Noorvik Step 1: Airline tickets
If you are considering going on the Noorvik mission trip, July 6-13, Greg hopes to purchase airline tickets ASAP to get the best fares. Please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acts Bible Study Week 7
Open and print this week’s personal Bible study. Week 7 covers Acts chapter 7, the stoning of Stephen, and is included in the document: Acts Week 6. All previous weeks’ studies can be found on our website or app.
Sunday, May 17, 12:30
Come out for food, games and fellowship! It will be held at Fairview Lions Park on 1201 E 8th Ave.
Acts Bible Study
Open and print this week’s personal Bible study: Acts Week 6. All previous weeks’ studies can be found on our website or app.
May’s memory verse is Acts 5:42. Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house, they never stopped teaching and proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the Christ.
Upcoming Event: Noorvik Mission, July 6-13
May 7th is the National Day of Prayer for this year. The mission of the National Day of Prayer Task Force is to mobilize prayer in America and to encourage personal repentance and righteousness in the culture. This year’s theme verse is I Kings 8:28: “Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day.” Make time this Thursday for personal prayer and prayer for our country. See the many ways you can pray for our country here.
Acts Bible Study
Open and print this week’s personal Bible study: Acts Week 5. All previous weeks’ studies can be found on our website or app.
This week’s personal Bible study is a great review of what we’ve covered so far. Open and print Acts Week 4.
Studying the Scriptures is a spiritual discipline. It slows us down to process God’s Word more fully and see what we’d otherwise miss from a quick reading.
Each of our Bible study lessons takes about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Do as much or as little of the study that you wish. It might suit you best to break it up into 15-minute daily segments.
All previous weeks’ studies can be found on our website or app.
This week’s personal Bible study shows that the church was unstoppable despite opposition. It will cover chapters 3 and 4 and the beginning of 5. If you’ve downloaded the Clear Water Church app, you can open the Bible icon and go to Acts to listen to an audio recording of these chapters. Then go back to the written text to answer the Bible study questions. Open and print Acts Week 3.
Sunday’s sermon on April 26 will come from this section of Scripture and specifically address Peter healing a crippled man in chapter 3.
You can access all previous weeks’ studies from our website or app. April’s memory verse is in both places as well.
We’re into week two of our study of The Acts of the Apostles. Open and print this week’s personal Bible study. You’ll see who replaces Judas Iscariot as the twelfth apostle and what happens when the promise Jesus foretells comes to the disciples in Jerusalem. What was the significance then and what’s the significance for you today? Open and print the study here: Acts Week 2.
You can access all previous weeks’ studies from our website or app. April’s memory verse, Acts 1:8, is in both places as well.
Personal Bible study
Take Bible reading to the next level. We’re pleased to provide a personal, weekly Bible study for you, thanks to Kris Mulholland, to match the new sermon series on Acts. Find each week’s personal study on our app or website. Week 1 begins today. Open and print to prepare for the first sermon on Acts next Sunday.
Acts Week 1
Potluck this Sunday, April 12, right after church. Bring lots of food to share: A-L main dish, M-Z side or salad. Thanks!
Today, Palm Sunday begins Holy Week. The following passages cover the events of the Triumphal Entry, Last Supper, betrayal, crucifixion and resurrection of our Messiah:
- Matthew 21, 26-28
- Mark 11, 14-16
- Luke 19, 22-24
- John 12-20
Take time this week to read from one of the Gospels to reflect on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ.
This Good Friday is the Seder dinner at Begich Middle School, and Resurrection Sunday is April 5th.
Also, save the date! Free tire change over is April 19 (for rimmed tires only).
Join us this Good Friday for a Seder Dinner to commemorate the death of Jesus Christ that opened eternal life for all who believe. Seder is an ancient Jewish tradition commemorating the Israelites’ miraculous deliverance from Egyptian bondage. The meal centers around the Passover lamb. We will partake of this full meal, noting its many references to Jesus Christ – the ultimate Lamb of God.
Time: April 3, from 6:30-8:30pm. Location: Begich Middle School. Cost: $9 per individual or $20 per family
Purchase tickets to Seder Dinner here.
Seder Dinner Menu:
Artisan green salad with dates, pecans, goat cheese, & balsamic vinaigrette dressing
Green beans with toasted almonds
Pita bread with hummus
Roast leg of lamb
Seedless grapes and slice oranges for dessert
We’re excited to introduce our new worship pastor–Jason Ellis. Jason will lead us in singing this Sunday. He and his wife Claire will be visiting just for the weekend but moving up from Tennessee this summer.
Jason has a lot of experience as a musician and worship leader. He’s looking forward to partnering with us. You can check out his album on iTunes called The Storyteller’s Road.
Spring ahead 1 hour
Daylight savings time is this weekend. Don’t forget to set those clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night.