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A Welcome Message from Pastor Gerry Miller
A special welcome to any who wish to worship with us. May God bless all of us as we hear God’s word—read, proclaimed, and offered in Holy Communion!
May we offer our own praise and thanksgiving to God with honest and joyful hearts, through Jesus Christ our Savior and Lord!
"We are not human beings going through a temporary Spiritual experience.
We are Spiritual beings going through a temporary human experience."
(Quote from Lenten Service Homily, 12 Mar 2014)
The Purpose of Worship
One of the greatest losses we can ever have comes with feeling that we have lost our future. Any number of changes and challenges in life can bring us to this feeling. Only One can restore our futures. In such times, we need to cling always more closely to our Savior Jesus. For in His grace, He continues to make all things new. Jesus alone can restore our futures.
AELC 2014 Congregational Picnic
Our Monthly Serving B-Fast at the Lighthouse Shelter
A Group of Volunteers from AELC Work to Rebuild Two Homes Destroyed by a Hurricane on the Eastern Shore
Vacation Bible School 2014
Bowie Baysox Game (with birthday boy -- guess which?!)
The Flutes Played for Us.
Annapolis Area Christian Sch.
716 Bestgate Road
9:00 AM Service
10:30 AM Fellowship
10:30 Sunday School
10:30 Adult Education
1203 West Street, Suite B
Join us Wednesday's @ 6:30 p Suite B. for a mid-week service of prayer, meditation and song.
Fall and Winter Bible Study
"God’s Reluctant Leaders – Jonah, Gideon and Moses”
This nine-session Bible Study, taught on Sunday mornings after service, focuses on the stories of three biblical characters: Jonah, Gideon, and Moses. Sessions explore how God works to create faith within those whom He calls to serve His mission. – Sola Publishing
This seven –session Bible Study, taught on Tuesday nights by Pastor Miller at the church office, is a study of hope amid suffering.
We are created to worship. He designed us that way. The question is, who or what are we worshiping?
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