Upcoming January Events
- 10th| Resume In-Person Services at Aggie Park
- 16th|MacTerrace Women’s Gathering
Join Us This Sunday
We would love for you to join us for worship this weekend as we kick off our new series on the book of Nehemiah, whether in person or online. We’re monitoring the rise of COVID cases in San Antonio. Our services are limited in attendance (25% capacity), socially distanced, and we require mask if you are indoors. For many of you we respect that in person is not an option at this time. We will continue to serve our online community as well and invite you to join us at 10AM Sunday on Facebook Live or YouTube. Register to join us in person by clicking here.
Parents have your kiddos join us this Sunday for our Family Ministry portion of the sermon. Our January memory verse is Nehemiah 2:18 “Let us rise up and build.” So they strengthened their hands for the good work. For the at-home engagement activity write the following 5 words on sticky notes and lay them on a table in front of your kids, read and briefly discuss each word together: Justice, Nehemiah, Restoration, Covenant and Jerusalem. Have your kids listen for these key words throughout the sermon. As they hear a word, have them move the sticky note to a “Focus Wall” or area. After the sermon, ask your kids what they remembered about the words from the message. Follow up with these 2 family discussion questions:
- Do you think knowing the history of things is important? Why or why not?
- Why can we trust God even when we go through hard times?
Upcoming Livestream Services
Registration will now be open two weeks in advance to join in person at Aggie Park at 10am. You can register for service by clicking on the links below. Indoor and outdoor seating options are available with safety protocols put in place to help keep us all safe. Please review our safety protocols prior to attending by clicking here. Doors will open at 9:40am so feel free to come early and say hello! We will still be live-streaming our service on Sunday at 10am on Facebook, YouTube or our website. We hope you will join us in what ever way you feel most comfortable and safe.
If we can pray for you, please contact your parish pastor directly or you can submit a prayer request by clicking here. We have a prayer team who will join you in prayer.
Stay in Contact
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