Continues

Join us on Wednesday evenings as we pray for our church and study God’s Word. We meet each week at 7:00 in the Orchid Room. Currently, we are studying the book of Romans and will be picking up at Chapter 15: 29.

Next Church Discussion On April 28 Continues On The Topic Of Prayer

We will begin with the article, “What Is Prayer?” by Barry J. York and go through “What If I Don’t Feel Like Praying?” by Adriel Sanchez. These are all found in the beginning section of the the March Tabletalk. Join us at 4:00 pm at the home of Don and Janice Woodard.

Dorcas Ministry Collection For April: Piedmont Women’s Center

The Dorcas Ministry focus for April is for The Piedmont Women’s Center. We will receive monetary donations this Sunday, on April 21. We will be participating in their “Baby Bottle Fund Raiser.” Bottles are available on the table in the back.

Church Nursery Volunteers Sought

The church now offers a nursery for children from infancy through age 3 during morning worship. It is the intention of the Session to provide nursery attendants from congregational volunteers on a rotating schedule. If you will agree to assist, please contact Pastor Barron.

Catechism Corner

Q. 52. How was Christ exalted in his resurrection?
A. Christ was exalted in his resurrection, in that, not having seen corruption in death, (of which it was not possible for him to be held,) and having the very same body in which he suffered, with the essential properties thereof, (but without mortality, and other common infirmities belonging to this life,) really united to his soul, he rose again from the dead the third day by his own power; whereby he declared himself to be the Son of God, to have satisfied divine justice, to have vanquished death, and him that had the power of it, and to be Lord of quick and dead: all which he did as a public person, the head of his church, for their justification, quickening in grace, support against enemies, and to assure them of their resurrection from the dead at the last day.

(Westminster Larger Catechism)

Tabletalk Moment

God Rejects Saul’s Kingdom: God is most gracious, but we should never think that disobeying His explicit commands will be without consequence. Let us seek to obey God’s revealed will so that we do not miss out on divine blessings. (Tabletalk Magazine, April 19, page 52).

Short Items

Sunday School: This Sunday at 9:30am in the Camellia Room, we move on to Chapter 2 of Haggai, looking at how the Lord promised to be with his people and to give the new temple a glory that would exceed the glory even of Solomon’s temple. We will also look at how Zerubbabel’s role was a sign of the renewal of God’s promises to the line of David. Dr. Iain Duguid’s lesson in the Adult Quarterly is titled, “The Best is Yet to Come.” To get the full context, read all of Haggai Chapter 2.

Church Cookout: On Saturday, May 4th, we will be having a Church cookout at the Barron’s home. The meet will be provided while each family is asked to bring a dish to add to the meal. The sign-up sheet is on the table at the back of the sanctuary.

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