Many of us Christians think that much of what Jesus did on earth was because He was God. When we think this, we neglect Scripture where it tells us that Jesus, though always God, deliberately chose to limit His divine attributes and power. He did this in order not only to show us who God is but also to demonstrate for us what the normal Christian life should look like.
Jesus used spiritual disciplines to walk with the Father, and develop and learn as we do: “Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man” (Luke 2:52).
Jesus also used spiritual gifts (not His inherent power) to actually carry out His ministry while on earth. And He used the promptings He received from the Father and the Spirit to lead His disciples into moments of revival.
6:30 PM on Sundays
St. Paul’s Chapel
led by Rich Hendrickson
The Faithful: Heroes of the Old Testament
The Faithful: Borrowing from best-selling studies by Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, Lisa Harper, Kelly Minter, and Jennifer Rothschild, this 5-week study explores critical moments in the lives of five Old Testament figures-Esther, Gideon, Malachi, Nehemiah, and Hosea. Through their stories, discover how God uses the lives of ordinary people for His glory and the good of His people.
Two Monday sessions:
in St. Paul’s Chapel
led by Mary Winkler
in the Camp Meeting Association’s Community Room
(next door to Pathway Market)
led by Judy Soltis
Finding a workout you feel good about can be challenging. We know that you want to be inspired to make positive changes and in order to do that, you need an encouraging community and an empowering workout. REFIT® believes that fitness should change more than your body, which is why we've created a powerful, positive workout that changes you from the inside out.
6:00 PM on Mondays
9 AM on Saturdays
in Fellowship Hall
led by Stephanie Washeleski
Simon Peter is, after Jesus, the single most important figure in the gospels. He’s mentioned more than all the other disciples combined. By his words and actions, he sheds light on Jesus and represents each of us. The gospels show both Peter’s cowardice and his courage but Jesus saw in him what others did not: a rock on which to build his church. Take a six-week journey into the life, faith, and character of Simon Peter.
To register for this study please contact the church office at 732-775-1125 or email@example.com
6:30 PM on Tuesdays
St. Paul’s Sanctuary
led by Judith Hoffman
(Begins Tuesday October 29)
Great writers of the faith have inspired believers for centuries. We will focus our attention on C.S. Lewis and his work, Mere Christianity, as we explore the powerful way God worked in and through the life of this devout man of God.
8:30 AM on Wednesdays
led by Brian Schulte
The Revelation of Jesus Christ to John: Human beings have been the pens that God has used to foretell His story of redemption through the blood of His Son. And the Holy Spirit is the ink! Jesus has promised to come back for his people/followers. Together we will investigate the future promises of end times warnings
7:00 PM on Wednesdays
in the St. Paul’s Chapel
led by Bob DeRocco
Life Recovery is for anyone who is in recovery from any addiction or anyone who has family members struggling with substance abuse or addictions of any kind. It is based on the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and firmly rooted in scripture.
7:30 PM on Wednesdays
led by Virginia Untisz
To promote mental health recovery, personal growth, and prevention within our weekly mutual help support groups and throughout our supporting community.
6:45 PM on Thursdays
St. Paul's Music Room
facilitator: Margo Smith
Men's Ministry is the active pursuit of men in order to connect them to God, His Word, and other men for the purpose of winning, growing, and training God's man in Christ. We know one thing for sure -- God will use the heart and life of anyone who chooses to make himself available to Him.
7 PM on Thursdays
Most scholars believe that John’s gospel was the last of the four gospels written. John also wrote three letters that are part of the Biblical canon (1, 2 & 3 John) and Revelation. His style of writing is very poetic and cerebral compared to the other gospel writers. Of the four writers of the gospels, Mathew and John were eye witnesses of Jesus’ life. Mark and Luke were not. Come and dig deep into this important account of the life of Christ.
7:45 PM on Thursdays
142 Main Ave. Ocean Grove
led by Lee Wanaselja
Enjoy 10 days in Germany and Austria in 2020 along with St. Paul's UMC and Judith Hoffman. You'll explore Innsbruck, see the Oberammergau Passion Play, and tour famous sites of the Reformation including Wittenberg, Warburg Castle, and Worms.