29 October 2017
We have been on a mission to Connect the Disconnected for over two years now. The message is come home and we are sending it to the Body of Christ, wherever that may be. If people have become connected with another congregation, we celebrate that and ask that they reinforce that relationship, but if they remain disconnected, let’s invite them to Reunion Sunday on 29 October 2017.
Sometimes when people have been away from the Body of Christ for an extended period, it becomes more and more difficult to return. This is not because they won’t be welcomed for the surely will. It’s that corrupt human nature that is trying to weigh down the new creation that should be living in us—that we are.
Reunion Sunday is a good excuse to set aside any false argument of the enemy and just be here. If you have only come on Wednesday evenings, use this Reunion Sunday as your reason to come Sunday morning.
You know Jesus Christ as your Savior and you know the word of God admonishes us not to stop gathering in his name. You belong in a church family. If you were once a part of this congregation and have not found another home, then it’s time to come home.
If you have only come to the church building here to get help with food or a bill or negotiating some problem of this world, then come in thankful response to the One who provision us to help you. Come and discover or rediscover the joy of worship.
In baseball parlance, we are lobbing one right down the middle so people can hit it out of the park. You can’t miss. If you are disconnected, come. If you are a part of this body, then invite people to REUNION SUNDAY, 20 October 2017. Services remain at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. There will be a fellowship meal shortly after noon.
Now is the time to COME HOME!
Burns Flat Cumberland Presbyterian Church
205 State Highway 44 (Just north and east of our town's only traffic light)
Sunday, 29 October 2017
9 am First Light
10 am Christian Education for all ages
11 am Traditional Worship Service
Fellowship meal following the traditional service this Sunday.