These are your Good Shepherd OPC announcements and worship helps for the week of April 25 – May 1, 2016.
If you have a prayer request, please forward it to Pastor Chris to be included in the congregational prayer on Sunday morning or evening.
The Lord’s Day (May 1)
We continue our study of Westminster Confession of Faith, chapter 2, Of God and Of the Holy Trinity. Our aim is to examine several of God’s communicable attributes listed in paragraph 1.
There are two children’s classes which use Great Commission Publications curriculum.
We return to our study in Acts as we look at a second section of Stephen’s speech. Our text is Acts 7:17-43, “Moses, Faithful in God's House.”
Because we have recently gone through each line of the Lord’s Prayer, we’ll consider the first half of the prayer which direct us toward God. The text is Matthew 6:9-10, “The Lord's Prayer, Part 1.” Evening worship begins at 2 pm.
The Prayer Meeting is canceled this week.
The Session will meet on Wednesday, April 27 at 6:30 pm.
Good Shepherd is hosting a game night on Friday April 29th at 7:00 PM. This will be a fun evening for everyone, young and old to get together for some fellowship around board games of any type. Please bring a light snack to share and bring any games you might have. Please use this opportunity to invite family and friends to join us. We plan to conclude around 9:30. Please let Marius Pienaar know if you intend to come or if you have any questions. MariusPienaar@hotmail.com or 513 453 3705.
Join us for a fellowship lunch on Sunday immediately after the morning worship. Our theme is Mexican or Tex-Mex foods.
The women will meet Friday, May 13 for study and fellowship. Currently they are studying Jerry Bridges’ book, The Practice of Godliness. All women are invited to join them.
We will join Redeemer OPC in Beavercreek for a joint service on May 29 at 5:30 pm with refreshments following the service.
The scheduled week for the Presbytery of Ohio Youth Camp July 11-16. Pick up a brochure in the lobby.
This is the annual email invite to Church of the Good Shepherd for your parishioners who travel to the Outer Banks this year. Church of the Good Shepherd is a small Anglican church on the Outer Banks of North Carolina that is fully reformed and adhering to the 1662 Prayerbook and the 39 Articles, both developed at the time of Luther and Calvin. My sermons are steeped in Calvinism and the Five Solas as well as the Puritans such as John Owen. You can read sermon texts on our Web site: www.goodshepherdobx.org. We sing from the Scottish Psalter of 1650 each week with guitar and flute accompaniment. Children participate in the whole service. We worship at 10am every Sunday, and we are located at 2910 S. Croatan Highway, Unit 1 (SW Corner of the mall) Central Square (The Antique Mall) about Milepost 10 3/4, just North of the YMCA. Nags Head, NC