Vision Community Church are hosting a 5 Day Club at Church of the Word on July 20th to 24th.
It will be from 10am to 1pm and is open to those entering Kindergarten to Current 5th graders.
Additional afternoon activity is also possible.
For details contact email@example.com or call 571-216-6244
Learn more about 5 Day Clubs from the above link.
Nature and faith agree that normal healthy relationships are between a male and a female. This is so obvious from a biological standpoint it is hardly worth mentioning! The Bible is clear on this point that marriage, which is an institution created by God can only be between a male and a female. The loving and Christian thing for Christians to do is to minister to those who have a sexual identity crisis in such a caring and truthful way that they find healing and forgiveness. Tens of thousands in the USA have found this path to freedom. More opportunities will open up for this ministry as the culture moves in a hurtful direction.
In 9 months time we will rejoin the Anglican Church in North America. You may be interested in reading the reflection of their house of Bishops on the recent ruling on homosexual marriage. ‘here
Join us for an adventure!
Vacation Bible School
Join us for the adventure!
9am – 12pm
Ages 3 (potty-trained) to 5th grade
$15 for 2 kids, $10 for each additional child from the same household.
Registration open until June 30, please pick up a yellow form on the hall counter, or email Lauren Coleman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a copy of the registration here: 2015_COTW_VBS
Join us this Summer as we explore the relevance of the book of Daniel to our modern world. Especially as we discover hos Christians can confront and even thrive in an alien culture.
Bishop Given writes to the mission team.
Tanzania Mission, August 2015
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father
and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19).
For the last 10 years Church of the Word has had a significant ongoing relationship with Revs. Given and Lilian Gaula of Tanzania. We first became acquainted with Given as a seminary student attending the Virginia Theological Seminary and later with Lilian when she came to the States to attend Trinity School for Ministry in Pennsylvania. As a church we offered financial and prayer support when Given returned to Tanzania to serve as an instructor at the Msalato Theological School in Dodoma, and maintained a close working relationship when the family moved to New Zealand where Given earned a Ph.D. in Missiology. In 2013, he was unexpectedly called to be the new Bishop of Kondoa, a rural, poor diocese in northern Tanzania that is predominantly Muslim.