A friend of mine, a new Gainesville resident, was enjoying her early spring evening, when she opened a door and nearly walked into a gator wandering in the parking lot outside. She tells me the whole event was captured on video.
On the video you can see her jolt of surprise, see her slam the door shut, and then slowly ease it open so she can lean her head out to take another look. The gator opened his mouth wide and hissed at her. She slammed the door shut, carefully eased her arm and her phone out so she could take a picture to send to animal control, then slammed it shut again. [Read more…]
Join us tomorrow, June 5 at 10:00 am for worship, communion, and a delicious CommUnity dinner (grilled chicken salad, bread, and dessert, YUM!), as our sermon takes a look at ‘Yet Another Healing Story.’
There are over 30 healing stories in the gospels, over 50 if you count the different depictions of the same story in each gospel separately. That’s a lot of stories. If you layer them together and then look for the simplest, most common theme, you may discover something surprising.
Tomorrow we’re looking at Luke 7:11-17, a no-frills, bare-bones, lowest-common-denominator kind of story about healing and resurrection. Yet despite being ‘Yet Another Healing Story’ it may have something very special to say, after all.
Sunday, May 22nd, Covenant Presbyterian will celebrate three incredible young adults graduating from local area high schools! Covenant is so proud of these wonderful students as they enter college to pursue their careers and dreams.
Come worship with us this Sunday as we celebrate the birthday of the church (as in THE church – not Covenant Presbyterian. We haven’t been around THAT long!) And, to help you know what we’re celebrating, follow this handy dandy link to find out 9 things you need to know about Pentecost.
Has your family done anything fun lately? Why not not come to Montgomery and experience fun the family way? Montgomery is hosting Family Fun Day May 21st from 1pm-6pm.
Beginning, Sunday, May 15th the Sunday after-worship class will begin studying “Listening for the Heartbeat of God: A Celtic Spirituality” by J. Philip Newell.
On Sunday, May, 1st CPC celebrated communion with a Celtic-inspired liturgy. An example from the service was our Affirmation of Faith that read: