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Last Friday night, I attended the AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) session that meets in our building. It was my first time to attend such a meeting. I have seen AA sessions in movies but to be there in person and witness how those meetings are actually conducted, was real, moving and inspirational.
Please join Dr Will this coming Sunday September 12, 2021 as he preaches “The God who is,” part I of the series The Search for God. Exodus 3:1-15; John 1: 1-5
So, the question in my title is a wrong question. God didn’t strike the Presbyterian, nor did he spare the Methodists. I think location played a non-negligible role in it. I believe, however, that in good or challenging moments of our lives, the very presence of God is there. That is what hope is all about. Hope is not so much that God will spare us from suffering but if it comes, through our faith and trust in Him, we could hold on.
Please Join Dr. Will this coming Labor Day Sunday. September 5, 2021 when he preaches “Labor of Love” (Ecclesiastes 2:18-25, I Corinthians 12:4-11)
20 Blackwell Ave.
Hopewell, NJ 08525
Indoors and ONLINE
Morning Worship – 10 a.m.
Children’s Sunday School – 10 a.m.
All Are Welcome!