A Church built on The Solid Rock

Clarks Green Assembly of God

Ministering to the Lord and the community!

Located at 204 South Abington Road, Clarks Green, PA  18411

Phone: 570.586.8286     Email: cgagpa@epix.net

 
WATCH FOR OUR NEW SITE COMING THIS FALL!!
 
A LIVE NATIVITY:
 
PERFORMANCES BEGIN AT 7pm and 8pm
 
on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 & 20,
 
and one at 5:30pm on Sunday, Dec. 21.
 
This enhanced Live Nativity includes live
 
animals and performers, special music,
 
and more at our new expanded site
 
across from our parking lot.
 
 
This free event also includes home-made
 
cookies and warm beverages in the
 
fellowship hall by the fireplace.
 
 
Come celebrate Our Gift & His Presence
 
at 204 S Abington Rd, Clarks Green, PA
 
18411.  For more information,
 
stop by the office
 
or call 570.586.8286.
 
 
 
Sunday School at 9:45am
 
Morning Worship at 11:00am
 
Children's Ministry at 11:00am 
 
 
 
 
Welcome to our website.  We invite you to peruse our many pages. 

Please take special note of our Ministries Page which provides details

of programs we use for teaching, fellowship and accountability. 

Upcoming events are updated frequently on our Events Page.

 

Visit us often - here and at the church.

Office Hours: 10am to 3pm daily
 
 

October  At A Glance

 

31 – Hallelujah Fest 6pm to pm

November At A Glance

 

Nov 1 – Youth Make-Over Night

14/15 – Women of Purpose BELIEVE Conference – Hershey, PA

16 – Membership Reception Sunday

23 – Nativity Rehearsal – 2pm

23 – Holy Spirit Rally 6pm

27 – Thanks Givng Day

29 – Ladies’ Birthday Breakfast 8:30am

 

The Future At A Glance

Dec. 8 – Meditative Harp Concert 6pm – 8pm

Dec. 14 – Children’s Christmas Program 6pm

December 19, 20, 21 – Live Nativity

 

 

Join us every Sunday at 9:45am for Sunday School.

We have classes for ages two through adult.

All classes have begun

 

"The Externally Focused Life"!

 

L - Love

 

I - Intersections

 

F - Fortune

 

E - Eternity

 

LIFE! - Join us at 9:45AM and say YES to a richer life!

November 2, the adults are watching "How Great is Our God"

with Louie Giglio exporing the vastness of the universe

to the miniscule we can't see.

 

 
 
“And let us consider
how we may spur one
another on toward love
and good deeds. Let
us not give up meeting
together, as some are
in the habit of doing,
but let us encourage
one another—and all
the more as you see
the Day approaching”
(Hebrews 10:24-25).
 

 

Waiting Times

Read Acts 27:1 through 28:31

What happens when a Christian prays and trusts God to change a situation, yet nothing seems to change? Is it okay to stop praying and trusting God?

This was the dilemma Paul faced. After a rough sea voyage, he arrived in Rome, where he would eventually stand before Caesar. But Paul found that the wheels of government turned slowly.

For two whole years Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance! (Acts 28:30–31).

During this time he also wrote letters to churches in Philippi, Ephesus, and Colossae that are now part of the Bible. Paul did not leave a record of what he thought of the delay, but he didn’t question God. He used every moment to further God’s purposes.

If you are experiencing a waiting time, hold steady. Actively pursue godly goals. Read the Bible. Memorize Scripture. Establish a time of prayer. Encourage others.

Challenge for Today: Your waiting time has boundaries. It will end.

Quicklook: Acts 28:23–31


Devotional brought to you by God's Word For Today.
God's Word For Today is available from Gospel Publishing House.

 

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