This Sunday, 1/28

Bridge-Builders lunch, Tenth Arts Salon, and more

by Helen Sneller January 26, 2018

Please join us this Sunday for our services

9 & 11 AM Services

  • Dr. Fred Sanders will preach, “The Blessing of the Trinity”                          (Ephesians 1:3–14)
  • We will sing: Holy, Holy, Holy!; How Vast the Benefits Divine; All Praise to God, Who Reigns Above
  • Bulletin
  • Livestream

6:15 PM Prelude

John Silva, piano, will be playing the evening Soli Deo Gloria Prelude.

6:30 PM Service

  • Dr. Liam Goligher will preach, “Taste and See...” (Song of Songs 1:1–4)
  • We will sing: New Songs of Celebration Render; My God, How Wonderful Thou Art; Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
  • Bulletin
  • Livestream

Sunday Events

  • Newly-elected elders will be ordained/installed this Sunday
  • Don’t forget to sign up by this Sunday evening for the reduced rate for the Maranatha High School Winter Retreat February 9–11. Sign up after the service or online at tenth.org/maranatha. Please contact Amber Carter with any questions.
  • Tenth College Fellowship meets in 1710 Spruce, large conference room, 9:30 AM, for coffee, donuts, conversation, and study of Romans.
  • Internationals Outreach meets for worship on Sundays at 11 AM in Fellowship Hall. Contact Enrique Leal with questions. 
  • Racial healing is the focus of ACTS Bridge-Builders. Join David Apple and Sunlight Little for lunch as they discusses “On earth as it is in heaven” this Sunday, 1 PM in Fellowship Hall. 
  • The Tenth Arts Salon will be meeting this Sunday, 1:30 PM in 1710 Spruce, 2 Rear, for an activity and discussion on the purpose of art in academia. Materials and snacks will be provided. 
  • There will be a Maranatha missions meeting this Sunday at 5 PM in Fellowship Hall. If you are a teen and interested in going on a trip, this meeting is mandatory for you to attend with a parent.
  • Tenth Children’s Music begins at 6:10 PM. Contact Joseph Waggoner at jwaggoner@tenth.org. 
  • Join Tenth City Network (20s and 30s) at 1710 Spruce Street immediately after this Sunday’s evening’s worship service for an informal time of singing, prayer, fellowship, and food.