9/3/2017 Bulletin


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9am – 10am – Children & Adult Bible Classes
10:30am – Worship Begins

SERMON TODAY – Bending the Knee
“How we Worship” series continues.

Come let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the Lord our Maker; for he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, the flock under his care.  Psalm 95:6-7

Bow-Worthy Moments?

  1. Pursuing God
  2. Repenting of Sin
  3. Submitting our Lives
  • Why should we?
  • Why don’t we?
Scriptures References

Psalm 95:6-7
Mark 10:17
Luke 5:8
Luke 22:41
Philippians 2:8-11


  • Food Truck Rally • Bringing the Eats to the Streets.  Join us for fun , food, music, and games.  6-9 PM tonight at the Oaks parking area. If raining, the event will move across the street to Thrive.


  • Love Your Tribe Class begins at 6:30 PM. You are invited to bring dinner and visit with friends from 5 PM – 6 PM.
  • Divorce Care Information will be available today at the Stained Glass
    Window in the Lobby. Note: This group will start at 6 PM. Childcare provided by request.
  • Birth – High School Programming Starts at 6:30 PM. Birth through 5th grade meet in the Education Building. Middle and High School meet in the Student Worship Center.


  • Tuesday, September 5 “Healthy Eating” Join the group for quick and healthy meal ideas you and your family will love. This is a free event with dinner
    provided, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity. Please RSVP to Phillip
    Keeling at pkeeling@afphq.org or 772.205.5003.
  • Sunday, September 10 Homeless Lunch Collection Day. Please drop off your donations at the “Drop It Here” table in the  Portico Hallway. A list of items needed is available at the Information Counter. The list includes bottled water, individual tuna and chicken packets, breakfast/granola bars, individually wrapped packs of crackers/cheese, single serving fruit or applesauce.
  • Sunday, September 10 Book Giveaway We are cleaning off the shelves and paring down our over-abundance of reference books. Please feel free to bring a bag and take any books located on the tables in front of the Stained Glass Window. Any leftover books will be donated.