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
This Sunday we continue following the story of Jacob – of ladder fame and now wrestling fame (Genesis 32:22-31). This passage tells us that Jacob set up camp for his family and then was left alone. In that isolation, something profound happened to him. Was it because, as we usually say, he wrestled with God? Maybe. But it seems to me that the point is that in isolation, it is easier to do some wrestling within ourselves, to evaluate our own lives, our relationship with God and with others. Isolation can be a wonderful time of introspection. Does that resonate with you during this time of isolation?
The Gospel reading from Matthew 14:13-21 also tells us that Jesus was alone. Except this time, there was to be no isolation. Jesus was awash in requests to provide for those who were following Him. So, what is it to be, isolation and evaluation or immersion and service?
By the end of service on Sunday you will have the answer to that question.
It looks like the weather may not cooperate this Sunday, so we may have our service at the Southside Center. There will still be zoom available.
Get in touch to find out more about prayer services at Pathways Christian Fellowship.
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Staying in the Word of God
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