Lent Family Nights

LENT FAMILY NIGHTS

This was a wonderful time of fellowship and Bible study. Some small groups are forming out of this. Stay tuned for more info. We'll share as soon as possible!

 

Sundays Feb 21 - Mar 28
5:00 to 7:00 PM

SIGN UP through the church office at smpcoffice@zoominternet.net or call (724) 352-2888.

We'll be meeting together to share food, fellowship, and to feast on the Word of God. Some of our own church family will be sharing their life experiences in a relaxed atmosphere. SOMETHING FOR THE KIDS, TOO! Pastor Doug will lead us through Max Lucado's Study "You'll Get Through This" rooted in the story of Joseph in the book of Genesis. Check out a preview of the study in the video at the bottom of this page.

Let us know you're coming so that we have enough food and materials to share!

 

From Pastor Doug...

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on all of us. Many are filled with fear, anxiety, worry and uncertainty. Isolation has led to loneliness and depression. The news is filled with number of cases and number of deaths all day long. Do you need hope and encouragement this Lenten season?

We will be using Max Lucado’s book study You’ll Get Through This – Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times. He encourages us with these words:

You’ll get through this. Whatever “This” is—financial woes, relationship valleys, health crises.

You fear you won’t make it through. You fear that the depression will never lift, the yelling will never stop, the pain will never leave. Will this gray sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten?

Yes! Deliverance in the Bible is bold, brassy, and everywhere. Consider the Old Testament story of Joseph—tossed in a pit by his brother, sold into slavery, wrongfully imprisoned. But God wove what was meant for evil into good.

God is in the business of redeeming the broken. He was then. He is still. Do you crave some hope for these tough times?

I hope you will join us in-person as we meet each Sunday evening for a time to connect, share our faith and encourage each other. With God’s help, we will get through this!

 

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