God
We believe there is only one God who is infinite, omnipotent, omnipresent and all powerful. It is God alone who is to be worshipped and praised. We believe in God the father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. (Isaiah 45:5a, Scots Confession)
 
Jesus Christ
We believe Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God who willingly and sacrificially went to the cross to die for our sins. He was raised from the dead on the third day and is now seated at the right hand of the father and one day will return to judge all of mankind and receive his people to himself. (The Nicene Creed)
The Holy Spirit
We believe the Holy Spirit dwells within each believer of Jesus Christ and teaches us and leads us to live a life that glorifies God in all that we do. The power of the Holy Spirit is what leads people into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and convicts us of our sin. (John 14:26)
The Bible
We believe the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the Holy inspired word of God, are infallible and useful for teaching. rebuking, correcting and training all people for righteousness. All scripture witnesses to Godís self-revelation of his glory to all people and is without any error as written by human writers with divine inspiration. (2 Timothy 3:16)
Sin
All people are born sinners and remain in that state of depravity and alienation from God. No amount of religion or good work can change our condition. We will only be justified and found not guilty through the grace that comes to us through the repentance of our sin and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. (Romans 3:22-26)
Salvation
Salvation comes to people through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Individuals must believe in their heart, He is the Son of God, raised from the dead on the third day and confess with their mouth that he is Lord. He is the way, the truth, and the life, and no one comes to the father except through Him. (Romans 10:9-10, John 14:6)
The Church
We believe the role of the church is to be a witness to Godís glory through worship, prayer and service in our world. We are to take the truth of Godís word in scripture and apply it to our lives and our world, to present the hope of the saving grace in Jesus Christ to the lost and broken hearted. (John 4:24)
 
 
  SUNDAYS
8:55am: Fellowship Hall Prayer Time
9-10am: Sunday School for All Ages
10:30-11:30am: Worship for All Ages
11:30am: Fellowship
12pm: Bell Practice 2nd, 3rd & 5th Sundays
4pm: Junior Bell Practice
  THURSDAYS
7:30-8:30am: Men's Ministry
6:30pm: Chancel Choir Rehearsal
  DECEMBER
2: Set-up for Hanging of the Greens - 9am
3: Worship Service/Hanging of the Greens - 10:30am
5: Operations Committee - 7pm
6: Micah Evening Class - Bring a sandwich or other to partake of during class - 6-7:30pm
10: 2nd Sunday of Advent
10: Cantata - 10:30am
10: Fellowship Time in Fellowship Hall - 11:30am
10: Youth Group meets at Gaffney Home for Rehearsal - 5:30pm
10: Youth Group Caroling - 6-7:30pm
12: Faith Circle at Kaye Ellis Home for Christmas Lunch - 11:30am
13: Micah Evening Class - Bring a sandwich or other to partake of during class - 6-7:30pm
13: Fellowship & Education Committee - 7:30pm
17: 3rd Sunday of Advent
17: Children and Youth Program - 10:30am
19: Bridge Builders in Chapel - 10-11:30am
20: Micah Evening Class - 6-7:30pm
24: Worship Service - 10:30am
24: Evening Candlelight Service followed by Dessert Fellowship - 5pm
25: CHRIST IS BORN
27: Micah Evening Class - 6-7:30pm
31: New Year's Eve Sunday Morning Service - 10:30am



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Ryan J. Gaffney, Pastor
118 East Par Street
Orlando, FL 32804
407.898.4671