Welcome to Pathways

A non-denominational place of worship​

To join the service on Zoom contact Pastor Frank  474-4194

10:10 AM, Sunday mornings

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We just spent the last 11 weeks moving through the fascinating book of Genesis. We explored the meaning of creation and the stories of the early Patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph). Daytime soap opera at its best!


For the next 9 weeks, we will move through the book of Exodus; basically, the story of Moses and how God used him to lead God’s people out of slavery in Egypt.


So why spend time with these books of the Hebrew Bible? As we learned, Genesis starts with the story of creation. But more importantly, it is a book of God’s relationship to that creation. In a sense, then, it is the beginning of the story of God’s relationship with us, our relationship with God, and with one another. It also is the story of God’s covenant – that God will be our God and we will be God’s people – to be an example to all nations. The rest of both the Hebrew Scriptures and our New Testament tell us about God’s faithfulness to that Covenant, in spite of our wayward ways.


In our reading from Exodus 1:8-2:10 we hear about the circumstances of Moses’ birth and adoption into Egyptian royalty. We will learn some surprising things about God’s movement in Moses’ story.


Our Gospel reading, Matthew 16:13-20, has Jesus asking His disciples , “Who do you say that I am?” Good question!

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Disciple Studies 

            Group #1 ROC, 730 Olean Rd, Thursday at 7:00pm, contact person - Frank Cerny 474-4194


        Wednesday Men’s Group (Heroes of Faith), Iron Kettle Restaurant, Wednesday 7:00 AM, contact person - Ralph Lowe - 472-2161



        Sunday School Study (Study of Prayer), 300 Gleed Ave,  Time-Sunday  9:00 am, Contact Person-Kipp Milliron 652-9123

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