Dinner & You’ve Got Libya study kick off

Join us, immediately following worship on July 22, for a spaghetti dinner and a video from this year’s World Outreach dinner address to kick off our late summer study of EPC World Outreach missionary Greg Livingstone’s autobiography, You’ve Got Libya.

On Sunday, August 5, from 2:00-3:30 p.m., Pastor Ted Tromble will begin leading the study of World Outreach missionary (and now senior adviser) Greg Livingstone’s autobiography, You’ve Got Libya. Through this approximate six week study, we will study Greg’s book, pray for our missionaries, work the ACTS prayer model, and contemplate a mission work trip sometime in the year ahead.

From the product description:

Greg Livingstone has spent a lifetime planting churches in Muslim communities and can testify to the life-changing power of the gospel in even the most unpromising circumstances. This is his autobiography.

You’ve Got Libya charts Greg’s journey from a disadvantaged beginning through his adventures as he travels all over the world proclaiming the gospel. This firsthand narrative is full of compelling humor and self-deprecating honesty. The result is a page-turning tour de force that urges the reader to pursue God unreservedly and to join with Him in the adventure of pursuing the lost.

Greg’s burden for the millions of Muslims who had no gospel witness amongst them led to the launching of Frontiers, a mission agency focusing exclusively on church planting amongst Muslim communities. Today, Frontiers is a movement of more than one thousand field workers in nearly fifty countries.

Questions?  Contact Pastor Ted, call the church office at 857-3231, or email us at info (at) christalonechurch.org.  We look forward to your joining us in this meaningful study!

VBS is July 23-27 at Christ Alone Church!

Christ Alone Church is pleased to announce that we will be holding a 5 Day Club VBS from July 23-27, at 3:30-5:00 p.m.  Call the church office at 857-3231 to sign up!

This year’s 5-Day Club is themed “Turned Around,” based on Isaiah 45:22 – “Turn to me and me saved, all the ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other.”

What is the 5 Day Club?  From the Child Evangelism Fellowship website:

5-Day Club is an exciting, fun-filled one and one-half hour held each day for five consecutive days. It includes: dynamic Bible lessons, creative learning activities, inspiring missionary story, meaningful songs, life-changing Scripture memorization.

Who sponsors the club?

5-Day Club is sponsored by CEF , an international, Bible-centered organization, which has been in existence for over 80 years. CEF shares the Gospel with more than 22.9 million children each year.

Who can attend?

5-Day Club is open to all boys and girls between the ages of five and twelve, regardless of religious background. Parents are welcome to attend the club with their child.

Who teaches the club?

Christians who are concerned for the spiritual well-being of children teach the club. These teachers have received specialized training from CEF and are carefully screened as required by the child protection policy of CEF.

Is there any cost?

There is no charge for children to attend. An optional missionary offering will be taken each day.

How will the club benefit children?

Children will learn: biblical principles, moral values, character qualities, respect for authority.

Will children be safe?

CEF has taken specific steps to insure the safety of every child. All club workers have been carefully screened as required by the child protection policy of CEF.

Watch our website, Facebook, Twitter, and MeWe pages for updates!

Call the church office at 857-3231 with questions or to sign up!

Seek Missional Evangelism study begins June 6

Join us for Seek Missional Evangelism: Are Evangelicals to Pursue Social Justice?, a six session Bible study for adults that explores the serious and complex problems of poverty, addiction, and homelessness. Passion alone won’t solve them. We need effective strategies for meeting human needs. Combining real-world examples of effective action with the wisdom of Christian leaders like the late Chuck Colson, Al Mohler, and Marvin Olasky, this study will challenge your ideas about social justice and how to transform lives in need.  This study will be led by Pastor Ted Tromble and Jodi Buntin.  Dates of this study will be: June 6, June 13, July 11, July 18, July 25, and August 1, from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Please sign up (sign up sheet is in the Narthex) so we can ensure that we have study guides for everyone.

Secret Church 18 Registration Now Open!

Secret Church 18 Registration is now open!

To register, please send an email to info (at) christalonechurch.org with the following information:

  • Name(s) of participant(s)
  • Email address

The simulcast begins at 6:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall (lower level), and we are asking everyone to be there at 5:30 p.m. to pick up their study guide, to get something to eat, and to get settled in.

We are looking forward to another great Secret Church!

Paper Drive through February 19!

Cleaning out old papers, magazines, boxes, and college textbooks?  Worried about how you’re going to get rid of it all, since your recycling bin probably won’t hold it all?

We have the solution for you!  Through February 19th, look for the large yellow dumpster near the JaM Community Center at the north end of the parking lot, and drop those paper recyclable items off!  We are doing a paper drive, with proceeds going towards our JaM (Jesus and Me) Community Center.

Tell your friends and neighbors too!

Sew and Sews Blankets

Eleven ladies met together on Thursday, January 25, 2018, to make blankets for the East High Caring Closet.

The completed blankets.

Thanks to everyone who participated in this fun morning. We completed eight beautiful blankets and had a lot of fun and fellowship doing so.  All skill levels were needed to make the blankets and everyone found a special job for themselves!  We cut, we pinned, we stitched, we knotted, and we admired the beautiful blankets.

Thank you to Mary Lee Hanson for her prepping of the project and making it all run smoothly.  Thank you to those who donated fleece.   Keep looking for future Sew and Sew events. You will be welcome to join with us.

Here are some pictures of the ladies making blankets: