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Sundays:
8:00am Service
9:30am Sunday School
11:00am Service

311 E Broadway St.
Oviedo, FL 32765

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SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT’S CORNER:
Lesson 1: The Day of the Lord
Lesson focus: The Lord is near, seek righteousness.
Lesson Scripture: Zephaniah 1:4-6. 14-16, 2:3
The leaders of Jerusalem had become used to power. They no longer believed that God would intervene in their lives to reward or punish. This complacent attitude set in motion processes of moral and spiritual decay in their lives.
Christians today live in a culture that encourages us to keep our beliefs to ourselves and not to act or talk as though our faith matters much. We also live in a materially prosperous society that measures security in terms of insurance and retirement accounts, rather than dependence on God's presence and power. Spiritual complacency is a danger for us all.

The leaders of Jerusalem became detached from any sense that the Lord was active in their lives to deal with their sin and bless their uprightness. They lived as though they were accountable to no one but themselves. No one could teach them. No one could correct them. They avoided intimate contact with God.

Come grow with us spiritually!! We have a small group just for you.
Sunday school starts a t 9:45am
~Deacon F. Mobley & Sister R. Mobley~
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SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT’S CORNER:
Lesson 13:Joyous Faith
Lesson Focus: Jesus came to seek and save the lost.
Lesson Scripture: Luke 19:1-10

As the Lord traveled toward Jerusalem, He entered the city of Jericho. A wealthy Jewish tax collector named Zacchaeus had a desire to see Jesus. The problem was that a multitude had gathered to also see Jesus, and Zacchaeus's lack of height did not allow him to see over their heads.

Zacchaeus was quick and creative. Knowing the route that Jesus would take, he solved his dilemma by running ahead of the masses and climbing a tree to satisfy his curiosity.

When Jesus approached the sycamore tree, He took notice of Zacchaeus and told him that he wanted to spend some time in his home.

When the multitude of people witnessed the event, they voiced their displeasure to one another because they knew of Zacchaeus reputation as an oppressive tax collector.

Come grow with us spiritually!! We have a small group just for you.
Sunday school starts a t 9:45am
~Deacon F. Mobley & Sister R. Mobley~
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