This Sunday we continue our series on ‘Romans: The Heart of Truth’, with Jodie speaking on the topic ‘What to do with the weak’ from Romans chapter 15 verses 1 to 13.
During our services on Sunday, Jodie will spend time giving the official apology to survivors of abuse from our Archbishop Glenn Davies, and spend time in prayer for those who have suffered abuse and for their families.
We will once again have our popular weekly question and answer time, and Jodie will be answering these questions:
- Will God forgive a Christian soldier who kills in offence not defence?
- Who wrote the book of Ezra?
- How did Adam die?
- Was Moses rebuked by God when he smashed the Ten Commandments?
- When trying to avoid causing the weak to stumble, must we always avoid the offensive thing, or only in their presence?
- If your conscience thinks that nothing is right, then does that mean that you can’t avoid sinning?
- Should prawns be considered unclean since they crawl and eat on the ocean ground?
- Is the Roman Catholic view of transubstantiation an example of a disputable matter amongst Christians?
Our Assistant Minister, Simon Chaplin, was ordained as a Presbyter on Tuesday this week, so we also will have a special report during our service marking this occasion.
Our youth group, Refuge, meets at 4pm in the Neighbourhood Centre, and then head over to join us for church. Kids’ Club and Andy’s Club meets at our 5pm evening service for their program, followed by a great dinner together for the whole family.
As always, come along and visit us at 10am or 5pm at 35 Fisher Street Oak Flats, or if you can’t make it in person, jump online at www.oakflats.tv to watch a livestream of our services.
See you at 10am or 5pm this Sunday, God willing!