Each week we webcast Lord's Day Sabbath School at 10a, morning public worship at 11a, and p.m. singing and sermon at 2:30p (sermon at 3:30)

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

2020.04.28 Hopewell Harbinger

Hopewell This Week, April 27–May 2, 2020

▫Attached is a pdf of Lord’s Day’s Worship Booklet, complete with Hopewell @Home devotionals for this week, in addition to 8.5x11's of the memory verse and catechism questions that can be used as posters to help with memory work.

▫The link is now active for audio and pdf outline of the Lord’s Day morning sermon (Genesis 25:1–18 Kingdom Blessings, Now and Forever)

Every day at 9a.m. Joint prayer with the rest of the ARP Synod for repentance and revival in light of the current chastening providence of God.

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, April 29, at 6:30p.m. The prayer meeting folder is available at http://bit.ly/harpc200429pm

Changes for Lord’s Day, May 3:
▫There WILL be study class at 10a (no breakfast provided).
At morning worship, there are three, increasingly spaced, seating options. The balcony of the Chapel tends to be more spaced out seating than people end up having in the pews below. And, there is plenty of room for spacing in the Fellowship Hall, where there is high quality video and audio simulcast from next door.
▫After morning worship, there will be picnic lunch, with each family bringing its own food and tables spaced out. Weather permitting, eating outside on the grounds is preferable.

Children’s Catechism for May 3
Q27. Did Adam keep the covenant of works? A. No; he sinned against God.

Shorter Catechism for May 3
Q35. What is sanctification? A. Sanctification is the work of God's free grace, whereby we are renewed in the whole man after the image of God, and are enabled more and more to die unto sin, and live unto righteousness.

Songs for May 3 morning service: 
TPH354 “Not All the Blood of Beasts”   
ARP78B “O Come, My People, to My Law” 
TPH65C “Praise Waits of Thee in Zion”

A.M. Sermon Text for May 3: Genesis 25:19–26


▫Memory Verse for May 3
(Genesis 25:21) Now Isaac pleaded with the LORD for his wife, because she was barren; and the LORD granted his plea, and Rebekah his wife conceived.

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