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Anglican FAQ #17: What is the Gloria Patri?

The Gloria Patri is a short, punchy acclamation that acts like training wheels for our lips and lives, teaching us to praise the good and holy Triune God.

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/JdLKp67ngmQ

More FAQ videos are available at: https://ncchagerstown.org/faq-video-series/

Upcoming Sunday School- Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is a place for seekers and new believers from all around the world to investigate the question, "Who is Jesus of Nazareth?" through studying the Gospel of Mark. This is a 5 week course that systematically studies the life of Jesus and encourages questions and discussion. Join us and learn more about the truth that continues to change lives! The class will run from July 5 to August 2 and we hope to see you there! This class is for both New Creation Members and those outside of the New Creation family! Anyone can sign-up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040548A4A92AA4FB6-christianity

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Four Marks: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic

Dear friends – in this time, we need to deeply reaffirm our belief in the Church Universal, examining how this affects our ties to the church local. Join us this Sunday as we begin a four-part series on “Four Marks” as found in the Nicene Creed and Holy Scripture.

Healing Prayer Available Here

Our Healing Prayer Group can be found on Facebook at the following link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1118438111846610/?source_id=129889843829690

We invite you to into this group for healing prayer (emotional, physical, spiritual, mental). Please feel free to post your prayer request (or send it via Private Message), and a prayer minister will reach out to you to set up a time to pray with you. You may also request to speak to the Pastor.

Pastoral Support Available Here

We are here for you in this unprecedented time. Please contact us for pastoral support and prayer. We would love to talk to you about the common hope we have in Christ Jesus. You can reach the pastor at revjustin [at] ncchagerstown.org, or you can Private Message us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/newcreationanglican/).

Renew Group: The Too Busy Church

For the months of May-October, Renew Groups are back on! We’ll be studying To Be Silent: The Too Busy Church, available at Amazon or Anglican Publishing at the links below.

This may seem like an odd topic for such a time as this. Many of us may feel as if we’ve got too MUCH silence! Nonetheless, what do we do with it? How does the Lord want to meet us in that silence? How does he want to continue to shape us as a congregation through silence? This study also connects with our Rule of Life Sunday School.

Hagerstown Renew Groups will meet on the following days: second Tuesday of the month for women and the third Wednesday of the month for men. 6:30 pm. Men’s study will be led by Justin Clemente. Women’s study will be led by Brooke Clemente.

Contact us at revjustin[at]ncchagerstown.org for further details.

Bless Every Home – An Easter Initiative

This Easter Season, we’re going to be using Bless Every Home, a tool which helps us to know and pray for the neighbors around us. Please sign-up today @ blesseveryhome.com

From the site description:

Blesseveryhome.com gives you the tools to become a Light for Christ in your neighborhood. Join an ever-growing community of Christ followers who are devoted to being a Light in their neighborhoods through praying for, caring for, sharing the gospel with, and discipling their neighbors.

Our mission is to equip Bible believing churches and Great Commission ministries throughout America as missionary sending organizations, where every constituent home is a mission outpost for Jesus Christ. Our vision is that by the end of 2020, every home in America will be adopted by neighboring Christians who are committed to ministering to them through long-term, pray-care-share lifestyles.