Grad Student & Around the World in 80 Minutes Lunches, Schola Cantorum begins, Maranatha Missions Wrap-up, and More

by Elizabeth Carlson September 26, 2014

We hope you will join us this Sunday for our services.

9 & 11 AM Services

  • Dr. Liam Goligher will preach, “The Sermon on the Mount: The Lawmaker” (Matthew 5:17–46).  
  • We'll sing: Holy, Holy, Holy!; How Firm a Foundation; O for a Closer Walk with God.
  • Bulletin
  • Livestream

6:15 PM Service and Prelude

  • Nathaniel D. Fletcher, tenor, will sing for the 15-minute Soli Deo Gloria prelude.
  • Dr. Liam Goligher will preach, “That You May Believe…Bread of Life” (John 6:22–40).
  • We'll sing: Crown Him with Many Crowns; It Is Well with My Soul; Jesus, I Am Resting, Resting.
  • Bulletin
  • Livestream

Other Sunday Events

  • The employment seekers’ prayer group will meet 10:30–11:00 AM, in 1 West.
  • Grad students and others involved in higher education are invited to a fellowship lunch at 12:45 PM in the Catacombs. Dr. Stephen Master, assistant professor of pathology at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine, will share personal reflections about being a Christian in academia and the challenge of integrating faith and science. There will be a Q&A and a chance to meet others at Tenth doing academic work.
  • Join us for the Around the World in 80 Minutes luncheon ($4 for an individual, $10 for families) in Fellowship Hall after the 11 AM service. Global partner Betsy will give an update on work in their Middle East country with fewer than ten known national believers.
  • Schola Cantorum (grades 1–6) begins today at 315 S. 17th Street, 6:00–7:40 PM. 
  • Please join Maranatha youth after the evening service upstairs in Fellowship Hall for a missions wrap-up. We will hear brief testimonies from students as well as have a slideshow of photos. Light refreshments will be served.


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