We will have one combined service at 9:30,
followed by a coffee fellowship and a Congregational meeting.
The church celebrates St. Michael and All Angels on Sept. 29.
Who is Michael, and why does he matter to the church?
St. Michael and All Angels commemorates the great battle in heaven between Satan and his evil angels and St. Michael and the angels of the Lord. The readings (Dan. 10:10–14; 12:1–3; Rev. 12:7–12; Luke 10:17–20; Matt. 18:1–11) describe how the Lord used Michael and the angels to deliver His people from the accusations of Satan.
This is your chance to get to know members from the other service and hear the end of the story.