Reflections from Rev. Charles E. Broome, Senior Pastor
We will only have one morning worship service (11:00 am) on Sunday, December 31. We will NOT have an 8:45 am service OR Sunday school.
The office will be CLOSED on Monday, January 1.
Another year another challenge. For 2018 Pastor Charles is challenging us to read the New Testament and the Psalms. There is a reading assignment for each month, with an opportunity to answer questions each month.
A new year often gives us time to think about starting something new. Why not make a new year’s resolution to read the New Testament in 2018? The New Testament is a great starting place to get to know some of the cornerstones of our faith. Spread out over the entire year, this amounts to…
What is the great privilege of discipleship? What is the theme verse for December 25th? When do we really know what sin is?
Not everyone is up and cheery for the Christmas holidays. In an attempt to be attentive to the needs of our church family, we will be creating a sacred space for people living through dark times on Wednesday, December 20, 6:30 pm. The Service of the Longest Night will be a reflective service, accepting where…
What is happening in a person when they cannot get through to God? What will doctrines not imbedded in the cross of Christ do to us? What does the Spirit of God do for us when we are born again?
How can the natural life be made spiritual? According to Chambers, God wants to bring us into union with Himself. What must happen for this to occur What happens when we obey God?
Be on the look out for the first edition of The Kingswood Connection, coming later today. This new monthly e-newsletter will carry a column from Rev. Charles and content of interest to our broader community. Forward The Kingswood Connection to anyone you know who could use a nudge to come to church this Christmas season — it’s a…