Welcome to our service this Pentecost Sunday! If you are a guest with us, take a minute and let us know you joined us by filling out our connect form. Please let us know if there is any way we can pray for you. Don’t forget to grab a mug after service today on your way out!
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Here is an update for the week plus things coming soon at Klondike!
This Sunday at Klondike
Grow Group Bible Studies, 9 am. Join us as we study the book of Ephesians or the Nicene Creed! Lovepensacola.org/growgroups
Morning Worship, 10 am – Join us as we celebrate the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, this Pentecost Sunday! “As a body without breath is a corpse, so the church without the Spirit is dead.” -John R.W. Stott
Don’t forget to grab a devotional for the month of June when you leave service!
Following the Service there will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in going on our Guatemala mission trip this Summer in Reformation Hall!
Wednesday Night At Klondike
Youth Group (6th-12th Grade), 5:45 – 6:30 pm. Parents are welcome!
Family Bible Study, 6:30 pm – Bring a dessert and join us in Reformation Hall as we sing, pray, and continue our study in the book of Revelation, chapter 18! Lovepensacola.org/Wednesday
Thursday Night At Klondike
The Most Excellent Way – Addiction Recovery Ministry, 7 pm. All are welcome!
Miss the Messages last week? Get Caught up!
The Ascension of Christ: Worship The King (Luke 24:50-53) – Watch on YouTube here.
Revelation Class 30 ll 17:8-18– Watch on YouTube here.
Mark Your Calendars: Food Distribution Outreach – Saturday Morning, June 10th. Klondike will have the opportunity to bless 50 families with food!
Waterfront Mission Outreach: Friday, June 16, 4:30 pm. 380 W. Herman Avenue.
Student Self Defense Camp: July 10-14th: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 9-12:00pm; Tuesday & Thursday: 10-3:00pm with lunch and movie following.
Grow Group Each Sunday at 9 am:
Grow Groups are a way to connect with the church body to study Scripture, pray, and minister together!
We are beginning a new study in the book of Ephesians! We will also have an elective class on the Nicene Creed in the Sanctuary. If you want to get involved in the Nicene Creed class, let Pastor know this Sunday by signing up or emailing him at email@example.com. Get plugged in and grow!
Why Study Ephesians? A Christian should study Ephesians because it provides insight into the nature of the church and its relationship to Christ as the head. The letter emphasizes the importance of living a holy life and offers practical guidance for Christian living, making it a valuable resource for spiritual growth and maturity.
Why Study The Nicene Creed? The Nicene Creed is a central statement of Christian belief that outlines key doctrines such as the nature of God and the divinity of Jesus Christ, providing a foundational understanding of the faith. Familiarity with the Nicene Creed can aid in theological discussions and promote unity within the Christian community by emphasizing shared beliefs and is a guide for understanding the Bible!
Leaders: Chuck Russel (meets in the Education Building, Room “Coram Deo”).
Tommy Kirksey & Russell Nichols (meets in the Education Building, Room “Mount Zion”)
Rev. Frank Butler & Joshua Reesman (meets in Education Building)
Pastor Wallnofer & Frank Moore (Nicene Creed – Meets in the sanctuary)
K4 – 1st Grade (meets in the Education Building, Room “Genesis”)
2nd-4th Grade (Meets in the Education Building)
5th – 7th Grade (meets in the Education Building)
Youth: 8th – 12th (meets in the Student Building)
Memory Verse for May
Revelation 19:11-13: “Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse, and He who sits on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and wages war. His eyes are a flame of fire, and on His head are many diadems; having a name written on Him which no one knows except Himself, and being clothed with a garment dipped in blood, His name is also called The Word of God.” (NKJV)