ATLANTIC  HIGHLANDS —The Rev. Paul F. Rack will continue his series of sermons looking at Saint Paul’s letter to the Galatians during the 11 a.m. Sunday service at the First Presbyterian Church.

       The pastor’s sermon, entitled “Another Gospel,”  is drawn from the Book of Galatians 1:6-12 and asks the questions “How many gospels are there?  How many can be true?  What makes one version truer than another? How do we know when we are hearing a false gospel?”

        According to Rack, “The Apostle Paul strenuously argues in favor of an understanding of the gospel that is not compromised or watered down for the sake of popularity, conventionality, or even legality.”

        The pastor will also administer Holy Communion during the service while David Nunez will provide the music.

       Services at the 124-year-old church at Third and E. Highland Avenues are being held in the church’s Fellowship Hall in the rear of the sanctuary through September as part of the seasonal casual program which includes bagels and coffee for attendees.


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       Sunday School, which is open to all area children, resumes Sunday.

       Child care and activities for all children are provided during all services held at the church. 

       The pastor’s regular Bible Study, now called “Bible by the Bay,” is still open to all area residents and will resume at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at a location to be announced.

 


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