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This Week at Christ Reformed Church (October 13-19)

Sunday Morning (October 19):  As we continue with our current sermon series on 1 Peter, we come to 1 Peter 4:1-11.  We'll be discussing the Christian's hope in the face of judgment.  Our Lord's Day worship service begins at 10:30 a.m.

New Members Class (9:00 a.m.):  Our Fall new members class continues with a discussion of the sacraments and church membership. Inquirers welcome!

Sunday AfternoonWe are continuing our study of the Canons of Dort, and we are currently in the 3rd/4th Head of Doctrine.  We are discussing the means of grace and regeneration (article 17).  Our catechism service begins @ 1:15 p.m.

Wednesday Night Bible Study (October 8):  We continue our study of the Book of Romans with a rapid-fire "run through Romans."  Bible Study begins at 7:30 p.m.

New Academy Series:  Beginning Friday, October 17, @ 7:30 p.m. Prof. Ken Samples (pictured) will begin a six week series entitled, "If I Had Lunch with St. Augustine."  Here's the synopsis for the course:

The last and greatest of the men revered as the “Church Fathers” was Augustine of Hippo or “St. Augustine” (A.D. 354-430). Though Christianity has produced many prominent thinkers during the past two millennia, Augustine may be the most influential Christian thinker of all time outside of the New Testament. His significant influence, especially on Western Christianity, is directly tied to his profound work as a theologian, philosopher, apologist, and church bishop.  If you had lunch with the bishop, what would you ask him? What would you want to know about a man who was a great sinner who became a great saint?

Ken's first lecture is entitled, "Augustine’s Intellectual & Spiritual Pilgrimage." 

For more information and directions, check out the Christ Reformed website:  Christ Reformed Church

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