After a time of prayer, we have decided to move our worship service from Friendship to our home starting this Sunday. This means we won’t be having our 2:30pm service at Friendship anymore.
Our new worship time will be 11am at Pastor Ray and Jackie’s home (please email email@example.com for the address). We will have lunch fellowship following the service.
Rides will still be available for Caltech students. Pickups will be at 10:40am from Avery Circle. If you need a ride, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can send a driver. A driver will not be sent otherwise.
Friendship has been our spiritual home over the past few years. They have been such wonderful and gracious hosts. Today, I met Pastor Smith and we prayed for and blessed one another.
Moving to our house doesn’t necessarily mean that we are adopting a house church model permanently. While we will be worshiping at our home for the foreseeable future, we will continually be asking the Lord for direction. And if and when He speaks regarding worship space and location, we want to be ready to move in step with Him.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Ray and Jackie
Wednesday Prayer Meetings: Our weekly Prayer Meetings have moved from Tuesdays to Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45pm at Pastor Ray and Jackie’s home. Please make note of this change.
Sunday Worship Service: Please come every Sunday with a desire to encounter Jesus and serve His body as we worship, pray, partake in Communion and fellowship.
Saturday Brunch Fellowships: We’ll be having Brunch Fellowship sporadically throughout the year at Pastor Ray and Jackie’s home — dates and times to be determined.
Let us know if you’re interested in joining us and we will include you on the emails whenever details are sent out — simply email email@example.com and we’ll keep you in the loop.
Rides will be provided.
Lord Jesus, revive your Church!
May we awaken ourselves from slumber and prepare our hearts to meet you soon.
As Christians, we repent for not standing in the gap for America. May we, as the Body of Christ in America, be the first to get on our knees and pray for our nation.