ON-SITE WORSHIP SUSPENDED DURING THE PANDEMIC
Everyone is welcome!
We will be broadcasting the worship services on line
until further notice.
We believe that God is calling us to reach out to others.
Whether you come with questions or doubts, in search of a new church home, are seeking to worship and serve Christ, or want to be challenged to grow in your journey of faith, we welcome you to become a part of our church family.
We look forward to seeing you when things get back to normal!
Have a special need? Please email us on the contact page or
contact the church office (304-768-4141) or email@example.com.
During this pandemic we invite you to visit and join us online until this is over.
We invite you to forward this information to others in your circle
who may wish to join us in worship.
When it is deemed safe to do so, please join us for worship in the church sanctuary.
The leaders of this part of Christ's Body pray that you find the service
Biblical, inspirational, meaningful, and challenging.
This Sunday's bulletin is found below for downloading & printing.
If you have no way to print the bulletin or display it on a separate device,
we can send you a bulletin by snail mail.
Use the contact page to email the church office or call
with your name and address.
It is our goal and aim to protect our members and visitors during this time.
We will post when our facility has reopened for worship and activities.
Christ the King Sunday
This will take you to the currently posted Sunday morning service
at 11:00 a.m.
If you wish to have a prayer concern mentioned during Prayers of the
People, E-mail or call the church office until noon Thursday.
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or use the links below.
This site has links to all the services since April 12,
so you can click on the link for the desired Sunday service.
Then click the link to the desired post.
Christ the King Sunday
Addendum to the bulletin
Please keep Ann Rinehart's family and friends in your prayers. Ann
died November 20 at CAMC Memorial.
All Saint's Day "Upon the Mountain" Matthew 5: 1-12 James Musgrave 11-01 (mp3)Download
Observing Veterans Day "Foolish or Wise" Matthew 25:1-13 James Musgrave 11-08 (mp3)Download
"What Are Your Gifts?" Matthew 25: 14-30 James Musgrave 11-15 (mp3)Download
Christ the King Sunday ""Prince, King, Lord" Matthew 25: 31-46 James Musgrave 11-22 (mp3)Download
Jim Musgrave is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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Please use these suggested scriptures, questions, and activities to help you explore your faith.
November 1: Read Matthew 5:1-12
All Saints Day In Matthew 5:1-12, Jesus teaches his disciples the joyous thrill and radiant gladness of the Christian life described in the Beatitudes. On this All Saints Day, remember saints you have known who have faithfully served the Lord as Christians.
November 8: Read Psalm 78:1-7
Psalm 78 instructs us to” tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done.” Can you remember stories your parents or grandparents told you about how God was active in their lives? Will you pass these stories on to future generations?
November 15: Read Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the Talents teaches us to use our God-given gifts, be they little or great, in service to God. What are your gifts, and how can you use them in your church and to help others?
November 22: Read Matthew 25:31-46
Christ the King Sunday is celebrated on the last Sunday of ordinary time, the Sunday before Advent. Read Matthew 25:31-46, and reflect on Jesus’s commission to help others with a loving heart. Think of ways you or your church can show love by feeding, clothing, visiting and welcoming God’s children.
November 29: Read First Sunday of Advent
“Advent” means “coming” or “arrival.” During the season of Advent, we celebrate Christ’s coming into the world and watch with expectant hope for his coming again. As we journey through Advent, remember God’s promises of “hope, peace, joy, and love,” and think of ways you will keep Christ as the center of your Christmas preparations.
Stacy Bradley has reached out to RLPC regarding the BEC Angel Program.
In its November stated meeting, the session decided to make the
congregation aware of this Christmas giving opportunity. Following
is Stacy’s summary of this year’s program. She is seeking 10-15 more
sponsors. If you wish to participate, please contact Stacy at
304-766-0383 (work) or 304-516-7463 (cell).
The gift minimum this year is $50 per Angel, the
maximum is up to you. You may sponsor an individual child, a gender
specific child or you may choose a family of sibling's to bless. Your
Angels Christmas Wish List will be submitted to you by November 20th.
You do not have to purchase everything on the list. Please return your
wrapped gifts placed inside a black trash bag by December 10th. We
ask that you make sure that all the clothing is de-tagged. Please
write the first name and last initial of your Angel and staple it on
the front of the bag.