10:00am Sunday School
We have classes for children age 4 through 6th grade that meet in the fellowship hall. The youth and adult class meet in the sanctuary. Nursery is provided for children age 0-3 (upstairs, off the foyer).
11:00am Children''s Bible Discovery Zone
Children meet each Sunday to sing, hear and learn God's Word (with object lessons, memory verses and Bible teaching), do crafts and games while adults are in the Worship Service.
11:00 am Worship Service
7pm Bible Study and Prayer Meeting
This is the most important meeting of the week! Come join others and pray for the needs of the church, individuals, family, community and nation.
Sharon Cartwright & Valerie Williams December 16, 2012 ( Luke 2:11)
It was held downstairs in Fellowship Hall at the Lookingglass Community Church, where many came for a special evening by candlelight, and to hear the Christmas Story through a program of music. At intermission, beverages and pies were served. This program was 60 minutes in length and was very edifying.
Church Family. People from our church body and local community are blessed by our Food Barrel Ministry. Thank you for making this possible. We request no out of date (sell by) product. Current non-perishable needs include: Canned Tuna, Canned Meat, Mac & Cheese, Hamburger Helper, Canned Pasta, Canned Stew, Canned Chili, Peanut Butter, Jelly & Jams, Canned Vegetables, Canned Corn, Canned Fruit, Cereal (hot & cold), Soup (cans or mixes), Boxed Rice, Boxed Pasta; household goods such as laundry detergent and toilet tissue as well. We have a barrel in the church foyer to collect all non-perishable items.
The purpose of this church is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to extend missionary work, to lead people to a saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to instruct and encourage the Body of Christ by a true and faithful ministry of His precious Word.
November 25, 2012 Dr. Daniel Ortwig Acts 4:3-22A description of the Sanhedrin. A discussion of the metaphor “being filled with the
Spirit.” A look at Peter's rationale in quoting Ps. 118to the Sanhedrin.
Sermon by Pastor Keith Williams November 04, 2012 2 Pet. 2:10-22
February 10, 2013 Dr. Daniel Ortwig Acts 9:20-31
A description of Saul's activity and reception in Damascus and later in Jerusalem. In both instances he is cautiously received and has bold interactions with the Jewish orthodoxy. Unable to best Saul in debates the Jewish responses were plots to kill him. The church moved Saul from the regions to ensure his safety, eventually sending him back to his hometown of Tarsus in Cilicia. A time of questions and answers prompted questions about Daniel interpreting Nebuchadnezzar's dream and whether Scripture said anything about cremation instead of burial.
The first oracle of Zechariah to Israel describes God's judgment against the
Arameans, Phoenicians, and Philistines.
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