Living Our Faith Together
L.O.F.T. IN LENT begins March 4 and continues through April 1. Classes are available for adults and children. Reserve your place in a class and for dinner prepared by Marty Elms Catering below.
HOLY LAND: ANCIENT & MODERN - The Holy Land is an area roughly located between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea and is also the historical region of Jesus’ ministry. Come discover the political, religious, and cultural differences of the area as they have evolved throughout time. Classes will be Wednesdays during Lent (March 4, 11, 18, 25 and April 1) in Moore Hall from 6-7pm. There will be a meal prior to the class. Please make a reservation to attend by filling out a card in the back of the pew or by going to our website: www.cecbg.com.
The class schedule:
March 4 Dr. Richard Weigel Ancient History
March 11 Dr. Ed Tivol Ancient Religious History: The 12 Tribes of Jacob
March 18 The Rev. Dr. Steve Pankey Ancient Culture
March 25 Dr. David Lee Modern History
April 1 Dr. Megan Castellan Modern Culture: An In-country Perspective
THE LORD’S PRAYER will be the focus of the L.O.F.T. offering for children (ages 5-12yrs.) during Lent. This verse by verse study of the Lord’s Prayer from Matthew 6:9b-13 coupled with putting the words to movement will be a lasting and useful tool for children throughout their lives. Children will also have opportunities to explore our belongingness and connectedness with each other, the world, and God. The class (6:30-7pm) will be preceded by Children’s Choir with Brittany Whitlow from 6-6:30pm. Reservations can me made by filling out the card in the back of the pew or by visiting our website: www.cecbg.com.
($8/ADULT, $4/CHILD, MAX $20/HOUSEHOLD)
Please fill out the yellow card in the pew, contact the church office, or click below to register.
Chicken Noodle or Bean Soup
Roast Beef or Turkey Sandwiches
Chicken Gnocchi soup or Chili
Chicken Salad or Pimento Cheese Sandwiches