R Village Bible Church of Amherst - Bulletin
Village Bible Church
Teaching the Bible with Clarity and Compassion
 
Welcome to Our Church Family!
Sunday May 31st, 2020
 
 
Good morning! We gather to worship the triune God of the Bible: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Our worship involves several songs of praise to God and a substantive time studying the Bible, which we firmly believe is the Word of God. Please take a moment before we begin and ask the LORD God to fill your life and our worship with the blessing of His presence and a knowledge of His salvation for all.
 
Lloyd Curtis' message today is entitled
 
“The Return of Christ"
Revelation 19:11-21
 
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We appreciate your faithfulness in giving during this time of separation. Offerings can be mailed to the church address, 25 1/2 Middle Street.
 
Opportunities to Care:
 
SHARE pantry items for May: Canned Fruit, Flour, Sugar, Boxed Cake Mixes & Baking Supplies, Coffee & Tea, Juice, Granola. They can also use brown paper bags. Items may be brought to the SHARE Center, 1 Columbus Avenue Milford,  Tel: 603-673-9898 Email: info@sharenh.org. The center is open M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm. When you arrive please phone and you will be directed to the drop off point.
This Week:
 
Today            10:00am   Zoom meeting to interact, pray and
                                    continue our study in Revelation.
                                    Zoom meeting link:
 
Wednesday      6:15pm   Deacons' Meeting
 
                      7:15pm   Community Group via Zoom
                                   
                                    Zoom meeting link:
 
News:
 
We are still hopeful to resume physical gathering next Sunday, June 7. We will maintain distance and avoid shared items like offering plates and bulletins. Live Stream will be available for those who do not attend.
 
We love to honor our graduates. If our have a high school or college graduate in the family, please let Cathy know through the church email. We need the name of the graduate and the school with the degree earned (or future college choice for high school grads).