Early March Highlights at Leavenworth Church of Christ

March has begun with great opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship at Leavenworth Church of Christ.  The youth group is working hard to prepare for LTC, which will take place in Kansas City at the end of the month.  Small group Bible studies are taking place at the building on Monday afternoon and evening.  A crafts group is learning crocheting and other skills while having fellowship and discussing how to serve others on Thursday evenings.  An exercise group meets on Monday and Thursday evenings.  These supplement the worship assemblies on Sunday and Bible classes on Sunday morning and Wednesday night.  On Sundays, Michael Summers is in the midst of a short sermon series on Foundational Concepts for Discipleship from Luke chapter 6 on Sunday morning at 10:30 and is teaching “Loving the Law of the Lord,” intensive study of Psalm 119, the longest chapter in the Bible, on Sunday nights at 6 p.m.  Click on the links below to learn more about our recent March Singing Night and our weekly Men’s Bible Study.

 

March Singing Night

 

Monday Night Men’s Bible Study

 

Fish, Fun, and Fellowship

Leavenworth Church of Christ members enjoyed an uplifting afternoon of fish, fellowship, singing, and laughter at an elder’s house this past weekend. One of the three anglers from the congregation who had captured the fish deep-fried them, along with jalapeno-infused hushpuppies for the more adventurous. The event is just one of several recently that have testified to ever-growing sense of community in the congregation. Several generations are working together to restore a youth group fire pit and devotional area behind the building. Groups from the church have traveled to other congregations for area-wide singings. Members manned a table at a Fort Leavenworth event that introduced newly arrived soldiers to local attractions and distributed hundreds of the congregation’s “Building Hope With Friends and Family” brochures. The congregation’s monthly Food Pantry supplied food for ninety-seven local families in one day. For more information about these and future events, check out the link to our Facebook page on the Menu. You may also want to watch a recent sermon or Communion meditation on the “Video Sermons” link. The best way to get to know us, of course, is to visit one of our worship services or Bible classes. We hope to see you soon.fishfry16