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Sermon Title and Scripture for Sunday April 26th, 2015:
Your Divine Inheritance: Go In This Your Strength
DAILY BIBLE VERSE FOR April 27th:
Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky as you hold firmly to the word of life. And then I will be able to boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor in vain.
Philippians 2:14-16 (NIV)
Come and join in our journey through worship, praise, and fellowship. Worship Services Every Sunday at 11am with fellowship immediately following. Children will meet in the nursery directly following Children's Message for Sunday School.
5K at Lebanon Reformed Church: On Saturday May 2nd the Lebanon Reformed Church will be hosting a 5K run and 1 Mile walk to benefit Hunterdon Hospice. Folks can register online at www.itsyourrace.com. All proceeds will go to Hunterdon Hospice!!!
Bible Study: Mondays at 12pm (Temporarily on hold)
Pastor's Office: Hours: Temporarily by appointment
Office Assistant Hours: Mon & Wed 10am - 3pm
Coffee with Consistory: Postponed
Healing Services: Our next service is Sunday May 24th, at 11am Our normal service, but with its focus on individual and community restoration.
Community Prayer Gathering: Our next service is Saturday July 18th, at 7pm (90 Minutes). This service is a time for our church and the community to pray together. Opening with a few words and music, all are welcome to offer prayers aloud that are written, spontaneous or in song.
Sunday School: Children may be excused to Sunday school during the Second hymn. All children are asked to return to the sanctuary after the Offertory (the Doxology is your cue!)
Wednesday's Welcome: Each week we offer a light supper to those attending the 7:30pm AA meetings. Please consider donating a meal to this vital ministry. Contact Bette or Bonnie.
Raise the Roof: We have begun a fund drive for a new roof over fellowship hall. Please support this effort by using the giving envelope for building and grounds or otherwise specifying a special offering for our much needed roof. You can also click on the donate button on the top of this page as well to donate. Thank you all for your support.
Fellowship Hour Host Schedule: Volunteers are needed. If you would like to host Fellowship Hour after service one Sunday, simply sign up. The coffee is already made, just bring something to share!
Please consider bringing goodies for coffee hour. The coffee is already made; simply bring a treat to share! Our sign-up sheet is available during fellowship every Sunday.
We want to "Raise the Roof"! Donations are being received at this time. Make checks payable to: First Reformed Church
PO Box 220
Rocky Hill, NJ 08553
or come and visit us with your donation and you can donate in person.Thank you in advance for helping to keep us safe and dry in the future. May God Bless you!
We are a community of faith who enjoys celebrating God’s love! We know that in Christ we find unconditional love, value and acceptance. And so we have embarked on a journey toward a “walls down, arms open” experience of welcome and embrace.
It is our endeavor to offer a space for discovery and exploration of the gifts God has given to us all; and to learn how to share those gifts with the world. You are invited to share in this journey.
Worship at Rocky Hill is a community experience; services are creative and interactive, traditional yet fresh. In worship we practice listening to the Spirit through scripture, prayer, and song.
Weekly Prayers of the community:
Prayers of Thanksgiving this week (4/12/15):
Prayers of Thanksgiving for:
Healing and being back in church.
For strength for those who are battling Cancer and their families.
Health Benefits to keep healthy.
All our military personnel who don't get enough praise and respect.
All those who are unemployed and aren't sure what to do.
Keeping all our Military people safe.
For all of the congregation to stay healthy and able to come to church.
Let us give Thanks for those who have overcome illnesses.
Let us pray for those who have lost close friends and family.
Let us give Thanks for this congregation and all who support us.
Let us pray for forgiveness for what we have done and might do in the future that may not be the right things.
Let us give thanks to Jesus for all we have such as family, friends and church family and the love of Jesus and pray for the strength to not complain about what we don't have.
Every morning we wake up is a gift and something to be thankful for, in case there wasn't an idea of anything to be thankful for that came to us.
Thank You Jesus!!!