Sovereign Grace Fellowship
“a family church rejoicing in the grace of God”
February 6, 2016
8:45-9:00 Early Prayer
9:30-11:00 Believer’s Worship and Preaching Time
“Elders, Bishops, Overseers, Shepherds”
1 Timothy 3 & Titus 1
11:00-11:15 Fellowship Time
Members of our Leadership Team are available to pray privately with you after the sermon and by the pulpit.
11:15-12:00 Sunday School
~12:15 Fellowship Lunch
This Week’s Events:
Nursery: Sharon Shorey
Please notify the nursery worker, when dropping off your child, if he/she has any food allergies.
Wednesday: Bible Study and Youth Group 7:00 pm
Church Cleaning: Steve and Allyson Shorey
Snowblowing: Steve Shorey
Christine and Mike Foss would love to have everyone by for a Super Bowl party tonight. Even if you are not a football fan, we would love to have everyone get together. The party will start at 6pm. If anyone would like to bring an appetizer or dessert, please see Christine. Hope you all can make it. Please let Christine or Mike know if you need directions.
The next Soup Kitchen will be Saturday, February 20th at 4:30 pm. Henry Turgeon will be speaking. We will be keeping the same sign up sheet from the cancelled January Soup Kitchen. See Connie Denningham if you can not make/bring what you signed up for in January or for more information.
The Communion Schedule is now on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.
Volunteers are needed to clean the church. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.
To send prayer requests and other important information to all the others in the church, send requests to email@example.com after joining firstname.lastname@example.org
Moe Bergeron 978-494-4984
Mike Foss 603-568-7071
Ed Kelley 603-753-4540
Henry Turgeon 603-753-9177
Chuck Denningham 603-671-3105
Steve Shorey 603-491-9779
Our Elders and Deacons will be glad to assist you with any personal concerns.
Email them at email@example.com
P.O. Box 9055
Penacook NH 03303-9055
235 High Street Boscawen
“Arise, and depart.”
The hour is approaching when the message will come to us, as it comes to all–“Arise, and go forth from the home in which thou hast dwelt, from the city in which thou hast done thy business, from thy family, from thy friends. Arise, and take thy last journey.” And what know we of the journey? And what know we of the country to which we are bound? A little we have read thereof, and somewhat has been revealed to us by the Spirit; but how little do we know of the realms of the future! We know that there is a black and stormy river called “Death.” God bids us cross it, promising to be with us. And, after death, what cometh? What wonder-world will open upon our astonished sight? What scene of glory will be unfolded to our view? No traveller has ever returned to tell. But we know enough of the heavenly land to make us welcome our summons thither with joy and gladness. The journey of death may be dark, but we may go forth on it fearlessly, knowing that God is with us as we walk through the gloomy valley, and therefore we need fear no evil. We shall be departing from all we have known and loved here, but we shall be going to our Father’s house–to our Father’s home, where Jesus is–to that royal “city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.” This shall be our last removal, to dwell forever with him we love, in the midst of his people, in the presence of God. Christian, meditate much on heaven, it will help thee to press on, and to forget the toil of the way. This vale of tears is but the pathway to the better country: this world of woe is but the stepping-stone to a world of bliss.
“Prepare us, Lord, by grace divine,
For thy bright courts on high;
Then bid our spirits rise, and join
The chorus of the sky.”