…during Lent, Psalm 51 helps us examine ourselves and consider if there is anything we can do (or need to stop doing). Are the choices that I have made – or that I am making – building up the church?
Image: “David’s Punishment” by Julius Schnoor von Carolsfeld (German artist, 1794-1872), woodcut illustration
The season of Lent is a time to contemplate the pardoning grace of God and our personal need of it…
During February: Missions Emphasis month, there will be a 20-minute sharing time with the English Ministry Guest Speaker after the Worship Service.
Christmas Message from Pastor Jack and Michelle Davidson.
Advent Candle Lighting by Mr. Lei Sheng Cao & Ms. Xiao Yu Shen.
See the Nominees for church Elders, Deacons, & Trustees. Also find out what will be on the agenda for the upcoming Congregational meeting.
This year, our Stewardship thoughts are this: If you are facing a personal or financial crisis this year, please don’t hesitate to contact any of our pastors or deacons… If God has blessed you and sustained you materially this year, we hope you will prayerfully consider how you can further the church’s ministries through your financial gifts.
If you have not done so already and are able, get out and vote! Let’s pray for, and seek after, honesty, humility, and charity in the United States of America. May the Lord Jesus, our Savior from heaven, give us wisdom and insight; grace and peace; humility and love.
ALL-CHURCH PRAYER GATHERING FOR OUR NATION
Thursday, October 29th, 7:00-8:00pm
Join us in Prayer!
The Deacons & Health Ministry want to thank all those who attended the Drive-In Flu Clinic held on October 4, 2020.
The first ever ATLPC All-Church Zoom Fellowship!