June Communion

June Communion

As we continue our re-opening , Session has decided to celebrate June's communion on Sunday, June 21. We will return to our normal first Sunday of the month communion schedule in July.
EPC issues Call to Lament, Prayer, and Fasting for Monday, June 8, in response to killings, racial unrest

EPC issues Call to Lament, Prayer, and Fasting for Monday, June 8, in response to killings, racial unrest

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church has called for June 8 to be a day of Lament, Prayer, and Fasting: In response to the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and subsequent protests nationwide against police brutality, the EPC has issued a Call to Lament, Prayer, and Fasting for Monday, June 8.“I am profoundly grieved by the tragic events unfolding in our country in recent days,” said Jeff Jeremiah, Stated Clerk. “The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd—and countless others over the years—followed by protests, riots, and destruction have again exposed the vein of unequal justice...
The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions: Chapters 7-12

The Pilgrim’s Progress Questions: Chapters 7-12

Study Questions for The Pilgrim's Progress – Chpts 7-9 Chapter 7 How is Christian to get through the wicket gate? Is only one attempt made by Christian? What/who does the gate represent? Christian describes himself to Good Will in what manner? Why is this important? Why did no one come with Christian as he explained to Good Will? How do we see this today? Describe the problem of tarrying at the gate. How might someone be affected by the delay? Can you see anyone like Obstinate and Pliable around you now? What did Christian exhibit in his explained encounter with...
A June newsletter reflection

A June newsletter reflection

1 Cor 9:21 To those outside the law I became as one outside the law (not being outside the law of God but under the law of Christ) that I might win those outside the law. 22 To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak. I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some. 23 I do it all for the sake of the gospel, that I may share with them in its blessings. It has been brought to my attention that as the body of Christ, we have disparate views on how we should treat worship in a corona-touched...
Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Weeks 1-3 (1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

Questions for The Pilgrim’s Progress Weeks 1-3 (1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

Chapter 1 How does John Bunyan describe the world in the opening lines of The Pilgrims's Progress? In the dream the man is clothed in rags, he has a book, and a huge burden on his back. What do you think these items represent? Where do you think his focus is directed? Why was he so distraught? In what part of our conversion do we encounter this distress? When he shared his frightful concerns of the city's impending doom with his family, what was their response? Have any of you encountered this from your families when you became a Christian?...
Community Breakfast Update

Community Breakfast Update

As Christ Alone Church begins the re-opening process, the Session is taking a cautious, prayerful approach. At this time, our second and fifth Saturday Community Breakfasts are still suspended. We continue to monitor the situation, and are taking things week by week. We will continue to work within the CDC/WIDHS/BCPH/WEDC guidelines. When we believe it is safe to host the breakfast again, we will post an announcement on our website and social media. Thank you for understanding.