Sovereign Grace Fellowship

“a family church rejoicing in the grace of God”

August 30, 2015

8:45-9:00 Early Prayer

9:30-11:00 Believer’s Worship and Preaching Time



Lord’s Supper

Message-Henry Turgeon

“The Good & Strong Soldier of Christ”

2 Timothy 1:1-14

Following our Sunday School Classes we enjoy a potluck lunch meal.

You are welcome to join in with us.

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:   Cailey Hoyt

Please notify the nursery worker, when dropping off

your child, if he/she has any food allergies.

Wednesday:  Bible Study and Prayer 7:00 pm

Friday:  Youth Group 7:00 pm

Church Cleaning:  Allyson and Steve Shorey

Next Week’s Nursery:  Cassie Shorey


The next Soup Kitchen will be Saturday, September 19th at 4:30 pm.  Chuck Denningham will be speaking.  The sign-up sheet for food is on the bulletin board.

The sign up sheet for the Deerfield Fair is 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 sgf@freegroups.net after joining sgfjoin@freegroups.net

Leadership Team


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

Scott Hoyt 603-235-6659

Steve Shorey 603-491-9779

Our Elders and Deacons will be glad to assist you with any personal concerns.

Email them at sovereigngracenh@gmail.com

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 9055

Penacook NH 03303-9055

Physical Location

235 High Street Boscawen

Telephone 603-796-2607


“Wait on the Lord.”

Psalm 27:14

It may seem an easy thing to wait, but it is one of the postures which
a Christian soldier learns not without years of teaching. Marching and
quick-marching are much easier to God’s warriors than standing still.
There are hours of perplexity when the most willing spirit, anxiously
desirous to serve the Lord, knows not what part to take. Then what
shall it do? Vex itself by despair? Fly back in cowardice, turn to the
right hand in fear, or rush forward in presumption? No, but simply
wait. Wait in prayer, however. Call upon God, and spread the case
before him; tell him your difficulty, and plead his promise of aid. In
dilemmas between one duty and another, it is sweet to be humble as a
child, and wait with simplicity of soul upon the Lord. It is sure to
be well with us when we feel and know our own folly, and are heartily
willing to be guided by the will of God. But wait in faith. Express
your unstaggering confidence in him; for unfaithful, untrusting
waiting, is but an insult to the Lord. Believe that if he keep you
tarrying even till midnight, yet he will come at the right time; the
vision shall come and shall not tarry. Wait in quiet patience, not
rebelling because you are under the affliction, but blessing your God
for it. Never murmur against the second cause, as the children of
Israel did against Moses; never wish you could go back to the world
again, but accept the case as it is, and put it as it stands, simply
and with your whole heart, without any self-will, into the hand of
your covenant God, saying, “Now, Lord, not my will, but thine be done.
I know not what to do; I am brought to extremities, but I will wait
until thou shalt cleave the floods, or drive back my foes. I will
wait, if thou keep me many a day, for my heart is fixed upon thee
alone, O God, and my spirit waiteth for thee in the full conviction
that thou wilt yet be my joy and my salvation, my refuge and my strong