This morning Jonathan looked into Romans 5:6-11 with a sermon titled “At the Right Time”. We are saved through being rescued, justified, and reconciled. Amen.
This last Friday evening many gathered at Elgin Covenant
Church for a beautiful Christmas Eve service lit by candles. We
were reminded that the Christ child did cry, contrary to popular
hymn. And this is a wonderful thing to know as it points to a
savior who was both fully Devine and fully Human. As you enjoy
family and friends this holiday season, be reminded of who we
celebrate this time for. He came because God the father cared so
much for us. Peace and Joy.
This Thursday morning please join us at the church for a Celebration of the Resurrection and to honor the passing of Ilse Lannin. At 10:00 there will be a time of visitation. The service will start at 11:00. Lunch will be served immediately following the service. Please bring what you like to bring to pot-lucks.
This morning we have a lovely arrangement of poinsettias up front in preparation for worship. This Sunday, December 19th is the fourth Sunday in advent. Our worship is centered around the themes pulled from Hebrews 2:10-18.
God is able to help. Let us put our trust in Him this morning and this week.
This Friday we planned on 8 or so youth… But, as you can
see, we ended up having quite a large party! We celebrated the
Christmas break with a large game of hide-n-seek as well as a few
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A wonderful group of singers will be descending upon Elgin Covenant Church this Sunday evening (19th) from 6-7:15 (fellowship afterwards). You will not want to miss the Faith Singers. Here they are rehearsing early Thursday morning.