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This Week:

Welcome to our newest PNI sister church! Covenant Fellowship Church in CU will have a particularization service Sunday, December 4th at 3 p.m. All are welcome to attend.


Wednesday evening studies December 7th at 6:30 p.m.:

Adult Class focus:

“Practical Conclusions" 

Puritan Profile: Matthew Henry


Next Sunday, December 11th:

  • TIP- Together In Prayer during adult SS hour

  • Christmas Tablescapes for Fellowship Dinner


Visit the Book Angel Tree in the Fellowship Room if you’d like to wrap up a new book for our church library!

Tis the Season!

  • A Christmas Tea, December 3rd at 2 p.m.: Ladies and girls are invited to a private destination for a special tea to honor and encourage a covenant mother in the faith. RSVP and sign-up on the back wall.

  • Christmas Tablescapes, Sunday, December 11th: Decorate a festive, fancy or fun table for our December Fellowship Dinner. Sign-up sheet on the back wall.

  • PAMA Grocery Bags: Help the needy this holiday season. We need 10 bags of non-perishable groceries, each with a donation of $7 to purchase a voucher for perishables. Sign-up sheet on the back wall.

  • Christmas Candlelight Program, December 18th during the SS hour: Join us for this church family tradition of telling the Christmas story through Scripture and hymns. Sign-up sheet on the back wall.



Adult SS Class

Persecution and Suffering in the 21st Century: 

A Biblical Response 

The Church of Jesus Christ is under attack like no other time in recent history. These attacks are negatively affecting Christian families, our communities as well as the local Church. How do the Scriptures teach Christians to respond to persecution and suffering? This class will include a combination of lecture and class discussion. Included in this study will be an extended look at the PCA Ad Interim Study Committee Report on Human Sexuality.


CRISIS IN UKRAINE  As the war in Ukraine continues, our missionaries and partners in the region face danger and disruption. Find updates from the region and also an opportunity to contribute financially to refugee and church-planting efforts at