Church at All Saints at 10:45 am this Sunday
✓ I pray you’ve been safe and healthy this week. I’m glad to announce that we’re having church again (Sunday the 20th of September) at 10:45am. PSAT
Please note that because of a “glitch” in YouTube, we can only start the service at 10:45am this week. (Unfortunately, the problem lies with YouTube and as yet, we haven’t been able to resolve the timing issue with them.)
You can find the Service by clicking HERE.
You can also find our YouTube Channel by clicking here.
This is a wonderful time to fellowship together.
Bishop Peter (and Jenny) Klenner
Pastor Chuck Smith was an amazing pioneer. Click to read.
Our very techie 7-year-old grandson spontaneously singing Jesus loves the Little Children. 😉 Click to view.
How many of you remember Debbie Kerner Rettino, a Jewish believer in the Jesus Movement who sang alongside Lonnie Frisbee and later produced the Psalty kids songs with her husband? Click to listen to Debby.
Does Jesus still heal today in body, mind and spirit? How do medicine and prayer relate? Check out Matt Henson’s helpful address given at the online North American Christian Ashram. You are encouraged to repost this to others.
Check out Matt Henson’s dynamic message on Friday night at the North American Christian Ashram.
You are invited to watch Janice & Mark Hird singing “Cornerstone”.
Janice led the music with Hird family at the North American Christian Ashram retreat.
At the heart of the Christian Ashram experience is a deeper surrender to Jesus our Lord.
“The terrible thing, the almost impossible thing, is to hand over your whole self–all your wishes and precautions–to Christ. But it is far easier than what we are all trying to do instead. For what we are trying to do is to remain what we call ‘ourselves.'”-C.S. Lewis
Dial in today to check out the online July 10th to 12th North American Christian Ashram. There is no registration cost. Donations are welcome. You are invited to pass this on to others.
(If you have any trouble using Google Chrome to register, just use your mouse’s scroll button.)