Our Sunday services between now and Christmas will focus on three main subjects. It is the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation, which was a time of amazing joy in Christ and in expansion of his kingdom values. We will mark the anniversary in our All Age services, taking a look at the five main gospel truths of the reformation.
We have also recently heard the call to remain in Christ and for his word to remain in us. The letter of Jude, which is only 25 verses long, is the last letter of the New Testament, and it is a call to remain in Christ and what happens if we don’t. So, we’ll be hearing the call of God to us through Jude to contend for the faith received.
Then it’s advent, the season of waiting for Christ. Revelation gives us a glimpse of the future with Christ and what will happen when he returns in glory, where better to look as we wait for him?
|September||3||Reformation 5: By God’s word alone|
|10||Called, loved and kept (Jude 1-2)|
|17||Contend for the faith (Jude 3-4)|
|24||Complete destruction (Jude 5-10)|
|October||1||Reformation 5: By faith alone|
|8||Conviction of the ungodly (Jude 11-16)|
|15||Call to persevere (Jude 17-23)|
|22||Confidence in the Lord (Jude 24-25)|
|November||5||Reformation 5: By God’s grace alone|
|12||First and last (Revelation 1:1-8)|
|19||Baby in a manger? (Revelation 1:9-20)|
|26||The Throne above (Revelation 4:1-11)|
|December||3||Reformation 5: By Christ Alone (Rev 5)|
|10||4 riders of the apocalypse (Revelation 6:1-16)|
|17||Nativity and Carol Service|
|31||Give thanks to the Lord – Psalm 118|