A Place Where Jesus is Honored
Adult Sunday School
Begins Sunday, September 27th – immediately after the service under the tent. Learn from the Hymns will be led by Doug Sell. Read on for an overview of the six-week study.
The writers of our favorite hymns were not just happy, pious, and “old-fashioned” people. One of these hymns was written by a man who experienced a dramatic conversion from gang member to preacher, another by a man who lost his entire family in a sinking ship, and yet another by a woman who was discouraged in her work as a missionary. It is through these trials that these men and women of God were able to praise him from the depths of their aching hearts.
What do these “old” words mean, and do they have any value for us today? What do they reveal about God’s character? This study will help you learn more about the origins and lessons from these six classic hymns.
The hymns include: Holy, Holy, Holy; Amazing Grace, Have Thine Own Way Lord; It is Well with My Soul; Jesus, Lover of My Soul; and Come, Thou Fount.
Sermon Discussion Group
The Sermon Discussion Group will be starting up again on Sunday, September 27th. We will
meet (with social distancing) in the courtyard after the Sunday morning service. Bring your chair,
your mask, your thoughts and questions as we consider together how we might apply what we just
heard in the sermon to our daily lives. Questions? Call Al Cope at 609-560-1069.