WEEKLY UPDATE / FEB 1

NEWS & NOTES

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Parents, be sure to drop your kids off at the first Youth Cohort event of the year tonight! The event will go 7-9pm and will include games, food, and so much fun! We hope to see your kids there.

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If you are interested in donating meals to families with a newborn, here are the latest meal train links to participate!

Dan & Alice

Jeremy & Erin

Eddie & Danielle


This free app has all The Painted Door community groups, upcoming classes and events, and even a way to donate to the church. This is a great way to get more connected and keep up to date on our church.

This free app has all The Painted Door community groups, upcoming classes and events, and even a way to donate to the church. This is a great way to get more connected and keep up to date on our church.

For those planning to participate in Financial Peace University next month, we’re postponing the class. We still hope to offer it sometime in the spring, so be on the lookout for that.

For those planning to participate in Financial Peace University next month, we’re postponing the class. We still hope to offer it sometime in the spring, so be on the lookout for that.

On Saturday, Feb. 16, we will be holding our Incarnation Class from 9am to 2:30pm. This class is for anyone wanting to learn more about The Painted Door. And it is a first step toward membership at the church. Breakfast and lunch are provided.

On Saturday, Feb. 16, we will be holding our Incarnation Class from 9am to 2:30pm. This class is for anyone wanting to learn more about The Painted Door. And it is a first step toward membership at the church. Breakfast and lunch are provided.


THIS COMING SUNDAY

THE JUDGE WHO SAVES
James 4:11-12
Pastor Mark Bergin

God gave us his law, because we were lost in our own visions of right and wrong. He gave it to show us true righteousness, his righteousness. But rather than obey his law, we have wielded it as a weapon against each other. We have used it to condemn our neighbor. What a dead end this is! When the law is wielded to condemn, it condemns us all. This is why James tells us that there is only one judge capable of handling the law and that is the lawgiver himself. He alone uses the law not to condemn but to reveal. In the hands of God, the law shows us our brokenness and points us toward a new way of life. In the hands of God, the law is not a weapon but a scalpel. For he is the judge who saves.





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