Chapel Weekly Email - March 9, 2021
by Williamsburg Community Chapel on March 09, 2021
Fix Your Eyes on Jesus the Forgiver: "This man receives sinners”: (Luke 15:1-10)
Hunter Ruch reminded us of a great bible study principle: as we read a Bible passage ask the question, "What can we learn about God and ourselves?" Through the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin parables of Luke 15 we learn that God seeks sinners, God saves sinners, and God celebrates when sinners repent. In addition, Hunter taught us that we need to recognize our own need for repentance and as we recognize this need we should allow ourselves to be turned to Jesus.
To hear and see more from our Sunday worship services visit wcchapel.org/worship or watch our condensed worship service below:
This Sunday is Daylight Saving Time!
Be sure to set your clocks forward one hour!
During this unique season, we want to better know the Chapel family in order to better serve the Chapel family. While we are grateful for the opportunities we have to meet folks wherever they are by worshiping together outside, inside, and online, we are also experiencing the practical challenge of knowing our entire Chapel family as well as we can. For this reason, if you consider the Williamsburg Community Chapel your church home at any level then we invite you to respond to our Chapel Family Questionnaire. Click the button to respond to the questionnaire. Also, watch the video below of Hunter Ruch as he interviewed the first family to respond to our questionnaire: Rex and Laurie Kincaid.
Wednesday, March 17 from 2-7pm, Student Ministry Worship Room
With safety procedures in place, the Chapel will be hosting a blood drive to help our community. Click the button below and select Williamsburg Community Chapel. Then you can choose which time slot you'd like to donate in. All successful donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies! Thank you for serving others through being a blood donor!
Tuesday, March 30 from 7-7:30pm
Being a teenager can be hard. Being a teenager during a global pandemic significantly amplifies those challenges. Fortunately, Young Life in Williamsburg is uniquely positioned to help kids where they are hurting the most. Join us for our first-ever virtual event, and hear more about what Young Life leaders and staff are currently doing to impact kids with faith, leadership and love, both during and coming out of one of the most difficult years for teenagers in history. Hear about our heart for our teenage friends, how we plan on continuing to impact them, and how you can help Young Life change teenagers lives for years to come.
Order online by clicking the button below or in-person at the spotlight table on Sunday, March 14 and 21. The cost is $15 per lily. The deadline to order is Sunday, March 28. You can pick-up the lily that you ordered after the final Easter service on Sunday, April 4.