Week of Prayer
As a kingdom of priests (Rev 1:6), we have the joy of interceding for others in prayer (1 Tim 2:1), continually coming boldly before God’s throne with confidence for our own needs and on behalf of the world around us (1 Thess 5:17 & Heb 4:16).
Join us at 7:30pm each night from Monday, October 26 – Friday, October 30 for a 1-hour virtual prayer meeting. Come to one or all five. Come for the full hour or as much as you are able to. We will not be praying for a specific candidate or party, but rather humbling ourselves before God asking for:
- wisdom for the leaders in our government
- humility, unity and love across the church
- peace, justice and the good for all of our nation
- the Kingdom of God to grow in and through us
- and much more!
The link to the Zoom meeting, password and phone-in option will be sent out to the Chelten members and attenders this Sunday afternoon.
- How to Master the Art of Disagreement—in the Church and on Social Media – by Bobby Jamieson
- Compassion & Conviction: The AND Campaign’s Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement – by Justin Giboney
- Before You Vote: Seven Questions Every Christian Should Ask – by David Platt
If you would like a digital copy of this week’s Chelten family prayer list, please email [email protected].
Join us Sunday, October 18 at Chelten’s building for in–person worship services!
As a reminder…
- registration will be required every week (see below)
- face masks are required the entire time you are in the building
If you are unable or uncomfortable coming into the building for worship, we will also be live-streaming our services at our Chelten Youtube page at 9:00am.
Join us for a kid-friendly, VBS-like family worship time on Sundays at 4:30pm. It will last about 30-45 minutes and is geared for kids to worship the way God made them with wiggles and giggles. Bring your blankets, your Bibles, and be ready to move! Our content will reflect a different focus as we desire parents to continue training and discipling their children in our Sunday morning worship service.
If you have financial or physical needs, our church family is committed to coming alongside you and supporting you during this time. If you are in need, please reach out to your assigned deacon. If you do not have a deacon assigned to you, or you are uncertain of who they are, please reach out directly to James Greco ([email protected]), Chair of the Deacon Board.
Donations can be dropped off at the pantry (door A3) Monday-Friday 9-1pm. They can also be left on the playground entrance table on Sundays mornings. (Any shelf-stable food donation is needed and welcome.) Thank you!