Here are your Good Shepherd OPC announcements and worship helps for the week of December 12-18, 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 (December 18)
We finally begin a study of the negative signs of the times.
There are two classes for the children. Both use Great Commission Publications curriculum.
Acts 16:16-40, “Christ's Prisoners Set Others Free”
Matthew 7:21-23, “Warning: Two Kinds of Disciples”
Evening worship is at 6 pm with a question and answer session following.
Our Bible Study is on Wednesday at 7 pm. Our study is in Judges 11.
The Angel Tree names are posted at the church. Please consider purchasing a gift in the name of an incarcerated parent and giving that gift to his or her child. Details are available at the church.
The Session will meet on December 15 at 6:30 pm.
We will have our annual Lessons and Carols on December 24 beginning at 5:30 pm. Please invite a friend.
Pastor Chris will be on vacation December 26 – January 1. The Rev. Dr. Marc Clauson will fill the pulpit.
Our next fellowship lunch is Sunday, January 8, 2017 after morning worship. Our food theme is comfort foods.
The Concert Band and Chamber Orchestra from Dordt College, a Christian college in NE Iowa, are coming to Cincinnati on Friday, March 10, for a 7:00 pm concert at Covenant-First Presbyterian Church. Local Dordt alumnus Donn Rubingh is arranging housing for the students. If you would be willing to provide housing to 2 Dordt students following the concert, please contact Donn at 513-385-3943 or email@example.com.
The Committee for the Historian this week published a book that we hope will encourage the faithful men and women in the OPC. Choosing the Good Portion: Women of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church shares the lives of more than ninety women who have served in the OPC since its beginning. Their stories flesh out what God has done in the OPC over the last 80-years. This book is available on the OPC Publications page under Historical Books. It’s the perfect gift for all ages.