Every Wednesday Family Night, Rev. B. L. Nymeyer is teaching a new class “URCNA 101.” It is taught at church in the same format as the Backyard Bible Study. This class looks at what it means to be United Reformed. Where did we come from? Why did we change from being Christian Reformed to United Reformed? Was it simply a name change, or something more? We will look together at some of the distinctives of being a United Reformed Church. For example, what is our understanding of keeping the Sabbath day holy? Why do we baptize infants? What is our position on the days of creation? Why don’t children come to Lord’s Table? How are we to minister to homosexuals? In all of these, we will be looking at what the Bible teaches and how we are to apply that teaching in our lives. This class also includes times of systematic Bible study, learning from a particular book or section of Scripture. The class is intended for everyone, high school age and up. We would love to include our teenagers, single adults, younger and older married couples (we plan to offer nursery during this time), as well as our more mature saints. There is a particular blessing in participating in multi-generational ministry.
Plan to attend on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 – 7:45.
Check the videos for past lessons:
The new season of Coffee Break has just started. Our theme verse for the year is taken from Matthew 5:16: “Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.” Invite a friend or a neighbor to join us every Tuesday 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM. For more info, see calendar and flyer.
Rev. Nymeyer preaches on the HC in the morning worship service.
Pray for the consistory of Oak Glen United Reformed Church in Lansing, Illinois, the convening consistory of Synod 2018.