Worship God at a New Time! “ROCK OF LIFE” Alternative Worship Service Series

PPPC’s ROCK OF LIFE” Alternative Worship Service Series
Commencing Saturday, April 9, 2016

Alternate ServicePsalm 18:2: “The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn my salvation, my stronghold.”

Series One: “KEYS FOR LIVING A RESURRECTED LIFE” (Seven Weeks Duration)

Week One (April 9, 2016): “Grace Without Boundaries” (John 20:19-30)

At Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church, we understand that we are all uniquely formed by God, and that each of us desires intimacy with God that is further enhanced through alternative worship styles, bringing together diversified individuals, while also upholding all of our Presbyterian (USA) traditional values and beliefs.

We have listened to our congregation’s desire for exploring this understanding further, and we believe, in hearing God’s voice, to further explore an alternative worship service at PPPC. What better time to start “a new thing” following our Easter celebration and witnessing the resurrected Christ?

Come join us for the commencement of an “alternative worship service” series lasting seven weeks, as we assemble for worship with contemporary music, active participation from our youth, and a collection of seven messages for daily applications entitled “Keys For Living a Resurrected Life.” Our first service of the series will be entitled “Grace Without Boundaries.” Fearing life without the physical living Jesus, the church’s earliest disciples chose to remain behind locked doors. However, Jesus Christ presented himself unexpectedly to teach a new way of thinking: grace without boundaries…

Grace Without BoundariesOur first alternative worship service series will commence on April 9, 2016, Saturday, from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Church’s main building. The service will be led by Anthony Maimone, a recent graduate of New Brunswick Theological Seminary, who was also a student of Rev. Carl, and who recently met all of his written examination requirements for the Presbyterian (USA) Church, and will be coming before the Monmouth Presbytery this Spring to move forward with his final requirements to able to accept a call for ordination. Anthony has also been one of the Youth Connection leaders under Courtney’s leadership this past year. PPPC’s Youth Connection teens and advisers will also be participating and leading the service.

We ask that you prayerfully contemplate your participation in this alternative worship service series as the Holy Spirit may lead you. You may also want to extend an invitation to your friends and neighbors who are seeking to draw closer to God in worship.

“Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth!” (Isaiah 43:19; NKJV).

For further information, you can also contact Anthony directly at antjmaimone@aol.com or 732-722-8006. Peace and Blessings.