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: Exodus 16:22–30 and Mark 2:23–28 Sermon Outline Sabbath and Slavery Sabbath and the Savior Sermon Application How have you experienced the temptation of endless work? How…
Park Circle News
The kids of St. Andrew’s Park Circle are one of our most precious gifts and we take their safety very seriously. All of our volunteers are background checked and trained under the Darkness to Light’s “Stewards of Children” training because we know a child must be safe if they are going to grow in the…
Last Week’s Songs
Preservice Immanuel’s Land (Audrey Assad, Evergreen) Songs of Praise Sing to the King (Billy J. Foote and Charles Sylvester Horne, Worship: No Boundaries) Living Hope (Phil Wickham, Living Hope) What a Friend We Have In Jesus (Charles Crozat Converse and Joseph Mendlicott Scriven) Communion The Doxology Our Father (Bethel Music, For the Sake of the World)…
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 Campus Pastor Dave Libbon (DLibbon@StAndrews.Church).