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New Life

Are You Ready to Start a New Life with Jesus Christ?

Almost everyone, if not everyone, in the United States has heard the general idea of Christianity and Jesus Christ. However, many do not immediately see a need to become a follower. Even those who were raised going to church might have thought of the practice as just another thing their parents did, and that they went along with because they were still kids. Upon adulthood, many of these people "fall away" and focus on other things. However, as the years go by, they realize that they have been missing out.

There are many things that can produce this feeling. People find their lives not quite satisfactory, suffer various trials, or even find themselves struggling with addiction or trouble with the law. Then, they naturally seek a way to improve themselves and their spiritual lives.

Evangelical churches will be quick to point out that what is missing is a relationship with Jesus Christ. Invitations to come and worship are sure to follow.

If this sounds familiar, perhaps it is time for you to gain new life through a renewed relationship with Jesus. However, this doesn't mean that you should just pick the first church you find when you drive down the road. Instead, you need to find a life church that meets your needs and enriches you. Otherwise, you may end up wondering what all of the fuss is about.

Even though all Christian churches provide a positive take on Christianity, they have very different formats. This means that some will thrill you, while others will leave you flat. Don't be shy to check out a variety of different ones, especially if you don't already know of a style of worship that will excite you and put you in the right mood.

One possibility to check out is the Bible Covenant Community Church in York, SC, a church near me. This church makes sure to focus on both its members and the wider community.

For its members, Bible Covenant offers plenty of options for socializing, worship, and Bible study. Its social offerings are usually mixed with community outreach, allowing you to meet plenty of other people as you undertake local missionary projects. You can visit nursing homes, make and distribute care packages it calls Blessing Bags, and undertake community outreach projects. All of these let you socialize with both church members and residents of the community. They are a great help to those who have been lonely or lacking in people who show care to them. If being with plenty of people is what puts the light in your eyes, these opportunities are for you.

If you'd like to travel around the world and get off the beaten path, Bible Covenant has something for you, too. Its membership in the Christian and Missionary Alliance gives you opportunities for missionary work abroad. This is the traditional missionary work you may imagine when you hear the term, and it's a great way to both spread the Word of Christ and get away from negative influences back at home. If you're looking for the feeling of a fresh start, this is something to consider.

On the chance that you simply want to renew and strengthen your Christian lifestyle, faith, and knowledge, this church has solutions for you as well. Its late-morning worship services and late afternoon Bible study options will provide the knowledge and worship you need to improve your spiritual life. Notably, at this church, missionary work is considered part of its overall mission. Therefore, you'll be recruited for Christian-focused work like distributing Blessing Bags, as well. This will keep you in touch with the charitable aspects of the Christian religion.

11:30-1:30

"It's a Cover Up!"

Wear your favorite apron for a time of

fun and inspiration.

Notes
Ladies' Luncheon

11:30-1:30

"It's a Cover Up!"

Wear your favorite apron for a time of fun

and inspiration.

Sat. Apr. 24
 
Pray

Pray continually

without ceasing.

1 Thes. 5:17

Everyday
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Color - gold variant
 
Rejoice

This is the day that

the Lord has made

 

Ps. 118:24!

Everyday
Fundraising
Benefit
Yard Sale

 

All proceeds will go to

the Burton family to 

help with expenses

during cancer treatment.

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