Last Sunday in the Link we started a new series entitled Set Free, in which we began to explore the early days of St. Paul’s conversion. Here are the two questions we discussed during breakout groups:
1. How has your upbringing uniquely prepared you to serve God?
2. How can a personal encounter with Christ transform and perfect your faith? Does this verse include past negative experiences? If so, how?
If you missed this past Sunday’s message in The Link, please accept our apologies but due to technology issues, we won’t be able to post the message.
Join us this coming Sunday as continue our series “Set Free” when we will be discussing tradition in the message entitled “Free to Give What You Have Received.” Here are a couple of questions we will start with this Sunday in the Link during our breakout session
1. When was the last time you carved out time to be absolutely alone with God? What arrangements needed to be made?
2. How do you understand tradition in light of this passage?
Colossians 2:8 Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ.
CHURCH SERVICES, SPECIAL EVENTS & OTHER NEWS
Property at 30 N. Main St, Cranbury, NJ: Yesterday evening approximately 10 of us had an opportunity to go visit the building and to discuss some initial thoughts on the pro’s and con’s of this opportunity. Come with your questions on Sunday and if you have yet to drive by please do so.
The Vine, 6/24: Join us on Friday, June 24th at 7:30 PM in the Vine at the Lutheran Church of the Messiah (407 Nassau St in Princeton). Topic details forthcoming.
Family Night, 6/25: On Saturday, June 25th at 4:30 PM at the Lutheran Church of the Messiah (407 Nassau St in Princeton), St. Anianus Church invites you to join us for our first ever Family Night. We all look forward to the opportunity to spend time building our relationships with each other as the family of God. All are welcome to join.
Trenton Homeless Service, 6/26: On Sunday June 26 at 1:30 PM, Synergy Ministry will be organizing a service to the Trenton train station, where we meet with the under resourced in Trenton, offering our time, a meal, and our faith working in love.
Connect (Youth Ministry), 6/30: Starting on Friday, June 30th from 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM, St. Anianus Church will be launching a new youth ministry called “Connect” in order to help Middle & High School Youth connect to Christ. We will seek to provide Orthodox Christian teaching, to engage youth by answering the difficult questions, while building a sense of community among the youth.
Independence Day Get-Together, 7/4: Mark your calendar, on Monday, July 4th, the Church community will be gathering for some fellowship and fun. More details to follow.
Visitor’s Series, 7/10: Once we wrap up our current series on the Apostle Paul, The Link will be bringing you our very first Visitor’s Series. We will start a 4-part series that runs through July entitled Growing Deeper with Others. Sermon & Speaker details forthcoming.
If you have any questions pertaining to upcoming events and / or other Church news, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Call to Serve
We believe that any member in the body of Christ should be actively serving in the Church. You are invited to personally get involved and help out by offering your time to serving the many needs of the growing community, as we seek to serve one another, in the model of Jesus Christ. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you figure out some volunteer opportunities.
Sunday, June 5 – click here
6/19 Pentecost Feast
6/24 The Vine
6/25 Family Night
6/26 Synergy Service in Trenton
6/30 Connect (Youth Ministry) to Launch
7/4 July 4th Get Together
7/10 Start of Visitor’s Series (Growing Deeper with Others)
7/10 Kid’s Ministry Fun Day