The Bible speaks to a church in transition. From now until we have a successor to Pastor Dale there will be a lot of questions. Many questions will be about what we should do. As we begin to think about the questions—and the answers—with the leadership of our Interim Pastor, we also need to think about how we think about those things. (What a lot of thinking!) This 8 part series will lift up how scripture addresses some of the questions, reminding us that it may be more important to seek out what God thinks than what we think.
The meal begins at 5:30pm. Discussion are from 6:15-7:30 and are led by the Reverend Lloyd Hall.
Jan. 8 – Identity: Who are we and who do people think we are?
Jan. 15 – Ambience: What should it feel like to be part of this church?
Jan. 22 – Ownership: Who is in charge here? How?
Jan. 29 – Governance: To whom do we entrust leadership? Why?
Feb. 5 – Worship: At 9 or 11 AM on Sunday, what are we doing?
Feb. 12 – Calendar: Does scripture get in the way of our calendar?
Feb. 19 – Fellowship: Other members and other churches, so what?
Feb. 26 – Expectation: What’s there, on the other side?
The annual Tailgate Party will be held Sunday, September 29, following the 11:00 service. Come join us and enjoy burgers and hot dogs while cheering for your favorite teams. Show your team colors!
Carpenter’s Corner is hosting a kick-off event in coordination with the tailgate party on Sept. 29th after 11am worship. There will be games for the children, and guided tours of the updated classrooms for everyone. Check out all of the new murals! Pictures will be posted soon. Hey kids, don’t forget to wear your own school colors that day!
A MANDATORY child abuse prevention meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 6:30pm in Fellowship Hall. This is for all teachers & shepherds that work with children AND youth, including nursery volunteers. Carpenter’s Corner lesson plans will also be handed out at that time. Light refreshments will be served. Please contact Tina if you are unable to make that meeting!
Thank you to Bill and Jean Hermann for hosting us at their beautiful home
on July 24th! We had the opportunity to get to know them a little better
(Bill the jokester and Jean the artist!) and play in their sanctuary of a
yard. Jean makes pretty mean peanut butter cookies too 🙂 We look forward
to more fellowship opportunities with them and other members of the
Can you imagine over 5200 sr. high youth from across the globe celebrating
the love of Jesus? Can you imagine what it really looks like when over
5000 receive communion? Can you imagine what it’s like to worship “youth
style” with that many people? That’s what 27 youth and 3 adults from the
Lake Huron Presbytery had the privilege to experience July 16-20 during
Triennium at Purdue University. Out of the 30, 14 youth and 2 adults were
from Fenton First! Thank you to all who prayed and supported us on our
journey – we had a wonder-full time!!!