Join us for Church at the Park on Sunday, September 16, 2018.
We will gather at 10:00am in the pavilion at Wildwood Community Park. The park is located at 2153 MO-109, Wildwood, MO 63038. If you are travelling west on Manchester, you will turn right immediately after you pass under 109. We will have the little road you turn on marked with Lafayette Church of Christ signs.
Our worship gathering will be followed by an all-church picnic. Fried chicken, lemonade, and water will be provided. You are asked to please bring lawn chairs and a side dish to share, as well as a 2-liter of your favorite drink.
The pavilion we have reserved is adjacent to the parking area and is ADA accessible. The distance to get to the pavilion from the parking area is very short.
While we will begin our worship at 10:00am, you are invited to come early for coffee and conversation before our worship gathering gets started.
Church at the Park will replace our regular Sunday morning activities at the Lafayette church building.
Carpooling is encouraged due to the limited parking spots that are available at the park.
And on Sunday, September 16 at 5:00pm all are invited to Lafayette Sing! We will meet in the fellowship hall for a time of singing old favorite songs from our song books.
Significant Others Until recently, most Americans had little or no everyday contact with adherents of non-Christian religions, whether it be Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, or Buddhism. Though we now find ourselves in a more pluralistic culture, most Christians still don’t know how to meaningfully and respectfully engage their newest non-Christian neighbors, their significant others, at least in part because of understandable ignorance. Our upcoming Sunday morning class for adults, Significant Others, will draw from a video series and book by Monte Cox of Harding University and will seek to fill this knowledge gap so that we are more acquainted with the religious backgrounds of devout non-Christians we are interacting with in St. Louis. Join us for this needed study, led by Kyle Johnson and Dan Roper, starting promptly at 9:00am on September 9.
“Grace to you and peace from God our father and the Lord Jesus Christ” (Philemon 3).
Grace and peace. These two simple, yet dynamic words have been used as a Christian greeting from ancient times. And with grace and peace I greet you on behalf of the Lafayette Church of Christ. Whether you are in St. Louis to see the Cardinals, the Blues, the Zoo, one of the many museums, or you are moving to the St. Louis area, I hope you will consider these pages your invitation to connect with God’s family at Lafayette.
Whether you are searching for God or God’s family, please let us know if there are specific ways we can help. If you are looking for a church away from home with whom you can visit one Sunday, we invite you to come to one of our gatherings. If you are searching for a church home where you can settle down and experience genuine community, we invite you to join us on the journey of discipleship.
For more information about gathering times, click here.
May God’s grace and peace be yours in abundance!
Lafayette Church of Christ
115 New Ballwin Road
Ballwin, MO 63017
Join us for dinner before heading to the church campus for The Middle (Wednesdays at Lafayette). Dinner at 5:45pm at Raising Cane’s in Ellisville. Classes begin at 7:00pm.
Following the meal, Kyle Johnson will lead a devotional for all ages. We will not have our regular schedule of classes.
The evening begins with an opportunity to enjoy chicken fingers with the ministers and others in your church family at 5:45pm at Raising Cane’s in Ellisville. We will leave Cane’s in time to arrive at the church campus in time for our Bible classes.
Hope yo see you tonight!
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The Lafayette Church of Christ will meet at 9:00am on Sunday, May 27 for Table and Word. Stephen Kernan will be leading our time at Table with a trinity themed presentation. Bob Clark will be preaching a message from John 3:1-17. We will be exploring and celebrating God’s trinitarian nature together. One God in three persons.
Tonight in The Middle at Lafayette the teens will meet in the EPICenter, elementary school students will meet in their classrooms, and adults will meet in the fellowship hall.
Tonight the adults will continue their focus on The Cross of Christ with a look at My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?, the fourth of the seven sayings of Jesus on the cross. Tonight’s conversation will tie in with the previous teaching on atonement theories, so come prepared to listen and think (and talk if you wish).
The Middle begins at 7:00pm.