CROSS CREEK CHURCH:
MISSIONS MONTH 2019

Theme – “The Harvest is Now”
Schedule of Events

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 [ Foreign Missions emphasis ]

8:45 AM Worship Service

  • Guest Speaker – Rev. Jon Eide, Serving with Mission to the World in Ukraine
  • Sharing – Pamela Phipps – Grace House Ministries

10:00 AM Sunday School for all ages with Missions Sharing

SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 [ Church Planting emphasis ]

8:45 AM Worship Service

  • Guest Speaker – Rev. Alton Hardy, Founder and Pastor of Urban Hope Community Church in Fairfield, AL
  • Sharing – Lisa Hogan – Sav-a-Life Ministries

10:00 AM Operation Mercy

  • Opportunity for families to purchase goods during the Sunday School hour, and deliver them to Sav-A-Life for their “Stork’s Nest”

SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 [ Local Ministry emphasis ]

8:45 AM Worship Service

  • Guest Speaker – Rev. Adam Venable, RUF Pastor at UAB
  • Sharing – Brandon Robbins, Birmingham Theological Seminary Distance Education and Global Partnership with Third Millennium Ministries

10:00 AM Sunday School for all ages with Missions Sharing

5:00 PM Pot Luck Supper

6:00 PM Special Evening Worship Service

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 [ Commitment emphasis ]

8:45 AM Worship Service

  • Speaker – Dr. Chris Peters
  • Ellie Burd – Mission work in Ghana, Africa

10:00 AM Sunday School for all ages – All Adults invited to “Pursuing our Cross Creek Church Mission – How You Can Engage With Our 2019 Long-Range Planning Process”

Annual Missions Conference

 

 

2019 Churchwide Spiritual Growth Plan – New City Catechism

John 4:24 “God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.” The past three or four years, all in our church family have been encouraged to pursue a pathway for spiritual growth individually or as a household, which is linked with our weekly church worship service. The goal has been to grow in spirit and truth. With our lives often scattered and our attention easily distracted, repeating a passage of the Bible or from a historic teaching tool, like a catechism, and then having resources in hand to pursue that teaching during the week, is as important as it ever was. To that end, in the past, we have invited everyone to walk together through the Westminster Shorter Catechism (English from 1640s) and the Heidelberg Catechism (German from 1563), using the daily readings from Starr Meade, and this last year, using the Read Scripture app for daily bible reading and helpful summary videos.

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