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Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church

  
 
Sunday Worship Services
Time Service Content
9:45AM Sunday School (all ages) Adult class studying How The Resurrection of Christ Changes Everything
11:00AM Morning Worship Service AM Order of Worship
1:30PM Afternoon Worship Service PM Order of Worship

No Evening Service 06/04/23

On Sunday June 04, 2023 our regular Lord's Day schedule will be altered in the following way:

  • Catechism for all ages in the Fellowship Hall: 9:30 AM
  • Sunday School Classes: 9:45 AM
  • Morning Worship Service: 11:00 AM
  • Fellowship meal (immediately following morning worship)
  • Afternoon Worship Service: Approximately 1:30 PM

There will be no evening worship service on 6/04/23

Shorter Catechism


 

Study question for May 28, 2023
Q. 76
Which is the ninth commandment?
A. 76
The ninth commandment is, Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.

 

Study question for June 04, 2023
Q. 77
What is required in the ninth commandment?
A. 77
The ninth commandment requireth the maintaining and promoting of truth between man and man, and of our own and our neighbor's good name, especially in witness-bearing.

 


The Westminster Shorter Catechism can be found on the OPC website.

 

READING THROUGH THE BIBLE

Week 22 May 28 - June 03
Sunday The Epistles Galations 1 - 3
Monday The Law Exodus 33 - 36
Tuesday History 1 Kings 1 - 4
Wednesday Psalms Psalms 63 - 65
Thursday Poetry Proverbs 1
Friday The Prophets Jeremiah 47 - 52
Saturday Gospels & Acts Luke 7, 8

Adult Sunday School

Alive - How the Resurrection of Christ Changes Everything

 

Beginning Sunday June 04, 2023, the adult Sunday School class will begin viewing the video series Alive by Dr. Gabriel N.E. Fluhrer.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ lies at the heart of the Christian faith. This is why the Apostle Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 15 that if Christ was not raised from the dead, we are a people most to be pitied. Yet we live in a time when the claims of the resurrection are often considered impossible, irrational, and ignorant. Is our faith in vain? Can the Christian have certainty that Christ is risen from the dead? In this teaching series, Dr. Gabriel N.E. Fluhrer examines the many challenges to the resurrection and sets before us sound reasons to be confident, courageous, and filled with an everlasting hope in Christís resurrection from the dead.

There will be a discussion following each video lesson.

Morning Sermon Series

Hebrews

 

Beginning Lord's Day May 1, 2022 Pastor Martin will preach a series of sermons on the book of Hebrews.

Evening Sermon Series

First and Second Thessalonians

 

Beginning Lord's Day evening April 23, 2023, Pastor Martin will begin a series of sermons on Paul's letters to the Thessalonians.