Sunday worship: 11:00am | Location: Fox Hollow Golf Chalet (soon to be South Plaza by Burlington Factory on November 16)
Faith is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)
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Visiting a church for the first time can be awkward. At Faith, we hope that the awkwardness dissipates quickly. We believe that God has graciously given the church 52 occasions a year to come together as a body, to hear and take hold of the Good News of Jesus again and again and again. We desire to use this brief hour and 15 minutes to worship God not according to our own inventions, but according to His own delight as expressed in His Holy Word.
The Spring 2013 Men’s Book Study will address what we mean when we say that we are “Christians.” This title, “Christian,” was first applied to the members of the church in Antioch, Syria, in the first century (Acts 11.26). When we use the same word today, do we mean the same thing? The answer depends upon what we mean when we say that we have faith in Jesus. Our book study will look at a work by American theology professor, Gresham Machen. He believed that, in his era of the 1920s, people meant vastly different things when they affirmed Christian faith.
Jeremiah was a man who, from a young age, was called by God to preach a message of peace to an ironically deaf audience. In a city on the verge of annihilation, filled with people starving and diseased and desperate, Jeremiah preached the gospel … and was hated. Over 40 years of ministry, God never allowed Jeremiah to alter his message so that it might sell better to a people in pain, and save him from the pain his hearers inflicted on him. Jeremiah preached for many years, the one message with the power to save.