Leaving our nets

Join us for our monthly community worship service this Sunday, January 18, at 10:30 a.m. at United Friends School (1018 W. Broad Street) in Quakertown.

Baptism is not just our entrance into the life of God but our daily task. St. Paul writes that in baptism we take on Christ’s death as well as his life. Martin Luther saw remembering and renewing baptism as a daily ritual. That’s great theory, but what does it mean for us? We’ll look at that question through the story of the calling of Jesus’ first disciples — Peter, Andrew, James and John.

Join us for a time of praise, engaging the story, prayer and fellowship this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Children’s activity will be provided. Please bring an offering to cover our expenses and donate to the Quakertown Food Pantry.

Need info? Contact Bob by email.

Written by Bob Fisher in: announcements,being church |

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