March 29, 2018
Please help update the church directory by completing this form with your updated family information and picture: https://goo.gl/forms/kv0Iv9VKz4QOliai2. If you do not have an updated picture of your family, please contact Kassia Mayo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (205) 401-1201 to arrange having your picture taken.
March 28, 2018
Don’t forget about Holy Week Events This Week! All the following will be happening at the Church of the Reconciler: Thursday – Maundy Thursday Service @ 6:30 Friday – Good Friday Service @ 12:00 Stations of the Cross @ 6:00 Showing of the Passion of the Christ @ 6:30 Saturday – Easter Vigil @ 5:00 Sunday – Easter Service @ 9:30 (w/ fellowship and refreshments afterwards)
March 21, 2018
If you didn’t make it to the In-Christ Conference or want to hear the teaching again, here is the link to the teachings: http://aslanroars.org/series/being-in-christ-conference-2018/. I encourage you to listen to at least a few of these teachings. They are all extremely encouraging and the application is life changing.
March 8, 2018
Join us tonight and tomorrow night at 6 pm at the Church of the Reconciler for the Drama’s club’s play Nic at Night! Come and see the kids’ and Betsy Cheney’s hard work learning the story of Nicodemus and how Jesus changed his life. Come expecting laughs and singing!
January 24, 2017
Join us tonight at COTR for Tuesday Think Tanks from 6:30 – 8PM when we’ll discuss Typology and Covenants in the Bible. It’s a relaxed yet exciting evening of fellowship and open discussion of faith topics. Tuesday Think Tanks for Jan. 31st and Feb. 2nd will focus on The Decalogue (The Ten Commandments). Join us at COTR Tuesday nights from6:30 – 8PM, and bring a friend!!
January 17, 2017
Join us for Tuesday Think Tanks, a fun and relaxed yet exciting evening of fellowship and open discussion of faith topics. Every Tuesday evening from 6:30 – 8PM we’ll tackle a topic of faith that touches our lives and influences our thinking as Christians. Tuesday Think Tanks are conducted in a “socratic” style in which participants are encouraged to do just that, participate, in a free-flowing dialogue about the topic…