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Sanctity of Human Life Sunday
January 21

This Sunday is National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Pregnancy Decision Health Center (PDHC) will have a table set up in the Fellowship Hall if you would like to find out more about their ministry to women. Last year, LRC's Baby Bottles provided $746 and helped make it possible to assist 1160 babies in being born to women who were facing unexpected or challenging pregnancies. Baby Bottles can be returned to the office by February 25.

Sisters Outreach Group
Info Meeting Sunday January 21 11:30am

The Sisters Outreach Group is a mentoring project focused on volunteering at different agencies around Columbus. While we are helping others, we also develop friendships and mentor each other at the same time. This year, we will focus on three agencies—National Church Residences Senior Facilities, Make a Wish Foundation, and the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Come to the info meeting or email marciab@linworthroadchurch.com.

Creative Night
Thursday February 1 6:30pm

We’re so excited for our next Creative Night! We’ll gather to hear inspirational truth and celebrate each other’s talents by sharing what we’re working on and/or what might be stirring in our hearts to create. Come prepared to share or just come to be inspired and see what creative nights is all about. Contact the office if you plan to attend. Looking forward to being with you and seeing what God has in store.

Marriage Conference
Saturday February 17

Join us for this year’s marriage conference, DeepLove, as we look to help our marriages enjoy deeper connection and understanding. Each couple will take a short marriage assessment that is private to you and your spouse. We will help walk you through this eye-opening report as we tackle your unique personalities, communication styles, conflicts, and adaptability. We can promise you won’t want to miss it. Signups will begin next week. Contact the office if you plan to attend.

Leadership Huddle
Thursday February 22 6:30pm

Save the Date for our next Leadership Huddle, which will be on Thursday February 22 at 6:30pm. 

Important Tax Information

To ensure the deductibility of your church contributions, please do not file your 2017 tax return until you have received a written acknowledgment of your contributions from the church. You may lose a deduction for some contributions if you file your tax return before receiving a written acknowledgment of your contributions from the church. If you have moved, please send your current address to the office.

How Do We Worship?

In the last two messages, Pastor Nick Carruthers has addressed two important questions regarding the topic of worship: 1) What is Worship? and 2) Why Do We Worship? As we continue on to the last message in our Worship series, we will address the question, “How Do We Worship?” We will see how our deepened knowledge and understanding of worshiping God requires a response that reaches far beyond singing songs at church.

Please join us this Sunday us as Pastor Nick LoSchiavo wraps up our series on Worship.

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Fully Alive Membership Class
Sunday January 21 5-8pm

Our next Membership Class will be held on Sunday January 21 from 5-8pm here at LRC. If you would like to attend, please contact the office by January 17. Dinner will be provided. However, there will not be childcare.

Numbers and Deuteronomy Class
Mondays beginning January 22

This is an in-depth study of Numbers and Deuteronomy which focuses on Israel’s journey to the promised land and Yahweh's faithfulness to his promises to give them the land. The class will meet from 7-9pm in the Fellowship Hall. Register at knowingthebible.net.

Kairos Prison Ministry: Volunteers Needed

We are looking for one or two team members to join us as we enter North Central Correctional Men’s Prison, March 15-18. If you’re interested, please see Barry Cook in the Fellowship Hall after the service this Sunday, or email the office at office@linworthroadchurch.com.

Sisters Outreach Group
Info Meeting Sunday January 21 11:30am

The Sisters Outreach Group is a mentoring project focused on volunteering at different agencies around Columbus. While we are helping others, we also develop friendships and mentor each other at the same time. This year, we will focus on three agencies—National Church Residences Senior Facilities, Make a Wish Foundation, and the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Come to the info meeting or email marciab@linworthroadchurch.com.

Important Tax Information

To ensure the deductibility of your church contributions, please do not file your 2017 tax return until you have received a written acknowledgment of your contributions from the church. You may lose a deduction for some contributions if you file your tax return before receiving a written acknowledgment of your contributions from the church. If you have moved, please send your current address to the office.

January Linworth Life

Highlights from December...

  • About 25 people attended Culture and Theology Night on December 1. The topic was the Second Coming of Jesus.
  • Over 300 were in attendance for Linworth Homeschool Ministry's performance of "A Churchmouse Christmas" on December 8.
  • We gave Christmas presents to over 20 families who are involved in our tutoring program and ESL classes at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex.
  • Over 170 bags of coffee were purchased to benefit Casa Hogar Vida in Honduras.
  • The Managua mission team distributed over 100 Christmas bags to children in the area surrounding our sister church in Managua. 
  • On December 16, 11 adults (plus kids) went Christmas caroling and distributed approximately 90 door hangers with invitations to our Christmas Eve service. About 30% opened their doors to listen.
  • Eleven families were served by the Food Pantry in December.

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Baptism

We would love to support you in taking a step of faith by being baptized. Our next baptism will be on Sunday, January 28. For more information, contact our office at office@linworthroadchurch.com.

Numbers and Deuteronomy Class

This is an in depth study of Numbers and Deuteronomy which focuses on Israel’s journey to the promised land and Yahweh's faithfulness to his promises to give them the land. The class will meet from 7—9 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Register at knowingthebible.net.

Women's Retreat

Ladies, it’s time to relax with your girlfriends at a mini-retreat on Friday, January 12 @ 7pm, at LRC. Wear comfy slippers and let’s talk about what it means to “Be Still.” We will discover our own Watchword for 2018 and then do a hands-on project. Sign up by writing “Retreat” on your connect card.

Women's Bible Study

My dear Wormwood,...” so begins one of C.S. Lewis’ most famous books, The Screwtape Letters. The women's Tuesdayevening Bible Study will learn some of the pitfalls of following temptations vs. following God in our Christian life through this humorous classic. Join us at 7pm beginning January 9th, by writing “Bible Study” on your connect Card. Mandy Rohrig will facilitate this study.

GriefShare Group

In follow up to our Surviving the Holiday’s GriefShare Seminar, we would like to invite you to join us for a 15 week group on Mondayevenings, starting on January 15th and ending on April 30 (7—9 pm). Ann Nash, LPCC will facilitate this group. You may sign up by writing “Grief Share” on your Connect Card or by contacting Ann at annmnash@yahoo.com, by Jan 8th.

Fully Alive Membership Class

Our next Membership Class will be held on Sunday, January 21 from 5pm to 8pm here at LRC. If you would like to attend, please register by writing “Membership” on your Connect Card, or contact the office by January 17. Dinner will be provided however, there will not be childcare.

Kairos Prison Ministry: Volunteers Needed

We are looking for one or two team members to join us as we enter North Central Correctional Men’s Prison, March 15th- March 18th. If you’re interested please see Barry Cook in the Fellowship Hall after the service, or write "Kairos" on your Connect Card.

Sunday Preview: What Is Worship?

There has been a lot of confusion recently when it comes to the topic of worship. Many churches have people called worship leaders who sing “worship” songs, but is that really all there is when it comes to worship? Is worship just singing certain types of songs on Sundays, or have we missed something more? In this first message we will answer the question, "What is worship?"
 
Join us this Sunday as Pastor Nick Carruthers kicks off our new series on worship. Include a friend as we enjoy God together.

Christmas Eve at Linworth

Plans are in full swing for our Christmas Eve Service. Candles have been set aside, songs have been rehearsed, Scripture has been chosen, and messages have been prepared. We hope you will join us for a glorious evening to celebrate the coming of our Savior. 

There is another reason we plan so much for this special evening. We envision Christmas Eve as an event for our friends and our community. We desire and expect many guests on Christmas Eve. That is why you can drive around our community and see yard signs brandishing our Christmas Eve logo, and why we invited several thousand households. In the past few years, many visitors from the community have responded to our invitation. So here is a final challenge. At the Christmas Eve service, take a look around--look for someone who is feeling their way around. Welcome them, ask them to sit with you, make them feel at home, and invite them back to church. Your small act of kindness could go a long way. 
 
God bless you and Merry Christmas!

Pastor Chris


There will not be a morning service on Sunday, December 24. Please join us at 5pm or7pm on Christmas Eve. Childcare will be available for infants through age 5 at the 5pm service.


Christmas Eve Offering

On Christmas Eve, we will take up the normal tithes/offerings as well as a special offering to support the East Asia mission trip and the Whispering Oaks ministry. The special offering should be placed in the marked envelopes on the back of the pews. The offering plates will be passed just once.


This past week we lost a pillar of the faith, R.C. Sproul. As founder of Ligonier Ministries, his books and teachings on apologetics were instrumental in my own development. As you reflect on Jesus coming to the earth this Christmas season, renew in your heart the commitment to join Him in His ongoing, eternal mission.
 
Earlier in the year, Sproul wrote the following on the mission of the church. 
 
The mission of the church is eternal. Its origin is in eternity and its destination is eternity. God’s plan of redemption for this fallen world was not an afterthought or an expression of a plan B. Rather, before the world was even created, in all eternity God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit had a covenant among themselves that we call the Covenant of Redemption.

It was God’s eternal design in eternity to manifest His plan of redemption and the creation of His church. The Father from eternity agreed to send the second person of the Trinity, the Son, into the world to accomplish this plan of redemption. Together, the Father and the Son agreed to send the Holy Spirit to apply the accomplished work of redemption to God’s people.

So the mission of the church begins with the mission of the second person of the Trinity. A mission involves a sending. The Father sends the Son into the world in order to effect God’s eternal plan of redemption. That mission is accomplished by the Son. As His mission was accomplished He commanded His people, those who believed in His name, to go into all the world, to proclaim the gospel to all people, that the Kingdom of God may be made known throughout the earth and throughout the ages. The mission of the church began with a mandate given to the church, by the One whose mission was to fulfill all things that the Father sent Him to do. So He said, “As the Father sent Me so send
I you.” Looking backward we see that the mission of the church began in eternity with the agreement in the Godhead among the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit and the end of that mission is made manifest in the eternal redemption that God’s people experience.

The Kingship of Christ is one that lasts forever. He is the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords and He shall reign forever and ever. In that eternal reign His church, that is made up of His people will join in His triumph and participate in His glory as the kingdom of Christ lasts forever. We see then that there is no end to the mission of the church other than its eternal destiny of salvation and glory. We need to understand that the mission of the church is not a temporary matter. It’s not a concern that merely began in Old Testament days and reached its conclusion at end of the old creation. It is a mission from the ages and unto the ages and for the ages. The church must understand that her mission is one that matters eternally. It is a mission that can never be regarded as being of secondary importance.

The seeking of the kingdom of God is the central business of the church. Our Lord commanded that we should seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all other things will be added unto us. So there is no higher priority for the church then the making manifest and bearing witness to the Kingdom of our Savior. This is an eternal destiny with eternal consequences and is of eternal importance. Everything that the church does today and tomorrow matters and counts forever.

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2018 Bible Reading Plan

We found a great reading plan that takes you through the entire Bible (or just the New Testament, if you choose) in a year. You read five times a week with two days off to catch up or to read somewhere else. We hope that all of you will join us in 2018 as we read the Bible together. The reading plan will be available this Sunday.

Perspectives Course

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement is a 15 week life-changing course on God’s heart for the nations. The class will be held on Wednesday nights January 17-May 2 at the Rosedale International Center. To learn more or to register please visit their website, email ColumbusPerspectives2018@gmail.com, or stop by our Welcome Center and pick up a flyer.

Christmas Coffee
Sundays in December

Support a great work while giving a coffee-loving friend a tasty gift! This coffee is grown in Honduras by a member of our sister church there, and purchased by Friendly Bean coffee (Kansas City) who roasts, packages, and makes it available to us. Friendly Bean donates 50% of the profits from this coffee to Casa Hogar Vida (House-Home-Life), which is a project in Honduras helping families affected by AIDS. Each one pound bag of coffee is $8.50. Check out the table in the Fellowship Hall for more information.

Christmas Giving Tree
Due
Wednesday December 20

This year our Christmas Giving Tree will be directed to the refugee families at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex. We would like to provide each child with a toy, and give each family a Kroger gift card. Visit the Giving Tree in the lobby and take a tag detailing the gender and age of a child. Please return your gift by Wednesday December 20. Thank you for being part of loving our community in Jesus' name.

Christmas Eve Services
Sunday, December 24, 5 and
7pm

Join us on Christmas Eve and invite a friend! We will have two services, 5 and 7pm. Childcare for infants to age 5 will be available at the 5pm service only.

Christmas Eve Offering

On Christmas Eve, we will take up the normal tithes/offerings as well as a special offering to support the East Asia mission trip and the Whispering Oaks ministry. The special offering should be placed in the marked envelopes on the back of the pews. The offering plates will be passed just once.

Sunday Preview: O Holy Night

In the third part of our Carols series, we look at O Holy Night (French: Cantique de Noël), a well-known Christmas carol composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 based on the French poem "Minuit, chrétiens" (Midnight, Christians). This carol has a surprising and intriguing story attached to it. Its lyrics give us three views of the birth of Christ--a view from heaven, a view from the manager, and a view from our own lives. Within the words of this song, the poet paints a picture of Luke Chapter 2 and the entrance of our savior into a world “in sin and pining, till He appeared."
 

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One on One Mentoring

Have you ever wished you knew more about the basics of your Christian faith? Have you ever desired to meet with someone one on one and talk through issues like salvation, baptism, and discipleship? If so, we would like to offer a one on one mentor who will lead you through discipleship material over the course of six sessions, with the goal of establishing you in the basic beliefs of the Christian faith. For more information, email Nickc@linworthroadchurch.com

Christmas Coffee
Sundays in December

Support a great work while giving a coffee-loving friend a tasty gift! This coffee is grown in Honduras by a member of our sister church there, and purchased by Friendly Bean coffee (Kansas City) who roasts, packages, and makes it available to us. Friendly Bean donates 50% of the profits from this coffee to Casa Hogar Vida (House-Home-Life), which is a project in Honduras helping families affected by AIDS. Each one pound bag of coffee is $8.50. Check out the table in the Fellowship Hall for more information.

Christmas Giving Tree
Sunday, December 10

This year our Christmas Giving Tree will be directed to the refugee families at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex. We would like to provide each child with a toy, and give each family a Kroger gift card. Visit the Giving Tree in the lobby starting December 10 and take a tag detailing the gender and age of a child. Please return your gift by Wednesday December 20. Thank you for being part of loving our community in Jesus' name.

Christmas Caroling
Saturday, December 16, 5-6:
30pm

'Tis the season to go caroling! Join us as we extend door to door invitations to our Christmas Eve services via carolers. Christmas caroling has been a well-received holiday tradition that wraps our invitation with festive charm. Email the church office if you would like more information about joining this merry band of carolers. 

Christmas Eve Services
Sunday, December 24, 5 and
7pm

Join us on Christmas Eve and invite a friend! We will have two services, 5 and 7pm. Childcare for infants to age 5 will be available at the 5pm service only.

Sunday Preview: Go Tell It On The Mountain

"Go Tell it on the Mountain" is a Christmas carol enjoyed by millions around the world. Last week, we learned the origins and message of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. In contrast to its grand, sweeping theology, "Go Tell it on the Mountain" is remarkably moving in its simplicity. Written in the middle of the 19th century by an unknown slave familiar with suffering, this carol captures the passionate longing for a better future, the restlessness of God to grant that future, and the restlessness of believers to share that future with others. 

This Sunday, Pastor Chris Martin will continue our Christmas series. Join us Sunday and include a friend as we enjoy God together.

December Linworth Life

Townhall

Highlights from November...

  • Nine people attended the IFI Discovery Group Training on 11/11.
  • Nine new visitors attended the Welcome to Linworth Lunch on 11/12.
  • 55 people, including eight college student guests, feasted at the Nishizaki life group Thanksgiving dinner. 
  • 60 people attended the Town Hall meeting on 11/16, where a one service option was discussed.
  • Twenty people attended the Grief Share seminar on 11/18. A follow up group will be announced in January.
  • Eleven Thanksgiving meals for single moms and other families were distributed. 
  • Thank you to Phil Keeler for designing the new diaper bag tags for Cross Crew!
  • The College Group (II:XXII) is now an official OSU student organization. 
  • Two patients were treated at the Free Clinic on 11/28. A former patient also returned to receive prayer.
  • Sixteen families were served by the Food Pantry in November.

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Christmas Coffee
Starting this
Sunday December 3

Support a great work while giving a coffee-loving friend a tasty gift! This coffee is grown in Honduras by a member of our sister church there, and purchased by Friendly Bean coffee (Kansas City) who roasts, packages, and makes it available to us. Friendly Bean donates 50% of the profits from this coffee to Casa Hogar Vida (House-Home-Life), which is a project in Honduras helping families affected by AIDS. Each one pound bag of coffee is $8.50. Check out the table in the Fellowship Hall for more information.

Prayer for East Asia Trip
Saturday, December 9

After Christmas, a team from LRC will travel to East Asia. One opportunity for you to unite in prayer for the team and the needs in East Asia will occur on December 9 from 9-11am at LRC. Pastor Chris will describe the urgent needs in East Asia, including those the team hopes to address. Exposure to need and prayer are practical ways for you to increase the global slice of your life--why not join us?

Christmas Giving Tree
Sunday December 10

This year our Christmas Giving Tree will be directed to the refugee families at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex. We would like to provide each child with a toy, and give each family a Kroger gift card. Visit the Giving Tree in the lobby starting December 10 and take a tag detailing the gender and age of a child. Please return your gift by Wednesday December 20. Thank you for being part of loving our community in Jesus' name.

Christmas Caroling
Saturday, December 16, 5-6:
30pm

'Tis the season to go caroling! Join us as we extend door to door invitations to our Christmas Eve services via carolers. Christmas caroling has been a well-received holiday tradition that wraps our invitation with festive charm. Email the church office if you would like more information about joining this merry band of carolers. 

Christmas Eve Services
Sunday, December 24, 5 and
7pm

Join us on Christmas Eve and invite a friend! We will have two services, 5 and 7pm. Childcare for infants to age 5 will be available at the 5pm service only.

ESL Opportunity

We are continuing our ministry at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex by offering English as a Second Language (ESL) help for adults, on Saturdays from 12-2pm. This is a new outreach, so details are still being worked out, but more volunteers are welcome. Volunteers will help with set up and be paired with students to practice conversational English. Email office@linworthroadchurch.com for more information.

Sunday Preview: Hark the Herald Angels Sing

There is nothing quite as unique as Christmas carols. Many of them are a hundred years old or older and yet they continue to be recorded and sung every year. We hear them on the radio, in department stores, and in many holiday movies. Even non-Christians can’t help but love and sing them, yet how often do people stop and consider what these songs mean? Most carols are full of rich Biblical and theological language and imagery. In Part 1 of this series, we will look at the well known and loved carol, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,” to learn what this song communicates about the message of Christmas and our response to that message.

Don’t miss this Sunday as Pastor Nick Carruthers kicks off our Christmas series: Carols. Be sure to invite a friend. 

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Prayer for East Asia Trip
Saturday, December 9

After Christmas, a team from LRC will travel to East Asia. EA includes some of the world’s largest unreached people groups, and in some regions there is an intensifying pressure on believers. One opportunity for you to unite in prayer for the team and the needs in East Asia will occur on December 9 from 9-11amat LRC. Pastor Chris will describe the urgent needs in East Asia, including those the team hopes to address. Exposure to need and prayer are practical ways for you to increase the global slice of your life--why not join us?

Culture and Theology
Friday, December 1, 7-10pm

Rapture? Tribulation? Millennium? All of these have been connected to what Christians call the Second Coming of Jesus. Since the first century, Christians have agreed Christ will return, but there have also been many disagreements. When will he return? What kind of kingdom will he establish? What is the meaning of the millennium? The goal of this educational forum is to help you understand these questions surrounding the return of Jesus, and also develop a meaningful conviction that impacts the way you live today. 

ESL Opportunity

Having provided homework help for the kids at the Whispering Oaks apartment complex for several years, we have felt challenged to pursue additional opportunities to engage families. This has led to offering English as a Second Language (ESL) help for adults, on Saturdays from 12-2pm. This is a new outreach, so details are still being worked out, but more volunteers are welcome. Volunteers will help with set up and be paired with students to practice conversational English. Email office@linworthroadchurch.com for more information.

Sunday Preview: What About All the Other Religions?

In the final week of our series "Can I Ask That," we will ask perhaps the most important question. Is Jesus the Only Way? There are almost 10,000 religions in the world. What makes us think Christianity is better? Why do we think Christianity is right and the others are wrong?

Don’t miss this Sunday as Pastor Mike Faler addresses this question of what makes Christianity stand apart from all the other religions in the world, and be sure to include a friend.

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Culture and Theology
Friday, December 1, 7-10pm


Rapture? Tribulation? Millennium? All of these have been connected to what Christians call the Second Coming of Jesus. Since the first century, Christians have agreed Christ will return, but there have also been many disagreements. When will he return? What kind of kingdom will he establish? What is the meaning of the millennium? The goal of this educational forum is to help you understand these questions surrounding the return of Jesus, and also develop a meaningful conviction that impacts the way you live today. 

One on One Mentoring


Have you ever wished you knew more about the basics of your Christian faith? Have you ever desired to meet with someone one on one and talk through issues like salvation, baptism, and discipleship? If so, we would like to offer a one on one mentor who will lead you through discipleship material over the course of six sessions, with the goal of establishing you in the basic beliefs of the Christian faith. For more information, email Nickc@linworthroadchurch.com

Baby Dedication
Sunday December 10


Our next baby dedication will be on Sunday, December 10. If you wish to have your baby dedicated during one of our Sundaymorning services, please email office@linworthroadchurch.com.

Sunday Preview: Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?

In the third week of our series "Can I Ask That," we will ask a question which causes a struggle for many people in our culture. We could put it another way--"Why should God, or why should Christians, judge who I love or who I am intimate with?" This question and the assumptions lying underneath it will launch us into one of the most important conversations we can have in our search for true fulfillment.

Don’t miss this Sunday as Pastor Chris Martin addresses this question, and be sure to include a friend.

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One on One Mentoring

Have you ever wished you knew more about the basics of your Christian faith? Have you ever desired to meet with someone one on one and talk through issues like salvation, baptism, and discipleship? If so, we would like to offer a one on one mentor who will lead you through discipleship material over the course of six sessions, with the goal of establishing you in the basic beliefs of the Christian faith. For more information, email Nickc@linworthroadchurch.com

Town Hall Meeting
Thursday November 16 7-8:30pm


Over the last few years, we have discussed the benefits and drawbacks of having one Sunday morning service, rather than two. The discussion has included both practical and theological concerns. The pastors need your input to help discern God's leading and adequately weigh the pros and cons. Please join us from 7-8:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. No childcare will be provided. 

Orphan Sunday November 12

Orphan Sunday is a day marked annually by churches around the globe to bring awareness and understanding to the growing global orphan crisis. Orphan World Relief (OWR) has been a long-time partner of LRC. Please continue to give to this worthy ministry which supports orphans and at-risk children. To learn more about OWR or to get involved, visit online at www.OrphanWorldRelief.org.

IFI Student Day of Prayer
Friday November 17


This day of prayer is hosted by International Friendships, Inc. Please take this opportunity to pray for international students who come to study at nearby universities. Currently, LRC members are reaching out to many international students. You can go to www.ifipartners.org/pray to sign up for a 15 minute prayer slot during the 24 hours of prayer. If you have any questions, Dale at missions@linworthroadchurch.com.

Grief Share: Surviving the Holidays
Saturday November 18 9:30-11:30am

This helpful seminar features video interviews with counselors, grief experts, and other people who have experienced the holidays after their loved one’s death and who offer practical suggestions and reassurance. Ann Nash, LPCC, will facilitate the seminar. Ann is a licensed professional clinical counselor and member of LRC. There is no charge to attend. Please register by November 10 by contacting the church at office or Ann at annmnash@yahoo.com.

Culture and Theology
Friday December 1, 7-10pm

Rapture? Tribulation? Millennium? All of these have been connected to what Christians call the Second Coming of Jesus. Since the first century, Christians have agreed Christ will return, but there have also been many disagreements. When will he return? What kind of kingdom will he establish? What is the meaning of the millennium? The goal of this educational forum is to help you understand these questions surrounding the return of Jesus, and also develop a meaningful conviction that impacts the way you live today.