Bible Study Don’t just take our word for it . . . take His! We would encourage you to spend time examining the following Scriptures that shaped this sermon: Colossians 1:28-29 Sermon Outline Discipleship proclaims Christ Discipleship provides wisdom Discipleship promotes maturity Discipleship requires sacrifice Sermon Application What do you think of when you…
Park Circle Virtual Gathering Update:
If you’d like to join us in-person at the Water Mission building in North Charleston please know we are observing strict social distancing as well as multiple other COVID guidelines. All attendees must register for our service so we can accommodate appropriate distancing.
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Park Circle News
Engage In Personally Reading God’s Word: Here’s a simple reading plan we’ll start to publish each week on our website. Starting April 27, 2020 Monday: Numbers 23, Psalm 136, Luke 1:1-23 Tuesday: Numbers 24, Psalm 139, Luke 1:24-56 Wednesday: Numbers 25, Psalm 140, Luke 1:57- End Thursday: Deut 1, Psalm 144, Luke 2:1-21 Friday: Deut…
Last Week’s Songs
Preservice How Great Thou Art (Hine, Stuart Wesley Keene) Songs of Praise Our God (Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Chris Tomlin, and Jesse Reeves) 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) (Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman) Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) (John Newton, Chorus: Chris Tomlin) Communion Revelation Song (Jennie Lee Riddle) Recessional Jesus Messiah (Daniel Carson, Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, and…
11:00 am – Contemporary Communion Service with Worship Team – Park Circle North Charleston (Children’s Ministry)
The church meets in the multipurpose room or North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary School. Directional signs are placed from Montague Avenue to the school. When you arrive at the school, go the covered walkway and use the entrance to the left of the main entrance. A greeter will be outside to direct you.
Both the service and the music are contemporary. Worship music is led by worship leader with an acoustic guitar who is occasionally joined by other musicians. The service ends with communion and there is an opportunity for individual prayer ministry. Dress as you feel comfortable as Park Circle Church as a very laid back vibe.
Parents should sign in their children when they arrive if their children will be attending the children’s program during the service. Children are dismissed to their program during opening worship and return in time for communion.
After the service please stick around and visit with us for a few moments. If you would like to get connected, speak to Lead Pastor Dave Libbon (DLibbon@StAndrews.Church).